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Stubbs, John O. '62

Stubbs, John O. '62
Winner of the Mason Gold Medal in 1962, John Stubbs began his academic career as a historian and political scientist, specializing in the history of 20th century British politics and media. Holding degrees from the University of Toronto, the London School of Economics and Oxford University, Stubbs was a teacher and administrator at Trent University and the University of Waterloo before being appointed President of Trent University in 1987, a post that he held until 1993, when he was appointed as President of Simon Fraser University in British Columbia.  He served as President of Simon Fraser until 1997.  Stubbs is an international historian and has served on the boards of many organizations including the Canada Millennium Foundation, Council of Ontario Universities and Sir Sanford Fleming College. He is currently the Vice-Chair of the The Degree Quality Assessment Board in British Columbia, an independent advisory board that ensures legislated quality assurance requirements are met for post-secondary education in British Columbia.
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