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Ceremonies and Awards: 1990 - 1999

Convocation 1991
The first convocation of degrees granted jointly by Malaspina University-College and UVIC, June 1991. From left to right: (UVIC woman); David Lam, Lieutenant Governor of BC; Bob Rogers, Chancellor or UVIC; Rich Johnston, President of Malaspina-University-College; and David Strong, President of UVIC.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives


 

1994 degrees granted
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Malaspina's second graduating class from the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program saw 79 new graduates cross the stage. The Liberal Arts degree program is the only one of its kind in Canada.
Image courtesy of Nanaimo Daily Free Press, 1994


 

Graduation 1998
Graduation procession, 1998.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives


 

First Honourary Degrees 1998
Malaspina University-College's First Honourary degrees were awarded in 1998. Back row left to right: Dr. Treavor Evelyn, Honorary Doctor of Letters; Carol Matthews, Dean of Human Services and Community Education; Rich Johnston, President; Dr. Margaret Fulton, Honorary Doctor of Letters. Front row left to right: Dr. Ken Lyall, Dean of Science and Technology; Dr. Jack Hodgins, Honorary Doctor of Law; and Kevin Roberts, faculty member, English dept.


 

Grade Nielsen and John Lepage 1999
Grace Nielsen (left), head of Tillicum House, received an Honorary Degree of Humanities in 1999 from Malaspina U-C. John Lepage (right) was Dean of Arts and Participated in the ceremony.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives


 

1998 Convocation
MUC convocation at the Port Theatre, 1999. From left to right: Dean of Education, Mike Grant; UVIC Chancellor, Dr. Norma Mickelson; and Rich Johnston, President of Malaspina University-College.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives


 

Rotary Award 1998
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Malaspina University-College's Sue Benoit was presented the 1998 Vocational Award by the Rotary Club of Nanaimo.
Image Courtesy of Rich Johnston


 

Alice Pauline Hobbs  Bursary 1999
Rotary's Seaview Centennial Branch in Lantzville set up a bursary in memory of Alice Pauline Hobbs to support three $500 awards annually. The gift was matched my the province.
Image and Caption Courtesy of Legion Magazine, September, 1999