Queen's University

For the Record: December 1, 2011

Tue, 11/29/2011


Nominate a Queen’s hero

Nominations are now being accepted for Queen’s Distinguished Service Awards, the highest honour for exemplary service to the university.

Queen’s alumni and members of University Council, which includes members of Senate and Board of Trustees, can directly nominate candidates. Other university community members can suggest nominees to a University Council representative. Membership lists are posted on the University Secretariat website under the Senate, Board and University Council categories.

The deadline for nominations is February 3, 2012. Complete guidelines and nomination forms are online.

The University Council Executive Committee reviews the nominations and selects recipients in February. The honourees will receive the award at the annual meeting and dinner of the University Council in May.



Nominations are requested for the following position:

One staff member to Senate for a three-year term, 2012 until 2015

The nomination form and information about the process are available online at or by contacting the University Secretariat at (613) 533-6095.

Nominations must be received at the University Secretariat, 153 Richardson Hall by 4 pm on Friday, December 9.

Human Resources

Milestones – November 2011

If you have a milestone of five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 years or more of continuous service coming up and you do NOT wish your name to be included in the listing, please contact Faye Baudoux at ext. 77791.

Congratulations to those who achieved the following milestones in November.

Thirty-five years: Bryne K Smallridge, Custodial Services.

Thirty years: Terry J Stover, Office of the University Registrar.

Twenty-years: Laird V Monahan, Central Heating Plant; Margaret Wilson, PPS; Steven J Young, Printing Services.

Fifteen years: Tina Burke, Vice-Principal (Research); Patricia Forrest, ITS; Ruth L Santamaria, Human Rights; Stephanie C Simpson, Human Rights.

Ten years: Laura Bark, Animal Care Service; Arig Girgrah, Associate Vice-Principal and Dean of Student Affairs; Sarah Indewey, Alumni Relations & Annual Giving; Liu Gang, HPCVL; Angela C Mahoney, School of Business; Yolanda Thompson, Faculty of Education.

Five years: Brenda Bass, Oncology; Catherine Brewster, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences; Amanda Carquez, Hematology; Valerie A Doiron, School of Medicine; Edward Fingland, ITS; Nancy Hicks, School of Graduate Studies; Peter J MacNeil, School of Medicine; Janet Overvelde, Medicine; Daniel Potter, Central Heating Plant; Deborah Roy, Financial Services; Christina Sager, School of Business; Christine Tong, Oncology.


Pension plan AGM to be held in December

The annual meeting of the Queen's Pension Plan will be held at 1:30 pm on Friday, December 2 in Room 101 Kingston Hall. All plan members are invited to attend.


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