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UMCE awards more than 200 scholarships

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick — Nearly 200 students from the University of Moncton, Edmundston Campus (UMCE) will share $435,000 in the form of scholarships during the 2019-2020 academic year.

Student beneficiaries were able to meet and thank the generous donors during the cocktail of the scholarship holders of the Edmundston campus organized on Nov. 14.

Following its traditional cocktail of scholarship holders, the leadership of UMCE presented some happy and lucky recipients. The sum of $435,000 was distributed as scholarships.

Here students of the Edmundston campus who received scholarships through the Canadian Heritage Scholarship Fund. (Photo Studio Michel Carrier)

Alexis Rioux of Saint-Basile, sophomore Bachelor of Education – majoring in physical education, is the first recipient of the award FSLM- Denise Emond-Gendron-and-Denis-Gendron. (Photo Studio Michel Carrier)

The FSLM purse – business administration sector will be given for the first time in three students UMCE. Seated, left to right, Catherine Nadeau (student) Madeleine Dubé, Vice-President of the UMCE, and Vanessa Bouchard (student). Standing, Mark Landry and Fernande Rioux Landry family representatives Francois Levesque, Francois Boudreau, professor of finance and head of administration Sector business, Erick Theriault (student), Justin Cedrick Maalouf, marketing professor, and Jean-François Saucier , accounting professor. (Photo Studio Michel Carrier)

 

 

The distribution of the Roméo LeBlanc Excellence Awards for hospitality, financial assistance and academic merit and leadership was made possible thanks to the following donors and donor groups: the University of Moncton, Edmundston campus , Canadian Heritage, the St. Louis-Maillet Foundation network funding the campaigns of the University of Moncton (campaign impact and Excellence campaign), and independent donors.

 

 

 

Jasmine Martin, Edmundston, first year student in the preparatory years in Bachelor of Social Work, is the first recipient of the award FSLM – Human Sciences. From left to right, Madeleine Dubé, Vice-President of the UMCE, Nicole Lang, Professor of History, Jasmine Martin and Sylvain Fiset, Professor of Psychology and Human Sciences Sector Chief UMCE. (Photo Studio Michel Carrier)

The contribution of the Knights of Columbus Council 1932 in Edmundston, was emphasized. The picture shows us some of the scholarship recipients of this organization, along with Madeleine Dubé, Vice-President of the UMCE (seated, center), and Jacques Thériault, representing the Knights of Columbus, Council 1932 (standing , In the center). Seated, left to right, Naomi Martin Madeleine Dubé and Emily Plourde. Standing Krissy Pelletier, Jose Juan Violette Jacques Thériault, Chelsea Martin and Naomi Roussel. (Photo Studio Michel Carrier)

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