May Convocation Photos, Afternoon Ceremony

Front row (left to right): Adina Feinberg, Madison Dennis, Carl Nagy, Ioan Filip, Stephanie Teo, Jessica Douglas. Back row (left to right): Timothy Johnstone, Vincent Larochelle, Julia Evans, Philippe Sosoe, Martin Grant (Dean of Science), Kiril Mugerman.

Front row (left to right): Adina Feinberg, Madison Dennis, Carl Nagy, Ioan Filip, Stephanie Teo, Jessica Douglas. Back row (left to right): Timothy Johnstone, Vincent Larochelle, Julia Evans, Philippe Sosoe, Martin Grant (Dean of Science), Kiril Mugerman.

Here are pictures of the Faculty of Science’s honorary doctorate recipient, as well as some major undergraduate prizewinners, following their B.Sc. graduation at the afternoon Convocation ceremony on May 25, 2009. The students are shown with Dean of Science, Martin Grant; or with the Dean and some of their family members. Congratulations to all graduating students!

Dr. Frances E. Allen gave one of the commencement addresses at Spring 2009 Convocation, and received the degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa.

Dr. Frances E. Allen gave one of the commencement addresses at Spring 2009 Convocation, and received the degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa.

Vincent Larochelle; First Class Honours in Mathematics, Minor  Concentration in Classics; Moyse Travelling Scholarship, Governor-General’s Silver Medal, Rhodes Scholar.

Vincent Larochelle; First Class Honours in Mathematics, Minor Concentration in Classics; Moyse Travelling Scholarship, Governor-General’s Silver Medal, Rhodes Scholar.

Arnaud Lepage-Jutier, First Class Honours in Mathematics & Physics, Anne Molson Gold Medal, Horace Watson Medal & Prize

Arnaud Lepage-Jutier, First Class Honours in Mathematics & Physics, Anne Molson Gold Medal, Horace Watson Medal & Prize

Carl Nagy, Major in Earth & Planetary Sciences, Logan Gold Medal

Carl Nagy, Major in Earth & Planetary Sciences, Logan Gold Medal

Dean of Science Martin Grant smiles for the camera along with Timothy Johnstone, BSc Honours in Chemistry, and winner of the Anachemia Prize in Chemistry and the Anne Molson Prize in Chemistry, his father Kirk Johnstone, B.Com 1984, and mother Debbie Johnstone.

Dean of Science Martin Grant smiles for the camera along with Timothy Johnstone, BSc Honours in Chemistry, and winner of the Anachemia Prize in Chemistry and the Anne Molson Prize in Chemistry, his father Kirk Johnstone, B.Com 1984, and mother Debbie Johnstone.

Charles Tremblay-Darveau, First Class Honours in Physics, Robert E. Bell Prize in Physics

Charles Tremblay-Darveau, First Class Honours in Physics, Robert E. Bell Prize in Physics

Philippe Sosoe, First Class Honours in Mathematics, Dean’s Convocation Prize

Philippe Sosoe, First Class Honours in Mathematics, Dean’s Convocation Prize

Kiril Mugerman, First Class Honours Earth Sciences, David Harrigan Memorial Prize

Kiril Mugerman, First Class Honours Earth Sciences, David Harrigan Memorial Prize

Madison Bessie Dennis (left) and Adina Esther Feinberg (right): both Major in Chemistry (Bio-Organic Option), both Clifford B. Purves Prize

Madison Bessie Dennis (left) and Adina Esther Feinberg (right): both Major in Chemistry (Bio-Organic Option), both Clifford B. Purves Prize

Stephanie Teo, First Class Honours in Chemistry (Bio-Organic Option), R.F. Robertson Prize in Chemistry

Stephanie Teo, First Class Honours in Chemistry (Bio-Organic Option), R.F. Robertson Prize in Chemistry

Ioan Filip: First Class Honours in Mathematics, Minor in Computer Science; Anna and Robert Skomoroski Prize in Science

Ioan Filip: First Class Honours in Mathematics, Minor in Computer Science; Anna and Robert Skomoroski Prize in Science

Jessica Dakotah Douglas: First Class Honours in Chemistry (Bio-Organic Option), Minor in Pharmacology; G. Stafford Whitby Prize in Polymer Chemistry

Jessica Dakotah Douglas: First Class Honours in Chemistry (Bio-Organic Option), Minor in Pharmacology; G. Stafford Whitby Prize in Polymer Chemistry

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