The six winners for 2016 shine in many ways.
Take winner Chloe Williams, for example. She’s an elected Concordia Student Union (CSU) executive who divides her attention between the Hive Café, the Concordia Food Coalition, the Loyola Dish Project and the Library Services Fund Committee, among other organizations. Williams avoids the spotlight and works with boundless energy to improve student life.
As does the winner of the Lifetime of Giving Award, Donald de Guerre, associate professor and chair of the Department of Applied Human Sciences. De Guerre is widely regarded in the professional domain as a cutting-edge thinker and scholar. His pedagogy is unique, experiential and deeply humanistic.