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Imad AlameImad Alame has been awarded the Board of Governors Medal for the highest academic standing in Windsor Law’s juris doctor program.

Medals to honour top grads

Kaitlyn Drury was a licensed paralegal before making the decision to go to law school. Imad Alame helped Syrian refugees adapt to life in Canada, as he did immigrating from Lebanon five years before beginning his legal studies. Now the two finish atop their class, among the grads honoured with the Board of Governors Medals during the University of Windsor’s 113th Convocation.

The medals are awarded to the graduating student with the highest academic standing in each program:

  • Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences general program – Arts, Maria Jose
  • Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences general program – Social Science, Peter Marval
  • Interdisciplinary Arts and Science, Isabelle Hinch
  • Integrative Biology, Amina Ibrahim
  • Biomedical Sciences, Darcy James Marsden Wear
  • Business Administration, Andrew Spencer Wilson
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry, Melanie Nelly Semaan
  • Communication, Media and Film, Jazmeen Elisa Zanier
  • Computer Science, David Ryan Collins
  • Dramatic Art, Emma Nicole Robert
  • Environmental Science and Studies, Deanna Marie Crawford
  • Economics, Devan Patrick Rawlings
  • Education, Leonardo Anthony Pisciuneri
  • English Language, Literature and Creative Writing, Kristeen Rodregus
  • General Program – Science, Yuxi Wang
  • History, Alex Cramer
  • Kinesiology, Bogdan Cristian Suciu
  • Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Cameron Peter Beggs
  • Law – J.D., Imad Alame
  • Law – Dual J.D., Kaitlyn Danielle Drury
  • Mathematics and Statistics, Jordan James Kiss
  • Music, Lillian Marie Korkontzelos
  • Nursing, Jennifer Judith Hamel
  • Physics, Tristhal Parasram
  • Political Science, Devan Patrick Rawlings
  • Psychology, Jenessa Louise Shaw
  • Social Work, Erica Angela Bassakos
  • Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology, Danielle Shaelyn Quimby
  • Visual Arts, Maryanne Bakos
  • Women’s and Gender Studies, Kayla Nicole Fiala
  • Forensic Science, Victoria Grandi

The honorees have been invited to attend Fall Convocation to receive their medals, but may opt to receive them by delivery.

Read more about Drury and Alame on the Windsor Law website.