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McGill Reporter
March 30, 2006 - Volume 38 Number 14
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And the nominees are...

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Antonia Maioni, Woman of Distinction.
Claudio Calligaris

The Women’s Y Foundation nominated six McGill community members for its annual Women of Distinction awards. Sheila Goldbloom, a McGill professor for over thirty years, was nominated for the “Advancement of Women Grand Prize.” Kate Stinson, an arts and political science graduate, and now a student at Oxford, was nominated for the “Young Woman of Distinction” award. Antonia Maioni, professor, and director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, as well as Sonia Lupien, director of the Centre for Studies on Human Stress at the Douglas Hospital and psychiatry professor, were nominated in the “Health and Science” category. Victoria Dickenson, director of the McCord Museum, was nominated in the “Arts and Culture” category, and Sarah Ali-Khan, star athlete and doctorate student in pharmacology and therapeutics, was nominated in the “Sports and Wellness” category. The winners will be announced May 16 at the Women of Distinction Gala.

*text edited for accuracy

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