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Wilfrid Laurier University's main campus in Waterloo, Ontario

Wilfrid Laurier University is a public university located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and was founded in 1911 as the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada and later Waterloo Lutheran University. It was renamed Wilfrid Laurier University in 1973 by the Government of Ontario under the Wilfrid Laurier University Act in 1973.[1] The school is one of the fastest-growing universities in Canada; its enrollment doubled from 2002 to 2007, and it has 12,000 full-time undergraduate students as of 2008.[2] Wilfrid Laurier University also has two satellite campuses in Brantford and Kitchener, both in Ontario.[3][4]

People associated with Wilfrid Laurier University include faculty, alumni, staff, honorary degree recipients, chancellors, and presidents. The university has had nine chancellors, including the incumbent Michael Lee-Chin. Wilfrid Laurier University has had seven presidents, including the incumbent Max Blouw, who has served in this position since 2007.

Alumni and faculty[edit]

Fields with a have unknown values.

Alumni[edit]

Heather Munroe-Blum, principal of McGill University
Shad, hip hop musician
Name Relationship Discipline Known for Notes
Harold Albrecht Undergraduate General Member of Parliament [5]
Dean Allison Undergraduate Economics Conservative member of Parliament [6]
Ted Arnott Undergraduate Business administration Progressive Conservative member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament [7]
Matte Babel Undergraduate Communications MuchMusic VJ [8]
Paul Bennett Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League defensive back [9]
David Black Undergraduate English and anthropology Canadian Football League offensive lineman [10]
Robert Boyce Undergraduate Economics Senior lecturer at London School of Economics [11]
Nikola Budalić Undergraduate MBA Soccer player [12]
Glen Chorny Undergraduate Business and history Poker player [13]
Rod Connop Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League offensive lineman [14]
Sean Conway Undergraduate Politics Legislative Assembly of Ontario member [15]
Jean Crowder Undergraduate Psychology Politician [16]
Bill Downe Undergraduate Business Bank of Montreal president and CEO [17]
Cindy Eadie Undergraduate Economics Hockey goaltender [18]
John Estacio Undergraduate Composition Composer [19]
Ken Evraire Undergraduate Communication studies Television journalist [20]
John Glassford Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League linebacker [21]
Corey Grant Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League wide receiver [22]
Raj Grewal Undergraduate Business Member of Parliament [10]
Paul Heinbecker Research fellow Politics Canadian ambassador to the United Nations [23]
Lyndon Hooper Undergraduate Physical education Soccer player [24]
Paul James Undergraduate Sociology Soccer analyst [25]
Carl Klinck Undergraduate General Waterloo College professor [26]
Dave Knechtel Undergraduate Economics Canadian Football League defensive tackle [27]
Jenna Lambert Undergraduate Athlete Swam across Lake Ontario despite having cerebral palsy [28]
William C. Leggett Undergraduate General Queen's University principal [29]
Dave Levac Undergraduate Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [30]
Ian Logan Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League safety [31]
Peter Mackie Undergraduate Sports Waterloo Warriors head coach [32]
Brian Masse Undergraduate Sociology Member of the House of Commons of Canada [33]
Chuck McMann Undergraduate Psychology Canadian Football League player [34]
Ted McMeekin Graduate Social work Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [35]
Jacob Moon Undergraduate Music Singer-songwriter [36]
Heather Munroe-Blum Graduate Social work McGill University principal [37]
Cheryl Pounder Undergraduate Sports Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist - Ice Hockey [38]
Jim Reid Undergraduate Sports CFL player [39]
Damien Robitaille Undergraduate Classical music Musician [40]
Anthony Rota Undergraduate Politics House of Commons of Canada member [41]
Donnie Ruiz Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League free safety [42]
Jeffrey Ryan Undergraduate Music Composer [43]
Shad Undergraduate Business Hip hop musician [44]
Doug Smith Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League offensive lineman [45]
Charles Sousa Undergraduate Business Canadian Member of Provincial Parliament [46]
Lance Storm Undergraduate Business World Wrestling Entertainment professional wrestler [47]
Andre Talbot Undergraduate Sports Canadian Football League wide receiver [48]
Kenneth Tam Graduate History Science-fiction author [49]
Keegan Connor Tracy Undergraduate Social psychology Actress [50]
Ian Troop Undergraduate Business CEO, 2015 Pan Am Games [51]
Larry Uteck Graduate Sports Canadian Football League player [52]
Chris Van Vliet Undergraduate Communications Television personality and journalist [53]
Andrew Witer Undergraduate Member of the House of Commons of Canada [54]
Stephen Woodworth Undergraduate Law Politician [55]

Faculty[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Known for Notes
Kimberly Barber Professor Opera Mezzo-soprano and vocal pedagogue [56]
Marie Bountrogianni Assistant professor Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [57]
Phelim Boyle Professor Finance Initiating the use of Monte Carlo methods in option pricing [58]
Jim Breithaupt Board of Governors member Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [59]
Terry Copp Professor emeritus Military history Professor [60]
Craig Fleisher Professor Economics Researcher [61]
Walter Hachborn Board of Governors member Co-founder of Home Hardware [62]
Brian Henderson Director of Laurier Press Poet [63]
Shohini Ghose Professor Physics [64]
Carroll H. Little Professor Theology Acting president[65] of Evangelical Lutheran Seminary and Waterloo College, 1918-1920, 1929-1931, and 1942-1944 [66]
Morgan Holmes Professor Sociology Intersex activist and scholar [67]
Tuffy Knight Coach Sports Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks head coach [68]
John Warwick Montgomery Chairman History Chairman of the Department of History [69]
Kim Ondaatje Lecturer Literature Part-time lecturer [70]
John Reimer Board of Governors member Member of Parliament [71]
Adele Reinhartz Dean Literature Dean of Graduate Studies and Research [72]
Roger Sarty Professor Military history Canadian Forces Maritime Command historian [73]
Lindsay Shepherd Teaching assistant Communication studies Free-speech activism [74]
Linda Catlin Smith Professor Music theory Professor of composition Wilfrid Laurier [75]
Andrew Telegdi Board of Governors member Former Liberal Member of Parliament in the House of Commons of Canada (1993-2008) [76]
Norman Wagner Dean of graduate studies Literature Archaeologist [77]
Darren Wershler-Henry Assistant professor Communication studies Experimental poet [78]

Honorary degree recipients[edit]

DDiv – Doctor of Divinity; DLitt – Doctor of Letters; LLD – Doctor of Laws
Jean Chrétien, former Prime Minister of Canada
Richard Goldstone, South African judge
George Hees, politician
Name Degree Year Known for Notes
John Black Aird LLD November 1975 Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Canada [79]
Raffi Armenian LLD June 1991 Conductor, pianist, composer, and teacher [80]
Lloyd Axworthy LLD June 2008 Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada [81]
Thomas Axworthy LLD June 2003 Principal Secretary of Canada [82]
Maude Barlow DLitt June 2004 National chairperson of The Council of Canadians [83]
James Bartleman LLD June 2007 Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario [84]
Derek Burney LLD June 1998 Progressive Conservative Party of Canada political strategist [85]
Micheline Charest LLD June 1997 Founder of Cookie Jar Group [86]
David Barr Chilton DLitt June 2006 Author and self-publisher of The Wealthy Barber [87]
Jean Chrétien LLD May 1981 Prime Minister of Canada [88]
John E. Cleghorn LLD October 1991 Chief executive officer of Royal Bank of Canada [89]
Terry Copp LLD June 2005 Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University [90]
Thomas d'Aquino LLD June 2002 Chief executive officer of Canadian Council of Chief Executives [91]
Maureen Kempston Darkes LLD June 1998 General Motors vice president [92]
William Grenville Davis LLD October 1963 Progressive Conservative Premier of Ontario [93]
Paul Desmarais LLD May 1979 Fifth richest person in Canada [94]
John George Diefenbaker LLD November 1968 Prime Minister of Canada [95]
Pat Doherty DLitt October 1993 Vice president of Sinn Féin [96]
Howard Dyck LLD May 1996 Conductor and broadcaster [97]
Deborah Ellis DLitt June 2005 Winner of the Governor General's Award [98]
John English DLitt May 1992 Academic [99]
Willard Zebedee Estey LLD May 1977 Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada [100]
John Robert Evans LLD May 1975 Chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation [101]
Timothy Findley DLitt June 2001 Novelist and playwright [102]
Donald Methuen Fleming LLD October 1967 Official of the International Monetary Fund [103]
Maureen Forrester LLD November 1975 Operatic contralto [103]
Franklin Clark Fry LLD October 1963 Lutheran clergyman [104]
Richard Goldstone LLD October 1995 South African judge [105]
Buzz Hargrove LLD June 2004 National president of the Canadian Auto Workers [106]
George Harris Hees LLD May 1961 Politician [107]
Paul Heinbecker LLD May 1993 Canadian ambassador to the United Nations [108]
James Hillier LLD May 2002 Built the first electron microscope in North America [109]
Mel Hurtig LLD October 1985 President of the Art Gallery of Alberta [110]
Diamond Jenness LLD May 1962 Anthropology [111]
Russell Johnson LLD June 2003 Actor, played "The Professor" on Gilligan's Island [112]
Urho Kaleva Kekkonen LLD October 1961 Prime Minister of Finland [113]
Anton Kuerti DLitt June 2005 Concert pianist [114]
John Francis Leddy LLD November 1972 President of the University of Windsor [115]
Michael Lee-Chin LLD October 2008 Executive of AIC Limited [116]
William Leggett LLD October 1994 Principal of Queen's University [117]
Stephen Lewis LLD May 1988 Social science scholar-in-residence at McMaster University [118]
Arthur Reginald Marsden Lower DLitt May 1964 Royal Navy officer [119]
William Ross Macdonald LLD May 1964 Lieutenant Governor of Ontario [120]
Allan Joseph MacEachen LLD October 1976 Deputy Prime Minister of Canada [121]
Hugh MacLennan DLitt October 1961 Recipient of the Governor General's Award [122]
Paul Joseph James Martin LLD May 1967 Politician [123]
Paul Martin LLD June 2001 Governor General's Award [124]
Burton Matthews LLD June 1996 President of the University of Guelph [125]
Marnie McBean LLD June 1999 Rower at the 2000 Summer Olympics [126]
Jack McClelland DLitt May 1994 Publisher [127]
Loreena McKennitt DLitt December 2002 Celtic music singer [128]
Walter McLean LLD May 1995 Member of Parliament [129]
Norah Evangeline Michener LLD November 1969 Wife of Governor General of Canada [130]
Charles Hibbert Millard LLD May 1970 Trade union activist [131]
John A. Miller DDiv May 1966 Roller coaster designer [132]
Heather Munroe-Blum LLD October 2005 Principal of McGill University [133]
Jan Narveson DLitt May 1989 Professor at University of Waterloo [134]
Peter C. Newman LLD May 1983 Journalist [135]
Christopher Newton DLitt June 1997 Artistic director of the Shaw Festival [136]
Landon Pearson LLD May 1995 Canadian senator [137]
Lester Bowles Pearson LLD December 1964 Prime Minister of Canada [138]
John A. Pollock LLD October 2001 Chancellor of Wilfrid Laurier University [139]
Jack Rabinovitch LLD October 2007 Founder of the Scotiabank Giller Prize [140]
John Parmenter Robarts LLD May 1971 Premier of Ontario [141]
Philip Bernard Rynard LLD October 1979 Physician, surgeon, and politician [142]
Nafis Sadik LLD October 1995 Special adviser to the Secretary-General of the United Nations [143]
Edward Togo Salmon DLitt November 1974 Ancient historian [144]
Myron S. Scholes LLD October 2005 Co-author of the Black–Scholes model [145]
Carol Shields DLitt October 2000 Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction [146]
Joseph Roberts Smallwood LLD May 1962 Premier of Newfoundland [147]
Edna Staebler DLitt October 1984 Cookbook author [148]
Mark Starowicz DLitt June 2001 Journalist and producer [149]
David Strangway LLD June 1997 Founder of Quest University [150]
John Sweeney LLD May 1992 Politician and educator [151]
Frank Turner LLD October 2001 Member of the Million Dead band [152]
Kurt Waldheim LLD May 1974 Secretary-General of the United Nations [153]
David James Walker LLD May 1976 Politician [154]
Pamela Wallin DLitt June 1999 Television journalist [155]
Patrick Watson LLD October 1989 Broadcaster, author, and commentator [156]
Sheila Watt-Cloutier LLD October 2008 Inuit activist [157]
Rudy Wiebe DLitt June 1991 Professor at the University of Alberta [158]
Eric Alfred Winkler LLD November 1974 Politician [159]
Klaus Woerner LLD October 1999 Founder of ATS Automation Tooling Systems [160]
John Yaremko LLD May 1969 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [161]

Administration[edit]

Chancellors[edit]

Wilfrid Laurier University has had eleven chancellors.[162]

Maureen Forrester, the university's fifth chancellor
# Name Term
1 William Daum Euler May 20, 1961 – July 1961
2 Ross Macdonald December 6, 1964 – June 1972
3 Paul Martin Sr. June 1972 – April 30, 1977
4 John Black Aird July 4, 1977 – July 3, 1985
5 Maureen Forrester May 25, 1986 – May 29, 1990
6 Willard Estey July 12, 1990 – October 30, 1995
7 John Cleghorn October 27, 1996 – June 10, 2003
8 Bob Rae September 1, 2003 – March 30, 2008
9 John A. Pollock March 31, 2008 – Oct 27, 2011
10 Michael Lee-Chin Oct 28, 2011 – Sept 13, 2016
11 Eileen Mercier Sept 14, 2016 - Current

Presidents[edit]

Wilfrid Laurier University has had eight presidents.[163]

# Name Term
1 William Villaume 1960–1966
2 Frank Peters 1967–1978
3 Neale Tayler 1978–1982
4 John A. Weir 1982–1992
5 Lorna Marsden 1992–1997
6 Robert Rosehart 1997–2006
7 Max Blouw 2007–2017
8 Deborah MacLatchy 2017–present

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