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Convocation

Raiyan HossainInternational relations grad Raiyan Hossain embraces a well-wisher outside Convocation ceremonies Saturday.

Album a collection of Convocation photos

View a photo album on the University’s Facebook page with images of Fall Convocation

Blake Gecse shakes hands with Sheila MacKinnonIndustrial and manufacturing systems engineering graduand Blake Gecse accepts congratulations from Board of Governors chair Sheila MacKinnon for achieving the highest academic standing in his program.

Medallists among Convocation honourees

The University of Windsor minted more than 800 new alumni during its 104th Convocation ceremonies on Saturday, October 17.

Nick Vukotic poses with Proto Manufacturing’s benchtop powder X-ray diffraction system.Nick Vukotic poses with Proto Manufacturing’s benchtop powder X-ray diffraction system.

Chemistry grad turns in gold-medal doctoral performance

Soon after taking up graduate study, Nick Vukotic was drawn into sessions brainstorming a problem that had eluded his advisor Stephen Loeb—and others around the world—for years. Dr. Vukotic’s design solution led to a cover article in Nature Chemistry that is now ranked as the most-accessed article of May 2012 in any chemistry journal.

Reid BiglandReid Bigland, president of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Canada, will receive an honorary doctorate during Saturday morning's Convocation ceremonies.

Fall 2015 Convocation ceremonies scheduled for Saturday

The University of Windsor will confer degrees on more than 800 graduating students during two sessions of its 104th Convocation ceremonies on Saturday, October 17.

Among more than 3,500 graduands who will receive their degrees this week are winners of the Board of Governors Medals, awarded to the graduating student with the highest academic standing in each programAmong more than 3,500 graduands who will receive their degrees this week are winners of the Board of Governors Medals, awarded to the graduating student with the highest academic standing in each program.

Medals adorn top-achieving graduates

The University of Windsor’s 103rd Convocation ceremonies continue through Friday, June 19 at the St. Denis Centre.

Among more than 3,500 graduands who will receive their degrees this week are winners of the Board of Governors Medals, awarded to the graduating student with the highest academic standing in each program:

2015 Spring Convocation Medals Recipients