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Years of study all come to fruition as graduates cross the stage to receive their degrees at convocation – the ceremony that marks the end of one stage of life and the beginning of the next. Around 150 people join the ranks of Crandall alumni with degrees/certificates/awards in hand, celebrating with the hundreds of friends, family, faculty, and officials in attendance (and watching online).
Here are a few of the highlights of this year’s convocation weekend.
The evening before Convocation, Crandall Alumni and Friends gather for the presentation of the Distinguished Alumni Award. This year’s recipients are Daniel Ingersoll and Rev. Sandra Sutherland.
The Leadership award was presented to Ms. Mary-Jean Irving, president and CEO of Master Packaging Inc. and Indian River Farms Ltd. Ms. Irving shared inspiring words and a challenge to all gathered
Danielle Reimer, graduating with her BA Honours in English, shared an inspiring a brief cross-section of the life of a student and the growth and accomplishment that comes from studying in an environment surrounded by close friends, tough but caring professors, and “a good God in our corner.”
This year, approximately 150 individuals received recognition for completing these programs of study:
This year also celebrates the first graduates from the Worship Ministry Minor program.
In addition to degrees and certificates, awards are presented to students at the top of each program.
Crandall University is Eastern Canada’s leading liberal arts university devoted to the Christian faith. Crandall offers undergraduate degrees in Arts, Science, Business Administration, Education, and Technical Education as well as graduate degrees in Organizational Management and Education. Founded in 1949, Crandall University is provincially chartered to grant degrees and certificates, and is located on a beautiful 200-acre campus at 333 Gorge Road in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.