St. Jerome’s University Archives
Update! Spring 1990
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Description
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Newsletters
Description:
Item is a newsletter published by St. Jerome's University for its graduates, faculty, staff and friends. This issue includes articles on Convocation, Grail: An Ecumenical Journal winning a series of national awards for third straight year, graduate Fr. Gerry Copeman being named to a seven-member national committee on sexual abuse established by the Canadian Conference of Bishops, Career Forum '90, student Annette Bryce being given the Graduates' Association Community Service Award, Awards Night, the retirement of Mrs. Joy Brown who ran the Coffee Shop, Prof. Mary Malone becoming Director of the St. Jerome's Centre for Catholic Experience, Margaret and Terry Downey named recipients of the Fr. Norm Choate Distinguished Graduate Award, the unveiling of the historical plaque as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations, a further item on the conference held at St. Jerome's on church-related colleges, Professor Eric McCormack being awarded the Spring Book Award of the Scottish Arts Council, News Briefs, Professor John Orlando co-authoring a two-volume manual to help in AIDS education, on Professor Ken McLaughlin's latest book: "Waterloo: An Illustrated History" and another on him being commissioned to write the history of the University of Waterloo, major research grants received by faculty, and the feature Where are they now?
Notes:
Volume 9, Number 4
Publisher:
University of St. Jerome's College
Date of Original:
Spring 1990
Subject(s):
Corporate Name(s):
St. Jerome's University
Collection:
St. Jerome's College records
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.4693228384021 Longitude: -80.5462590795898
Physical Description:
8 p. : ill.; 22 x 28 cm
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
SJU Archives
Location of Original:
2-1-2-A5
Terms of Use:
Unrestricted.
Contact
St. Jerome's University Library
Email
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290 Westmount Rd. N.
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G3

St. Jerome's University is located in Waterloo, Ontario, and is situated in the University of Waterloo. It was founded as St. Jerome's College in 1865 by the Congregation of the Resurrection. In 1959, it was granted university status and changed its name to the University of St. Jerome's College. It has been federated with the University of Waterloo since 1960. In 1998, the name was officially changed to St. Jerome's University.
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Update! Spring 1990


Item is a newsletter published by St. Jerome's University for its graduates, faculty, staff and friends. This issue includes articles on Convocation, Grail: An Ecumenical Journal winning a series of national awards for third straight year, graduate Fr. Gerry Copeman being named to a seven-member national committee on sexual abuse established by the Canadian Conference of Bishops, Career Forum '90, student Annette Bryce being given the Graduates' Association Community Service Award, Awards Night, the retirement of Mrs. Joy Brown who ran the Coffee Shop, Prof. Mary Malone becoming Director of the St. Jerome's Centre for Catholic Experience, Margaret and Terry Downey named recipients of the Fr. Norm Choate Distinguished Graduate Award, the unveiling of the historical plaque as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations, a further item on the conference held at St. Jerome's on church-related colleges, Professor Eric McCormack being awarded the Spring Book Award of the Scottish Arts Council, News Briefs, Professor John Orlando co-authoring a two-volume manual to help in AIDS education, on Professor Ken McLaughlin's latest book: "Waterloo: An Illustrated History" and another on him being commissioned to write the history of the University of Waterloo, major research grants received by faculty, and the feature Where are they now?