Recently, St. Stanislaus College Alumnus Glinton Hanover was awarded the Graham Hartley Prize in chemistry by the Chemical Institute of Canada for outstanding performance in chemistry in his first year at Trent University. This award, presented by the Chemical Institute of Canada (Peterborough Section) in honour of Graham Harry Hartley, PH.D., M.C.I.C., is given to first and second year students who have shown excellence in the field of general chemistry.
Apart from also being placed on the Deans Honor Roll for his college. he has also been awarded the Chris Micheal Prize in Economics. This prize is awarded annually to the student with the highest academic standing in first year microeconomics.