Art history and classical studies, minor in museum and curatorial studies
Master’s degree in art business at Sotheby’s Art Institute in London.
Philosophy, politics, and economics, minor drama
Heading to the West Coast to complete a double MA in global communications at Simon Fraser University, which includes one year in Vancouver and one year in Beijing at the Communications University of China.
FRANCES S. ALLISON AWARD
Commerce, focus in accounting, minor in psychology
Cole Harbour, NS
Working for Grant Thornton, Halifax while pursuing CPA designation.
Honours international relations, minors in French and anthropology
Returning home for a year to pursue an internship with In Cultured Company, an organization that facilitates conflict resolution workshops between Haitian and Dominican communities, then on to graduate school.
GOLD A AWARD
Chemistry, minor in religious studies
Working for Global Brigades as a program associate in Honduras.
Aviation, minor in religious studies
Becoming a flight instructor at Moncton Flight College to gain flight experience before moving on to an airline somewhere in the world.
Entering the Master of Music program in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at Memorial University of Newfoundland, with scholarship.
DON NORTON AWARD
Double honours math and physics, minor in international politics
Internship with the U.S. Senate.
Honours chemistry, minor in biochemistry
Margaree Forks, NS
Master’s in chemical biology at McMaster University.
Honours psychology and French, minor in international politics
New Hamburg, ON
Master’s in either political psychology of international relations at University of Birmingham or social psychology at University of Edinburgh.
Honours biology, minor in biochemistry
Studying veterinary medicine at the Atlantic Veterinary College, UPEI.
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PRIZE
Sociology, minor in Canadian studies
Studying criminology at Saint Mary’s University.
Music, minor in psychology
Pursuing a Master of Music in Piano Performance at the University of Ottawa.
Geography, minors in French and women’s and gender studies
Salmon Arm, BC
Working with EOS Eco-Energy for the summer and then pursuing a Bachelor of Secondary Education at Mount Saint Vincent University.
Honours psychology, minor in English
Master of Child Study and Education at the University of Toronto.
Economics, minor in mathematics
Master’s in economics at Queen's University with scholarship and teacher’s assistant position.
FRANK H. SOBEY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS STUDIES
Commerce, focus in marketing, minor in economics
Working as an intern for a marketing firm in Toronto.
55th RHODES SCHOLAR
Honours chemistry, minors in computer science and biochemistry
PhD in physical and theoretical chemistry at Oxford University.
Biology, minor in Hispanic studies and special minor in photography
Moving to Montreal with his brother and best friend to find a community of young artists and activists. (Though he has not yet given up on his other dream of becoming a doctor!)
GOLD A AWARD
Biochemistry and psychology, minor in biology
Working at Mount Allison in the Admissions Office as admissions counsellor - student information systems, completing a Master of Science in Disability Services in Higher Education on a part-time basis.
Music, minor in Commerce
Master of Music in piano performance and literature at Western University.
Sociology, minor in psychology
Being published in the anthology Salt & Wild: Shelburne County, studying pre-social work at the University of Vancouver Island with hopes of entering the BSW at UNBC, and pursuing the full publication of her memoir on teenaged experiences with disability.
Political science and French
Master’s degree at Linköping University (Sweden) in Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Honours psychology, minor in political science
Teaching English in South Korea.
Chemistry, minor in economics
Going to Fuqua School of Business at Duke University for the Master of Quantitative Management program.
Honours psychology, minor in biology
Saint John, NB
Master of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto.
Political science, minor in French
Attending Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University.
Art history, minor in fine arts
Master of Art Conservation program at Queen’s University.
English, religious studies
Master of Information at the University of Toronto.
Honours math and economics, major in computer science, minor in commerce
Master's in economics at Queen’s University.
Honours biochemistry, minors in French and biology
Master’s degree in either biochemistry or clinical laboratory medicine, with the aim to one day work in the field of pathology.
International relations, minors in Hispanic studies and history
Traveling around the world, then working at Mitsubishi in Japan.
Honours psychology, minor in women’s and gender studies
MSc in applied human nutrition at the University of Guelph.
Master’s in creative writing at University of Toronto, travelling to Nashville, TN for co-writing and recording.
Physics, minors in math and history
Master of Science at Western University, working with Dr. Grace Parraga at the Robarts Institute.
Honours psychology, minor in anthropology
Master’s in neuroscience at McMaster University.
English and history, minor in classics
Attending St. Thomas University in Fredericton to pursue a Bachelor of Education to become a high school teacher.
MACKENZIE KING GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP NOMINEE, LEADERSHIP AWARD
Honours religious studies and political science
MSc in Middle Eastern politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London (UK).
Master's in counselling psychology at NYU.
Commerce, focus in accounting, minor in economics
Moving to Calgary, AB to work for KPMG and pursue CPA designation.
GOLD A AWARD
Political science, minors in French and Hispanic studies
Fall River, NS
Master of Public Administration at Dalhousie University.
Psychology, minor in music
Maclellan’s Brook, NS
Spending the summer working in the Psychology department at Mount Allison before returning in the fall to complete an honours in psychology, with plans to pursue graduate studies the following year.