G. Stuart Adam
former Carleton University posts: Professor; Director of the School of Journalism and Communication; Dean of Arts; Provost
An inspiring teacher, an eloquent writer, an astute and perceptive intellect, the foremost scholar of journalism in Canada and a gifted academic administrator, his devotion to Carleton University spanned 60 years, from his first day as an undergraduate in the Journalism program in 1959 to his last breath as Professor Emeritus. Over his career he served as Director of the School of Journalism and Communication, Dean of Arts, and Provost of the university at a critical juncture in its history. Please read the more detailed story of Stuart Adam’s life by Chris Dornan.