Sister Marie Zarowny, SSA, receives honorary degree from St. Mark's College at the May 15, 2011 Convocation
Rev. Dr. Mark Hagemoen Appointed as the New Principal/President for St. Mark's/Corpus Christi Colleges
VANCOUVER, MARCH 18 – Following an international search conducted with the assistance of an executive search firm, the Board of Directors of both Colleges announced the appointment of Rev. Dr. Mark Hagemoen as President of Corpus Christi College and Principal of St. Mark’s College, effective July 1, 2011, for a five-year term. Corpus Christi, the liberal arts college, and St. Mark’s, the theological college affiliated with the University of British Columbia (UBC), are both located on the Vancouver campus of the university.
“Rev. Dr. Hagemoen’s broad experience in management including his membership on the Colleges’ boards, his years of devotion to the youth of the Lower Mainland, his leadership in developing programs, and his understanding of and commitment to the mission of St. Mark’s and Corpus Christi make him a superb fit as our next Principal and President,” said Neysa Finnie, Chair of the Boards. “We are continuing in the footsteps of the founders of the Colleges as well as the Catholic intellectual tradition by appointing a Roman Catholic priest at the helm.”
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Dr. John J. Stapleton, Principal of St. Mark's College and President of Corpus Christi College in Vancouver, received the honorary Doctor of Sacred Letters degree from Regis College, the Jesuit Faculty of Theology at the University of Toronto. The degree was conferred on Saturday, November 20, 2010, at Regis College's Thirty-Fourth Convocation.