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*Member of Christ Church Cathedral, and numerous other professional and learned societies.
 
*Member of Christ Church Cathedral, and numerous other professional and learned societies.
  
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*[[Professor_Emeritus|''Professor Emeritus'']]( 1985 )
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*Named&nbsp;''Professor Emeritus''&nbsp;(1985)
  
 
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*Born in Ayershire, Scotland, in 1920.
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*Born in 1920 (Ayershire, Scotland) and d<span style="line-height: 20.7999992370605px;">ied on November 25, 1994</span>
*Military Cross recipiant in the [[The Second World War|Second World War]], having served with the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders of the British Army
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*Military Cross recipiant in the [[The Second World War at UNB|Second World War]], having served with the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders of the British Army
*Died on Friday, November 25, 1994, at the age of 74.
 
 
*Galloway, distinguished himself as an Elizabeth Scholar and teacher, resulting in many grants and publications, inlcuding a post-doctoral research grant from the Canadian Council, in 1976.
 
*Galloway, distinguished himself as an Elizabeth Scholar and teacher, resulting in many grants and publications, inlcuding a post-doctoral research grant from the Canadian Council, in 1976.
*Prior to his arrival at UNB, Galloway taught in New Zealand.  
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*Prior to his arrival at UNB, Galloway taught in New Zealand.
 
*In December, 1987, Galloway, received an election to a Fellowship in the Royal Society of Arts (London).
 
*In December, 1987, Galloway, received an election to a Fellowship in the Royal Society of Arts (London).
  
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*Alumni Clippings
 
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Latest revision as of 08:53, 2 September 2015

Nicknames/Other names:

Education:

  • Cambridge University - England

Dates Employed: 1948 - 1985

Faculty: Arts

Department: English

Position(s) held:

  • Professor of English Literature (1948 - 1985 )
  • Department Chairman of English (1969 - 1975)

Activities/Contributions:

  • Visiting Professor at the Univeristy of Waterloo, 1967 - 1969, and director of the Shakespeare Summer Institute, at Waterloo.
  • Member of Christ Church Cathedral, and numerous other professional and learned societies.

Distinctions:

  • Named Professor Emeritus (1985)

Notes:

  • Born in 1920 (Ayershire, Scotland) and died on November 25, 1994
  • Military Cross recipiant in the Second World War, having served with the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders of the British Army
  • Galloway, distinguished himself as an Elizabeth Scholar and teacher, resulting in many grants and publications, inlcuding a post-doctoral research grant from the Canadian Council, in 1976.
  • Prior to his arrival at UNB, Galloway taught in New Zealand.
  • In December, 1987, Galloway, received an election to a Fellowship in the Royal Society of Arts (London).

Sources:

  • Montague, Susan.A Pictorial History of the University of New Brunswick. University of New Brunswick. 1992, p. 260.
  • Communications and Marketing
  • UA Case 77
  • Alumni Clippings


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