Peter George, former President of McMaster University, received the 2011 David C. Smith Award for his contributions to the university sector on October 12, 2011 in Toronto, ON. George spoke about how ...

Peter George at the 2011 David C. Smith Award Dinner

Published: October 14, 2011

Peter George, former President of McMaster University, received the 2011 David C. Smith Award for his contributions to the university sector on October 12, 2011 in Toronto, ON. George spoke about how the postsecondary sector can move towards a renewed provincial strategic plan for higher education.

I believe that the task of all leaders is to live in two worlds; one of the world as it is and another of as it could be – and to somehow love them both. — Peter George Former President of McMaster University

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