In 2013, during the first year of the MPNL program, Donald K. Johnson launched a new award of $5,000 for an outstanding graduate student entering or continuing in the program. Recently, he tripled his pledge, supporting three awards in 2023.

“Philanthropy is important in business and life,” says the former Vice-Chairman of BMO Nesbitt Burns. “I’m passionate about philanthropy and have a deep belief in education.”

“Mr. Johnson’s support was crucial when we launched the program,” explains Dr. Susan Phillips, MPNL Graduate Supervisor.

Visit PANL Perspectives for the rest of the story, including profiles of past MPNL recipients of the award.

Sunday, January 23, 2022 in
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