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Each year, the Telfer School of Management recognizes outstanding alumni who support the Telfer Vision for a Better Canada, through which we focus on facilitating, supporting, and encouraging efforts to make Canada greener, healthier, happier, and wealthier.
 

R. Trudeau Medal

The R. Trudeau Medal is the highest honour awarded by the Telfer School of Management to its graduates. Established in 1989, it is named after Roland Trudeau, former director of the University’s Department of Commerce. This medal recognizes leadership, initiative, and contributions to the business world, the community, and the School.

Young Achiever’s Award

The Young Achiever’s Award recognizes young business leaders (under 40) who have distinguished themselves professionally and made a difference in their community.

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Selection criteria

  • Accomplishments (job responsibilities, special projects, business-related affiliations)
  • Community involvement
  • Achievements, Awards, and Special Recognitions
  • Involvement with the Telfer School of Management and the University of Ottawa over the years
  • Philanthropic endeavours

Please describe how the nominee has demonstrated at least three of these criteria: (up to 750 words)

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Please explain how the nominee’s experiences and achievements embody one or more elements the Telfer vision for a greener, healthier, happier, and wealthier Canada for all. (up to 500 words)

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Questions or comments on the nomination process? Please contact the Telfer Alumni Engagement Team at alumni@telfer.uottawa.ca

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