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In This Issue 41

Mark your calendars for the 2018 Class of 1965 Teaching Excellence Award Public Lecture!

Monday, 29 October at 1900 in Currie Hall

 

In This Issue 41

1. Ex Cadets and More in the News
2. 6439 Hugh Spence Reflects on Another Era At RMC
3. The Reunion – Sixty Years On
4. More from 21407 Jen Causey: Organizational Culture, Leadership, and the Power of Being Yourself
5. Golden Oldies
6. Then and Now: Reliving the 1961 CSC Royal Roads Recruit Obstacle Race
7. Keeping Tabs
8. Dr. Marie-Michèle Doucet Brings Passion for Teaching to the History Department
9. Dr. B Asks, “What are you reading?” – The current CWC replies
10. The Fundamentals Don’t Change
11. Recent Happenings
12. Varsity Season Preview | RMC Paladins Fencing
13. Dr. Darrell Menard: How do I get started? “…start out low and progress slowly”
14. The Surprise Battalion Command
15. Deaths

16. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES (sponsored) Nos offres d’emploi
17. ArchivesHere
18. RMC Athletics Wall of Distinction Nominations Open / Soumettez votre candidature pour le MRS maintenant !
19. The RMC Club of Canada is seeking to fill the position of E.D. / Le Club des CMR cherche à pourvoir le poste de D.G.

Paladins Weekly Roundup // Résumé des sports Paladins

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A notable RMC related activity. There will be 25 countries in attendance. The conference has 9 symposia, 106 individual papers and 5 Keynote Speakers.

For more info – The IMTA website is here: http://www.imta.info/home.aspx

More from 21407 Jen Causey: Organizational Culture, Leadership, and the Power of Being Yourself

Organizational Culture, Leadership, and the Power of Being Yourself Military officers are thrust into leadership positions very early in their career. A newly commissioned Second Lieutenant in the Army is often immediately in charge of a platoon of 30 soldiers. They are responsible for their training, administration, well-being, and overall operational readiness. They are also…

Then and Now: Reliving the 1961 CSC Royal Roads Recruit Obstacle Race

Above (taken at the Lower Pond): on the left in the safari hat is 6610 Dave ‘Coop’ Cooper (Fraser Flight and my first year cabin-mate), next to Coop in the blue is 6602 Jim ‘Jacques’ Cale (Fraser Flight), next to Jacques is 6604 Jim ‘Fats’ Carruthers (Fraser Flight), then 6611 Doug ‘Copious’ Cope (Fraser Flight),…

Keeping Tabs

23555 Nadia Shields – Combat Officer at Department of National Defence 26535 Marc-André Plante – Flight Instructor M0064 Ron Boyce – Deputy Program Manager at General Dynamics Land Systems 23871 Justina H.K. Mang – Doctorate Student – Social Sciences 18504 Greg Pada – Driving the movement to Data Centric Project Execution 17121 Caroline Fortier – Director of Programs – Fighters…

Dr. Marie-Michèle Doucet Brings Passion for Teaching to the History Department

“It’s certainly never boring!” Article by 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt It may come as a surprise to some, but not every professor in RMC’s history department is an ex-Cadet. Dr. Marie-Michele Doucet, for example, admits she didn’t know much about the College before coming here in 2016. “Many of my colleagues at the History department are…