2017 Alumni Awards Call for Nominations
The Trent University Alumni Association Council invites nominations for the 2017 Alumni Awards. Do you know an alumna or alumnus who has made a difference in their community, in their profession, or still contribute time and energy to the Trent community? If so, please consider nominating them for an Alumni Award. Nominations will be accepted until 5:00 pm on Thursday February 9, 2017.
Questions? Email Sue Robinson, Trent University Alumni Affairs.
2017 Alumni Awards and Honours
Distinguished Alumni Award
The Trent University Alumni Association's Distinguished Alumni Award is presented based on a person's achievement and leadership in their field. Recipients will have shown leadership in business, industry, a profession or in public life. They will have brought honour to Trent University through endeavours which have earned them prominence within their field. His/Her vision, commitment, creativity and leadership will have been recognized within his/her field or beyond it.
Tim Cook '90
Fiona Sampson '87
Spirit of Trent Award
The Spirit of Trent Award is presented to an alum who has made a difference, through contribution to the university, the alumni association or the community. We intend with this award to recognize those who continue to demonstrate the values and lessons learned at Trent. In addition, we want to recognize those whose contribution might not otherwise be acknowledged, and who are serving in some capacity, in addition to their regular work or hobbies, to make the world a better place. We want to reward those who continue to shine the spirit of Trent in their corner of the world to let them know we are proud of them.
Lorraine Bennett '72
David Wright '74, Bill Fields '71, and John Kennedy '85 (Team Trend Hockey Reunion Committee)
Young Leader Award
The Young Leader Award recognizes young alumni who have shown outstanding leadership throughout their first 10 years of alumni status either in their professional career and/or community, public or humanitarian service and are 35 years of age or younger.
Diane Therrien '10