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Vol 39  No 10
Feb. 22, 2007



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Carey Bonnell has been appointed managing director of the Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation. The CCFI is a non-profit organization owned by Memorial University of Newfoundland and funded by Atlantic Innovation Fund. The centre provides the tools of scientific research and technology to the fishing industry. Mr. Bonnell was the centre’s industrial liaison officer.

From left, Victoria Collins, Jill Hunt and Deborah Inkpen, share a moment on the top floor of New York City’s Rockefeller Center with CASE DI awards program co-ordinator Ellen Hardy. (Submitted photo)

Memorial University picked up several awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District I (eastern Canada and New England) at its recent conference in New York City. Memorial won bronze Communications Awards for two of its 2006 publications. Deborah Inkpen, communications co-ordinator (research), collected an award for the annual research report in the annual reports and booklets category and Jill Hunt, communications co-ordinator (student recruitment), claimed an award for the undergraduate student recruitment viewbook in the viewbooks and recruitment packages category. According to Ellen Hardy of Phillips Academy, who co-ordinated the awards program, judges praised the distinctive and innovative concepts and designs of both pieces. At the same event, Victoria Collins, Memorial’s director of Marketing and Communications, was presented with the Carol and Stephen Hebert Award for distinguished service to CASE District I and extraordinary devotion of time and energy to District I affairs. During her nine years on the district board, she served in several volunteer posts, including chair of the board in 2001-03. Headquartered in Washington, DC, with offices in London and Hong Kong, CASE is the international professional organization for advancement professionals who work in alumni relations, communications, and development. In North America, CASE serves its members through eight regional districts.


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