Class Notes

Change in Leadership at the North West LHIN

The North West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) announced on April 19th, the appointment of the new CEO for the North West LHIN, Dr. Rhonda Crocker Ellacott (HBScN '91)“The Board of Directors wishes to acknowledge the high caliber of skills and abilities that Rhonda brings to this... more

Alumna Receives Government of Canada History Award

The Departments of Interdisciplinary Studies and History and the Faculty of Education are pleased to announce that alumna Kylie Burchat (HBASc/BEd '17) has been recognized as one of 20 Government of Canada History Award winners for 2017.   The goal of the Government of Canada History... more

Billboard Power 100: Live Nation Entertainment's Michael Rapino

MICHAEL RAPINO, 52  CEO, Live Nation Entertainment (Last Year's Rank: 3)Michael Rapino (BAdmin '89) likes to hold court in a corner seat of Live Nation's new employee lounge and bar, a space stocked with high-end tequila and craft beer that feels more like a miniature House of Blues than the... more

AGAT Laboratories appoints new President and Chief Operating Officer

Marissa Reckmann has been appointed to the position of President and Chief Operating Officer at AGAT Laboratories.  In her new role, Marissa is focussed on ensuring the preservation of the AGAT Laboratories culture and values, including company philosophies, mission statements and loyalty to... more

Wilson Institute announces their Associates for 2017-2020

On Thursday, November 30th, the Wilson Institute unveiled their list of the 37 scholars named as Wilson Associates for 2017-2020. Located in every province of Canada, the Wilson Associates have been selected as scholars who are pushing the field of Canadian history in exciting new... more

Karl Subban shares his plan for success in a new book

 How We Did It: The Subban Plan for Success in Hockey, School and Life is a memoir of how Karl Subban (BA '83, BEd '84) and his wife Maria prepared their five children to live up to   their potential. The two girls became teachers. The three boys were... more

Lakehead teacher Lisa Dampier wins ETFO Anti-Bias Award

The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) has presented Lakehead teacher Lisa Dampier (BA '92, B.Ed. '93) with its 2017 Anti-Bias Award for her work in teaching global citizenship and social justice to grades 7 and 8 students.The award is presented to an ETFO member or group of... more

Former lecturer and alum recognized by peak teacher education body

Former ORPT lecturer and Lakehead alum, Dr. Janet Dyment (PhD '05) is Australia's Teacher Educator of the Year, as awarded by the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA) at a conference in Brisbane in July.The "judges were struck by Janet's fantastic work in online teacher education," said... more

ORPT alumnus Jackie Chan receives 3M National Student Fellowship

 Jacky WL Chan (HB OEd '16) is an outdoor educator and the co-founder and director of Zen’s Outdoor Leadership Camp for Youth (ZOLCY) – a volunteer driven Canadian NGO. ZOLCY’s mission is   to cultivate self-development, outdoor leadership, and the pursuit of continuous... more

2017 Parks and Recreation Ontario Award of Excellence winner

 The City of Thunder Bay announced that Kimberly Baskin (BA'11), Program Supervisor – Children & Youth, Recreation & Culture Division, was awarded the 2017 Parks and Recreation Ontario  Award of Excellence in the Emerging Leader category. This award recognizes the outstanding... more

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