Through their outstanding personal and professional contributions, University of Regina alumni inspire their fellow alumni, current students, and the community, both close to home and around the world. In doing so they also bring honour and recognition to the University and highlight the quality of a University of Regina education.
Ron Forsythe returns to Regina to accept the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award from MAP’s Department of Film.
2020 Alumni Crowning Achievement Awards
Christine Selinger BEd’11, BSc’11 Outstanding Young Alumni Jacq Brasseur CSW’13, BSW’15 Rosalie Tsannie-Burseth MEd’01 Distinguished Professional Achievement Award Shawna Argue BASc’87 Lifetime Achievement Award Robert Jamont BPAS’89 Outstanding Service Award 2020 Alumni Crowning Achievement Awards
Christine Selinger BEd’11, BSc’11 Outstanding Young Alumni
Meet Christine Selinger BEd’11, BSc’11, this year’s ACAA Outstanding Young Alumni recipient.
Jacq Brasseur CSW’13, BSW’15
Meet Jacq Brasseur CSW’13, BSW’15, the 2020 ACAA recipient for Distinguished Alumni Award for Humanitarian and Community Service.
Rosalie Tsannie-Burseth MEd’01 Distinguished Professional Achievement Award
Rosalie Tsannie-Burseth MEd’01 is this year’s ACAA recipient of the Distinguished Professional Achievement Award.
Shawna Argue BASc’87 Lifetime Achievement Award
This year’s ACAA Lifetime Achievement Award recipient is Shawna Argue BASc’87.
Robert Jamont BPAS’89 Outstanding Service Award
Robert Jamont BPAS’89 the 2020 ACAA recipient of the Outstanding Service Award.
There is no Planet “B”
A November 2018 Angus Reid national survey found that almost 20 per cent of Saskatchewan residents (second only to Alberta) don’t subscribe to human-caused global warming. The same survey indicated that Canadians do, however, look to university scientists to provide accurate information on climate change. So, this past January, a group of University of Regina researchers embarked on a series of public lectures that looked at climate change from a variety of perspectives – providing Prairie detractors with a combination of science-based evidence and Indigenous
In Fall 2011, Arthur Ward BSc’17, CAdmin’17 was recruited by the University of Regina Cougars track and field team from the Caribbean island of Anguilla. To make some extra cash while studying, the triple jumper videotaped basketball and volleyball games for the Cougars’ coaches. He was also a freelance photographer for the University’s student paper, The Carillon, and worked part-time at a local camera shop. In the summer of 2015, he established Arthur Images, which remains the umbrella for all of his creative work. Following graduation, he secured a full-time job at the Regina-headquartered jewelry company Hillberg & Berk, but left to pursue his true calling – sports photography.