Awards: Spring 2020 Convocation
While the Spring Convocation ceremonies will be cancelled, we look forward to announcing the recipients of the student awards that are traditionally presented at convocation – including the President’s Medal and the Dean’s Medals for Academic Excellence – and to honouring our distinguished teachers and researchers.
We are also making plans and exploring options to recognize the many accomplishments of the Class of 2020 later this year, potentially at the time of Fall Convocation.
This distinguished award is presented to a graduating student with multiple areas of accomplishment. Recipients are academic achievers, student leaders and active members of their communities. They strive to make their university and the world a better place, and they set high personal standards in all that they do.
Graduating students from any program are eligible for the award, and anyone can submit a nomination—faculty, staff, administration, students and members of the external community. One medal may be awarded to a graduating student in a certificate or diploma program and one to a graduating student in a degree program.
Nomination form and deadlines
If you know a MacEwan University student graduating in either Spring or Fall of this year who contributed to the betterment of both the university and student body while maintaining a high grade point average, we want to hear from you.
Deadline to nominate is May 15, 2020.
President's Medal recipients
- Riya Kaur Sidhu, Faculty of Arts and Science
- Brooke Langmaid, Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications
- Ravina Cheyenne Anand, Faculty of Arts and Science
- Sharissa Jillian Johnson, Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications
- Amanda Ozga, Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications
- Brandon Craig, Faculty of Arts and Science
- Kelly Fagan, Faculty of Arts and Science
- Amanda Riley, Faculty of Health and Community Studies
- Ashlynn Munn, Faculty of Arts and Science
- Casey Pollon, Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications
- Brittany-Ann Pitruniak, Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications
- Rebecca Taylor, School of Business
- Samantha Wipf, Faculty of Health and Community Studies
- Darryl Glen, School of Business
- Samantha Joelle Sperber, Faculty of Arts and Science