Dec. 12, 2002, Gazette
Galway (B.Comm.80, MBA 88), Dan Walker (B.Ed. 89 PhD97)
and Peter Woodward (B.Comm.81) are among 31 people appointed by
federal Industry Minister Alan Rock to the Shipbuilding and Industrial
Marine Advisory Committee to develop recommendations on policies and initiatives
for developing a more competitive ship building and industrial marine
sector in Canada.
don't have much time or humour for [outsiders' condescending opinion of
Newfoundlanders' work ethic]
I think we Newfoundlanders have to
have a more serious attitude than anyone else. We just have to keep our
chin up and do business."
Trevor Adey (B.Comm.91) president of St.
John's-based Consilient, software developer for wireless communications.
E. (Moulton) Luther (B.Sc.(Hons.)86, M.Sc.89) of Corner Brook
is this years recipient of the James M. Kitz Award for outstanding
contribution to the countrys forestry sector. In granting the award
Don Gelinas, president of the Canadian Institute of Forestry, recognized
Ms. Luther as one of Canadas top young scientists.
provincial government is still adamant about its dedication to improving
the high school math curriculum. Why then does its every deed imply a
Shannon Sullivan (B.Sc.00) commenting
in a letter to the editor on the response of Education Minister Judy
Foote to the Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences report criticizing
new high-school math books. Telegram, Nov. 28
November the College of Family Physicians of Canada selected Dr. James
King (B.Sc.74, B.M.Sc.76, MD 78) of Grand Falls-Windsor
as Newfoundland and Labradors family physician of the year. This
award recognizes family doctors who in the opinion of their peers provide
exceptional care to their patients and to the health and well being of
the communities where they live and work.
number of applications to family medicine programs has declined right
across the country. We need to find out why new medical graduates arent
choosing this discipline. This will be a major focus for us as well as
marketing our program to medical students across the country."
Dr. Wanda Parsons (B.Sc.77, B.M.Sc.80,
MD 82) discussing priorities for the Family Medicine Program at
Memorial following her appointment as director. MUNMED, Fall