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Kevin McCormick was born on 1965. Discover Kevin McCormick’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
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Kevin McCormick Net Worth
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Timeline of Kevin McCormick
McCormick established the Canadian Homeless Veterans’ Network, where he supports veterans through donations to shelters and service industries. In addition, he has used his own funds to create bursaries and scholarships to benefit members of the Canadian military and their families, and worked with the Canadian Armed Forces to create educational programs.
McCormick received the Community Builders’ Award of Excellence for Education from Laurentian Media in 2012.
And as Honorary Colonel, in 2018, McCormick represented the Irish Regiment of Canada attending the Prince of Wale’s 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration.
In 2018, McCormick was named Fellow, Community Shift by KPMG Enterprise and Ivey Business School.
In 2017, McCormick was named a recipient of the Senate of Canada 150 Medal and a Knight, First Class, of the Order of the White Rose of Finland.
In 2016, McCormick received a National Commendation by the Minister of Veterans Affairs.
In 2016, McCormick was the recipient of Paul Harris Fellowship, presented by the Sunrisers and Rotary Club of Sudbury.
In 2015, McCormick was awarded the International Human Rights Award by the Vitanova Foundation and the International Peace Medal by the YMCA.
On October 8, 2015, Huntington University launched the Canadian Finnish Institute, to highlight the relationship between Finnish peoples and Canada. The centre is unique for Canada, and serves many different functions:
McCormick founded Project Honour and Preserve, a program that seeks to raise awareness of the sacrifices and contributions made by Canadian Veterans. As part of this program, McCormick finds lost items belonging to Veterans and repatriates them with their owners or families of the Veterans, at his own expense. In 2014, he travelled across Canada to present items to various museums and veterans associations. He expanded the program in 2016 to include items from the United States and the United Kingdom.
In 2012, Dr. McCormick led the United Way campaign for Sudbury and Nipissing districts and helped raise close to $2 million for 52 community-based programs.
In recognition of his public service, McCormick was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012, as well as the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal in 2002.
In 2011, the Minister of National Defence, Peter MacKay, named McCormick the Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the Irish Regiment of Canada. He served in the role until December 2017, when he was appointed Honorary Colonel of the Irish Regiment of Canada.
In 2010, McCormick was named as a Member of the Order of the Crown of Thailand by the Kingdom of Thailand. And in 2019, was elevated to the Member (Fifth Class) of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant.
In the 2010, McCormick also named a Member of the Venerable Order of St. John, awarded by The Right Honourable David Johnston.
He received the Award of Excellence for Humanitarianism by Chiangrai Rajabhat University in 2008.
McCormick was a Fellow of Bethune College. and an instructor in the Sociology Department at York University. In 1997, he joined Georgian College as Dean of the Institute of University Partnerships and Advanced Studies, where McCormick was responsible for establishing undergraduate and graduate programming. This resulted in the creation of the Police Studies and Automotive Management degree programs, and the Cyberspace Security post-graduate program. In 2006, McCormick joined Huntington University as President and Vice-Chancellor, where he continues to preside today. At Huntington University, he has overseen the establishment of the several centres of excellence including the Lougheed Teaching and Learning Centre, the Canadian Institute for Studies in Aging, the Canadian Institute for International Policing and the Canadian Finnish Institute. In 2019, Dr. McCormick as appointed as a Governor in Council for the National Seniors Council.
McCormick, K. R., & Visano, L. A. (1992). Canadian penology: Advanced perspectives and research. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, McCormick studied sociology at York University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in 1990 and a master’s degree in 1992. McCormick went on to complete his PhD in Sociology, supervised Livy A. Visano, and focused his research on penology.
Kevin R. E. McCormick FRSA (born 1965) is the eighth President and Vice-Chancellor of Huntington University, located in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. He served as Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the 2nd Battalion, Irish Regiment of Canada from 2011-2017. He was appointed Honorary Colonel of the Irish Regiment of Canada in December 2017.