Awards Gala

Greg McKellar

Students Gave Me Great Hope for the Future Says Alumni Mentorship Award Recipient

For 27 years, Alma Mater Society information officer Greg McKellar, Artsci’78, MA’84, went above and beyond his job by mentoring generations of AMS student executives.

Monica Dingle

Commerce Grad is the ‘Heart and Soul of the Queen’s Community in Montreal’

“She is the heart and soul of the Queen’s community in Montreal” is used a lot when talking about Monica Dingle, Com’02.

Kathy Owen

Love of Learning Inspires Toronto Branch Volunteer Award Recipient

Kathy Owen, Arts'67, is receiving the Herbert J. Hamilton Volunteer Service Award at the QUAA Gala Awards Dinner on April 8.

Gord Nixon, Michelle Gibson, Mike Young

Alumni Association Award Recipients Announced

The Chair of the Queen’s Initiative Campaign, a former student rector, and a doctor with a passion for teaching will each be honoured at the Queen’s University Alumni Association Awards Gala on April 8, 2017.

[Michelle Gibson]

The Doctor With A Passion For Teaching

Michelle Gibson, MEd’13, is this year’s recipient of the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Shirley Tilghman and Michele Romanow

How Queen’s Inspired A CBC ‘Dragon’ And A Former Princeton University President

Shirley Tilghman, Artsci’68, DSc’02, is receiving the Alumni Achievement Award and Michele Romanow, Sc’07, MBA’08, is receiving the One to Watch Award at the QUAA Awards Gala.

[Photo of Zhaodi Culbreath presenting the John Orr Award to John Rae]
Zhaodi Culbreath, right, presents the John Orr Award to John Rae

Dedicated Former Toronto Branch President To Be Honoured At Alumni Awards Gala

Zhaodi Culbreath’s dedication to Queen’s is the reason he is receiving the QUAA's Marsha Lampman Branch Volunteer of the Year Award.
[Photo of Shadow Cabinet meeting the Governor General]
The Shadow Cabinet meets with Governor General David Johnston, Law'66

Tricolour Society Member And Former AMS President Honoured With Alumni Mentorship Award

Bruce Alexander, Com’60, LLD’11, says mentoring people has given him more satisfaction 'than anything else I have done.'
[Photo of Fiona Sampson]
Photo by Brian Jaybee

QUAA Alumni Humanitarian Award recipient uses human rights law to protect 10 million Kenyan girls

Human rights lawyer Fiona Sampson, Artsci’85, Law’93, was the driving force behind a landmark ruling that found Kenyan police at fault for failing to protect girls from rape.
[Photo of George Jackson]

Alumni Association Volunteer President Honoured For Years Of Dedication To Queen’s

George Jackson, Artsci’85,to be honoured at QUAA Awards Gala on April 2.

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