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J.M. Yakasovich, P.Eng. P. Yip, P.Eng. T.S. Shanoff, P.Geo. P.J. Wojdak, P.Geo. A.R. Benson, EIT R.B. Boileau, EIT O.M. Cruz, EIT O.S. Gao, EIT T.H. Huynh, EIT J.M. Matthieu, EIT R.L. Poupore, EIT S.J. Simon, EIT
A. Goswami, P.Eng. J.T. Hughes, P.Eng. W.R. Hughes, P.Eng. R. Huizing, P.Eng. D.A. Kowalke, P.Eng. J.M. Kozlowski, P.Eng. S.C. Ladd, P.Eng. G.M. Mudryk, P.Eng. N.W. Nasralla, P.Eng. J.P. Patrick, P.Eng. F.J. Potvin, P.Eng. J. Svihra, P.Eng. C. Veloo, P.Eng.
E.D. Stock, GIT Geology (M.Sc. Imperial College London ‘07, Ph.D. UBC ‘12 REINSTATE- MENTS T.J. Aben, P.Eng. G. Ablett, P.Eng. C.J. Anderson, P.Eng. C. Beaulieu, P.Eng. F.C. Bousquet, P.Eng. S.P. Burns, P.Eng. F.W. Diaz Acosta, P.Eng. J.L. English, P.Eng.
J.P. Zimmerman, EIT Mechanical (B.Eng. BCIT ‘13) S.T. Zubrycky, EIT Geological (B.Sc. Eng. Queen’s ‘13) GEOSCIENCE T.C. Argast, GIT Environmental Geoscience (B.Sc. UBC ‘07, M.Sc. UBC ‘12) N.D. Crasto, GIT Environmental Geoscience (B.Sc. Guelph ‘08, M.Sc. Acadia ‘11)
I.Y.S. Wong, EIT Mechanical (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) J.H. Woo, EIT Civil (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) J.M. Yeo, EIT Me- chanical (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) S.C. Yew, EIT Me- chanical (B.A.Sc. British Columbia Okanagan ‘13) T. Yip, EIT Chemical (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) P.G. Young, EIT
A.R. Vrielink, EIT Engineering Physics (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) H.S. Wai, EIT Me- chanical (B.Eng. BCIT ‘10) A.D. Wardle, EIT Civil (B.A.Sc. British Colum- bia Okanagan ‘13) M.L. White, EIT Mechanical
L. Tootchi Fatidehi, EIT Environmen- tal (B.Sc. Sharif U. of Tech. ‘06, M.A.Sc. Windsor ‘10) D. Torres Cross, EIT Mechanical (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) J.M. VanHorn, EIT Mechanical (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) H.F. VanHove, EIT Civil (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13) M.R. Vass, EIT Electrical (B.A.Sc. UBC ‘09)
(B.A.Sc. UBC ‘13)
C. Wong, EIT
Civil (B.Sc.Eng. New Brunswick ‘13)
Electrical (B.A.Sc. Simon Fraser ‘12)
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