Student, business leaders earn alumni awards

The UBC Alumni Association has named 11 outstanding individuals — students,
business leaders, academics and physicians among them — as winners of its annual

The winners of the Alumni Awards of Distinction are John Millar (BSc’63,
MD ’67, MHSc ’86) and Milton Wong (BA ’63).

Millar, co-manager of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control and a director of
the B.C. Health Research Foundation, taught international health at UBC from

Wong, founder of the investment management firm M.K. Wong & Associates,
is also a founder and trustee of a program in UBC’s Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration which teaches students investment management through
real-life examples.

Dr. Peter Dolman (MD ’84) is winner of the Outstanding Young Alumnus
Award. Dolman,a clinical associate professor in UBC’s Ophthalmology Dept., has
contributed as a teacher and clinician to many developing nations. He also takes
part in the UBC AIDS Eye Clinic.

The winners of the Faculty Citation Award are Dr. Carol Herbert, (BSc
’66, MD ’69) and Prof. Paul Stanwood.

Herbert has been head of UBC’s Dept. of Family Practice since 1982. A former
director of the REACH Youth Clinic, she was named a YWCA Woman of Distinction
in 1985.

Stanwood is a professor in the English Dept. In 1979 he won the provincial
Year of the Child and Family Achievement Award for his outstanding community
service to children and families.

Outstanding Student Awards go to Andrew Booth, Lica Chui and Allison

Booth, who graduates this year from Engineering Physics, has served
as Engineering Physics Student Society president and in the Alma Mater Society.

Chui, a third-year student in the Faculty of Medicine, has served as a student
representative on the UBC Senate, and as a vice-president of the Alma Mater

Dunnet is a Political Science major who was a founder of Imagine UBC, an event
designed to welcome first-year students to campus. As well, she is a founder
of Humanities 101, a project to encourage people from disadvantaged backgrounds
to take a cost-free academic program in the humanities at UBC. She also served
on the executive of the AMS.

Jim Stich (BSc ’71, DMD ’75) is winner of the Blythe Eagles Volunteer
Service Award for outstanding contributions to the Alumni Association. Stich
has served the association in many roles, including president, past president
and senior vice-president.

The awards for Lifetime Achievement go to two long-time friends of the university,
Cecil Green (DSc ’64), and Bill Gibson (BA ’33, DSc ’93).

Green is the co-founder of Texas Instruments and a major benefactor to the
university. At UBC, Green College, Cecil Green Park House and the Cecil and
Ida Green Visiting Professorships bear his name.

Gibson played a key role in developing the university’s Faculty of Medicine.
Until his retirement in 1978, he served as professor and head of the Dept. of
History of Medicine. He helped create the Kinsmen Laboratory of Neurological
Research and the Woodward Biomedical Library.

The Alumni Association awards, along with honours for UBC Athletics Hall of
Fame inductees, will be presented at a dinner at the Hyatt hotel on Oct. 8.

The dinner is held jointly with the Dept. of Athletics and Recreation. A table
for eight is $1,000. For more information call 604-822-3313 or visit the Web
site at