EIGHTEEN Divine Word University students were awarded medals for their academic excellence on Sunday.
The students were awarded for their performance.Their awards ranged from gold, silver and bronze during the 32nd graduation ceremony in Madang.
Three students who received gold medals were Charles Bas from the environmental health department with a GPA of 3.71, Natasha Lagani from the business accountancy course with a GPA of 3.69 and Aloisa Narlusi from information systems with a 3.40 GPA.
The silver medal students were Scholar Grand from rural health with a GPA of 3.28, Joel Ronapo from rural health with a GPA of 3.27, Clare Kliawil from PNG studies with a GPA of 3.25, Emily Sebastine rural health with a 3.25 GPA and Melisha Andrew rural health with a 3.20 GPA.
Students awarded bronze medals are Quintette Mursau who studied PNG studies with a 3.19 GPA, Graham Supiri who studied mathematics and computing science with a 3.19 GPA, Martinez Wasuak who took PNG studies with a GPA of 3.18, Joseph Angli who studied health management with a 3.16 GPA, Ruth Pero who studied business accountancy with a 3.13 GPA, Eleanor Mianeke, who took up social and religious studies, with a GPA of 3.10, Gloria Arabagali who studied information systems with a GPA of 3.07, John Pas Tiama who studied business accountancy with a 3.06 GPA, Melanie Livingstone, who studied information systems with a GPA of 3.02 and Jessica Wape who studied heath management with a GPA of 3.01.
According to the students’ performance, some of them also received additional awards.
Apart from their gold medals, Natasha Lagani also received the Ok Tedi award in excellence in auditing units and Aloisa Narlusi received the PNG Telekom ward for the best final year project.
Silver recipients Scholar Grand also received the Elton Brash award for leadership and academic excellence and Clare Kliawil received the Foreign Affairs award.
Bronze recipients Graham Supiri and Ruth Pero also received the RD Tuna award, Martinez Wasuak received the Joseph Rainbubu Memorial award and Eleanor Mianeke received the Christain Book Melanesian award.
Gloria Arabagali received the Digicel award; John Pas Tiama received the certified Public Accountants PNG ward while Melanie Livingstone received the Raycom Computers award.
The 18 students went home with their flying colours yesterday with their medals and awards. Post Courier
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