Los Angeles Branch - Reception hosted by Consul General David Fransen and Principal Daniel Woolf
|Date:||November 29, 2012|
|Time:||6:30 PM - 8:30 PM|
|Location:|| Official Residence of the Consul General |
165 S. Muirfield Road
Los Angeles, CA
|Cost:||$20 (General), $10 (Young Alumni - graduated since 2002). Includes hors d'oeuvres and a selection of wine and beer.|
|Details:|| Dress code: Business Attire |
Mr. David Fransen was appointed Consul General of Canada in Los Angeles in 2008. He is Canada’s senior representative in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada. Prior to his appointment, he served as the Associate Vice President (Strategic Relations) at the University of Waterloo (UW) and as Executive Director of the Institute for Quantum Computing, also at UW. He was Assistant Deputy Minister (ADM) (Policy) at Industry Canada from 2004 until 2006, responsible for the Government of Canada’s policies related to foreign investment, research and development, science and technology, commercialization, intellectual property, and small business.
Dr. Daniel Woolf is the 20th Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University. He is a noted historian and proud Queen’s alumnus. Dr. Woolf is also a professor in the Department of History, where he teaches on a part-time basis, which allows him to interact with students regularly. History may be his academic field, but he has also established a reputation as a forward thinking leader. As an active user of social media, he posts a regular blog and uses Twitter to engage every day with 4,000 followers who include alumni, students, and colleagues from around the world.
|RSVP By:||Nov 27, 2012|
Alumni Relations Events Office
Telephone: 613-533-2060 ext.75403 or 1-800-267-7837
|Cancellation Policy:||In the event that you have previously registered and are unable to attend, please notify the Queen's Alumni Contact Centre before the RSVP date for a full refund at 613-533-2060 or 1-800-267-7837 (toll free Canada/US). After the RSVP date, no refunds will be available; substitutions may be possible.|