Tammy Chen 1984 – 2017

The CCSF was deeply saddened to learn that Tammy Chen, a 2015-2016 scholar, was the victim of a terrorist attack in Burkina Faso in August 2017. Tammy was an outstanding person who cared deeply about her chosen pursuit of developing solutions for poverty reduction and...

Maple Leaf Ball raises funds for the CCSF

The Maple Leaf Ball took place on May 18th 2017 and was a huge success! Organised by a special Ball Committee of the Maple Leaf Trust, it raised funds for both the Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund (marking the CCSF’s 50th anniversary) and for the...

Duncan McNicholl’s Volunteer Voices

Duncan McNicholl, PhD candidate at Cambridge, was awarded a CCSF scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year. We are pleased to pass on the exciting news that Volunteer Voices, edited by Duncan, has recently been released. Duncan is studying for a PhD in the...

London Performances by Past CCSF Scholars

Pianist Charis Hanning (nee Cheung), a 2010 recipient of the CCSF’s Belle Shenkman Award for the Study of Arts, will be performing at London’s National Portrait Gallery at 6.30pm on Friday, 25 November. This free concert celebrates Trafalgar Square, with...

Profile of Tammy Chen, CCSF Scholar

Tammy Chen 2015-2016 CCSF Scholar PhD Development Studies, University of Cambridge The CCSF was devastated to learn that Tammy Chen was one of two Canadians killed in a terrorist attack in Burkino Faso in August 2017. This profile, written in 2016, highlights her...