Alistair MacLean receives T. Geoffrey Flynn Award
Alistair MacLean, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and professor of psychology, has been presented with the T. Geoffrey Flynn Advancement Champion Award.
"Dean MacLean has shown a great willingness and natural ability to engage alumni and donors," said Principal Daniel Woolf. "He has logged many miles on the road and greeted prospective students and their parents at gatherings where they are in the process of deciding whether or not to come to Queen's."
The award, established in May 2003, honours T. Geoffrey Flynn, Professor Emeritus and friend of Advancement. Through his work in strengthening the essential link between academic priorities and those who seek to support them through philanthropy, he has been a champion of advancement work at Queen's.
The T. Geoffrey Flynn Advancement Champion Award is presented annually to a member of the Queen's community who has made a significant contribution to linking Queen's University's advancement activities with research and teaching excellence at Queen's.