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Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science - Great Grads 2012

These five graduates are using their acquired skills to build a better world
June 19, 2012

Every year, we take the opportunity to profile outstanding students graduating from Concordia University. Here are the 2012 Great Grads from the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Gavin Kenneally – Fascination with robots takes accomplished graduate to Philadelphia
It is an exciting time in robotics says valedictorian Gavin Kenneally. He heads to the University of Pennsylvania to pursue graduate studies in the field.

Agnieszka Koziol — Stitching a greener world
Engineering graduate embarks on entrepreneurial adventure that involves making old clothes new again.
 

Nathanaël Occénad  — An engineer with global reach
Electrical engineering graduate helps local borough become a fair-trade zone, sets sights on helping the world through engineering projects.

Jad Saleh — Mechanical engineering graduate leaves behind legacy   
After he won a scholarship, Jad Saleh decided to pay it forward and created the Jad Saleh Student Life Award for Undergraduates, in memory of his late uncle.

Cynthia Volpe — High academic achievement has been a hallmark of this industrial engineering grad
Once in classes, Cynthia Volpe quickly realized that the small student cohort was a big plus of her chosen program.

This is just one Faculty's list of Great Grads for 2012. Read on about others.



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