Engineering hosts spring 2022 semester awards ceremony
More than 100 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science students received more than $47,000 in scholarships and awards recently.
The faculty hosted its spring 2022 semester awards ceremony to recognize its outstanding students and generous donors.
Interim dean Dr. Octavia Dobre welcomed the recipients, their families and industry partners, and presented the Dean’s Awards.
The Dean’s Awards recognize students with academic averages in the top 10 per cent of their class.
In total, 71 students received these awards. Additionally, two students received Professional Engineers and Geoscientists (PEGNL) Work Term Awards; two students received Angus Bruneau Awards; 15 students received Work Term Presentations Awards and another 26 were awarded scholarships.
Emily Delaney received the PEGNL W.W. Cossitt Award: Senior Work Term Award and Ayman Mahran received the PEGNL Connections East Award: Junior Work Term Award.
Each award is presented three times annually and based upon employer nomination, a student’s work term performance, report and oral presentation and overall academic standing. The awards are valued at $1,000 and $500, respectively.
The recipients of the Dean’s Award for Winter 2022 Work Term 2 Oral Presentations were Madison Button, Matthew Grouchy, Jonathan Hunt, Megan McLoughlin, Grace O’Reilly and Grace Pearcey.
Recipients of the Dean’s Award for Winter 2022 Work Term 4 Oral Presentations were Mohamed Adem, Marcus Baker, Stephen Baldwin, Hirthik Bhojwani, Maryam Choudhry, Thierry Dugas, Michael Grant, Scholastica Kimaryo and Kevin Sharpe.
The Class of 2022 recipients of the Angus Bruneau Award were Emma Smart and Daniel Thorsen. It is presented to graduating students named to the Dean’s List in each year of their program.
Jennifer Browne, director of Student Life, and Dr. Dennis Peters, associate dean (undergraduate studies), Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, addressed the assembled guests.
More photos of the award recipients can be found on the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science’s Facebook page.