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Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Awards 2022

Virtual event


Join us to welcome the newest inductees to the Tricolour Society.

The Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award is the highest tribute that can be paid to a student for their valuable and distinguished service to the University. 

We look forward to seeing you at this virtual celebration to honour the amazing accomplishments of these individuals.

Presented in partnership with:

The Office of the Rector
Alma Mater Society
Society of Graduate and Professional Students

2022 Inductees


Ishita Aggarwal, Meds'23

Ishita Aggarwal is a third-year medical student working to further Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigeneity priorities in education, health care, and social services. She served as the first-ever Director of Sexual Health of BIPOC Women’s Health Network, an organization improving the health experiences of BIPOC women across Canada. Ishita also founded Mom’s the Word, a non-profit working to eliminate health illiteracy, maternal poverty, and infant morbidity.

Morgan Lehtinen, Artsci’16, PhD'22

Morgan Lehtinen is a PhD candidate in chemistry and is a passionate cleantech entrepreneur. Selected by NEXT Canada as one of the country’s most talented young entrepreneurs, Morgan founded Micellotech, which combats global water scarcity. Elected as president of the Queen’s Graduate Chemistry Society (QGCS), Morgan was a founding committee member of QC-IDEAS (Queen’s Chemistry – Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity and Awareness Society).

Max Moloney, Artsci’20, MSc'22

Max Moloney is a Loran Scholar and recipient of the Chancellor’s Scholarship. Max’s community commitments include working to end food insecurity on campus. Drawing on his experience as a volunteer with Good Times Diner Soup Kitchen and as manager of the Alma Mater Society (AMS) Food Bank, Max penned a COVID-19 reopening proposal for the AMS Food Bank, which was used as a guide for opening other services on campus. A member of the Queen’s Varsity Football Team, Max was named a U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian, and serves as a reservist and second lieutenant in The Princess of Wales’ Own Regiment.

Alyth Roos, Artsci'22

Alyth Roos is a compassionate leader who has served in a variety of roles as part of the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS), most recently as president, where she spearheaded efforts to implement the ASUS130 vision. Fluent in English, French, and Spanish, Alyth dedicated her time as ASUS president to making Queen’s a more inclusive, accessible, and safe campus through a variety of initiatives while also navigating the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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