Spring 2024 Convocation - Graduate List - College of Education (2024)

Students first. Graduates today. Alumni forever. Congratulations to the newest Bachelor of Education, Certificate, Master's and Doctoral graduates to join the College of Education alumni community.

*If you come across any errors in the listing below, please send an email to ed.communications@usask.ca and it will be corrected promptly.

Department of Educational Administration

Masters Education (Educational Administration, thesis-based)

  • Connie Kocsis,Supervisor: Paul Newton,Thesis: Learning Spaces - International Graduate Students’ Perceptions In A Canadian Post-Secondary Institution
  • Yu Zan,Supervisor: Paul Newton, Thesis: Leading for Learning: Unveiling the Role of Department Heads at a Canadian Research-Intensive University

Master of Education (Educational Administration, course-based)

  • Oluwatimileyin Adeyeye
  • Samuel Agyekum
  • Somkenechukwu Amaechi
  • Iqra Arsalan
  • Jinglin Chen
  • Simone Dold
  • Keli Enns
  • Davin Fischer
  • Reanne Gareau
  • Raphael Ihiekonye
  • Tatjhannah Josuttes
  • Mohammad Ali Kalhor
  • Kelly Kozak
  • Yueshan Li
  • Shu Liu
  • Jennifer Loken
  • Farzana Munmun
  • Rebacca Murray
  • Karen Olryd
  • Olufunsho Oluwajinmi
  • Cyril Reschny
  • Marnie Ross
  • Kerry-Ann Smith
  • David Takyi
  • Jyotsna Thapar
  • doo*shima Ucho
  • Kirsty Ukueku
  • Nicole Vanthuyne
  • Na Wei
  • Benjamin Whiting
  • Brantt Wilson

Department of Curriculum Studies

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PhD graduates (Cross-Departmental)

  • Emma Xing Chen, Supervisor: Dr. Debbie Pushor, Thesis:Transnational Parent Knowledge In Heritage Language Education: A Narrative Inquiry With Three Chinese Immigrant Mothers
  • Jillian Vancoughnett, Supervisor: Dr. Debbie Pushor, Thesis: The Rainbow Bike Experiences of School for Parents Whose Children Have Needs: A Narrative Inquiry into Whose Knowledge Counts
  • Mary Ann (Linda) Young, Supervisor: Dr. Debbie Pushor, Thesis: The journey of a kêhtê-aya (elder): kiskisi sôhkisiwin, tâpôkêyimoh, sôhkitêhê, nâkatohkê: Memorize the strength, have faith, have a strong heart, pay attention

Master of Education (Curriculum Studies, course-based)

  • Martine Bear
  • Colleen Dueck
  • Amy Findlay
  • Melanie Haanen
  • Katie Hall
  • Kayla Heck
  • Dalice Lavoie
  • Joelene Linner
  • Ayla Lloyd
  • Lara Loraas
  • Ryan Lynchuk
  • Abrea Nordick
  • Taylor Palmer
  • Marcie Pasareno
  • Sarah Ratnani
  • Renee Reiber-Hay

Master of Education (Educational Technology and Design, thesis-based)

  • Michael Hoffmann, Supervisor: Dr. Dirk Morrison,Thesis:Developing A Flipped Classroom Model Within The Arcs Framework For An International School In Taiwan:Overcoming Amotivation And Anxiety In Algebra

Master of Education (Educational Technology and Design, course-based)

  • Jason Bourdon
  • Christopher Caswell
  • Shelby Hack
  • Andre LaLonde
  • Han Li
  • Chad Martens
  • Mark Moriarty
  • Nkem (Patricia) Okorie
  • Callam Olver
  • Janae Prediger
  • Patrick Richard
  • Blair Smadu
  • Luke Tilford
  • Kyle Wright

Master of Education (Educational Technology and Design, project-based)

  • Katrina Korchinski
  • Stacey Moser
  • Ilaria Zuzak

Certificate in Indigenous Languages

  • Mika Carriere

Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language

  • Sonya Adams

Early Childhood Education Certificate

  • Shantel Blanke
  • Brianna Thibault

Post-Degree Certificate in English as an Additional Language Education

  • Shayla Berner
  • Sarah Cassidy Holm
  • Karen Minarcik

Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education

Master of Education (Educational Psychology and Special Education, course-based)

  • Chelynn Dantouze
  • Matthew Graham
  • Krista Hochbaum
  • Susan Nunweiler
  • Allison Perrin
  • Kristin Seffern
  • Arynne Spencer

Post-degree Certificate In Education: Special Education

  • Jessie Banks
  • Amanda Beaubier
  • Roxanne Foster
  • Sheryl Hamilton
  • Lisa Heskin
  • Lauren Hooge
  • Argyro Karachalios
  • Carrie McClellan
  • Aidan McKeague
  • Sydney Melvin
  • Courtney Moffatt
  • Alicia Newton
  • Mikaila Perron
  • Lonetta Perry
  • Kirsten Proulx
  • Kendra Sepke
  • Matthew Sheppard
  • Taygan Van De Woestyne
  • Kaytlyn ven der Buhs
  • Jamee-Lea Watson
  • Joanna Watts
  • Haleigh Whitlaw
  • Dana Willms

Post-Degree Certificate in Career and Guidance Studies

  • Lindsay Possberg

Department of Educational Foundations

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Master of Education (Educational Foundations, course-based)

  • TeeJay Crockett
  • Sheri Impey
  • Melissa Koroll
  • Glenn Thorpe

Scholarship Of Teaching And Learning

Graduate Certificate In The Scholarship Of Teaching And Learning

  • Karla Wolsky

Health Professions Education

Master of Education in Health Professions Education

  • John Mike Andraos
  • Helen Chang
  • Tina Choi
  • Aaron Delph
  • Dustin Hanson
  • Salma Imran
  • Mackenzie Kent
  • Jennifer Loewen
  • hina Mohsin
  • Shannon Mychael
  • Tara Noble
  • Emily Pellatt
  • Kathleen Sauze
  • Shazia Sheikh
  • Conner Smith
  • Osama Souied
  • Madhu Varma

Graduate Certificate in Quality Teaching in Health Professions Education

  • John Mike Andraos
  • Salma Imran
  • Shelley Miller-Hertes
  • Emily Pellatt
  • Fabienne Uehlinger

Graduate Certificate: Improving Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education

  • John Mike Andraos
  • Nkemakolam Eke
  • Elizabeth Ferozedin
  • Salma Imran
  • Chantal Issel
  • Poppy Lowe
  • Emily Pellatt
  • Kathleen Sauze
  • Conner Smith
  • Madhu Varma
  • Kristen Vandenameele

Internationally Educated Teachers Certificate

  • Mei Cong
  • Anna Hrytsenko

Bachelor of Education

  • Nida Aazar
  • Montana Adair
  • Abby Adams
  • Megan Adamson
  • Olivia Altrogge
  • Ty Amundson
  • Brooke Andrews
  • Danica Andrusiak
  • Danielle Arcand
  • Roxanna Arnaut
  • Murryum Arshad
  • Brady Arthurs
  • Stephanie Arthurs
  • Kimberly Aschim
  • Jeremiah Astillero
  • Khinyamohn Aung
  • Ram Argien Bagsit
  • Terry Baker
  • Tina Baldwin
  • Mackenzie Bantle
  • Tacy Bartusek
  • Colton Baule
  • Aida Baumann
  • Emma Bear
  • Olivia Bear
  • Reagan Bear
  • Jasper Beaudin
  • Aidan Beaudry
  • Sydney Bekkattla
  • Brooke Bennett
  • Spencer Bennett
  • Hannah Bergen
  • Colt Bird
  • Allyson Bitz
  • Blake Blais
  • Sarah Blomquist
  • Kristan Boehm
  • Brooklyn Boklaschuk
  • Davis Bone
  • Kyra Bonter
  • Adrienne Bosence
  • Kaitlyn Bowman
  • Danielle Boyer
  • Kate Boyer
  • Patrick Brannen
  • Kailie Brecelj
  • Andra Buglass
  • Cheyenne Buttar
  • Aidan Caldwell-Jones
  • Blair Cameron
  • Taya Carnrike
  • Tori Chapman
  • Crystal Charles
  • Joshua Chavez
  • Tailyn Childress
  • Courtney Christensen
  • Danis Clare
  • Sherrissa Clark
  • Elissa Clement
  • Jaywynn Stuart Clemente
  • Hannah Clifford
  • Kara Cline
  • Emily Collis
  • Connor Corrigal
  • Dale Couet
  • Kaylee Crawshaw
  • Jordyn Crockett
  • Aidan Cruthers-Gillis
  • Zandra Nicole Cruz
  • Bailey Culbertson
  • Kallen Currie
  • Tyson Dallman
  • Shaelyn David
  • Sydney Davis
  • Shelby Day
  • Krista de Feijter
  • Chase Lyn Dean
  • Taylor Dean
  • Brittany Delahey
  • Jared Delainey
  • Morgan Delorme
  • Kenzie Derdall
  • Noah Dexter
  • Mckenna Dipple
  • Kristen Doepker
  • Alisha Dorval
  • Zefram Downer
  • Camryn Drever
  • Isaac Driscoll
  • Hunter Dugan
  • Cassandra Dyck
  • Coralee Ebach
  • Jericho Echavez
  • Janna Ellis
  • Madelaine Enns
  • Shandra Epp
  • Tyler Epp
  • Johnathan Fabian
  • Chushan Fang
  • Ireland Farquhar
  • Cree Favel
  • Scott Feick
  • Savannah Fendelet
  • Riel Fidler
  • Gwen Fineday
  • Benjamin Fisher
  • Madison Fisher
  • Rebecca Fitzsimmons
  • Yanic Fortier
  • Emily Fossen
  • Brendan Fradette
  • Serena Franc
  • Carley Fraser
  • Mandi Fraser
  • Robyn Freyling
  • Brynn Friesen
  • Jordan Friesen
  • Nicole Fry
  • Jordan Funk
  • Annie Fyfe
  • Brynn Gabrielson
  • Taryn Gabrielson
  • Drew Gabruch
  • Gideon Galapon
  • Misty Gardypie
  • Shae Lynn Gareau
  • Lauren Gartner
  • Jenna Gaudet
  • Shayla Gerle
  • Draidyn Gibb
  • Jonah Ginther
  • Mitchell Girolami
  • Matycin Glawson
  • Rida Gondal
  • Nicole Grant
  • Philip Groh
  • Brianna Grouchy
  • Jenna Gulutzan
  • Kathleen Gunn
  • Carrie Haimanot
  • Jana Hambleton
  • Liam Hammond
  • Kendall Hanikenne
  • Kelly Hanson
  • Ellie Hart
  • Gillian Hasell
  • Skyler Haugen
  • Kylie Hauta
  • Stephanie Hauta
  • Sarra Hazelwood
  • Parker Heinrichs
  • Ryan Heppell
  • Bailey Hiebert
  • Wayne Hill
  • Larissa Hinrichsen
  • Brodie Hnatiuk
  • Jason Hodge
  • Ashley Holmes
  • Jordyn Holmes
  • Lachlan Horsley
  • Rachelle Hoyt
  • Xiaoran Hu
  • Mackenna Hudson
  • Kianna Huniak
  • Rhett Hunter
  • Kayla Ingram
  • Kimberly Isaak
  • Lyndon Ives
  • Alexis Jarvin
  • Ziyan Jin
  • Emma Jones
  • Maeve Jones
  • Jayla Kaip
  • Cecilia Kay
  • Christopher Kerstens
  • Kashmala Khan
  • Shelean Klassen
  • Alexa Kliewer
  • Paige Klus
  • Victoria Kovach
  • Marcus Kowal
  • Megan Kulyk
  • Dylan Kvinlaug
  • Evan LaClaire
  • Hailey Lafond
  • Madeline Laframboise
  • Shayla Landrie
  • Shelby Lane
  • emma Lang
  • Kaitryn LaPrise-Fisher
  • Patience Laviolette
  • Mara Laxdal
  • Teah Lennea
  • Jennifer Lenny
  • Blake Link
  • Samara Lishchynsky
  • Shania Angel Lozada
  • Emily Luu
  • Christian Macatangay
  • Amy MacAuley
  • Kimberly MacDonald
  • Reilly MacDonald
  • Lauryn MacLean
  • Brody Madarash
  • Jazlyn Magnusson
  • Anastasja Makaji
  • Shaina Manning
  • Emma Manson
  • Bryn Mantyka
  • Jasmine Marchildon
  • Jenna Marchinko
  • Troy Martinka
  • Gloriann McAuley
  • Carson McCaffrey
  • Sydney McDonald
  • Scott McHenry
  • Skye Mckay
  • Jayden McKean
  • Brianna Mckenzie
  • Kiarra McKnight
  • Braden McLean
  • Brianne McLennan
  • Taylor Meulenbelt
  • Reace Michnik
  • Alaysia Misa-Delainey
  • Zachary Moehler
  • Samantha Monette
  • Caitlin Moran
  • Brittany Morin
  • Ethan Moroz
  • Jessica Murphy
  • Kailey Murray
  • Spencer Mykytyzyn
  • Averi Nelson
  • Daphnie Nelson
  • Lukas Newman
  • Kamryn Newsted
  • Lane Newsted
  • Amy Nichol
  • Megan Nicholas
  • Ashley Nickolet
  • Brett Nikolic
  • Cole Nixey
  • Eric Noble
  • Jacey Nordell
  • Jackson Norrish
  • Jacqueline Nutting
  • Yemisi Ogunniyi
  • Connor Olivier
  • Kaytlin Olmstead
  • Hayley Olson
  • Taelor Oman
  • Mikhala Orange
  • Trevor Ouellette
  • Nathan Paintednose
  • Hilary Palchewich
  • Hayden Palmer
  • Renee Paradis
  • Kellie Parker
  • Elise Parsonage
  • Niyomi Pathirage
  • Bree Patterson
  • Kiefer Paul
  • Clarice Pawluk
  • Easton Pelletier-Armitage
  • Anh Peru
  • Rob Pham
  • Danika Pidwerbesky
  • Sarah Pilot
  • Mary Joy Pineda
  • Spencer Pitzel
  • Vaughn Pitzel
  • Lauren Pollard
  • Anastasia Potts
  • Madison Provost
  • Ricardo Quijada
  • Ambrose Purity Michelle Quilapio
  • Rory Quinn
  • Zoha Randhawa
  • Annakah Ratt
  • Savannah Rempel
  • Kaeden Rendek
  • Chase Rennie
  • Jensyn Reschny
  • Abigail Richards
  • Carsyn Richards
  • Abby Ridgewell
  • Safa Roshan
  • Kristin Ross
  • Sydney Rowley
  • Hanna Rowse
  • Jessie Rudderham
  • Joshua Rutten
  • Fareha Saeed
  • Molly Salmon
  • Liam Sander
  • Kelli Sarauer
  • Lindsey Sasakamoose-Augier
  • Suzanne Savino
  • Nathan Schlageter
  • Madison Schmidt
  • Carly Schmitt
  • Kaitlin Scholfield
  • Jaylyn Schulkowsky
  • Ryan Schwab
  • Rachel Sherven
  • Roxanna Shoemaker
  • Alyssa Shymko
  • Mary Sidloski
  • Safiya Sidyot
  • Danielle Siemens
  • Kenedee Siemens
  • Brooke Silver
  • Chastan Sim
  • Mercedes Simpson
  • Hannah Siwak
  • Ashley Skavlebo
  • Karissa Skye
  • Austin Sloan
  • Irena Smith
  • Dylan Sochaski
  • Lindsay Solnicka
  • Landon Solomko
  • Sarah Sparks
  • Abbie Sperling
  • Thielia Spyglass
  • Anastasia Steinbach
  • Brooklyn Stinson
  • Heidi Stratton
  • Kaitlyn Stroeder
  • Cameron Stronski
  • Marissa Sundelin
  • Kaitlyn Suru
  • Dallas Sutherland
  • Sydney Svean
  • Morgan Svenkeson
  • Chasity Sylvestre
  • Sydney Tansowny
  • Kaitlyn Tarko
  • Logan Tatlow
  • Halee Taylor
  • Morgen Tebb
  • Reese Tetzlaff
  • Evan Thomas
  • Madyson Thomsen
  • Skylar Thomson
  • Kennedy Topott
  • Brandi Tourand
  • Morgan Tucker-Lester
  • Sarah Unrau
  • Matthew Unruh
  • Taylor Vandale
  • Starlynne Vandenheuvel
  • Alicia Vassell
  • Paige Wacker
  • Drusilla Waltz
  • Jordyn Walz
  • Colton Ward
  • Jennifer Weber
  • Ashley Weenie
  • Mason Weese
  • Casandra Wehner
  • Nikki Weisbeck
  • Ryann Welch
  • Hope Werle
  • Annika Wheaton
  • Kennedy White
  • Benjamin Willms
  • Heather Wilson
  • Katrina Wilson
  • Emma Winrow
  • Emmett Wisse
  • Alexandra Woelke
  • Cameron Wolsey
  • Cameron Wright
  • Josephine Wright-Follick
  • Colton Wynnychuk
  • Rona Young-Bear
  • Franki Younghans
  • Claire Zadorozniak
  • Kalem Zary
  • Qingqing Zhou

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Spring 2024 Convocation - Graduate List - College of Education (2024)

FAQs

What is the difference between graduation commencement and convocation? ›

The main difference between a convocation and the universitywide Commencement ceremony is that degrees are not conferred at a convocation, and are usually hosted by either the dean or department head.

What is the difference between ASU convocation and commencement? ›

Undergraduates are presented by college at University Undergraduate Commencement. Convocation events are celebrations of individual achievement where graduate names are called and graduates cross the stage. Colleges and/or special interest groups host Convocation ceremonies.

How long is Rowan university graduation? ›

College Commencement Ceremonies, May 6-9, 2024

Twelve commencement ceremonies will be held over four days – Monday, May 6 to Thursday, May 9, 2024. Each ceremony will last approximately one hour and thirty minutes from processional to recessional and will include the stage crossing of each graduate.

Where is Rutgers graduation 2024? ›

The Class of 2024 enters the field at SHI Stadium at the start of Rutgers 258th Anniversary Commencement on Sunday, May 12, 2024.

What happens in a convocation ceremony? ›

Convocation includes a featured speaker and individual recognition of each student who has conferred a degree. In addition, doctoral students are hooded at convocation and students who receive other awards are recognized.

What is the purpose of a convocation? ›

In the context of higher education, convocation may be operationally defined as an assembly of members of the college community who come together for any or all of the following purposes: (1) to celebrate new students' entry into higher education, (2) to officially welcome new students to the college, (3) to formally ...

How long does ASU convocation last? ›

Graduates must be seated inside the arena by 1:50 p.m. Students arriving later than 1:55 p.m. will be directed to available seating after the start of the ceremony and may not be able to sit with their cohort or classmates. 2 p.m. Ceremony begins. The ceremony is expected to last about 90 minutes.

How big is the ASU graduating class in 2024? ›

The largest graduating class in the history of Arizona State University celebrated their new degrees with “Pomp and Circ*mstance” during spring 2024 commencement ceremonies on Monday. Of the nearly 20,700 ASU students graduating this semester, about 13,800 are undergraduates and 6,900 are graduate students.

What day is ASU graduation 2024? ›

University Undergraduate Commencement will take place Monday, May 6, 2024 at 7:30 pm on Frank Kush Field at Mountain America Stadium.

What GPA do you need to graduate from Rowan University? ›

Graduation Requirements

Attain a 2.0 GPA; meet admission requirements for specific minors if chosen as their focus area; complete 120 semester hours (30 s.h. must be at Rowan); complete the following degree requirements: General Education & Rowan Core courses ....................

What is the average salary after graduation at Rowan University? ›

Rowan University Salaries

Six years after enrolling, alumni who are working have average earnings of $38,900 per year. After ten years, graduates earn $53,300 on average.

What time is Rowan University graduation 2024? ›

Following the ceremony, graduates and guests are invited to a reception. Each graduate receives 4 guest tickets. The University Commencement Ceremony & Celebration will take place *Saturday, May 4, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. in Richard Wackar Stadium.

What is the difference between convocation and commencement? ›

Doctoral graduates have their names read and cross the stage at Graduate Commencement. Master degree candidates will be announced by college, but not individually. Convocation events are celebrations of individual achievement where graduate names are called and graduates cross the stage.

Who is the youngest Rutgers graduate? ›

In 1996, Hannes Sarkuni of Cranbury became the university's youngest graduate when he earned his degree at 14. His brother, Sehrope, and cousin, Shant, followed in his footsteps and graduated from Rutgers a few years later. They were both 15.

What is the difference between Rutgers convocation and commencement? ›

Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Rutgers Health Commencement, the big celebration for students receiving all degree types—undergraduate, graduate, and professional, is held in May of each year. School convocations are ceremonies with their own distinct traditions, including individual recognition of each graduate.

Why is it called commencement instead of graduation? ›

Why is graduation called “Commencement?” It is, after all, a ceremony to mark the completion of something. The word reflects the meaning of the Latin inceptio – a “beginning” – and was the name given to the initiation ceremony for new graduates in medieval Europe.

What is the meaning of convocation? ›

a : a large formal meeting of people (such as church officials) b US : a meeting of the members of a college or university to observe a particular ceremony (such as the beginning of the school year or the announcing of awards and honors) — often used before another noun. a convocation center.

Why might someone call a convocation? ›

A convocation is a calling together of people — or it can also refer to the group that has gathered in response to the convocation. A convocation of students might protest a new dress code policy.

Does everyone go to convocation? ›

Do I Need to Attend My Graduation Ceremony? In a word, no — there are no academic repercussions to skipping commencement.

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