Degrees : vol. 20, no. 02, Fall 2008

Show simple item record External Relations, University of Regina 2009-03-05T18:43:21Z 2009-03-05T18:43:21Z 2008-11
dc.description.abstract Alumni Crowning Achievement Awards -- Meet the cream of this year’s crop of distinguished alumni; Our Missing Mothers, Sisters and Daughters -- U of R faculty members are doing what they can to help stem the terrible tide of missing women in Canada; Homecoming -- One of the best ways alumni can continue to serve the University is by sitting as a member of Senate. Here is the story of three graduates who are as passionate about shaping the future of the University of Regina as they are about fulfilling the motto “As One Who Serves.”; Doc -- Mark Docherty has packed a lot of living into his 47 years. In spite of a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis a decade ago, one gets the feeling that his best years are still ahead of him. Changing the World, One Classroom at a Time -- Education faculty member Buryl Bernard has dedicated himself to a project that is not only helping impoverished Cambodian schoolchildren, it’s turning Regina elementary school students into citizens of the world; Feed Back; President’s Note; Around Campus; Spot Light; Focal Point; Alumni News; Class Notes; 360 Degrees;
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dc.publisher External Relations, University of Regina en_US
dc.title Degrees : vol. 20, no. 02, Fall 2008 en_US
dc.type Journal issue en_US
dc.description.authorstatus Staff en_US
dc.description.peerreview no en_US

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    Degrees magazine profiles the achievements of our alumni, students, faculty and staff in fields ranging from business and the arts to education and science.

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