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Faculty of Environment award winners

October 25, 2021
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Congratulations to this year's award winners.

Convocation Medals

Recognizing graduating students from each faculty whose cumulative grade point average places them in the top five per cent of their class.

Anne St. Clair, PhD, School of Resource and Environmental Management

Taylor Anderson, PhD, Department of Geography

Ruby Barnard, BA, Department of Geography

Department/School Awards

Alexander Hook is the award recipient of the Alton Harestad Book Award honouring graduating students who have excelled academically and contributed to an improved student experience in Environmental Science.

 

Amanda Camillo is the award recipient of the Kim Fofonove Memorial Book Prize awarded to an outstanding geography student from the graduating class.

Ana Mendez is the recipient of the Warren Gill Memorial Award which recognizes leadership and service within the community by a human geographer.  

 

 

Deanna Smith is the recipient of the Anne Sullivan Book Award for Service to Department (Archaeology).

Henry Finn is the award recipient of the Resource and Environmental Management book award. The award recognizes a highly successful graduating student who  consistently exhibits a reputation for mentoring and contributing towards an improved student experience, both academically and socially.

Hilary Ta is the award recipient of the Alton Harestad Book Award honouring graduating students who have excelled academically and contributed to an improved student experience in Environmental Science.

Kristin Oliver and Tanner Humphreys (runner up) are recipitants of Archaeology's Phil Hobler Book Award for Academic Excellence.

Lisa Siemens is the award recipient of the Alton Harestad Book Award honouring graduating students who have excelled academically and contributed to an improved student experience in Environmental Science.

Mathew Dodds is the award recipient of the Peter Schaub Memorial Book Prize awarded to an outstanding geography student involved in the geography student union.

Sterling Hillman is the recipient of the Resource and environmental management  book award. The award recognizes a highly successful graduating student who  consistently exhibits a reputation for mentoring and contributing towards an improved student experience, both academically and socially.

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