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CARLETON UNIVERSITY 

Ottawa, Ontario 
1 14th Convocation 



Saturday, June 17, 2000 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



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2000 Spring Convocation 

Convocation at Carleton University — 2 

Saturday, June 17, 10:00 a.m. 

Honorary Degree Recipients Carol Shields and Donald Shields — 4,5 
High School Teaching Award Recipient Gerald Ryan — 6 

Order of Proceedings — 7 
Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Engineering and Design; 
Master of Engineering; Master of Architecture; Bachelor of Engineering; 
Bachelor of Architecture; Bachelor of Industrial Design 

Saturday, June 1 7, 2:00 p.m. 

Honorary Degree Recipients G. Karl Diedrich and jay Ingram - 16,17 

Order of Proceedings — 18 
Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Science and the School of Computer 
Science; Master of Science; Master of Computer Science; Bachelor of Science 
(Honours) and Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours) and 
Bachelor of Mathematics; Bachelor of Computer Science 



Medallists in the Graduating Class — 32 



Convocation at Carleton University 



The Convocation ceremony (the calling together of the academic 
assembly) has us roots in university traditions of medieval Europe. 

The Mace 

1'he mace is a staff symbolizing authonty. In the days of knighdiood, 
ii u.iv a weapon, but after the 16th century it became solely a 
svmbol of authority carried by a distinguished member of an 
assembly. It is used on ceremonial occasions to signify the right of 
.in individual or institution to perform a certain function — in die 
case of universities, to grant degrees. 

At Convocation, the mace is carried ahead of the Chancellor as he 
enters and leaves each ceremony. During the ceremony the mace is 
displayed on a special stand as an embodiment of the authority of 
the University. 

Carleton's mace was presented to the University in 1976 as a gift 
from the Chair of the Board of Governors at diat time, Mr. Hyman 
Soloway. It is a silver-plated staff approximately three feet long. At 
the upper end diere is a bowl marked with die 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 nses 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 entided 'Tioneers" 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 Bntain 
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 die 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 roval 
blue; engineering is orange; humanities is white with a red cord 
sewn slighdy in from the lower border; industrial design is dark 
cardinal; international business is camel brown with a red cord 
sewn slighdy in from the lower border; journalism is white with a 
black cord sewn slighdy in from the lower border; management 
studies is camel brown with a black cord sewn slighdy in from die 
lower border; mathematics is hunter green, music is Venetian pink; 
public administration is peacock blue; science is golden vellow, 
social work is cream; and doctor of philosophy is purple. 

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

The two shades of blue in die doctoral gown are diose of die 
United Nations, and are meant to recognize die University's long- 
standing interest, from its earliest years, in international affairs and 
issues. The colours were chosen when die University awarded its 
first honorary 1 degree, in 1954, to the second Secretary General of 
die United Nations, the late Dag Hammarskjold. The tradition of 
awarding honorary degrees to Secretaries General of die United 
Nations has continued since that time. 

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 clodi with facings and sleeves in 
light blue silk. The hood is made of die same material as die gown, 
has the same lining as diat for die degrees granted by examination, 
and is bordered with dark mauve for die degree of Doctor of Laws; 
vibrant blue for the degree of Doctor of Literature; red for die 



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 1 992, at the initia- 
tive of the Carleton University Alumni Association, to commemo- 
rate the University's 50th anniversary. The arbour under which the 
Chancellor, die President and Vice-Chancellor, die 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 produc- 
tions, concerts, and the like. Future plans for die 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. 

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

Accompanying him on the podium are Robert Laughton, Q.C., 
B.A., LL.B., Chair of the Board of Governors (morning cer- 
emony), and Gail Harmer Mutton, BA. (afternoon ceremony), 
representing the Board of Governors, and Richard J. Van Loon, 
B.Sc, M.A., Ph.D., President and Vice-Chancellor. 

Assisting the Chancellor are: 

Chong H. Chan, B.Sc, M.A.Sc, Ph.D., P.Eng. 

Professor of Engineering 

Clerk of Senate 

and Marshal of Convocation 

Brian C. Mortimer, B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 
Associate Dean of the Faculty of Science 
and Associate Marshal of Convocation 

Robert C. Burk, B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
and Beadle of Convocation 

James J. Cheetham, B.Sc, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Robert J. Crutchley, B.Sc, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 
and Beadle of Convocation 

MoyraJ. McDill, B.Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D., P.Eng. 
Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Delphine Rossille, Eng.Dipl., M.Sc, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Systems and Computer Engineering 

and Beadle of Convocation 



Donald L. Russell, B.Eng, M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Also assisting at Convocation: 
Carol Corkran 

Acting Assistant Dean/ Registrar 

Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research 

Ata M. Khan, B.Eng, M.Eng, Ph.D., P.Eng. 
Professor of Engineering 
Associate Dean 

Faculty of Engineering and Design 
Lisa Ralph 

Acting Assistant Dean of Students and Registrar, 
Faculty of Science and School of Computer Science 

June Drayton Callendar, B.SocSc. 
Christina Farago 
Sharon Palmer 
Glendy Wong, B.A. 

Registrar's Office, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research 

Barbara Baynaham, B.A. 
Mary Orser 

Registrarial Services, Faculty of Science and School of 
Computer Science 

Pegge Clarke 
Angel Garrett, B.Sc. 
Marlene Groves 
Colin Harkness, B.A. 

Registrarial Services, Faculty of Engineering and Design 

Anne-Mane Lepine 
Monika St. Jean 

Records and Registration Services 

Pamela Mallon 

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

Gail Stanton 

( )ffice of the President 

Jason Anderson, B.A. 
Heather Brown, B.A. 
Allister I Iain, B.A., M A. 
Nanci Jolicoeur 
Rosemary Patterson 
MaryAnne Pomainville 
Janet Weichel McKenzie, B.A. 
I fniversity Communications 

( lathy Pearen 
Senate ( )ffice 




Carol Shields 

Carol Shields, O.C., B.A., M.A., D.U., D.Hum.L., 
D.Litt., LL.D., F.R.S.C., Pulitzer Prize-winning author, 
winner of the Governor General's Award for Fiction, 
Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg, and Pro- 
fessor of English, University of Manitoba, will be 
awarded the degree of Doctor of Literature, honoris 
causa, at the morning ceremony on Saturday, June 1 7, 
"in recognition of one of Canada's most pre-eminent 
and honoured writers." 



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Honorary Degree 




Donald Shields 

Donald Shields, B.Sc, D.I.C, Ph.D., P.Eng., F.E.I.C, 
former Head of the Department of Civil Engineer- 
ing, and former Dean of Engineering, University of 
Manitoba, will be awarded the degree of Doctor of 
Engineering, honoris causa, at the morning ceremony 
on Saturday, June 17, "in recognition of a distin- 
guished career as a civil and geotechnical engineer, an 
educator, a researcher and a developer of research in- 
frastructure." 



High School Teaching Award 




Gerald Ryan, B.A., 
Department of Business, 
St. Mark High School, Manotick, Ontario 

The High School Teaching Awards were established 
to acknowledge outstanding high school teachers in 
Eastern Ontario who have provided their students with 
the influence and inspiration to excel. Teachers are 
nominated for the awards by Carleton University 
graduating-year scholarship winners who have gradu- 
ated from Eastern Ontario high schools. 



Order of Proceedings 
Saturday, June 17, 10:00 a.m. 

Chancellor Arthur Kroeger, O.C., M.A., LL.D., presiding. 

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

Processional Music 

Fraser Clark, B.A., MA. (bagpipes) 
John Robert Coghill Jr., B.Mus. (bagpipes) 
Garry Matthews (snare drum) 

O Canada* 

(the audience is invited to sing) 

Introduction 

Richard J. Van Loon, B.Sc, MA., Ph.D. 
President and Vice-Chancellor 

Welcome by the Master of Ceremony 

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

Conferring of the Degree of 
Doctor of Literature, honoris causa, upon 

Carol Shields, O.C., B.A., M.A., D.U., D.Hum.L., DLitt., LL.D, F.R.S.C. 
(presented by Sonya Lipsett-Rivera, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of History) 

and the Degree of 
Doctor of Engineering, honoris causa, upon 

Donald Shields, B.Sc, D.I.C., Ph.D., P.Eng., F.E.I.C. 
(presented by Gunther Bauer, B.A.Sc, M.A.Sc, Ph.D., F.E.I.C, Professor of Engineering) 

Convocation Address 

Carol Shields and Donald Shields 

Conferring of Degrees by Examination 
Warrant 

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

Awarding of Medals 

Presentation of a High School Teaching Award to 

Gerald Ryan, B.A. 

(presented by Leonard T. Librande, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Dean of Students) 
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O Canada 



O 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. 



Recipien ts Doctor of Pkilosophy 

r y\ (presented hy Professor A. G. 

Oj Degrees Razaqpur, Associate Dean of the 

Faculty of Graduate Studies and 
Research) 

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



Shaohong Cheng 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Tongji, China) 
Civil Engineering 

Structural And Aerodynamic Stability 
Analysis Of Long-Span Cable-Stayed 
Bridges 

Supervisor: D. Lau and M. Cheung 

* Walter Timothy Bax 

B.Eng., M.Eng. (Carleton) 
Electrical Engineering 
Modulation and Frequency Synthesis 
for Wireless Digital Radio 
Supervisor: Miles Copeland 

* Francis Bordeleau 

B.Sc, (Montreal), BA.Sc. (Quebec; Hull), 

M.C.S. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 

A Systematic and Traceable 

Progression from Scenario Models to 

Communicadng Hierarchical State 

Machines 

Supervisor: R.J.A. Buhr 

Jean-Paul Rene DeCruyenaere 

B.Sc. (Manitoba), M.Eng. (Carleton) 
Electrical Engineering 
Radio Coverage of Millimetre-Wave 
Broadband Wireless Access Systems 
in Suburban Areas 
Supervisor: D.D Falconer 

* Hesham Mahmoud El-Sayed 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Alexandria, Egypt) 
Electrical I 'Jigineenng 
A Framework for Automated 
Performance Engineering of 
Distributed Real-Time Systems 
Supervisor: CM. Woodside 

* Roy Gregory Franks 

Byl.Sc. (Waterloo), MAing. (Carleton) 
Electrical Engineering 
Performance Analysis ot Distributed 
Server Systems 
Supervisor: CM. Woodside 



* Paul Allen Langner 

B.Eng., M.Eng. (Carleton) 
Electrical Engineering 
A Robust, Efficient Physical Layer 
Transport Protocol for Packets 
Supervisor: R. Mason and 
M. Snelgrove 

Chad Elliott English 

CA.S., B.Eng. (Acadia), M.Eng. (Carleton) 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sdffness Behaviour In Two Degree 
Of Freedom Mechanisms 
Supervisor: D.L. Russell 

* Walid A. Moussa 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (The American University In 

Cairo, Egypt) 

Mechanical Engineering 
Finite Element Study of the 
Interacdon and Shielding Effects of 
Multiple Cracks in Three-Dimensions 
Supervisor: R. Bell and CL. Tan 

Darren Dale Radford 

B.Sc. (Winnipeg), M.Sc. (Manitoba) 
Mechanical Engineering ' 
Mechanical and ConstituUve 
Behaviour of Zr-2.5Nb Pressure 
Tube Material at High Rates of 
Tensile Strain 

Supervisor: M. Worswick and 
A. Pilkey 

Jacobus Franciscus Adrianus Maria 
van Hoof 

M.Sc. (Technische U niversiteit FAndhoven, 

The Netherlands) 

Mechanical Engineering 
Modelling of Irppact Induced 
Delamination in Composite Materials 
Supervisor: M. Worswick and 
P. Straznicky 



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Master of Engineering 

(presented by Professor A..G. 
Ra:aqpur, Associate Dean of the 
Taculty of Graduate Studies and 
Research) 

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



Allan D. Grosvenor 

B. I ing. ( Carleton) 
Aerospace 

Numerical Simulations Of Diffusing 
S-Duct And Vortex-Generator-Jet 
Flows 

Richard Michael Kearsey 

B.l lag. (Technical University of Nova Scotia) 
Aerospace 

Development and Characterization of 
a Damage Tolerant Microstructure 
for a Ni-base Turbine Disc Alloy 

Nelson Luiz De Paula Menezes 
Monnerat 

Engenheiro Mecanico (Escola Politecnica, 
Sao Paulo) 
Aerospace 

A New Digital Differential Analyzer 
Approach for Inertial Technologies 

* Frederick William Schultz 

Byl.Sc. (Toronto), B.Eng. (Ryerson 
Polytechnic) 
Aerospace 

Loss of Rotation of a Rotating Two- 
Body Tethered Spacecraft- Analytical 
and Experimental Techniques 

Kenneth James Zavitz 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Aerospace 

A Method for Designing Low-Speed 
Linear Turbine Cascades for the 
Experimental Investigation of Viscous 
Effects in Transonic Axial Turbines 

Ramesh Jagannathan 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Civil 

* Nadeem Hasan Siddiqui 

B.Eng. (N.E.D., Pakistan) 
Civil 

Nested Logit Models for Motorized 
and Non-Motorized Modes 



* Uvaiz Ahmed 

B.Eing. (Bangalore, India) 
Electrical 

Performance Evaluation of Explicit 
Congestion Notification Methods in 
IP Networks ECN and BECN 

Gang Ao 

B.Eng. (Hua^hong University of Science 
and Technology, China) 
Electrical 

Software Hot-Swapping Techniques 
For Upgrading Mission Critical 
Applications On The Fly 

James Craig Bronson 

B.Eng. (Royal Military College) 
Electrical 

Simulation and Modelling of 
Interference and Shadowing in LMCS 

* Turki Hadi Hamad Darweesh 

B.E.ng. (Kuwait) 
Electrical 

Capacity and Performance Analysis 
of a Multi-User, Mixed Traffic GSM 
Network 

* Anestis Dounavis 

B.Eng. (McGill) 
Electrical 

Time Domain Macromodels for 
High Speed Interconnects 

* Ning Feng 

B.Eng. (Tsinghua, China) 
Electrical 

S-Module Design for Software Hot- 
swapping 

* Homayun Feyzbakhsh 

B.Sc. (Tehran Polytechnic) 
Electrical 

Development of A Library of Neural 
Models for Microstrip Line 
Components for High Frequency 
Circuit Design 

Julius Francis 

Byi.Sc. (Waterloo) 
Electrical 

* Ying Huang 

B.Eng., M.Eng. (Zhejiang, China) 
Electrical 

Effects of Vocoder Distortion and 
Packet Loss on Network Echo 
Cancellation 

* Xin Li 

B.Eng., M.Eng. (Shanghai, China) 
Electrical 

A Universal Closed-Form High-Speed 
Interconnect Model for General 
Purpose Circuit Simulators 



Marios Stavrou Parperis 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Electrical 

Delay Estimation And Its Qo 
Simplications In Voice Over IP 
Networks 

* Naveenta Verma 

B.Eng. (Poona, India) 
Electrical 

Controlling Shared Memory 
Contention on a Multiprocessor-based 
Telephone Switch 

Mathys Walma 

B.Eng. (McMaster) 
Electrical 

Multiple Access Schemes For The 
Mcrowave Light Organized Network 
(Milton) 

* Xiang Shannon Wang 

B.Sc. (Xi'an Jiaotong, China) 
Electrical 

Characterization and Digital 
Correction of Multi-bit Delta-sigma 
Modulators 

* Xin Xu 

B.E.ng. (Southeast, China), M.D. (Nanjing, 
China) 
Electrical 

Effects of Delay Jitter and Clock 
Slippage on Network Echo 
Cancellation 

* Shijun Yang 

B.Eng. (Nanjing Institute, China), M.Eng 
(Beijing, China) 
Electrical 

Smart Receiver Using Baseband 
Digital Signal Processing 

Shunsuke Morinishi 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Materials 

Predicting the Features of Structural 
Steel Welds with Internet Technology 

(degree awarded posthumously) 

* Henry M. J. Saari 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Materials 

The Processing of Gas Turbine 
Engine Hot Section Materials 
Through Directional Solidification 

Brent Bailey 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Mechanical 

Investigation of a Composite 
Hingeless Helicopter Rotor Blade with 
Integral Actuators 



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Timothy Andrew Burke 

Diploma (St. Francis Xavier), 
B.Eng. (T.U.N.S.) 
Mechanical 

Modeling And Evaluation Of 
Nonback Driveable Transmissions 
For Variable Stiffness Protheses 

Kailin Deng 

Diploma (Xinjiang Inst, of Tech., China), 
M.Sc. (China Inst, of Mining and Tech., 
Mechanical 

On-line Identification of a Two-Stage 
Thermo-Mechanical Pulping Process 

* Gang Luo 

B.Eng. (Hang^hou, China) 
Mechanical 

Kevin Bernard Chafe 

B.Eng. (Royal Military College), 
M.Sc. (Florida State) 

Telecommunications Technology 

Management 

A Practical Solution To Interoperable 
Secure E-Mail Over The Internet 

Master of Architecture 

(presented by Professor A.G. 
Ra2aqpur, Associate Dean of the 
Faculty Graduate Studies and 
Research) 

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



Minoo Azad 

M.Sc. (Tehran, Iran) 

A Proto-Pattern Language for 
Human-Computer Interaction 

Katie Chau 

B.E.S., B^lrch. (Waterloo) 

Architecture + Hypermedia: 

A Didacdc Approach To Exploring 

Architecture As Both Content And 

Method In A Hypermedia 

Environment 

* Jennifer Lynn Fraser 

Byirch. (Carleton) 

Visualizing a Hypertext Narrative 

Marjan Ghannad 

B.Arch. (Carleton) 

A Study on the Formation of the 
North Dome of Masjid-i-Jami Isfahan 



Farideh Hooshangi 

M~Arch. (Tehran, Iran) 

Isfahan, City of Paradise A study of 
Safavid urban pattern and a symbolic 
interpretation of The Chahar-Bagh 
gardens 

Vidya Shankarnarayan 

G.D.Arch. (1^.S. Raheja School of 

Architecture, India) 

A Room of One's Own: Making a 
Place for On-Line Communides 

* Scott Andrew Weir 

Byirch. (Carleton) 
Quintopolis 

Bachelor of Engineering 

(presented hy Professor S.A. 
Mahmoud, Dean of the Faculty 
Engineering and Design, ass is ted by 
representatives of Departments) 

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



AEROSPACE 

Alexander M. Beattie 

with distinction 

Carlos Bergueiro 

with distinction 

Lisa D. Brideau 

with distinction 

Alex Cao 

with distinction 

Timothy James Caron 

Arthur J. Casement 

with distinction 

Chantz William Victor Cassell 

with distinction 

Heather E. Chapman 
Alexandre P. Deslauriers 
Kent Charles Dietrich 
Peter William Duclos 

Alexis M. Howell 

with distinction 

Frederick John Jorgensen 
Slobodan Jovic 
Reena Katarya 

Michael H. Kennedy 

with high distinction 



Martin Kratochvil 

Jeremy Krol 

with high distinction 

* Alice Shok-Yee Kwong 

* Joshua Paul Lamorie 
Robin Langtry 

Shane Christopher LeRoux 

with distinction 

Rene J. Lipp 
Thomas A. Marsh 
Chris Martin 

* Stacey Mason 
Steven G. M c Leod 

Drew W. M Nair 

with distinct 'ion 

Marcin Michalowski 

with distinction 

Zamir Nathoo 

Martin Oliver Neuteboom 

Chok Nam Ng 

Daniel G. Opoku 

with high distinction 

Robert Peluso 

* Kyle Sean Zaccheus Pilatzke 

Nils R. Pokrupa 

with high distinction 

Shauna M. A. Rauhala 

with high distinction 

Colin Michael Roch 

Mark Leo Denis Senez 

with distinction 

Laura M. Sie 

with /ugh distinction 

Darcy Allan Simmelink 

* Brennan Jeffery Soutar 

Aaron Gordon Speer 

with distinction 

Mathialagan Subramaniam 

Eryk Roland Swist 

with high distinction 

Brian A. F. Taylor 

with high distinction 

David Joe Willis 

with high distinction 

Yuk-Gee Angela Wong 



CIVIL 

* Alexander Chcuk-Wah Lam 
Raymond W. W. Lam 

Jean C. Lim 

Concentration in Management 

Lisa Lim 
Shao Khai Lim 

Daniela Ramirez 

Concentration in Management 
Co-operative Education 

Leslie Dawn Rooke 

Sarah Taylor 

with high distinction 

Sacha Karina Van Den Hanenberg 

Concentration in Management 

Michael Williston 

Wendy Leann Yuke 

(Concentration in Management 

* Arash Zakeri 

with distinction 

COMPUTER SYSTEMS 

Giuseppe Agnello 

with high distinction 

Christopher Alford 

Patricia Melanie Atwood 

with high distinction 

Sivaharan Balasubramaniam 

with high distinction 

Christina Anne Catley 

with distinction 

Heng Sun Chao 

with high distinction 

Anita Wai Yin Che 

with distinction 

Billy Cheung 

Minor in Business 

with distinction 

Michael A. Christie 

Benjamin Ming Heng Chuah 

with distinction 

Colin Davidson 

Daniel S. Faya 

with high distinction 

Edwin J. Frondozo 
Michael D. Goring 

James Thomas Graham 

with high distinction 

Yasothai Gunabalasingam 

with high distinction 



Maneesh Chandra Gupta 

Wagdy Erian Hanna 

with distinction 

Mohammad Javanmardi 

Ian C. Jolley 

with high distinction 

Rami Kawach 

Adam R. Konecny 

with distinction 

Caroline Lam 

with high distinction 

Kevin Lam 

with high distinction 

Sitson Lee 

Adam J. Lomas 

with distinction 

Eric Lussier 

James M. MacDonald 

with distinction 

Nancy Jeanette MacKay 

with high distinction 

Vinothan Mahalingam 
Mamans N. Mariadasan 

Mark Andrew M c Evoy 

with high distinction 

Joseph James McMaster 
Mesfin Ketema Meshesha 

James Morgan 

with distinction 

Jasminka Mulahusic 

* Meng Pann 

Joseph J. Paul 

with high distinction 

Paula Teodora Popescu 

B.Sc. (Ottawa) 

with high distinction 

Tamim Rahman 

with distinction 

Peter Matthew Burton Schloen 
Mark A. Seaby 

Piotr Smetny-Sowa 

with high distinction 

Kajetan Szalankiewicz 

* Lagunarajan Thangarajah 
Ajanthan Thirusittampalam 

* Minh Tran 

Nicholas N. Tsagaris 

with high distinction 



Satheeskumar Vaithilingam 

with distinction 

Jaime G. Walker 

with high distinction 

Yue Wang 

Christopher Michael Witham 

Jeremy Albert Wubs 

B.Com. (Carleton) 
with distinction 

Terrence Xavier 

Perakalathan Yoganathan 

ELECTRICAL 

Zamzarina Abdul Aziz 

with distinction 

Afzal Ahmad 
Raed R. A. Almasri 
Janet Attar 
Joel R. Aube 
Dahlia Barakat 
Michael Braden Botting 

Michael K. Bowler 

with high distinction 

Anthony Kwok Sing Chan 

with distinction 

Fu Keong Chan 

with distinction 

Eric T. Charron 

* Gia Lekeisha Danielle Chisholm 

Eddy Wayne Chow 

B.Sc. (Waterloo) 
with high distinction 

* Asif Chowdhury 

Michael John Crichton 

with high distinction 

Michael T. Cross 
Farah Dalel 

Ann-Marie Kirsten Dawson 
Sean Doef 
Mohamed Elmi 

* Ying Fang 

with high distinction 

Erika Farkas 
Andy Fong 

Mohammed Hosnv Gaabass 
Tatjana Gunjak 
Andrea C. Gutsik 



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* Saami Arif Hamid 
Houssam Hammoud 
Mark Harps 

Tom B. Herbert 

with distinction 

David Chuan Wei Huang 

Robin Leigh Marion Hudson 

B.Sc. (Waterloo) 
with high distinction 

Sher Singh Jagdev 

Maja Janjis 

with distinction 

Chandrakumar Kalirasa 
Balasrikugan Kandiah 
James R. Kerr 

* Imran Khalid 
Andy Lau 

Dy Lau 

Theresa Leong 

Travis W. Lovitt 

with high distinction 

Eric Robert MacDonald 

Shankarram Mahadevan 

with high distinction 

Ramashan Manikavasagar 

Dave Langley McPhee 

with high distinction 

Otsile R. Mogale 
Ian Moses 
Raza A. Mughal 
Nathan W. Murphy 
Suthasan Nagarajah 
Sathiyalingam Nannithamby 
Carlos Oviedo 
Jeyaranjan Pathmanathan 
Christopher J. Penney 
Ryan Herman Pereira 
Vijay Ryan Pereira 
Goran Perosevic 
Wojciech Peszko 
Suthakaran Ponnuchamy 

Stephen Powell 

with high distinction 

Reshma Prasad 

* Seema Rao 

with distm tion 



Mohamed Rashid 

Lynne Anna Marie Sabourin 

with distinction 

Ramesh Selladurai 

* Justin Shimoon 
Arul-Nagesu Singam 
Basharan Sinnanainar 

* Bereketab Shim 

B.Sc. (Carle ton) 

Ragunathan Sivapathasuntharam 
Sridha Sivarajan 

Bojan Skiljo 

with high distinction 

Robert Sluijter 

Andrew B. Stewart 

with high distinction 

John William Sullivan 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 

Sze Li Ten 

with distinction 

Jeyarajah Thambirajah 
Sritharan Thiagarajah 
Sabthakaran Thiyagarajah 
Christopher M. Thomas 
Matthew A. Vannest 

* Kaemanathan Varapragasam 
Rajmohan Vigneswaran 

* Joan Wang 

* Brenda Leanne Weiss 
Yemane Wondim 

Henry Wong 

with high distinction 

Winnie N. Ye 

with high distinction 

Taylor Yiu 
Christina Young 
John Youssef 

ENVI RON MENTAL 

Angelos Anastassopoulos 

B.A. (Western Ontario) 
with distinction 

Michael Thomas Joseph Baumann 

KA. (Waterloo) 
with distinction 

Jeramy Joseph Bell 

Hossia Pikenene Chimbombi 

Rinaldo Cristiano 



John Mathany Dechman 

with high distinction 

Karina Lange 

with distinct ion 

Marcia Lim 
Marie-Eve Ouellet 

* Julie L. Parker 

Jill Alison Peters 

with distinction 

Manon A. Phaneuf 
Tina J. Roy 
Rakesh K. Sherman 

Duane R. Smith 

B..-1. (Carle ton) 

with high distinction 

John Sourial 

B.Sc. (Stetson) 

Tabitha Takeda 
Ko Barrie Wong 
Thuy N. Wong 

Jiyoung Yu 

with distinction 

MECHANICAL 

* M. Yusef Akbari 

David A. Aidridge 

with distinction 

Ryan Andress 

Concentration in Computer- 
Integrated Manufacturing 

with distinction 

Tim W. Berry 

Brock Bolton 

with high distinction 

* Kevin Booth 

B.ling. (Carleton) 

Concentration in Computer- 
Integrated Manufacturing 

with distinction 

Justin Andrew Carter 

Concentration in Computer- 
Integrated Manufacturing 

Irene A. Casey 

Erin E. P. Coe 

* Michelle Yvonne Cummings 
John Cutts 

Gilles Delorme 

Victor Do Canto 

with distinction 



Andrew G. Donaldson 

with high distinction 

Neil C. Farr 

with high distinction 

Gregory Eduard Galambos 
Jonathon Gallant 

Jcffcrv Stephen Graves 

with high distinction 

* Christopher Hind 

( . mu i iit ration in Computer 
Integrated Manufacturing 

Sheri Lee Hoskin 

\\ illiam W. Hui 

Deepak K. Katri 

Julia Daria Matynska 

with distinction 

David A. M'Quinn 

Concentration in Computer- 
Integrated Manufacturing 

Anna Minichilli 

Concentration in Computer 
Integrated Manufacturing 

Yue Shing Victor Ng 

Lam Nguyen 

Concentration in Computer- 
Integrated Manufacturing 

Evelyn Noy 

Marcin P. Ostrowski 

Guy J. Poirier 

Roberto Sanna 

Concentradon in Computer- 
Integrated Manufacturing 

Sandra L. Scott 

B.Sc. (Ottawa) 

Kyle G. L. Smith 

with distinction 

Tyler Robert Stearns 

with distinction 

Craig Taylor 
Michael D. Ullett 
Andrew Peter von Zuben 



Lisa-Marie Lupia 

with high distinction 

Reevan McKay 

with distinction 

Joseph MTaughlin 

with high distinction 

Siobhan Mary O'Brien 

with distinction 

Shannon Rose Pirie 

with distinction 

Dennis Pyon 

with distinction 

Mary Ellen Elizabeth Read 

with high distinction 

Lauren E. Scully 

with distinction 

Samia Sheikh 

with distinction 

Autumn Dawn Sweet 

with distinction 

Jakub J. Ulak 

with high distinction 

Julie C. Voisin 

with distinction 

Josephine S. K. Young 

with high distinction 

Ran Zaig 

with distinction 

Natasha L. Ervin 

Jason C. Flynn 

with distinction 

Titi Ghaffari 
Troy E. Griffin 

* Dwayne Richard Hammond 

Teresa Elizabeth Hanna 

with distinction 

Janet Louise Harrison 

Rhonda Lorraine Home 

with distinction 

Robyn L. Huether 

with distinction 

* James Edward Irwin 

Carl Ka Yau Kam 

with distinction 

Kelly Dawn Koroluk 

Brent C. Lambert 

with high distinction 



Bachelor of Architecture 

(presented by Associate Professor 
J. Benjamin Gianni, Director of the 
School of Architecture) 

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



Stephen R. Alexander 

Nick Razvan Borcescu 

with distinction 

Andrew D. Bruce-Payne 

with distinction 

Michael M. Chan 

with high distinction 

Diana Ching Yee Cheng 

Byl. (Carkton) 
with distinction 

Chris Minh Thanh Chung 

with distinction 

Paul A. Cooper 

with distinction 

David M. Couto 

Jason Matthew Errol Currie 

Erin K. Davidson 

Toon F. Dreessen 

with distinction 

Michael William Driscoll 



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Backelor of 
Industrial Design 

(presented by Associate Professor 
Brian P. Bu rns, Director of the 
School of Industrial Design) 

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



Marcus W. K. G. Bosch 

with distinction 

Kelvin Chan 
Michael J. Davison 

Jodie Fletcher 

with high distinction 

Nicholas Brian Gillissie 

with distinction 

Benjamin Ho 
Carrie A. Hurst 

Jakub M. Jankowski 

with distinction 

Kim Kamo 

Gerardo Kanter 

with distinction 

Jennifer Elizabeth Kwong 

Andrew John MacPhail 

with distinction 

Paul L. Novak 

Howard Nuk 

with high distinction 

David K. Orr 
Wai Ki Chris Tang 
Mike C. Thomas 
Anny Wassef 




G. Karl Diedrich 

Karl Diedrich, former Storekeeper, Department of 
Chemistry, Carleton University, will be awarded the 
degree of Master of Science, honoris causa, at the after- 
noon ceremony on Saturday, June 1 7, "in recognition 
of an outstanding contribudon to Carleton University 
and its members as a member of the staff for 35 years." 




Jay Ingram 

Jay Ingram, B.Sc, M.Sc, Bact, Co-host and Producer 
of @discovery.ca and former host of CBC-Radio's pro- 
gram Quirks and Quarks, will be awarded the degree of 
Doctor of Science, honoris causa, at the afternoon cer- 
emony on Saturday, June 17, "in recognition of a dis- 
tinguished contribution to the popularizing of science 
in Canada." 



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Order of Proceedings 
Saturday, June 17, 2:00 p.m. 

Chancellor Arthur Kroeger, O.C., M.A., LL.D., presiding. 

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

Processional Music 

Fraser Clark, B.A., MA. (bagpipes) 
John Robert Coghill Jr., B.Mus. (bagpipes) 
Garry Matthews (snare drum) 

O Canada* 

(the audience is invited to sing) 

Introduction 

Richard Van Loon, B.Sc, MA., Ph.D. 
President and Vice-Chancellor 

Welcome by the Master of Ceremony 

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

Conferring of the Degree of 
Master of Science, honoris causa, upon 
G. Karl Diednch 

(presented by Donald Wiles, B.Sc, B.Ed., M.Sc, Ph.D., F.C.I. C, Adjunct Professor of Chemistry) 

Conferring of the Degree of 
Doctor of Science, honoris causa, upon 
Jay Ingram, B.Sc, M.Sc, Bact. 
(presented by Peter J. Watson, B.Sc, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and 
Dean of the Faculty of Science) 

Convocation Address 

Jay Ingram 

Conferring of Degrees by Examination 
Warrant 

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

Awarding of Medals 

Recessional Music 



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O Canada 



O 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. 
God keep our land glorious and free! 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 



Recipien ts Doctor of Pkilosoprry 

f -w-\ (presented by Professor A.G. 

Oj UegVCeS Razaqpur, Associate Dean of the 

Faculty of Gradua te Studies and 
Research) 

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



Dean Gregory M c Curdy 

B.Sc (Acadia) 
Biology 

Impacts of Parasites on Reproductive 
Behaviour and Fitness of the 
Intertidal Amphipod Corophium 
volutator (Pallas) 
Supervisor: M. Forbes 

* Miguel Andres Providenti 

B.Sc: (McGill), M.Sc. (Guelph) 
Biology 

Identification and Characterization of 
CbaR, A Repressor of cbaABC, 
The3-Chlorobenzoic Acid Catabolic 
Genes of Comamon Astestosteroni 
BR60 (pBRC60) 
Supervisor: R. C. Wyndham 

Rocio Aranda-Rodriguez 

B.Sc. (National Autonomous University oj 
Mexico), M.Sc. (Carle ton) 
Chemistry 

Assessment Of Polycrystalline 
Graphites As Sorbents For Solid 
Phase Microextraction Coupled To 
High Performance Liquid 
Chromatography 
Supervisor: Robert Burk 

* Timothy P. Bender 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Chemistry 

Linear, Dendntic And I Iyperbranched 
Polyimides; The Tetrahydro[5] 
Helicene Unit As A Novel Building 
Block For An Exercise In A Macro 
Molecular Architecture. 
Supervisor: Zhi Yuan Wang 

* Luyi Ding 

Diploma, M.ScfXiamen, China), M.Sc. 
(Carleton) 
Chemistry 

Studies of Flcctrospray/Ion Mobility 
Spectrometry /Time-of- Flight Mass 
Spectrometry 

Supervisor: R. Guevremont and 
E. Lai 



Wayne Mark Mullett 

B.Sc. (Memorial) 
Chemistry 

"Investigation of Selective Binding 
Interactions for Analytical Separation 
and Determination of 
Pharmaceuticals and Toxins" 
Supervisor: E.P.C. Lai 

Sandy Owega 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Chemistry 

Design, Construction and 
Development of a Laser Desorption 
Ionization/Laser Ablation Time-of- 
Flight Mass Spectrometer for 
Chemical Analysis with and without 
Surface Plasmon Resonance 
Supervisor: E.P.C. Lai 

James Ernest Howes 

B. A. (Toronto). B.A., M.A. (Royal Military 
College), MA. (Carleton) 
Earth Sciences 

Regohthic Fine-Fraction Weathering 
Patterns In The Northwest Ruby 
Range Of Hie Yukon Territory, 
Canada 

Supervisor: ).K. Torrance 

Isabelle McMartin 

B.Sc. (Laval), M.Sc. (Quebec, Montreal) 
Earth Sciences 
Quaternary Geology And 
Environmental Geochemistry Of 
The Flin Flon Region, Manitoba And 
Saskatchewan 

Supervisor: F. Michel and W Shilts 

Jay Martin Henry Adamsson 

B.Sc: (Dalhousie), M.Sc (Ottawa) 
Mathematics 

The Theory Of Arrangements And 
Applications To The Crossing 
Number Of C X C 
Supervisor: R.B. Richter 

* Sherry Meleah Jean Towers 

B.Sc (Simon Fraser), M.Sc (I ictoria) 
Physics 

Specialization in High Energy Physics 
A Study of Decays of the Tau Lepton 
with Charged Kaons 
Supervisor: Dean Karlen 

* Mark Anthony Lanthier 

B.C.S., M.C.S. (Carleton) 
Computer Science 

Shortest Path Problems on Polyhedral 
Surfaces 

Supervisor: J.-R. Sack and 
A. Maheshw 



Master of Science 

(presented by Professor A..G. 
Razaqpur, Associate Dean of the 
Faculty oj Graduate Studies and 
Resea reli) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
.ue awarded bv Senate in February and in 
I une. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted b\ an astensk (*). 



Craig Carroll 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 
Biology 

The Construction Of Several 
Nitroreductase And O- 
Acetvltransferase Overproducing 
S. Typhimunum Tester Strains And 
Their Application In The Salmonell 
A mutagenicity Assay (Amestest) 

Christine Parent 

B.Sc. (McGill) 
Biology 

Life-Cycle And Ecological Impact Of 
Polistes Versicolor Versicolor (Olivier) 
I [ymenoptera: Vespidae), An 
Introduced Predatory Wasp On The 
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador 

* Michael William Shane 

BA. (Carkton) 
Biology 

Physiological Anatomy of the Xylem 
Pathway in Roots and Shoots of Zea 
mays L.: Implications for Water 
Transport 

* Fahad Al-mutlaq 

B.Sc. (King Sand University, Saudi Arabia) 
Chemistry 

(2,2',2"-Terpyndine) Platinum (II) 
Complexes of Phenylcyanamide 
and 1 ,4-Dicyanamido-2,5- 
Dimethylbenzene Ligands 

* Leanne Lynn Bedard 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 
Chemistry 

Peroxidation of Human Low-Density 
Lipoprotein (LDL) by Charged and 
Uncharged Water-Soluble Peroxyl 
Radicals 



* Ballari Mukherjee 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Indian Institute of Technology, 
India) 

Chemistry 

Purification, Characterization and 
Kinetic Studies of Alcohol 
Dehydrogenase From Fish 
Liver(Rainbow Trout) and Wheat 

* Abdul Munam 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Karachi) 
Chemistry 

Chemistry of Dihydrophenanthrene 
Ketal and its Application in Polymer 
Curing 

* Sarah Margaret McMullen 

B.Sc. (New Brunswick) 
Earth Sciences 

Tectonic Evolution of the Bark Lake 
Area, Eastern Central Gneiss Belt, 
Ontario Grenville: Constraints from 
Geology, Geochemistry and U-Pb 
Geochronology 

Jason Rickard 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 
Earth Sciences 

Penological And Mineralogical Study 
of Cu-Ni-PGE-bearing Ores Within 
The 100 Ore Body, Copper Cliff 
North Mine, Sudbury, Ontario 

Nicole Marie Sanborn 

B.Sc. (Queen's), B.Ed. (Ottawa) 
Earth Sciences 

Microprobe Studies Of Alteration, 
Discordance And Metamictization Of 
Late Archean Zircons From The 
Acasta Gneiss Complex, Canada 

Jamila Siddiqi 

M.Sc. (Quaid-E-A^am, Pakistan) 
Earth Sciences 

Horizontal-To- Vertical Component 
Ratios For Earthquake Ground 
Motions Recorded On Hard Rock 
Sites In Canada 

* Mahmudul Alam 

B.Sc. (Dhaka, Bangladesh), 
M.Sc. (Trondheim, Norway) 

Information and Systems Science 

* Jianbo Du 

B.Sc. (Nankai), M.Sc. (Wuhan), 
Ph.D. (Ottawa) 

Information and Systems Science 

Hong Fan 

B.Eng. (Tsinghua, China), 
M.E. (Nankai, China) 

Information and Systems Science 



* Huiji Fan 

B.Eng. (University of Geosciences, China), 
M.Sc. (University of Science and Technology, 
China) 

Information and Systems Science 
Hongyu Gai 

B.Sc, M.Eng. (East China University of 
Science and Technology) 

Information and Systems Science 

Cheng Gong 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Lanzhou, China) 

Information and Systems Science 

* Qingwen Lei 

B.Sc. (East China Normal University), 
MA. (Carkton) 

Information and Systems Science 

* Haoyan Liao 

B.Sc. (Beijing College of Economics, China) 
Information and Systems Science 

* Yongping Liu 

B.Sc. (Shanghai J iao Tong, China) 
Information and Systems Science 

Zaiyu Luo 

B.E. (Hunan, China) 

Information and Systems Science 

Qiong-Gong Ning 

B.Eng., M.Eng. (Kunming Institute of 
Technology, China) 

Information and Systems Science 

* Yuying Ou 

B.Eng. (Chengdu, China), 
M.Eng. (New Brunswick) 

Information and Systems Science 

Peter Rabinovitch 

BA. (Concordia) 

Information and Systems Science 
Statistical Estimation of Effective 
Bandwidth 

* Yassaman Rezvani 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 

Information and Systems Science 

Bi Shi 

B.E. (Nanjing, China) 

Information and Systems Science 

Yimei Sun 

M.Sc. (Calgary) 

Information and Systems Science 

Qun Wang 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (East China Normal Uniivrsity) 
Information and Systems Science 
Bootstrap Techniques For Statistical 
Pattern Recognition 



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Dongmin Wu 

B.Eng, M.Eng. (Beijing Press College, China), 
MA..Sc. (Ottawa) 

Information and Systems Science 

Lin Zhang 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Wuhan, China) 

Information and Systems Science 

* Zhengao Zhou 

B.Eng, M.Sc. (Dalian University of 
Technology, China) 

Information and Systems Science 

* Xia Luo 

B.C.S. (Shanghai, China) 
Mathematics 

Specialization in Biostatistics 

* Don Kumudu Mallawa Arachchi 

B.Sc. (Kelaniya, Sri Lanka) 
Mathematics 

Residual Properties of Groups 

* Gonzalo Pablo Domingo Mari 

Ucenciatura (LIniversidad National De 
Rosario, Argentina) 
Mathematics 

* Valerie Poulin 

B.Sc. (Universite de Sherbrooke) 
Mathematics 

A Generalization of the Logistic 
Equation 

* Yvan Gauthier 

B.Sc. (Sherbrooke) 
Physics 

Specialization in Medical Physics 
Measurement of The Apparent 
Diffusion Coefficient of Water in 
White Matter Using Magnetic 
Resonance Imaging: A Phantom Study 

* Narine Kizilian 

B.Sc. (McMaster) 
Physics 

Specialization in Medical Physics 
Prediction of Radiosensitivity by 
Measurement of Radiation-Induced 
Apoptosis in Human Blood using the 
Comet Assay 



Master of 
Computer Science 

(presented by Professor A.G. 
Raxaqpur, Associate Dean of the 
Faculty of Graduate Studies and 
Research) 

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



Mariana Agache 

B.C.S. (Iasi, Roman/a) 

Families Of Estimator-Based 
Stochastic Learning Algontlums 

* Susheel Jalali 

B.Eng. (Allahabad, India) 

Pipelined Hash Joins using Network 
of Workstations 

Wilson Lee 

B.C.S. (Carleton) 

Dominic Lessard 

B.Sc. (Universite du Quebec a Trots-Rivieres) 
Optimal Polygon Placement on a Grid 

Jian Lin 

B.Sc. (Jilin, China), M.Sc. (Changchun 
Institute of Applied Chemistry, China) 

Shaojun Lin 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Nanjing, China), 
Ph.D. (Guelph) 

Yongsheng Liu 

B.Sc. (Harbin, China), M.Sc. (Inst, of Eng. 
Mechanics, China) 

Salim Omar 

High Diploma (Higher I ocational institute, 
Libya) 

A Mobile Code Toolkit For Adaptive 
Mobile Applications 

* Sheung Kwan Nelson Poon 

B.Comp.Sc. (Acadia) 

3D Scenario and Interactive 
Multimedia Courseware Authoring 
System 

* Dorin Aurelian Sandu 

B.C.S. (Carleton) 

Cross-Platform User Interfaces 

E-Kai Shen 

B. ling. (Feng Chia, Taiwan) 

Performance ot Adaptive Middleware 
Systems 



Zhenren Zhou 

B.Sc. (Wuhan University of Technology, 
China) 

Using Predicate Transition Nets 
Approach to Verify the Security of 
the Secure Electronic Transaction 
Protocol 

Adane Hadgn Zygta 

B.Sc. (Havana) 

Object Category Data Model: A New 
Model For Object-Oriented Database 
Management Systems 

Bachelor of Science 
(with Honours) 

(presented by Professor P.J.S. 
Watson, Dean of the Faculty of 
Science, assisted by representatives o J 
Departments) 

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



BIOCHEMISTRY 

Philip O. Brown 

Highest Honours 

Jamie Cote 

High Honours in 

Ivan Gorn 

High Honours 

Todd Robert Hodgson 

Highest Honours 

Graham Kent McNeill 

Honours 

Kathy Cue Nguyen 

1 lighest Honours 

Jaime St. Louis 

I Iigh Honours 

BIOLOGY 

Regie Alam 

I lonours 

Justine Elise Callahan 

I lighest I lonours 
Minor in Psychology 

Jonathan Robert Cole 

B.A. (Carleton) 
1 lonours 

Minor in Psychology 

Natasha Kristina Demarcq 

1 lonours 



2? 



Elliott Michael Fallei 

1 [ighest I lonours 

Michael C. 1'isk 

KSd (Carkton) 
1 lonours 

Cristin Patricia Grant 

1 Iigh 1 lonours 

Johanna Christine Innes 

1 lonours 

Donald Stuart Kerr 

B.JV. (Carkton) 
Honours 

David Ladd 

I Iigh Honours 

Marc J. Lajeunesse 

I lonours 

* Ho Wai Lee 

Byl., (Carkton) 
I lonours 

Nancy Irene Macdonald 

I lonours 

Trevor Joseph MacFarlane 

I lonours 

Katherine Jennifer Parsons 

High Honours 

Mary Canella Rounopoulos 

Highest Honours 

CHEMISTRY 

Steven P. Blais 

Honours 

Mohamed Farah Dirie 

B.Sc. (Somali National) 
I lonours 

Mark Foto 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 
Honours 

Derek James Hodgson 

Highest Honours 

Olivia Fatma Koentjoro 

Highest Honours 

Marilu Irene M c Grath 

Highest Honours 

Cara A. M. Weir 

Honours 

Irene Ana Maria Zuger 

1 lonours 

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 

Danielle Deguire 

B.A. (Carkton) 
I lonours 



Tobi Jo Fisher 

1 Iigh Honours 

Minor in Geographic Information 
Processing 

* Robert Fraser 

Honours 

Salma A. R. Jaroudi 

Honours 

Sue Newson 

Highest Honours 

Chamarie Anupama Perera 

Honours 

Minor in Geographic Information 
Processing 

Debora Elizabeth Quayle 

Highest Honours 

Joshua D. Proll 

Honours 

Concentration in Biology 

Amila de Silva 

Highest Honours 
Concentration in Chemistry 

GEOGRAPHY 

Russell Beilby 

Honours 

Concentration in Geographic 
Information Processing 

GEOLOGY 

Wanda Michelle Carter 

High Honours 

Jonathan Davis 

High Honours 

Cynthia Lynne Ellsworth 

High Honours 

Katherine Valerie Jean Facey 

High Honours 

Keith Patrick Holmes 

Honours 

Patrick David Lyons 

Honours 

Julie Peressini 

B.Ay\. (Ryerson) 
Honours 

Christopher N. A. Taylor 

High Honours 

Tanya A. Tettelaar 

High Honours 

Kerry Ann Vernier 

Honours 



INTEGRATED SCIENCE 
STUDIES 

Jennifer Lynn Pranschke 

Highest Honours 

Kirsten B. Robillard 

Highest Honours 

Alexander J. Scholten 

Honours 

COMPUTER MATHEMATICS 

Olivera Savic 

Highest Honours 

MATHEMATICS 

Hyo-Jin Choi 

Honours 

* Ahmad Tariq Fahimi 

B.Sc. (Carkton) 
Highest Honours 

Khoja Tamim Sediqui 

Honours 

COMPUTER STATISTICS 

Eric Okullo 

Honours 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Lauren Erika Rachel Figueredo 

Highest Honours 
Minor in Mathematics 

Elaine Ho 

High Honours 

Daniel A. Lapkoff 

Highest Honours 

Laura Alaine Tejeda 

High Honours 

Amanda Nichola Toll 

Highest Honours 

BIOCHEMISTRY AND 
BIOTECHNOLOGY 

Nadine Marie Jose Auger 

Honours 

Brian D. Avery 

Highest Honours 

Jason Malcolm Bailey 

Highest Honours 

Jennifer Ann Bean 

Highest Honours 

Angela K. Bilkhu 

Honours 

Brent Claydon 

Highest Honours 



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Jennifer Crosthwait 

Highest Honours 

Alice Ka-Mun Lee 

Highest Honours 

Loren A. Matheson 

Highest Honours 

Tia Corinne Moffat 

Highest Honours 

Raymond Frank Tropiano 

High Honours 

Angela Yeung 

High Honours 

Charlene Donna Young 

Honours 

BIOLOGY AND 
BIOTECHNOLOGY 

Lisa Kathryn Bartels 

High Honours 

Melanie Karen Berljawsky 

Honours 

Sherri Elizabeth Boucher 

Highest Honours 

Joanne Burbidge 

B.RA (Carleton) 
Highest Honours 

* Robin L. M. Cheung 

Honours 

Raman Preet Singh Geekee 

Honours 

* Lisa Danae Schultz Johnson 

Honours 

Amanda Jane MacFarlane 

Highest Honours 

* Ameneh Mirzaei 

Highest Honours 

Supriya Mukherjee 

Honours 

Susaritha Ponnampalam 

Honours 

Jennifer Lee Reilander 

Honours 

* Cara A. Scales 

High Honours 

Erin Kelly Trottier 

Highest I lonours 

Jennifer Anne Wawak 

High I lonours 



BIOLOGY AND PHYSICAL 
GEOGRAPHY 

Sarah Derrane 

High Honours 

* Sharleen Mary Hawco 

Honours 

Minor in Geographic Information 
Processing 

BIOLOGY AND PSHYCHOLOGY 

Tracy Lynn Lemoine 

Highest Honours 

NEUROSCIENCE 

Angela Aebig 

High Honours 

Angela Avarello 

Honours 

Tammy Lyn Lorretta Legault 

Highest Honours 

Sameh Abdel Malek 

I lonours 

Stefan Richard Voroney 

ZL/1. (Carleton) 
Honours 

GELOGY AND PHYSICAL 
GEOGRAPHY 

Leif Terrell Bjornson 

B.Sc. (University oj British Columbia) 
Highest Honours 

GEOLOGY AND PHYSICS 

Eleanor Sonley 

Honours 

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND 
MATHEMATICS 

Chris M c Donald 

Honours 

Specialization in Computing Theory 
and Numerical Methods 



Bachelor of Science 

(presented by Professor P.J.S. 
Watson, Dean of the Faculty of 
Science ana 1 Professor L.A. Copley, 
Director, College of Natural Sciences) 

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

BIOCHEMISTRY 

Nizar Batada 

with distinction 

Ryan A. Burns 
Regina De La Campa 
Deborah Dinakaran 
Perumal Mouttayah 

BIOLOGY 

Veronica A. Canadien 
Victoria M. Clarke 
Peter Fancy 
Victoria Fish 

Catherine Jeanne Herbert 
Stephanie Elin Johnson 

Muy Ky Lo 

B.A. (Carleton) 

Jessica R. Lush 
Cheryl MacDonald 

* Mira Makkar 
Eric Warren Miller 
Michelle Morin 
Andrea R. Rocco 

* Nadine Senechal 

Byi. (Carleton) 

Jesse Torjman 
Susan Wong 

CHEMISTRY 
Karen Elizabeth Bartlett 
Ivan Alexander Chapchal 
Kathleen S. Corriveau 
Jodi Davidson 
David Grant King 
Anna Marie S. Muise 
Sylvia Owega 



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GEOLOGY 
David Andrew Lowry 
Christopher J. Evans 
Jamie Lyn M. Genereux 

INTEGRATED SCIENCE 
STUDIES 

C \ Dthia Lui Chow 

Andrew I. C. Cole 

Eftyhia Helis 

Robin Elaine Johnston 

Robin T. Kaine Mason 

Kerry Ann NTNeely 

Minor in Business 

Janet Yuk-Ching Ng 

Michael M'Gregor Prescott 

with distinction 

* Donald James Thompson 
Paul Stanley Yip 

COMPUTER MATHEMATICS 

* Rana Al-Khalidi 

with distinction 

Abdulkader Atta 
Ahmed Mohamed Bule 
James Donald Burnett 

* Laurie Gaines 

* Abdulkadir Hirey 

* Hin Sum Sam Hung 

* Iman Abdullahi Hussein 

* Human Kavianpour 
Osman Mohamed 

Jason Daniel Mombourquette 

* Osman Abdillahi Omar 
Dominique J. Roy 

Zehua Tong 

B.M.S. (West China) 
with distinction 

Ian Robert Tremblay 

* Aiming Zhao 

B.A. (Hunan Normal), M.Ed. (Queen's) 

MATHEMATICS 
Dhamayanthi Gunabalasingam 
Patricia Anne Pakianather 

STATISTICS 
Efrem Kahsai 



Bachelor of Mathematics 
(with Honours) 

(presented by Professor K.S. 
Williams, Director of the School of 
Mathematics and Statistics) 

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



MATHEMATICS 

Jaffer Gardezi 

Highest Honours 

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND 
MATHEMATICS 

* Veronique-Elise Audet 

with Honours 

Specialization in Computing Theory 
and Numerical Methods 

Bachelor of Mathematics 

(presented by Professor K.S. 
Williams, Director of the School of 
Mat he matics and Statistics) 

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



COMPUTER MATHEMATICS 

* Hossain Ghadimi 
Hung Quoc Ha 

* Geoffrey Wayne McLelland 
Stephen Savard 

Pamela Dawn Sigler 

with distinction 

MATHEMATICS 
Philippe Zaborowski 

STATISTICS 

Aaron Franklin Learmonth 



Bachelor of Computer 
Science (with Honours) 

(presented by Assiociate Professor 
Irwin Reichstein, representing the 
Director of the School of Computer 
Science) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February 7 and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



* Tad Adams 

High Honours 
Minor in Economics 

John I. Alpert 

with Honours 

Minor in Mathematics 

* John Arthorne 

B.C. J. (Carleton) 
Highest Honours 
Co-operative Education 

* Jeyanthy Balasingham 

with Honours 

Adrian Becea 

Highest Honours 

Andrew Olatunde Belo 

High Honours 
Co-operative Education 
Minor in Mathematics 

* Jill Binder 

with Honours 
Co-operative Education 

* Michel Richard Blais 

B.Eng. (Ecole Poly technique de Montreal) 
Highest Honours 
Minor in Mathematics 

Dragos Brad 

with Honours 

Minor in Mathematics 

Kevin Andrew Butcher 

with Honours 
Minor in Psychologj 

Bruce Douglas Campbell 

B.Com. (Carleton) 
with Honours 

Christiane Louise Campbell 

Highest Honours 

Marc Cardinal 

Highest Honours 
Co-operative Education 



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Rosalind Chen 

Highest Honours 

Madeeha Kausar Choudhry 

Highest Honours 
Minor in Mathematics 

Clifford Craig Houston Darling 

Highest Honours 
Minor in Mathematics 

* Matthew Darwin 

High Honours 
Co-operative Education 

Kenneth James Dawson 

widi Honours 

DungTien Do 

with Honours 

* Amir Esmailpour 

B.Sc (Ottawa) 
with Honours 

Joel Farquhar 

with Honours 

Darrell Ferguson 

Highest Honours 

* Tara Christine Graves 

B^Xdmin. (University of Regina) 
Highest Honours 

David Livingstone Hallam 

Highest Honours 

Ekaterina Harchenko 

Highest Honours 
Co-operative Education 
Minor in Business 

Ying Huang 

Highest Honours 

* Jennifer Kim 

High Honours 
Co-operative Education 

Kyunam Kim 

widi Honours 

Minor in Mathematics 

Ho Chuen Jonathan Kwok 

with Honours 

Kevin Ka Fai Lau 

with Honours 

Oanh Le 

High Honours 
Co-operadve Education 

Phuong-Trinh Le-Thi 

High Honours 
Co-operadvc Education 

Amy Guoyan Lin 

with Honours 



N. Erin Love 

High Honours 
Co-operadve Education 

Lee Gerald MacLean 

High Honours 
Minor in Mathematics 

Shahzad A. Malik 

Highest Honours 
Minor in Mathematics 

Tongling Mao 

High Honours 

Joseph Thomas M c Clelland 

with Honours 

Dmitry Nekrasovski 

Highest Honours 

Hai An Nguyen 

I hghest Honours 

Tim Park 

High Honours 
Co-operative Educadon 

Teresa Elisabeth Power 

High Honours 
Co-operadve Educadon 

Trevor James Ritchie 

with Honours 

Kelly Thomas Robinson 

with Honours 

Harold Alexander Rootham 

with Honours 

* Michael David Roth 

with Honours 

* Jeramy Edwin Rutley 

with Honours 

Minor in Mathematics 

Oscar Strawczynski 

Highest Honours 

* Tin Po Thomas Tai 

Highest Honours 

Eric Christopher Torunski 

with Honours 

Nguyet Ha Tran 

with \ lonours 

Conrad Tullius 

f ligh Honours 
Co-operative Education 
Minor in Mathematics 

Parvathi V. Tyamagondlu 

M.Sc. (Bangalore) 
\ ligh I lonours 

Ronald James Walker 

B.Theol. (lias tern Pentecostal Bible College) 
I [ighest I lonours 
( ]o-operative I '-ducat i< >n 



* Gregory Harold Wallis 

High Honours 
Co-operative Education 

William Ivan Wallis 

I hghest I It >n< >urs 
Co-operadve Educadon 

Dana Webber 

High Honours 

Derek Wueppelmann 

with Honours 

Richard Ching-Yuan Yang 

High Honours 
Co-operative Educadon 

Andy Yee 

High Honours 
Co-operadve Education 

Yafei Zhang 

High Honours 



I lie following awards 
were made by Senate 
after publication of the 

1999 FJ 

Convocation program. 



Backelor of Arts 
(witk Honours) 



Majeda Ayoub 

High Honours in Sociology 

Beverley Anne Wood 

Honours in Political Science 
Mention: francais 



Backelor of Journalism 
(witk Honours) 



Corey Lee Boles 

Journalism and His tor}' 



Backelor of Engineering 



Backelor of Arts 



Khaled Kelashipour 

Electrical 



Jamie J. Blimkie 

Sociology and Anthropology 

Lisa Dawn Bradburn 

Art History 

Timothy Vinotharan Gunaratnam 

Economics 

Andrew Harrigan 

Psychology 

Grant Darwin Rice MacDonald 

Interdisciplinary Studies 

Tracey Mighty 

Interdisciplinary Studies 

Ifeanyi Bridget Olisemeka 

Sociology and Anthropology 

Ann Berthe Renoiis 

Law, and Sociology and 
Anthropology 

Jennifer Sarah Stevenson 

Psychology 



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MJ //. . .1 The Governor General's Medal - Bachelor's Level 

GCKZII1STS 1YI Trie Awarded annually to the student standing at the head of the graduating class at the 

G1 . s^l bachelor's level. 

retaliating L,laSS Donor: Her Excellency the G overnor General of Canada 

Christopher Emil Kutarna 

Bachelor of Commerce 

The Chancellor's Medal 

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

Dmitry Nekrasovski 

Bachelor of Computer Science 
Software (Co-op) 

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. 

Frederick John Sebastian 

Bachelor of Arts 
Art History 

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

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

Mark Anthony Lanthier 

Computer Science 

University Medal for Outstanding Graduate Work - Master's Level 
Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the master's level. 

Anestis Dounavis 

Electrical Engineering 

University Medals (Undergraduate) 

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

University Medal in Interfaculty Studies 
Alex Wong 

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) 
Biology and Philosophy 



University Medal in Arts 
Dexter Marlon Drayton 

/ lonours Environmental Studies 



University Medal in Arts 
Corey Stevenson 

Honours Film Studies and Mass Communication 



University Medal in Science 
Erin Kelly Tro trier 

Honours Biology and Biotechnology 

Universit) Medal in Computer Science 
David Livingstone Hallam 

Management and Business Systems 



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University Medal in Commerce 
Christopher Emil Kutarna 

University Medal in International Business 
Thi VietAnh Dao 

University Medal in Social Work 
Cheryl D. Nelson 

University Medal in Engineering 
Jaime G. Walker 

Computer Systems Engineering 

University Medal in Industrial Design 
Andrew John MacPhail 

University Medal in Humanities 
Meredith Jean Beyer-Alldridge 

Senate Medals 

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

Doctoral Level 

Sherry Meleah Jean Towers 

Physics 

Chad Elliott English 

Aerospace Engineering 

Raymond Vander Zaag 

Geography 

Christian RouiUard 

Political Science 

Master's Level 

Richard Michael Kearsey 

Aerospace Engineering 

Valerie Poulin 

Mathematics 

Kobana Abdulai Abukari 

Management Studies 

Wernfrid Doell 

Applied Language Studies 

Undergraduate Level 
Piotr Smetny-Sowa 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Alice Ka-Mun Lee 

Honours Biochemistry and Biotechnology 

Winnie N. Ye 

Electrical Engineering 



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David Joe Willis 

Aerospace Engineering 

Daniel S. Faya 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Michael John Crichton 

Electrical Engineering 

Marc Cardinal 

Bachelor of Computer Science 
Management and Business Systems 

John Arthorne 

Bachelor of Computer Science 
Software 

Jennifer Lynn Pranschke 

Integrated Science Studies 

Lisa Maryse Roberts 

Bachelor of Commerce 

Philip O. Brown 

Honours Biochemistry 

Michael K. Bowler 

Electrical Engineering 

Diane Renee McLaughlin 

Honours Environmental Studies 

Joseph J. Paul 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Jason Malcolm Bailey 

Honours Biochemistry and Biotechnology 

Brian A.F. Taylor 

Aerospace Engineering 

Lilly Katharina Bokhari 

Honours Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 

Paul Alexander Choma 

Political Science 

LimorZomer 

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) 
Psychology 

William Ivan Wallis 

Bachelor of Computer Science 
Management and Business Systems 

Shauna M.A. Rauhala 

Aerospace / ingi nee ring 

Jennifer Crosdiwait 

/ lonours Biochemistry and Biotechnology 



John Douglas Milton 

Honours Geography 

Debora Elizabeth Quayle 

Honours Environmental Science 

Olivia Fatma Koentjoro 

Honours Chemistry 

Stephen Powell 

Electrical Engineering 

Carrie Dawn Vandewint 

Bachelor of Humanities 

Eddy Wayne Chow 

Electrical Engineering 

Lisa J. Poushinsky 

Art History 

Andrea Lynn England 

Bachelor of Humanities 

Danny Vassiliou 

Honours German and Mass Communication 

Randa Saryeddine 

Bachelor of International Business 

Linda Dimitra Rhea Scourtoudis 

Bachelor of International Business 

Timothy Charles Murphy 

Bachelor of Commerce 

Shahzad A. Malik 

Bachelor of Computer Science 
Software 

Erin Jennifer Thiessen 

Honours History and Political Science 

Eryk Roland Swist 

Aeropsace Engineering 

Mike Labreque 

Comparative Literature 

Bojan Skiljo 

Electrical Engineering 

Todd Robert Hodgson 

Honours Biochemistry 

Natalie Adele Poulson 

Sociology and Anthropology 

Duane R. Smith 

Environmental Engineering 



Brian L. Redekopp 

Bachelor oj Humanities 

Henry Wong 

Electrical Engineering 

Pamela Dawn Sigler 

Bachelor of Mathematics 

Caroline Lam 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Jan Jakub Jakobiec 

Honours Art History and Film Studies 

Kevin Lam 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Adam Paul Fiser 

Bachelor oj Journalism 
Journalism and Sociology 

Nizar Batada 

Biochemistry 

Shannon Leigh Good 

Bachelor of Commerce 

Amy Gennett Milne-Smith 

Bachelor of Humanities 

Tia Corinne Moffat 

Honours Biochemistry and Biotechnology 

Laura M. Sie 

Aerospace Engineering 

Daniel G. Opuku 

Aerospace Engineering 

Rebecca Lynne Dorval 

Bachelor of Commerce 

Richard Fontes Vieira 

Bachelor of Journalism 

Catherine Mary Keresztesi 

Bachelor of I lumanities 

Ahmad Tariq Fahimi 

/ ionours Bachelor oj Science 
Mathematics 

Ann Inger Bjornfjord 

Honours French 

Elizabeth Gooding 

Bachelor of International Business 



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