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THE KINGSTON BRANCH THE JIM BENNETT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
 

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THE KINGSTON BRANCH
THE JIM BENNETT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD:
A CALL FOR 2012 NOMINATIONS
The Kingston Branch is seeking nominations for The Jim Bennett Achievement Award to
recognize outstanding achievements in careers, sports, the arts or volunteer endeavours,
contributing to the betterment of Queen's and/or Kingston. Nominees, men or women,
must be members of the Kingston community, but not necessarily Queen's graduates.
THE AWARD
Inaugurated in 1993 as The Kingston Achievement Award, it was renamed The Jim
Bennett Achievement Award in the year 2000 to commemorate the distinguished and
dedicated service of the late Dr. Jim Bennett to Queen's University and to the greater
Kingston community.
The Jim Bennett Achievement Award is presented by the Kingston Branch at The Padre
Laverty and Jim Bennett Achievement Awards Dinner which the Branch hosts annually in
the spring.
The Nominations Committee, responsible for the selection of an award recipient whose
service best emulates that of the late Jim Bennett, is chaired by the current Past President
of the Kingston Branch and is comprised of past presidents and a representative from
Queen's Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Branch.

  

Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)

 

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