Fiona Munro returns to academics Fiona Munro (BA’09), and (MA’10) at UOttawa has spent the last ten years in the marketing communications industry as an Associate Director, Client Services with LoyaltyOne (AirMiles) and recently as a sponsorship manager with the Calgary Stampede. She recently returned to academics and is now a Faculty Instructor, Chiu School […]
Recipient of Honorary Doctorate of History Dr. Sally Ross (BSc’63, MA’68) had been awarded an honorary Doctorate of History degree from University Sainte-Anne. Dr. Ross also holds a Licence ès Lettres (’66) and a Doctorate (’70) from the Université de Tours, France. “In recognition of her contribution to the Acadian community’s historical record and her […]
4th European Camino for Stephen Knowles (BA’68) Stephen Knowles, (BA’68) (Honours History) finished his 4th European Camino in May 2018 by walking 850 km from Arles, France, through Toulouse and over the Pyrenees via the Somport Pass to Pamplona, Spain, in 36 days. Since he retired from the House of Commons Procedural Service he has […]
Jeannie Collins Beaudin publishes a Women’s Health book Jeannie Collins Beaudin (BSC (Pharmacy)’77), retired from pharmacy in January, 2016 and has just published her first book: “Can I Speak to the Hormone Lady? Managing Menopause and Hormone Imbalances” in e-book and print. Her book, website and weekly health blog can be found at http://jeanniebeaudin.wixsite.com/author .
Calling All Physiotherapy Class of 1989 Alumni! Mark your calendars for your upcoming 30th reunion, August 9th and 10th, 2019 in Halifax. Reconnect with your classmates and enjoy a taste of summer in Nova Scotia! For more information, contact Annie Raghavan at email@example.com or Karen Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sylvie Peltier (MES’83), PhD, has directed and produced documentaries for television with her production company, Red Letter Films. They have now partnered with Canadian Master Painter Mike Svob to produce online painting courses.