Royal Roads student wins CIC award
Tess Fuller, third year student in the BA in Justice Studies program at Royal Roads was awarded the prize for the winning student essay sponsored by the Victoria Branch of the Canadian International Council and the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria. Ms. Fuller's essay was on the topic "Why Canada needs Refugees" and was the winning entry from essays submitted by undergraduate and graduate students at UVic and Royal Roads on a foreign policy issue of interest and relevance to Canada. The winning prize was $1,000. The award was presented by the past president of the Victoria Branch, Hugh Stephens, also an associate faculty member in the School of Business, and the current president, Mr. Bob Horn.