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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.
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
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