Gilbert D. Allardyce
Professor Emeritus in History
Convocation: October 19, 1997
Gilbert Allardyce has been described by his peers as "one of the most outstanding and influential undergraduate teachers who has ever served the University of New Brunswick."
Recipient of the national 3M Teaching Fellowship and the university's own excellence in teaching award, Dr. Allardyce has also distinguished himself as a scholar. As a historian he has focused on the moral tragedies and ethical dilemmas of 20th-century European history.
Widely published, he has been an invited contributor to the American Historical Review, one of the most prestigious professional historical journals in the world. Dr. Allardyce played an active role in promoting graduate studies within the university and his department. He retired in 1995 with 29 years of service.