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TABLE OF CONTENTS THE UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH ..................................................................................................... 3 THE UNIVERSITY MACE ............................................................................................................. 4

UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH CREST.................................................................................................. 4 CONFERRING THE DEGREE / GRANTING THE DIPLOMA .......................................................... 5 ACADEMIC REGALIA ................................................................................................................... 5

WELCOME ................................................................................................................................... 6

CEREMONY OF ADMISSION TO DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS ......................................................... 8 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2017 10:00 A.M. CEREMONY ....................................................................................................... 9 1:00 P.M. CEREMONY ........................................................................................................ 10 4:00 P.M. CEREMONY ......................................................................................................... 11 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2017 10:00 A.M. CEREMONY ..................................................................................................... 12 1:00 P.M. CEREMONY ........................................................................................................ 13 4:00 P.M. CEREMONY ......................................................................................................... 14 THE GRYPHON STATUE............................................................................................................. 15

LIST OF GRADUATES COLLEGE OF ARTS ............................................................................................................. 16 COLLEGE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE .................................................................................. 17 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS ......................................................................... 19 COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE ...................................................... 21 COLLEGE OF SOCIAL AND APPLIED HUMAN SCIENCES ................................................... 23 ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ................................................................................. 26 ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE ..................................................................................... 28

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THE UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH

The University of Guelph is like no other university in Canada. Research-intensive and learner-centred, our campuses span urban hubs and rural communities. We are known for excellence in the arts and sciences, and for our commitment to developing exceptional thinkers and engaged citizens. U of G has nearly 28,000 undergraduate and graduate students at our campuses in Guelph, Toronto and Ridgetown, including 1,200 international students from more than 100 countries. More than 150 years after the launch of our founding colleges, and more than 50 years since the establishment of the University of Guelph, we now have 122,000 alumni living in 150 countries.

Our students, faculty and staff pursue active inquiry and exercise creativity across a range of disciplines -physical and life sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, business, agricultural and veterinary sciences. Known for its beautiful, safe campuses and welcoming, supportive culture, U of G blends historical and modern architecture with cutting-edge technology.

Our living and learning environments encourage exploration and the interdisciplinary sharing of new ideas, critical for meeting challenges posed by our more complex and interconnected world. Our faculty scholars and researchers provide students with groundbreaking research opportunities, in laboratories, art studios, libraries and in the field.

Student engagement is fundamental to learning and research at U of G. By focusing on the “whole student,� we give University of Guelph graduates the tools and skills to make a difference in our ever-changing world. At Guelph, we turn knowledge into action.

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THE UNIVERSITY MACE

Created by Guelph artisan Harold Muller and presented to the University by the citizens of Guelph, the mace is carried in the academic procession by the beadle. It is topped by the silver crown of Queen Victoria (reigning monarch when two of the founding colleges were established) and decorated with native Canadian stones. Below the crown are the insignias of Queen Elizabeth II, the founding colleges, and four plaques bearing the coats of arms of Canada, Ontario, the City of Guelph, and the University. The crown is mounted on pine from the former Massey Library and supported by metal forged from an old Ontario farm implement. Sixteen symbols on the shank represent the arts, sciences and various college activities.

UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH CREST

The University of Guelph crest was designed by Eric Arthur and John Hall of the University of Toronto School of Architecture. The three components of the design — the crest, shield and motto — represent the University’s ties with the City of Guelph and the University of Toronto (the degree-granting body for the founding colleges before the University of Guelph was incorporated in 1964). The white stallion in the crest links U of G with the House of Hanover’s coat of arms. The name “Guelph” comes from “Welfen,” the family name of the House of Hanover, which intermarried with the English royal line. The three-part shield combines a book (symbolizing learning, the liberal arts and the UofT connection), an astrolabe (symbolizing science), and a cornucopia (a symbol for abundance and agriculture). The crest and shield are used with or without the University of Guelph motto rerum cognoscere causas, is a quote from Virgil that means “to learn the meaning of reality.”

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ACADEMIC REGALIA

The wearing of academic costume is a tradition that has continued since the Middle Ages, when the first Universities were founded. The regalia vary slightly from one University to another, and within a University, according to the status of the wearer. At the University of Guelph, the Undergraduate’s and Master’s gowns are black, Doctorate gowns are blue. The colours for the degrees are as follows: Bachelor of Applied Science – blue Bachelor of Arts – white Bachelor of Arts and Science – narrow white and gold Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management – red and gold Bachelor of Commerce – taupe Bachelor of Computing – dark blue Bachelor of Engineering – dark green Bachelor of Landscape Architecture – orange Bachelor of Science – gold Bachelor of Science in Agriculture – yellow Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences – purple Bachelor of Science in Technology – narrow blue and gold Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – brown Master of Applied Nutrition – pale gold/pale green Master of Applied Science –gold/green Master of Arts – white Master of Arts (Leadership) – white Master of Bioinformatics – gold/red Master of Business Administration – grey/silver Master of Engineering – green Master of Environmental Sciences – purple Master of Fine Arts – red and white Master of Landscape Architecture – orange Master of Planning – dark green Master of Public Health – blue Master of Science – gold Master of Science (Planning) – gold Doctor of Philosophy – gold with blue cord Doctor of Veterinary Science – gold with gold cord

CONFERRING THE DEGREE / GRANTING THE DIPLOMA

The dignified ceremonials used for conferring degrees have evolved from rituals used in the 12th and 13th century church. Early students were usually clerks in holy orders, monks or priests who wore a habit or cloak with a cowl or hood. Modern academic costume has its roots in the colourful robes introduced by Oxford and Cambridge 600 years ago.

The Convocation ceremony is also an ancient tradition. The ceremony begins with the arrival of the mace, symbol of the University, and the Chancellor, our Senior Executive Officer. The Chancellor confers the degree or grants the diploma while the Beadle places the hood over the recipient’s shoulders. At the University of Guelph, the Beadle – another link between the University and its clerical roots – is the Secretary of Senate. The presentation of the parchment is the final act of the ceremony.

The Bachelor’s hood is edged with the distinctive colour. The Master’s hood is the same as the Bachelor’s except that it features a double edge.

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I am pleased to welcome everyone to convocation and to congratulate our graduates and their families on this very special occasion.

To the graduating class of 2017:

Celebrating convocation means you have completed one phase of the journey of your life.

Today we celebrate the culmination of years of hard work and perseverance, inspiration and discovery. Today we recognize our graduates’ potential to use what they have learned to shape their life and to transform our planet.

During your time at the University of Guelph, you have had opportunities to think, to challenge, to test and to learn.

Now it’s up to you to chart a course for the future. It’s up to you to decide how you will enrich your own life and the lives of others, as well as your community and our larger society.

I am an optimist by nature. In many ways, we are living through what might be remembered as one of the most exciting and important periods in history. Today is not the end of your journey, it is really just the beginning of your new life.

Your time with us at Guelph has prepared you as a new generation of leaders. We are counting on you to use what you have learned and experienced to make the right choices for yourselves and for others in our world.

Life is, in fact, what the University of Guelph is all about. “Changing Lives, Improving Life” is our brand, our identity. It reflects our teaching and research strengths, our contributions to society, and our commitment to enriching the minds and lives of students in hopes that what you’ve learned will serve you – and all of us – well.

Good luck in the next phase of your journey – one that matters to you and to others around you. Congratulations!

To our graduates I say, our world needs more people like you. Our world needs more of the University of Guelph.

David Mirvish Chancellor

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Franco J. Vaccarino President and Vice-Chancellor

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Congratulations and welcome to the alumni family!

Welcome to the University of Guelph’s 2017 winter convocation when we join as a community to celebrate the successful completion of a critical stage in your life’s learning. For some of you, it signals immediate passage to further academic studies. For others, it provides a gateway for career development and a lifetime of learning experiences. No matter the path directly before you, there is no doubt that your University of Guelph education is a superb foundation for all that life will present. I can tell you that your participation in Guelph’s research and scholarship, creative teaching and learning environment, and its service and outreach activities will bear lifelong gifts.

Today is the day you become a lifetime member of the University of Guelph Alumni Association (UGAA) — a family of more than 122,000 graduates that spans 150 countries across the globe. The University of Guelph has been an integral part of your life for the past several years and your graduation is an important milestone. We celebrate your achievements and share your excitement about the future — the possibilities are limitless! As you set out on your journey, we encourage you to stay connected to your alma mater.

Wherever life takes you, we are here to help you remain actively engaged in the life of the University. We will keep you informed of news and events, and we can help you stay in touch with classmates and friends. Membership in the UGAA has its privileges! When you have a moment, take a look at the exclusive services and benefits available to U of G alumni. All of the information is on our website at www.alumni.uoguelph.ca. Visit regularly as we are always adding and improving the perks and advantages for U of G grads.

On behalf of the University’s Board of Governors, congratulations on the completion of your academic program. We are proud of your achievement. Thank you for your contributions to the University, and best wishes for continued success! Sincerely,

While graduation may seem like an ending of sorts, it is the beginning of an exciting new chapter. On behalf of the UGAA, I wish you all the best in your personal and professional endeavours.

Kevin Golding Chair, Board of Governors

Brandon Gorman, B.Comm. ‘06 President, University of Guelph Alumni Association

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CEREMONY OF ADMISSION TO DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS

The graduating class will enter the ceremonial area and be seated.

It is not necessary for guests of the graduands and University to rise at this time.

The graduating class and guests are requested to rise when the Chancellor of the University and the academic procession enter the ceremonial area.

Members of the faculty, platform party, graduating class and guests are invited to remain standing for the playing of O Canada! and the invocation.

Following the convocation address, the Vice-Chancellor will request members of the graduating class to rise, and will present the graduands to the Chancellor. The Vice-Chancellor will request members of the graduating class to be seated. Graduands will be presented in the order indicated in the program.

Graduands will advance and receive their various and several degrees and diplomas at the hands of the Chancellor. Please withhold applause until all graduands receiving a specific degree/diploma have had their degrees/diplomas conferred.

As the graduates return to their seats, they will be congratulated by alumni.

When the degrees and diplomas have been conferred upon all graduands present, the Vice-Chancellor of the University will ask the Chancellor to confer the various and several degrees and diploma on graduands not present.

After the Chancellor has dismissed convocation, the guests will stand until the academic procession has left the ceremonial area. Guests wishing to take photographs during the ceremony are asked to do so without leaving their places.

The University of Guelph approved the graduands appearing in this program as of Tuesday, January 31, 2017. Graduands approved following this date will not be listed in the program but those in attendance will have their names read at the appropriate time during their ceremony.

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O’ Canada!

O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot-love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The true north strong and free. From far and wide, O Canada, We stand on guard for thee. God keep our land, glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee! Ô Canada! Terre de nos aïeux, Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux! Car ton bras sait porter l'épée, Il sait porter la croix! Ton histoire est une épopée Des plus brillants exploits. Et ta valeur, de foi trempée, Protégera nos foyers et nos droits; Protégera nos foyers et nos droits. Chief Marshal

Dr. Coral Murrant, Professor, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences Piper

Bruce MacDonald, Teeswater Beadles

Genevieve Gauthier-Chalifour, University Secretary

Hilary Jarvis, Assistant University Secretary and Judicial Officer

Kate Revington, University Secretary Floral Display

Ron Dutton, Greenhouse Manager, Bovey Greenhouse Officials of the University appearing in this program at the time of printing may be required to appoint a designate to fulfill their ceremony functions in the Convocation Ceremonies.


INTRODUCTION Rachel Michael

The assembly will rise at the sound of the piper for the procession of graduates and convocation fanfare, and remain standing until after the Invocation.

College of Biological Science PROGRAM OF CEREMONY Wednesday, February 22, 2017 10:00 A.M. Jonathan Newman, Dean, College of Biological Science, will host a tea for all graduates and their guests in Creelman Hall following the ceremony.

PROCESSIONAL Candidates for Degrees in Course

CONVOCATION FANFARE Piper: Bruce MacDonald Beadle: Kate Revington, University Secretary President and Vice-Chancellor: Franco J. Vaccarino Acting Associate Vice-President (Academic): Sofie Lachapelle Participants in the Ceremony Members of the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees Members of Senate Faculty O’ Canada! Sung by: Kieran Kane

INVOCATION Andrew Hyde, Multi Faith Team Member The assembly will be seated

WELCOME Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor

CONVOCATION ADDRESS Kelly Meckling, Professor, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

PRESENTATION OF SCHOLARS Sofie Lachapelle, Acting Associate Vice-President (Academic)

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor Graduands presented by Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies) and Jonathan Newman, Dean, College of Biological Science DEGREES IN ABSENTIA Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VALETE Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor RECESSIONAL Piper

The assembly will remain standing during the recession

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INTRODUCTION Rachel Michael

The assembly will rise at the sound of the piper for the procession of graduates and convocation fanfare, and remain standing until after the Invocation.

Ontario Agricultural College Ontario Veterinary College PROGRAM OF CEREMONY Wednesday, February 22, 2017 1:00 P.M. Rene Van Acker, Dean, Ontario Agricultural College, and Jeff Wichtel, Dean, Ontario Veterinary College, will host a tea for all graduates and their guests in Creelman Hall following the ceremony.

PROCESSIONAL Candidates for Degrees in Course

CONVOCATION FANFARE Piper: Bruce MacDonald Beadle: Hilary Jarvis, Assistant University Secretary and Judicial Officer Provost and Vice-President (Academic): Charlotte Yates Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies): Ben Bradshaw Participants in the Ceremony Members of the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees Members of Senate Faculty O’ Canada! Sung by: Kieran Kane

INVOCATION Andrew Hyde, Multi Faith Team Member The assembly will be seated

WELCOME Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic)

CONVOCATION ADDRESS Brady Deaton, Professor & McCain Family Chair in Food Security, Department, Food Agricultural and Resource Economics PRESENTATION OF SCHOLARS Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies)

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic) Graduands presented by Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies) and Rene Van Acker, Dean, Ontario Agricultural College DEGREES IN ABSENTIA Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic) ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VALETE Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic) RECESSIONAL Piper

The assembly will remain standing during the recession

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College of Business and Economics PROGRAM OF CEREMONY Wednesday, February 22, 2017 4:00 P.M. Kerry Godfrey, Acting Dean, College of Business and Economics, will host a tea for all graduates and their guests in Creelman Hall following the ceremony.

INTRODUCTION Rachel Michael The assembly will rise at the sound of the piper for the procession of graduates and convocation fanfare, and remain standing until after the Invocation. PROCESSIONAL Candidates for Degrees in Course CONVOCATION FANFARE Piper: Bruce MacDonald Beadle: Hilary Jarvis, Assistant University Secretary and Judicial Officer President and Vice-Chancellor: Franco J. Vaccarino Provost and Vice-President (Academic): Charlotte Yates Participants in the Ceremony Members of the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees Members of Senate Faculty O’Canada! Sung by: Rachel Jones INVOCATION Raphi Steiner, Multi Faith Team Member The assembly will be seated WELCOME Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor CONVOCATION ADDRESS Sandra Scott, Assistant Professor, Department of Management PRESENTATION OF SCHOLARS Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic) CONFERRING OF DEGREES Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor Graduands presented by Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies) and Kerry Godfrey, Acting Dean, College of Business and Economics, and Statia Elliot, Director and Associate Professor, School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management DEGREES IN ABSENTIA Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VALETE Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor RECESSIONAL Piper The assembly will remain standing during the recession

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INTRODUCTION Rachel Michael

The assembly will rise at the sound of the piper for the procession of graduates and convocation fanfare, and remain standing until after the Invocation.

College of Physical and Engineering Science PROGRAM OF CEREMONY Thursday, February 23, 2017 10:00 A.M. Richard Zytner, Interim Dean, College of Physical and Engineering Science, will host a tea for all graduates and their guests in Creelman Hall following the ceremony.

PROCESSIONAL Candidates for Degrees in Course

CONVOCATION FANFARE Piper: Bruce MacDonald Beadle: Kate Revington, University Secretary President and Vice-Chancellor: Franco J. Vaccarino Provost and Vice-President (Academic): Charlotte Yates Participants in the Ceremony Members of the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees Members of Senate Faculty O’ Canada! Sung by: Kieran Kane

INVOCATION James VanderBerg, Multi Faith Team Member The assembly will be seated

WELCOME Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor CONVOCATION ADDRESS Karen Gordon, Associate Dean (Academic), College of Physical and Engineering Science

PRESENTATION OF SCHOLARS Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic)

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor Graduands presented by Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies) and Richard Zytner, Interim Dean, College of Physical and Engineering Science and John Runciman, Acting Director, School of Engineering DEGREES IN ABSENTIA Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VALETE Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor RECESSIONAL Piper

The assembly will remain standing during the recession

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INTRODUCTION Rachel Michael

The assembly will rise at the sound of the piper for the procession of graduates and convocation fanfare, and remain standing until after the Invocation.

College of Arts College of Social and Applied Human Sciences PROGRAM OF CEREMONY Thursday, February 23, 2017 1:00 P.M. Don Bruce, Dean, College of Arts, and Gwen Chapman, Dean, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, will host a tea for all graduates and their guests in Creelman Hall following the ceremony.

PROCESSIONAL Candidates for Degrees in Course

CONVOCATION FANFARE Piper: Bruce MacDonald Beadle: Genevieve Gauthier-Chalifour, Associate University Secretary President and Vice-Chancellor: Franco J. Vaccarino Provost and Vice-President (Academic): Charlotte Yates Participants in the Ceremony Members of the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees Members of Senate Faculty O’Canada! Sung by: Kieran Kane

INVOCATION James VanderBerg, Multi Faith Team Member The assembly will be seated

WELCOME Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor

CONVOCATION ADDRESS Susan Brown, Professor, School of English and Theatre Studies PRESENTATION OF SCHOLARS Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic)

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor Graduands presented by Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies), Don Bruce, Dean, College of Arts, Gwen Chapman, Dean, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences DEGREES IN ABSENTIA Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VALETE Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor RECESSIONAL Piper

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INTRODUCTION Rachel Michael

The assembly will rise at the sound of the piper for the procession of graduates and convocation fanfare, and remain standing until after the Invocation.

College of Social and Applied Human Sciences PROGRAM OF CEREMONY Thursday, February 23, 2017 4:00 P.M. Gwen Chapman, Dean, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, will host a tea for all graduates and their guests in Creelman Hall following the ceremony .

PROCESSIONAL Candidates for Degrees in Course

CONVOCATION FANFARE Piper: Bruce MacDonald Beadle: Genevieve Gauthier-Chalifour, Associate University Secretary President and Vice-Chancellor: Franco J. Vaccarino Provost and Vice-President (Academic): Charlotte Yates Participants in the Ceremony Members of the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees Members of Senate Faculty O’Canada! Sung by: Kieran Kane

INVOCATION Raphi Steiner, Multi Faith Team Member The assembly will be seated

WELCOME Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor

CONVOCATION ADDRESS Byron Sheldrick, Professor and Associate Dean (Academic), College of Social and Applied Human Sciences PRESENTATION OF SCHOLARS Charlotte Yates, Provost and Vice-President (Academic)

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor Graduands presented by Ben Bradshaw, Assistant Vice-President (Graduate Studies) and Gwen Chapman, Dean, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences DEGREES IN ABSENTIA Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor ANNOUNCEMENTS AND VALETE Franco J. Vaccarino, President and Vice-Chancellor RECESSIONAL Piper

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THE GRYPHON STATUE

Visitors arriving at the main entranceway to the University of Guelph campus are greeted by a giant bronzed Gryphon statue unveiled in June 2014 as part of Guelph’s 50th anniversary celebrations and Alumni Weekend. The $300,000 project was funded entirely by donations, primarily from alumni and student groups. It was designed by FASTWÜRMS, faculty members, Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse, and two graduates of the School of Fine Art and Music (SOFAM), Nicole Vogelzang and Dustin Wilson.

A gryphon — the namesake of U of G sports teams — is a mythical creature with the head, talons and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion. FASTWÜRMS tried to design a creature that would convey the complexity of the University, said Skuse. “The Gryphon is a strange hybrid creature, like mathematics and literature, logic and nonsense, academia and popular culture, eagle and lion,” he said. “Our welcome message would be: expect the unexpected. At the University of Guelph, education is a transformative experience.”

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College of Arts Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

Master of / Magisteriate in Arts

JOSHUA ROBERT BARRY Philosophy

EMILY ANN CADGER Art History and Visual Culture

XINTONG CHANG Latin American and Caribbean Studies SUSHMA DUSOWOTH French Studies

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Arts Honours Program LISA ANN ARNOLD* English/Studio Art COOPER BERES History EMILY ANN CARLISLE* English

AMELIA SUZANNE CASSIMATIS European Studies

KATHERINE MARIE CROFT English EMMA ALIA ESTHER DAHAN-MEYBOOM Philosophy SCOTT WILLIAM JOHN DILLEN History EMMA JANE ECKERICH English

PAUL FASANO* History

ALYSSA LYNN FIRMAN Philosophy

NICOLE KATHLEEN FOSTER* Studio Art CHARLES GABRIEL* French/History

DEVON SCOTT HARDING History

NATHANIEL WILLIAM HARDING Classical Studies/History EMMA LOUISE HARTMAN English

BENJAMIN DEAN HIEBERT* History VICTORIA MARIE DORIS HOLT Theatre Studies

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Arts and Sciences

Honours Program

MARJORIE IRENE HOPKINS History (Tri-University)

JESSICA L. LEES History BRYDEN MACDONALD Theatre Studies

VALERIA MANTILLA MORALES History NICOLE CHERRIE KOMOR Studio Art NICOLE ERICA LETTO History

OWEN HENRY PAUL LIGHTBOWN History

GIOVANNA MARZIA MANGIONE Theatre Studies SHANNON CARIE MCLEAN Studio Art PETER MILLER* History

RACHAEL ANNE MILLER History DOUGLAS MICHAEL MORROW History

MANSOOR NADERI Studio Art HAILEY OLIVIA KRAEMER NAUGLER Studio Art

LISA PEARL MCINTOSH History

ELLEN RINGLER English MATTHEW ROBERTSHAW History

JESSICA MEGAN NELSON* English KATHERINE CAROL OWEN* Studio Art MICHELLE MARGARET PALFRAMAN History

JORDAN ASHLEY PEDERSEN* Philosophy/ Studio Art MERCEDES PISANO* Philosophy

ELLEN JANE RIOPELLE English

JACQUELINE RITCH Theatre Studies SARAH MARY ROBINSON Studio Art

CAILIN EVE ROOKE* English/Philosophy

MICHELLE COSENTINO

ALEXANDRA MARIE PELINO

REBECCA ROBIN PALMER

KATELYN DAWN TALBOT*

CHARLOTTE GRACE LAPIER*

DEVLIN S. SCANLON

* with distinction

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JOANNE CATHERINE RYAN History

Master of / Magisteriate in Fine Arts

NANCY ELLUN WINKELMANN History

PETER MATHEWSON Creative Writing

SIOBHAN ISA MORETTI SPEIRAN English

KAITLIN LOUISE RUSSELL* Studio Art MEGHAN SNELGROVE* English

JANE ELIZABETH STEPHENSON History GORDON R. D. TRENBETH* Philosophy

SEBASTIAN VENDITTI Theatre Studies

SHANE ELLIOTT WILDER Studio Art ASHLEY ANN ZIMMER English

General Program

JARRETT DAVID ANNIS

MADISON BENHAM

MARK MANNER Creative Writing

RACHEL ELIZABETH BENTLEY-LAUZON

KAYLA SONJA CHRISTOPHERSON JAMES HANLEY HAYES RAMANPREET KALKAT

MIRIAM KEARNEY* KATHERINE JOAN KITCHENER

GLORIA ADRIENNE LEE SHING KOON MAY ANN LEM GILLIAN MANFORD*

JEFFREY MATTHEWS

GRAHAM AIDAN MCAVELLA

STEFANIE TREASA MCCUE TESSA MCGUINNESS

CALVIN THOMSON WALKER*

SARA LEANNE WYNGAARDEN*

(Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

(Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

DAVID ISRAEL WOSNICK

JENNA ELIZABETH ZINN

SOPHIE MCCREESH Creative Writing SARA JANE STRICKLAND Creative Writing

HEATHER NICHOLLS

JUERGEN POPA

KRISTIN ANDREA PRZYCHOCKI REBECCA LYNN CATHERINE REINHARDT

ALEX SCHWARTZBERG SIMON CHRISTOPHER SERVIDA

HILLARY RACHEL COLLEEN SHANNON LEAH STUMPF JOSEPH PAUL TURCO

KEAGAN WELCH

MICHAEL ABRAHAM WITKIN KRISTINA DAWN WORDEN

KENDRA WORTS


College of Biological Science Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

Master of / Magisteriate in Science CARLING BIEG Integrative Biology

JESSICA BIGG Human Health and Nutritional Sciences (Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

FATIMA CHLEILAT Human Health and Nutritional Sciences STEPHANIE ROSE CIMINO Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

NATASHA EMILIA COOK Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

CHELSEA NICOLE COUMOUNDOUROS Molecular and Cellular Biology CHRISTOPHER J. CZANIECKI Molecular and Cellular Biology (Neuroscience)

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science Honours Program

KYLE WILLIAM ARBUTHNOTT Marine and Freshwater Biology

HIU LONG EUGENIE AU Wildlife Biology and Conservation

VIKRAM BHARGAV Biological Science ALLIE LYNNE BICKLE Biological Science THOMAS PAUL BOHM-MCQUAIG Zoology

DAVID MICHAEL BOOTH Biological Science

DEVAN CARY BRUCE Marine and Freshwater Biology RYAN DANIEL BURNHAM* Human Kinetics

ALEXANDER JACOB BUSE Wildlife Biology and Conservation

SOFIE MCCLEARY CAMERON* Human Kinetics

CASSANDRA CARNEGIE Bio-Medical Science SARAH CAYOUETTE Wildlife Biology and Conservation

ERIC CHRISTOPHER CHAREST-PEKESKI Human Kinetics MILAN CARMELL BERNARD CHARRON Human Kinetics

WESLEY AARON CHASE Marine and Freshwater Biology MARCIA CHARLOTTE CHAVES* Biological Science

ASHLEY ELIZABETH COOK Human Kinetics BAYAN COSTAS* Human Kinetics

TYLER ADAM ELLIOTT Integrative Biology

TARA MACDONALD Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

LAELIE ALLISON SNOOK Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

AARON FAIRWEATHER Integrative Biology

FOREST MICHEL DUSSAULT Integrative Biology

WILLIAM JAMES HILTON Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

RASEM EL FAHKHRI Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

HELENA COUSINS* Marine and Freshwater Biology CHRISTINA ANDREA CSANKY Biological Science

KRISTIN ELIZABETH DAVIS* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program EMILY DE FREITAS* Molecular Biology and Genetics

LEO PETER DE RUITER Bio-Medical Science/Psychology: Brain and Cognition VINCENT URIAS ENERIO Human Kinetics

JAMES LEONARD FEDOSOV Biological Science ALYSSA ROBIN FISK Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

AMELIA MARY FITZGERALD* Bio-Medical Science

Master of / Magisteriate in Bioinformatics PABITA BASNET Bioinformatics

(Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

NICHOLAS ROBERT DI ILIO Human Health and Nutritional Sciences AARON D’SILVA Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

DEREK ZWAMBAG Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

MELANIE GLEZOS Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

SARA NADER HUSSEIN Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

HUGO YUE KAI FOK Microbiology

TAYLOR JAMES BEATTY FORRESTER* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program AMELIA ROSE GARNETT Zoology

ANASTASIA GAYOWSKY Molecular Biology and Genetics

VICTORIA ANN GOODALL* Biological Science EMILY GRAY Zoology/Classical Studies VICTORIA ANN GUALTIERI Human Kinetics

BRIANNA DANIELLE GUILD* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program MATTHEW MARCEL GUILLEMAN* Molecular Biology and Genetics

JILLIAN ELIZABETH JAWORSKI Human Health and Nutritional Sciences KELLY LEVESQUE Integrative Biology

RHIANNA ALLYSON MALCOLM Human Health and Nutritional Sciences DEREK EVAN MORNINGSTAR Integrative Biology

ARRAN CHRISTIAN HADDOW Microbiology JOEL EMERSON HYATT Biochemistry

MOHAMED MEDHAT MOHAMED IBRAHIM Biological Science AKASH JAIRAJ Microbiology

KATHERINE RAE JOHNSTONE Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences BALKIT SINGH KANG Human Kinetics

VAISHALI KANNAN Biological Science

HEATHER LINDSAY KARROW Biological Science ERIC MICHAEL KEMP Biological Science VICTOR ALLAN KENNEDY Zoology

KYONG HO KIM Bio-Medical Science

EMELIA MYLES-GONZALEZ Integrative Biology

FELICIA ELIZABETH SYER Integrative Biology

AMANDA NICOLE POOLE Molecular and Cellular Biology

SAMANTHA CAROLYN WATT Molecular and Cellular Biology

CHARLENE DANIELLE O’BRIEN Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

CAMERON JOHN STRNAD Integrative Biology

ALEXANDRA MARGARET KING Zoology

MATHEW PATTEE KIRBY* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program LAYNE MARY L’ABBE Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program

MEGHAN LAMERS Human Kinetics

JASMINE BROOKE LEE Biological Science NICOLE LEE* Biological Science

MATTHEW JO-YIU LEUNG Biological Science AARON CHRISTOPHER LEWICKI Molecular Biology and Genetics

TAYLOR LIDSTER Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program ALANNAH SKYE MACDONALD* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program

SARAH JANE TURKSTRA Human Health and Nutritional Sciences

MICHAEL TIMOTHY GERALD WRIGHT Integrative Biology

TRAVIS JOHN MACKEY Molecular Biology and Genetics

RACHEL MALYON Biodiversity REEM ALI MANSOUR Biological Science MEREDITH JANE MARSHALL* Biological Science

ALEXANDRA SYLVIA MCCORD Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

MICHAEL WARREN MCKENZIE Wildlife Biology and Conservation

THOMAS MANSELL MCKEOWN Biological Science ALISHA ANN MIDGLEY Biochemistry

JESSICA MEGAN NELSON* Marine and Freshwater Biology

ROBERT YU TUNG NG Biological Science

* with distinction

17


SAMANTHA EMILY NIEUWOLD Marine and Freshwater Biology ANGELA JANINE OOSTERVELD Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences IAN JAMES PEARSE Biochemistry

LAURA JANE QUAIL Human Kinetics

KEVIN WALLACE QUON Human Kinetics

LAUREN TAYLOR RAITHBY Human Kinetics KAMINI RAJAKUMAR Molecular Biology and Genetics

ERIN PATRICIA MARIE RANKIN Biological Science ENA RISTIC Biological Science

BRONWYN PAIGE ROBINSON Zoology KRYSTAL-GAYE ROBINSON-DAY Biological Science

CLAIRE KIMBERLY ROSA* Biodiversity

JOCELYN JORDAN SAGER Marine and Freshwater Biology

NICHOLAS SAKICH Zoology CAITLIN SANDE* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program

REED MOSTOVY SCARFONE Wildlife Biology and Conservation

KAILEE ANN SCOTT Marine and Freshwater Biology LAURA SEIDEL* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science in Environmental Sciences Honours Program

YASHODA MANORAMA SHARMA Biological Science

KAITLYN MARGARET ROSE SHERWOOD* Bio-Medical Science

KATHERINE ELIZABETH SHKUT Bio-Medical Science NOEL ANGIE SOOGRIM Marine and Freshwater Biology

SHANNON LIA JOYCE SPROUL* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program LEAH VICTORIA STOVER Marine and Freshwater Biology ROBYN DAWN STROUD* Human Kinetics

ROBERT SULLIVAN Biological Science CHELSEA MARIE BROAD* Ecology Co-operative Education Program EVE BONSER COOPER* Ecology Co-operative Education Program

SUZANNA ELIZABETH TAI Molecular Biology and Genetics

JESSICA KATELYN TARTAGLIA Zoology VAN T. THAI Human Kinetics

NATHAN DAVID TIGHE* Zoology

BRENDAN KEVIN TINK Human Kinetics

ROMANE TOUMANI Biological Science/French MADELINE JEAN TREGENZA Biodiversity

CHELSEY DAKOTA EMBER TREMBLAY Microbiology LAURA EMILY VAN BOMMEL Biological Science

SHANNON LEIGH GILMOUR Ecology ELLEN MOIR GOODHAND Ecology

* with distinction

18

EMILY ROSE VAN NIEKERK Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

MELLISSA EMILY HEATHER WINTER Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program

KETURA ELIZABETH DUNNE

WILCO VERWEIJ Zoology

PAISLEY MAE WORTHINGTON* Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program

WILLIAM HU

MARITZA VATTA Biochemistry Co-operative Education Program LILIANNE VLESSING* Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

MEAGHEN MARLENE WERT Wildlife Biology and Conservation EVAN ANDREW WHILSMITH Biological Science

REBEKAH ANNE WILKENS Wildlife Biology and Conservation CONRAD D. WILLIAMS Biomedical Toxicology

CAITLYN LYONS Ecology Co-operative Education Program SHERISE NICOLE VIALVA Ecology

RONENA WOLACH Wildlife Biology and Conservation

General Program

KATARINA BOSNIC HANA E. BROWN*

FRANCO CAZZOLA SONIA CHWALEK

EDUARD CRISTIAN COMAN BRIANNA MADONNA BLAISE DEZEEUW MEGAN BAYLIE DUCHARME

BRITTANY VICTORIA ANNE WHITE Ecology Co-operative Education Program

BLAIR BRITTANY FITZ-GERALD

DANIEL CHRISTOPHER JAMES FURTADO MEGAN LEE

SEAN MCINTOSH* THOMAS DAVID NEELY

KATIE E. NODDER SHAUNA LINDEN LORRAINE THOMAS* MEGAN CATHERINE TURNER HAYLEY ELIZABETH WRIGHT


College of Business and Economics Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

Master of / Magisteriate in Arts (Leadership)

MARTIN FARRUGIA Leadership Studies JILL FERGUSON Leadership Studies

DJORDJE GAVRILOVIC Leadership Studies DAWN HANNEMANN Leadership Studies

Master of / Magisteriate in Science

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Arts Honours Program

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Commerce Honours Program RYAN CODY ABRAMS Public Management

MELVIN ADU-ADJEI Management Economics and Finance CHIEMEKA GERARD AGADA Accounting ANTONIE CHRISTIAAN ALBLAS Marketing Management

KRISTEN ALMHJELL Real Estate and Housing

ROBERT VINCENT ANDRONICO Marketing Management LEXUS HEATHER ARBUCKLE Marketing Management

KATRINA BARNETT Marketing Management RYAN TRENT BATEMAN* Leadership and Organizational Management

BEN BAUSKIN Marketing Management

JACK NICHOLAS BEATTY Management Economics and Finance

SPENCER WALTER BEDNARZ Leadership and Organizational Management ROBERT JAMES BENNETT Management Economics and Finance REID BERMAN Marketing Management

ALEXANDRA ADAIR BIRD Management Economics and Finance OLIVER STAN BROZYNA Leadership and Organizational Management ROBERT CARNEGIE Marketing Management

ASEEL AL GHAMDI Management

CRAIG THOMAS JAMES Leadership Studies

MIRANDA MACKIE Leadership Studies

BRANDON POTTIE Leadership Studies

DARREN STEVENS Leadership Studies

TERRI-LYNN LEDGER Leadership Studies

E. NIKKI PALMER Leadership Studies

MELISSA SIMAS Leadership Studies

EDGAR VIEIRA Leadership Studies

PETROS KOURTIS Leadership Studies

LISA DOREAN MARSHALL Leadership Studies

VICTORIA RYDERBURBIDGE Leadership Studies

SHELLEY STEVENSON Leadership Studies

CHRISTOPHER ZAPALSKI Leadership Studies

HAI NGOC TRAN Marketing and Consumer Studies DANIEL JAMES MCALISTER Economics

MATTHEW JAMES COLALILLO Marketing Management

CAROLINE BEVERLY COWMAN Marketing Management Co-operative Education Program BRENT THOMAS DAVIES Accounting EVAN CHRISTOPHER DICK Marketing Management

KELLY BARBARA DOYLE Accounting NATHAN EIVERS Management Economics and Finance YIHAN FANG Management Economics and Finance

AIDAN FORSYTHE Management Economics and Finance

JEFFREY FRYTERS* Marketing Management COLIN BRADLEY FULLERTON Marketing Management

ILIJA GALIC* Management Economics and Finance

SEAN GANNAGE Marketing Management

ANUJ MARSHALL GAUTAM Management Economics and Finance

ALINA GAVRYLYUK Marketing Management IMNIT GHUMAAN Management Economics and Finance

CURTIS GIBEAULT Marketing Management ARAVIND GIREESAN Accounting

JONATHAN GOLDFARB Accounting

DEAN MICHAEL HELIOTIS Accounting NATALIE VERONIKA HEMMERICH Marketing Management

TAYLOR VICTORIA DAWN HILTZ Marketing Management

DANIEL VINCENT HUBBARD Accounting SCOTT HUTCHINSON Marketing Management

ROBERTO IERFINO Real Estate and Housing SIMON CARMELO INFANTINO Leadership and Organizational Management ALEXANDER GORDON BASIL JAMIESON Marketing Management SHAWN JOHNSTON Management Economics and Finance SPENCER JOLICOEUR Marketing Management

MICHAEL NEVEN KARABOGDAN Accounting

MICHAEL JAMES P. R. KARRY Marketing Management GARRETT KERR Real Estate and Housing

GREGORY MAKALA KIFUMBI Management Economics and Finance EVAN LEO KLEINER Marketing Management

PHILIP JOSEPH KOZUH Marketing Management

CODY KRIESER Real Estate and Housing

ALLEN LY Marketing Management

ROBYN COURTNEY MICHELLE LYNN Accounting

BROCK MACAULAY Marketing Management KEIFER JAMES RUSSELL MACINNES Marketing Management

ALLISON SUSAN LATEGAN Marketing Management

VICTORIA MACNEILL* Management Economics and Finance

XIAOCHEN LIU Accounting

MIKHAIL FREDERICK MALIK Accounting

SHUAI LIANG Management Economics and Finance

MATTHEW CARMEN LODATO Human Resources Management WEI LU Management Economics and Finance

MIGUEL LUENGO Marketing Management NAINA LUTHRA Marketing Management

SPIROS RICK MAIMONIS Marketing Management

MATTHEW IAN MASHKOOR Marketing Management REBECCA MCBROOM Marketing Management

ANDREW WILLIAM MCDERMOTT Marketing Management

* with distinction

19


ALDIN MUJANOVIC Human Resources Management MEGHAN MURPHY Marketing Management BAILEY ORR Marketing Management

JINWOO PARK* Accounting

KATHERINE PHAM Real Estate and Housing AMANDA MARIE PHONPASEUTH Management Economics and Finance

TYLER JOSEPH POWIS Accounting ERIC PURKIS Accounting HAINING QU Accounting

MICHAEL RAJU Management Economics and Finance Co-operative Education Program SHAWN ADRIAN JOHN RUTTEN Accounting NICHOLAS JORDAN RYFA Management Economics and Finance

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Commerce School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management Honours Program YAQI CHU Tourism Management

EMRE ERGUN Hotel and Food Administration

RYAN SADLER Accounting

AMARVIR SINGH SANDHU Accounting EDWARD ALEXANDER SEEGMILLER Marketing Management

NEVILLE RUSTOM SETHNA Marketing Management MEET SHAH Management Economics and Finance

BRADLEY MICHAEL HILTZ* Hotel and Food Administration Co-operative Education Program MIN LU Hotel and Food Administration SHUMAN LU Hotel and Food Administration

CASEY SHAPIRO Marketing Management Co-operative Education Program ESSAM SHAUKAT Accounting FRANK SHIN Accounting

ANDREW FRANCO SICILIA Real Estate and Housing

RICHARD THOMAS SKEELS Management Economics and Finance

ANDREW CRAIG MCCAUGHLEY Hotel and Food Administration MORU SONG Hotel and Food Administration BOJUN TIAN Hotel and Food Administration

KENDRA ANN VANLEEUWEN Hotel and Food Administration

PERRIN MCMILLAN SMITH Marketing Management ROBERT BRADEN SPENCE Marketing Management

SAMANTHA STULL Management Economics and Finance STEVEN LOUIS GREGORY THOMPSON Marketing Management Co-operative Education Program

LAIJIA WAN Hotel and Food Administration RUI WU Hotel and Food Administration LI XU Hotel and Food Administration WENTING XU Hotel and Food Administration

WEI YU TU Management Economics and Finance

ADAM ROSS EIDINGER WEINBAUM Real Estate and Housing KRISTEN ELIZABETH WISSON Accounting

CRAIG DENNIS WOLTERS* Human Resources Management

NOMAN AHMED ZAHOOR Accounting

MARIN ZEKO Marketing Management Co-operative Education Program CHRISMALI RANISHA ZUBAIR Marketing Management ERIC ZWANIGA* Marketing Management

COLTON EMERY JAMES WOOD Marketing Management PENGSONGZE XUE Hotel and Food Administration LU YANG Hotel and Food Administration

YIXUAN YANG Hotel and Food Administration Co-operative Education Program

ZIWEI YE Hotel and Food Administration YALI YU Tourism Management

NINGYI ZHANG Hotel and Food Administration

* with distinction

20


College of Physical and Engineering Science Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

Master of / Magisteriate in Applied Science

Master of / Magisteriate in Engineering Master of / Magisteriate in Science

MICHAEL ANDREWS Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematics)

MAYA ATIEH Engineering

JENNIFER PAWLOSKI Engineering

RAZVAN GEORGE ROMANESCU Mathematics and Statistics (Statistics)

MARIANNE WAITO Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematics)

ALI JAWAD AL HASHIM Engineering

MARK CORNELIS DE LANGE Engineering

ERIKA LEAH FIEDLER Engineering

BRITTANY LAURA REICHE Engineering

EMMA ELZBIETA THOMPSON Engineering

JOHANNES CHAN Engineering (International Development Studies)

Honours Program

AMRO ELHOSSAINY MOHAMMED ELHELALY Engineering

FATIMA NASRIN HAQUE Engineering

ABU RAIHAN MOHAMMAD SIDDIQUE Engineering

HITESH CHILLAPPAGARI Engineering

ADARSH TANDIYA Engineering

XIAOBING ZHAO Engineering

TEGAN LYN ANSELMINI Mathematics and Statistics (Statistics)

JEFFREY DAVIDSON Chemistry

QIAN JIANG Computer Science

ERWIN JON JAVIER REMIGIO Chemistry

JOSHUA DAVID CHAN Engineering

YAEL LOCKERBILETZKI Information Systems and Human Behaviour

PEIXIN LIU Engineering

KEVIN FATYAS Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematics)

General Program

YUAN YUAN Engineering

CARSON YANNING LI Physics JOSHUA MORLEY MOGYOROS Physics

YU TIAN Engineering

(Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

GABRIEL BAYAGBON Engineering

TIANYI BAO Computer Science

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Arts

JONG BUM PARK Chemistry

ABIGAIL VAN RIESEN Chemistry (Toxicology)

RICHARD TIAM XIANG YAM Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematics)

EMILY ANNE JACKSON

* with distinction

21


Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Computing Honours Program

AFTAB AHMAD Computer Science

CONNOR WILLIAM MCCUE BROCKBANK Computer Science

DANIEL GABRIC* Computer Science KYLE ZACHARY GENOE Computer Science

DANIEL GIROTTO Computer Science

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Engineering Honours Program

JACK ABRAMOWICZ Computer Engineering

ABDULRAHMAN ABDULLA AHMED AL-ABASSI Biomedical Engineering SHAHNAZ AL-NASERY Biomedical Engineering

TREFOR RAMSAY ARMSTRONG Mechanical Engineering UMNA ARSHAD Mechanical Engineering

SHERVIN ASLANI AMOLI Mechanical Engineering

BENJAMIN PETER BALES Engineering Systems and Computing

DEREK LEIGH BARTON Biological Engineering

DUSTIN JOHNATHAN BELL Biomedical Engineering KEVIN JAMES BOWMAN Mechanical Engineering

KEVIN WILLIAM BRETT Mechanical Engineering

JESSE RAYMOND CAMPBELL Biomedical Engineering Co-operative Education Program ANANT CHANAN Mechanical Engineering JEREMY CHAU Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science Honours Program MICHAEL AGBAJOH Chemistry

KRISTINA ASHA BANKS Physics ABRAR SERAJ O. BAQLIEN Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

VIVIEN CHAN Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Co-operative Education Program NATASHA ALYCIA CHANDER* Toxicology RYAN WILLIAM CRANWILL Toxicology

SAMEER GULAMALI Software Engineering

PATRICK HARTMAN* Computer Science ERIK WLLIAM HOFFMAN Computer Science

ANDREW MATTHEW HUYNH Software Engineering JOSHUA LEMIEUX Computer Science MICHELLE ELIZABETH ALLIX MACKENZIE* Software Engineering Co-operative Education Program

JOSEPH EVAN ALEXANDER CHITTICK Mechanical Engineering

ALEXIS MARC GANTOUS Mechanical Engineering

TODD WILLIAM CLARK Mechanical Engineering

SAYYADA HUSSEIN Biomedical Engineering

IVAN CICANOVSKI Biological Engineering

DIANA CONSTANTINESCU Mechanical Engineering IBRAHIM DAIBES Mechanical Engineering ERIK MITCHEL DICK Mechanical Engineering

SANDRA DUSOLT Environmental Engineering KIA FAEZ-SORKHABI Biomedical Engineering

YOGESHWARA RAO GANGALARAMSAMY Biomedical Engineering JENNIFER MARIE CRHA Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Co-operative Education Program

JANDREW DATU Nanoscience EMILY LYNNE FARRELL* Biomedical Toxicology

NEIL STANLEY FAUGHT* Applied Mathematics and Statistics Co-operative Education Program

AKIEL ALONZO GORMANDY Mechanical Engineering

SHIRLEY ANNE MEDINA JAVIER Computer Engineering THELMA JOHN Biomedical Engineering

PRITHVI KRISHNA JUPALLI Biomedical Engineering

ANTHONY WEI-QIANG LEONG Engineering Systems and Computing PATRICK MACDONALD Water Resources Engineering Co-operative Education Program

MADISON DAVIS MCCARTHY* Engineering Systems and Computing ERIC RAYMOND GANONG Physics

JENNIFER HANNAH GARNER* Chemistry Co-operative Education Program MICHAEL JUSTIN GLAZER Mathematics GREGORY GRAVES Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

* with distinction

22

TORNIKE NATSVLISHVILI Computer Science Co-operative Education Program MELISSA ANN NADIA NEUBERT* Software Engineering Co-operative Education Program

PATRICIA ROCHELLE MCMULLAN Environmental Engineering

MICHELLE LAURA MILGRAM Mechanical Engineering

AHMED BAIG MIRZA Engineering Systems and Computing NICHOLAS PEPPIATT Water Resources Engineering

SCOTT ROSS RADDATZ Mechanical Engineering Co-operative Education Program JAMES ALEXANDER SANKER Biomedical Engineering

MOHAMMAD SHALLOUF Mechanical Engineering

MOULIKA SHARMA Environmental Engineering

KABIR SINGH Computer Science

General Program

JINHAI WANG Software Engineering

DEON NALTCHADJIAN

MICHAEL THAI Computer Science

HUI ZHEN YU Computer Science Co-operative Education Program LAUREN CHELSEA SHURTLEFF Biomedical Engineering SIMRIT KAUR SIDHU Biomedical Engineering Co-operative Education Program GLOTHEN STEVE SIRISEGARAM Biomedical Engineering

ELAINE VEGERIS* Engineering Systems and Computing Co-operative Education Program VIJAYALAKSHMI VELUVOLU Biomedical Engineering DAVID WILLIAM WALTERS Mechanical Engineering JONATHAN ALEXANDER WOLFE Biomedical Engineering

JACQUELINE M. SUBLETT Biomedical Engineering

JASMINE YU Biomedical Engineering

ANTHONY STAJDUHAR Biomedical Engineering

KEERTHI CHOWDARY SUKHAVASI Biomedical Engineering

KIMBERLY JEANETTE SWAIN Environmental Engineering ANNA KRISTINA PRSA Toxicology

MICHAEL JOHN MEISNER Toxicology

JOSEPH KYLE STITSKY Nanoscience

CHLOE TAYLOR PALESH Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Co-operative Education Program

KRISHAAN TRIPATHI

NICHOLAS ALLAN STACEY Biomedical Engineering

MICAELA DEVLYN GRAY* Toxicology Co-operative Education Program ADRIAN RAE KACZMARCZYK Physics

MATTHEW ROBERT HART

JACOB CLARK STEPHENS Chemistry Co-operative Education Program

HOLLY TARREN* Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Co-operative Education Program

RACHEL ANN YOUNG Mechanical Engineering

IMAN ZEYAD ZEIDAN Biomedical Engineering Co-operative Education Program

SHENG HAN ZHOU Environmental Engineering Co-operative Education Program KERRY ANN ZELLEN WOOLNOUGH* Biomedical Toxicology

General Program

DAVID PAUL EICHINGER

CHRISTIEN SARUNAS SVILPA


College of Social and Applied Human Sciences

Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

Master of / Magisteriate in Arts SARA ATHARI Political Science (International Development Studies)

KELSEA BEADMAN Psychology ROXANNE MARIA BILSKI Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy

Master of / Magisteriate in Science

LAURA REBECCA BENAKOUN Geography

SEBASTIAN DALGARNO Geography

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Applied Science Honours Program JACOB JOSIAH ADAMS Child, Youth and Family

DANIELLA MARIE BONACCI Adult Development MELANIE GAYLE BRAKEL* Adult Development

KARA LYNN BROWNLEE* Child, Youth and Family

ELIZABETH ANN BRUCE* Child, Youth and Family Co-operative Education Program CLAUDIA MINA CHAN* Child, Youth and Family

TANIESHA ANNMARIE BURKE Family Relations and Applied Nutrition (Family Relations and Human Development)

TYLER JOHN BURLEIGH Psychology

CODY JOHN BOOMER Political Science

LINNAEA MARGIT JASIUK Geography

SAMANTHA COSTAS Political Science

CARLY ELIZABETH FRASER Geography

STEPHANIE ANN MUTCH Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy

KARTHIHA RASKUMAR Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy

CAROLL LAU Psychology (Neuroscience)

ANGELA WALLACE Family Relations and Applied Nutrition (Applied Human Nutrition)

CAROLYNN MAZZEI Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy

POOJA PATEL Public Issues Anthropology (International Development Studies)

COLIN HOWES Psychology (Neuroscience)

COLLEEN HEATHER PEARL PARKER Geography

ARIANA JOY CHHINA Child, Youth and Family

VICTORIA HOPE GOULART Adult Development

ALISON MARI HEATHER KISSIL Adult Development

EMMA MEZGEC Adult Development Co-operative Education Program

(Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

ERIN ELIZABETH CORRIGAN Adult Development JOHANNA KIMBERLY DINSDALE Child, Youth and Family

MEGHAN ELIZABETH DOVEY Adult Development SARA FRIEDRICH* Applied Human Nutrition

EMILY JUSTINE BOWMAN Psychology

RYAN CONNOR ASHLEY Psychology

KATHLEEN LAW Geography

SHAWNA HOLMES Sociology

ASHLYN MARGARET PATTERSON Psychology

DANIELLE AMANDA LEIGH HAYNES Psychology (Neuroscience)

MICHAEL ABDULLAHI Sociology

LAURA PAOLA ALAGUNA Psychology

DALLAS KEITH Political Science

RORY SOMMERS Sociology

ORNELLA THANICE HARRIS Family Relations and Applied Nutrition (Couple and Family Therapy)

NICHOLAS BARIS Psychology

SAM ARNOLD Environmental Governance

MICHAEL ISAAC HILTON JOHNSON STEEVES WILSON Sociology

DANIEL PALMER Psychology

LAURA HARDT Family Relations and Applied Nutrition (Couple and Family Therapy)

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Arts Honours Program

SURMA DAS Political Science (International Development Studies)

ANNA MARIA GIAMMARCO Psychology (Neuroscience)

CHELSEA LEITH BARTOSIK Political Science

VANESSA BRIGUGLIO Sociology

TSZ CHING LEVANA HO* Child, Youth and Family Co-operative Education Program JESSICA SU MEE KIM Adult Development

TAYLOR PATRICIA KING Applied Human Nutrition

CAITLYN GHISLAINE DIAN BROWN Psychology

BENJAMIN ZACHARY BAKER BURLEY Criminal Justice and Public Policy KYLE JARED BURNS Psychology

MEGAN KLEMENCIC* Applied Human Nutrition

AMANDA KATE MATHESON Adult Development

VICTORIA FAYE MCQUAY* Child, Youth and Family Co-operative Education Program

FELICITY MAEVE THERESE CAMPBELL* International Development KIP CARPENTER Environmental Governance MONICA CARREIRO Sociology

KELSEY MOIRA PEACOCK Child, Youth and Family CARLY SCOUT PETERSON Child, Youth and Family

JILL MARIE ST. DENIS Psychology

TIMOTHY SWITZER Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy

ELIZABETH WRONA Geography

KEVIN ROBERT PATRICK SNELGROVE Child, Youth and Family

SARAH WALLACE Child, Youth and Family

KATHLEEN WEILER* Adult Development

SARAH SCHLICHTER Adult Development

MADELINE MARGARET YUNGBLUT Applied Human Nutrition

NICOLE CARUANA Psychology

JACOBI SUSAN HEATHER CLARKE Geography

ADAM BLADE CERNY Psychology

JESSICA HALEY CHARENDOFF* Sociology

HARJIT KAUR CHATHA* Criminal Justice and Public Policy

GEMMA SIMONE COBB Geography NICOLE ELIZABETH COLLARD Psychology

* with distinction

23


TOMAS VASQUEZ CORTES Environmental Governance

KAYLEE ANNE COVERDALE Criminal Justice and Public Policy/Sociology EMILY ANNETTE COX* Psychology Co-operative Education Program KATHERINE DEBORAH DAVID Psychology

TIANA MICHELINE DEFREITAS Psychology JESSICA GEM DELFIN* Psychology

TIMOTHY JOHN DE PASS Psychology

CHRISTINA DIGIAMBATTISTA Psychology

EVGUENIA ERMAKOVA* Criminal Justice and Public Policy NATALIE FASULLO Psychology

GIULIANA FERRARO Criminal Justice and Public Policy

CHARLOTTE ELENI FLEISCHAUER International Development PAUL CAMERON GILLESPIE Sociology KADI JEAN GOODALL Psychology

MEGAN ELIZABETH GOODHAND Criminal Justice and Public Policy AMY KATHARINA GROETELAARS Psychology BRITTANY KATHLEEN HALL International Development

NICOLLE HAMELIN* Psychology

AYNSLEE HARRY Psychology

ELLEE JEAN HAILY HELLIER International Development JUSTIN ANTHONY HISLOP Political Science REBEKAH LESLIE JEAN HOWARD International Development DYLAN ROGER INNES Sociology SARAH MARIE JACOBS Geography

GRACIE JAMES Sociology

JESSICA MARION JAMESON Psychology

SARAH MICHELLE JONES* Criminal Justice and Public Policy KAYLA JOSEPH Criminal Justice and Public Policy FELIX JOURDAIN Sociology

TAYLOR MARIE JUNKIN Criminal Justice and Public Policy KENDAL CHRISTINA KASPER Political Science

TAYLOR MACKENZIE KLYS Psychology DELICIA LA Anthropology

KATHLEEN ANN LAMMERT Psychology

(Graduated in absentia Fall 2016)

TRAVIS LEWIS Criminal Justice and Public Policy MENGQI LI Psychology

AIDAN ELIZABETH LIEBICH Criminal Justice and Public Policy

RICHARD FRANCO LOPARCO Criminal Justice and Public Policy BRITTANY JANE LOWRY Sociology SARA KAI JOHNSTON LUKER* Psychology

AVERY HEATHER LUPMANIS Geography TAYLOR MARIE MACDONALDPLUMMER International Development BRITTANY MAILHIOT Psychology

OLIVIA MANN* Psychology

SAMANTHA CLAIRE MARTIN Political Science

KEVIN RAYMOND MCCLELLAND Sociology CHELSEA MULVALE International Development

NICOLE YVETTE MURPHY-ZAREMBA Psychology SAMANTHA MURRAY Psychology

HANNAH NANDORFY-FISCHLIN Criminal Justice and Public Policy ALEXANDRIA NOORT Psychology

PAIGE JORDAN OBERFELDS* Psychology

SEJAL PANKHANIA Sociology ALEXANDRA LYNN PARKES Psychology

MICHAEL CODY PARMENTIERLUZAR Political Science

MATTHEW WILLIAM PELLEGRINO Criminal Justice and Public Policy REBECCA MARIE PEREIRA Anthropology

ORIANNA CRISTINA POLO Criminal Justice and Public Policy ALISON ELIZABETH ROGERS Psychology

MEGAN CHRISTINE ROSS Psychology AYAN SALAD* Psychology

DUSTIN FRAZER SCHEER Sociology

BLAKE A. SCHUETT Criminal Justice and Public Policy REZA SHAYANI Sociology

REBECCA CATHERINE STAP Criminal Justice and Public Policy MELISSA LEANE STOREY International Development

JOHN ALEXANDER STRAUSS Environmental Governance AMY KATHLEEN SWEET Criminal Justice and Public Policy SARA LYNN TAPSELL Psychology

MACKENZIE ANN TAYLOR International Development

MICHAEL RANDALL SIDNEY TRUEMAN Criminal Justice and Public Policy TERRA BETH VENATOR Sociology

FELIX VOLHARD International Development LAYLA WAHBI International Development

DANIELLE WATERS Geography NIKOLAS WENSING Geography

TRINA WHEELER Anthropology HAYLEY MARIE WHITEHOUSE Psychology

ANDREW JEFFREY WILHELM Criminal Justice and Public Policy RICHARD KIRPAUL WILLIAMS Criminal Justice and Public Policy

General Program

JAMES ROBERT ALLISON

JESSIE AUGIMERI

CAMILLA BAGBY-GRAJALES BRIANNA BAIRD

ANTON BENJAMIN BALJET ROHAN BASU

JAMES GRIFFIN BEATTY LEVI BECK

FILIP MARIUSZ BONEK NICOLE BRIGUGLIO

ROSS CAMERON CASSAN

HILLARY CHOMIAK CRISTIAN CIMPAN MEAGHAN ROMAINE CIRCOSTA

SAVANNAH CLARKE

NATASHA MARY CONNOLLY

JESSICA SIERRA COOPER

TESSA MACFARLANE

JADE SAVANNAGH EMILY CRAWFORD

DAMANVEER MADESHA

FIONA MARGUERITE VITALIS CORBETT KARISSA NICOLE CURLEW MERCEDES ALEXANDRA CURRIE

BEN CURRIER DEANNA DENOVELLIS

SEVRAJ SINGH DHALIWAL EMILY EDITH EMOFF

TYLER SHANE WILLIAM MACKENDRICK ALYSSA KODY MADELINE MCDONALD

JACLYN LOUISE MEZEI

COLE SEBASTIAN MOLKANEN

LIAM ALEXENDER PHILL MURRAY MADISON PATRICIA NORTHEY

MAIJA ELIZABETH FERWERDA

ALEXANDRA ALLINGTON OAKES

GREGORY THOMAS GALANTI

SORAYA OLSZEWSKI

CAMERON SAYRE FROATS SARA LEONE GERBER

LEE IRA GOLDENBERG

KIRSTIN HELEN GUILLEMETTE

IBRAHIM HASNE

CHRISTOPHER EDWARD HEASLEY LAURA KATHERINE HENNING PATRICIA HENRY

CHANDLER LEIGH INFURNA AUSTIN IVEY

SOHYUN JEON

JADON JOHNSON

BAILEY ANN O’CONNELL

RYAN PAYNE NIRAJ PILLAI

NATHAN JEFFREY DARCY PRATT JAMES DOUGLAS RITCHIE KYLE SNARR

BREANNE MARY TAIT ARTHUR JOHN TAYLOR KAYLA TOSTE RYAN JAMES TREZISE KENNEDY ELIZABETH WARREN

JASMINE KAUR

DRAKE WEATHERHEAD

DANIEL LUCAS KRAS

NYLA KATHERINE WHITE

BENJAMIN PATRICK KITTEL CYRUS LEE

MICHAEL PHILIP LOGHIN

ANTHONY LUCIANI

DRINA LEE WEATHERHEAD

TAYLOR MICHELE WILKIN OLIVIA HELENA ZUKOWSKI

* with distinction

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Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science Honours Program

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science in Environmental Sciences Honours Program

MAEVE ELLEN BUCKLEY Psychology: Brain and Cognition

MICHAEL DUBEAU Psychology: Brain and Cognition

MATTHEW DAVID CUMMINS Environment and Resource Management

COLE MICHAEL FISCHER Environment and Resource Management Co-operative Education Program

LORIMAE ANNE D’SOUZA Psychology: Brain and Cognition

LAURA DECOSTE Environment and Resource Management Co-operative Education Program

CHAN WOOL KIM Psychology: Brain and Cognition

TIEU LUONG* Environment and Resource Management

RACHEL KOSAKA Environmental Geoscience and Geomatics

ADAM JAMES RIGGI Environmental Geoscience and Geomatics

PATRICK SNELL Psychology: Brain and Cognition

ISABELLE RAY BOLGER MALES Environment and Resource Management Co-operative Education Program

WILLIAM DAVID MEEKER Environment and Resource Management Co-operative Education Program

NICOLA JANE SPENCER* Environment and Resource Management

ELODIE ELIZABETH MARQUIS* Psychology: Brain and Cognition

EDMUND KENNETH MAROIS Environment and Resource Management

* with distinction

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Ontario Agricultural College Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

LUIS MARIANO AVILA BOLIVAR Plant Agriculture

BRIAN CHARLES BRYKSA Food Science

G. SEBASTIAN CAMBARERI Environmental Sciences

Master of / Magisteriate in Environmental Sciences

Master of / Magisteriate in Science

HUDA ALDOSSARI Food Science NAGWA ALI Food Science

REGAN ARNTZ-GRAY Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

MICHELLE HOPE ARSENEAULT Plant Agriculture SANJA BABIC Food Safety and Quality Assurance KARRIE SUE BOUCHER Plant Agriculture

NICOLE AMANDA BURELLO Animal Biosciences QING HUA CHEN Food Safety and Quality Assurance ALISON RUTH COOKE Bioinformatics

ROBIN ELIZABETH CROSSLEY Animal Biosciences CHATHURIKA DAYANANDA Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

Master of / Magisteriate in Science (Planning)

Graduate Diploma

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Bio-Resource Management Honours Program

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Commerce Honours Program

VIRGINIA EDITH CAPMOURTERES Environmental Sciences

TERESA CASEY Animal Biosciences TRAVIS KORRY COLEMAN Plant Agriculture

HILLARY ANNE DALTON Animal Biosciences REBECCA CATHERINE ELSKAMP Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

JAMIE MARIE HOOFT Animal Biosciences (Toxicology) MICHELLE ELIZABETH HUNNIFORD Animal Biosciences

CINDY JATON Animal Biosciences DANIEL SEUNG JUN KIM Food Science

CORA ELIZABETH SARAH LOUCKS Plant Agriculture

DANA MOORE Environmental Biology (Toxicology)

NIKOLAY REPIN Food Science

ANDREA L. CURLEY Environmental Sciences AMANDA HOPE DEBRUYN Environmental Sciences

TARA MARGARET HARVEY Environmental Sciences

WILLIAM LEE Food Safety and Quality Assurance

JAMES DE SOUZA Food Science

WENYU HUANG Food Science

KAYLA MARILYN MURRAY Food Science

ALLISON DENG Food Safety and Quality Assurance

VANJA DJUKIC Animal Biosciences ASMA ELBRHAMI Food Science

NATASHA DIMITRA GERMANAKOS Animal Biosciences

CHLOE ELIZABETH GRESEL Animal and Poultry Science ENZHU GUO Food Safety and Quality Assurance

NICOLE HILL Animal and Poultry Science ANSDEEP KAUR KAPOOR Food Safety and Quality Assurance ANNA KRZYWDZINSKI Plant Agriculture

JANEL KENDRA KUSKA Animal and Poultry Science JASON MICHAEL JOSEPH LANOUE Plant Agriculture

MUHAMMAD MAS Food Safety and Quality Assurance

DAI NING Environmental Sciences (Toxicology)

PETER MITCHELL NOWELL Environmental Sciences

STEPHANIE PAGE Capacity Development and Extension

CLEMENT BOAKYE AGYEMAN Rural Planning and Development

JAIME DUBYNA Rural Planning and Development

STEPHANIE ANN SAN MIGUEL Rural Planning and Development

DANE PAUL CRONIN Environmental Sciences

RANGA LASANTHI DANAPALA Food Safety and Quality Assurance

TRUC TRAN Food Safety and Quality Assurance

CHUQIAO DAI Rural Planning and Development

JASMINE HALL Rural Planning and Development

(Graduated in absentia Summer 2016)

STEPHANIE FRANKO Equine Management

NAOMI SERMER Equine Management

GLEN ALLAN GIBSON Food and Agricultural Business

ABEERA RIZWAN Food and Agricultural Business

* with distinction

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NATALIA PIEDRAHITA Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

JENNIFER H. PROULX Animal and Poultry Science

LILIA SERPA Animal Biosciences DAVID JOHN SEYMOUR Animal Biosciences BRANDI TERRANCE ELIZE SPARLING Animal Biosciences LAURA KATHRYN ST. AUBIN Food Safety and Quality Assurance

JAMES TEMPLEMAN Animal Biosciences DEANNA WALTER Environmental Sciences CHUAN WANG Food Safety and Quality Assurance YU WANG Food Safety and Quality Assurance KAUSHALYA WIJEKURUPPU Food Safety and Quality Assurance LIN YANG Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

BUXIN TAN Food Safety and Quality Assurance

NICOLE HELEN RACHEL VANQUAETHEM Rural Planning and Development

TAYLOR WELLINGS Rural Planning and Development


Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science

EVAN SCOTT HOVEY Food Science

MORGAN ELIZABETH DAVIS Animal Biology

BRIAN DOUGLAS LITTLE Plant Science

SPENCER ALLAN MCLELLAN Environmental Biology

MICHAEL DOUGLAS HOWARD CORDON Agricultural Science

ALANNA GRACE KLAGES Animal Science

REBECCA MARIA JENNEN Agricultural Science

BRENDAN ALEXANDER METZGER* Crop, Hort and Turfgrass Sciences

Honours Program

NICOLE PATRICIA CLAIRE DURBRIDGE Animal Biology

HANNA IRIS GARBIG Animal Biology

DAISY GOULART Environmental Biology

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science in Agriculture Honours Program MITCHELL NICHOLAS AUSTIN ALLAN Agricultural Science

CHRISTINA LOUISE BURKE Animal Science

ALEXANDRA LYNN CARPENTER Animal Science LEAH NICOLE ELIZABETH CORDON Animal Science

Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Science in Environmental Sciences Honours Program

Associate Diploma in Turfgrass Management

AMY KWOK Animal Biology

PHILIP HAY WAH MAK Animal Biology

CURTIS RENWICK HAELZLE Agricultural Science

LAURISSA RAE CHRISTIE* Environmental Science Co-operative Education Program ANDREW DANIEL EDMUNDS* Environmental Science Co-operative Education Program

JORDAN ELIZABETH MAYFIELD* Environmental Biology

COURTNEY LYNN NELSON* Animal Biology

EMMA MARGARET LAMOURE Animal Science

WENDY JENKINS Environmental Biology

KATHLEEN MCTAVISH Environmental Science Co-operative Education Program

LAUREN ANN NIGHTINGALE Plant Science

JUWAIRAH MALIK SHER Animal Biology

DANIEL ROTHSCHILD Animal Biology

KATHERINE ELIZABETH STONE Plant Science

KEVIN FRANK PIUNNO* Plant Science

CAMERON MARK OGILVIE* Agricultural Science JAMIE LEE REICH Crop, Hort and Turfgrass Sciences ALESHA ROZENFELD Organic Agriculture

JENNA SMITH Agricultural Science JACQUELINE ELIZABETH METCALFE Environmental Science Co-operative Education Program

VICTORIA EMILY ANN STEWART Animal Biology

SERESA TSZ TUNG TAM Crop, Hort and Turfgrass Sciences

KARYSA MARIE TOOLE Animal Biology

TAMARA BRIANA VALENTI Animal Biology

KRISTEN DAWN WILLIAMS Agricultural Science

DARCY GORDON THRING Animal Science

CHRISTINE ELIZABETH WYVILLE Agricultural Science

NEENA RAJ Environmental Science Co-operative Education Program

ALEXANDRA NICOLE STINSON Environmental Science Co-operative Education Program

AMIE SUZANNE WAELCHLI Agricultural Science

CHLOE ST-HILAIRE Environmental Science

RYAN GRAY WOODWORTH

* with distinction

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Ontario Veterinary College

Doctor of / Doctorate in Philosophy

Doctor of / Doctorate in Veterinary Science Master of / Magisteriate in Biomedical Sciences

FAISAL JAMES ALIBHAI Biomedical Sciences (Neuroscience)

EMILY ANNE BEATRICE GILBERT Biomedical Sciences

SHANMUGA SUNDARAM KARUPPUSAMY Biomedical Sciences

SARAH ISABELLE MARIE LEPAGE Biomedical Sciences

JULIANA BONIN FERREIRA Population Medicine (Veterinary Science)

FIRDOUS AHMAD KHAN Population Medicine (Veterinary Science)

MARJA ASTRID OSCOS SNOWBALL Pathobiology (Veterinary Science)

GWYNETH WATROUS Clinical Studies (Veterinary Science)

MICHELLE GRACE DUECKMAN Public Health

KELSEY LUYTEN Public Health

LAVINIA TOFAN Public Health

JUSTINE WALLACE Public Health

EMILIE BELAGE Population Medicine

NATASHA JANKE Population Medicine

JESSICA LINDSAY WALSH Pathobiology

JEREMY KOON-TO WONG Pathobiology

JOSE DENIS-ROBICHAUD Population Medicine

MACKENZIE SLIFIERZ Pathobiology

ANJA STOJSIN CARTER Biomedical Sciences TRISHA WESTERS Population Medicine

LUCAS BARILLAS DA SILVA Biomedical Sciences

Master of / Magisteriate in Public Health

PATRICIA CORRIN Public Health

Master of / Magisteriate in Science

SYED MOEZ AHMED Biomedical Sciences

Doctor of / Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine

SIOBHAN O’SULLIVAN*

BRENDAN DOUGHERTY Public Health

ADAM ANDRADE Biomedical Sciences

AMANDA LOPREIATO Public Health

ALHAM DELROBA Biomedical Sciences

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JULIA SOHN Public Health

PAIGE CLARE VROOM Pathobiology

SONJA VUKOVIC Public Health


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CONVOCATION 2017


Winter 2017 University of Guelph Convocation Program