Ex-Cadets & More in the News

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Editor’s Note: The articles included below do not represent all military college alumni in the news. If you know of a news-worthy individual that we missed or you’d like to add a story of your own, please contact us at Anna-Michelle.Shewfelt@rmc.ca. Thank you. // Note de l’éditrice: Les articles inclus ci-dessous ne représentent pas tous les anciens étudiants des collèges militaires dans les nouvelles. Si vous connaissez une personne digne des nouvelles que nous avons manquée ou si vous souhaitez ajouter une histoire de votre choix, contactez-nous à Anna-Michelle.Shewfelt@rmc.ca. Merci.

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Photo : Daniel St-Louis

Le prix Émergence décerné à Stéphanie Chouinard, Ph.D., professeure adjointe de science politique au Collège militaire royal de Kingston

Le prix Émergence 2019 sera remis à la politicologue Stéphanie Chouinard, une figure montante de la recherche au Canada sur les politiques linguistiques, les droits des minorités linguistiques et des Autochtones, et le rapport entre droit et politique. Originaire de Terre-Neuve-et Labrador, la trajectoire académique et l’engagement social de Stéphanie Chouinard envers l’épanouissement des communautés francophones en situation minoritaire sont notoires. Elle est l’auteure de nombreuses publications dans ces domaines.

Comme elle a dit, «C’est un grand honneur que d’avoir mon parcours académique et professionnel reconnu par mon alma mater. C’est à l’Université de Moncton que j’ai pu fourbir mes premières armes comme politologue, et ces connaissances me servent encore aujourd’hui dans mes fonctions de professeure au CMR.»

Pour plus d’informations s’il vous plaît voir ici.

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Congratulations to Dr. Nicholas Vlachopoulos, Associate Professor in RMC’s Dept of Civil Engineering and Queen’s Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering, who is this year’s recipient of the Thomas Roy Award from the Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS). Dr. Vlachopoulos received the award for “outstanding contribution to Engineering Geology in Canada”. The Thomas Roy Award is the premier Engineering Geology Award in Canada. Dr. Vlachopoulos was presented the award this week at the Annual CGS conference in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

A video of the award presentation is available online.

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SFU alumnus wins Fulbright Fellowship

Nancy Teeple, adjunct assistant professor and research associate in the Department of Political Science at RMC

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How to sail a Chilean tall ship and get three wedding invitations in 60 days

28247 Isaac Goggin

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A year apart: No end in sight for Edmonton man stuck in Pakistan

Christian Leuprecht, Professor of political science at RMC

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Fiftieth anniversary of a naval tragedy

6533 Gord Forbes

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 Docked in Windsor, HMCS St. John’s is ‘cool from stem to stern’

20850 Peter Sproule

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3CDSG Commander applauds Base teamwork

19706 Patrick Lemyre

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This way to ‘Wexit’: Navigating Alberta’s theoretical secession

Stéphanie Chouinard, Assistant Professor of Political Science at RMC

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2 Comments

  • 4806 John Whitaker

    October 28, 2019 at 9:26 pm

    I thought that Gordon Forbes review of the Kootenay tragedy was an excellent reminder of the dangers our troops are subjected to, even in peacetime. In my opinion, however, the piece could have been stopped there and the section or the Citizen Article on how the Conservatives might have won this election and the next, edited out. Does E-Veritas really want to get involved in politics. I vote Conservative sometimes, Liberal others and have even voted Green, so you can’t put this comment down to my political biases.

  • rmcclub

    October 29, 2019 at 1:08 pm

    Hi John,
    Unfortunately when we link to external content such as this we have no control over what else is on that page. Thank you for your understanding and for your feedback.
    25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt