Frank Fowlie, the Ombudsman for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is the Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award for his alma mater. The University of Regina bestows the award on a graduate who, over the course of a lifetime, has distinguished himself or herself on a regional, national or international basis in any field of endeavor.
Fowlie earned his Bachelor of Human Justice from the U of R in 1992 while he was working as an officer for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He credits the unusual academic credential for opening many doors, including his current position. (University of Regina Alumni.)
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