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Recognizing our students

Many of our students not only excel academically, they are also dedicated athletes and are lending their time and talents to the university and their communities. 

Sir Howard Douglas Scholars

Nine students were inducted into the Sir Howard Douglas Society on March 26 in recognition of their excellent grades, and their involvement in the university and their community. The award recipients volunteer their time and talent in a number of ways, both locally and internationally, and are all dean’s list students.

Front row: Daniel Hanscom, Lucas Hallett, Herbert Adutwum-Bempah, Vaishnavi Sai Anupindi

Back row: Emily Tingley, Seshu Iyengar, Austin Henderson, Matthew Hynes, Jeremy Slayter

Graduating Student Leaders

Twenty students from the Saint John campus earned UNB Associated Alumni Graduating Student Leadership Awards on March 28. The award recognizes students in their final year of studies who have made outstanding voluntary and extracurricular contributions to the campus, their academic program, and the university community.

The 14th annual awards dinner, held March 28 in their honour, brought together current and former recipients of the award, as well as family, faculty, staff, alumni and special mentors.

Front row: Mathieu Savidant, Caitlin Grogan, Mackenzie Keir, Shyane McKay, Madison Howatt, Jessica Raven, Julie Therrien and Connor DeMerchant

Back row: Jacob McLean, Allyson Cook, Jenna DeGooyer, Kaitlin Casey, Zane Hamilton, Jacob Prosser, Stephen Ryan, Alannah Hansen, Maggie Birney, Min Ji Kim, Noah Phillips and Sam Palmer

Graduating Student-Athletes

Thirty-eight graduating student-athletes were honoured at an awards banquet on April 2. They were recognized for their dedication to their sport and their commitment to academics.

Front row: Cam Brace (men’s hockey), Brandon Cleghorn (men’s track & field), Selina Fabbri (women’s soccer), Maggie McLenahan (women’s volleyball), Andrew Burgess (men’s curling), Charles Waugh (men’s swimming)

Second row: Evan MacKnight (men’s curling), Emma Donnelly (women’s soccer), Jane Boyle (women’s basketball), Megan Campbell (women’s basketball), Matt Boudens (men’s hockey), Rebecca Duda (women’s soccer), James Profit (men’s swimming), Emily Burton (women’s soccer)

Third row: Kristian D’Amore (men’s soccer), Matt Boem (men’s soccer), Mustafa Saaed (men’s wrestling), Kayla Martin (women’s swimming), Sydney MacDonald (women’s track & field), Jaclyn Purcell (women’s hockey), Lindsey Lohnes (women’s soccer).

Fourth row: Stephen Anderson (men’s hockey), Jesse Kendall (men’s basketball), Luke Lee-Knight (men’s hockey), Megan Kuciak (women’s volleyball), Will Legere (men’s basketball)

Back row: Alex Robichaud (men’s curling), Siobhan Fitzpatrick (women’s volleyball), Hendrik Compagner (men’s volleyball), Trevor Crouse (men’s curling), Oliver Cooper (men’s hockey), Marcus McIvor (men’s hockey)