Louis Peter Visentin is a Canadian scientist and former President and Vice-Chancellor of Brandon University. Visentin held this position from May 2000 until his retirement in 2009. Visentin received his doctorate in molecular biology from the University of Michigan in 1969. Prior to assuming the role of President at Brandon University, he served as Vice President (Academic) with the University of New Brunswick. He is a former member of the National Research Council Governing Council and the Premier of Manitoba's Economic Advisory Council Image Strategy Development Task Group. Visentin was awarded the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal for service to Canada in 2002 and the Venerable Order of Saint John in 2003.
1. St. Francis Xavier University Colleges/University
The Gerald Schwartz School of Business and Information Systems is located on the campus of St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. It was named after businessman Gerald Schwartz in recognition of his donations to the university. The school hosts 15 streams of Bachelor of Business Administration studies as well as a Bachelor of Information Systems with a major or minor. The new facility, topped by a gilt dome, houses four floors of classrooms, an auditorium, lecture halls, faculty office space, seminar rooms, student service centre, lounges, research labs and meeting areas.
2011. 100 mil. $
2011. 5.11 K $
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