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2009 Convocation medal roundup

May 28, 2009

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GOVERNOR GENERAL’S GOLD (GRADUATE) MEDALS
Awarded to the two SFU graduate students who achieve the highest academic standing upon graduation from a master’s or doctoral degree program.

DAVIDE TURCATO, PhD
(see story)
History
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

COLIN MACDONALD, PhD
(see story)
Mathematics
Faculty of Science

GRADUATE DEAN’S CONVOCATION MEDALS
Convocation medals for graduate studies recognize graduating students from each faculty whose cumulative grade-point averages place them in the top five per cent of their class

AARON WARD, PhD
Computing Science
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Aaron Ward

ALLEN GREENWOOD, MBA
Faculty of Business Administration
Allen Greenwood

AMI MARIA MAMOLO, PhD
Faculty of Education

DOROTHY EASTON, MPP
Master’s in Public Policy
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

XIUJUN (JAMES) LI, PhD
Chemistry
Faculty of Science
Xiujun (James) Li

DIANA WHELLAMS, MPH
Master of Public Health
Faculty of Health Sciences
Diana Whellams

GORDON M. SHRUM GOLD MEDAL (UNDERGRADUATE)
SFU’s most prestigious undergraduate medal is bestowed on a graduating student whose high scholastic standing and extra-curricular activities demonstrate outstanding qualities of character and unselfish devotion to the university.

ROCHELLE STEVENSON, BA HONOURS
(see story)
Criminology
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

GOVERNOR GENERAL’S SILVER (UNDERGRADUATE) MEDAL
Awarded to the two SFU undergraduate students who achieve the highest academic standing upon graduation from a bachelor’s degree program.

ROBYN DAVIDSON, BSc
(see story)
Environmental Science
Faculty of Science

YI (JOYCE) ZHANG, BSc
(see story)
Actuarial Science
Faculty of Science
Yi (Joyce) Zhang

UNDERGRADUATE DEANS’ CONVOCATION MEDALS
The deans’ convocation medals for undergraduate studies recognize graduating students from each faculty whose cumulative grade-point averages place them in the top five per cent of their class.

PAUL CARRIÈRE, BSc
Engineering Science
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Paul Carriere

SHELLY ZHOU, BA HONOURS
Psychology
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

MICHELLE DICKIE, BA
Cognitive Science
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

SARAVIE BREWER, BBA HONOURS
Joint major, Business Administration and Economics
Faculty of Business Administration

GRETA VISSCHER, BEd
Extended minors: French and History
Faculty of Education

JESSICA TOM, BSc
Biological Sciences
Faculty of Science

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