School of Forestry graduates eleven

Eleven graduates of the School of Forestry at the University of Moncton, Edmundston Campus (UMCE), received their rush of the Canadian Institute of Forestry (CIF), in a ceremony April 6 in Fredericton. Graduates are Valerie Bouchard of Clair; Isabelle Courcy, Saint-Apollinaire, Quebec; Alexis Couturier, Saint-Hilaire; Philippe Couturier, Gagineau, Quebec; Catherine Dumas, Saguenay, Quebec; Julien Dutil-Séguin, Ottawa; Keven Gauthier, Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec; Caroline Goulet, Clarence-Rockland, Ontario; Jean-Nicolas Letourneau-Gagnon, Saint-Hubert, Quebec; François Morin, Edmundston; and Frédéric Thibault, Saint-Arthur. Graduates of the seven Canadian universities offering a bachelor’s degree in several fields related to forestry receive a similar rush indicating their membership of the diverse group of professionals of the forest.

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