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everal Mount Allison students were honoured for their
commitments and activities in the University and sur-
rounding community during the annual MOSAIC
and Grad Banquets, both held in March. Pictured (l-r) are:
net Chamaplin, Barritt-Marshall Award winner; nicole
Robichaud, Gold A Award recipient; Sacha nadeau, winner of
the Frances S. Allison Award; Alanna Khattar, Gold A Award
recipient; and Cindy Ochieng, Gold A Award recipient. In the
front are: nathan Walker, Gold A Award recipient; and Sam
Gregg-Wallace, Don norton Award winner. Missing from the
photo is Graeme Bousada, winner of the Gil Latter Award.
T
he annual MOSAIC banquet celebrated some of Mount
Allison's outstanding students from around the globe.
From left to right are: Xiaochen Fan of China, Class
of '33 Award winner; Ron Byrne, Vice-President, International
and Student Affairs; Eric Ochaya of Uganda, Class of '33 Award
winner; and net Chamaplin of Thailand, Barritt-Marshall
Award Winner.
our award-winning students
robert Campbell named among
top 50 Ceos for Atlantic Canada
I
n the same week that he welcomed hundreds of alumni
back to campus for Reunion weekend, celebrated Convoca-
tion with the Class of 2011, including several distinguished
Canadians, and unveiled the new University brand, Mount
Allison President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Campbell was
honoured for his leadership vision and abilities. Campbell was
named to
Atlantic Business Magazine's Top 50 CEO list for 2011
at a gala event in Halifax on May 18.
Campbell says, "I am honoured to receive this distinction but
the credit must go to the great team of which I am part. Mount
Allison is lucky to have many top business and community leaders
on its Board of Regents and within its campus community. I feel
this award speaks to the success of our collaborative quest to be one
of north America's top undergraduate universities by continuing
to offer an exceptional educational and extracurricular experi-
ence. That we are able to do this in a fiscally and environmentally-
responsible manner, shows a real team effort."
Two Mount Allison graduates were also named to the Top 50
CEO list for 2011 -- Brian McMillan ('74), President of Holland
College, and Malcolm Fraser ('92), President, CEO, and Founder of
ISL. The Top 50 CEO issue is available on newsstands now and at
www.abmonline.ca