The G.J. Jackson Fellowship is awarded annually in memory of the late Geoffrey Jackson. Mr. Jackson was for many years a leader in the Canadian structural steel fabrication industry and was a founding member of the Steel Structures Education Foundation (SSEF). This prestigious award is currently valued at $20,000 over a one year period and is presented annually to an engineering student who, in the following academic year, will be registered in the first to fourth year of full-time graduate studies in structural engineering, with major emphasis on the study of steel structures. The award, presented at the CISC Annual Convention, is commemorated with the G.J. Jackson Memorial Certificate.

2017 Jackson Fellowship Recipient

Frédéric Brunet
Frédéric Brunet École Polytechnique Montréal
Frédéric Brunet is a M.Sc. candidate at École Polytechnique Montréal and is working under the supervision of Professor Robert Tremblay, ing., Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Earthquake Engineering.
Jackson Recipients, Posters and Rules by Year
List of Recipients from 1988 to date (PDF)