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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Alexis Gauvin, Student in the Faculty of Engineering at the Université de Moncton, Named First Recipient of the Bourse Rhéal-Hébert

From left: Jacques Paul Couturier, acting president and vice-chancellor; Gilles C. Roy, dean of the Faculty of Engineering; Alexis Gauvin, student; Annette Hébert, Mr. Hébert’s sister; and Jacques Bourque, representing Mr. Hébert’s university friends, family and friends.
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Alexis Gauvin, a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) program at the Faculty of Engineering of the Université de Moncton, is the first recipient of the Bourse Rhéal-Hébert valued at $700. The scholarship was presented to Alexis in the presence of Annette Hébert, Mr. Hébert’s sister, and Jacques Bourque, donor and friend of Mr. Hébert, at the faculty’s annual banquet held this past April 7.

More than 30 years after Rhéal Hébert’s death, his university friends, family and friends created the Fonds de bourses Rhéal-Hébert to honour his memory and legacy. The Bourse Rhéal-Hébert is awarded to Francophone students from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island who are registered in the first year of an engineering program during the period immediately following receipt of their high school diploma and who have an excellent academic record.

Congratulations and best wishes for success to the recipient, Alexis Gauvin, and sincere thanks to all donors for their generous support of students in their academic endeavours.

The Fonds de bourses Rhéal-Hébert brochure is available online (in French).

To make a donation to the Université de Moncton or for information on how to do so, please contact the Philanthropic Development Office by phone at 506-858-4130 or 1-888-362-1144, by email at developpement@umoncton.ca or visit the Evolution Fundraising Campaign website.
Source : Direction des communications, des affaires publiques et du marketing
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