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Douglas College awards an Honorary Fellow designation to recognize outstanding achievement or distinguished service by an individual on a community, provincial, national, or international scale. Honorary Fellows serve to inspire graduates and reflect the values of the College. One or more Honorary Fellow designations may be conferred at the February and June convocation ceremonies.
Indigenous health-care leader and award-winning actor Dr. Evan Adams received Douglas College's highest honour. Read more.
The homeless and housing advocates' numerous achievements include building community support for a permanent shelter for persons without a home in the Tri-Cities in the face of aggressive opposition from surrounding neighbourhoods. Read more
Douglas College is presenting its 2018 Honorary Fellow award to Bard on the Beach founder Christopher Gaze.
New Westminster Police Chief Dave Jones received Douglas College’s highest distinction for his tireless work and dedication to keeping the community safe.
Douglas College presented its 2016 Honorary
Fellow Award to environmental conservationist Dr. Elaine Golds.
For Wally Oppal, one of the most challenging roles of his career involved overseeing the provincial Missing Women Commission of Inquiry. Read more
Douglas College is today awarding its highest distinction, honorary fellowship, to Dr. Julio Montaner, a renowned researcher and pioneer in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Douglas College will award business and community leader Peter Legge with the College’s highest distinction today.
A New Westminster eye doctor who has provided free surgery and eyeglasses for thousands of needy people around the world has been selected as the recipient of Douglas College’s highest distinction.
Radio legend Bill Hughes and youth justice leader Tim Agg have been selected as the first-ever recipients of Douglas College's highest honour.
Honorary Fellow policy (pdf)