Celebrating class of 2022 Bachelors of Arts

Thursday, June 2, 2022

This Spring Convocation the Faculty of Arts proudly celebrates our undergraduate class of 2022, who represent the vast majority of graduands walking across the convocation stage. As part of our multiple celebrations of grads and honourees, we warmly congratulate the distinguished Arts undergraduates receiving special awards and honours.


Special honours

Governor General’s Silver Medal

For highest academic standing upon graduation from a bachelor’s program

Grant Winston Tulloch Dempsey, Honours Accounting and Financial Management, Co-operative Program; Economics Minor

Alumni Gold Medal

Awarded on the recommendation of the Dean of Arts for academic achievement

Karen Shinda Kumar, Honours Psychology

Valedictorian

Selected from nominees by Arts Undergraduate Office

Ola Idris Ali, Honours Political Science, International Relations Specialization; Arts and Business; Co-operative Program; Economics Minor


Distinguished Academic Achievement in Arts major programs

  • Ju Young Yoo, Accounting and Financial Management
  • Aparajita Bhattacharya, Anthropology
  • Seline Wei, Classical Studies
  • Jessica Leigh Blenkarn, Communication Studies
  • Luoyan Dong, Computing and Financial Management Economics
  • Amit Shteyer, Economics
  • Sarah Margaret Casey, English Language and Literature
  • Sarah Nicole Wilkins, Fine Arts
  • Nicole Emily Smedley, French Studies
  • Harsimran Kaur Sekhon, Global Business and Digital Arts
  • Jason Zhe-Xian Lee, History
  • Jessica Lee Rice, Legal Studies
  • Alysha Meghan Frey, Liberal Studies
  • Jacquelyn Elizabeth Morley, Music
  • Nicole Linda Herdman, Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Ezri Christopher Chernak, Philosophy
  • Kirsten Brink Mosey, Politcal Science
  • Kathryn Scarlett Gemmell Ashcroft , Psychology
  • Anne Tetreault, Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies
  • Rachel Elizabeth Jones, Social Development Studies
  • Utkarsh Joshi, Sociology
  • Jessica Lee Rice, Reginald A Hawley Award (Legal Studies)
  • Josef Carl Sanden, Spanish and Latin American Studies
  • Alexandra Marie Kale, Theatre and Performance
 
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