More than a thousand visitors are expected to flock to Armidale for the University of New England’s Winter Graduation to celebrate the achievements of its students.
The three ceremonies of Winter Graduation will take place on Friday 25 and Saturday 26, and will mark the culmination of many years of study and hard work for graduands and their families.
On Friday, 25 August at 3pm graduands from the Faculty of Science, Agriculture, Business and Law (SABL) will be presented with their testamurs. UNE Distinguished Alumni Award and Order of Australia recipient Inaam Tabbaa, will deliver the Occasional Address, sharing a lifetime of career achievements with students.
On Saturday morning at 10.30am it is the turn of graduands from the Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and Education (HASSE) to receive their awards with UNE alumna, Police Commissioner Karen Webb, presenting the Occasional Address, offering valuable perspectives on leadership and community service.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health will hold their Awards Ceremony on Saturday afternoon at 3pm and Australia’s second National Rural Health Commissioner Adjunct Professor Ruth Stewart MBBS will address the cohort.
For more information visit: https://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation.
Congratulations to all the graduands!!
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