These stories are from Bishop’s Alumni Magazine, edition No. 58 Fall 2022. A particularly strong facet of the Bishop’s education is owed to continued involvement from alumni. Whether offering guest lectures, mentorship, or networking opportunities, alumni share knowledge from their Bishop’s experiences supplemented with their professional expertise to help current students navigate their time at...
by Casey Hébert ‘21 These stories are from Bishop’s Alumni Magazine, edition No. 58 Fall 2022. When the pandemic struck in March 2020, the student population collectively mourned for the Class of 2020, robbed of its final moments at Bishop’s, while simultaneously looking forward to a return to class in the fall, certain this sordid...
Drs. Vicki Chartrand, Genner Llanes-Ortiz, and Alex Miltsov of Bishop’s University’s Sociology Department are working in partnership with Indigenous communities to organize, analyze, and mobilize Indigenous-led and Indigenous-based resources and supports to address Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two-Spirit (MMIWG2S+) persons.   They started the partnership because the existing resources and supports coming...
Convocation is an occasion to recognize the outstanding achievements of deserving individuals, by conferring Doctorates in Civil Law (D.C.L.) upon Honorands! Wondering who the 2023 Honorands are? Look no further! MARGOT HEYERHOFF Margot served on the BCS Association Board of Directors from 2003 to 2009. In 2004 she became President of the North Hatley Library...
Dr. Jade Savage, of Bishop’s University’s Biology and Biochemistry Department, created eTick.ca, an online tick identification platform, so Canadians could access a single, free, and comprehensive tool to report tick encounters and benefit from trained personnel to identify the tick species, and find out if the tick that bit them could transmit pathogens causing Lyme...
These stories are from Bishop’s Alumni Magazine, edition No. 58 Fall 2022. Everyone, at some point in their life, will be touched by the diseases of dementia and Alzheimer’s. They shall either fall victim to the disease, or find themself as caregiver and witness to the slow decline of cognitive functions with someone they love....

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