Mark R. Wilson Award

Posted: February 16, 2012 by QueensASUS in Campus News, Exec, Get Involved, News, Uncategorized

MARK R. WILSON AWARD
The Mark R. Wilson Award shall be considered to be the highest tribute the Society may pay to an Arts and Science student for valuable and distinguished service to the University in non-athletic extra-curricular activities. Formerly the Arts and Science Undergraduate Award, the award renamed on February 4, 1999 to honour Mark R. Wilson, ArtSci ’99 (Geography & Politics), who was tragically killed by a drunk driver in July of 1998. Mark Wilson was a remarkable student who contributed extensively to Queen’s via his involvement in ASUS (as DSC Communications Coordinator, ASUS Representative to the AMS, and ’99 Year Society Secretary), the Geography DSC, Queen’s Model Parliament, Queen’s Young PCs, and Queen’s Christian Fellowship. Mark’s contributions to the University community were outweighed only by his personal commitment to his friends and family.

NOMINATION FORM 2012

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