This 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. Contributions might include outstanding effort, organization, and results as an Advancement "champion," playing a strong leadership role in integrating the role of Advancement within a faculty, school, department, unit, or volunteer organization, becoming involved in Advancement work in addition to their duties, or assisting Advancement in a superlative way.
All members of the Queen’s community are eligible, including faculty, and staff, with the exception of individuals who are part of the Office of Advancement.
Know someone who deserves to be nominated? Please contact Peggy Shanks, to request a nomination form.
|Year Awarded||Award Recipient||Department/Faculty|
|2022||Patrick Legresley||Executive Director of Finance, Smith School of Business|
|2020||Lana Unsworth||Athletics & Recreation|
|2017||Dr. Jean Hutchinson||Geological Sciences & Geological Engineering|
|2016||Ellie Sadinsky||Office of the Vice-Provost & Dean of Student Affairs|
|2015||Teresa Alm||University Registrar, Student Awards|
|2014||Leslie Dal Cin||Athletics & Recreation|
|2013||Dr. Robert Reid||Obstetrics & Gynaecology & Head of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology|
|2011||Dr. Peter Taylor||Mathematics & Statistics, Biology, and Faculty of Education|
|2010||Dr. Alistair MacLean||Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Science and Department of Psychology|
|2007||Dr. John P. Smol||Department of Biology, Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change|
|2006||Dr. James G. MacKinnon||Department of Economics, Sir Edward Peacock Professor of Econometrics|
|2005||Dr. Tom Harris||Dean of Applied Science|
|2004||Dr. Raleigh J. Robertson||Biology|
|2003||Dr. H. E. A. (Eddy) Campbell||Mathematics & Statistics|