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Beadle holds mace before platform partyThe University of Windsor will confer degrees on nearly 900 graduating students during its 102nd Convocation ceremonies Saturday.

Pomp promised for weekend graduation ceremonies

The University of Windsor will confer degrees on nearly 900 graduating students during two sessions of its 102nd Convocation ceremonies Saturday, October 18, in the St. Denis Centre.

Yifeng Li, a doctoral graduate of the School of Computer Science, will receive the Governor General’s Gold Medal, given annually to the student who achieves the highest academic standing at the graduate level. Read more on this distinguished individual in the related story “Computer science grad a gold-medal winner.”

The Fall Convocation schedule begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, when degrees will be conferred on the graduating classes in the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Science, and Inter-Faculty Programs.

At the 3 p.m. session, degrees will be conferred on the graduating classes in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Human Kinetics; Faculty of Law; and the Odette School of Business.