Yasin Avci, Abrial Cooke, Adrian Debiasio, Lydia MiljanHonour roll students Yasin Avci, Abrial Cooke and Adrian Debiasio, members of the last cohort in interfaculty programs, accept congratulations from professor Lydia Miljan.

Dinner honours top students in arts, humanities and social sciences

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences celebrated the successes of its honour students at a dinner Tuesday.

Acting dean Marcello Guarini said he was “excited” to recognize their accomplishments.

“These students are creating, discovering and leading in ways that are making a significant impact on our campus and in our community,” said Dr. Guarini. “It is rewarding to engage with students who inspire with their commitment, focus and promise.”

Students attain a cumulative average over 86 per cent after completing at least 10 courses in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences to qualify for the honour roll. A total of 139 made the grade in 2015-16.

This year’s celebration also included the last cohort of inter-faculty students, 39 of whom qualified for the honour roll with a cumulative average of 80 per cent or above.

See a photo of all the dinner’s honourees on the faculty website.