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UMCE forestry graduates receive rushes

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick — Twelve graduates of the School of Forestry at the University of Moncton, Edmundston Campus, received their rush of the Canadian Institute of Forestry, during a ceremony on April 5 in Fredericton.

Graduates are Patrick Brunet, of Repentigny, Quebec; Claude-Alexandre Chouinard, Dalhousie; Rémi Couturier, Saint-Hilaire; Alex Leblanc of Grand Barachois; Riko Madore, Drummond; Laurie Morin of Saint-Jean-de-Dieu, Quebec; Caroline Nadeau, Kedgwick; David Paradis, Gaspe, Quebec; Samuel Pelletier of Saint-Jacques; Maxime Plourde of Saint-Jacques; Vincent Saint-Gelais, Lévis, Quebec; and Vadel Sokoundjou Takam, Yaounde, Cameroon.

The presentation of the reeds has been managed by the CIF since 1967. As part of the tradition, graduates of the seven Canadian universities offering a bachelor’s degree in several fields related to forestry receive a similar rush highlighting their membership of the diverse group of professionals of the forest.

The delivery of rushes was made to students graduating from the School of Forestry UMCE well as those of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management at the University of New Brunswick.

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