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College of Arts and Science Graduation Awards Video Broadcast

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Jun 30, 2020

The June 30 broadcast will recognize medal winners and outstanding graduates in a variety of College of Arts and Science undergraduate programs.

The College of Arts and Science is celebrating its top graduating students of 2019/20 with a special online event.

Tuesday, June 30
7 pm
Watch online: artsandscience.usask.ca/graduationawards

The College of Arts and Science Graduation Awards Video Broadcast will honour our Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 medal winners as well as our most distinguished graduates in a diverse range of academic programs. Join Dean Peta Bonham-Smith, our award-winning students and their family and friends for this livestreamed event.

Info: artsci.communications@usask.ca

 


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