Thursday October 30, 2014

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Dozens of local students graduate

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Dozens of young people from southeast Saskatchewan received diplomas during the convocation ceremonies for the University of Saskatchewan earlier this month.

The students who received degrees were:

Alameda: Merrilee Kinder, juris doctor.

Bromhead: Christopher Gilchrist, bachelor of commerce.

Carievale: Cody Dumaine, bachelor of science in renewable resource management.

Carlyle: Braiden MacDonald, bachelor of science in engineering; Michele McLean, bachelor of science in nursing; and Katharine Waldner, bachelor of arts.

Carnduff: Mark Cousins, bachelor of science in engineering; Ryan Griffin, master of science; and Aimee Mains, master of nursing.

Estevan: Ilona Bastiaansen, bachelor of commerce; Bernard Billesberger, bachelor of arts; Jan Michael Bourgeois, bachelor of education and bachelor of music in music education; Justin Bredenoord, bachelor of education; Leah Clearwater, bachelor of science in nursing; Jody Copeland, post-degree certificate in education for special education; Jeremiah Cossette, bachelor of commerce; Sonja Dorcas, bachelor of science; David Dyck, master of fine arts; Rebecca Foord, bachelor of arts; Kimberly Gabriel, bachelor of science in pharmacy; Akeela Jundt, bachelor of education; Spencer Kaip, bachelor of commerce; Elizabeth Kuley, bachelor of science in engineering; Lisa Lukye, bachelor of science in pharmacy; Michelle Mack, bachelor of science in nursing; Kendelle Marr, bachelor of arts three-year; Stephen Melle, bachelor of science in engineering; Stephanie Miller, bachelor of science in pharmacy; Miranda Morstad, bachelor of education; Kathryn Salmers, bachelor of arts with honours; and Stephanie Weisgerber, bachelor of science in pharmacy.

Forget: Chantal Stehwien, bachelor of arts with honours.

Glen Ewen: Kristine Cooney, bachelor of science in nursing.

Lampman: Jennifer Miller, bachelor of science in nursing; Robin Ulrich, bachelor of education; and Allan Walter, bachelor of science in agriculture.

Midale: Chelsea Emde, bachelor of science in agriculture; Kendall Emde, diploma in agribusiness; Lexton Lee, bachelor of commerce; Jarika Penny, bachelor of education; and Tegan Penny, bachelor of science in nursing.

Oungre: Kyle Ashworth, diploma in agribusiness.

Redvers: Taylor Frecon, bachelor of arts three-year; Riley Kenler, diploma in agronomy; Dolcie Magotiaux, bachelor of science in nursing; Travis Patron, bachelor of commerce; and Blair Toms, bachelor of science in engineering.

Tribune: Kelsie Walkeden, bachelor of science in agribusiness; and Jessica Zackrisson, bachelor of science in nursing.

More than 3,500 students graduated during the spring ceremony this year.

Also, former North Portal resident Ross King was presented with an honourary doctor of letters degree. King, who now resides in England, has won the Governor General’s Award in Canada for English and non-fiction writing.

 


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