Cambrian College hosts 48th annual convocation

Posted on Friday May 27, 2016

SUDBURY – More than 2,500 members of Cambrian’s 2016 graduating class will be honoured during four convocation ceremonies taking place June 2 and 3, 2016. Graduates, their families and friends, along with distinguished guests, will converge at Cambrian’s Barrydowne campus for this annual celebration of academic achievement and excellence.

The ceremonies will also feature the presentation of awards and medals that recognize graduates and community members for outstanding academic and community contributions, including:

Date/TimeAwardRecipient 
June 2
10 a.m.President’s GoldWilliam MerryleesCommunity and Justice Services
10 a.m.Alumni AwardPaul LeducParamedic, 2012
2 p.m.Certificate of RecognitionRhaili ChampaignePresident, Students’ Administrative Council
2 p.m.Certificate of RecognitionPeyton ReubenPresident, Cambrian Native Students’ Association
June 3
10 a.m.Governor General’s Academic MedalRobert PowellElectrical Engineering Technician - Industrial
10 a.m.President’s Award for Excellence -FacultyDavid WillcockProfessor, School of Engineering Technology & Environmental Studies
10 a.m.Dr. Fred Sheridan AwardGezhtoojig Employment & Training
2 p.m.President’s SilverEvan HortonBachelor of Science in Nursing
2 p.m.Certificate of RecognitionCody HallPresident, Cambrian Athletic Association

Members of the media are invited to attend.

Visit www.cambrianinternational.ca/convocation for a full schedule, or to watch the ceremonies in progress online.

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Media contacts:

Lynn Bulloch
Communications officer
705-566-8101, ext. 6375
lynn.bulloch@cambrianinternational.ca

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Cementation Canada donates coveralls to support Cambrian students

Posted on Thursday May 19, 2016
Pictured are (L-R): Cambrian College students Clinton Misener and Mike Boyle, Foundation Director Darlene Palmer, President Bill Best, Cementation Canada VP Operations Eric Kohtakangas; students Austin Sherwin and Chris Boisvenue.

SUDBURY – Cambrian College students who need coveralls for classes, placements, co-ops or field trips will now have an assortment to choose from, thanks to a generous donation of 185 garments from Cementation Canada.

On Thursday, …

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