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UToday HomeJanuary 7, 2013

Madam Justice Patricia Rowbotham, BEd’75, LLB’81,  was named Distinguished Alumna in 2011 for her trailblazing legal career and contributions to Calgary’s legal community.Madam Justice Patricia Rowbotham, BEd’75, LLB’81, was named Distinguished Alumna in 2011 for her trailblazing legal career and contributions to Calgary’s legal community.
Green energy entrepreneur Nick Blitterswyk, BSc’04, received the Graduate of the Last Decade Award in 2012.Green energy entrepreneur Nick Blitterswyk, BSc’04, received the Graduate of the Last Decade Award in 2012.
The inaugural Future Alumni Award was presented to graduate Mark Blackwell, BComm’11, who now works as a fund advisor for Cenovus Energy. The inaugural Future Alumni Award was presented to graduate Mark Blackwell, BComm’11, who now works as a fund advisor for Cenovus Energy.
It’s your time to recognize alumni achievement and future alumni potential through the 2013 Arch Awards.

Nominate an outstanding graduate or future graduate now until Feb. 15 for one of three Arch Awards: Distinguished Alumni Award, Graduate of the Last Decade Award or the Future Alumni Award — the Alumni Association’s highest honours.

Since 1985, the Distinguished Alumni Award has been granted to remarkable alumni who have achieved outstanding success in their careers and/or communities.

The Graduate of the Last Decade Award was first given in 2003 and recognizes alumni under 35 who have made an early impact.

The Future Alumni Award was handed out for the first time in 2009 and recognizes a current, full-time student who demonstrates great potential for outstanding achievements in their career or community contributions.

Anyone can submit a nomination for the 2013 Arch Awards. Visit the Arch Awards website by Feb. 15 and complete the online nomination form. Further questions can be directed to Erin at 220-7108 or eamason@ucalgary.ca.