Humber Spring 2019 Convocation – School of Health Sciences

Humber Spring 2019 Convocation - School of Health Sciences



last forever together it's like berries on the vine it gets sweeter all the child [Applause] it's like berries on the vine it gets sweeter all the time it's not together it's like berries on the vine it can swear all the time thank you thank you Mykonos downtown walking fast faces pass and I'm home bound Blakely head making my way making my way through the crowd and I need you and I miss you and now if I could into the same do you think time would pass me by cause you know I'd walk a thousand miles if I could just see tonight this always sounds like this when I think of when I wanna if you ever think of me inside of the cup alone running around and no precious memory and I made you and I miss you and now I if I could pass me by I walk a thousand miles if I could just see and I I don't wanna let you boys Johnno I don't wanna let this go I don't picking my way downtown walking fast faces pass and I'm home bound staring blankly ahead making my way making my way through the crowd I still need you I still miss you and now if I could do things I know I want the thousand pounds of I could just see the skies pass me by I walk a thousand miles if I could just see just say thank you round like a circle in a spiral like a wheel within a wheel never ending or beginning on an ever spinning wheel like a snowball down a mountain or a carnival balloon like a carousel that's burning running rings around the moon like a clock O's has a sweeping past the minutes of its face at the world is like an apple whirling silently in space but the circle said she find the women of your by like a tunnel that you followed to a tunnel of its own down a hollow to a cavern where the Sun has never shone like a door that keeps revolving and a half a gotta train or the ripples from a pebble get someone's heart says in a stream like a clock who sends a sweeping pass the minutes of its face and the world is like an apple whirling silently in space but the circles that you find if the women of your mind he's a jiggle in your pocket words a jangle in your head why did suffer go so quickly was it something that I said let us walk along a shard and leave the footprints in the sand it's the sound of distant drumming just two fingers on your head which is hanging in the hallway or the fragment of a song I've remembered names it faces but to whom do they belong when you do that it was over we suddenly wear that the autumn leaves were turning to the car like a circle in a spiral like a wheel within a wheel never ending or beginning on an ever spinning wheel as images whined like the circles that you find in the windmills [Applause] she's a jungle in your pocket words that jangle in your head why did some I go so quickly was it something that I said lovers walk along the shore and leave the footprints in the sand it's the sound of distant drumming just two fingers on your head pictures hanging in the hallway or the fragment of a song have remembered names and faces but when you do that it was over we suddenly win that the other leaves were turning to the car like a circle it was spiral like a wheel within a wheel Neverending go beginning ever spit wheel I see images of wine that the circles our chief ID in the Whitman Oh thank you we are here for a convocation class of 2018 we are so happy I love Humber I just want to thank all my professors they all did an awesome job chef Kumar chef Sergio and chef ku and chef Gonzales for all their ongoing support and coaching I would like to thank all the professors because they really helped me and guided me through I even feel proud that because of me I graduated and my parents got to come to Canada from India and they came with me to celebrate this day I am so proud of my students this is like the culmination of so much hard work and it's such a joyful time to see them so happy and it for teachers it's it's a really proud moment for us they know what to expect and they know what to teach us and what will be really helpful in the industry so they were really helpful to guide us in the right direction the people the teachers I love everything about it a lot of hard work put into this program and now I'm at the end and ready to start my my career and future I chose Humber because well my parents chose Humber as well I did the landscape program and I was in the fashion marketing and business program in 1988 I do want to thank my parents for being so supportive and my family they were always there when I needed it and they kept on pushing me forward you can do it it's not expecting that my parents will be here but it's a great opportunity for me I'm feeling blessed today so now I'm done with my internship so now I'm full-time working there I'm thinking to come back in a Humber College again and to complete my bachelor's degree also it's incredible the fact that I've gotten here through like our program is really really heavy so the fact that I got here I have so much family support it means a lot we're very proud of her yes now we are Humber are who we are Humber hi everyone and welcome to convocation the ceremony is about to start we are reaching capacity in convocation Hall in order to accommodate as many guests as possible we ask you to remove all personal belongings for open seats and do not leave any empty seats between guests thank you and congratulations to all of our graduates good morning everybody we are Humber Music and we're here to entertain you for the duration of this ceremony this next time we're about to sing is wake up hope you enjoy wake up everybody no more sleeping in bed no more backward thinking time for thinking the world has changed so very much for why do you study there is so much hatred war poverty oh yeah wake up all the teachers time to teacher go away maybe put a listen to wash your hair to say there the world also scum enough the world has set my hands where did teach your children teach the very best she can if we just let it be we gotta change again I just you and me wake up all the doctors make the old people well they're the ones who suffer and gets all the head but they don't have much very long before the Judgment Day so won't you make them happy before they all pass away all the time to build do it if we the part we have to do is put a sure this will work Cathy do it every time the world won't if we just the world we can change again [Laughter] everybody welcome everybody thank you thank you now you you go and say you want your freedom down it's only right that you should play the way you feelin well the Sun carefully to the south of your lawn names like ah dr.xu man in the stillness of the memory what you are and what you and what you have you only happens when it's raining Oh the che with me they will come and you now you're going to see the priest over yonder I keep my visions to my say it's all of us to wrap around the dreamers and have you any dream like trees alone is like a drive somewhere in the stillness of a memory in what you are and what you and what you had you we happen just when it's raining players only do see they will come when the rain washes you can boy players only live wonderfully when he washes you clean you know thank you thank you the next time that we're about to sing is actually an original of mine it's called it's for everyone so I hope you enjoy it we were walking on the edge of time I'm glad you're mine I know you stay this time free words riding in my ear tonight what will we find our treasure is my heart all by the war I could see it's hard enough build a wall in the morning a feeling funny well I know that I know I believe in something and I know that a road that is lovey Scully are we going wrong in the world a day put your heads on the water can you hear what the wind might say by the word were you standing when you walk it true you carry on it's for everyone don't you every time into the life I found my paradise turning in circles we were all right my fragile mind I left the knife beat ha ha ha and old by the wall I can see it's hurting built a wall in the morning a feeling funny when I know that I know I believe in something and I know down the road that is Robbie's coming are we going on in the world today with your heads on the water can't you hear what the way might say so we live in love by the word we instead yeah when you walk in the truth you Oh I've been looking through these walls I've been looking through these windows to the highest world whoa I've been looking through these ones look into his word – the highest world are we going wrong in the woods when your hands are the water can you hear what the way through a living love by the word we said when you walk it true you carry on it's for everyone this song is for everyone Oh Oh it's for everyone so Roberts in cyber Academy de Gras tilapia prevention considers a paella my brokerage in the time of a basilica Valhalla yeah school ever slam identify release an Hamburg Commissioner Mondavi era salvo Turner with Delta and lahardee curvature messner deprecated considered up a year for vertice little Mubarak Juhani Thiele DJ nom de una tienda Blair felicitations diploma saffiano bought bought maracas humble shop graduate scheme army our own eco-villains Angeles Urban and NVIDIA tio Molotov join or start our lives vomit graduate summa kalla Tony Oprah Hamburg convocation and I really believe this and you often hear it at convocation ceremonies but people start off and I often do myself saying it's the best day of the year at the college on the day of the graduates ceremony they will arrive at the Toronto Congress center where they will be down in the regalia that fits their program that they're graduating from they'll be marshaled into the venue at the time in which their name is called they will cross the stage shake their hand with our president and Board of Governors Athiya events conclusion and they will have the opportunity to get together with their guests and family the real highlight and the significance for me is standing on the stage because I get the privilege of shaking hands and when they cross the stage to receive their diploma and there's and there's nothing better than then looking over and watching the next person walk across the stage because you get every mix of emotions some are terrified some are really savoring the moment it is a celebration for sure of our students but it's a celebration of everyone's contribution towards student success as well Jennifer Dodd an essay carefully Calahan oh no no both both were dying from the era when I phoned earlier my visa felicidades Gregoire Oh congratulations graduates imagine there's no countries he's in a heart nothing to kill die for you know religion imagine our you you may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one I hope someday you will join us and the world will be one imagine there's no heaven it's easy if you try no hell knows her the sunny sky imagine all the people living for today imagine no possessions I wonder if you can no need for greed or hunger a brotherhood of man imagine all the people living life in peace or you may say I'm a dreamer I hope someday you will join us hit the whammies you magic no possessions I wonder if you can no need for greed or hunger a brotherhood of man all the people sherry man join us thank you thank you I can see clearly now raining school I can see Stickles in my way gone are the dark clouds had me believe it's gonna be a bride gonna be bright sunshiny day I think I can make it now the pain is gone all of my bad feeling said this serve you there is a rainbow betrayed no it's gonna be a bride gonna be bright sunshine look all around nothing but loose a look Street nothing but no look straight ahead nothing I can see the rain soon I can see stinkles in my right some Nina thank you seven days was all she wrote a kind of ultimatum look she gave to me she gave to me when I thought the field had cleared it seems another suit appeared to challenge me woe is me far I had a make a choice my options are decreasing hoarsely rapidly well we'll see I don't think she beloved this time my options are to make her mine it's plain to see the mighty flee I could wait to choose stea would be fine Thursday's on Friday give me time Sunday suddenly the fact is over 6 feet 10 my instar fear another man but not me the mighty flee ask if I am Mouse of man you're burning me in time before his team it doesn't bother me my rival is the undertow my rival seems to be neanderthal it makes me think perhaps I'd need a dream like you is no problem here we won't be playing Scrabble for her part I fear I need that beer to choosing a fine Wednesday would be fine Thursday Friday every time seven days will quickly go the fact remains I love her song seven days so many ways but I can go no I can run away I couldn't wait to choose if I'm we tried me time son me too so they will be too thank you [Applause] [Applause] Oh hi everyone and welcome to convocation the ceremony is about to start and we are reaching capacity in convocation Hall in order to accommodate as many guests as possible we ask you to remove all personal belongings for open seats and do not leave any empty seats between guests thank you and congratulations to all of our graduates so turns in our lives we all have pain we all have sorrow but if we are wise we know that there's always tomorrow lean on me when you're not strong and I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on it won't be long so I'm gonna need somebody to lean on please swallow your pride if I have things you need to borrow before no one can feel those of your needs that's you only minami when you're not strong and I'll be your friend I help you it won't be long I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on it won't be long till I'm gonna need somebody to leave Kubby car ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the stage Richa Tony good morning everyone welcome to the 2019 convocation ceremony the music you've been listening to this morning has been performed by third and fourth-year students from her internationally acclaimed Humber music programs this year we're profiling students from a batch of music degree who have been immersed in performance composition songwriting and production in a variety of musical genres including jazz pop contemporary R&B Latin and world music showcasing their amazing talents today are five up-and-coming artists Gabriella Rogers and tarik Henry on vocals Jeremy who would soul on keys bassist Jarrod Craig and Ben green on drums graduation is an occasion that is very important to the graduates and their families we ask that you respect occasion remain in your seats for the duration of the ceremony and refrain from talking we ask you to please turn off all cell phones and personal electronic devices fire regulations state that we must keep the back I love convocation Hall clear so we ask that you not stand in that area in the event of an emergency please note your nearest exits and follow the staff and now please rise as you're able to welcome our 2019 graduates in the platform party thank you there might be another star but through my eyes light of you is all I see for you there might be another song I understand we would break my heart to I will share but I will it for me I will [Applause] [Applause] but with these bad but thank you [Applause] please be seated good morning everyone and welcome to the 2019 convocation ceremony for the graduates from the School of Health Sciences in fact this is the first of two ceremonies held for the School of Health Sciences graduates the second one will be held later today my name is dr. Lisa Salem Wiseman associate dean School of Health Sciences it is my great pleasure to serve as your master of ceremonies today thank you we would like to begin the ceremony today by acknowledging that Humber College is located within the traditional and treaty lands of the Mississauga's of the credit known as adobe go the place of the black altars in the Mississauga language the region is uniquely situated along the Humber River watershed which historically provided an integral connection for Anishinabe Houghton Oh Sean a wine and wine dot peoples between the Ontario lakeshore and the Lake Simcoe Georgian Bay regions now home to people of numerous nations Adobe Kok continues to provide a vital source of interconnection for all today we acknowledge and honor the land we are walking on the moccasin tracks of our ancestors and the footprints of the future generations to come I would like to begin today's ceremony by introducing our platform party please hold your applause until all of the platform party members have been introduced dr. Ursula Cosette's qey member faculty union that wasn't holding your applause Laura joseph´s members support staff Union okay Steve McMahon Lee program advisory members School of Health Sciences Janet Stewart admissions off advisor office of the registrar Jeremy Brooks member Humber College Council Brian Stafford vice-president lakeshore ignite you're an enthusiastic Bunch today dr. Ronald Stewart program coordinator school of health sciences Christa O'Donnell chief advancement officer Corrine Johnston director planning and government relations Joe Andrews director Orangeville campus kristen lingard associate dean School of Hospitality recreation and tourism Judy Martin acting associate dean School of Health Sciences dr. Sandra Felice director office of experiential learning School of Health Sciences Craig macalmon acting director continuing education School of Health Sciences nice Julie Kirk be reader Barbara Ridge associate vice president enrollment management and registrar Ronnie dolly wells senior vice president transformation and strategic partnerships Jason hunter vice president students and institutional planning dr. Lurie Rancourt senior vice president academic dr. chris whitaker president and CEO of Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning there you go Thomas Barlow member Board of Governors Veera belet's on Dean school of Liberal Arts and Sciences Gary Howe honorary degree recipient dr. Amanda Baskerville associate dean School of Health Sciences everyone your platform party at this time I would Allah I would like to invite mr. Tom Barlow to bring greetings from our Board of Governors good morning well welcome our graduates honorees parents family members friends faculty staff and honored guests it is my pleasure to bring greetings from Humber's Board of Governors first and foremost congratulations to all of our graduates for achieving the success that we are celebrating here today you have worked hard to complete your programs and we on the board are proud of your accomplishments well done second the board wishes you success in your future endeavors you can move forward with your chosen field with a confidence of having been educated one of Canada's preeminent colleges the knowledge and skills that you have developed at Humber will provide an excellent foundation for your future success I would be remiss if I did not also recognize and thank all of those President this ceremony that have supported our graduates in their studies at Humber the Board of Governors understands the important and critical role played by parents family friends and other key supporters in each student's life congratulations to our graduates and all the best in the future [Applause] Thank You mr. Barlow and now I would like to invite president Chris Whitaker to say a few words to the graduating class of 2019 thank you very much Lisa real pleasure to be here today good morning everyone I know it's a little rainy outside today but I can assure you that it is sunny in here today am i right okay all right members of the platform party honored guests faculty and staff family friends and especially our graduates it's my pleasure to welcome you to today's convocation and before I go on I just wanted to say the graduates that you you may not know this but your Dean Jason Powell could not be here today but it's for a very good reason he will excuse me he'll actually be crossing the stage to receive his PhD at another post-secondary institution and I know he'd want to be here I know he's here in spirit I know if he was here he'd want to make sure that you were having a fantastic party here today all right so everybody have fun this is a reason to celebrate this year we're gonna recognize more than 10,000 graduates across ten ceremonies that's a significant number and certainly a reason to celebrate thank you all for being here with us to mark the occasion thank you as well to all the Humber employees who helped make this event happen a day like this takes many people to produce from when our graduates arrive and receive their gowns – when they cross the stage in a few minutes you our faculty and staff work tirelessly to make this day memorable for our graduates and their families and we're grateful for your efforts now I've been part of many convocation ceremonies as a professor as a president and most importantly as a parent I share the many emotions that we're all feeling today the pride of achievement the joy of success and yes even the relief that this day has finally come yeah let's give yourselves a round of applause convocation is my favorite time of the academic year because it's a time for our community to celebrate our students achievements and to look ahead to the new beginnings and abundant possibilities that await our graduates and before we recognize their accomplishments I'd like to take the opportunity to thank those who helped their grads along the way to Humber's faculty and staff thank you for your dedication and commitment our students wouldn't be here without your support wisdom and encouragement let's give our faculty and staff around of applause please thank you also to friends families and loved ones for supporting our graduates through those ups and downs of college life your support comes in many ways financial emotional financial lending at lending a hand and did I say financial okay got it I think you deserve a round of applause as well and now to our graduates you did it you've earned the spotlight that you're receiving today the spotlight is on you not just because of what you've achieved that because you are the leaders of tomorrow according to an article published last year in the Harvard Business Review great leaders are confident connected committed and courageous all of these attributes attributes are within each of you you've spent the last weeks months and years honing your skills and knowledge in classrooms and in workplaces your experiences have helped grow your confidence you are connected you have networked with fellow students faculty and industry representatives throughout your program you are also now part of the growing community of Humber alumni around the world who are making their mark and making a difference you are committed you made the decision to change your life through education and have put in the work to get to this day you are courageous as students each of you came to Humber from somewhere else from high school or another post-secondary institution from a job from another city or even another country it took courage to reach this point and it will take more in the future as you are faced with new situations and environments some consider courage to be an innate character trait something you're born with others consider courage to be a skill something that you develop and can strengthen over time I believe it's a choice here at Humber we chose to make courage one of our core values we need to be bold to chart a new course when it comes to education to change our programs to ensure they are relevant responsive and anticipate how the world is evolving to change how we operate to give our students more choice and flexibility we believe everyone at Humber should feel empowered to make bold choices tackle inequity and try new things and we want the same thing for our graduates we want you to leave Humber with the courage to act to take risks and to fail and if you fail to have the courage to get learn from what you did and try again right now there's a special on Netflix by University of Houston research professor brené Brown called the Kerr the the call to courage and yes I am still hip enough to know what's trending on Netflix according to brown Courage requires two things vulnerability and involvement vulnerability she says is not about winning or losing it's having the courage to show up when you can't control the outcome it's having the courage to admit you don't have all the answers it's pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone because that's where you learn the most it's the courage to let yourself change and grow courage is needed now more than ever and you have the skills and knowledge to lead the way we live in uncertain times across the globe we're all grappling with political tensions the climate crisis and changing economies I encourage you to get involved and be the change you want to see in the world remember that global network of Humber alumni I mentioned let me give you a short example of someone who did just that Raoul Singh graduated from Humber's paramedic program in 1993 soon after he was backpacking in Nepal when a series of landslides wiped out a village he ran a disaster response team to help manage the crisis but found that most of the funding got lost in administration before getting to the people who needed it he changed that by founding global medic an organization that provides efficient and cost-effective disaster relief globalmedic has led more than 50 missions in more than 30 countries since they started their efforts have helped countless people around the world survive life-threatening situations following catastrophes in 2009 Rahl was named one of Canada's top 40 under 40 and in 2010 he was included on Time magazine's list of the hundred most influential people in the world not bad all of that because he had the courage to be the change he knew would at others so no pressure but the world is counting on you and I know you're up for the challenge as you move on remember to think critically to question and challenge with some accept at face value and seek ways to contribute give back and get involved you leave here with a strengthened ability to make sense of the world to make the right choices to engage and make a difference for yourself and others even when it isn't easy as a Humber student you've been part of one of Canada's most diverse and inclusive institutions so embrace diversity in all its forms from race religion place of origin culture sexuality gender identity age to economic status and more it's up to each of us to acknowledge and to seek to understand these differences and find ways to build bridges establish common ground and be allies you are now one of the more than 250,000 alumni who are the college's reputation in action I encourage you to continue in their footsteps by making your mark on the world doing your community proud and of course keeping in touch with us we'll keep an eye on those Instagram stories everyone here is proud of all you've achieved you are now in forever part of the Humber family and no matter where you go our doors are always open and you're always welcome home so be bold be brave be amazing because we know you can congratulations and thank you [Applause] Thank You president Whitaker today we are presenting an honorary Bachelor of Applied studies degree – Gary Howe who will be introduced by dr. Amanda Baskerville associate dean School of Health Sciences good morning it is my privilege to introduce the recipient of the honorary Bachelor of Applied studies mr. Gary Howe mr. Howe is a successful real estate developer and the founder and CEO of the Canadian chapter of the su Chi foundation an international Buddhist humanitarian organization whose mission is to relieve the suffering of those in need while helping to create a better world for all through compassion love and hope Gary is also a philanthropist and actively supports many health related charities such as BC Children's Hospital Canadian Red Cross and the Canadian Cancer Society Gary often says publicly when you serve people you feel happier when you do something for others you help yourself and become a better person Gary demonstrated a significant commitment service and dedication to Humber College during the development and implementation of Ontario's first full scope traditional Chinese medicine practitioner program which is about to graduate its first cohort and send highly competent practitioners into the workforce serving Ontarians and their families in their health goals in addition Gary championed a partnership with between su Chi Foundation and Humber College through which we have been able to establish scholarships for students in the School of Health Sciences to date under Gary's leadership and support more than $50,000 has been awarded to students in our TCM program gary is a friend of the School of Health Sciences and friend of Humber College the learners our TCM program and our organisation are better off for having Gary's supports it is my pleasure to present mr. Gary Howe as Bachelor of Applied studies honorary degree recipient we kindly request that you turn your attention to the screen at this time as we will play a video highlighting Gary's contribution and achievements and his words to the graduating class I went to see the founder of suji foundation and told her the epical to Canada then she told me that since you are going to live under the sky of Canada you must give back to earn the respect bring the seeds of love and spread it and let it grow they invited two volunteers established this Saudi Foundation Canada and carry out the four missions that soo-ji foundation already started education and humanity four years ago dr. Michael John told me that Humber College is looking for our parents in T C and to the future and medicine field education then we started Suchi foundation this is number one effort and he has spent lots of time and effort on making wonderful contributions towards his foundation Humber College has benefitted from this effort the suci foundation has from the very early beginnings of contemplating the development of a program been instrumental in supporting us the recognition from handbook college but it's a great honor not to bully to him it's also a great honor to it's a different age in Canada mr. Howe is a phenomenal and he's a gentle soul he has a steadfast commitment for further in traditional Chinese medicine education and knowledge all over the world it's just just an amazing remarkable man to be associated with the wizard great mission to serve of the community everyone we can change the world we can make a people smile that's the real words we burn so enjoy your life [Applause] president whitaker and mr. Barlow it is with great honor and pleasure that we ask you to confer upon Gary Howe this Bachelor of applied Studies degree [Applause] we have an achievement award to present today this award is the Board of Governors achievement award which will be presented by Tom Barlow this award is given to one graduate in each school who has achieved their academic goals while participating in a significant number of college community and or personal commitments the School of Health Sciences is thrilled to honor lacey archer with this year's Board of Governors award lacy is a mature student who started at Humber in 2017 after ten years of working multiple jobs to support her family lacy is very active in her community volunteering with the Toronto District School Board for trips and special events assisting with wrapping holiday gifts at retail outlets and being part of a young mothers group that does charitable work in the community in addition she has taken the initiative to open her garage to all children in her neighbourhood allowing them access to use any toys or equipment inside and I'm not done there's more since the moment she came to Humber lacy has been a role model for others working as a peer tutor in the Carroll Reid Resource Center being an active member of the ECE student council and mentoring first semester students and student volunteers she is both adored as you can hear and respected by the volunteers in the Resource Center as well as by the ECE diploma students it is with great pleasure that the School of Health Sciences presents the 2019 Board of Governors award to lacy Archer [Applause] well we have now reached the moment that all the graduates and their families and friends have been waiting for the awarding of the credentials with the graduating class please stand as you are able graduates today you are admitted into the proud Fellowship of the graduates of Humber College Institute of Technology in advanced learning an honor bestowed only upon those who have met long-established standards of conduct and learning in the name of Humber College I hereby charge you to safeguard the professional dignity and ethics of this fellowship to cultivate the spirit of inquiry and experiment to maintain the fresh viewpoint demanded in an age of rapid change and technological advancement and to contribute generously to society and to the community around you president Whitaker mr. Barlow may I present to you the graduates of the School of Health Sciences we also ask that you acknowledge those unable to attend today's ceremony who are graduating in absentia I certify that each graduate has met all of the academic requirements for the credential they are about to receive and we ask for your approval on behalf of Humber's Board of Governors thank you we now ask the first row of graduates to proceed to the stage to receive their credential the remaining graduates can now be seated to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the ceremony and hear the names of the graduates as they are called we ask that you please hold your applause until the list of names for each program has been completed and that you remain seated throughout the ceremony we will also be announcing the academic achievement award for the top student in each program please turn to page 67 in your convocation program for the first group of graduates ladies and gentlemen graduates my name is Julie Kirkby I'll be reading all the names of our fine graduates today and the president said we have to have a good time so who's ready to graduate I think I heard more parents cheering than actual graduates all right let's do this this group of graduates is from the emergency nursing RN program Amanda Vijayan that's the only graduate from that program so congratulations [Applause] and the graduate from nephrology nursing RN program sathya Ronnie Aaron assalam [Applause] the next group of graduates is from the nephrology nursing RPN program diny Cuddy Chris Lord Eric dela Cruz Maria Nana Guan Zhong Sharon made Johnson Williams Tina joy Janine Hemant Wan Jia NAVAIR salvation and Jeremy Wong please join me in congratulating the graduates from the nephrology nursing RPN program the next group of graduates is from the refresher RPN program Ashe meets Bath apolonio believing honey Mei Balin katarina Benina Ruby Santana Eugene del Rosario Raisa do mati ami Fajardo Rubel preach diet sandeep core angel Lacan allow Maria Morales john-paul pengon disha patel rain ali Ortolan Oh she'll ma perilla christine joy sawlog Paul soup Anne Tony Rose soup an LR Tonito and Jennifer valo please join me in congratulating the graduates from the refresher RPN program the next group of graduates is from the emergency telecommunications program our Zika and balligan Ashley and God Catherine Barta a tool Bhardwaj ever byrsa Mosca Safra can you may Savannah Jammu Thai Elizabeth de la Cruz arena philomene Delma Sara Dennison Jason Dylan James elcome Stephanie Forlani jazmyne Gil Steven Hawkins Michael hairtie Livan Jeremy Megan John pegas Deepak Kumar Ted Nicole Nicholas ozuna's Megan O'Connor Andreea paternity Caitlyn pie Amber Rose de Cora Sampson adrianna Spencer the academic award of excellence recipient Amelia Thornton Virginia to jeroni andres villa Stephanie with Jarek Kristen wary please join me in congratulating the graduates from the emergency telecommunications program the next group of graduates is from the biotechnology program ramallah 'the escena Chloe bigger Caleb right Tania Brock Bernadette Hammond Gao William Chao Ian : Drano Natalie cord Oh Rachel George Dorota Grabowski Moe Preet Kaur knowing Lama rubia Mahmood the academic award of excellence recipient en Tao my Edison Munoz Thomas Osborn Vasavi Ott's ague Mohammed Sidique II George CG honest Rachelle Sinclair Vanessa sook Raj Whitney Turner please join me in congratulating all the graduates from the biotechnology program the next group of graduates is from the early childhood education program there are a couple of them here Shanice Abrams Griselda El Faro Lisa Alan brown Jody Lee Anderson Ruth Antigua already an award winner today Lacey Archer Sorrenti knee area rod Nam Rabia Aurora Rhonda oh sorry [Applause] Aisha seam Andrea Ayub Nabi ha I obey Rajinder Bowie jazmyne Brar Manpreet bass round Millicent Brown Dana brunette Victoria buco Marsh Anna Campbell Lynn cow Gabriela kogo hello Darryl castle on Shana cater Carolyn chambers shame chitter Minh Stephanie seat Reno Rachel Cooper Brito Amanda Cosentino Amanda Kulig my on dang Celine Rollo Daponte [Applause] he's probably a keeper party Dylan Erica Dodson Ashley didn't ski sharing Toma Charlene D'Souza Anisha your shouldered orga sube eridan Emmeline Espinoza Gonzalez Natasha Ferran AK Wendy Flores Julianne for Cena Firdaus garage ramen deep come on brandy Gannon Ryan Gobin Nisha Gonia an ER it's a Gonzalez [Applause] Sasha gay Gordon faith gorgeous Amanda grease ler miyeon wack breanne Hagerman Courtney Haggerty Stacy Hemmings Iman hair see Rasheed hosin Cheryl Henry [Applause] Trisha Jai Ram Zhang Lin Joe Leticia Johnson Annika Johnson Manisha car wall Aamir at core our Mandir core can while jet core Rajveer core Sarbjit core Daisy Kaushik komoi akeli [Applause] Tek Kellerman Manpreet Kyra young in Kim Melissa king taxi Olivia Debbie and Laurence Shin Jin Lee Samantha Lim Marietta Linate Victoria Leo Julia look a so April Oakes Kelly Machado Maria Macias Marcia's a come Makar he's already a keeper Catherine mallanna [Applause] Jennifer Marnie the academic award of excellence recipient Gillian MacPhail BB mia John Ashley de Silva Mendez Renata Mendez Elsa mallanna's Diana Torres Mon tante Narita Mustafa love Preet Mundy Christina nerrit Elena nazar T Huang Huang hung Kuen Tian late we ruin tram gakuen drank you doin Natalie Nicolas Tannis No brendi Narenda Tamara opaza Nadia voila Deepika pobla de Leanna page Shane part osa shereena patel bhakti patel crystal person Raven Prasad Paula Torres Quijano damn nila Ram jetan Cyril in Ramos Vegeta wrestling gyum Kayla Rothwell Trisha ragu bar Megan rendi Rhea Samantha Reza Angela Rossi Rupali Nimrod Sandhu ramen reach Sandhu Manju such diva sook Raj Sandu girp endure Sanju monette Santa Cruz Brianna Santos Briana Schuler Sierra Leone achiara Annika Sammy Vina Shah sandhaya Shankar Tyler shunts Zana sharp Kamisha surely deep malice Sharma part veena Siva Raja Priyanka soin Rajini Suresh Karen Sonia Tariq Nats annotate rows sandy sandy Sascha Thomas annalisa Tomlinson Laura Tonto Donati Lea Tran oh [Applause] you can keep her – and a bottom Nicole Williams Ram Sena Youssef Ganesa ya Kubb please join me in congratulating the graduates from the early childhood education program we're even getting a standing ovation the next group of graduates is from the paramedic program Julian ball Evelina bilenda benjamin Bowers Cassandra Carnegie eNOS de braga Pavin vir July Bibi Elahi Robert Fierman James Fremantle read Wendy Alexandru hosu Orianna rich session Kevin Quebec King so you're never getting rid of her mahisha Kumaran Stephanie King pardon me Stephanie Ling Ruby Leung Michelle Mac Thomas Marshall Pablo Oh Kota Sean O'Reilly Metta Raber gearson rajeshwar on tina Rotolo jasmit second same or Shahid Averill Silvera Stefan samanya Donald Stark Maximilian spikey Kevin tram Simon Sakura's Rachel vania David Wainwright Andrea wakeland please join me in congratulating all the graduates from the paramedic program the next group of graduates is from the pharmacy technician program Christine ballot Joanne bar lon [Applause] Sara Bali samantha blossom Maldonado Jennifer hyung Chan Sydney Charlton Arisa Chow man gendered Arnie Michael Ghul Mellie and the academic award of excellence recipient the anuja Jake ah–this Warren Nisha caterwaul Miriam con harneet Lacan pal Natalia medvedeva Regina Musa Nadine Najib Keirsey Narula knock Oh N ml nerve Naomi Parker Lara fij air Terrence Santiago Jenni 10 knocked in Tran hiya sue you please join me in congratulating the graduates from the pharmacy technician program the next group of graduates is from the practical nursing program one or two of them showed up – Hannah Allie Jane almirante Beverly amoA vanilla Aang Sara bad WA see young byuk Patricia bake lar krischell Borrero Angelica Baba Norma Boswell Natur Brown crystal Boreas [Applause] Anna Cavallaro Marian Cabrera Alexander Castilla knows Olivia de Loya Raj vendor Dhaliwal terra de metrio Sonia Jurkowski Emma Doherty Shelly Elliston Florence Elsa Sora lady Encarnacion yet a fairer Marissa fosston Irene Flores Nisha Gandhi Joyce Hill Gilligan Andrea gomez nervous Simone green who maharba Andrew hatin Sydney Herrmann jessicaho Laura Hoyos Victoria vancive NADRA Jackson Kavita jaga's our Tamara James Maria Jackson disea Johnson Daniel wani Josh gerrett Kelsey deepen Dirk or non fini kathirvel Alicia Cavanaugh Hyman Kim hey Dina Carmindy jugglin anla got Morgan low Brittany Martin's Keyshawn Mathews ESET Mauricio Leticia McKenzie Brianna Minard [Applause] kiram NZ Ivana Mir cough gag and deep Nagi Amanda Nerine lanty – it goin Elizabeth okay Lana I didn't do OCH para Timmy – Paola will Caray Sakshi pal deep al-farik michael pollute see he may never leave Courtney pedal Chiara pen FeO Jessica Pereira visca Rajapaksa Sally Rodriguez Quijano Jaspreet Zangara kirats and ooh Harsha CSUN car bar bender Sethi the academic award of excellence recipient Mohammed Siddiqui Eulalia see cuckoo Jessica see Jota Candice sing Devi subedi Alisa suku oh I got ahead of myself this is Alyssa suku Eric Tavares Christopher to you Kristen Tobin Cathy trend tenzin sering Brian Vala Melinda Varga Justyna war tau ski Breyer Watson Mac Wang rinchen Wang Chuck pan jus Nicole Young please join me in congratulating the graduates from the practical nursing program our next group of graduates is from the advanced care paramedic program matthew galicia scott price john Revtech Sara Ann Rob please join me in congratulating the graduates from the advanced care paramedic program the next group of graduates is from the early childhood education special needs program go see a two day Rachel Brocklebank the academic award of excellence recipient Emily de Haan in dee dee doo Roo Clarita salvo Stephanie Goldenberg Jessica Hal Kovich Mandy Pantera Chelsea Jacob Emily Johnston Ayesha Khan Natasha limp Simone mahaveer Sydney Palmer [Applause] Kobe Phillips Sarah pol straw Susan posnick Natalie Rangel Laura Rodriguez Silva Nalini Shamir Amanda Tavares so say 'no – Sarah padushka weed jaja please join me in congratulating the graduates from the early childhood education special needs program and that concludes the awarding of the credentials congratulations graduates [Applause] you did it I would like to thank each of the graduates guests faculty and all of the staff and volunteers for making this convocation ceremony possible we invite all guests to join us for a reception in Alumni Hall immediately after the ceremony following the singing of o Canada please remain standing as you are able while the platform party and the graduates exit thank you it all of us with the way cars we see thee rise the True North strong and free Oh we said no Oh Canada we said [Applause] much a crazy one about to say sunshine she's here you can take a plane go to space with the air like I don't care baby by the way that's what you that's what you wanna do bring me down nothing bringing child you love bringing down down happy happy happy happy happy happy because [Applause] that's what you wanna do

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