turns 40! Let's celebrate!
of Registrars of the Universities of Canada was created in 1964
in response to the professional needs of student administrative
services personnel in universities. In 1974 the Association's name
was changed to the Association of Registrars of the Universities
and Colleges of Canada to reflect the increasing role of the colleges
in this professional field and in the activities of the Association.
and relevant keynote speakers!
a stimulating and insightful program which includes keynote addresses
from three interesting Canadians - each prominent for their expertise
in a different subject area:
On Monday, Michael
Geist, a law professor at the University of Ottawa,
specializing in Internet and e-commerce law, speaks on the topic
of Privacy and Expectations.
gives insight into "The Power of Laughter". In addition
to being Conestoga College's first graduate, Neil is an actor, former
broadcast executive and radio personality.
in celebration of its 40th Anniversary, ARUCC is pleased to present
Stephen Lewis to give
the closing keynote address of the 2004 Conference. Stephen Lewis
has had extensive experience as a politician, diplomat and humanitarian.
A passionate advocate of the rights and needs of children, he was
appointed Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa by UN Secretary-General
Kofi Annan in 2001.