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September 2, 2014
 
 
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Medal Winners



The Governor General's Academic Medal

The first medals of the Governor General were awarded in Canada over 100 years ago. The Earl of Dufferin, the third Governor General after Confederation, inaugurated what has now become one of the most prestigious awards that a Canadian graduate student can receive: the Governor General's Academic Medal.

This silver medal is awarded to the undergraduate student who achieves the highest academic standing in the graduating class.

Recipients:
2007/08  Mary Rose Bufalino (Hon BSc Biology & Psychology)
2006/07  Jonathan Krohn (Hon BSc Biology & Psychology)


Alumni Gold Medals - Honours Programs

Awarded to a top student who has attained a minimum GPA of 10.0 (A-) in the senior courses of their program and a minimum cumulative GPA of 10.0 (A-).  Starting in the Fall of 2005, medals were awarded to the top student in each faculty.  Prior to the Fall of 2005, medals were awarded by discipline.

Recipients:
2011/12  Lindsey Clairmont (Hon BSc Biology)

2010/11  Colin Way (Hon BSc Biology)

2007/08  Mary Rose Bufalino (Hon BSC Biology & Psychology)

2006/07  Jonathan Krohn (Hon BSc Biology & Psychology)
              Meghan Martin (Hon BSc Biology & Mathematics)

2005/06  Alicia Pepper (Hon BSc Biology)
              Sarah Van Es (Hon BSc Biology)


Alumni Bronze Medals General Programs

Eligible students must be registered in the graduating year of a General BA or General BSc program. They must have attained a minimum GPA of 10.00 (A-) in the senior courses of their major and a minimum cumulative GPA of 10.00 (A-).

Recipients:
2007/08  Brodie Nolan (Hon BSc Biology)



Prior to Fall 2005

Alumni Gold Medal Winners

Spring 2004  Aubrey Garrison (Hon BSc Biology & Psychology)
                   Michael Mohan (Hon BSC Biology) (Co-op)
                   Sarah Wagg (Hon BSc Biology)

Spring 2003  Erin Peebles (Hon BSc Biology)
                   Sabrina Schaeffer (Hon BSc Biology & Chemistry)