Earth and Environmental Science Graduation 2018
40 Graduates in Earth and Environmental Science at May Graduation
The weather couldn't have been better - sunny skies and a pleasant breeze as graduating students and proud family members attended the graduation ceremonies at Acadia University. In all, 34 BSc degrees and 6 MSc degrees were recognised from Earth & Environmental Science at the May convocation at Acadia, comprising 3 MSc (Geology), 3 MSc (Applied Geomatics), 2 BSc Honours (Environmental Science), 1 BSc Honours (Environmental Geoscience), 3 BSc Honours (Geology), 14 BSc (Geology), 11 BSc (Environmental Science) and 3 BSc (Environmental Geoscience).
Particular honour went to Jackson Malone, recipient of the University Medal in Geology and recipient of the Mining Society of Nova Scotia Centennial Medal, Kirklyn Davidson, recipient of the University Medal in Environmental Geoscience and Shauna Barry, recipient of the University Medal in Environmental Science.
Brendan Vibert (BSc Honours Geology) and Adam Clarke (BSc Environmental Geoscience) pose with Rob Raeside (University Marshal) after the Monday morning graduation. Photo: Terry Hennigar