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1975 Honorary Degree

Honorary degree recipients (left to right) Myer Pollock, Reverend Patrick G. Malone and Anthony Walsh with Rector John W. O'Brien (2nd to the left).

1984 Honorary degree

Rector Patrick Kenniff, Mrs. Lemieux, honorary degree recipient Jean-Paul Lemieux, Chancellor W. Earle McLaughlin, and Vice-Rector, Academic, Russell W. Breen.

1986 Honorary degree

Board of Governors Chairman Donald W. McNaughton, Lise Bissonnette, H.H. David Stern, Jean Mazeo accepting honorary degree on behalf of Simone de Beauvoir and Rector Patrick Kenniff

Convocation 1967

1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

Convocation 1970

Fraser Fulton (left) with three Honorary Degree recipients: Saul Hayes, George Maxwell Hobart and Paul Gallagher.

Convocation 1970

Fraser Fulton (third from left) with three Honorary Degree recipients. From left to right: Charles Henri Barbier, Eedson Louis Millard Burns, Fulton and Alphonse Riverin.

Convocation 1969

Foreground from left to right: Fraser Fulton, Percy Weissman (Honorary Degree recipient), John O'Brien (Principal) and Henry F. Hall.

Convocation 1969

Two Honorary Degree recipients with John O'Brien, Principal (left) and Fraser Fulton (right): Rev. Robert H. L. Slater (left) and Maureen Forester (right).

Convocation 1969

Two Honorary Degree recipients with Fraser Fulton in the middle: Edward F. Sheffield (left) and Percy Weissman (right).

Convocation 1967

1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67. Group of graduates, from left to right: Mrs. Carol Fogel (née Laing) BA, Jeffrey Laing, BComm, Mrs. Laing, Leslie Laing, BComm, and Steve Laing, BA, President of the Graduating Class.

Convocation 1965

First Honorary degrees were awarded at Sir George Williams University 1965 Spring Convocation. Standing: Chancellor B. W. Roberts with recipients Jean Lesage, Prime Minister of Quebec and Msgr. Alphonse-Marie Parent, Vice-Rector of Laval University and author of the controversial and sweeping Parent Report on Quebec Education. Seated: Dr. Howard I. Ross, Chancellor of McGill University and Dr. Evan H. Turner, Director of the Philadelphia Museum and former director of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

Convocation

Dean Henry F. Hall giving a speech during the convocation ceremony held at St. James Church.

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