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Devynn McIntyre is set to receive two top convocation awards: the University of Saskatchewan Film Society Prize and the Arthur Collingwood Convocation Prize in Music. (Submitted Photo)

From music to medicine

University of Saskatchewan (USask) student Devynn McIntyre is interested in the arts and the sciences.

In June, McIntyre will receive a Bachelor of Music (honours) degree at USask’s 2019 spring convocation. She will also be recognized with two top awards at the College of Arts and Science Convocation Awards Dinner and Ceremony: the University of Saskatchewan Film Society Prize and the Arthur Collingwood Convocation Prize in Music.

“I’ve worked really hard these last four years, and I’m very grateful to be recognized and to have the chance to be one of the students representing the College of Arts and Science this year at convocation,” she said.

After she receives her degree, McIntyre will explore a new educational path. She has been accepted into USask’s College of Medicine and is set to begin her studies there in the fall.

“My primary goal going forward is to immerse myself in the study of medicine and see where that takes me,” she said. “At this point, I look forward to becoming a practicing physician and discovering an area within the field that I am really excited about.”

Read more on the College of Arts and Science news site.

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