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1997 Spring Convocation 



Convocation at Carleton University — 2 

Thursday, June 12, 10:00 a.m. 

Honorary degree recipient Lawrence R. Klein — 4 

Order of Proceedings — 5 
Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Social Sciences for those whose 
surnames hegin with the letters A to L; Master of Arts (Social Sciences) 
for those whose surnames hegin wi th the letters A to L; Bachelor of Arts 
(Social Sciences) for those whose surnames hegin wi th the letters A to L 

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Thursday, June 12, 2:00 p.m. 

1997 Founders Award recipient Claude A. Ed wards — 18 

Honorary degree recipient Graham Westhroob Rowley — 1Q 

Order of Proceedings — 21 
Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Social Sciences for those whose 
surnames hegin with the letters M to Z; Master of Arts (Social Sciences) 
for those whose surnames hegin with the letters M to Z; Bachelor of Arts 
(Social Sciences) for those whose surnames hegin with the letters M to Z 



Medallists in the Graduating Class — 32 



The Convocation ceremonies may be heard on FM-assisted Listening System, Channel #2£>. 
A limited number of receivers are available at each ceremony. 



Convocation at Carleton University 

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Phe Convocation ceremony (the calling together or the academic 
assembly^ has its roots in university traditions ot medieval Europe. 

The Mace 

The mace is a staff symbolizing authority. In the days of 
knighthood, it was a weapon, but after the 1 6th century it became 
solely a symbol of authority carried by a distinguished member of 
an assembly. It is used on ceremonial occasions to signify the right 
ol an individual or insrirution to perform a certain function — in 
the case or universities, to grant degrees. 

\: ( onvocation, the mace is carried ahead of the Chancellor as he 
enters and leaves each ceremony. (Marshal of Convocation H.H.J. 
Nesbitt has performed this function for all but one of the 
University's Convocations.) During the ceremony the mace is 
displayed on a special stand as an embodiment of the authority of 
the University. 

Carletons mace was presented to the University in 1976 as a gift 
from the Chair of the Board of Governors at that time, Mr. Hyman 
Soloway It is a silver-plated staff approximately three feet long. At 
the upper end there is a bowl marked with the University's coat of 
arms and the University motto in both Latin and English — "Opera 
Nobis Aeterna" and "Ours the Task Eternal." From the upper 
portion of the bowl rises a phoenix. Traditional oak leaves surround 
the lower end of the staff. 

Coat of Arms 

The coat of arms was presented to the University by His Excellency 
The Right Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn, Governor- 
General of Canada, on November 15, 1992 as part of Carleton's 
50th anniversary celebrations. It is described in heraldic terms as 
follows: "Sable a maple leaf Gules irradiated and charged with an 
open book Argent; And for a Crest: on a wreath Argent Sable and 
Gules a Phoenix Gules quilled and beaked Or issuing from flames 
proper; And for a Motto: Ours the Task Eternal; And for 
Supporters: on a grassy mount on either side a raven Sable beaked 
and membered or armed Gules." 

The open book on the maple leaf signifies that Carleton University 
is in the nation's capital and that learning is open to all who wish 
to partake of it. The phoenix, the legendary eternal bird, symbolizes 
the renewing of learning from older foundations, in recognition 
of Henry Marshall Tory's role in the founding of the University 
when he was 82 years old. "Ours the Task Eternal" is taken from 
a Walt Whitman poem entitled "Pioneers" and ties in with the 
eternal quality of the phoenix. 

And so, the Carleton University coat of arms symbolizes sound 
learning, good citizenship, and the highest hopes of humanity. 



The Diploma 

The diploma the graduates receive at Convocation is the certificate 
of qualification which publishes the fact that the student has 
fulfilled all the requirements and completed the prescribed course 
of study for the degree. As the senior academic legislative body of 
the University, it is the Senate which has determined whether the 
requirements have been met. The signatures of both the Chancellor 
and the President of the University appear on the diploma: the 
Chancellor because of his role in conferring the degree, and the 
President who, as Chair of Senate, certifies that Senate has enacted 
the required motion to award the degree. The Seal of the University 
is affixed to the diploma as a mark of authentication. 

Academic Dress 

The academic dress of Carleton University results from a 
compromise between that found in the ancient foundations of 
Britain and Canada and the American Intercollegiate Code. All 
three hoods — bachelor's, master's, and doctor's — are of the simple 
or Oxford shape. The bachelor's hood is made of black stuff; the 
master's and doctor's are made of black silk and all are lined with 
silver silk with two chevrons, one of red and one of black. From 
bachelor's to doctor's, the hoods are progressively longer and opened 
to show more and more of the lining. 

The velvet border of the hoods denotes the degrees granted 
according to the following colour combinations: architecture is 
cerise; arts is white; commerce is camel brown; computer science 
is royal blue; engineering is orange; industrial design is dark 
cardinal; journalism is white with a black cord sewn slightly in 
from the lower border; management studies is camel brown with 
a black cord sewn slightly in from the lower border; music is 
Venetian pink; public administration is peacock blue; science is 
golden yellow; social work is cream; and doctor of philosophy is 
purple. 

The bachelor's gown, to be worn with the above hoods, is of full 
length, made of black stuff, with a gathered yoke behind, and 
long open-fronted sleeves. The master's gown is of full style, made 
of black silk or rayon, with a full gathered yoke behind, and closed 
sleeves with an opening at the elbows. The doctoral gown is of the 
same style as the masters, but made of fine royal blue cloth with 
facings of light blue silk. 

The two shades of blue in the doctoral gown are those of the United 
Nations, and are meant to recognize the University's long-standing 
interest, from its earliest years, in international affairs and issues. 
The colours were chosen when the University awarded its first 
honorary degree, in 1954, to the second Secretary General of the 
United Nations, the late Dag Hammarskjold. The tradition of 
awarding honorary degrees to Secretaries General of the United 
Nations has continued since that time. 



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The gown of the honorary Doctor of Laws, Literature, Science, 
Engineering, Architecture or Fine Arts is a full robe with bell- 
shaped sleeves. It is made of fine royal blue cloth with facings and 
sleeves in light blue silk. The hood is made of the same material as 
the gown, has the same lining as that for the degrees granted by 
examination, and is bordered with dark mauve for the degree of 
Doctor of Laws; vibrant blue for the degree of Doctor of Literature; 
red for the degree of Doctor of Science; orange for the degree of 
Doctor of Engineering, cerise for the degree of Doctor of 
Architecture, and dark cardinal for the degree of Doctor of Fine 
Arts. 

Alumni Park 

Weather permitting, today's Convocation ceremonies are being 
held outdoors in Alumni Park which was dedicated in 1992, at 
the initiative of the Carleton University Alumni Association, to 
commemorate the University's 50th anniversary. The arbour under 
which the Chancellor, the President and Vice-Chancellor, the 
representative of the Board of Governors and the faculty are seated 
is a generous gift from the Association. It provides a permanent 
stage for Carleton's Convocation ceremonies and other events such 
as theatrical productions, concerts, and the like. Future plans for 
the Park include an enhancement of the existing fountain area 
with the construction of a plaza and landscaping to open up views 
to the Rideau River. 

e Presiding Officer of Convocation is the Chancellor 
of the University, Arthur Kroeger, O.C, M.A., LL-D. 

Accompanying him on the podium are Sylvia Gruda, B.A., 
representing the Board of Governors, and Richard J. Van Loon, 
B.Sc, M.A., Ph.D., President and Vice-Chancellor. 

Assisting the Chancellor are: 

Herbert H.J. Nesbitt, MA, Ph.D., Sc.D., D.Sc., F.L.S., F.E.S.C., F.Z.S. 
Professor Emeritus of Biology 
and Marshal of Convocation 

Chong H. Chan, B.S., M.A.Sc, Ph.D., P.Eng. 
Professor of Engineering 
Clerk of Senate 

and Assistant Marshal of Convocation 

Tullio C. Caputo, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology 

and Beadle of Convocation 

Katharine D. Kelly, M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Sociology 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Michael Fox, M.A. 

Associate Professor of Geography 

and Beadle of Convocation 



Claudia Persi Haines, Dott. In L.e.L. 
Associate Professor of Italian 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Timothy A. Pychyl, B.Sc, B.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Also assisting at Convocation: 

Linda Backer 

Assistant Dean/Registrar 

Faculty of Graduate Studies 

Denise McKenna, M.A. 
Assistant Dean/Registrar 
Faculty of Social Sciences 

Carol Corkran 
Kathleen Hickey, B.A. 
Sharon Palmer 

Registrar's Office, Faculty of Graduate Studies 

Marilyn Baird 
Sandra Bauer, B.A. 
Mary Casaubon 
Dina Elatawi, B.A. 
Terrence Odin, M.A. 
Samantha Shorn, B.A. 
Chandra Stratton, B.A. 

Registrarial Services, Faculty of Social Sciences 

Anne-Marie Lepine 
Lisa Papadakis, B.A. 
Norman Smithley 

Office of Admissions (Records and Registration Services) 

Pamela Mallon 

Patrick O'Brien, B.A., D.P.A. 

Gail Stanton 

Office of the President 

Heather Brown, B.A. 
Nanci Jolicoeur 
Tambrae Knapp 
MaryAnne Pomainville 
Janet Weichel McKenzie, B.A. 
Cheryl Wrightsell 
University Communications 

Cathy Pearen 
Senate Office 



Honorary Degree Recipient 




Lawrence R. Klein, 

B.A., Ph.D., MA., LL.D., D.Sc, Dh.c.Sc, D.H.C., 
D.Ed., Hon.Prof., D.Hum.L., D. Litt. 

Lawrence R. Klein, Benjamin Franklin Professor of 
Economics and Finance (Emeritus), University of 
Pennsylvania and Winner of the 1980 Nobel Prize in 
Economic Sciences, will be awarded the degree of Doctor 
of Laws, honoris causa, at the morning ceremony on 
Thursday, June 12, "in recognition of a distinguished 
career as a scholar in the field of macroeconometrics, 
culminating in the award of the Nobel Prize in Economic 
Sciences." 



Order of Proceedings 
Thursday, June 12, 10:00 a.m. 

Chancellor Arthur Kroeger, O.C., MA., LL.D., presiding. 

The audience is requested to stand when the Academic Procession arrives, 
remain standing until 'O Canada 1 has heen sung, and at the conclusion of the ceremony 
to remain until the Academic Procession has left. 

Processional Music 
John Robert Coghill Sr., CD. (bagpipes) 
John Robert Coghill Jr., CD., B.Mus. (bagpipes) 
Garry Matthews, CD. (snare drum) 

O Canada* 
(the audience is invited to sing) 

Welcome by the President and Vice-Chancellor 

Richard J. Van Loon, B.Sc, M.A., Ph.D. 

Conferring of Degrees by Examination 
Warrant 

Chong H. Chan, B.S., M.A.Sc, Ph.D., P.Eng. 
Clerk of Senate 

Introduction of the Medallists 

The Clerk of Senate 

Awarding of the Medals 

G. Stuart Adam, B.J., M.A., Ph.D. 
Vice-President (Academic) 

Conferring of the Degree of Doctor of Laws, 

honoris causa, upon 
Lawrence R. Klein, B.A., Ph.D., M.A., LL.D., D.Sc, Dh.c.Sc, 
D.H.C., D.Ed., Hon.Prof., D.Hum.L., D. Liu. 
(presented by Kanta Marwah, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Economics) 

Convocation Address 
Lawrence R. Klein 

Recessional Music 



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O Canada 



Canada! Our home and native land! 
True patriot love in all thy sons command. 
With glowing hearts we see thee rise, 
The True North strong and free! 
From far and wide, O Canada, 
We stand on guard for thee. 
Godk eep our land glorious and free! 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 



Recipients 
of Degrees 



Doctor of Philosophy Master of Arts 



(presented by Professor Rianne Mahon, 
Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate 
Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



(presented by Professor Rianne Mahon, 
Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate 
Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



* Josee Bergeron 

B.A. (Quebec a Montreal), M.A. (Laval) 
Political Science 

Les frontieres materielles et imaginees 
de l'etat-providence: les politiques 
familiales en France, au Canada et au 
Quebec de 1945 a 1993 
Supervisor: Jane Jenson 

Sandra Leanne Comer 

B.A. (Ottawa), M.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment 
Outcome in Bulimia: The Impact of 
Comorbid Personality Disorders 
Supervisor: Tina Daniels 

* Elliot Alfred Loh 

B.A. (Alberta), M.Sc. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Investigations of the Neural Substrates 
and Behavioural Correlates of 
Reinforcing Substances 
Supervisor: D.C.S. Roberts 

Behnam Behnia 

B.A., M.A. (Rome, Italy) 
Sociology 

Political Repression, Socialization, 
and Frame of Interpretation: 
A Comparative Study of the 
Establishment of a Constitutional 
Regime (1906) and an Islamic Regime 
(1979) in Iran 
Supervisor: A.J. Hunt 

Wendy Larner 

B.Soc.Sci. (Waikato, New Zealand), M.A. 
( Canterbury, New Zealand) 
Sociology 

The 'New Zealand Experiment': 
Towards a Post-structuralist Political 
Economy 

Supervisor: Wallace Clement 



Mario Eduardo Blaser 

Licenciatura (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 
Anthropology 

The Chamacoco Endurance: Global 
Politics in the Local Village (Paraguay 
1890s - 1990s) 

* Sujata Elizabeth Gill 

B.A. (Concordia) 
Anthropology 

Opportunity and Availability: 
Two More Links in Schumann's 
Acculturation Model for Second 
Language Acquisition 

Liam Kilmurray 

B.A. (Western Ontario), B.A. (Carleton) 
Anthropology 

A Social Archaeological Examination 
of Power as Reflected in the Boyne 
Valley Megalithic Passage-graves in 
the Irish Neolithic, 4000 - 2000 
B.C.E. 

* Qiang Li 

B.A. (China), M.A. (Shanghai), M.A. 
(Wilfrid Laurier) 
Anthropology 

Ethnic Identification in The People's 
Republic of China 

* Jennifer Louise Anderson 

B.A. (McMaster) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

Alexander Adam Bod nar 

B.J. (Carleton) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

Wlodek Ciepala 

B.A. (Warsaw, Poland) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

Jane Elizabeth Desbarats 

B.A. (McGill) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 



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king>lcv Bcmpong-Kwakvc 

B.A. (Ghjria) 
Economics 

Marie I ikc Bernard 

B.Soc.Sc. (Ottawa) 
Economics 

Nancy Deborah Ccbryk 

B.A. (Saskatchewan) 
Economics 

Industrial Price Formation and 
Industry Concentration in Canadian 
Manufacturing Industries 

Catherine Joanne Istead 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Economics 

Steven Jensen 

B.A. (Laurentian) 
Economics 

' Nana Akwasi Amankwah 

B.A. (Ghana) 
Geography 

Resurgent Tuberculosis? 

The Case of Post- War Ontario 

Suzanne Michelle Driedger 

B.A. (Winnipeg) 
Geography 

Coping with Multiple Sclerosis: 
Geographic Space as Construct and 
Constraint 

Sandra Maria Fogliani 

B.Ed., B.A. (Pontificia Universidad 
Catolica Del Peru) 
Geography 

Agricultural Potential In The 
Northern Andes, Peru. The Cajamarca 
Integrated Rural Development Project 

William Thomas Leon Hipwell 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Geography 

"They've Got No Stake in Where 
They're At": Radical Ecology, the 
Fourth World and Local Identity in 
the Bella Coola Region 

* Alice Judith Hovorka 

B.A. (Queens) 
Geography 

Searching for an Alternative Discourse 
to 'Development': Women Heads-of- 
Households' Access to Adequate 
Housing in Harare, Zimbabwe 

Jeffrey Myles Hughes 

B.A. (Queen's) 
Geography 

The Social Context of GIS 
Implementation: An Empirical 
Exploration of Factors Affecting Success 



Foong-Peng Leong 

B.Sc. (Hawaii Pacific University) 
(. icography 

Tourism Development in Malaysia: 
The Role or Domestic Tourism in 
National Integration 

Robert Khurana 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Legal Studies 

Racially Representative Juries: 
Empowering People of Colour and 
Local Communities 

Kathrine Lorraine Leafloor 

B.A. (Calgary) 
Legal Studies 

Investigating Gender Bias and 
Sentencing Disparity: a Case Study 
Analysis of the Paul Bernardo - Karla 
Homolka Case 

Meibing Fu 

B.A. (Yunnan, China), M.A. (Peoples 
University of China) 
Political Economy 

Michel Lizee 

B.Sc. (Quebec) 

Political Economy 

Crescendo Bastida Munoz 

B.A. (Universidad Autonoma del Estada de 
Mexico) 

Political Science 

Five Hundred Years of Resistance: 
Self-Determination and Political 
Strategies for Rejuvenation Among 
Indigenous Peoples of Mexico 

David Christopher Jackson Cameron 

B.A. (Dalhousie) 
Political Science 

Philippe Alexandre Dayer 

Licence En Droit (Universite De Fribourg, 
Switzerland) 

Political Science 

Jack Frys 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Narges Arab-Moghaddam 

B.A. (Shiraz, Iran) 
Psychology 

The Concurrent Development of 
Reading and Spelling in Persian and 
English 

* Monique Therese Bussiere 

B.A. (Ottawa) 
Psychology 

Age and Gender Related 
Differences in Childrens' 
Perception of Shyness 



Benjamin Coleman 

B.Sc. (Boise State University) 
Psychology 

Measuring Divided Attention with a 
Dual Task Paradigm: Addressing the 
"Initial Values" Issue 

Dawn Coveyduck 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Investigation of Selected Factors on Job 
Satisfaction Among Telecommuters 

Tommaso D'Ippolito 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Voice Control in a Graphical User 
Interface Environment: 
Human Factors Implications 

Joseph Louis Brant Dube 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Cognitive Novelty and Hemispheric 
Asymmetry: Implications for Lateral 
Transfer of Training in Normals 

* Victor James Gallant 

B.A. (Ottawa) 
Psychology 

Adjustment to Chronic Pain 
and Readiness for Change 

Tracy Hutcheson 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

The Effectiveness of Animation and 
Narration in Computer-Based 
Instruction 

Xinhong Jin 

B.A. (Hangzhou, China) 
Psychology 

Factors Related to the Adherence of 
Non-Asian Canadian Adults in Tai 
Chi Programs 

Stephen Frederick Johnston 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Assessment of Patient Hope as a 
Predictor of Stroke Rehabilitation 
Outcome 

Hongmei Liu 

B.Ed. (Beijing Normal University, China) 
Psychology 

Can Computer Surveys Reduce 
Response Effects? A Cross-Cultural 
Assessment 



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Vanessa Lybanon 
B.A. (Carleton), B.A. (Ottawa) 
Psychology 

Assessing the Impact of a Conflict 
Management Program in its Second 
Year oflmplementation 

* Xiaohui Chen 

B.A. (China) 
Sociology 

Chinese Women in Transitions: 
Western Feminist Perspectives 

Elena-Lina Danileviciute 

B.A. (Vilnius, Lithuania), M.A. (Prague, 
Czech Republic) 
Sociology 

Political Culture in a Post-communist 
Society: A Case of 1994 Lithuania 

* Mary Ellen Donnan 

B.A. (Saskatchewan) 
Sociology 

State Feminism and Representation of 
Non-Geographic Differences: 
A Case Study of the Canadian 
Advisory Council on the Status of 
Women (Child Services 
Recommendations) 

Lara Gail Ferguson 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Sociology 

Deconstructing Fetal Alcohol 
Syndrome: A Critical Inquiry into the 
Discourse Around Alcohol, Women, 
Ethnicity, Aboriginals and Disease 

Lia Gendron 

B.Soc.Sc. (Ottawa) 
Sociology 



Bachelor o f Arts 
(with Honours) 

(presented by Associate Professor 
T.J.Wilk inson, Dean, Faculty of Social 
Sciences) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Reham Onsy Azer Abdelshahid 
Honours in Law 

Daniel Albahary 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Political Science 



Jason Arbuthnot 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Robin Gordon Balma 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Christie-Sarah Banwell 

B.A. (Queen's) 

Honours in Psychology and Sociology 

Jean-Pierre Barrette 

High Honours in Geography 

Athena Basta 

Honours in Law 

Jeremy Daniel Behar 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

Nicole Tanya Elizabeth Beifuss 
Highest Honours in Anthropology 

Diane Marie Bellemore 

Honours in Sociology 

Carolyn Margaret Bellis 

Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Chris Lloyd Benjamin 

Honours in Law and Sociology 

Angelique Colette Benois 

Honours in Psychology 

Karen A. Birch 

High Honours in Psychology and 
Women's Studies 

Randolf Bismonte 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

James G. Bissonnette 

Honours in Geography 

Ashique Raja Biswas 

High Honours in Economics 

Lolita J. P. Bobb 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

Pauline Marguerite Bond 

Honours in Law 

Jason Gordon Bonnar 

Honours in Law 

Stephen Boulet 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Anthropology 

Nita Aida Boushey 

High Honours in Psychology 



Michael Robert Boyce 

High Honours in Political Science 

* Robert Andrew Brooks 

Honours in Law 

Alison E. Brown 

Honours in Law 

Douglas Allan Brown 

Honours in Law 

Concetta Bruno 

Honours in Psychology 

Martina Buchalova 

Highest Honours in Central/East 
European and Russian-Area Studies 

Tracy Buffalo 
Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Derek Benjamin Burger 

Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Dean Edward Campbell 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Tara Anna Campbell 

Honours in Law 

Lesley H. Case 
Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Paul Anthony Champagnie 

High Honours in Geography 

Todd Chretien 

Honours in Anthropology 

Darlene Sheila Clarke 

Honours in Psychology 

Onie J. Leone Cleary 

High Honours in Law and Sociology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Cynthia A. Cline 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

* Allison Clyde 

B.A. (Ottawa) 

High Honours in Psychology 

Matthew Corbett 

High Honours in Economics 



Philip A l oif 

B.A. (Ottawa) 

High Honours in Psychology 

Jamc Kh\ in Coulter 

Bj\. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

John Scott C Wan 

Honours in Law 

Mark Craig Cowderov 

High Honours in Law and Sociology 

Jillian Anne Crabbc 

B.S.Se. (Ottawa) 

Honours in Sociology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Janice Sharon Dahms 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Trudy Joy Davies 
Honours in Law 

Wayne Gordon Deaiy 

Honours in Political Science 

Andrea S. Dear 

Honours in Law 

Tara Christine Devlin 

Honours in Psychology 

Cordon Patrick Dewis 

Honours in Geography 

Lori Joy Dubblestyne 

Honours in Law 

Cathy Dudek 
Honours in Law 

Joel Michael Elash 

Honours in Geography 

Garth Vincent Elliott 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 

Honours in Psychology 

Kellylee AJverna Evans 

Honours in Law 

Mahad Mohamed Farah 

Honours in Economics 

Mark Faul 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Sociology 

Tessa Alexandra Fauquier 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Honours in Biology 

Rae Ann Fera 

Honours in Law 

Jay Adele Fiddler 

High Honours in Sociology and 
Women's Studies 



Salvatore Fiorino 

High Honours in Sociology 

Allison Ann Fisher 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Psychology 

Stephen Sheridan Fitzpatrick 

High Honours in Political Science 

Neil Coleridge Fleming 

Highest Honours in Sociology 

Jamie Thomas G. Fraser 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Carolyn Julia Freeman 

Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Dean D. Gadoury 

Highest Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Sue Ellen Gahagan 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

Geoffrey Gander 

High Honours in Political Science 

Marie-Helene Gavinski 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Marketa Geislerova 

Highest Honours in Central/East 
European and Russian-Area Studies 

Fadia N. Gharib 

High Honours in Political Science 

Jane Edna Gibson 

High Honours in Psychology 

Marcel Girard 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Fabienne Glauser 

High Honours in Political Science 

Charmaine P. Gonsalves 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

* Rachel Gray 

Honours in Law 

Sarah N. Green 

Honours in Law 

Julie Kathryn Greene 

B.S.Sc. (Ottawa) 

Honours in Sociology 

Tamara Greenough 

Honours in Law and Sociology 

Cherri Grills 

B.S.Sc. (Ottawa) 

Honours in Political Science 



Anne Christine Hargrave 

B. A. (Ottawa) 

High Honours in Psychology 

* Lisa Ann Harrison 

B.A. (Queens), CPRM. (McGill) 
Highest Honours in Law 

Mary Dianne Hendrick 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Highest Honours in Sociology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Kerri A. Henry- 
Highest Honours in Geography 

Jeremy Sean Hetherington 

Honours in Economics 

Suzanne M. Hiegel 

Honours in Psychology 

Janet Hong 

Honours in Law 

Edward John Hopkins 

Honours in Political Science 

Tricia Horning 

High Honours in Sociology 
Concentration in Population Studies 

* Anna Louise Hudson 

Honours in Political Science 

Justin Michael Hupet 

High Honours in Economics 

Min Kyu Phillip Hwang 

Honours in Political Science 

Kelly Susan Hyde 

Honours in Psychology 

Donna Jean Jackson 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Luzviminda Ocreto Jacob 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Honours in Economics 

Serguei Jakobson-Obolenski 

Honours in Law 

Leila Jakola 

Honours in Psychology 

Dwayne Edward James 

Honours in Geography 

Pramit William James 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Richard Edward James 

Honours in Economics 



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Janine Louise Jean 

High Honours in Anthropology 

Tom Alexander Jencz 

Honours in Economics 

Glenda Dawn Jennings 

Honours in Law and Psychology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Richard William Johnson 
High Honours in Sociology 

Douglas S. Johnston 

Honours in Law 

Paul Jones 

Honours in Law 

Paivi Kattilakoski 

High Honours in Psychology and 
Sociology 

Trisha Louise Keith 

Highest Honours in Sociology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Blair J. Kelly 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

Lawrence Chinedu Kemdirim 

Honours in Political Science and 
Psychology 

Jeffrey Kerluke 

Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

* Joanna Lynn Kerr 

Honours in Psychology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Shiraj Keshvani 

Honours in Economics 

Danielle A. Keystone 

Honours in Law 

Nazima H. Khan 

Honours in Psychology 

Jacqueline Ann Kielstra 

High Honours in Psychology 

Scott Alexander Kiskis 
Honours in Sociology 

Jason Kotsopoulos 

High Honours in Psychology 

Stephan Lalonde 

Honours in Law and Psychology 

Tyler F. Lang 

Honours in Psychology 

Karen Elizabeth Laprade 

Honours in Psychology 



Cynthia C. Lee 

High Honours in Geography 

Jonathan Michael Lee 

Honours in Psychology 

* Fen Li 

Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Danika Billie Littlechild 

Honours in Political Science 

* Man Ching Frances Lo 

Highest Honours in Operations 
Research 

Colin Douglas Rene Lock 
Honours in Law 

Laura Anne Lockyer 

Honours in Sociology 

Momodou Loum 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

Susan Jennifer Lundie 

Honours in Law 

Backelor of Arts 

(presented by Associate Professor 

T.J. Wilk inson, Dean, Faculty of Social 

Sciences) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



* Abdullahi Yusuf Abdullahi 

Computer Mathematics 

Joseph John Clervaux Abel 

Political Science 

Kirk A. Abercrombie 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Ubah Abdulgani Adan 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Biology 

Negar Afkham-Ebrahimi 

Statistics 

* Adam M. Agulnik 

Law and Women's Studies 

Lubna Akhai 

Law 

Mark Andrew Albas 

Law and Political Science 

* Mohamed Galier Ali 

Economics and Sociology/Anthropology 



Tricia Aneesa Ali 

Political Science 

Travis Jon Allison 

Psychology 
Tammy-Lyn Almost 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Vanessa Catherine Anderson 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Zuberir Ishaq Andreku 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Christopher James Angas 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Kathleen Annis 

Law 

Jeffrey Joseph Ronald Arcand 

Economics 

Ruth Lea Armstrong 

Law 

Doron Aronson 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Karmen Elizabeth Arril 

Psychology 

Carolyn Louise Ashford 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Sarah Jane Ashton 

Psychology 

* Kevin Aspila 

Economics 

* Jean Fernand Aubertin 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Carla Leanne Avery 

Psychology 

Heather Katherine Avery 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Wasan Rabah Azzam 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Computer Mathematics 

Bruce Harlow Bachelder 

Geography and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Shelley Baker 

Sociology/Anthropology and 
Women's Studies 

Tanya Lynn Baker 

Psychology 

* Michael John Barbeau 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 



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Dormice Barber 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Daniel James Bard 

Political Science 

Dehru 1 ouisc Barker 

Psychology 

Hillary Borne) 

Sociologv/Aiuhropology 

" Roger Andrew Barnslcy 

Psychology 

Kelly Bartley 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Graham Bates 

Law and Political Science 

N icole I eanne Bates 

I aw and Psychology 

1 icidi M. Bauer 

Psychology 

Mk hael 1 . Beasley 

Law 

Alan Thomas Becke 

Law 

Timothy John Beckett 

Geography 

Jeremy Ryan Beirnes 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Daniel L. Belanger 

Law 

James Belanger 

Law 

Andrew Jon Bell 

Economics 

Darren Andrew Bell 

Geography 

Amanda Karen Belland 

Psychology 

* Joy Julianna Bellefontaine 

Pol it ical Science 

Robert James Bennett 

Law 

Catherine Ann Benson 

Sociology/Anthropology 

"Pari H. Bhatia 

Economics 

Alison Theresa Biggs 

Sociology/ Anthropology 



Karen Biggs 
1 aw 

* Craig Francis Billo 

Law 

*LolitaJ. P. Bobb 

Law and Political Science 

Matthew Justin Bogart 

Political Science 

Stephanie Leigh Boileau 

Law 

Debra Bolger-Ingimundson 

Psychology 
with distinction 

Sulaina Abwoli Bonabana 

Law 

Samantha Kathleen Booth 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Laura Ann Borgo 

Psychology 

Maureen Bormann 

Psychology 

Dexter W. Bothwell 

Psychology 

* Mark Bourck 

Psychology 

Caroline Boushey 

Psychology 

Tracy Elaine Bowes 

Psychology 

Karen Alana Brackley 

Political Science 

Dana Janet Brady 

Psychology 

* Jennifer Diane Braley 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

* Sean Brennan 

Psychology 

Tim Brennan 

Economics 

Jamieson S. Brigden 

Law 

Michelle Briones 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Judith Kathleen Brooks 

Psychology 

Janice Andrea Brown 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Kevin James Brown 

Economics 



Tanya Marian n Bruce 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Jennifer Brunet 

Psychology 

* Lorina Dale Buck 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Krista Lynn Bugatsch 

Psychology 

Lisa Burry 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

* Dean Butler 

Law 

Ryan James Butt 

B.P.A. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Craig A. Byrd 

Political Science 

* Pauline Diane Byrne 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Julie Anne Caldwell 

Law 

Justin David Cameron 

Law 

* Michael Robert Campbell 

Economics and Psychology 

Michelle Campbell 

Psychology 

Paul John Cannon 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

David Jay Caplan 

Psychology 

Richard Frank Caputo 

Law 

Kelly Anne Carpenter 

Geography and Psychology 

Nicola Jane Carpenter 

Economics 

Jeff D. Carruthers 

Political Science 

* David Richard Graham Casselman 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

William James Douglas Cathcart 

Geography 

Rupa Chakraborty 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Frida Chalhoub 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Hiu-Chee Rhea Chan 

Economics 



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* Jennifer Yan Chan 

Economics 

* Lak-Wing Chan 

Economics 
Andrea Lynn Chapman 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Jeffrey Patrick Charbonneau 

Psychology 

Kwok Ying Andy Chau 

Economics 

John W. Cheechoo 

Political Science 

*YuYanYond Cheng 

Economics 

Ming Shan Cheuk 

Economics 

Casey Cheung 
Economics 

Debbie W. H. Cheung 

Psychology and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Jo Jo Pak-Yan Cheung 

Economics and Psychology 

Pak Kin Patrick Cheung 

Economics 

Percy Cheung 

Psychology 

Kwok Wai Godwin Choy 

Economics 

KaWing Chu 

Economics 

* Carolyn Andrea Chung 

Psychology 

Gary Thomas Church 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Stephen Robert Clark 

Political Science 

Kathleen Anne Clarkin 

Economics 

Tanya Clegg 

Biology 

* Hershey Cleofas 

Economics 

* Catherine Elizabeth Clunie 

Economics 

* Gregory James Clunie 

Economics 

Nathalie C. Coattrenec 
Law 

Melissa Jane Coghlan 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 



Ralston Neil Cole 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Richard Samuel Coleman 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Michele Ann Collett 

Psychology 

Nancy Lynn Collins 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Sheri Collver 

Law and Psychology 

Kimberly Lee Conroy 

Law 

Sean Thomas Convey 
Sociology/Anthropology 

Michael Coteau 

Political Science 

Lisa Karen Couch 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Michael Wayne Critchley 

Geography and Political Science 

Shawn Robert Croisier 

Geography 

Pierre Robert Cronier 

C.L.E.S. (Carleton) 
Law 

Marissa Eileen Croteau 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Stephen C. Croucher 

Geography 

Bertha M. O. Cummins 

Political Science 

Karen A. Cunliffe 

Law 

Carya Cunningham 

Psychology 

Elizabeth Mary Curtis 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Jason Johnathon Cusick 

Psychology 

* Sean Christopher D'Amico 

Geography 

David B. D'Angelo 

Law 

Heather Louise Dahms 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Jean-Claude Daigle 

Political Science 

Genevieve Darcey 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Kerry Michele Darke 

Psychology 



Elsy David 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Jennifer Davidson 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Christine Dawood 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Shawn C. Dawson 

Economics 

Natalie Annette Day 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Ryan DeBruyne 

Law 

Olivier Delahousse 

Law 

Marie Kim Carole Deschenes 

Geography 

Julie Desormeaux 

Political Science 

* Kelly Devitt 

Political Science 

Mark Dewald 

Political Science 

Balwant Singh Dhillon 

B.P.Ed. (Ottawa) 
Law 

Melisa Diamantini 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 

Gennaro DiRienzo 

Economics 

Tara Dobec 

Law 

Karen Kelly Dolan 

Psychology 

* Peter Oliver Dorn 

Political Science 

James Dowd 

Psychology 

Lisa Dawn Downs 

Psychology 

Kevin Doyle 

Geography and Political Science 

Philip Benoit Dubuc 

Political Science 

Catherine C. Ducasse 
Sociology/Anthropology 

Stacey Dudman 
Psychology 

* Donald Robert Duff 

Economics and Political Science 



lulicite Marie DufftU 

Psychology 

Christopher I cc Dugal 

Law 

1 ori Dunbar 

Psychology 

C \ nthia M . Duncan 

Psychology' 

|amcs Robert Dunlevie 

Psychology 

* Ryan B. Dunlop 

Economics 

" katherine Dunn 

Law 

Blake Dunnett 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Joanne Nancy Dunnigan 

Geography 

( h.irlene Patricia Dunstan 

Psychology 

Kristi-Anne Durant 

Law 

Kolette Andrea Easy 
Law 

R. Daryl Easy 

Psychology 

Tammy L. Eaton 

Psychology 

Irevor Edwards 

Law 

Leanne Angela Everson 

Psychology 

Virginia Sarah Fairbank 

Law and Psychology 

" Julie Ann Fairbarn 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Bonny Gail Fairweather 

Psychology 

Sau Lai Fan 

Economics 

Sean Creighton Farrell 

Law 

Lisa Suzanne Fedoruk 

Economics 

Jennifer L. Ferguson 

Psychology 

Normando Ermida Ferreira 

Law 

Rose-Anne Ferrigan 

Law 



* Li am Finney 

Psychology 

Laura Jane Firerobin 

Geography 

Elsa Paloma Flamenco 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Shannon P. Foley 

Economics 

Elaine Faith Fong 

Psychology 

* Andre Fortier 

Economics 

Jason Fournier 

Geography 

Daniele N. M. Frate 

Law 

Philippe Frechette 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Heather Anne Froats 

Psychology 
with distinction 

Claudia Rose-Marie Fuller 

Psychology 

Deanna Furniotis 

Psychology 

* Theresa Danielle Gainsbrook 

Psychology 

Katherine Ann Galbraith 

Psychology 

Huey Jyr Gan 

Computer Mathematics 

Cynthia Gareau 

Political Science 

Karen Diana Garvey 

Psychology 

Marene Gatali 

Biology and Psychology 

Louis Albert Gauvin 

Political Science 

Steve J. W. Geisel 
Psychology 

Ashagrie Y. Getahun 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Lori Gibbons 

Political Science 



Lisa Katherine Gibson 

Sociology/ Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology 
Criminal Justice 

Tiffany Lee Gilbert 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

* Tim Gilmour 

Geography 

Rebecca Godfrey 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Charles D. Gonsalves 

Psychology 

David Matthew Goode 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Pankaj Gopal 

Computer Mathematics 

* Harold R. Gorham 

Political Science 

* Alexander Gorinsky 

Law 

Kelly A. Graham 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Maria Teresa Granieri 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

R. Jason Greer 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

David Bradley Griffiths 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

* Christopher James Groves 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Lynne J. Guerin 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Cara Hackbart 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

* Patrick Clark Hackett 

Law and Psychology 

* Wendy Lea Hagan 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Alma Marguerite Haggart 

B.Th.(Civil) (St. Paul) 
Psychology 

Anthony Gerard Hahn 

Political Science 

Arlene Antoinette Hall 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Kirsten Leigh Hall 

Political Science 

Lisa D. Hall 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Tisha Ann Ham id 

Psychology 



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* Lee Hamilton 

Political Science 

Lynn Rosa Hammond 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Lauren M. Harding 

Political Science 

* Pamela Marie Harrison 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Peter J. Harrison 

Psychology 

Graham Paul Harvey 

B.A., M.S.W. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

David William John Haughton 

Law 

Danann G. Hawes 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 
with distinction 

Deborah Naoko Hayashi 

Psychology 

Nancy Jane Hayley 

Geography 
with distinction 

Robert Heagle 

Law 

Mony Heang 

Psychology 

Nancie-Anne Heaphy 

B. A. (Carleton) 

Psychology 

Cynthia Eileen Hearder 

Geography 

T. Matthew Hearn 

Economics 

Paul Joseph Hebert 

C. P.S.S. (Carleton) 

Law and Political Science 

Shane William Heffron 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Erin Hender 

Political Science 

Sophie Patricia Herdsman 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Jason Andrew Hill 

Psychology 

Thomas Chadwick Hitchins 

Law and Psychology 



Alan Wai Lun Ho 

Economics 

* Maria Bernadette Ho 

Statistics 

Pik Yan Nicky Ho 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Geography 

* Karen V. Hodge 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Mark Christopher Hodges 

Psychology 

Teri Lyne Horsman 

Psychology 

Stephanie Ann Howard 

Psychology 

Paul Robert Hume 

Law 

Jason Patrick Humphries 

Sociology/ Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Hadi Husani 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Aneil Raffeek Hussein 

Political Science and Psychology 

Sandor Laszlo Illes 

Law 

Mark Ingram 

Political Science 

* Edward Chao Hua Ip 

Economics and Psychology 

* Angela Bonita Irvine 

Psychology 

Virginia Ugo Ismaila 

Political Science 

Brian W. Jackett 

Computer Mathematics 

Micheal G. Jackson 

Economics 

Karen Rita James 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

* Paul David Jandavs 

Economics 

Jennifer Jean Jeffrey 

Psychology 

Heather Margaret Jenkins 

Political Science 

Wokie Jenkins 

Sociology/Anthropology 

* Kristin L. Jennings 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 



Matthew Johncox 

Geography 

Scott P. Johnson 

Law and Psychology 

Murray Johnston 

Biology 

Robert Wesley Johnston 

Geography and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Vanessa Lynn Jolley 

Geography 

Joanna C. Jones 

Psychology 

Susan Denise Jones 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Tracey Eugenia Jones 

B.A. (Cape Breton) 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Andrew Nicholas Jordan 

Political Science 

Catherine Jordan 

Psychology 

Amy Elizabeth Judson 

Law 

* Aaron J. Kallio 

Geography 

Shamir Amin Kanji 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Barry Philip Kelly 

Psychology 

Wendy Ann Kelly 

Economics 

* Allison Kendall 

Psychology 

Jeannette C. Kennedy 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Michelle Lee Kerr 

Mathematics 

* Robin George Kerr 

Economics 

Naqeeb Khan 

Psychology 

Nazema Khan 

Political Science 

Narena Jasbir Khemlall 

Law 

Edward Khitab 

Political Science 

Edgar Paul Kieser 

Law 



laimm kilmartin 

Sociology / A n t h tO pology 

Annette MkIuUc King 

La\s and Sociology/Anthropology 

Neil (.'. kingnu 
Law 

Naiu\ Kinosh.uncg 

Political Science 

Melanie Kingman 

Political Science and Psychology 

Kimbcrly Elizabeth Knechtel 

Psychology' 

la nia Kathleen Knott 

So>. io!og\ \nthropology 

Simon Ko 

v ieography 

Naomi Susan Kojokaro 

Sociology/Anthropology 

San Yuk Mandy Kok 

Economics and Mathematics 

Laura Nadean Kovacic 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Priscilla Louise Kovacs 

Psychology 

Harold J. Krake 

Psychology 

Marilee Krinsky 

Psychology 

Bernd Kuhlkamp 

Political Science 

Ann-Marie Kuiack 

Psychology 

Alicia KwaczaJa 

Psychology 

' Dana Laurie LaBrash 

Psychology and Women's Studies 

James LaBrash 

Economics 

Patricia Anne Margret Lackie 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Gavin K. R. Laird 

Law 

with distinction 

Nadim Lakhani 

B.A. (CarUton) 
Psychology 

Susan J. Lambert 

B.Sc. (CarUton) 
Psychology 



* Peter John Lamey 

Political Science 

Andrea Last 

Law 

Joanna Lau 

Economics 

Carrie Lyse Lauder 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Allain Rene Victor Lauzon 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Derek Wayne Lawrence 

Political Science 

Michael Garth Ledgister 

Psychology 

Marie Lucie Darquise Leduc 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Andrew Lee 

Law 

Chi Hoon Mike Lee 

Psychology 

Eric Lee 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Lloyd Robert E. Lee 

Law 

Robert Walter Lee 

Political Science 

You Jin Lee 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Greg Leja 

Political Science 

Jennifer T. Lenardon 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Kwok Hung Cynthia Leung 

Economics 

Christopher W. Levesque 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Naomi Daiia Levitin 

Psychology 

* Hon- Wan Andrew Li 

Economics 

Cheryl Anne Liivoja 

Psychology 

Mark Hart Lizar 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Jason Stuart Llewellyn 

Geography 



Jennifer Marie Lloyd 

Psychology 

Sabine Lise Lloyd 

Psychology 

Margaret Lockwood 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Law 

Jose Joao Louro 

Political Science 

* Stephen John Love 

Law 

Chadwick Low 

Political Science 

Ka Lok Lui 

Economics 

John Richard Lusby 

Political Science 

Bonnie L. Lynch 

Psychology 



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/ 007 Founders Award Recipient 

CMf<D 




Claude A. Edwards, O.C. 

Claude A. Edwards, former Chair of the Carleton 
University Board of Governors, will be presented with 
the 1997 Founders Award at the afternoon ceremony on 
Thursday, June 12, "in recognition of his outstanding 
contribution to the advancement of Carleton University 
through his dedication, generosity, and commitment to 
the values of the University." The Founders Award is 
given annually, when merited, and is the highest non- 
academic award offered by Carleton University. 



Honorary Degree Recipient 

- 




Graham Westbrook Rowley, 

CM., B.A., M.A., LL.D., M.B.E. 

Graham Westbrook Rowley, Arctic explorer, archaeologist, 
and public servant, will be awarded the degree of Doctor of 
Laws, honoris causa, at the afternoon ceremony on Thursday, 
June 1 2, "in recognition of a distinguished contribution to 
the exploration of the north and leadership in co-ordinating 
the Northern and Native Studies Program in the School of 
Canadian Studies, Carleton University." 



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Order of Proceedings 
Thursday June 12, 2:00 p.m. 

Chancellor Arthur Kroeger, O.C., MA, LL.D., presiding. 

e audience is requested to stand when the Academic Procession arrives, 
remain standing until 'O Canada' lias heen sung, and at the conclusion of the ceremony 
to remain until the Academic Procession has left. 

Processional Music 
John Robert Coghill Sr., CD. (bagpipes) 
John Robert Coghill Jr., CD., B.Mus. (bagpipes) 
Garry Matthews, CD. (snare drum) 

O Canada* 
(the audience is invited to sing) 

Welcome by the President and Vice-Chancellor 

Richard J. Van Loon, B.Sc, M.A., Ph.D. 

Conferring of Degrees by Examination 
Warrant 

Chong H. Chan, B.S., M.A.Sc, Ph.D., PEng. 
Clerk of Senate 

Introduction of the Medallists 

The Clerk of Senate 

Awarding of the Medals 

G. Stuart Adam, B.J., M.A., Ph.D. 
Vice-President (Academic) 

Conferring of the 1997 Founders Award upon 

Claude A. Edwards, O.C 
(presented by Michael Makin, B.J., 
President, Carleton University Alumni Association) 

Conferring of the Degree of Doctor of Laws, 
honoris causa, upon 
Graham Westbrook Rowley, 
CM., B.A., M.A., LL.D., M.B.E. 
(presented by Richard T. Clippingdale, M.A., Ph.D., 
Adjunct Research Professor of History and Fellow of the School of Canadian Studies) 

Convocation Address 

Graham Westbrook Rowley 

Recessional Music 



* see next page for words 



O Canada 



O Canada! Our home and native land! 
True patriot Jove in all thy sons commanc 
With glowing hearts we see thee rise, 
The True North strong and free! 
From far and wide, O Canada, 
We stand on guard for thee. 
Godk eep our land glorious and free! 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 



Recipients 
of Degrees 



Doctor of Pkilosopky Master of Arts 



(presented by Professor Rianne Mahon, 
Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate 
Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



(presented by Professor Rianne Mahon, 
Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate 
Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Marvin E. Taylor-Dormond 

B.A. (Costa Rica), M.A. (Carleton) 
Economics 

Income Redistribution Through 
the Fiscal System: A Study on the 
Incidence of Taxes and Public 
Expenditures in Costa Rica 
Supervisor: W. Irwin Gillespie 

* Nancy J. Mclntyre 

B.A., M.A. (Carleton), B.A. (Carroll 
College, Wisconsin) 
Psychology 

The Visual Recognition Memory 
Battery: Test Development, 
Psychometric Evidence and Normative 
Data 

Supervisor: Tom Tombaugh 

* Patricia Anne O'Hara 

B.A., M.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Interactive Computer Animation Pain 
Assessment: Application with Older 
Patients in a Chronic Care and 
Rehabilitation Hospital 
Supervisor: Daniel Harper 

* Laura Marie Rees 

B.A. (Victoria), M.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

The Test of Memory Malingering: 
Simulation Studies and Clinical 
Validation 

Supervisor: Tom Tombaugh 

Thomas Richard Poetschke 

B.A., M.A. (Alberta) 
Sociology 

Regulating Fishers: A Case Study of 

Non-Compliance 

Supervisor: Dennis Forcese 

* Mark Douglas Totten 

B.A. (Queen's), M.S.W. (Carleton) 
Sociology 

Power for the Powerless: Girlfriend 
Abuse by Marginal Male Youth 
Supervisor: Florence Kellner 



Kimberly Ann Newman 

B.A. (Mount Allison) 
Anthropology 

Social Archaeology, Social Relations 
and Archeological Materials: Social 
Power as Depicted in the Wall Art in 
the Tombs of the Pharaoh's Tomb- 
Builders, Deir el-Medina, Egypt, 
XVIII-XX Dynasties 

Judith B. Peralta 

B.A. (Lethbridge) 
Anthropology 

The Kurds in Diaspora: A Question of 
Ethnic Identity 

* Lisa J. Semenoff 

B.A. (Waterloo) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

The Women's Movement and the 
Responses to Violence Against Women 
in the USSR and Post-Soviet Russia 

Ramine Virginia Susanne Shaw 

B.A. (Queen's) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

Darek Marek Urbaniak 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

Alexander Vincic 

B.A. (Toronto) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

* Peter Daniel Waisberg 

B.A. (McGill) 

Central/East European and Russian- 
Area Studies 

Redefining Russian: Identity, Dual 
Citizenship, and the Politics of Post- 
Soviet Russian Citizenship 

Janusz Ryszard Zieminski 

B.A. (Alberta) 

Central/Fast I.tnopcan and Russian- 
Area Studies 



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Peter Da\id Spencer Morrison 

B.Sc. (Stanford). Ph.D. (British Columbia) 
Economics 

' Otgj Pere/ Soto 

Licenciado (Havana, Cuba) 
Economics 

Bei I ing Van 

Bji. (Sttzhou, China), M.B.A. (Ottawa) 
Economics 

ASilit.it.ih Mohamed Vusstif 

:< •' s \'.::-.o'ul I nt versify), M.A. 
( Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands) 
Economics 

K (. clcstc Wincapaw 

:< ! U :>, o'isi'i. F.au ( 'Lire) 
( leography 

One Line Flirts and Passionate 
Debates: On-line Spaces and Identities 
as Observed in Lesbian and Bisexual 
Women's Internet Mailing Lists 

Cathy Ann Plewes 

BA. (Queen's) 
Legal Studies 

First Nations, the Church, State and 
Image: Policy and Ideals Reflected in 
the Indian Act of 1876 

Robert Joseph Nugent 

B.A. (Dalhousie) 
Political Economy 

David Tiley 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Political Economy 

Post-Fordist 'Ideal Type'? - The Labour 
Process in the Japanese Manufacturing 
Sector, 1967-1990 

Heather Dawn Macquarrie 

B.A. (Carleton), B.A. (Dalhousie) 
Political Science 

Roly Joseph Roy 

B.A., M.A. (Ottawa) 
Political Science 
High-Tech Employment in the 
Ottawa-Carleton Region: Too 
Many Jobs and Not Enough People 

* Susan B. Spence 

B.A. (Manitoba) 
Political Science 

The Chilean Transition to Democracy 
and the Demobilization and Exclusion 
of the Popular Sectors 

Zoltan Toth 

B.A. ( College for Foreign Trade, Hungary) 
Political Science 



Marilyn Lauren Stratton-Zimmer 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Waiting in Vain for College 
Admission: Experience and 
Effects 

* Elizabeth Francka Vorobej 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Emmulating the Thin Ideal: 
The Impact of the "Beauty Backlash" 
on Women's Perceptions of Control 
and Self- Worth 

Backelor of Arts 
(witk Honours) 

(presented by Associate Professor 

inson, Dean, Faculty of Social 
Sciences) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Isabel Marie Mackay 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Paul David Macneil 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

* Scott James M ac Phail 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Erin MacRae 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Anthropology 

Kelsey Evelyn Elizabeth MacTavish 

High Honours in Law and Political 

Science 

Giuseppe Settimio Magli 

Honours in Sociology 

Stephanie Rose Marie Malcolm 

Honours in Law 

Andrew Manera 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Law 

Spencer Marginson 
High Honours in Law 

Paul Marriott Lloyd 

Honours in Political Science 



Erin Ann Dawn Martin 

High Honours in Law 

Lianne Rose M'Aughey 
Honours in Law 

Richard William McConnell 

Highest Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Roisin Jane M c Cormick 
High Honours in Law 

* Lorrie Ann McDermid 

Honours in Law and Sociology 

Mark M'Donald 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Anthropology 

Kelley Elaine M'Farlane 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Anthropology 

* Mary Kathleen M'Garrity 

Honours in Sociology 

Kristine Elizabeth M c Gillivray 

Honours in Psychology 

David Liston M'llhagga 

Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Jenny Catherine M c Knight 

Highest Honours in Law and 
Psychology 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Mehul Mehta 

Honours in Economics 

Isabella Rosa Mentina 

Honours in Law and Sociology 

John Patrick Mercuri 

Honours in Geography 

Karen Dawn Miller 

High Honours in Law 

Catherine Mills 

High Honours in Psychology 

Erin Kathleen Mills 

Honours in Sociology 

* Jo P. Minnie 

High Honours in Sociology 

Jennifer Lynn Misner 

Honours in Law 

Tracey Mitchelmore 

Honours in Political Science 



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Roberto Molina 

Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Rosalee Morra 

Honours in Sociology and Women's 
Studies 

Megan Elizabeth Murphy 
High Honours in Geography 
Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

Lil-Marie S. Myers 

Honours in Psychology 

Lori Catherine Nevin 

High Honours in Psychology and 
Sociology 

John T. Nicholls 

C.PS.S., B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Political Science 

Bonnie O'Neil-Small 

Honours in Sociology 

Patricia Anne O'Sullivan 

Honours in Law 

* Naoki Ogasawara 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Honours in Economics 

* Beatriz Oliver 

Highest Honours in Anthropology 

Yan-Ling Katherine Pang 

Honours in Psychology 

Gwyneth Esther Myfanwy Parry 
High Honours in Anthropology 

Kim K Petersen 

High Honours in Political Science 

Richard Pleau 

Honours in Law 

Timothy Gerald Porter 

Honours in Political Science 

Andrew D. Powell 

Honours in Law 

Paula Pregent 

Honours in Law 

Tracey M. Prentice 

B.S.Sc. (Ottawa) 

Highest Honours in Anthropology 

Llewellyn Priestley 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Honours in Anthropology 

Wanda Lynn Prince 
Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 



Stephanie Proctor 

Honours in Sociology 

Jennifer Elizabeth Quin 

High Honours in Law 

Stacy Angel Radmore 

Honours in Law 

* Darlene Jean Ralf 

Honours in Law and Sociology 

* James Richard Reddin 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

* Shawn A. Reed 

Honours in Biology 

Pamela Arlene Marie Reid 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Heather E. Richardson 

Highest Honours in Law 

Timothy Michael Riordan 

Highest Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Julie Rodger 

Honours in Sociology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Frances Lorraine Roung 

Honours in Law 

Taunia Sabiston 

Honours in Psychology 

Matthew Peter Sammon 

Highest Honours in Political Science 

* Tara Angela Scheurwater 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Political Science 

David Jeremy Schilling 

Honours in Law 

Tracy Schlachta 

Highest Honours in Law and 
Psychology 

* Vicki C. Schouten 

High Honours in Political Science 

Julie Kim Slater 

Honours in Psychology 

Andrew John Slipchenko 

Honours in Psychology and Sociology 

* John Graham Smarzik 

High Honours in Law and Political 

Science 

Glen Andrew Smith 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Henry Scott Smith 

Honours in Political Science 



Tricia Margret Smith 

Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Dagmar Soennecken 

Highest Honours in Law and Political 
Science 

Shane Spice 

Honours in Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

* Marnie Stein 

Honours in Law 

Richard Andrew Stephens 

Highest Honours in Political Science 

John Bromley Stewart 

High Honours in Political Science 

Dana Lynne Stimpson 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Martina Svoboda 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Kathleen Holly Szirtes 
Honours in Law 

Chung Yin Tarn 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Honours in Economics 

* Warren Thody 

Honours in Law 

Carolyn Ruth Thompson 

Honours in Psychology 

Wilson Scott Thurlow 

Highest Honours in Political Science 

Elizabeth Ann Trick 

B.A., B.Sc. (Ottawa) 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Neil Patrick Tubb 

Honours in Political Science 

Erin Turner 

High Honours in Geography 

Clinton M. Twolan 

Honours in Psychology and Sociology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

K Mikael Uggeldahl 

Honours in Political Science 

Antonietta Lina Vincelli 

B.A. (Carleton) 

High Honours in Law 

Tara Wagg 

Honours in Psychology 



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Una Donn W allin 

Honours in Psychology 

Ahmed \\'jr>ainc 

Honours in Political Science 

\ inrv>j 1 ori Watt 

Honours in Law 

Neil Thomas Weathcrdon 

High Honours in Geography 

Eric W elch 

Highest Honours in Anthropology 

Karen Mary Wcldrick 

Honours in Law and Political Science 

Robert Gordon White 

Honours in Psychology 

' Daniel David Wood 

Honours in Law 

Goncentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Howard Anthony Wright 

High Honours in Law 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Lorraine Marie Yeung 

Highest Honours in Psychology 

Bachelor of Arts 

(presented by Associate Professor 
T.J.Wilk inson, Dean, Faculty of Social 
Sciences) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Annmarie MacaJuso 

Psychology 

Jason M^Dermid 

Psychology 

Carrie MacDonaJd 

Law 

Christine Ann M lc DonaJd 

Law and Psychology 

Jamieson L. MacDonaJd 

Law 

Marie Yvette MacDonaJd 

Psychology 

Ryan Peter MacDonaJd 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Eva Mackaroon 

Law 



Kenneth lan George Mackenzie 

Political Science 

Rosemary Christine MacLellan 

Law and Political Science 

* Lynn MacMillan 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Julie Denise MacNeil 
Political Science 

Keith Douglas Macpherson 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Suzanne Jane Margetts 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Ken N. Margison 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Tony Ante Marincic 

Geography 

Catherine Markadonis 

Law 

Shamini Markandu 

Mathematics 

Brendan William Marsden 

Economics 

* Brian Alexander Martin 

Psychology 

Julia C. Martin 

Psychology 

Andrew Mathers 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Christopher David Matolcsy 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Rhonda Matthews 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Charlene Mae Mc Donnell 

Political Science 

Paul Bernard M c Aneney 

Political Science and Psychology 

James Dewar McBride 

Economics 

Shelley M'Bride 

Psychology 

Gregory Allan McCambley 

Psychology 

Krista M'Cambridge 

Economics 

Stuart Thomas M c Cubbin 

Psychology 

Jada F. M c Cullough 

Psychology 



Tania J. M c DonaJd 

Geography 

* Jennifer Ann McGaw 

Law 

David M'Gillivray 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Linda M. M c Gowan 
Biology 

Malcolm Hugh M'Gregor 

Political Science 

Christopher M c Guire 

Psychology 

Alexander James McKinnon 

Law 

Darlene Dianne M c Laren 

Psychology 

Jennifer Anne McLaughlin 

Political Science 

Charles Alexander M c Mullen 

Geography 

Colin Charles M c Rae 

Sociology/Anthropology 

* Linda McRae 

Political Science 

Andrea Medved 

Psychology 

Jodi Lee Mellor 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Nicole Merkley 

Geography 

Robert William Mesher 

Psychology 

John Hugh McGillis Meyer 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Meaghan L. Millen 

Law 

Darlene Miller 

Law 

Lisa Anne Miller 

Psychology 

LoAnn Cherie Miller 

Biology 

Sharon Modeste 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Christine Mohan 

Law 

Nigel Anthony Francis Moorcroft 

Political Science 

Cindy Lynn Moorehead 

Law 



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Stephen Morrier 

Geography 

Troy Denis Morris 

Law and Political Science 

Jeffrey Michael Moyer 
Geography 

Sarah Marie Muldoon 

Law 

* Terry Mulligan 

Psychology 

Brian A. Mullin 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Christopher James Patrick Mulrooney 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Carole Najem 

Psychology 

Douglas B. Nathanson 

Political Science 
with distinction 

Randolph Earl James Nelson 
Law 

Nicholas Mark Nemer 
Law 

Suzanne Nicole Nevile 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Brent Douglas Newburg 
Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

* Hwe Cheng Ng 

Economics 

Ming Ping Ng 

Economics 

* Loan Nguyen 

Computer Mathematics 

Thi Trang Dai Nguyen 
Law 

Giuseppina M. Nicastro 

Law and Psychology 

Richard James Nimmo 
Law 

Erin Nolan 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Erika Emma Novak 
Psychology 

Karolina Nowakowski 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Christina Margareta Nyren Caap 
Psychology 

Kristi Lyn O'Brien 
Political Science 



Timothy James O'Loan 

Political Science 

D. C. Ross O'Rourke 

Geography and Political Science 

Arnold Obas 

Psychology 

John Joseph Ocquaye 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Shizuho Okada 

B.L. (Hitotsubashi) 
Political Science 

Oleg Oks 

Law 

Sam Olschewski 

Psychology 

* Findley Adrian Organ 

Geography 

Cameron Albert Orovan 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Mary Tania Ovens 

Psychology 

Jason Graeme Oxby 

Law 

Rosa Pace 

Political Science 

Kishma Shamara Pacquette 

Psychology 

Josee Nadine Paquette 

Psychology 

Steve Jae-Sung Park 

Law and Psychology 

Deepika Patel 

Economics 

Ellyssa D. Paterson 

Psychology 

Ferdinand Don Pedro Payne 
Law 

Shelly Lynn Payne 

Law and Psychology 

Jo-Anne Danielia Hen-Rita Pearce 

Economics 

Cindy Peever 

Psychology and Sociology/Anthropology 

* Robert Douglas Percival 

Economics 

Gina Pereira 

Psychology 

Christopher Andrew Perrotta 

Psychology 



Sherri Anne Petherick 

Law and Psychology 

Gail Vilna Philip 

Law and Political Science 

Kimberly Phillips 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Susan Phypers 

Political Science 

Adelaide Natalie Yolande Pinder 

Law 

Lorraine Sylvia Plouffe 

Geography 

Wojciech Podsadowski 

Economics 

Joel P. C. Poissant 

Geography and Political Science 

Davor Polak 

Economics 

Edwin Ka Ho Pong 

Economics 

Stephanie Jane Pound 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Lee Powell 

Political Science 

Jennifer Marie Presse 

B. A. (Carleton) 

Law 

Kelly M. Pringle 

Law 

Anthony D. Prosia 

C. L.E.S. (Carleton) 

Law and Political Science 

James Provost 
Law 

Joshua R. Pulfer 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Vanessa Lea Quinn 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Brigitte Quirion Cole 

Law 

Tanya Dawn Rafuse 

Psychology 
with distinction 

* David Rakobowchuk 

Law 

* Devika Rani Ramsaran 

Law and Political Science 

Michael Jude Rashotte 

Economics 



I \ 1c Ann Rattny 

Psychology 

Rui Rav 

Political Science 

\m\ 1 aura Reid 

Soc io logy / An t h ro pologv .1 nd 
Women's Studies 

Sallv Roma Rcid 

Psychology 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Clinton Richards 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Kevin Riley 

Geography 

Christopher David Risto 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 

Barbara I I Ian Rivcst 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Diana Rizzuto 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Stephen Douglas Robbins 

Geography 

Michael Scott Robblee 

Economics 

Cynthia Marie Roberts 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Heidi J. Roberts 

Law and Psychology 

Erin E Robertson 

Psychology 

" Gregory T. Robertson 

Geography and Psychology 

Sandra Christine Rocha 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Mary AJissa Rodrigue 

Economics 

Cathy Romanko 

Law 

Rita Roncato 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Law 

Kimberly Roper 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Christy Kathleen Rose 

Law and Political Science 

Sean Gregory Ross 

Economics 



Genevieve Roy 

Psychology 

Steve Patrick Roy 
Psychology 

Nancy Elaine Royer 

Law and Psychology 

Victoria Lyn Royer 

B. A. (Carleton) 
Sociology/Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Brenda Gale Ruddick 

Psychology 

Samar Saeed 

Economics 

* Maymuna Salax 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Graham Sales 

C. PS.S. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Brian Roy Salmon 

Psychology 
with distinction 
(posthumous) 

Nerissa Samuel 

C.PS.S. (Carleton) 
Political Science 

Ingrid Roswitha Sarfeld 

Psychology 

* Christopher Paul Sargent 

Biology 

Lee A. Saunders 

Law and Psychology 

Lori May Saunders 

Economics and Law 

* Jason Frederick Savory 

Law 

Sean David Scammell 

Geography 

Jennifer Elaine Schmidt 

Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 

Christine Schmitz 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Timothy Drew Schonberg 

Psychology 

Tina Marie Schraenkler 

Psychology 

* Jacqueline Schryer 

Psychology 

Tammy Schumacher 

Sociology/ Anthropology 



Kwame Kevin Seale 

Geography 

Linda Rosanne Searson 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

Catherine M. S. Seed 
Geography 

Robyn A. Segal 

Law 

Kimberly Anne Seguin 

Psychology 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Ahamed Fazayill Shaideen 

Economics 

Andrew Alexander Shepherd 

Psychology 

Kimberly Shepherd 

Psychology 

* Robert David Sherman 

Geography 

Angela Suzanna Mae Shipman 

Psychology 

Elizabeth Silva 

Psychology 

Robert D. Simon 

Law 

Candace M. Simpson 

Law 

Sonia Singh 

Psychology 

Shadyameerra Sitsabaiesan 

Economics 

Irene Situ 

Economics 

* Mugunthen Sivalingam 

Economics 

Martin J. Skinner 

Psychology 

N'Dali Simone Slater 

Economics 

* Amanda Sloot 

Psychology and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

* Andrew J. Smith 

Political Science 

Mary Louise Smith 

Political Science 
with distinction 

Nicole Smith 

Psychology 



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Stephen Christopher Smith 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

* Stephen Christopher Smith 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Victor Neil Smith 

Political Science and Psychology 

* Betty-Ann Sosontovich 

Psychology 

Selene Tara Spence 

Psychology and Women's Studies 

Anik Julie St-Martin 

Psychology 

Carrie Louise St. Pierre 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Dwayne Stamplecoskie 

Law 

Philip Wittman Standen 

Law 

S. James Stergios 
Law 

Lori Denise Stewart 

Law and Psychology 

* Michael Stolarik 

Psychology 

* Jennifer R. Stoneham 

Mathematics 

Christopher J. Strauss 

Psychology 

Wendy J. H. Street 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

James Derek Strowbridge 

B.Sc. (Dalhousie) 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Raymond Alexander Stultz 

Psychology 

Chor Fun Polly Sun 

Economics 

Eugen Susak 

Political Science 

Dana Renee Tallon 

Geography 

Lok Man Tang 

Economics 

* Lok Yan Tang 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Economics 

Kimberley Krystal Tapp 
Psychology 



Jason Tasse 
Law 

Jennifer Elaine Tattersall 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Lokesvara Thiakesan 

Economics 

Christopher Gordon Thomas 

Law 

Mary-Lynn Thomas 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Peter James Thomas 

Geography 

Scott Anthony Thorburn 

Geography and Law 

Shawn Thornton 

Economics 

Chaminda Thotahewa 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 

Kalyani Thyagarajah 

Economics 

Cristina Deanne Toth 

Psychology 

Jeffrey Shawn Tout 

Law and Political Science 

Hang Iran 

Psychology and Sociology /Anthropology 

Jeff Treptow 

Psychology 

Angela Norita Trottier 

Psychology 
with distinction 

Linda Truglia 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Afroditi Tsarouhas 

Psychology 

Jeffrey Paul Tucker 

Geography 

Ravinder Tulsiani 

Law 

Fung Lun Simon Tung 

Economics 

Caroline Jennifer Turner 

Law 

Lisa Mona Turpin 

Economics 

Laura Kristen Valliere 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Ryan William Van Schyndel 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 



James Anthony VanderLinden 

Economics 

* Arnold Vega 

Economics 

* Patrick Verner 

Geography 

Arijana Vezilj 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Michael James Wagner 

Psychology 

Sandy Wakeling 

Psychology 

* Lesley Elizabeth Waldron 

Psychology 

Bonnie Walker 

Psychology 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Karyn Walker 

Law and Psychology 

Reagan Shea Walsh 

Sociology /Anthropology 

Jeffrey George Ward 

Law and Psychology 

Lindsey Catharine Warne 

Psychology 

Shane Warner 

Political Science 

* Christopher Michael Warren 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Law 

Michael Paul Watkins 

Law 

Concentration in Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

Craig James Watson 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Socio logy/Anthropology 

* Kenneth Thomas Waugh 

Economics 

Matthew Bryon Weber 

Law 

Robert Webster 

Geography 

Martin Weidelich 

Law and Psychology 

Carolyn Dawn Weintrager 

Psychology 

Joyce Emily Weippert 

Sociology/Anthropology 



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C hcrollc C alcda Weir 

law and Sociology/Anthropology 

Allison W hile 

Sociology /An t h ro oology 

Rebecca Yasmin White 

Psychology' 

* Rhonda White 

Psychology 

lanna Orlene Whitlaw 

Psychology 

Colin Willey 

Geography 

I )ouglas Alan Williams 

Economics 
with distinction 

Jennifer J. Williamson 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Brut W. Wilson 

Law 

1 )ana Wilson 

Psychology 

Stephanie A. Wilson 

Psychology 

Shane Lee Wittenburg 

Political Science and Sociology/ 
Anthropology 

* Bartosz Wlodarski 

Economics 

Chi Chung Wong 

Economics 

Siu Chung Wong 

Economics 

Pui Shan Woo 

Economics 

" Peter Derick Woods 

Psychology 

Sarah-Jane Woods 

Political Science and Psychology 

Andrew Stephen Wooldridge 

Economics 

Curtis St. Ledger Wynn 

Economics 

Vahid Yaghini 

Computer Mathematics 

Cecilia Ning Yang 

Economics 

Tania Olena Yarosh 

Psychology 

* Pooi Lee Yee 

Economics 



Yordanos Yigzaw Yemane 

Statistics 

* Caleb Yeung 

Computer Mathematics 

* Kai Ying Sandra Yip 

Economics 

* Alison Marian Young 

Law and Sociology/Anthropology 

Cynthia J. Young 

Sociology/ Anthropology 

Marc Austin Young 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

* Wing Chi Yung 

Economics 

Kaeli Joanne Yuzefowich 

Psychology 

David Zito 

Geography 

John Zouzoulas 

Economics 

Catherine Amelia Zuccato 

Economics 



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7%e following awards 
were made by Senate 
after publication of the 
1996 Fall Con vocation 



program. 



Bachelor of Arts 
(with Honours) 



Cressida E. Robson 

Honours in Political Science 



Bachelor of Arts 



Bharati Auglay 

Economics and Mathematics 

Shaun Michael McCahery 

Psychology 



Bachelor of 
Engineering 



Jeffrey Leo de Wit 

Mechanical Engineering 



\/ 7 //' / * /I The Governor General's Medal - Bachelor's Level 

Awarded annually to the student standing at the head of the graduating class at the 
bac helot 's level. 



( rruduating Class 



Donor: His Excellency the Governor General of Canada 
Erin Claire Manning 

Honours Interdisciplinary Studies (Fall 1996) 
The Chancellor's Medal 

Awarded annually in the name of the Chancellor of the University to a graduating 
student of outstanding academic achievement. 

Lise Hogan 

Honours Italian Studies and Spanish 
The President s Medal 

Awarded annually in the name of the President of the University to the student with 
the highest standing in a pass program of studies. 

Anthony Domenic Lofaro 

B.Sc. Chemistry 

University Medal for Outstanding Graduate Work - Ph.D. Level 

Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the doctoral level. 

Peter Au 

Aerospace Engineering 

University Medal for Outstanding Graduate Work — Master's Level 

Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the master's level. 

Grant Baird 

Philosophy 

University Medals (Undergraduate) 

Awarded annually, when merited, to the graduating students standing highest in 
interfaculty studies, arts, social sciences, science, engineering, architecture, commerce, 
computer science, industrial design, journalism, music, public administration, and 
social work. 

University Medal in Interfaculty Studies 
Laurie Anne Jurkat 

Honours Anthropology and History 

University Medal in Arts 
Matthew Kott 

Honours History 

University Medal in Social Sciences 
Douglas B. Nathanson 

Political Science 

University Medal in Science 
Rachel Leanne Ulicny 

Chemistry 

University Medal in Computer Science 
Andy Lee 

University Medal in Commerce 
Michael Kyle Abbott 

University Medal in Journalism 
Natalie Barbora Salat 

University Medal in Public Administration 
Alia Christine Tayyeb 



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University Medal in Engineering 
Wayne Dustin 

Computer Systems Engineering 

University Medal in Architecture 
Marjan Ghannad 

Senate Medals 

Awarded, when merited, to graduating students of outstanding academic achievement. 

Doctoral Level 
Aria Alasty 

Mechanical Engineering 

Eduard Gordon Reinhardt 

Earth Sciences 

Wendy Larner 

Sociology 

Master's Level 

Anna-Maria Belting 

German 

Ashok Swaminathan 

Electrical Engineering 

Hong Bin Chen 

Management Studies 

Undergraduate Level 

Debra Bolger-Ingimundson 

Psychology 

Eugene Deery 

Mathematics 

Beatriz Oliver 

Honours Anthropology 

Marketa Geislerova 

Honours CERAS 

Marios Stavrou Parperis 

Electrical Engineering 

Alison Jill Halsall 

Honours English 

Wendy Miya Yano 

Honours English 

Paul D. Wood 

Commerce 

Kamal Yassin Bailout 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Gail Dianne Cariou 

Art History and History 

Jenny Catherine McKnight 

Honours Law, Psychology and 
Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Jeffrey David Holland 

Environmental Science 

Patricia E. Volpe 

B.J. Journalism and Political Science 



David Michael Mallette 

Honours History and Russian 

Max Kotlyar 

Computer Science 

Yannick Blanchette 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Matthew Peter Sammon 

Honours Political Science 

Julie Catherine Sunday 

Integrated Science Studies 

Marco Ranjan Deyasi 

Honours Art History 

Dan J. Mauro 

Music and Psychology 

Amanda Louise Mullen 

Honours English 

John W.M. Rogers 

Aerospace Engineering 

Lisa Letitua Sloan 

Honours B.Sc. Psychobgy 

James Kirk Strutt 

Aerospace Engineering 

Hsin-Wu Fong 

Electrical Engineering 

Daphne Overhill 

Honours Music 

Johanna M.W.F. Lemke 

English and German 

Christopher Doary 

History 

Raymond Boulay 

Electrical Engineering 

Craig W. Fielding 

Computer Science 

Marcel Girard 

Honours Psychology 

Yiu-Bong Patrick Lee 

Electrical Engineering 

Marie Helen Krizka 

Honours French and Linguistics 
and Applied Language Studies 

Amy Jennifer Jansen 

Commerce 

Janice Sharon Dahms 

Honours Psychology 

Ryan Andrew Sciampacone 

Computer Science 

Tamara Stone 

Journalism