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Jason Procyk receives Undergraduate Dean’s Medal

An Interactive Arts and Technology graduand, Jason will be awarded with the Undergraduate Dean’s Medal this Friday.

June 11, 2014
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Graduating with a Bachelor of Science at this year’s Spring convocation, the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology is delighted to congratulate Jason Procyk in receiving the Undergraduate Dean’s Medal.

Attaining the highest grade point average across the Faculty, Jason is an avid researcher in the area of location-based storytelling. Now pursing further studies in the Master of Science program, his supervisor Dr. Carman Neustaedter describes him as “a truly remarkable student…wise beyond his years, highly reflective, and incredibly sharp.”

Known for his passion for learning, Dr. Neustaedter highlights that he “[has] yet to see another undergraduate student excel in research the way Jason did.  Before he finished his undergraduate degree, he had more research publications than many incoming PhD students”.

The Faculty looks forward to learn more about his incredible work as he continues pursing his academic career with FCAT.

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