Award Recipients

ACADEMIC MEDAL OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF CANADA AND CHAMPLAIN REGIONAL COLLEGE BOARD OF GOVERNORS’ MERIT AWARD – 2016

Courtney Drew

ROYAL BANK AWARD – 2016

Katherine Cahoon

VALEDICTORIAN ADDRESS – 2016

Katherine Cahoon

ANNE THALER MEMORIAL AWARD – 2016

Chloe Chartier and Hannah Bowen

ANNIE TURCOTTE MEMORIAL AWARD – 2016

Elisabeth Mercier

CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN, SHERBROOKE AND DISTRICT – LAMPE FOUNDATION -2016

Elisabeth Mercier

KEN MADOKORO MEMORIAL AWARD – 2016

Kathleen Kirkwood

RICHARD BEGER MEMORIAL AWARD – 2016

Félix Duplessis-Marcotte

OIIQ – 2016

Emily MacGregor

OIIRQ – 2016

Emily MacGregor

PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS – 2016

(FOR GRADUATING STUDENT WITH HIGHEST AVERAGE IN PROGRAM)

  • PURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE – Calila Tardif
  • HEALTH SCIENCE – Courtney Drew
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL PROFILE – Vicky Paré
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE CRIMINOLOGY PROFILE – Alexa Carreau
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY PROFILE – Léalie Fréchette
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE COMMERCE PROFILE – Laurence Letarte
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE MATHEMATICS PROFILE- Katherine Cahoon
  • CREATIVE ARTS – Bianca Girouard
  • LANGUAGES (Myriam Augustin Memorial Award) – Nadia Marsault
  • VISUAL ARTS – Kaitlyn Card
  • LIBERAL ARTS (Heather Fisher Memorial Award) – Jazmine Aldrich
  • NURSING – Eve-Marie Gagnon
  • SPECIAL CARE COUNSELLING – Bianca Robinson
  • ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY – Cordell Drew

SUBJECT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS – 2016

Social Science

  1. Ancient Civilization – Paul Miller, Miranda Dupré
  2. Biology (Social Science) – not awarded
  3. Business (Social Science) – Laurence Letarte, Noah Hogg, Anthony Ellyson
  4. Criminology – Mandy Russo
  5. Economics – Vicky Paré
  6. Geography – Nicole Martinez-Gosselin, Laura Bourbeau
  7. History – Alexa Carreau, Emma Rougerie
  8. Mathematics (Social Science) – Katherine Cahoon
  9. Methodology – Katherine Cahoon, Laurence Letarte, Vicky Paré
  10. Political Science – Alexa Carreau, Kaily McLean
  11. Psychology – Léalie Fréchette
  12. Sociology – Frédéryk Johnson, Kevin Maurice, Kaitlin Pranke

Sciences

  1. Biology (Science) – Sabrina Dirardin
  2. Chemistry – Elisabeth Mercier
  3. Mathematics (Science) – Courtney Drew, Valérie Langevin
  4. Physics – Jeremy Côté, Antoine Waltz

Visual Arts

  1. Studio Arts – Daphnée Perrault , Lee-Ann Sévigny
  2. Art History – Kaitlyn Card, Daphnée Perrault

Creative Arts

  1. Cinema – Bianca Girouard, Sacha Dettingmeijer
  2. Visual Arts – Gabrielle Stalker
  3. Music – Thierry Larose
  4. Theatre – Jeffrey Rouillard

Languages

  1. Communication – Kim Delorme
  2. Spanish – Alice Anais Girard Monteiro
  3. French (options) – Camille Arsenault
  4. German – Nadia Marsault

Liberal Arts

  1. Liberal Arts Methodology – Spencer Nadeau
  2. Philosophy – Jazmine Aldrich
  3. Religion – Chloe Chartier
  4. Art History – Jazmine Aldrich, Nicolas Belisle
  5. History – Hannah Bowen

Nursing

  1. Sociology – Emily MacGregor, Caitlyn Thomson-Wallis
  2. Psychology – Emily MacGregor, Brooke Stoddar
  3. Ethics – Angela Chenard
  4. Clinical Practicum – Emily MacGregor, Joelle St-Vincent
  5. Theory -Emilie Dezan, Eve Marie Gagnon
  6. Pharmacology – Brooke Stoddard, Emily MacGregor

AMT
Business (Technique courses) – Cordell Drew

Special Care Counselling
Special Care Counselling – Annabel Hivert

OTHER AWARDSLt. Gov. Awards

LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS AWARDS – 2016

Nathanael Bérube
Rachel Leborgne

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES CERTIFICATES – 2016

Laura Fortier
Griffin Robinson
Camille Arseneault
Kim Delorme
Nadia Marsault

CHAMPLAIN FACULTY UNION AWARDS – 2016

Jordan Dionne
Jeanine Niyibizi
Rachel Bushey-Rogovein
Heather Major

CHAMPLAIN SUPPORT STAFF AWARD – 2016

Abdullah Amiry

CSA MERIT AWARD – 2016

Ignacia Victoria Cabrera

CPA AWARD – 2016

Samuel Beanland

THE DORIS MILDRED PARSONS ACHIEVEMENT BURSARY – 2016

The instructors of the Special Care Counselling Program are pleased to announce that this year’s recipient of the Doris Mildred Parsons Bursary is Danielle Robertson. Based upon a bequest to the Butters Foundation, the $1500 award is given annually to a second year student who is continuing in the program and has demonstrated scholarship, leadership, and dedication both in the classroom and in fieldwork.  Laurence certainly personifies all these attributes.

SEXed MEMBERS – 2016

Kassandra Savard-Roy
Lua Maizga
Genevieve Potvin
Benjamin Simard

TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD – 2016

Marie-Lynda Horth

THERESA ALLORE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – 2016

Courtney Drew

POTTER FAMILY AWARD – 2017

Will next be awarded at Lennoxville in 2017