Fall Convocation - October 2021

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Fall Convocation October 2021


LUTHER COLLEGE University of Regina 2021 FALL CONVOCATION Recorded on October 4, 2021 in the Luther College Chapel Greeting & Invocation

Pastor Sean Bell Chaplain

President’s Welcome

The Rev. Dr. Marc Jerry President

Dean’s Remarks

Dr. Yvonne Petry Academic Dean History

Address to Graduands

Dr. Nicole Hansmeier Biology


Pastor Sean Bell Chaplain

THE GRADUANDS Tessa Antrobus

Certificat en français langue seconde (Distinction)

Tasbih-Batoul Bouzertit, BA

Political Science, minor in Sociology (Distinction)

Robeth Shayne Abao Cagalawan

Liberal Arts Certificate

Hayden Leigh Haubrich, BA


Shelby Rae Hein, BA

Psychology, minor in Sociology

Shelby Rae Hein

Certificate in Nonprofit Sector Leadership & Innovation

Kieran Mitchell Hughes, BSc


Adam David Benning Kalyniuk, BA

Combined Economics and History

Bryden Rei Lynne Kletchko, BA

Psychology, minor in English

Regan Brock Pawliw, BAPS

Police Studies

Hannah Emily Prosofski, BHS

Health Studies

Isaac Michael Tamlin

Liberal Arts Diploma, minor in Economics (Distinction)

Jessica Leigh Tiefenbach

Certificate in Nonprofit Sector Leadership & Innovation

Jenna Marie Young, BA


Degree Designations Distinction & Great Distinction: A high standard of achievement in degree work, based on a graduating degree average. Distinction is awarded to students with a program average of 80% to 84.99% and Great Distinction is awarded for 85% or above. Honours & High Honours: A degree program in which students take a more intensive concentration in their major area. Graduating students will be awarded Honours for a major average of 75% to 84.99% and High Honours for 85% or above. Co-op Ed & Internship: A degree program requiring students to spend a minimum of three alternating semesters in paid employment related to their academic studies. Actuarial Science majors who have completed work terms receive the internship designation. International: Awarded to Arts and Media, Art, and Performance Arts graduates who earn credits at an institution outside of Canada after admission to the University of Regina, usually through an international student exchange program.