Cambrian College celebrates 49th annual convocation

Posted on Monday May 29, 2017

SUDBURY – Approximately 2,000 members of Cambrian College’s 2017 graduating class will be honoured during four convocation ceremonies taking place June 1-2, 2017.

Cambrian College will welcome graduates, along with their families, friends, and distinguished guests, to its Barrydowne campus for this 49th annual celebration of academic achievement and excellence.

Visit cambrianinternational.ca/convocation for a full schedule, or watch the ceremonies live online. Join and follow the celebrations on social media using the hashtag #cambriangrad.

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

June 1
10 a.m.Certificate of RecognitionRhaili ChampaignePresident, Students’ Administrative Council
10 a.m.Certification of RecognitionPeyton ReubenPresident, Cambrian Native Students’ Association
2 p.m.President’s Silver AwardJesse PattersonHeating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology graduate
2 p.m.President’s Gold AwardZhihui FuCivil Engineering Technology graduate
2 p.m.President’s Award of Excellence - FacultyRobbie DuncanProfessor, School of Skills Training
June 2
10 a.m.Governor General’s Academic MedalAngela Marie AddanteDevelopmental Services Worker graduate
10 a.m.Alumni AwardNihad HasanefendicPolice Foundations alumnus, 2005
2 p.m.

 
Certificate of RecognitionAlanna Michelle LaHayPresident, Cambrian Athletics Association
2 p.m.Dr. Fred Sheridan AwardKathy Wells-McNeil, RNAlumna and Total Nursing Care owner/operator

Members of the media are invited to attend.

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Media contact:

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

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Posted on Thursday May 25, 2017

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