October 5, 2007
The University’s Board of Governors has appointed Tom Molloy as chancellor emeritus, effective immediately.
The honour is recognition of Molloy’s service to the University in the position of chancellor, which he held from 2001 until this year. A top aboriginal treaty negotiator, Molloy earned both a BA and an LLB from the U of S, is with the law firm MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman, and is an officer of the Order of Canada.
Other appointments at the board level include the re-election of Art Dumont, an Engineering graduate, to his third one-year term as chair. Nancy Hopkins, who holds degrees in Commerce and Law from the U of S, was also re-elected, to her second one-year term as vice-chair.