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Jesse Cale, Caroline Greaves and Hayley Jones receive medals at Convocation

June 16, 2011
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Jesse Cale (fourth from right) received his PhD and the Governor General’s Gold Medal award at Convocation on Thursday afternoon. This award is granted to the two SFU graduate students who achieve the highest academic standing upon graduation from a master’s or doctoral degree program.

His thesis, in SFU’s School of Criminology, was entitled The antisocial trajectories in youth of adult sexual aggressors of women: A developmental framework for examining offending, motivation, and risk of recidivism in adulthood.

Also convocating at this ceremony were Dean of Graduate Studies Convocation Medal award winners Caroline Greaves, PhD, Department of Psychology (thesis: Progression towards sexual re-offence: Detailing the offence cycle and contributing factors in high-risk sexual offenders) and Hayley Jones, MA, School for International Studies (thesis: Conditional cash transfers, labour markets, and poverty reduction: A pilot study of Brazil’s Bolsa Família).

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