On October 26, the Fall Convocation ceremony celebrated the incredible achievements of graduates from across the six Schools of the Faculty, including those from the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (above), whose main graduation takes place in the fall. “A good university degree will, by definition, be difficult at times,” said Honorary Doctorate recipient Alan Emtage during his Convocation Address, “but good Lord, it’s not supposed to be as difficult as what you all experienced in the last few years!” For having made it through with such aplomb, a heartfelt congrats to all our graduates as they embark on their next adventures. Watch the recording of the ceremony and consult the programme.

Please click on any photo below to launch a slideshow. (Photos by Owen Egan and Joni Dufour)


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