Outstanding GraduatesOutstanding Graduates

U of M Alumni Achievements

Many of the university’s graduates achieve national and international honours, and make valuable contributions to their own communities, and to the national and global communities. Here are a few examples from the past year:

Hugh Smith, who graduated in medicine in 1965, was named chair of the board of governors of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Prior to this appointment he provided leadership for its managed care department and was physician chair of its international activities committee. Smith, who is a cardiologist, joined the Mayo Clinic in 1970. Jody Cameron graduated in 1994 and by 1998 was national program director and international coordinator for PRIDE, the Parents’ Resource Institute for Drug Education, a U.S. based group that aims to prevent drug abuse among young people.

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Jody Cameron

Avi Gesser

John D. Wiebe

Cornelius Wiebe

Terry Daily

Miriam Toews

Chuck Loewen

Loren Kindzierski

Kevin Forkheim

Yvette Nolan, Chuck McEwan


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