CITT

by MM&D Staff

CITT has announced the winners of its 2010 Academic Awards.

Jacquie Meyers, CITT, of Meyers Transportation Services has earned the James T Mackenzie Memorial Award, CITT’s most prestigious academic honour. The award is issued to the student with the highest overall academic standing in a graduating class.

David Low
of Canada Post has won the Charles Laferle Memorial Award, which is presented by the Canadian Industrial Transportation Association (CITA) to the student with the highest combined mark for Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes.

Grace Di Marca
, CITT, of Kuehne & Nagel International has earned the Thomas J McTague Memorial Award, which is presented by CITA to the student with the highest academic standing in Integrated Logistics.

Darlene Robinson-Lynch, CITT, of Synergex Logistics has been named this year’s winner of the J Stuart Robertson Memorial Award, which is presented by the Canadian Transportation Education Foundation (CTEF) to the student with the highest academic standing in Transportation Law.

Spensor Hammond
, CITT, of Heidelberg Canada has earned the Charles D Edsforth Memorial Award, which the CTEF awards to the student with the highest standing in Transportation Economics.

Xia (Monica) Davidson, CITT, of Wheels Group has won the Robert A Hains Award, which the CTEF presents to the student with the highest academic standing in Logistics Decision Making.

Finally, Shawn Pettis of the Department of National Defence has earned the Unique Personnel Human Resources Award, which is presented by the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada to the student with the highest academic standing in the Organizational Behaviour business knowledge course.

The winners will be recognized at an awards dinner on Friday, October 29 in Vancouver, British Columbia at Reposition 2010, CITT’s annual conference.