Loyola Science Medal

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Béla Joós

Convocation 1974. Béla Joós is the recipient of the Loyola Science medal, awarded to the student with the highest overall average in Science. He also received the Physics prize.

Giuseppa Di Paola

Giuseppa Di Paola, winner of the Loyola Science medal, the Celanese Canada Limited Prize for Chemistry and the Society of Chemical Industry, Canadian section, Merit award for Chemistry at the 1972 Spring Convocation.

Nishith Mukerji

Fall Convocation 1973. Nishith Mukerji, teacher and holder of four university degrees, is the recipient of the Evening Division Medal, awarded to the graduating student from the Evening Division with the highest overall academic average. He also received the Science Medal for the highest average in the Faculty of Science and was the valedictorian of the Convocation, held on Sunday, November 18, 1973.

Nishith Mukerji

Fall Convocation 1973. Nishith Mukerji, teacher and holder of four university degrees, is giving the valedictorian speech. He is the recipient of the Loyola Evening Division Medal, awarded to the graduating student from the Evening Division with the highest overall academic average. He also received the Science medal for the highest average in the Faculty of Science. He was the first to graduate Summa cum laude in Evening Division.

Nishith Mukerji

Fall Convocation 1973. Nishith Mukerji, teacher and holder of four university degrees, is the recipient of the Loyola Evening Division Medal, awarded to the graduating student from the Evening Division with the highest overall academic average. He also received the Science medal for the highest average in the Faculty of Science and was the valedictorian of the Convocation, held on Sunday, November 18, 1973.

Richard Z. Lemanczyk

Convocation 1971. Richard Z. Lemanczyk, recipient of the Loyola Science medal, awarded to the student with the highest overall average in Science. He also won the Chemcell Prize for chemistry (highest four-year average in Chemistry subjects) and the Society of Chemical Industry, Canadian section, Merit award, Chemistry (for the highest ranking (over 75%) student in the fourth year, majoring in Chemistry, Chemistry-Physics, or Chemistry-Mathematics, who has completed the course in the normal number of years). He received the medal at the Spring Convocation on May 29, 1971.