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Peter Balyta, BEd’94, PhD’07, has just been elected vice president of Texas Instruments. He joined the company in 2000 as a manager of educational sales, and he continues to hold the position of president of the Education Technology division, responsible for market-leading educational technology that aims to improve student achievement in mathematics and science. www.ti.com […]
Ken Dryden, LLB’73, has published a 30th-anniversary edition of his classic book The Game.
Nicole Lizée, MMus’01, won the 2013 Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music for White Label Experiment, a work that pays tribute to seminal composer John Cage.
Krista Muir, BA'97, a performer also known as Lederhosen Lucil, recently released a new album entitled Guten Tag Gemini.
Marie-Ève Arseneau, BEd'07, BMus'07, was recently profiled by Téléquébec’s Écoles à l'examen for her work as a music teacher at FACE, an arts-focused school in downtown Montreal.
Andrew Potter, BA'93, is the new editor-in-chief of the Ottawa Citizen.
Marla Shapiro, MDCM’79, was named one of Canada’s Top 25 Women of Influence.
Lindsay Glassco, BA’87, was appointed International Cooperation and Development Director of the International Olympic Committee.
Jennifer Grout, BMus’12, is the first non-Arab to advance to the finals of Arabs Got Talent.
Chris Alexander, BA’89, is one of Maclean’s magazine’s 2013 Parliamentarians of the Year.
Mimi Israël, BSc’78, MDCM’83, Dip Psych’87, was awarded the 2013 Prix Reconnaissance de carrière Persillier-Lachapelle.
Ronny Priefer, PhD’03, has developed a device that may allow diabetics to monitor their blood-glucose levels without actually drawing blood.
Evan Goldberg, BA’05, was recognized in Variety magazine’s 2013 Comedy Impact Report.
George Ellenbogen, BA’55, is the author of A Stone In My Shoe: In Search of Neighborhood, a new memoir about growing up in one of Montreal’s historically Jewish areas.
Dantes Rameau, BMus’05, was named to Ebony magazine’s Power 100, a list of today’s most influential African-Americans.
Marc Ladanyi, MDCM’84, received the College of American Pathologists Distinguished Patient Care Award.
Avrum Spira, MDCM'96, is the recipient of the Alton Ochsner Award Relating Smoking and Disease.
Bertrand Malo, BMus'03, an Alberta Crown prosecutor and opera singer, is set to appear in the Edmonton Opera's production of Salome.
Drew Nelles, BA’09, will join The Walrus as a senior editor next month.
Joanne Wolfe, BSc'85, is the recipient of the 2013 American Cancer Society Pathfinder in Palliative Care Award.