Special recognition in the form of named scholarships is given to the following because of their contributions to the work of CFUW Fredericton.
Jean Campbell Argue graduated from McGill University in 1932. She took an active part in university, local and national organizations. She was the first president of the University of New Brunswick Faculty Wives’ Club, served as vice president of the National Federation of University Women and was president of the Fredericton Chapter of the National Council of Women.
Marjorie Barberie Logue graduated from UNB with a Bachelor of Science (1941) and a Master of Science (1946). She was manager of the UNB Bookstore for 27 years. Mrs. Logue was a longstanding member of the Canadian Federation of University Women (Fredericton) and founded its annual book fair fundraiser in 1964.
Beatrice Phillips graduated from Acadia University in 1922 and completed post-graduate studies at the Universities of Toronto and London. She was a faculty member at Fredericton High School from 1926 to 1972 during which time she built the library into the centre it is today. Bea was a founding member of the Canadian Federation of University Women (Fredericton) in 1944 and served as president from 1944 to 1946. She was also honorary president of the John Howard Society (Fredericton).
Charlotte Van Dine was a graduate of UNB in 1947 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. After a year of Secretarial College she began her successful business career in Montreal. She was a member of the Canadian Federation of University Women (Fredericton) and served as president of the Federation of Business Professional Women’s Clubs of Canada.
Althea Warren Macaulay earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from UNB in 1939, her Master of Science (Biology) Degree from Clark University (Worcester, Massachusetts) in 1940, and Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Biology) from the University of Toronto in 1950. In 1951 she was awarded a Beaverbrook Overseas Scholarship. Dr. Macaulay has been a long-time member of the UNB Alumni and Alumnae Associations and served as their representative on the Board of Governors and Senate. In 1990, she was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree from UNB. Dr. Macaulay is a longstanding member of the Canadian Federation of University Women (Fredericton) where she was involved with the annual Book Fair and the Education and Scholarships Committee.
Nora Ni Chuiv graduated from the National University of Ireland with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematical Science (1964) and a Master of Arts in Mathematical Science (1967). In 1965-1966, Nora attended an intensive French course in Fribourg and then went to the Universitè de Lausanne where she continued her studies in mathematics. Nora earned a Master of Science (1970) and a PhD (1973) from the University of Washington. She joined the faculty of the University of New Brunswick in 1973 as a member of the Mathematics Department. Nora pursued research in statistics at the University of Edinburgh and the University of Maryland. In 1991 she became an Associate of the Society of Actuaries. Since 1980 her area of research has been Operations Research. Nora joined CFUW Fredericton in 1985 where she held the position of Treasurer and served as co-convener of the Book Fair Committee.