Royal Roads University seeks admirable alumni

Past grads can be nominated in two categories until May 12

Royal Roads University is accepting nominations for its Alumni Awards until May 12. The awards honour RRU graduates who are making an impact in the world.

There are two categories for nominations: the Excellence Award, which recognizes an alumnus who brings meaningful and positive change to their workplace, community or the world; and the Leadership Award, which goes to a significant and successful leader.

The latter award is also open to ex-cadets from the former military colleges. Winners receive a fused glass sculpture created by local artist Sandra Fowler and entrance for themselves or a colleague in a continuing studies program at the university.

Anyone is welcome to nominate an alumnus and can do so by visiting http://www.royalroads.ca/alumni-awards.

news@goldstreamgazette.com

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