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1 spring congregation 2018 may may the chan centre for the performing arts

2 Dear Graduand, Your graduation began long before this day. It began when you made the choice to study that extra hour, dedicate yourself more deeply, and strive to reach for the degree you had chosen to fully commit your life to pursuing. Many of the people that helped you arrive here today are seated beside you friends, family, classmates while others are thinking of you from afar. We are honoured to have given you a place to discover, inspire others and be challenged beyond what you thought was possible. We hope you know, we will always be that place for you. Yours, UBC

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS The Graduation Journey 2 Graduation Traditions 4 Chancellor s Welcome 6 President s Welcome 8 Musqueam Welcome 10 Honorary Degree Recipients 12 The Board of Governors & Senate 16 Honoring Significant 18 Accomplishments & Contributions Scholarships, Medals & Prizes 19 Schedule of Ceremonies 24 Lists of Spring 2018 Graduating Students Wednesday, May 23, :30am 32 11:00am 36 1:30pm 39 4:00pm 43 Thursday, May 24, :30am 47 11:00am 52 1:30pm 55 4:00pm 59 Friday, May 25, :30am 63 11:00am 66 1:30pm 69 4:00pm 72 Monday, May 28, :30am 75 11:00am 78 1:30pm 81 4:00pm 85 Tuesday, May 29, :30am 89 11:00am 92 1:30pm 95 4:00pm 98 Wednesday, May 30, :30am :00am 104 1:30pm 107 4:00pm 110 Thursday, May 31, :30am :00am 116 1:30pm 120 4:00pm 123 Acknowledgements 125 O Canada 125 Alumni Welcome 129 A General Reception will follow each Ceremony at the Flag Pole Plaza. 1 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

4 THE GRADUATION JOURNEY The UBC graduation journey has been forged by the spirit of the university s motto, Tuum Est, (meaning it is yours ) since Today, you, the graduating class of 2018, now shape UBC s history by making it your own One of the first graduating classes was the Arts Class of 1916 pictured here at a party at the home of Mary Wilons. In UBC s first year, there were only three faculties: Arts, Applied Science and Agriculture with 379 registered students and 34 faculty members. 1920s The twenties saw the student-led Great Trek to claim UBC s Point Grey campus and establish the university as a place of mind for students the world over. The AMS incorporated as a non-profit society and the university began awarding its first graduate degrees to students. In the Ubyssey, published in September 23, 1925, students described the new campus with a sense of wonder: We are dazed with the appearance of architectural cleanliness and bewildered by our lineal freedom. 1940s The forties were an era of tremendous change at the university as both students and faculty embraced the war effort. In 1943, new President Norman MacKenzie began in earnest to expand the university and new departments were formed along with new buildings to house them including Brock Hall, the first student union building. By the 1950 s, UBC had established itself as a comprehensive university and top choice for students in BC and beyond. 2 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

5 1960s Student numbers continued to escalate alongside the scholarly activities that began to define UBC as a leader in research. The campus was alive with sixties counterculture and a sixth president of UBC was elected by the name of Dr. Walter Gage. New student residences were created to respond to the expanding student body as well as a new student union building. Students gain influence at the university and are elected to the University Board of Governors for the first time. 1980s With over 34,000 students registered at the beginning of the eighties, UBC began attracting scholars from all over the world. Engineering students were in the news frequently for their pranks, which included the famous Ladner Clock Tower stunt in which students pulled off hoisting a white Volkswagen Bug onto the top of the tower. Dr. Martha Piper was elected President in 1997 and ushered in an era of international engagement that saw UBC step onto the world stage as an educator and global centre for research excellence Close to 13,000 students will become the Class of They will go on to join the over 325,000 alumni who have successfully graduated from UBC and continue their journey as treasured members of the UBC community. The May 2018 graduation ceremonies marks the first time students from UBC s Vantage College will be graduating. We congratulate the students who began their UBC Arts or Science degree at UBC Vantage College in 2014 and will be crossing the stage to receive their degrees! Tuum est! 3 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

6 GRADUATION TRADITIONS 4 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

7 The University Mace is a symbol of the authority of the Chancellor. It is displayed on ceremonial occasions, most notably during the congregation ceremonies but also during the Installation of a President or Chancellor. THE UNIVERSITY MACE In the fall of 1957, the University com missioned Haida carver Bill Reid to undertake the project. Owing to Reid s heavy workload, he suggested that George Norris be asked to help design and carve the Mace. The planning of the Mace took some time and a final design was not approved until Norris carved the Mace from a block of yew and it included a stylized thunderbird on the thick upper portion. The Mace also featured the use of copper that was prominent in Northwest Coast native art. This copper trimming was designed and prepared by Bill Reid. Norris completed the Mace in 1959 and it was first used at the Fall Congregation where the Director of Ceremonies, Malcolm McGregor, carried it for the first time. Today the Mace is carried by the Macebearer who leads the Platform Party, which includes the Chancellor, the President, and other dignitaries, onto the stage for the Congregation ceremonies. REGALIA COLOURS GRAD CLASS LEGACY UBC students have created a rich legacy of gifts and donations to the UBC Vancouver campus. Since 1919, the graduating class has held a Tree Planting Ceremony on campus. The 2018 Grad Class tree is a London Plane Tree (Platanus acerifolia), located at the Northwest corner of East Mall and University Boulevard. The tradition of the Grad Class Gift to the University began in 1926 with the presentation of a trophy case designed to house athletic and literary awards. Since that time, each successive graduating class has chosen a gift or series of gifts to enhance the campus. The 2018 Grad Class gift is a commissioned LGBQTTI (Pride and Trans) art installation which, upon completion, will be situated outside the NEST. The goal is to foster inclusivity by proclaiming UBC and UBC s public spaces as positive spaces. The gift will also provide financial support to each of the undergraduate societies to promote campus-wide student engagement. The total value of the gift is $20,000. The hoods, gowns and hats worn by graduates are lined with colours to indicate the degree to be conferred, a tradition dating back to the Middle Ages when the first universities were founded. 5 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

8 CHANCELLOR S WELCOME On behalf of all UBC alumni, it is my pleasure to welcome graduates and your families and friends on what we hope is a joyful occasion. No doubt you have been asked: What will you do after university? Some of you have made clear choices about what comes next. Others may be less certain, but as graduates of UBC, you are justifiably optimistic that compelling opportunities are just around the corner. There appears to be consensus among writers and philosophers and parents that it is choice rather than fate which determines where the human journey leads. Perhaps Ralph Waldo Emerson said it most succinctly: The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be. But as you embark on the next leg of your journey, I encourage you to be aware that the learning process is still young. Throughout our lives we make discoveries that stimulate new interests and new ambitions. Such is the wonderment of fate it is often a welcome stimulus that opens our eyes to previously unforeseen opportunities for success and fulfillment, even on the part of those who are confident in the choices they have already made about the future. But some choices should never be altered, irrespective of what fate has in store for us. Chief among these are the principles by which we choose to live. Indeed, ours is a world rich in information and opportunity, but it is also a world that has grown increasingly complex, and one whose destiny will be shaped by important choices on the part of all of us. As alumni of UBC, I hope we are all uniformly proud of our university s reputation for adhering to principles of mutual respect, equity and sustainability, and that these remain our own chosen principles at every juncture on the road ahead. Let us never lose sight of how our actions affect the natural world, nor of the necessity of respectful and mutually beneficial engagement with people of all cultures, including the indigenous peoples of Canada. As graduates of one of the world s finest universities, it is incumbent upon all of us to be unwavering in our choices to be contributors to a just, compassionate and sustainable world. As for fate, have no fear. The journey has only just begun, and there is every chance that the unforeseen will be extraordinary! Warmest congratulations to all. lindsay gordon, b.a. 73, m.b.a SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

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11 Congratulations! Graduation is a momentous day in your life. It is a time to look back at all you ve accomplished and a time to look ahead to what s next. Congratulations! Graduation is a momentous day in your life. It is a time to look back at all you ve accomplished and a time to look ahead to what s next. I hope that when you do look back on your time at UBC, you will do so with fondness, and that when you look ahead, you will see UBC as a part of your future. You will always be welcome here, and we look forward to hearing about your personal and professional achievements as you build on the foundation provided by your UBC degree. As new graduates, you are joining a large group of remarkable people who have preceded you through this ceremony. Today, the graduates of UBC excel in practically every field of human endeavor. Three graduates have served as Prime Minister of Canada including the incumbent Justin Trudeau. Seventy graduates have been awarded the Rhodes Scholarship and 65 graduates have won an Olympic medal. Our alumni include scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs, educators, activists, artists, writers and humanitarians. Wherever they may be, our talented graduates are contributing to the wellbeing of their fellow citizens and solving some of the grand challenges that face humanity. As you begin a new stage in your life and experience, you can be confident that you can and will make a difference, because like the UBC graduates who have gone before you, you possess the knowledge and skills that are conferred by an excellent education. At every level and in every course you ve taken here, you have been exposed to the rigours of critical thinking, to the complexities of problem-solving, and to the need for risk-taking and imagination in the creation of new ideas. You have developed strong communication skills in a variety of media, and learned the value of teamwork and collaboration. You have encountered people and ideas from a wide variety of backgrounds, in the process acquiring a new understanding of cultures and traditions that differ from your own. As you embark on the next stage of your life s journey, do not be afraid to take up the challenges that await you; you will have many opportunities to turn your hard-earned expertise and knowledge to good use, to become involved in your society, and to offer your ideas and solutions with the confidence that they will be heard and respected. In his address to UBC s initial graduating class in 1916, UBC s first President Frank Wesbrook encouraged students to make our world a better place in which to live. Today, a century later, I echo his remarks. I believe each of you has the capacity and skill to succeed and make our world a better place. As you celebrate this transformational day with your family and friends, take a minute to reflect and think forward to the many ways you might help shape the world in the years ahead. And one more thing. Graduation should never mean goodbye. As Professor Wesbrook also said at that time, Tuum Est it s your university today and always. Best wishes, professor santa j. ono 9 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

12 MUSQUEAM WELCOME kʷθə sqʷels tə xʷməθkʷəy əm ʔə k ʷəθ ʔi ʔəm ʔa: si:y ém tə siyéy eʔ ct, θət tə xʷməθkʷəy əm məsteyəxʷ, ʔəm i ce:p ʔewəɬ tə ɬwələp ʔəy məsteyəxʷ ʔi ʔə tə n a Spring 2018 Congregation ʔə tə University of British Columbia. On behalf of the Musqueam Indian Band, the Musqueam Band Council welcomes the new Graduates, their families and friends to the Spring 2018 Congregation at the University of British Columbia. ʔəy tə šxʷqʷeləwən ct k ʷs səy em stəxʷs kʷθə niʔ ʔəsep k ʷs tatəl naməts. niʔ m ə ʔəw ʔəy kʷθə ʔəθ ya:ys tə ɬwələp mək ʷ wet. We are pleased to honour the graduates and extend our congratulations to each and every one of you. sc ec ən ct ʔəw hilək ʷmət tə ʔəw k ʷə lməxʷ k ʷs m is ʔi ʔə tə n a sʔa:nɬ təməxʷ k ʷs tatəl wí:ls ʔə tə UBC. We are especially pleased to extend our welcome and congratulations to the increasing number of First Nations students who visit UBC, and our traditional lands, for their education. ƛ a tə sya:yss tə ɬwələp si:y ém k ʷs yəθey təm tə ʔəθ weʔələp kʷθə sʔəy xeɬ ʔiʔ kʷθə ʔəθ ʔəy eq. The accomplishments and contributions of each student build the foundation for their future as well as the future of UBC and the larger community. niʔ ce:p nem yəʔe:y k ʷəθ yəya:y əs, xʷənsteʔə ʔiʔ wəɬ xʷq iləsəm ce:p ʔiʔ xʷən nəc nac təl θəɬ. hilək ʷ yəxʷ ce:p k ʷə ʔəθ niʔ xəy ləs. nem ʔewəɬ xʷəne:y ʔə kʷθən ʔəy ya:ys. These individual accomplishments reflect the talent and diversity among you. Today, the feeling of pride and accomplishment that accompanies the completion of your course of study will add to each student s confidence in moving on to their next endeavour. ƛ a tə n a UBC ʔam ət ʔi ʔə tə n a šxʷməθkʷəy əmaʔɬ təməxʷ tə šxʷʔam əts tə sʔan:ɬ syəθ. UBC is situated within the heart of Musqueam s traditional territory. These lands have always been a place for learning. niʔ wəɬ k ʷin k ʷs nec əw əcs meqeʔ šxʷniʔs nəweyɬəm kʷθə smən e:ms kʷθə xʷməθkʷəy em ʔi ʔə šxʷʔi ct. wə θəʔit wə cweʔ ct tə sʔa:nɬ šxʷəlməxʷaʔɬ snəweyəɬ. ƛ a šxʷtəʔes wə yaθ k ʷs ʔiw əsənəqs kʷθə m i:s yəʔe:y eqt kʷθə syəw en ʔiʔ xʷən stəʔe. In previous centuries, what is now the UBC campus was a centre for learning for Musqueam youth, who were instructed in culture, history, and tradition, and who in turn shared their knowledge with a new generation. Belief, knowledge, ritual, technological practices, were all handed down here from generation to generation just as they are today to students from diverse communities and backgrounds. hay ce:p q ə ʔə tə UBC ʔiʔ President Ono k ʷs xʷən heʔk ʷnəss tə ɬniməɬ xʷməθkʷəy əm məsteyəxʷ ʔiʔ xʷən c ɬyəyay əstəl. Musqueam thanks UBC and President Ono for continuing to recognize these lands and the tradition of learning associated with them as an integral part of the history and well being of the Musqueam community. We also thank UBC for continuing to seek a partnership with Musqueam as co-host for special initiatives and ceremonies. niʔ ct kʷə ʔəw mək ʷ wet tə ɬniməɬ xʷməθkʷəy əm xʷtəlqən k ʷs niʔs ʔəw sθəθəy kʷθə c ɬyəyay əstəl ʔiʔ tə nəc awməxʷ. Education, ƛ a šxʷm i q pəθət ct - c iyətalə k ʷəθ niʔ xəy ləs. We are pleased that our lands continue to be a place for learning and sharing. We are supportive of UBC s many programs and initiatives to form partnerships with the Musqueam and other First Nations communities. Education brings us all together, and each of the students congregating today is an inspiration to us all. niʔ ce:p ɬə ʔal xʷəyəlew ʔəθ graduation yeɬ ʔəθ nem c ewəɬtən kʷθə ʔi ʔə tə n a UBC ʔiʔ ƛ əw mək ʷ ʔəncə səsəw xʷəʔaʔɬət k ʷ c ɬwet ʔal. It is our hope that after graduation you will continue contributing to UBC, to our communities and to the well being of society and in doing so you will bring about positive change. ʔəy tə ʔəθ ya:ys tə ɬwələp 2018 graduates təliʔ ʔə tə University of British Columbia. niʔ ce:p ɬə ʔal wə ʔiyəs ce:p ceʔ Congratulations to all University of British Columbia 2018 Graduates. We wish you further success for your future. 10 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

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14 2018 HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENTS Honorary degrees recognize individuals who have made substantial contributions to society. Conferred honoris causa, for the sake of honour, these degrees are awarded as one of three types: Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Letters and Doctor of Science. Peter C. Agre Dr. Peter Agre is a physician and molecular biologist at Johns Hopkins University, a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, and the Director of Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute. In 2003 he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, with Roderick MacKinnon, for the discovery of aquaporins, water-channel proteins that move water molecules through cell membranes. Agre is active in science diplomacy and holds 19 honorary doctorates. Ross J. Beaty, c.m. Ross Beaty is a geologist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist with over 40 years of experience in mineral and renewable energy industries. As founder and chairman of Pan American Silver and Alterra Power Corp., he is a generous supporter of environmental conservation organizations and causes, including the establishment of the Beaty Biodiversity Museum and Beaty Biodiversity Centre at UBC. Beaty is a member of the Order of Canada, the Director of the Pacific Salmon Foundation, and the founder of the Sitka Foundation which supports environmental conservation, scientific research, and advocacy relating to preservation and protection of the environment. Jonathan Fanton Jonathan Fanton is the president of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and one of the world s leading advocates for an integrated system of international justice. He holds a Ph.D. in American history from Yale University. He served as president of the New School for Social Research from , and of the MacArthur Foundation from He has served on the board of numerous organizations including Human Rights Watch and the Security Council Report. 12 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

15 Patsy George, c.m., o.b.c. Patsy George is a social worker and internationally recognized advocate for human rights and social justice. With a decades-long public service and professional career, Ms. George is the recipient of numerous distinctions including Order of British Columbia, Order of Canada, and a Woman of Our Times Award. Ryan Holmes Ryan Holmes is a native of B.C. who helped shape the identity of Vancouver as a tech hub. He is the founder of the social media company Hootsuite, which employs 500 people while being used by 10 million more, and whose technologies have been used by companies and organizations from Facebook to the Obama administration. He regularly contributes to publications such as Forbes and the LinkedIn Influencers Program. 13 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

16 2018 HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENTS Leroy Hood Leroy Hood is an American biologist and a leader in the biotechnology field for his development of automated DNA sequencing. Hood is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine-one of only 15 people out of 6,000 affiliated to all three. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the National Medal of Science from President Obama in Mary-Claire King Mary-Claire King is a geneticist and American Cancer Society Professor of Genome Sciences and a Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington. Her major research accomplishments include identifying the existence of a breast cancer gene, demonstrating that humans and chimpanzees are 99 per cent genetically identical, and applying genomic sequencing to identify victims of human rights abuses. King s research has revolutionized the study of numerous inherited diseases, and her discovery of the gene BRCA1 to identify women at high risk of breast and ovarian cancer has now become standard practice in oncology. Naomi Oreskes Naomi Oreskes is a Professor of the History of Science and an Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. She holds a Ph.D. in Geological Research and History of Science from Stanford University and is best known for her work on the consensus among climate scientists of global climate change and the forces behind climate denial. Oreskes is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and has been the recipient of numerous awards for her work in climate science communication. 14 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

17 Stewart Phillip Grand Chief Stewart Phillip is the president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs and the Chair of the Okanagan Nation Alliance. He has taken an active role in the defence of Aboriginal Title and Rights by supporting First Nations communities in need, and has been involved in numerous protests and lobbying movements at provincial and national levels. In October 2006, the Okanagan Nation, led by the Elders of the Penticton Indian Band, acknowledged his lifetime commitment to the defence of Indigenous Peoples Title and Rights by bestowing on him and his family the rare honour of the title of Grand Chief. Eden Robinson Eden Robinson is an internationally recognized Haisla and Heiltsuk novelist and short story writer. She is a graduate of UBC s master s program in Creative Writing and the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2016 Writers Trust Engel/Findley Award. Ms. Robinson has held multiple writer-in-residence positions across Canada, and her most recent novel, Son of a Trickster, has been shortlisted for the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize. 15 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

18 UBC BOARD OF GOVERNORS SENATE UBC VANCOUVER UBC s 21-member Board of Governors comprises the chancellor, the president, eleven persons appointed by the lieutenant-governor, three faculty members elected by faculty, three full-time students elected by students and two people elected by and from the full-time employees of the university who are not faculty members. By legislation, the board is responsible for the management, administration and control of the property, revenue, business and affairs of the university including the appointment of senior officials and faculty on the recommendation of the president. The governors represent diverse backgrounds, which provide valuable input during board deliberations. Ex-Officio Elected by Students Ex-Officio The Chancellor Lindsay Gordon, B.A. (Br.Col.), M.B.A. (Br.Col.) The President, Chair Santa J. Ono, B.A., Ph.D., Dr. h.c. Provost and Vice President, Academic Andrew Szeri, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Secretary, Associate Vice President, Enrolment Services and Registrar Kate Ross, B.A., M.A., Ed.D. The Chancellor Lindsay Gordon, B.A. (Br.Col.), M.B.A. (Br.Col.) The President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono, B.A., Ph.D., Dr. h.c. Appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council Sandra Cawley (Vice-Chair), B.Com. (Br.Col.) Chaslynn Gillanders, B.A., J.D. (Br.Col.), Raghwa Gopal Celeste Haldane, B.A. (Br.Col.), LL.B. (Br.Col.), LL.M Michael Korenberg (Chair), B.A., J.D. Fiona Macfarlane, B.Com., LL.B., LL.M. Nancy McKenzie, B.B.A., C.P.A., C.A. Beverlee Park, B.Com., M.B.A., C.A. Kevin Smith, B.Sc. (Br.Col.), C.A. Joel Solomon, B.A. Shola Fashanu Jakob Gattinger Jeanie Malone, B.A.Sc. (Br.Col.) Elected by Faculty Ayesha Chaudry, B.A. Hon., M.A., Ph.D. John Klironomos, B.Sc., Ph.D. Charles Menzies, B.A., M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D Elected by and from full-time employees of the University who are not members of the Faculty Darran Fernandez, M.Ed. (Br.Col.) Curtis Morcom, B.B.A., C.A., C.P.A. The Deans Dean of Applied Science, J. Olson, B.A.Sc., Ph.D. (Br.Col.), P.Eng. Dean of Arts, G. Averill, B.A., Ph.D. Dean of Commerce and Business Administration, R. Helsley, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Dentistry, M. MacDougall, B.A., Ph.D. Dean of Education, B. Frank, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D. (Br.Col.) Dean of Forestry, J. Innes, B.A. (Hons.), M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Graduate, S. Porter, B.Sc., Ph.D. (Br.Col.) Dean of Land and Food Systems, R. Yada, B.Sc., (Br.Col) M.Sc. (Br.Col), Ph.D. (Br.Col) Dean of Peter A. Allard School of Law, C. Dauvergne, B.A., M.A., LL.B. (Br.Col), Ph.D. Dean of Medicine, D. Kelleher, M.D., FRCP, FRCPI, FMedSci Dean of Pharmaceutical Sciences, M. Coughtrie, B.Sc., Ph.D. Dean of Science, S. Peacock, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Chief Librarian S. Parker, B.A., M.A., M.L.S. Director of Continuing Education H. Brock, B.Sc. (Br.Col.), D.Phil. 16 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

19 Elected by the Faculties Applied Science M. Isaacson, M.A., Ph.D., P.Eng., FCSCE, FASCE, FEIC V. Bungay, B.S.N., M.N., Ph.D. (Br.Col.), R.N. Arts C.W. Marshall, B.A., Ph.D. M. K. Kuus, B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D. Commerce and Business Administration A. Fisher, B.A., M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. K. Lo, B.Com., M.S., Ph.D., C.A. Dentistry D. MacDonald, B.D.S., B.Sc. (Hons.), LL.B. (Hons.), M.Sc., D.D.S., DDRRCR, FDSRCPS, FRCD L. Rucker, A.B., B.Sc.D., D.D.S. Education G. Faulkner, B.Ed., M.Sc., Ph.D. R. Boushel, B.A., M.A., D.Sc. Forestry V. Griess, Dipl. For.Eng., M.Sc., Ph.D. P. L. Marshall, B.Sc.F., M.Sc.F., Ph.D.(Br.Col.) R.P.F. Graduate T. Schneider, Lic.Phil., Ph.D. T. Rogers, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Land & Food Systems S. Grayston, B.Sc., Ph.D M. Upadhyaya, B.Sc. (Ag.) (J. Nehru Agri.), M.Sc. (I.A.R.I.), M.A. (Princ.), Ph.D. (Mich.), P.Ag., C.P.H., C.P.Ag., FWSSA Medicine C. Krebs, M.A., Ph.D. (Br.Col.), D.Sc., FRSC M. Koehoorn, B.Sc., Ph.D. (Br.Col.) Peter A. Allard School of Law S. Matsui, LL.B., LL.M., J.S.D., LL.D. A. Sheppard B.A., LL.B. (Br.Col.), LL.M. Pharmaceutical Sciences C. Nislow, B.A., Ph.D. A. Collier, B.Sc., Ph.D. Science P. Loewen, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Br.Col.) M. Thachuk, B.Sc., Ph.D. Elected by a Joint Meeting of the Faculties P. Adebar, B.Eng., M.A.Sc., Ph.D. S. Forwell, B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. P. G. Harrison, B.Sc. (Hon.), Ph.D. A. Ivanov, B.Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D., P.Eng. C. Jaeger, B.Sc., M.A.Sc. (Br.Col.) P. Keown, M.B., Ch.B., FRCPC, FRCP, FACA, MRCP(UK) A. Kindler, M.A., M.A., Ed.D. W. McKee, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A. Murphy, Ph.D. S. Singh, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. L. Stothers, M.D. (Br.Col.), FRCSC S. Thorne, R.N., B.S.N., M.S.N. (Br.Col.), Ph.D. Convocation Members of Senate T. Ahmed, B.Eng., LL.B. (Br.Col.) L. Burr, B.A.(Br.Col.), M.Sc.(Br.Col.), M.D. (Br.Col.), FRCS(C) A. Dulay, B.A. (Br.Col.), B.Ed. (Br.Col.), M.ED (Br.Col), Ed.D. B. Fischer, B.Sc. (Br.Col.), B.Sc.N. (Br.Col.), J.D. (Br.Col.) J. H. V. Gilbert, C.M., Ph.D., FCAHS S. Haffey, B.A., (Br.Col.) M.A., M.B.A. H. Leong, B.A. (Hons.) (Br.Col.), B.Ed (Br.Col.), M.A. (Br.Col.) W. B. McNulty, B.P.E. (Br.Col.), M.P.E. (Br.Col.), M.A. (Br.Col.) S. T. Ngo, B.A. (Br.Col). J. D. Shepherd, B.Sc. (Br.Col.), M. C. Stewart, J.D. (Br.Col.) R. C. Tees, B.A. (Hons.), Ph.D. Elected Representative of the Professional Librarians K. Madill, M.L.I.S. (Br.Col.), M.F.A. (Br.Col.), B.F.A. (Br.Col.), B.Mus. Representatives of Affiliated Colleges C. Godwin, B.A., M.A., M.Div., Ph.D., Carey Theological College P. Meehan, M.A., Ed.D, St. Mark s College R. Topping, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Vancouver School of Theology J. Greenman, B.A., M.Div., M.A., Ph.D., Regent College Student Representatives Q. Golsteyn, Applied Science M. Leuprecht, Arts P. Chan, Commerce & Business Admin. A. Chen, Dentistry A. Glinsbockel, Education D. Coulbourn, Forestry A. Shilling, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies A. Tanner, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies A. MacDougall, Land & Food Systems Q. Salehmohamed, Medicine A. Starr, Peter A. Allard School of Law N. Pang, Pharmaceutical Sciences K. Gourlay, Science Student Members at-large J. Gattinger, Applied Science M. Hamid, Arts M. Holmes, Arts J. Malone, Applied Science H. Xiao, Science Acting Secretary, Associate Registrar & Director C. Eaton, Senate Office 17 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

20 SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS & CONTRIBUTIONS KILLAM AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN MENTORING This award is made possible by a generous endowment provided by Dorothy and Izaak Walton Killam; recipients of the award are chosen from faculty who have been nominated by their colleagues, students and alumni in recognition of outstanding service in the area of graduate student mentoring. Faculty of Arts Anne Martin-Matthews Department of Sociology KILLAM TEACHING PRIZE This award is made possible by a generous endowment provided by Dorothy and Izaak Walton Killam; recipients of the award are chosen from faculty who have been nominated by their colleagues, students and alumni in recognition of excellent teaching. Faculty of Applied Science Bernard Laval Department of Civil Engineering Faculty of Arts Suzy Anger Department of English Language and Literature Christine D Onofrio Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory Laura Ishiguro Department of History Brianne Orr-Álvarez Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration Sauder School of Business Carson Woo Accounting and Information Systems Division Faculty of Education Cash Ahenakew Department of Educational Studies Karen Meyer Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy Faculty of Forestry Shannon Hagerman Department of Forest Resources Management Faculty of Land and Food Systems Kelleen Wiseman Faculty of Medicine Jehannine Austin Department of Psychiatry and Department of Medical Genetics Amanda Bradley Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Deborah Giaschi Department of Opthalmology and Visual Services Claudia Krebs Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences Faculty of Science Aaron Boley Department of Physics and Astronomy Kayli Johnson Department of Chemistry Priya Anka Lekhi Department of Chemistry José Rodriguez Núñez Department of Chemistry James Scoates Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Peter A. Allard School of Law Graham Reynolds 18 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

21 SCHOLARSHIPS, MEDALS & PRIZES Recipients of medals are notified in writing by the Student Financial Assistance and Awards office concerning procedures for receipt of medals. GOVERNOR GENERAL S MEDAL The Governor General s medal is awarded to the student graduating with the highest academic average in their field of study. Governor-General s Gold Medal (Master Programs): Xue Bin Peng Governor-General s Gold Medal (Doctoral Programs): Thomas Hutchcroft Governor-General s Silver Medal in Arts (Bachelor Level): Larissa Sakumoto Governor-General s Silver Medal in Science (Bachelor Level): Hong Zhe Chen Governor-General s Silver Medal in Applied Science (Bachelor Level): Ian Thompson HEADS OF GRADUATING CLASS Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Prize in Engineering (high academic standing in graduating class in Applied Science, B.A.Sc. degree): Sean Bonnett H. Peter Oberlander Medal and Prize (head of the graduating class in Master of Community and Regional Planning): Veronica Reiss Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Student Medal (head of the graduating class in Master of Architecture): Jeremie Dussault-Lefebvre Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Award of Merit (head of the graduating student in Masters of Landscape Architecture): Erin Boa-Brown Marjorie Ellis Topping Memorial Medal (head of the graduating class in B.S.W. (Bachelor of Social Work) degree): Jake Palmour University of B.C. Medal (in Fine Arts) (head of the graduating class in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree): Josephine Lee University of B.C. Medal (in Music) (head of the graduating class in the Bachelor of Music degree): Simran Claire H. R. MacMillan Prize in Forestry (head of graduating class in the Faculty of Forestry): Cody Sundlie H. R. MacMillan Prize in Forest Harvesting (highest academic standing in Bachelor of Science Forest Operations): Alex Tang Charles Larre Memorial Graduating Prize (most outstanding student in Bachelor of Science Wood Products Processing): Daniela Camacho Robert W. Schutz Faculty Prize in Kinesiology (head of the graduating class for the Bachelor of Kinesiology): Cecilia Fung University of British Columbia Medal in Food, Nutrition and Health (head of the graduating class in Bachelor of Science Food, Nutrition and Health): April Xu George Kennedy Medal in Global Resource Systems (head of the graduating class in Bachelor of Science Global Resource): Rose Cameron University of British Columbia Medal in Applied Biology (head of the graduating class in Bachelor of Applied Biology): Zeanna Janmohamed Law Society Gold Medal and Prize (head of graduating class in the Allard School of Law, Juris Doctor program): Alexander Kirby Hamber Medal (head of the graduating class in Doctor of Medicine degree Faculty of Medicine): Alexander Watson Professor C. F. A. Culling Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science Prize (Academic excellence in Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science degree): Daniel Kim The Midwifery Award of Excellence (head of the graduating class in the Bachelor of Midwifery degree): Eleanor Rushton Helen L. Balfour Prize (highest academic standing in the final year of Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree): Shannon Martin Pauline Capelle Memorial Prize in Nursing (head of the graduating class in Master of Public Health and Master of Science in Nursing dual degree): Manpreet Thandi Pauline Capelle Memorial Prize in Nursing (head of the graduating class in Master of Science in Nursing): Amal Alharbi Merck Canada Pharmacy Doctoral Prize (head of the graduating class in the Doctor of Pharmacy program): Renée Dagenais Dan Muzyka Head of the Class Award in Commerce (head of the graduating class in the Bachelor of Commerce degree): Hao Hua Huang Faculty of Science Graduate Prize (head of the graduating class in Master of Science): Xue Bin Peng Faculty of Science Graduate Prize (head of the graduating class in Doctorate of Science): Thomas Hutchcroft Hal Straight Gold Medal & Prize in Journalism (head of the graduating class in Master of Journalism): Alexander Simon Migdal College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia Gold Medal (most outstanding record in Doctor of Dental Medicine): Steven Leonard Schadinger College of Dental Hygienists of B.C. Gold Medal (head of the graduating class in the Bachelor of Dental Science (Dental Hygiene) Program): Alison Rebecca Ashworth 19 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

22 SCHOLARSHIPS, MEDALS & PRIZES GRADUATING AWARDS & PRIZES APPLIED SCIENCE American Institute of Certified Planners Prize (outstanding student in School of Community and Regional Planning): Lillian Wilson Eldridge Memorial Prize (student with high academic marks in Mining and Mineral Process Engineering): Marko Pudar Faculty of Applied Science Prize for Academic Excellence (outstanding student with academic excellence in Faculty of Applied Science): Marcus Monk Jake Turnbull Memorial Prize (best graduating thesis in MMPE 493 course): Alexa Dumaine Jake Turnbull Memorial Prize (best graduating thesis in MMPE 493 course): Taylor Greer Ernest Peters Prize (outstanding student in Metals and Materials Engineering): Tianbi Zhang Edward G. Auld Prize in Engineering Physics (best project in Senior Engineering Physics Projects course): Alexander Kyriazis Edward G. Auld Prize in Engineering Physics (best project in Senior Engineering Physics Projects course): Woongcheol Choi Edward G. Auld Prize in Engineering Physics (best project in Senior Engineering Physics Projects course): Ivan Zinin ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Dr. John Wesley Neill Prize (excellence in academic achievement, leadership and commitment to profession): Kaitlin McGeary Durante Kreuk Prize in Landscape Architecture (best graduation project in Master of Landscape and Artitecture): Jaclyn Simon Architectural Institute of British Columbia Medal (demonstrated excellence in academic work as well as in design and holds promise of making a contribution in the profession of Architecture): Sebastien Roy Alpha Rho Chi Medal (excellence in leadership, community service and professional merit): Kara Verbeek American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal and Certificates (excellence in Architecture program): Misha Das Abraham Rogatnick Book Prize (most creative and promising graduation project): Arron Griffioen Merrick Architecture Graduating Prize (outstanding achievement in Architecture Program): Gabriel Lacombe ARTS Peter Harnetty Prize in Asian Studies (graduating with highest marks in a major in Asian Studies): Cynthia Carty Joseph A. Crumb Prize (best graduating essay in Honours Program in Economics): Peter Ward-Griffin Joan Livesey Prize in French-Canadian Literature (outstanding work in French- Canadian Literature): Elina Taillon David Bolocan Memorial Prize (most outstanding student in Bachelor of Arts, Major in Philosophy): Cristian Trout English Honours Medal (outstanding graduate of the year in English Honours): Rebecca Peng J. H. Stewart Reid Medal and Prize in Honours History (most outstanding in Bachelor of Arts, Honours in History): Sheryl Yun Ni Lim Mahatma Gandhi Peace Prize (outstanding student in Philosophy): Case Littlewood David E. Highnam Memorial Prize (outstanding student in the French major): Elina Taillon Political Science Gold Medal (most outstanding student in the graduating class in the Political Science B.A. Program): Brenna Fahey Freda Springate Graduating Prize for Excellence in Film (outstanding student in Film Production Program): Linnea Ritland Catherine Cooke Topping Memorial Medal (excellence in musical creativity and presentation): Ji Won Yoo Akanksha Stevens Prize in Political Science (outstanding student in political science): Emma Lodge Family Studies Graduating Prize (high academic standing in Family Studies minor, Bachelor of Arts): Cayley Burton Jared Stanley Memorial Prize (Master of Science students in Geography who have demonstrated excellence in their final year of study): Stefan Gronsdahl Rafe Mair Prize in Journalism (best published work of public service journalism, Master of Journalism): Holly McKenzie-Sutter FORESTRY Canadian Institute of Forestry Medal and Prize (best all-around record in professional forestry throughout university career): Alexia Constantinou Association of BC Forest Professionals Graduating Prize in Forestry (best graduating thesis or essay in Faculty of Forestry): Cody Sundlie Association of BC Forest Professionals Graduating Prize in Forestry (best graduating thesis or essay in Faculty of Forestry): Andrew Flockhart 20 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

23 SCHOLARSHIPS, MEDALS & PRIZES LAND AND FOOD SYSTEMS Dean Blythe Eagles Medal (best student with combined academic standing and contribution in student or community affairs): Brennan Lew-Cooke F. M. Clement Prize in Food Market Analysis (high academic standing in Food Market Analysis major, in B.Sc. of Food, Nutrition and Health): Yeon Kyung Zhoo Wilfrid Sadler Prize in Dairying (high academic standing in Food Science major, in B.Sc. Of Food, Nutrition and Health): Pei Ran Yang P. A. Boving Prize in Agriculture (high academic standing in Sustainable Agriculture area of study): Matthew Godinez G. G. Moe Prize in Agronomy (high academic standing in Plant and Soil science area of study): Nicolette Lax H. M. King Prize in Animal Science (high academic standing in Animal Science area of study): Katie Radcliffe E. A. Lloyd Prize in Poultry Science (high academic standing in Poultry Science major): Julia Elizabeth Mang A. F. Barss Prize in Horticulture (high academic standing in Plant Science major, specializing in Horticulture): Li-Yun Hsu F. E. Buck Prize in Ornamental Horticulture (high academic standing in Plant Science major, specilaizing in Ornamental Horticulture): Lynn Pinnell D. G. Laird Prize in Soil Science (high academic standing in Soil Science): Nicolette Lax British Columbia Food Technologists Prize (outstanding graduating student in Food Science): Kewen Lu ALLARD SCHOOL OF LAW Raymond G. Herbert Award in Law (ranked in the top half in the two preceding winter sessions demonstrating academic achievement, athletic involvement, moral force of character, and ability to serve, work with and lead others): Joseph Doyle Alexander J. Cohen Memorial Award in Law (graduating J.D. student who best exemplifies U.B.C. s commitment to advancing knowledge through critical inquiry): Nicholas Healey Carole T. Corcoran Memorial Award in Law (high academic standing in the Faculty of Law with Canadian aboriginal status): Erin Barnes Harper Grey LLP Prize in Environmental Law (demonstrated a strong commitment to and excellence in the field of environmental law): Nicholas Healey MEDICINE Dean M. M. Weaver Medal and Prize (most outstanding academic record in Doctor of Medicine): Simon Adamson F. P. Patterson Orthopaedic Prize (excellence in Orthopaedic surgery): Colby Finney Hamber Scholarship in Medicine (top ranking student in the graduating class in the Faculty of Medicine): Alexander Dodd Hamish Heney McIntosh Memorial Prize (best qualified in every respect to practice his profession): Ross Prager Max and Susie Dodek Medical Prize (outstanding student in Doctor of Medicine): Simon Adamson Donna Gibson Memorial Prize (outstanding student in Master of Science, School of Population and Public Health): Ayu Pinky Hapsari B. J. Twaites Prize (highest academic standing in Pathology 408 course): Amanda Lieu Donald M. McLean Prize in Medical Microbiology (highest academic standing in Pathology 327 course): Sheng Ge Prakash Gill Memorial Prize in Pharmacology and Therapeutics (outstanding student in Pharmacology and Therapeutics): Yi An Edgar C. Black Memorial Prize in Honours Physiology (outstanding student in Honours CAPS): Emma Croft B.C. Association of Laboratory Physicians Prize in Pathology (excellence in Pathology studies): Taylor Salisbury Esther R. Anderson Memorial Prize (most outstanding in graduating class in Honours Pharmacology): Qian Wang Physiology Prize (best graduating oral and written presentation): Sophia Ly Kurt Henze Memorial Prize (outstanding student in laboratory courses in Honours Cellular, Anatomical and Physiologyical Sciences): Iulia Dascalu Eugenie Phyllis and Philip Edward Reid Memorial Prize in Morphological Sciences (student in B.M.L.Sc. program with the highest overall academic standing in morphological sciences courses): Daniel Kim Andrew Seal Award in the Arts and Humanities in Medicine (significant contribution to arts and humanities during MD program): Meiying Zhuang Andrew Seal Award in the Arts and Humanities in Medicine (significant contribution to arts and humanities during MD program): Tsz Man Phoebe Cheng 21 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

24 Drs. Sydney and Constance Friedman Travel Award (high academic standing in MD program): Heidi Mah Drs. Sydney and Constance Friedman Travel Award (high academic standing in MD program): Sonja Rummell NURSING Meg Hickling Prize in Sexual Health Education and Development (high academic standing in courses in community health and education): Katherine Wanamaker-Briggs Meg Hickling Prize in Sexual Health Education and Development (high academic standing in courses in community health and education): Jaskiran Kaur Undergraduate Nursing Society Leadership Award (demonstrate dedication and volunteerism to the nursing profession): Sarah Elbert Undergraduate Nursing Society Leadership Award (demonstrate dedication and volunteerism to the nursing profession): Camille Brockmann Undergraduate Nursing Society Leadership Award (demonstrate dedication and volunteerism to the nursing profession): Kathleen Lamb Dell and Del Johnson Memorial Prize in Nursing (highest academic standing in Bachelor of Science in Nursing program): Emma Bodnar PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE Dean E. L. Woods Memorial Prize (most outstanding student in Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy): Pauline Yeung Gibb G. Henderson Memorial Prize in Pharmaceutical Sciences (highest academic standing in pharmacology courses): Mattie Bakker Teva Canada Limited Prize in Pharmacy (academic and merit excellence in Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy): Sharni Sandhar Marcel St. Jean Award in Pharmaceutical Sciences (high academic standing and professionalism): Jerahmeel Joezer Mejia Marcel St. Jean Award in Pharmaceutical Sciences (high academic standing and professionalism): Shiyin Song Dr. Wendy Ko Scholarship in Pharmaceutical Sciences (high academic standing and merit): Jenny Li SAUDER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Matthew H. Henderson Memorial Prize and Shield (most outstanding male student in the graduating class for the Bachelor of Commerce degree): Corey Wong Dorothy Anne Dilworth Memorial Prize and Shield (most outstanding female student in the graduating class for the Bachelor of Commerce degree): Michelle Wong Ralph Loffmark Medal (standing third in the graduating class for the Bachelor of Commerce degree): Ali Jafferi Colin C. Gourlay Medal and Prize (standing second in the graduating class for the Bachelor of Commerce degree): Brody Wong Stanley Hamilton Award (student has made significant contribution to the Sauder School of Business): Alexandra Dye SCIENCE Society of Chemical Industry Merit Prize (highest academic standing in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or Biochemistry): Yongjia Bu Dr. R. D. James Medal in Mathematics (outstanding student in Mathematics): Junjie Zhu Violet and Blythe Eagles Undergraduate Prize in Biochemistry (best graduating essay on topic of biochemistry): Brett Collinge Lefevre Medal and Prize in Honours Chemistry (highest standing in general proficiency and research ability in Honours Chemistry program): Hayley McMillan Clements-Norris Memorial Prize (outstanding student in major/honours Biology program, specializing in Plant Biology): Carolina Sato Rudi Haering Medal in Physics (most outstanding graduating student in Physics): Hong Zhe Chen Martin Frauendorf Memorial Prize in Computer Science (demonstrated leadership and contribution to student activities, Department of Computer Science): Alistair Hackett Stanley W. Nash Medal in Statistics (most outstanding student in B.Sc. Program in Statistics): Shuxian Fan Broadridge Financial Solutions Award for Women in Computer Science (excellence in academic and merit, Bachelor of Computer Science): Laura Elizabeth Barton 22 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

25 SCHOLARSHIPS, MEDALS & PRIZES DENTISTRY British Columbia Society of Pediatric Dentists Prize (excellence in Pediatric Dentistry): Jonathan Chan Roy Sofield Memorial Prize in Dentistry (excellence in preventive dentistry): Arathi Hungund American Association of Orthodontists Prize (excellence in Orthodontic Dentistry): Amy von der Gonna British Columbia Society of Prosthodontists Prize (excellence in Prosthodontics): Sarah Berkey Canadian Dental Association Student Leadership Award (outstanding leadership and character in professional dentistry): Sarah Wruck Ram Swarup Goel Memorial Prize in Dentistry (excellence in study of Dentistry): Michelle Wilczek-Piekarska American College of Prosthodontists Undergraduate Achievement Prize (excellence in academics and clinical work in Prosthodontics): Joon Woo Park Bites Institute Prize in Dentistry (outstanding DMD student in field of implantology): Alexander Hyatt Prince George and District Dental Society Award in Dentistry (outstanding DMD student who will practise in Prince George region after graduation): Amy von der Gonna Dental Corp. Canada Outstanding Student Leadership Award (DMD student with excellence in professionalism, collaboration and leadership): Viktoria Kirsten Dental Corp. Canada Outstanding Student Leadership Award (DMD student with excellence in professionalism, collaboration and leadership): Steven Schadinger Patterson Dental Prize (excellence in academic and merit, DMD): Kimberly Ann Paterson Dental Hygiene Faculty Graduating Award (outstanding student with apitude for teaching and research, Dental Hygiene degree program): Yolanda Lan Beavers Dental Bill Scott Prize (excellence in operative dentistry and profesionalism): Kaitlin Olson Madaisky & Company Business Lawyers Dentistry Award (excellent contribution to the Dentistry student community): Viktoria Kirsten Max Nacht Memorial Prize in Dentistry (excellence in paediatric dentistry): Emma Marler W. Jo Gardner Memorial Award in Dental Hygiene (top graduating student in the Dental Hygiene Entry-to-Practice option): Nicole Pasin 23 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

26 SCHEDULE OF CEREMONIES WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, :30 am Graduate ; Audiology and Speech Sciences; Medicine; Peter A. Allard School of Law, Population and Public Health (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Cell and Developmental Biology, Experimental Medicine, Genetic Counselling, Health Administration, Health Care and Epidemiology, Health Science, Interdisciplinary Oncology, Medical Genetics, Neuroscience, Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Physical Therapy, Physiology, Population and Public Health, Rehabilitation Sciences, Reproductive and Developmental Sciences, Surgery) Ph.D., M.H.A., M.H.Sc., LL.M., LL.M.C.L., LL.M.(T), M.O.T., M.P.T., M.P.H., M.P.H./M.S.N., M.R.Sc., M.Sc., J.D./M.B.A., J.D. Honorary Degree Recipient: Grand Chief Stewart Phillip Killam Teaching Prize Recipients: Jehannine Austin and Graham Reynolds The Processions and Program of Ceremony (see page 31) Graduating Students (see page 32) 11:00 am Graduate ; Medicine M.D./Ph.D., B.M.L.Sc., B.Mw., M.D. Killam Teaching Prize Recipients: Amanda Bradley and Claudia Krebs The Processions and Program of Ceremony (see page 35) Graduating Students (see page 36) 1:30 pm Graduate ; Arts; Music (Canadian Studies, English, European Studies, French, Hispanic Studies, Italian, Latin American Studies, Modern European Studies, Music, Romance Studies, Science and Technology Studies, Spanish) Ph.D., D.M.A., M.A., M.Mus., B.A., B.Mus.. Diplomas: Collaborative Piano Studies, Music Performance Killam Teaching Prize Recipient: Brianne Orr-Álvarez The Processions and Program of Ceremony (see page 38) Graduating Students (see page 39) 4:00 pm Graduate ; Arts; Journalism (Art History, Asian Area Studies, Asian Languages and Cultures, Chinese, Comparative Literature, Art History (Critical and Curatorial Studies), Creative Writing, Creative Writing and Theatre, Film Production, Film Production and Creative Writing, Film Studies, First Nations Languages and Linguistics, First Nations Studies, Japanese, South Asian Languages, Theatre, Theatre (Production/Design), Theatre Acting, Visual Arts); Ph.D., M.A., M.F.A., M.J., B.A., B.F.A. Diplomas: Applied Creative Non-Fiction, Art History, Film Production, Film Studies Honorary Degree Recipient: Eden Robinson Killam Teaching Prize Recipient: Christine D Onofrio The Processions and Program of Ceremony (see page 42) Graduating Students (see page 43) 24 SPRING CONGREGATION 2018

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