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Congratulations to the Class of 2022
On June 2 we cheered on our 2022 graduates as they crossed the stage in person for the first time since 2019. Meet some of them here:
Enemona Agada was attracted to the Bachelor of Management program because he was curious about how businesses work. When juggling more than one job on top of a full course load proved challenging, he sought and got the help he needed to turn it around.
During her time in the Commerce Co-op program, Kayler Mutyabule used her experience to help make the new Supply Chain and Logistics Management major a place where all students could see themselves.
Francesca Hawkes brought her passion for sustainability to the Corporate Residency MBA program, where she developed the business acumen to inspire and implement change in corporations.
Patrick Law was a chemical engineer in Calgary who wanted to advance his career and make more time for his three children. He enrolled in the MBA Financial Services blended/online program and moved to PEI to concentrate on family, entrepreneurship and investments.
Rebecca Osamudiame came to the Master of Science in Business program because she wanted a new challenge. Her professors helped her hone her research skills and push further to find a thesis topic she was passionate about.
Poppy Riddle made the leap from industrial designer to grad student and information researcher. In the MI program, she found what she needed to fuel her passion and natural curiosity.
In the MIM program, Jason Swinamer found a lifelong network and levelled up his knowledge management skills to ascend the ranks at ADP.
Now at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, MPA grad Byungmin Kang found her ideal work in public service after deciding that education wasn't a good fit for her.
MPA(M) graduate Katie Moran found an opportunity to formalize her management skills and apply learning on intergovernmental relations and Indigenous leadership to her work at the Terrestrial Cumulative Effects Initiative.
Juan Chavez Cabrera came to the MREM program with a background in geochemistry and mining exploration and an interest in how resource management works behind the scenes. Now he's working in risk management at Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Stella Bae and Amir Alavi are among our first Master of Digital Innovation graduates. Students in the program get the skills and experience to manage change and identify opportunities in the ever-evolving digital landscape
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