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Spring Convocation 2018

Booth University College Spring Convocation and Conferring of Degrees 2018

Keywords: Booth University College Spring Convocation

THE SALVATION ARMY
BOOTH UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Spring Convocation
and Conferring of Degrees

Sunday, April 29, 2018, 3:00 p.m. Knox United Church

EDUCATION FOR A BETTER WORLD

EDUCATION FOR A BETTER WORLD

The Salvation Army Booth University College

SPRING CONVOCATION AND
CONFERRING OF DEGREES

Dr. David T. Barnard, Speaker
President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Manitoba
Commissioner Susan McMillan, Chancellor
BGen (Ret’d) Linda Colwell, Chair, Board of Trustees
Dr. Marjory Kerr, President

Prelude Congregational Song

Living Hope Community Church Band Led by Dr. Marjory Kerr, President
Mark Trickett, Bandmaster
O for a thousand tongues to sing
Processional My great Redeemer’s praise;
The glories of my God and King,
(Please stand) The triumphs of his grace!

O Canada My gracious Master and my God,
Assist me to proclaim,
Dr. Marjory Kerr, President To spread through all the earth abroad
O Canada! Our home and native land! The honours of thy name.
True patriot love in all of us command.
With glowing hearts we see thee rise, Jesus! the name that charms our fears,
The True North strong and free! That bids our sorrows cease;
From far and wide, O Canada, ’Tis music in the sinner’s ears;
We stand on guard for thee. ’Tis life and health and peace.
God keep our land glorious and free!
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. He breaks the power of cancelled sin,
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. He sets the prisoner free;
His blood can make the foulest clean,
Welcome and His blood avails for me.
Introduction
Of Guests Charles Wesley

Dr. Marjory Kerr, President

Invocation Congregational Song

Commissioner Susan McMillan, Chancellor Led by Gen (Ret’d) Linda Colwell
Chair, Board of Trustees
Introduction of Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven,
Valedictorian To his feet thy tribute bring;
Ransomed, healed, restored, forgiven,
Dr. Michael Boyce, Who like thee, his praise should sing?
Vice President Academic and Dean Praise him! Praise him! Praise him! Praise him!
Praise the everlasting King.
Valedictory Address
Praise him for his grace and favour
Elan Marie Mueller, BSW Graduand To our fathers in distress;
Praise him still the same as ever,
Scripture Slow to chide and swift to bless;
Praise him! Praise him! Praise him! Praise him!
Psalm 95:1-7 Glorious in his faithfulness.

Gen (Ret’d) Linda Colwell Angels in the heights adore him,
Chair, Board of Trustees Ye behold him face to face;
Sun and moon bow down before him:
Dwellers all in time and space,
Praise him! Praise him! Praise him! Praise him!
Praise with us the God of grace.

Henry Francis Lyte

Introduction of
Convocation Speaker

Dr. Marjory Kerr, President

Convocation Address

Dr. David T. Barnard
President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Manitoba

Awarding of Certificates

Dr. Michael Boyce, Vice President Academic and Dean, will present
the graduating students to Commissioner Susan McMillan, Chancellor.
The Chancellor will award the certificates to the graduands.
Dr. Marjory Kerr, President, and BGen (Ret’d) Linda Colwell, Chair
of the Board of Trustees, will greet each graduand.

CERTIFICATE IN ADVANCED LEADERSHIP
FOR CONGREGATIONS

Amanda Gail Robinson, Calgary, AB **
Peter Edward Robinson, Calgary, AB **

CERTIFICATE IN CHAPLAINCY
AND SPIRITUAL CARE

Karla Marlene Anderson, Victoria, BC **
June Bobolo, Winnipeg, MB **
Yvonne Darlene Borrows, Nelson, BC **
Ann Marie Braund, Toronto, ON **
Robert Eadie Donaldson, Burgesseville, ON **
Matthew Lorne Dredge, Sutton West, ON **
Doreen Susie Grandy, Halifax, NS **
Roxzena Rose Anne Hayden, London, ON
David Wallace Holliday, Burnaby, BC **
Sandra Marina Jennings, Fort McMurray, AB **
Stephen Carl Manuel, Toronto, ON
David Eber Payler, Union, ON **
Larry Dale Reimer, Altona, MB
Donna Lynn Senter, Toronto, ON **
Valerie Susannah Sherriff, Nelson, BC **

CERTIFICATE IN NOT-FOR-PROFIT
MANAGEMENT

Paul Nelson Blake, Bridgetown, NS **
Claude Dagenais, Sherbrooke, QC **
Elaine Scott Honcharsky, Simcoe, ON **

* With Distinction
** With Great Distinction

Melissa René Jeffrey, London, ON ** CERTIFICATE IN KROC
Russell Bond Jennings, Fort McMurray, AB ** CENTER LEADERSHIP
Margaret Ann McLeod, Brantford, ON **
Lori Patricia Mitchell, Thunder Bay, ON ** William Patrick Brutto, Wyoming, MI *
Sheila Ann Palmer, Barrie, ON ** Heather Lynn Cook, Quincy, IL **
Kelly Marie Rideout, Windsor, ON ** Steven C Cook, Greenville, SC *
Paul Rideout, Windsor, ON ** Tawny Louise Cowen-Zanders, Lafayette Hill, PA **
Sharon L Dutkowski, South Bend, IN
CERTIFICATE OF LIBERAL ARTS Jennifer Erickson-King, Daly City, CA *
Raymond Ralph Erickson-King, Daly City, CA **
Manpreet Kaur Batth, Winnipeg MB Tracie Lynn Hartt, Vacaville, CA **
Gurjinder Singh Dhillon, Winnipeg, MB Juan Mercado, Guayama, PR **
Diksha, Winnipeg, MB ** Leona Gale O'Bryant, Greenville, SC **
Gagandeep Kaur Gill, Winnipeg, MB Matthew Thomas O'Neil, Ballwin, MO *
Harmanpreet Kaur, Winnipeg, MB Katie Rae Pearson, Memphis, TN
Harpreet Kaur, Winnipeg, MB * Bramwell Stephen Roberts, Grand Rapids, MI **
Kanwaljeet Kaur, Winnipeg, MB Sandra Rodriguez, Gurabo, PR *
Karanbir Kaur, Winnipeg, MB Amos Andrew Shiels, Chicago, IL *
Kulveer Kaur, Winnipeg, MB Josephine Elizabeth Showers, Norfolk, VA **
Pawandeep Kaur, Winnipeg, MB Alejandro Eduardo Yanez, Greenfield, WI *
Ramandeep Kaur, Winnipeg, MB
Rattandeep Kaur, Winnipeg, MB * With Distinction
Jobanpreet Singh Khangura, Winnipeg, MB ** With Great Distinction
Navjot Kaur Matharoo, Winnipeg, MB
Harmanjot Singh Seerha, Winnipeg, MB
Rupean Sharma, Winnipeg, MB
Shilpa, Winnipeg, MB
Amardeep Kaur Sidhu, Winnipeg, MB **
Amritpal Kaur Sidhu, Winnipeg, MB
Sukhdeep Singh Sidhu, Winnipeg, MB
Arun Singh, Winnipeg, MB
Dilpreet Singh, Winnipeg, MB
Harjinder Singh, Winnipeg, MB
Robin Singh, Winnipeg, MB

Conferral of Degrees

Dr. Michael Boyce, Vice President Academic and Dean, will present the graduating students to Commissioner
Susan McMillan, Chancellor.

The Chancellor will confer the degrees on the graduands.

Dr. Marjory Kerr, President, will hood each graduand.

BGen (Ret’d) Linda Colwell, Chair of the Board of Trustees, will greet each graduand.

BACHELOR OF ARTS Aleksandra Dobric Stanosevic, Winnipeg, MB *
Samara Joy Enns, Winnipeg, MB **
Wendy Arlene Crabb, Warwick, Bermuda Eva Enyia, Winnipeg, MB *
Edward Franklin Dean, Maple Creek, SK Cassidy Quinn Feniuk, Winnipeg, MB
Lindsay Vanessa Dyck, Winnipeg, MB ** Madison Taylor Hooper, Winnipeg, MB
Justin Michael Robert Gleadall, LaSalle, QC Brynn Leigh Katherine Hupé, Winnipeg, MB **
Steven Thomas Graham, Winnipeg, MB Eleanor Faith Janzen, Winnipeg, MB *
Cindy Lou Hamelin, Parksville, BC Linda Deann Kean, Winnipeg, MB
Terry Lyn Hayes, Tisdale, SK Felicia Danielle Kroeker, Winnipeg, MB
Laura Nadine Hepditch, Paget, Bermuda ** Amber Lee McRae, Clandeboye, MB *
David Bramwell Hickman, Goderich, ON ** Shari Moneth Mintac, Winnipeg, MB *
Laura Elizabeth Hickman, Goderich, ON ** Janet Morangi Mobisa, Winnipeg, MB
Yvonne Rosemary LeDrew, Clarenville, NL Elan Marie Mueller, Winnipeg, MB **
Laurie Elizabeth Reid, Lewisporte, NL Carly Nichole Murray, East St. Paul, MB
Laurie Elaine Sauder, Saskatoon, SK * Emily Anne Nikkel, Winnipeg, MB **
Crystal Rose Wilkinson, Prince George, BC Rebecca Erin Osiowy, Winnipeg, MB **
Neil Victor Earl Wilkinson, Prince George, BC Sydney Hope Park, Gillam, MB
Amy Lynn Patrick, Calgary, AB *
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS Britta Elisabeth Penner, Winnipeg, MB *
ADMINISTRATION Esther Reimer, Grunthal, MB **
Emma Caitlin Winnifred Richardson, Winnipeg, MB**
Joshua Jacob Rempel, Steinbach, MB * Anthony Giles Ringer, Springstein, MB *
Lauren Veronica Rist, Winnipeg, MB **
BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK Kelly Danae Robertson, Winkler, MB **
Brynn Ainslee Rosjer-Doyle, Selkirk, MB
Sarah Bidemi Akisanya, Winnipeg, MB Roberta-Raye Roslund, Winnipeg, MB
Ginelle Karen Baur, Winnipeg, MB ** Erika Margaret Rychter, Winnipeg, MB *
Hayleigh Ann Bell, Winnipeg, MB ** Mike Darrell Clarence Spence , Winnipeg, MB *
Julie Jenny Christie, Winnipeg, MB * Diana Aleksandra Steski, Winnipeg, MB **
Melanie Elaine Coughlin, Winnipeg, MB Hannah Ruth Thiessen, Winnipeg, MB *
Jasmin Thiessen, Steinbach, MB

* With Distinction
** With Great Distinction

Presentation of the Congregational Song
General ’s Medal
Led by Dr. Marjory Kerr, President
Presented by Commissioner Susan McMillan,
Chancellor I’ll go in the strength of the Lord,
In paths he has marked for my feet;
Presentation of the I’ll follow the light of his word,
Chancellor ’s Medal Nor shrink from the dangers I meet.
His presence my steps shall attend,
Presented by Commissioner Susan McMillan, His fullness my wants shall supply;
Chancellor On him, till my journey shall end,
My unwavering faith shall rely.
Dedicatory Prayer
Chorus:
Associate Professor Angela Davis, I’ll go, (I’ll go) I’ll go in the strength,
Program Head, Business Administration I’ll go in the strength of the Lord,
I’ll go, (I’ll go) I’ll go in the strength,
I’ll go in the strength of the Lord.

I’ll go in the strength of the Lord
To work he appoints me to do;
In joy which his smile doth afford
My soul shall her vigour renew.
His wisdom shall guard me from harm,
His power my sufficiency prove;
I’ll trust his omnipotent arm,
And prove his unchangeable love.

I’ll go in the strength of the Lord
To conflicts which faith will require,
His grace as my shield and reward,
My courage and zeal shall inspire.
Since he gives the word of command
To meet and encounter the foe,
With his sword of truth in my hand,
To suffer and triumph I’ll go.

Edward Turney

Sending

(Please remain standing)
Dr. Marjory Kerr, President

Recessional

Living Hope Community Church Band
Mark Trickett, Bandmaster

You are invited to a Convocation
Reception in honour of our
graduates immediately following
at Booth University College,
Waldron Building, 447 Webb Place.

Convocation Speaker

Dr. David T. Barnard

President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Manitoba

Dr. David Barnard became President and Vice-Chancellor of the University
of Manitoba on July 1, 2008.

His career includes serving at the University of Regina as President and
Vice-Chancellor (1998-2005) after being Vice-President (Administration)
and Controller (1996-1998). He previously spent 19 years at Queen’s
University where he was a Professor of Computing and Information Science
and assumed several increasingly senior administrative roles, including
Associate to the Vice-Principals Research, Human Services and Resources
at various times. In 2005-08 he was COO of iQmetrix.

Dr. Barnard holds B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from
the University of Toronto, a Dip.C.S. in theological studies from Regent College,
University of British Columbia and a LL.M. from Osgoode Hall, York University.
His research has been supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering
Research Council, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council,
international agencies and industry.

Dr. Barnard has extensive board experience including at the Bank of Canada
(lead director), the Saskatchewan Provincial Court Commission (chair),
Saskatchewan Power Corporation (chair), Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation,
Ground Effects Environmental Services, Superior Cabinets, Canada West
Foundation, Canadian Research Knowledge Network (chair), CentreVenture
Development Corporation, St. Boniface General Hospital, and Universities
Canada (chair). Currently, he is a member of the boards of CentrePort Canada,
Manitoba Electoral Divisions Boundaries Commission, Greystone Managed
Investments, Royal Society of Canada, and Payments Canada.

Academic Dress

The custom of the academic dress worn by members of the academic procession and by the graduands has a long and honoured tradition.
Most institutions, including Booth University College, follow the British tradition using the Oxford gown as the model. This dates back to
medieval times when the attire had a practical as well as an academic function; that is, to keep the scholars warm in the cool, damp halls
of learning.

The basic components of academic dress include a gown, a hood (worn over the shoulders) and a cap or ‘mortarboard.’ The variety of
colours indicates the particular institution attended and/or degrees earned by the participants. The outer trim of the hood usually indicates
the field of study, while the inner lining of the hood usually indicates the colours of the institution granting the degree.

The outer trim of Booth University College hood is white for the Bachelor of Arts degrees, blue for the Bachelor of Business Administration
and chamois for the Bachelor of Social Work. The inner lining follows Booth University College’s colours, which are red, yellow and blue.

The width of the trim on the hood also indicates the level of degree – Bachelor, Master or Doctor – from narrower to wider respectively.
The outer trim for Booth University College’s three year Bachelor of Arts degree program is, therefore, narrower than that of the four year
Bachelor of Arts degree program. The style of gown, likewise, indicates the level of the degree achieved. The style of the cap is often
unique to the degree or to the educational institution.

Mission Statement

William and Catherine Booth University College,
rooted in The Salvation Army’s Wesleyan theological tradition,
brings together Christian faith, rigorous scholarship and a passion for service.
The University College educates students to understand the complexities of our world,
to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be active contributors to society,
and to know how Christian faith compels them to bring hope, social justice

and mercy into our world.

EDUCATION FOR A BETTER WORLD

447 Webb Place
Winnipeg, MB R3B 2P2

BoothUC.ca

www.boothuc.ca


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