Congratulations Sprott Graduates!
The faculty and staff at the Sprott School of Business extend our heartfelt congratulations to the Class of 2018!
On Thursday, June 14, Sprott will celebrate 420 graduates from the Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of International Business, Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Accounting, Master of Accounting, Master of Business Administration (MBA) and PhD in Management programs who are receiving their degrees. They will join Sprott’s alumni community of over 11,500 grads worldwide.
The official Convocation ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Fieldhouse and will be live-streamed on the Convocation website.
Following the ceremony, Sprott graduates and their guests are invited to join Sprott faculty, staff and classmates at the Sprott Convocation Celebration, which takes place in the Richcraft Hall atrium.
Sprott Great Grads
To commemorate this milestone, some of our graduates have taken time to reflect back on their experiences at the Sprott School of Business. Read what they have to say about their time at Sprott.
Convocation Medal Recipients
A number of graduating Sprott students are receiving special recognition at convocation for academic excellence. Congratulations to the following graduates on their tremendous achievement!
Awarded annually, when merited, to the graduating students standing highest in their degree program.
- Zachary Hall – International Business
- Chongo Bwalya – Commerce
Awarded, when merited, to graduating students of outstanding academic achievement.
PhD in Management
- Robert Helal
Bachelor of Commerce
- Adam Abdulrahman
- Connor Jones
- Rebecca McKay
- Chiara Palumbo
- Kaila Shatosky
- Shayne Taylor
- Michael Tiberio
- Jade Lim Tung
- Julia Weber
Bachelor of International Business
- Peter Gott
- Sarah McKinnon
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