March 6, 2007      

To Professor Hogg (Political Studies) for organizing an outstanding conference in January “The Gray Lecture 60 Years later”. The conference attracted academics from across the country.

To Dr. Jonathan Fortier (English) who recently spoke at a Fraser Institute/Montreal Economic Institute Seminar titled Explore Public Policy Issues. Dr. Fortier’s presentation was: All Tied Up: How Regulation Strangles Creativity and Prosperity.

To Dr. Cheryl Gosselin (Sociology) who discussed on CBC radio in January the latest findings on marriage rates in Canada, and Quebec’s lower rates compared to the rest of the country.

To Dr. Jade Savage (Biology) who was featured recently in a special section of La Tribune – Estrie Rayonne. The section features some of the rising young stars in the area.

To Elizabeth MacSween, Laura Roper, two Residence Assistants, who recently made a presentation at a Residence Life Conference held at Nipissing University. Their topic was fighting prejudice and intolerance in rez; the session looked at ways to use programming to build an accepting residence community.

To the SRC for their organization and to the entire Bishop’s community for supporting this semester's blood donor clinic which set a record for number of donors - 208.

To Starr Dostie, a student in Chemistry, who has been awarded one of three $1500 bursaries from la Fondation Lucine-Piche in a provincial competition. These bursaries recognize outstanding achievement at a Quebec university by a final-year student. Starr is only the second Bishop's student to receive this honour.

To Laure Pitfield, a third year player on the Women's Basketball Team, who was named MVP of the Quebec University Basketball League.

Bishop's faired well at the 16th Annual Lennoxville Achievement Awards in February. The Bishop's Student Patrol received the Heroism Award, while Lacrosse player Mitch Young was the recipient of the Sport Award.
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