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1 Carleton UNIVERSITY 152 ND CONVOCATION Wednesday, June

2 2018 SPRING CONVOCATION Convocation at Carleton...3 Officiating Officers...5 Assisting the Vice-Chancellor...6 University Awards...7 Medallists in the Graduating Class...8 f Morning Ceremony Wednesday, June 13, 9:30 a.m. Honorary Degree Recipient, Jayne Stoyles...14 Order of Proceedings Doctor of Philosophy; Master of Arts; Master of Infrastructure Protection and International Security; Master of Engineering; Master of Journalism; Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership; Master of Political Management; Master of Public Policy and Administration; Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Policy and Administration; Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and Program Evaluation; Bachelor of Arts (); Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies (); Bachelor of ; Bachelor of Journalism; Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management f Afternoon ceremony Wednesday, June 13, 2:00 p.m. Honorary Degree Recipient, Catherine Frazee...38 Order of Proceedings...39 Doctor of Philosophy; Master of Arts; Bachelor of Arts (); Bachelor of Arts Alumni Association Welcome...59

3 O CANADA O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all of us command, Car ton bras sait porter l épée, Il sait porter la croix! Ton histoire est une épopée Des plus brillants exploits, God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 2

4 CONVOCATION AT CARLETON UNIVERSITY HISTORY Carleton University is unique within the Ontario university system for several reasons. It was founded in 1942, not by state or church, but through a community movement initiated by the YMCA to provide non-sectarian education for the thousands of men and women who came to Ottawa in support of the war effort. Because of these roots, Carleton has, throughout its history, attempted to meet the needs of the community by making its programs and resources widely available through innovative technologies and lifelong learning opportunities. Today, Carleton stands among the best comprehensive universities in Canada. It is a dynamic, research-intensive university, committed to providing an outstanding learning experience for more than 30,000 students. The university offers more than 100 majors, specializations and concentrations in areas as diverse as public affairs, journalism, art and culture, engineering, high technology and international studies. Today s Convocation ceremony (the calling together of the academic assembly) has its roots in university traditions of medieval Europe. COAT OF ARMS The coat of arms was presented to the university by His Excellency The Right Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn, Governor General of Canada, on November 15, 1992, as part of Carleton s 50th anniversary celebrations. It is described in heraldic terms as follows: Sable a maple leaf Gules irradiated and charged with an open book Argent; And for a Crest: On a wreath Argent Sable and Gules a Phoenix Gules quilled and beaked Or issuing from flames proper; And for a Motto: Ours the Task Eternal; And for Supporters: on a grassy mount on either side a raven Sable beaked and membered or armed Gules. The open book on the maple leaf signifies that Carleton University is in the nation s capital and that learning is open to all who wish to partake of it. The phoenix, the legendary eternal bird, symbolizes the renewing of learning from older foundations, in recognition of Henry Marshall Tory s role in the founding of the university when he was 78 years old. Ours the Task Eternal is taken from a Walt Whitman poem entitled Pioneers and ties in with the eternal quality of the phoenix. The Carleton University coat of arms therefore symbolizes sound learning, good citizenship, and the highest hopes of humanity. THE MACE The mace is a staff symbolizing authority. In the days of knighthood, it was a weapon, but after the 16th century, it became solely a symbol of authority carried by a distinguished member of an assembly. It is used on ceremonial occasions to signify the right of an individual or institution to perform a certain function in the case of universities, to grant degrees. At Convocation, the mace is carried by the Marshal of Convocation. During the ceremony, the mace is displayed as an embodiment of the authority of the university. Carleton s mace was presented to the university in 1976 as a gift from the Chair of the Board of Governors at that time, Mr. Hyman Soloway. It is a silver-plated staff about one metre long. At the upper end there is a bowl marked with the university s coat of arms and the university motto in Latin and English Opera Nobis Aeterna and Ours the Task Eternal. From the upper portion of the bowl rises a phoenix. Traditional oak leaves surround the lower end of the staff. THE EAGLE STAFF The Eagle Staff is sacred to many Indigenous peoples. It represents the strength and resilience of Indigenous communities and is traditionally carried by someone who has served their community in combat, in leadership or spiritually. In 2013, Indigenous students at Carleton were gifted an Eagle Staff with ribbons and eagle feathers representing First Nation, Métis and Inuit learners. Since then, the staff is carried by an Indigenous student and leads the procession during Convocation. This acknowledges that Carleton University is situated within the unceded and unsurrendered territories of the Algonquin Nation. 3

5 THE DIPLOMA The diploma the graduates receive at Convocation is the certificate of qualification which publishes the fact that the student has fulfilled all the requirements and completed the prescribed course of study for the degree. As the senior academic legislative body of the university, it is the Senate which has determined whether the requirements have been met. The signatures of the Chancellor and the President of the university appear on the diploma: the Chancellor because of his role in conferring the degree, and the President who, as Chair of Senate, certifies that Senate has enacted the required motion to award the degree. The Seal of the university is affixed to the diploma as a mark of authentication. ACADEMIC DRESS The academic dress of Carleton University results from a compromise between that found in the ancient foundations of Britain and Canada and the American Intercollegiate Code. As well, Indigenous graduates and faculty may choose to wear traditional Indigenous attire, in lieu of a gown. The hood may be carried rather than worn, depending on cultural protocols. Carleton acknowledges the diversity of Indigenous peoples, communities and nations and recognizes that traditional Indigenous attire may vary. All three academic hoods bachelor s, master s, and doctor s are of the simple or Oxford shape. The bachelor s hood is made of black stuff. The master s and doctor s are made of black silk. All are lined with silver silk, with two chevrons, one of red and one of black. From bachelor s to doctor s, the hoods are progressively longer and opened to show more of the lining. The velvet border of the hoods denotes the degrees granted according to the following colour combinations. In some cases a distinguishing cord is sewn slightly in from the lower border: accounting is lemon; applied science is orange with a black cord; architecture is hot pink; architectural studies is hot pink with a black cord; arts is white; cognitive science is sky blue with a gold cord; commerce is camel brown; computer science is royal blue; engineering is orange; global and international studies is lilac; health sciences is firebird red; humanities is white with a red cord; industrial design is toreador red; information technology is maize including a green chevron to denote the joint degree and applied diploma from Carleton University and Algonquin College respectively; infrastructure protection and information security is sky blue with a red cord; international business is camel brown with a red cord; journalism is white with a black cord; management studies and business administration are camel brown with a black cord; mathematics is hunter green; music is pink; philanthropy and non-profit leadership is toreador red with black cord; political management is sky blue with black cord; public affairs and policy management is teal with a gold cord; science is yellow; social work is crimson; and doctor of philosophy is royal purple. The master s and bachelor s gowns, to be worn with the above hoods, are of full length, made of black stuff, with a gathered yoke behind, and long open-fronted sleeves. The doctoral gown is of full-style, made of fine royal blue cloth with facings of light blue silk, with a full gathered yoke behind, and closed sleeves with an opening at the elbows. The two shades of blue in the doctoral gown are those of the United Nations, and recognize the university s long-standing interest, from its earliest years, in international affairs and issues. The colours were chosen when the university awarded its first honorary degree in 1954 to the second secretary general of the United Nations, Dag Hammarskjöld. The tradition of awarding honorary degrees to secretaries general of the United Nations has continued since that time. The gown of the honorary Doctor of s, Literature, Music, Science, Engineering, Architecture or Fine Arts is a full robe with bell-shaped sleeves. It is made of fine royal blue cloth with facings and sleeves in light blue silk. The hood is made of the same material as the gown, has the same lining as that for the degrees granted by examination, and is bordered with royal purple for the degree of Doctor of s; vibrant blue for the degree of Doctor of Literature; pink for the degree of Doctor of Music; red for the degree of Doctor of Science; orange for the degree of Doctor of Engineering; hot pink for the degree of Doctor of Architecture; and dark cardinal for the degree of Doctor of Fine Arts. ALUMNI HALL The Alumni Hall and Sports Centre opened in 2005, and serves more than 750,000 visitors every year. The new centre has tripled the usage for athletic and other activities and has doubled the size of the cardio facilities at the university. The Alumni Hall and Sports Centre, which also houses the Ravens Nest, the home of men s and women s varsity basketball teams, welcomes graduands and their families twice a year during Spring and Fall Convocation ceremonies. The Carleton University Alumni Association donated $2.5 million towards the construction of this exceptional facility. 4

6 OFFICIATING OFFICERS President and Vice-Chancellor Alastair J. S. Summerlee, FCAHS, LL.D., B.Sc., B.VSc., Ph.D., MRCVS A passionate humanitarian, dedicated teacher, and internationally renowned researcher, Alastair Summerlee is the interim president and vice-chancellor of Carleton University. Previously the president, vice-chancellor and professor of Biomedical Science at the University of Guelph, Summerlee spent six years on the board of the World University Service of Canada where he became involved in humanitarian issues in refugee camps. He has published numerous scientific articles and book chapters, written about teaching and teaching practice, advocated for better conditions for people in refugee camps and is regularly invited to speak at international meetings. His current research focuses on a simple innovation to solve iron deficiency known as the Lucky Iron Fish. Chair of the Board of Governors Christopher Carruthers, B.Sc., M.D., M.B.A., I.C.D. Christopher Carruthers, health-care consultant and corporate director, is a retired orthopedic surgeon and the previous chief of staff of The Ottawa Hospital. He is a graduate of Carleton University (B.Sc.), the University of Ottawa (M.D.), and Concordia University s Executive M.B.A. program. Dr. Carruthers is a director of the Ottawa Airport Authority and the Mach- Gaensslen Foundation. He is chair of these two boards. He is a past chair of the Ashbury College Board and its foundation and has served on numerous other health services and hospital boards. The Presiding Officer of Convocation is the President and Vice-Chancellor of the University, Alastair J.S. Summerlee, FCAHS, LL.D., B.Sc., BVSc, Ph.D., MRCVS. Accompanying him on the podium for today s ceremonies is Christopher Carruthers, B.Sc., M.D., M.B.A., I.C.D., Chair of the Board of Governors. 5

7 ASSISTING THE VICE-CHANCELLOR Marshal of Convocation Donald L. Russell Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Design Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Associate Marshals of Convocation Anne Bowker Associate Professor, Department of Psychology Chris Brown Program Director, Bachelor of Global and International Studies Benjamin Gianni Associate Professor, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism Heng Khoo Associate Professor Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Catherine Khordoc Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Danette Nearing-Guibord Instructor III, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice Inger Weibust Assistant Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs Yiqiang Q. Zhao Associate Dean, Faculty of Science Eagle Staff Carrier Shane Polson Algonquin Nation Beadles of Convocation Landon Adams Engineering Undergraduate Academic Support Assistance, Faculty of Engineering and Design Donald Bailey Instructor III, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering Diane Berezowski Assistant Co-ordinator, Circulation, Audio-Visual Resource Centre, School for Studies in Art and Culture Laura Brawn Disabilities Co-ordinator, Paul Menton Centre Allyson Buchanan-Watson Student Success Officer, Office of the Dean of Arts & Social Sciences Sandra Cloutier Undergraduate Administrator, Department of Health Sciences Samantha Colasante Engineering Quality and Accreditation Officer, Faculty of Engineering and Design Rose Crossett Alumni & Donor Relations Officer, Department of University Advancement Linda Cruz Conference Co-ordinator, Conference Services Shaundel Dottin-Agim Recruitment Events Co-ordinator, Undergraduate Recruitment Office Nana Frimpong Admissions / Recruitment Assistant, Undergraduate Recruitment Office Darlene Gilson Faculty Research Facilitator, Carleton Office for Research Initiatives and Services Rhonda Kelly Undergraduate Program Development and Outreach Co-ordinator, Sprott School of Business Lana Keon Institute Administrator, The Pauline Jewett Institute of Women's and Gender Studies Jo-Anne McFarlan Research & Records Assistant, Department of University Advancement Aleksandra Minic Discovery Centre Administrator, Office of the Vice- President Academic Scott Mitchell Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies Rosemary O'Hearn Executive Assistant to the Provost and Vice- President Academic, Office of the Provost and Vice- President (Academic) Sarah Quirt Research, Graduate and Event Co-ordinator, Office of the Dean of Arts & Social Sciences Claire Ryan School Administrator, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism Francesca Tsimiklis Engineering Undergraduate Academic Support Assistance, Faculty of Engineering and Design Petra Watzlawik-Li Associate Director, Centre for Initiatives in Education Pamela Wolff Instructor, Department of Chemistry & Institute of Environmental Science The university acknowledges the many faculty, staff, campus departments and ancillary operations for their valuable contribution to the success of the Spring 2018 Convocation ceremonies. 6

8 UNIVERSITY AWARDS Board of Governors Award The Board of Governors Award recognizes exemplary volunteerism involving the not-forprofit sector and, as such, honours non-academic accomplishments during a full-time program of study at Carleton University. Christian Robillard, B.P.A.P.M., M.P.N.L. Christian is graduating with a Master s in Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership and already holds a Bachelor's degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management with a specialization in Social Policy. Christian has channelled his passion to champion causes that resonate with him and support those in need. He has been described as being born with a taste for philanthropy and volunteerism and lives by his motto. He truly believes that we can support one another and that, working together, good things happen in our communities. During his undergraduate and graduate studies at Carleton, Christian served as co-chair of the Carleton Community Campaign that raised over $300,000 per year; led the Student Philanthropy Council; founded and was president of Carleton s Association of Fundraising Professionals Collegiate Chapter; served as sponsorship and grants co-ordinator for the Carleton University Students Association; and sat on the university s first two Giving Tuesday fundraising campaign committees. On campus, Christian reached out to student groups, giving leadership and philanthropy talks aimed at empowering fellow students who want to do good. In the wider community, Christian aided in raising more than a million dollars in total for the Children s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Children s Wish Foundation of Canada, Youth Ottawa, and the Ottawa Boys and Girls Club. He also worked with the consulting firm The Sponsorship Collective designing organizational sponsorship strategies. To top Christian s sterling philanthropic and volunteer commitments, he has secured a TD Insurance Fellowship in Advancement which provides practical experience to emerging professionals. 7

9 MEDALLISTS IN THE GRADUATING CLASS GOVERNOR GENERAL S MEDAL Awarded annually to a student standing at the head of the graduating class at the undergraduate level Donor: His Excellency the Governor General of Canada David Smith Hao Yu Wang CHANCELLOR S MEDAL Awarded annually in the name of the chancellor of the university to a graduating student of outstanding academic achievement Traleena Marie Rouleau PRESIDENT S MEDAL Awarded annually in the name of the president of the university to the student with the highest standing in a general degree program of studies Cory Daniel Giordani UNIVERSITY MEDAL FOR OUTSTANDING GRADUATE WORK Doctoral level Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the doctoral level Laura L. Ooi UNIVERSITY MEDAL FOR OUTSTANDING GRADUATE WORK Master s level Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the master s level Bradley John Kuiack UNIVERSITY MEDAL Awarded annually, when merited, to the graduating students standing highest in architectural studies, arts, cognitive science, commerce, communication and media studies, computer science, economics, engineering, global and international studies, health sciences, humanities, industrial design, information technology, interfaculty studies, international business, journalism, journalism and humanities, mathematics, music, public affairs and policy management, science, and social work Architectural Studies Thomas Daniel Brintnell Arts Jared Jollymore Alyssa Lindsay-Brown Cognitive Science Amanda Bon Commerce Chongo Bwalya Catherine Zoe Supple-Craig Computer Science Matthew William Penny Economics Sachin Ivan Ramaniah Engineering Tristan Montoya Global and International Studies Patricia Veronica Wallinger Health Sciences Melinda Margareta Caputo Janhager Humanities Kathleen Victoria Simms Industrial Design Lisa Simla Information Technology Raman Poply 8

10 International Business Zachary Liam Hall Journalism Isaac Samuel Thorpe Wurmann Mathematics Andrej Vukovic Music Sarah Patricia Howard Public Affairs and Policy Management Claire Elizabeth Finkbeiner Science Sarah Kealey Social Work Ericha Braun SENATE MEDALS FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Graduate Awarded, when merited, to graduating students of outstanding academic achievement Doctoral level Mary Holliday Bartram Robert Anthony Helal Victor Malkov Cristina Ruiz Martin Chelsea Sheahan Master's level Hali Lynn Barber Robyn Joelle Chatwin-Davies Francine Harris Daniel Melean Jacob Miall Emma Westwell Micalizzi Brandon Robert Alexander Smith SENATE MEDALS FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Undergraduate Awarded, when merited, to graduating students of outstanding academic achievement Adam Abdulrahman Sara Winona Adams Abrar Ahmad Massil Ait-Ouali Bradley Lewis Alford Alizeh Alvi Darrin William Antler Megan Ardron Jessica Lynn Armstrong Alanna Bamber Dennis Georg Bass Joel Douglas Derek Baylis Rosalynn Berti Nicolas Robert Bialik Gabriella Patrizia Elizabeth Bianchi Liam James Bills Charles Jonathan Bimm Amy Booth Giuliana Borracci Evan Quinn Bottomley Balma Jemi Braimah Ian Braithwaite Connor Branch Christopher Michael Breen Charles-Antoine Joseph Brosseau James Robert Bruce Bennett Candy Natalie Rose Canham Martha Rose Cassidy Shadi Chamseddine Samantha Elizabeth Chan Vincent Ian Charbonneau Tyson Patrick Chen Anand Chopra Bronwyn Chorlton Victoria Etta Christie 9

11 Emily Clarkson Sarah Michelle Cole Eleanor Coleman Veronica Daniele Colquhoun Anastasia Lisa Conway Austin Guy de St. Croix Sophie Natalie Debbané Alexa Rae Derksen Keisha Bess Louise Derrick Samuel Denis Dionne Laura Katherine Dodge Victoria Francesca Douglas Ryan Dubney Dominique Dupont Robert Evelino Durofil Alicia Duval John William Mackenzie Dykes Christine Amy Ellis Wong Austin R. Emhö Lance Encarnado Sarah Corinne Endenburg Jesse Eyler-Fitzpatrick Jessy Erin Fletcher-Randle Jennifer Franklin Timothy Mark Garant Nadine Gaskell Claudia Jade Gaudreault Marc Godin Peter Eric Gott Kim Graveline Alison Shier Griffith Kurt Michael James Grunsky Firdous Hadj-Moussa Nadim Hammoud Sascha Andrew Harvey James Jay Denis Herringer Riley John Hickman Abigail Hoekstra Khan Mohammed Mohaimenul Hossein Shamsuttoha Benjamin Hovey Rachael Beth Irwin Isaac Isenor Ameen Ismail Brodie Mark Jackson Amit Jain Kenny Jiang Connor Terris Jones Chloe Suzanne Jones Kaitlin Elise Jourdeuil Gregory Juneau Emily Kaczmarek Vasileia Karasavva Kamran Karim Heinz Peter Benjamin Kaufmann Kristin Kelly Krystal Viola Kelly Brandon Robert John Kerr Stacie Marie Kerr Daniel Kidd Daniel King Juhandre Knoetze Justin Thomas Krol Jordan Tiffany Levy Summer Kelly Lewis Savannah Haley Marie Lightfoot Nathan Di-Son Lim Jade Lim Tung Mariah Maadarani Victoria Grace MacDonald Hannah Macdonald Clare Maier Alan James David Malcolm Jaye Holmes Mangione Jamie L. Marrs Kevin Charles Mason Jacqueline Matthews Natalie Monica Mazur Stephanie Kathleen McHugh Rebecca Lynn McKay Sarah McKinnon Taylor James McKinnon Eric McLaren Dominique Mesina Christina Milani Timothy Miller Calvin Jeffrey Miller Kaitlin Louise Montague 10

12 Madeline Leah Moore Connor Diego Mosquera Alex Mulet Indrayanti Jordan Sidney Christopher Mulvihill Edwin Joseph Munoz Lopez John Alexander Naftel Benjamin Nicoletta Viktor Venelinov Nikolov Remy David Niles Graeme O'Farrell Julia O'Quinn William Oakman Jordan Duane Omstead Natasha Dianne Osborne Chiara Palumbo Sepinood Parvizian Kent Peters Amanda Petropoulos Laura Lee Phillips Samantha Hope Pitre Isabella Grace Priddle Teeghan Marie Erika Rambo Sabrina Noël Reaume Katherine Elizabeth Reid Jason Reifstenzel Jeremy Rioux Anna-Marie Robertson Elizabeth Robson Gordon Said Ali Said Kyle Alexander Fisher Sale Amr Salem Dominik Schmidtlein Missy Schutten Amanda Taylor Seed Noah Samuel Louis Segal Claire J. G. Semple Chantal Shaib Kaila Shatosky Kevin Lloyd Shimotakahara Ian James Brydon Smith Tegan Smith Hosnia Ines Souley Dosso Sebastian A. Srugo Terrin Adam Stachiw Danisz Stalinski Chloe Isabelle Stevens Andrew Jackson Stobbe Kyle Tapp Shayne Andrew Flynn Taylor Michael Stone Tiberio Ryan Matthew Toonders Andrew R. Trenholm Julia Marie Van Drie Amos Si Yuan Vang Irusha Vidanamadura Emily Anne Warner Julia Francesca Maria Weber Benjamin Haworth Wilkinson-Zan Tiffany Chi Man Wong MaryAnn Wu Luji Xie Elisabeth Bailin Xie Viktoria Xing Christine-Mary Yassa Negeen Yazdani Zachary Zanussi Xiusan Zhou Yujie Zhou Andrew Vincent Zwaniga RECOGNITION OF HIGH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT The designation of with Distinction and with High Distinction recognizes outstanding academic achievement by undergraduate students. In order to have the designation awarded, the following criteria must be met: Students must have completed at least 10.0 credits at Carleton University toward the degree; For the designation High Distinction, an overall cumulative grade point average equal to or greater than (on a 12-point scale); For the designation Distinction, an overall cumulative grade point average equal to or greater than 9.80 (on a 12-point scale) 11

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14 MORNING CEREMONY Wednesday, June 13, 9:30 a.m. Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation are awarded by Senate in February and in June. Degrees awarded in February are denoted by an asterisk (*). 13

15 HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENT Jayne Theresa Stoyles, B.A. (Hons), LL.B. Jayne Theresa Stoyles will be awarded the degree of Doctor of s, honoris causa, at the 9:30 a.m. ceremony on Wednesday, June 13, in recognition of her outstanding contributions to international issues of human rights. Stoyles is executive director of Amnesty International Canada, as well as a lawyer and a board member of the International Institute for Criminal Investigations. She served as the first executive director of the Canadian Centre for International Justice (CCIJ) and was the founder and chief executive officer of the Philippe Kirsch Institute, which helps fund the CCIJ s international justice and accountability work. Stoyles previously served as the program director for the Coalition for the International Criminal Court in New York, a network of 2,000 non-governmental organizations that helped create the court. The coalition was twice nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize during her tenure. She was a senior adviser to the Institute for Global Policy, provided international humanitarian law training for the Red Cross and taught at Carleton s Department of and Legal Studies. Stoyles was awarded a lifetime Ashoka Canada Fellowship in 2008 and was the 2010 winner of the Tarnopolsky Human Rights Award and the Lord Reading Society Human Rights Award. She was named one of the top 50 people in Ottawa by Ottawa Life Magazine in

16 ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS Morning ceremony Wednesday, June 13, 9:30 a.m. President and Vice-Chancellor Alastair J. S. Summerlee, FCAHS, LL.D., B.Sc., B.VSc., Ph.D., MRCVS, presiding The audience is requested to stand when the Academic Procession arrives and remain standing during O Canada and the Elder's greeting. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the audience will wait until the Academic Procession has left before exiting the Fieldhouse. Processional Music Zachary Dwyer (bagpipes) Gregory Joseph (bagpipes) James Bush (snare drum) O Canada (The audience is invited to sing. Please see page 2.) Performed by Michelle Gendron Opening Ceremony Elder Annie St. Georges Algonquin Nation Introduction by the Master of Ceremonies Rafik Goubran, Ph.D., P.Eng., IEEE Fellow, FCAE Vice-President (Research and International) Conferring of the Degree of Doctor of s, honoris causa, upon Jayne Theresa Stoyles, B.A. (Hons), LL.B. (Presented by Jennifer Conley, B.A., B.Ed. Chief Advancement Officer, Department of University Advancement, Carleton University) Convocation Address Jayne Theresa Stoyles, B.A. (Hons), LL.B. Executive Director, Amnesty International Canada (English Branch) Conferring of Degrees and Awarding of Medals Warrant Donald L. Russell, Ph.D. Marshal of Convocation Conferring of Board of Governors Award upon Christian Robillard, B.P.A.P.M., M.P.N.L. (Presented by Christopher Carruthers, B.Sc., M.D., M.B.A., I.C.D. Chair of the Board of Governors) Welcome from the Alumni Association Roberta Kramchynsky, B.P.A.P.M. External Relations, Carleton University Alumni Association Closing Address by the President and Vice-Chancellor Alastair J. S. Summerlee, FCAHS, LL.D, B.Sc., B.VSc., Ph.D., MRCVS Recessional Music 15

17 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) COMMUNICATION Emily Hiltz The Notorious Woman: Tracing the Production of Alleged Female Killers through Discourse, Image, and Speculation Supervisors: M. Brady INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Rachael M. Calleja* Organizing Aid: Exploring Aid Agency Structure and Change Across OECD- DAC Donors Supervisors: Y. Samy PUBLIC POLICY Mary Holliday Bartram* Government Structure and Equity in Access to Psychotherapy: A Study of Canada, with Comparisons to Australia and the United Kingdom Supervisors: A. Maslove and J. Stewart Madina Junussova* Local Government and Economic Development in Kazakhstan Supervisors: L. Pal Krystal J. Kehoe MacLeod* Pursuing Equity to Combat Fragmentation in the Home Care Sector: A Study of Using Integrated Care Programs to Deliver Health and Social Care to Elderly Persons Living at Home Supervisors: L. Mills and H. Armstrong Ismoil Khujamkulov* Tax Policy and Public Financial Management Architecture in Transitional States Supervisors: L. Pal David John Gordon Pringle* The 1998 Canadian Bank Merger Decision and the 2008 Financial Crisis: Factual and Counterfactual Investigations Supervisors: S. Schwartz MASTER OF ARTS (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) COMMUNICATION Jacqueline Holly Brown* The Hidden Price Tag of Free Rewards: Encouraging Mundane Surveillance Through Canadian Loyalty Program Advertisements Nadine Feuerherm Joshua Keller Horton Victoria Klassen Stephen Robert Letts Pamela Lim* From All American Girl to Fresh Off the Boat: Exploring the Relationship Between Media Representations and Identity Formation Antonella Pucci* Forgive Me Child for I Have Sinned: Anti- Vaxxer Folk Devil Mothers and Narratives of Redemption Nicholas Rudiak Steffani Aurora Ruesga Carman Ansh Sanyal Specialization in Data Science Cody Simon EUROPEAN, RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES Cezar Capalnean Rebecca Forjan* Teresa Garvey 16

18 Rada Makhambetova Patrick Samba Mayangi* Lidiia Meleshchenko* Andrada Mihai* Cristian Mincu Emily Nickel* Joanne Ostrajanskiy* Lana Peric* An Exploration of the EUs Counterterrorism Measures: Can the EU Learn From Its Member States? A Case Study Examining Italy Kamilia Rostom Aaron Taylor INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Javariyya Ahmad Nusrat Ali Development Projects and Planning Liza Al Jarrah* International Development Policy Emma Anderson Specialization in African Studies Prince rence Baffoe* Specialization in African Studies Ryan Barlow Amanda Bergmann Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution Alexander James Berryman International Development Policy Alexandre Bilodeau-Bouchard International Development Policy Mauricio Blanco* Intelligence and National Security Kenneth Boddy Specialization in African Studies Kelvin Daniel Bunner Security and Defence Policy, Cooperative Education Timothy Angus Cairnie Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution, Breanna Lee Case International Organizations and Global Public Policy Brandon Cove International Development Policy Jasmine Dann* Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution Colin Joseph d Eça International Development Policy Sarah Duncan* Intelligence and National Security Nelly Elayoubi International Economic Policy Audrey Fossi Makugne* International Economic Policy Sandra Beth Freedman Project Management and Humanitarian Assistance Andres Gallacher Intelligence and National Security Loriann Garden Jessica Gawn Nora Grant-Young International Development Policy Perla Ivonne Haro Ruiz Deanna Mae Hemsley Security and Defence Policy Samson Kan Intelligence and National Security Alanah Jasmine Kemp* Intelligence and International Affairs Ainslee Lauren Kent* Project Management and Humanitarian Assistance, Antoine Kergadallan International Economic Policy Hira Khan Valerie Sasha Kiefer International Organizations and Global Public Policy, 17

19 Soyoun Kim* International Organizations and Global Public Policy, Sarah Koestler International Economic Policy Christopher A. N. Koziol Intelligence and National Security Rachel Anne Labrador Laborce Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution Brian Lee International Economic Policy Jonathan Emanuel Malcolm International Organizations and Global Public Policy Jessica Marano Intelligence and National Security Louis-Etienne Masson Security and Defence Policy Julianne McDonald Brian McKay* International Organizations and Global Public Policy Eugen Miscoi Intelligence and International Affairs Taylor Mary-Catherine Monk Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution Julie Moreno Project Management and Humanitarian Assistance Monica Morrison Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution Kristin Nicholson Intelligence and National Security Maude Olivier* Specialization in African Studies Muna Osman Intelligence and International Affairs Adam Todd Patillo Intelligence and National Security Holly Ann Penny International Organizations and Global Public Policy Levon Petrossian* Intelligence and National Security Mathieu Potter Security and Defence Policy Vanja Predovic Intelligence and National Security Matthew Nolan Quick International Economic Policy Salahuddin Rafiquddin Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution, Aditya Rao Rupin Sawhney Ariel Gregory Shapiro Security and Defence Policy Micah Sienna International Economic Policy Anne Adams Simpson International Organizations and Global Public Policy, Matthew James Smith* International Economic Policy Bridget Steele International Economic Policy Zachary Teehan Intelligence and National Security Ali Tejpar International Organizations and Global Public Policy Yacine Touizrar International Economic Policy Louis Philippe Turcotte Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution, Piratheeca Vimalarajah Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution Alexandra Vrany International Economic Policy Lauren Eileen Whitty Security and Defence Policy Justyna Zegarmistrz International Organizations and Global Public Policy 18

20 MASTER OF ARTS (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Bradley Robert Bouchard Vandonna Budhai* Jason Burr Theresa Jennifer Crossan* Lauren Daly* Mikaela Delaney Matthew Reginald Fallon Tasnuva Fuad Stacy Dawn Kauk Garrett le Riche Alexander J. D. Macdonnell* Madelaine E. Morrison Vanessa Sherry Matthew Sinclair* Steven Raymond Talbot* Alexander Thistlewood* Amanda Troupe* Florence Truong* Max Weir* Danielle Kiomi Williams* Marc Williams Eileen Lindsay Maley Young* SUSTAINABLE ENERGY David Jing-Hua Chan Travis Dagg Benjamin Derochie Ahmed Eliwa Jonathan Lippett Derek John Joseph Masters Bukola Janet Olawepo* Laise Catherine Tan MASTER OF INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Ashley Barker Andrea Lorena Beltrán Valbuena Soraya Benchekroun Lucas Robert Brydges Heidi Marika Hindrichs Ryan Horn Darragh James Magee Garrett Milne Dheeraj Rajkumar 19

21 MASTER OF ENGINEERING (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY Eslam Mohamed Fahiem Elsayed Walid Hamdy Saifelnasr Mohamed Hosny* Jose Pablo Loera Saucedo Anibal Joel Mateo Reynoso Tahreer Putrus* Divya Raghani* MASTER OF JOURNALISM (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Bronwyn Beairsto Brieanna Gillian Charlebois* Simon Deschamps* Nathaniel Dove Karissa Nicole Gall Liam Harrap Arvin Kier Escanilla Joaquin Rachel Coulter Levy-McLaughlin Shauna McGinn Megan Ann Davis Mcphaden Shalu Mehta Janan Mosazai An Assessment of Post-Taliban Media Development in Afghanistan ( ) Matthew Olson Margaret Evelyn Parkhill Adam Rose Due Credit: The Role of Chinese News Assistants in Foreign Reporting from Mainland China Andrew Savory Lauren Sproule Jordan Steinhauer Marina Wang MASTER OF PHILANTHROPY AND NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Courtney Anderson* Imran Bagha* Gerard Nigel E. Brathwaite-Sturgeon* Michelle Campbell Natasha Ketter-Price Meghan Lindsay Alexandra Louridas* Leigha Mccarroll Hilary Leslie McVey* Ruby Misra* Kathleen Murphy* Ashley Pardy* Barbara Elaine Robbins* Christian Patrick Robillard* Sandra Anne Sawers Leanne Scott* Amanda Smith-Millar Jonathan Spaner* Ghada Swid* Dwaine Andre Taylor Rebecca Waterhouse Jessica Wroblewski* Louise Yearwood 20

22 MASTER OF POLITICAL MANAGEMENT (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Tammy Alamrieh* Matthew Damiano Pollesel MASTER OF PUBLIC POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Meera Balachandran Jonas Becker Michael Cameron Calin Deguefe The Development of Emergency Management Networks: A Case Study of the Province of Ontario Chloe Elias Derek Hambly Sadie Emma Harrison Grace Martin Michael W. Martin Aaron Sampson Jinweon Seo MacKenzie Don Katherine Stone David Thibodeau Audrey Tong Meagan Wiersema GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INDIGENOUS POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Quagaubedottzeewgun Boissoneau David A. Diabo Katelyn Leigh LaForme Monique Josephine Manatch* Katharine Elizabeth Turvey Caroline Adhiambo van den Idsert GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC POLICY AND PROGRAM EVALUATION (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) Sarah Jane Berglas* Genevieve Boudrias Tyler Joseph Branco Kelly Buitrago Carys Alana Carrington Alireza Gazerani Abdirahman Hussein Sarika Samantha Surujballi Neb Zachariah 21

23 BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) (Presented by Professor André Plourde Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs) Ebyan Ahmed Ali and Political Science Nkemjika Ezinne Amaku Human Rights and Political Science Lynnette Antwi-Boasiako* Human Rights and Concentration in, Policy and Government Ashton Oliver Baker-Dickinson* European and Russian Studies Minor in Russian with Study Term Abroad Chynna Marie Marion Beach Human Rights and Meaghan Beale Economics and Political Science Meron Biruk Human Rights and Social Justice and Leah Bortolotti* Minor in English Jonathan Grahame Frost Brennan History and Political Science David Brisson and Music Caleb Amos Broeker and Political Science Concentration in Business and Concentration in Public Affairs and Policy Analysis Logan Calkins Concentration in Image, Politics and Persuasion Minor in Business Chin yan Chung Jennifer S. Coombes Geography and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Benjamin Andrew Cooper Economics and Concentration in, Policy and Government Jared Graham Cummings English and Political Science D.H. Brandon Dani Applied Economics and Concentration in Business Julian Davis* Minor in Geography Jeff Dolegowski* and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Victoria Francesca Douglas Concentration in Media Industries and Institutions Minor in Political Science with Study Year Abroad Maegan Bridget Draper Concentration in Image, Politics and Persuasion Minor in Business 22

24 Samantha Dupuis-Tander Human Rights and Mohammed Omar Eldali Minor in Political Science Shanique Tiffany Foster* and Psychology Dylan Willis Freitag Minor in Sociology Wayne Fryer and Sociology Alanna Megan Gray English and Political Science Asia Green Global Politics and Human Rights Cassandra Marie Grenier* and Women s and Gender Studies Minor in African Studies Matthew Leonard Ross Healey and Political Science Concentration in Business and Concentration in International Relations with Study Term Abroad Dylan Sean Hegarty and Political Science Concentration in Public Affairs and Policy Analysis Jordan Helen Marie Heuvelmans and Human Rights Oula Hreiche and Economics Cedric Jafarpour-Davatgar Human Rights and Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Miguel Jaramillo and English Minor in French Nawaf Kazem Concentration in Image, Politics and Persuasion Allison Marie Kingston and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Kerstie Roberta Kona and Katelyn Denise Larabie and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Matthew Alexander Léger* Philosophy and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Madeleine Le Jeune Minor in Religion Nicole Levesque Minor in Business and Minor in Sociology Brock Lyman Political Science and Psychology Linda Marie MacMillan Human Rights and Kiranpreet Mangat and Philosophy Trevor Marin History and Political Science Concentration in Public Affairs and Policy Analysis Minor in European and Russian Studies Rachel Elizabeth McLaughlin History and Political Science 23

25 Lucas Galen Mimeault* Nathalie Madeleine Morais Minor in French Justin Thomas Morell Biology and Concentration in Business Elizabeth Nichols Viktor Venelinov Nikolov Human Rights and Concentration in Business Clarissa Miles Noxon European and Russian Studies with Study Year Abroad Sophia Okunsky and Kevin O Meara* Philosophy and Political Science Jeffrey Parkhouse and Political Science Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights and Concentration in International Relations Daryja Parry-Hill* Minor in Sociology Sade Parsons and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Tessa Elaine Presta* with Study Term Abroad Melissa Natasha Rasia* Nicholas Rathgeber Economics and Geography Kelsey Michelle Rhude Human Rights and Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Shannon Victoria Scott* Claire J. G. Semple Minor in Urban Studies Sam Shein* Man Shi Minor in Japanese Robyn St Laurent* and Political Science Concentration in International Relations Minor in Mandarin Chinese with Study Year Abroad Daniel Pereira Teeter Economics and Minor in Mathematics Cole Alexander Tiessen Economics and Film Studies Madison Pickett Ulitsky English and Political Science with Study Year Abroad Rodemirma Viljean and Sociology Haley Margaret Wells Callie Siobhan Whelan Briar Lily Williams Human Rights and Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights 24

26 Mallory Wright Minor in American Sign Language Faez Mohammad Zinbarakji* Human Rights and Political Science Concentration in International Relations BACHELOR OF ARTS (Presented by Professor André Plourde Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs) Rahel Abebe Minor in Sociology Linda Abouchakra* Ronn Wade Albert Leah Farran Cross Jennifer Breanne du Puy Minor in Sociology Joseph James Fitzmaurice* Minor in Political Science Bianca Guerra-Chénier Yihan He Soeren Lennart Heins John Kenny Katherine Hannah McCandless Ronny Musikitele Marley Malcolm Patterson* Irene Pavlou Matthew Rassi* Spencer Romenco Jessica Danielle Rowe* Yechen Shen* Jessica Spiegel* Xinli Wei Curella Wright Minor in Philosophy Luji Xie* Minor in Spanish with Study Year Abroad Yue Yuan BACHELOR OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES (HONOURS) (Presented by Associate Professor Josh Greenberg Director, School of Journalism and Communication) Sally Alamar Jansen Richard Gene Allen Minor in French 25

27 Joshua David Amy* Eldora Crystal Aoun Minor in Sociology Cassandra Teresa Artelle Minor in Sociology Nora Baradei Flory-Ann Baron Minor in English Celine Bauwmans Minor in French Madison E. Beaudry Minor in Spanish Cameron Thomas Anderson Begin Minor in History Aaron Douglas Bens Minor in English Kaitlyn Blais* Kelly Ann Boudreau Laura Ashley Brisson Sarah Cameron Natalie Rose Canham Minor in Japanese with Study Term Abroad Samantha L. Cannon* Vincent Ian Charbonneau Minor in English Erika J. Christiansen* Kirsten Coleman Brady Comeau Sarah Anne Coupland Minor in English Emmaline Cress with Study Year Abroad Katarzyna Czyszczon and Political Science Minor in Megan Damini Minor in Business Bridget Derraugh Philippe Des Rivieres Fatima Diallo Alvarenga Brendan Christopher Dumas 26

28 Ilay Eker Madeline Lillian Rose Ellepola and Women s and Gender Studies Minor in Disability Studies Natasha Fallavollita Minor in Alessia Michelle Forchilli Emma Fournier* and Film Studies Alexandra Frechette-Johnstone* Laura Patricia Gagnon Minor in Indigenous Studies Ashley Flora Gentile Minor in Business Thomas Guthrie Aya Habib Minor in Business Sura Habib Minor in Business Marwah F. Halak Minor in Political Science Matthew David Hammar Minor in Business Xenia Hebert Shayla Elyse Hickson Minor in French Christian Nicholas Harvey Horton Anna Hum Minor in Linguistics Shannon Nicole Ing Olivia Marion Isaacs and Omer Azeez Jamshaid Xiaotong Jiang Catherine Johnson Jessica Jones* Stephan Jones and English Sachi Ixchel Kameishi and Political Science Minor in English Michaela Kelly Minor in Canadian Studies and Minor in History Ji Woo Kim Magdalena Barbara Knyszynski Minor in Music 27

29 Nasser Lafta Mary Anne Lamkin Allison Jessie Larkin Megan rence Paula Leak Ainsley Lewis* Yang Yun Lin Karin Lindsay* Yimo Liu Kaitlin Rejeanne Loeffen Minor in English Andrea Marcantonio Matthew Sean Marchi* Jimena Martinez Gerhard and Art History Jordan Mcguire Evan McKay* Tori Jean McNeely Minor in Chloe Elizabeth Miller and Women s and Gender Studies Minor in Political Science Emma Elizabeth Leathem Montgomery* Minor in French Kalee Mary Morgan Kamila Motala Minor in Art History Maya Muto Minor in English Caelyn Nashiem Minor in French Breanne Neudorf Minor in History Taylor Roberta Nijsse Minor in Entrepreneurship with Study Term Abroad Chandler Nowak Oluwakemi Priscilla Obando Minor in English Samantha Hope Pitre Minor in Sociology Ji Qi 28

30 Jaden Diane Quesnel Minor in Sociology Laura Camila Quintero Yepes* Jihane Salma Rahimi Tara Elizabeth Redmond Minor in Business Carleigh Patrice Reynolds Minor in Film Studies Olivia Maria Romano Minor in Greek and Roman Studies Fatima Said and Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies Jessica Schultz Minor in English and Minor in Film Studies Brodie Elizabeth Sharpe Nicole Danielle Skinner and English Jenna Delaney Stirling Taylor V. Sulpher Minor in Sociology Catherine Zoe Supple-Craig and Anthropology Nianqiao Tang Zaina Telawi Lindsay Marie Angela Van Wynsberghe Nadia Versolato* Michelle Vuong Alana Louise Walker Minor in Geography Jeffrey Thomas Wall Minor in Environmental Studies Jingyi Wang Xiaomeng Wang Alexandria Brittany Westendorp Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Jiuhong Wu Yahui Yang Minor in Italian Abigail Oforiwah Yeboah Minor in Lu Yin Minor in Sociology Bohan Zhang Minor in Business 29

31 Zheming Zhang Meiyi Zhou Minor in Business Yujie Zhou Minor in Philosophy Yunjia Zhu BACHELOR OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES (Presented by Associate Professor Josh Greenberg Director, School of Journalism and Communication) Nicolas Caravaggio Olivia Di Clemente Cameron Alexander Hoey Minor in Rosemarie Jane Megill Minor in Economics Haya Ali Hajj Sleiman Raye Elizabeth Glen Smith Erin Ryan Taylor Mark Tibshirani Mengying Wei Riley Susan Elaine Wilson Minor in Sociology Xi Ye BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM (Presented by Associate Professor Susan Harada Associate Director, School of Journalism and Communication) Micaal Ahmed Journalism and Political Science Manuela Bárcenas Meza Journalism and Hamzia Bawa-Zeba Journalism and Sarina Yasmin Bhaiwala Journalism and Human Rights with Study Term Abroad Lindsay Anne Bright Minor in History Anita Lillian Brown Minor in Sociology Olivia Anne Carey Minor in Business and Minor in French Victoria Etta Christie Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Danielle Clarke Minor in Spanish Rachel Leslie Dale Minor in History Sarah Davies Journalism and Human Rights 30

32 Emma Davis Minor in Anthropology Emily Ann D Orazio Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Emily Isabelle Fearon Journalism and Human Rights Yana Fedyanova Minor in English Emma Catherine Fischer Minor in Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies Kaitlin Denise Fisher Minor in English Liam Robert Fox Minor in Caitlin Galipeau Minor in Greer Gemin Journalism and Women s and Gender Studies Rory Michael Gilheany Minor in Geography with Study Year Abroad Madison Anne Hadfield Minor in English Natalie Harmsen Minor in and Minor in Film Studies Aaron Hemens Minor in Film Studies Matthew Wesley Horwood Minor in History Jacob Kenan Hoytema Journalism and English with Study Term Abroad Keegan Frederick Hughes Minor in Sociology Rachel Adriana Jaskula Minor in Political Science Sarah Kazak* Journalism and Minor in Film Studies Heather Danielle Keary Minor in History Kristin Kelly Journalism and English Rebecca Kiriakopoulos Journalism and Human Rights and Social Justice Hayley Allison Kirsh Minor in Sociology with Study Term Abroad Hilary Lynn Marie Laffrenier Minor in Political Science Tamara Lynn LaPlante Minor in English and Minor in Film Studies Sydney LaRose* Journalism and Economics Jasmine Minor in and Minor in with Study Term Abroad Nicholas Joseph s Clarissa Johanna Jessie Leir-Taha Journalism and History Naomi Claire Fisher Librach Minor in English Jiayue Liu Journalism and Art History 31

33 Kevin Brandon MacDonald Journalism and Film Studies Salma Mahgoub Journalism and Human Rights Mona Mahmoud Minor in Communication and Media Studies Mamta Manhas Journalism and Human Rights Katrina Lois McNabb Minor in Anthropology Liam Ross McPherson Minor in Political Science Valerie Molino Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Jacob Peter Munro Minor in and Minor in Maxwell Stephen Nease Minor in Film Studies Michael Alan Nellis Minor in History Clive Chung Pong Ngan Journalism and Political Science Concentration in Public Affairs and Policy Analysis Jordan Duane Omstead Journalism and Human Rights Arianna Paquette Minor in Anthropology and Minor in History Jullian Catherine Paquin Journalism and Human Rights Michael Scott Pattison Minor in History Bailee Ngar Ling Pegden Minor in and Minor in Film Studies Carly Michelle Pickett Minor in Film Studies Lia Therese Pizarro Minor in Cassandra Plourde Minor in French Noah Joseph David Richardson Journalism and Canadian Studies Meaghan Alexandra Deirdre Richens Minor in Philosophy Rielly Mary Anne Riggs Journalism and Political Science Concentration in Canadian Politics Saskia Johanna Rodenburg Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Alyssa Roussy Minor in Business and Minor in Film Studies Megan Suzanne Sibley Minor in French Jasmine Kaur Sikand Minor in Karen-Luz Sison Minor in English and Minor in Philosophy Joshua Riley Soucie Minor in Sociology with Study Year Abroad Thamar Spitzer Journalism and French Xiao Wen Sun Journalism and History 32

34 Lisa Sharon Thibodeau Minor in European and Russian Studies Alana Christina Thoman Minor in Andrea Jennifer Tingey Minor in Sarah Shifra Leah Togman Kathryn Topinka Minor in Political Science Parisa Emily Vafaie Minor in and Minor in Political Science Marika Christine Van Schepen Minor in Carlos Verde Minor in History Sidney Weiss Kaylyn Marie Whibbs Minor in Film Studies with Study Term Abroad Mackenzie Kenneth White Minor in with Study Term Abroad Ryley Michael White* Minor in History Robert John Worrall Minor in Political Science Isaac Samuel Thorpe Wurmann Journalism and Human Rights Micaela Wylie-Arbic Minor in English Nadin Ihsan Yousif Minor in Political Science Matthew Simon Yuyitung Minor in English BACHELOR OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY MANAGEMENT (Presented by Professor Barry Wright Director, Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs) Connor Ahluwalia Specialization in Public Policy and Administration Minor in Economics Rahib Ahmad Specialization in Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis Minor in Political Science Sarah Al-Shaher Specialization in Development Studies Efrem Kesete Berhe Specialization in International Studies Minor in Economics Ryan Bertrand Specialization in Public Policy and Administration Minor in History Maylee Kimberlynn Bossy Specialization in Human Rights Minor in Christopher Michael Breen Specialization in Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis Minor in French Caylee Jean Brydie* Specialization in Development Studies Minor in Neuroscience and Mental Health 33

35 Michael Paul Cappa Specialization in Communication and Information Technology Policy Minor in Spanish Thomas John Carnegie Specialization in Social Policy Minor in Economics with Study Term Abroad Jennifer Rosemary Cauthers Specialization in International Studies Nora Sylvia Chahine Specialization in International Studies Roberto Alejandro Chavez Specialization in International Studies Andrew Chen Specialization in Public Policy and Administration Minor in Samantha Marie David Specialization in International Studies Natasha Audrey De La Puente Specialization in Human Rights Minor in Sharon Embaye Specialization in Communication and Information Technology Policy Minor in Olivia Faria Specialization in Communication and Information Technology Policy Zoe Anastasia Favrin Specialization in International Studies Claire Elizabeth Finkbeiner Specialization in International Studies Minor in Economics Bethel Getachew Specialization in International Studies Minor in Emma Royall Gibson Specialization in Social Policy Bayley Timothy N. Gillier Specialization in Communication and Information Technology Policy Austin Glover Specialization in Human Rights Heather Gray Specialization in International Studies Kirpa Kaur Grewal Specialization in Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis Minor in Business Samuel William Henderson Specialization in Human Rights Brittany Leigh Hesmer Specialization in Development Studies Adrianna Cassandra Hislop Specialization in Social Policy Briana Karine Hogg Specialization in Human Rights Ailan Rachael Holbrook Specialization in International Studies with Study Term Abroad Taylor Leeann Hulley Specialization in International Studies Kaitlyn Elizabeth Joyce Specialization in International Studies Julia Khodos Specialization in International Studies Minor in Economics Hannah Kim Specialization in Human Rights Oksana Annamarie Kishchuk Specialization in Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis 34

36 Zayge Klein Specialization in Human Rights Antony Alexander Laakso Specialization in Public Policy and Administration Minor in Economics with Study Term Abroad Donald Zachary Leone Specialization in Communication and Information Technology Policy Hannah Marysia Lockyer Specialization in Public Policy and Administration Minor in Peter Richard MacDonald Specialization in Public Policy and Administration Sarvnaz Malektojar Specialization in International Studies Minor in French Evan Marr Specialization in International Studies Stephanie Marshall-White Specialization in International Studies Minor in History Kevin Charles Mason Specialization in Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis Minor in Business Sierra Matis Specialization in International Studies with Study Term Abroad Victoria McLean Specialization in International Studies Elizabeth Shelley Meed Specialization in Development Studies Muna Mohamed Specialization in Human Rights Minor in Zachary Daniel Morris Specialization in Development Studies Daniel Joseph Murphy* Specialization in Development Studies Sarah Luise Murray Specialization in Human Rights Robert Niro* Specialization in Social Policy Carly Mickela Parks Specialization in Development Studies Lauren Taylor Peng Specialization in Development Studies with Study Term Abroad Jordan Rollocks Specialization in Development Studies Minor in Business Rhys Morgan Sandner Specialization in Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis Minor in Statistics Christian John Scott Specialization in International Studies Karyna Semeshko Specialization in International Studies Andrea Meghan Sloan Specialization in Human Rights Nadia Springle Specialization in Development Studies Joel Peter Szota Specialization in International Studies with Study Year Abroad Kasinee Templeton Specialization in International Studies Kashmira Velji Specialization in International Studies 35

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38 AFTERNOON CEREMONY Wednesday, June 13, 2:00 p.m. Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation are awarded by Senate in February and in June. Degrees awarded in February are denoted by an asterisk (*). 37

39 HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENT Catherine Frazee, O.C., D.Litt., LLD (Hon.) Catherine Frazee will be awarded the degree of Doctor of s, honoris causa, at the 2:00 p.m. ceremony on Wednesday, June 13, in recognition of her extraordinary leadership as a writer, an educator, an activist and an advocate for the promotion and inclusion of disability studies, art, culture and action in Canada. Frazee is professor emerita at Ryerson University, where she served as professor of distinction and co-director of the RBC-Ryerson Institute for Disability Studies Research and Education prior to her retirement in She was the chief commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission from 1989 to Frazee's primary area of focus in recent years has been the exploration of cultural work grounded in the experience of disability, the illumination of ableist habits of heart embedded in our social ethos and, in direct response, the reframing of disability as a distinct and resilient social identity. She has provided expert testimony before federal and provincial courts on human rights and disability disadvantage and has contributed actively to Supreme Court of Canada interventions of strategic concern to disabled Canadians, most recently in relation to legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide. Frazee has published extensively on human rights, precarious citizenship and the activist resistance of disabled people. She has received honorary degrees from Dalhousie University, the University of New Brunswick and McMaster University, and was appointed an officer of the Order of Canada in 2014 for "her advancement of the rights of persons with disabilities and as an advocate for social justice." 38

40 ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS Afternoon ceremony Wednesday, June 13, 2:00 p.m. President and Vice-Chancellor Alastair J. S. Summerlee, FCAHS, LL.D., B.Sc., B.VSc., Ph.D., MRCVS, presiding The audience is requested to stand when the Academic Procession arrives and remain standing during O Canada and the Elder's greeting. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the audience will wait until the Academic Procession has left before exiting the Fieldhouse. Processional Music Zachary Dwyer (bagpipes) Gregory Joseph (bagpipes) James Bush (snare drum) O Canada (The audience is invited to sing. Please see page 2.) Performed by Michelle Gendron Opening Ceremony Elder Annie St. Georges Algonquin Nation Introduction by the Master of Ceremonies Jerry Tomberlin, Ph.D. Interim Provost and Vice-President (Academic) Conferring of the Degree of Doctor of s, honoris causa, upon Catherine Frazee, O.C., D.Litt., LLD (Hon.) (Larry McCloskey, M.A., M.S.W. Director, Paul Menton Centre) Convocation Address Catherine Frazee, O.C., D.Litt., LLD (Hon.) Canadian educator, activist, researcher, poet and writer Professor Emerita, School of Disability Studies, Ryerson University Conferring of Degrees and Awarding of Medals Warrant Donald L. Russell, Ph.D. Marshal of Convocation Welcome from the Alumni Association Louise Hayes, M.A. President, Carleton University Alumni Association Closing Address by the President and Vice-Chancellor Alastair J. S. Summerlee, FCAHS, LL.D., B.Sc., B.VSc., Ph.D., MRCVS Recessional Music 39

41 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) LEGAL STUDIES Tiffany MacLellan* Painting Pasts and Futures: Transitional Justice, Museums, and Aesthetic Interruptions Supervisors: S. Douglas and P. Swan Darren Pacione* Political Trials and Felquistes Defendants: Defending the Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ) in the Courtroom Supervisors: B. Wright MASTER OF ARTS (Presented by Professor Matthias Neufang Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs) LEGAL STUDIES Hadi Zakaria Abu Al Hawa* Darby Michelle Babin Liberating Legal Education: Using Critical Feminist Pedagogy to Educate on the Problems of Oppression and Gender- Based Violence Maria Laura Nathalia Cardenas Celeste Cloutier* Suzanne Gahagan Mackenzie Gahagan-Stewart Gillian Harris Taryn Hepburn How to Make a Criminal: A Genealogy of the Youth Criminal Justice System in Canada Shanna Hickey Case Study of a Child and Youth Advocacy Centre (CYAC) in a Canadian City Sydney Jacklin Imagining : Curated Narratives of Sexual Assault in The Ghomeshi Effect Selin Kum Deepa Nagari The Safe Third Country Agreement: An Analysis Thirteen Years Later Braden Thomas Penner Sharon M. Richardson Anousha Rohanioskoui* Danene Whiting BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) (Presented by Professor André Plourde Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs) Donovan Samuel Abbott Concentration in Amanda Marie Addesso Mary Catherine Albert Haya Nabhan Al Chalabi Concentration in Business 40

42 Bradley Lewis Alford Concentration in Farah Alhalawani* Mudar Al Hraki Minor in Najma Ali Norah Alotaibi Concentration in Business Abdalrahman Alsayegh* Kristina Nicole Anagnosti Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Bailey Zeena Anderson* Isaac Nestor Ankiba Sarah Alexandra Antonious Concentration in Business Ashley Araujo-Velluso Minor in Lauren Armstrong Jessica Arnott Concentration in Annelle Asamoah Aliya Ascah Concentration in, Policy and Government Austin J. Auringer Minor in History Megan Baker Krista Lynn Balachorek Concentration in Iana Balaur* Concentration in Business Spencer Baron* Concentration in Business Minor in Business Rebekah Margaret Beattie* Concentration in Riviera Beauchamp Concentration in Meaghan Elizabeth Beaudry Concentration in Minor in Sociology Quinton Mclean Bell* Concentration in Business 41

43 Robyn Belland Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Ashton Bennett Erika Elizabeth Bennett Ashley Jane Bickford Concentration in Hunter Bidder Concentration in Minor in Women s and Gender Studies with Study Term Abroad Emily Joy Birkett Adam Dante Bordignon* Concentration in Meghan Borg Valérie Bouillon Rachel Bouvier Concentration in William James Bradley Micheil Alexander Bright Minor in Philosophy Emily Brownrigg Minor in Neuroscience and Mental Health Blenda Bui Le Dunya Butt* Breanna Sherri Groves-Dubach Cain Vanessa Cairns Christian Calvano Matthew Carmelo Campagna Concentration in Austin Campbell Duncan James Campbell Hailey Campbell Minor in History Marisa Carfa Concentration in Christopher Roy Casale* Minor in History Nicholas Cascardo Concentration in Business 42

44 Leon Cenerini Chun Feng Chan Concentration in Mc Berthon Charles* Minor in Sociology Melat Cherent Hyun Cho Minor in Mathematics Andrew Christman Emma Laura-Marie Cicci Julia Marie Clark* Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Meika Ellen Dawn Clarke Minor in Emily Clarkson Concentration in Beatriz Maria Claros-Flores* Rianna Chadi Mariam Conroy-Mansour Hannah Megan Consitt with Study Year Abroad Kaitlyn Cosgrove Concentration in Jessica Catherine Cox Concentration in Business Minor in French Ashley Craig Concentration in Lauren Kelly Crawford Concentration in Chad Lucas Crew* Minor in Aleiya Cummins Concentration in, Policy and Government Jenna Elizabeth Cunningham Concentration in Alexandra Cusson Concentration in Kevin Dam Concentration in Neginah Darya Ayushi Kartic Dave 43

45 Brittany Davis Hailey DeCourcy Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Mark Richard Gerrit Dehaan Lindsay Alyssa Dennis Minor in Rachel Joy Deschamps Evan Donald Desroches Minor in Amanda Dey* Concentration in Business Minor in French Chloe Georgina Dick Concentration in Dawn Joy Dickinson Concentration in Ryan Michael Di Lella Concentration in Business Minor in Political Science Matthew James Kevin Dodds Michael Steven Domagala Meaghan Elizabeth Douglas-O Neill* Idil M. Douksieh Veronica Kyomi Driscoll* Concentration in Business Sarah Rochelle Durrer Concentration in Valerie Dziawa* Nelcy Égalité* Keanu Nicholas Elliott Rachael Marie Emard Concentration in, Policy and Government Tina Emiri* Hayley Evershed* Davide Gioacchino Fazio* Kelly Anne Fee Jake Thomas Gibson Fenton 44

46 Kimberly-Ann Ford Dennis Romuald Forster Minor in Cody Kevin French Minor in Political Science with Study Year Abroad Carley Linda Fullum Vanessa Graziella Germano* Concentration in Cristina Giamberardino Concentration in Minor in Women s and Gender Studies William Ferguson Alton Gillen Concentration in Business Minor in Political Science Stuart Gordon* Savannah Rose-Haline Greene Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Justin Alexander Greidanus Concentration in Natalie Leslie Anne Griffin* Concentration in Maurissa Haist Minor in French Kevin Hamm Liam Basil Harrington Carly Cecile Harris Sarah Harrison Minor in Neuroscience and Mental Health Mark Hatherall Concentration in Kiran Heble Minor in Music Sean Helferty Concentration in Cynthia Henning Victoria Grace Heppenheimer Concentration in Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Sydney Hipkins Concentration in Minor in Disability Studies Naji Hirzallah Concentration in Business Mancini Ho Concentration in, Policy and Government Nicholas James Hope 45

47 Richard Huneault* Elizabeth Anne Marie Huot Concentration in Yorek Paul Hurrelmann Robert Paolo Irvine Minor in Alexandra Jackson Minor in Matthew Philip Jenkins Concentration in Business Kevin Joshua Jimenez Solorzano Blake Emmett Johnson Cailin Joanne Junker Esther Muyange Kabamba Concentration in, Policy and Government Archibald Christian Oswal Kabore Ryan Joseph Kaiser Alexis Kardas and Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Zohlnar Navroz Ali Karimi Concentration in Minor in Philosophy Jeffery Alexander Keill Concentration in Krystal Viola Kelly* Victoria Kemp Stephen E. Kenyi* Minor in Political Science Muhammad Talha Khan Concentration in Business Tanya Aline Khatcherian Concentration in Business Minor in English Emily Kim Minor in Technology, Society, and Environment Studies with Study Term Abroad Kaitlyn Victoria King Minor in History Valerie Ann Koepke Minor in Spanish Anna-Marie Kowalski* 46

48 Edwin Kwarteng Nyarko Concentration in Business Minor in Economics Megan Elaine Lambert Concentration in Ashley Christina Lander Meagan Anne * Samantha Rae r Concentration in Minor in Sociology Jessica Ann s Concentration in Taylor son Concentration in Laura Fay Leclerc Concentration in, Policy and Government Susanne Lee* Jacob Brian Graham Legault Minor in Andrew Joseph Leroux Concentration in Minor in Sociology Summer Kelly Lewis Concentration in Minor in French Zhiying Li Concentration in Business Alexis Marie Lipnicky* Breana Locey Kaitlyn Alexandra Loginov Concentration in Natalia Lukina Concentration in Business Britney Lunn Mariah Maadarani with Study Term Abroad Gabriella Maatouk Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Philip Setor Mac-Deh Victoria Grace MacDonald Minor in Brandon Alexander Machado* with Study Term Abroad 47

49 Meghan Elsinore Maria Machado Taylor Louise Mair Concentration in Business Samuel Emmanuel Maisababi* Concentration in Business Matthew Maloney* Minor in Political Science Lojain Salvino Mandanas Minor in American Sign Language Mari-Lisa Mank Concentration in Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Louisa Marino Concentration in Minor in History Lily Frances Mark Concentration in with Study Term Abroad Angela Marra Arielle Genevieve Masur Concentration in Jacqueline Matthews Katrina Mayda Helen Annette McAllister-Windsor* Carly Shantell McCabe Concentration in Leah Janette McElhinney Concentration in Minor in Sociology Matthew Lynden McIntyre* Concentration in Stephen Charles McMullen Matthew McSheffrey Minor in Roberto Menezes* Dominique Mesina Concentration in Business Minor in Political Science Emily Ann Minor Concentration in Kahetonni Morgan Anna Mitchell Concentration in Phoenix Clark Molen Concentration in Business Minor in Canadian Studies Claudette Gertrude Mukama Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights with Study Year Abroad 48

50 Bernard Murdock Ahayan Nadeem Abdimalik Nagash Matthew Napior Stefano Napolitano* Minor in Christopher Nguyen Concentration in Lily Nguyen Andrew David Niven* Concentration in Shannon Nix Concentration in Jennifer Niyonzima Erika-Lynn Frances Nolan Justin Nolette Concentration in Minor in Sociology Alaeddin Nouhehkhan Allison Erin O Donnell Annie Ke O Hara* Concentration in, Policy and Government Minor in Political Science Benjamin Oman Minor in Political Science Julia O Quinn Concentration in, Policy and Government Melanie Assunta Orsborne Concentration in Business Carolyn Priscilla Ortega-Reyes* Concentration in Aileen Mairead O Sullivan Concentration in Sarah Marie Oulton* Emmanuella Padovan* Troy Allan Palmer Concentration in Business Minor in Philosophy Alessandra Parziale Concentration in Sarah-Jade Pauley Concentration in Business Timofei Pchenitchnikov Concentration in Minor in Sociology 49

51 Hayley Pender Ryall* Antonietta Persechino Minor in Amanda Petropoulos Kayleigh Pink Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Minor in Indigenous Studies Brian Pires* Concentration in Business Michaela Pollon Concentration in Erin Marie Popplewell Concentration in Kristan Marie Poyer Rebecca Allyson Prentice Concentration in, Policy and Government James Ptycia Concentration in Business Minor in Technology, Society, and Environment Studies Lisa Quevillon Concentration in Jelena Racic Moatasim Mohammad Mahdy Radwan* Saghar Rafatifard Concentration in Yasmina Rajab* Concentration in Business Minor in Political Science Layka Reann Sunnite Ramsay* Anita Rayegani Jeremy Rioux Concentration in Anna-Marie Robertson Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights with Study Term Abroad Haylee Victoria Robertson Alyssa Robinson Kirby Lorraine Rodewald Concentration in with Study Year Abroad Aron Christian Roman Andrew James Rowbotham* Concentration in Business 50

52 Sheigh Elliane Rowe Concentration in Malina Cristina Rucarean Concentration in Minor in French Dylan Rutledge Alison Sa Concentration in Reza Matthew Sadeghi Tyler Joseph Sadlo Concentration in Minor in Sociology Stacy Christiane Samputu Concentration in Business Mercedes Elena Sanchez Matheus* Esteban Sanchez-Maya Minor in Sociology Samantha Suzanne Santa Maria* Minor in Greek and Roman Studies Samantha Savard Aaron Schmidt Minor in Film Studies Matthew Douglas Schram Concentration in Business Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Jacob Michael Bradley Scrivens* John Forester Shehan Concentration in Business Minor in Economics Amreen Shergill Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Maria-Cleusa Silva-Roy* Concentration in Alyssa Jazmyn Simurda Concentration in Business John Martin Mccumber Smith Futtit Concentration in Business Ruopeng Song Concentration in Business Minor in Business Braeden Alexander Shane Spanton Minor in History Zac Spiegelman Minor in Music Kayla Springer Nikolay Hristov Stanchulov Concentration in, Policy and Government Minor in History 51

53 Olivia Lynn Stavretis Minor in Music Samantha Alice Stephen Concentration in Noah Owen Stevens Alyssa Rosina Stoltz Kyle Sullivan Minor in Spanish Fariha Sultana Concentration in Business Minor in Sociology with Study Term Abroad Benjamin James Szaplonczay Minor in Business Hassan Tahir Madeline Elaine Tater Minor in English Brian Gordon Taylor-Ladas Concentration in Darby Thatcher Concentration in Andrew James Gaston Therien Concentration in Business Minor in Business Madison Justine Thicke Concentration in Business Ashley Anne Thompson Minor in English Catrina Thompson* Minor in Neuroscience and Mental Health John Gregory Allan Thompson Shayla Megan Thomson Eleonora Tkachenko Concentration in Hannah Leslie Jean Tozer Minor in Anthropology with Study Year Abroad Stephen Tran Concentration in Stephano Tropiano Concentration in Amane Hussein Turkie Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Eric Alexandre Turner Morgan Turpin Minor in Environmental Studies 52

54 Daniel Twijuke Concentration in Transnational and Human Rights Amos Si Yuan Vang Lauren Kate-Lynn Van Geffen Concentration in, Policy and Government Minor in Religion Joshua Timothy Villemure Concentration in Avery Kenneth David Vreugdenhil-Beauclerc Concentration in, Policy and Government Minor in Philosophy Kyle Daniel Wallwork* Alexandra Warren Concentration in Calum James Westley Concentration in Business Eric Robert White Ricki-Lee Valerie Williams Concentration in Business Kaddeem Tyriq Williams Brissett Elizabeth Margaret Prinzen Wilson Minor in English Kelsey Tamara Lynn Winges with Study Term Abroad Natasha Amen Wisdom Concentration in Business Emmanuel D. Worlor Concentration in Minor in Sociology Negeen Yazdani Garang Kuac Yel Rianna Zandbelt BACHELOR OF ARTS (Presented by Professor André Plourde Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs) Reyan Abdulkader Heba Ali Alexandria Anastasia Alipanopoulos Michael-Anthony Amiro* Ryan Angus Concentration in 53

55 Charelle Aoun Zeinab Hussein Awada Joleen Sommer-Sky Bakes Kayla June Bakes Sarah Barber Jenna Lee Beatty* Concentration in Rachel Erin Begin Concentration in Austin William Bell Concentration in Gaulsom Ben Azouz Aulona Bogiqi* Kelsey Boquist Minor in English Meghan Boudreau Steven Everett Brasier Adam Bridle Tyler William Gary Britnell Concentration in Brandon Burns-Murphy Concentration in Katherine Cabrera* Giulia Calderone Lilly Belle Carr Concentration in Rachael Reinhold Carr* James Charles Emily Clougher Minor in Anthropology Caitlin Elizabeth Cooke Cameron Cornwall* Jessica Jasmine Cottingham* Cassandra Jean Cross* Amy Pauline Crouch Concentration in Megan Amber Perri Cruickshank Minor in Sociology Maria C. Cuasay* Garrett Malcolm Darbon Concentration in Nicolas Frank DeFrancesco* Mark Desmarais* Concentration in Karim Diagne* Adam James Donnelly* Concentration in Natasha Kathleen Lorraine Donovan Concentration in 54

56 Bile Duale* Sherry Duncan* Concentration in Justine Anna Durant Concentration in Calvin Henry Dyck Minor in Philosophy Cameron Andrew Dykstra Concentration in Arden Amelia Earhart Manijeh Ebrahimi Concentration in Kyle William James Edwards* Taylor Ryan Esford Concentration in Hannah Gwendalyn Grace Fisher Concentration in Connor James Fletcher Concentration in Eric Steven Fowler Concentration in Schnael Francois Maria Alejandra Galindo Concentration in Samuel Jacques Gauthier* Concentration in James Gill Gervais* Jesse Marc Gilbert-Ducommun* Dayna Michelle Goulbourne Minor in Indigenous Studies Katherine Griffiths Nathan Phillip Guspie Concentration in Ahmad Hage-Hassan Concentration in Jacy Lee Hampson* Adam Hansen Rodney Dale Hardy* Minor in History Michelle Harper Emily Hay* Concentration in Andrew Philip Hill Foster Hilt* Alanna Hodge Shannon Holmes Concentration in Bikiran Flora Homagain Adaku Huggins-Warner Syed Ibrahim Husain Joshua Jipson* Brendan Johnson* Matthew Frank Johnson Concentration in 55

57 Nandy Joseph Concentration in Amritveer Kaur Thomas Andrew Knapp Concentration in Michelle-Anne Knight Nicolas Yahaud Kouadio William Andre Kozak Minor in Biology Ryan Charles Alliste Kublek Jessica Lee Sun-Min Lee* Karina Leffler Carlo Legnaro Concentration in Tiffany Louis Alyssa Anne Lutes Tan Minh Ly* Jennifer Mackie* Melissa Maharaj Sabrina Mayer Concentration in Madison Jean Mccausland* Minor in French Kelsey Ann McClymont Concentration in Timothy McGeein Minor in Sociology William Alexander McGlennon Haley Amanda McNeil-Peters Concentration in Brock Michael Oliver McPherson Concentration in Saad Merhebi Iman Zion Mohamed* Pejmon Monemjou Joshua Evan Montgomery* Concentration in Arnab Mukherjee Ola Ali Mustapha Fordiet Tshibuabua Muzemba Issa Riad Naber Ihsamuddin Nazary Trace Dilon O Connor Halima Sheikh Osman Omar* Aris Papanicolaou Megan Joanne Parenteau* Concentration in Minor in Indigenous Studies Cristina Pasquariello Concentration in Heather Patterson* Emmanuel Paulson 56

58 Thomas Peter Edward Peake Jacqueline Pearson* Minor in Women s and Gender Studies Jamie Pettersen* Amanda Poirier Minor in Sarah Poudrier* Amber Elaine Preston Katarina Radovic Samia Rahman George Rivers Concentration in Nicholas John Rizzo* Trent Thomas Rose Gabriel Rossano Elpida Lorain Rostant-Kritikou* Alexendre Richard Routhier Bobby Sakaroo* Concentration in Jadelyn Scriven-Backshall* Adam Daryl Seip Byron James Smallwood Alyssa Rose Smith Brayden St. Germain* Candace Louise St. Peter Leah Kimberly Sullivan Concentration in Maysha Townsend* Shawnee-Lee Tracey Thirukogulan Uthayarajah Concentration in Thirukumaran Uthayarajah Minor in Political Science Careoline Marie Melissa Van Dam* Concentration in Kyle Ken Van Wynsberghe* Sean Nicholas Van Zant Andrew Vena Steeves Volmar Cherenfant Marissa Grace Volpe Emma Wanless Kortni Elizabeth Watson Kristina Maria Wazen Sarah Wehbe Nicholas Alexander Williamson 57

59 Stephen Dale Wilson Teshawna Tremaine Wilson Melanie Younger Jared Donald Znak 58

60 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION WELCOME Congratulations on obtaining your degree from Canada s Capital University, and welcome to the Carleton University Alumni Association (CUAA). With your remarkable achievement today comes membership in a thriving club a dynamic organization of more than 140,000 people living and working around the world who all share a proud connection with this university. This network can help you realize your dreams, open doors and connect you to your alma mater. This is a day for celebration, but it also presents an opportunity for reflection. As you savour your accomplishment, take a moment to look back on your years at Carleton. Remember the ideas that challenged you, the professors who inspired you, and the lifelong friendships you have made. You will treasure these wonderful Carleton memories for the rest of your life. On behalf of your Alumni Association, congratulations on reaching this milestone. Welcome to the CUAA we re here to help you as you embark on a happy and successful future. Louise Hayes, M.A. President, Carleton University Alumni Association 59