Graduation

Honorary degree for Farrant

Honorary degree for Farrant

Otago business leader and company director Ian Farrant will receive an honorary doctor of commerce degree from the University of Otago - and give the graduation address at a university graduation ceremony today.

University of Otago graduands - 1pm ceremony

About 325 people will graduate in person from the University of Otago with qualifications in many disciplines, including applied science, biomedical sciences, consumer and applied sciences, physical education, dentistry, pharmacy and physiotherapy, in a ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall at 1pm today.

University of Otago graduands - 4pm ceremony

MORE than 350 people will graduate in person from the University of Otago with qualifications in science, in a ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall at 4pm today.

University of Otago graduation - 25 May 2013 - 1pm ceremony

More than 270 graduands will graduate in person from the University of Otago, with qualifications mainly in arts, education, music, teaching and theology, in a ceremony at the Regent Theatre, Dunedin at 1pm today. About 125 other people will also graduate in absentia.

University of Otago graduation - 25 May 2013 - 4pm ceremony

More than 230 graduands in many disciplines, including law, dentistry, health sciences, medicine, pharmacy and physiotherapy, will graduate from the University of Otago at a second ceremony, also at the Regent Theatre, Dunedin, at 4pm today.

University of Otago graduands - 11 May 2013

More than 270 graduands, mainly in commerce, will graduate from the University of Otago at a single ceremony, at the Regent Theatre, Dunedin, at 3pm today.

University of Otago graduands - 1pm ceremony

More than 260 graduands will graduate in person from the University of Otago, with qualifications in applied science, consumer and applied sciences, physical education and surveying, in a ceremony at the Regent Theatre, Dunedin, at 1pm today. About 50 other people will also graduate in absentia.

University of Otago graduands - 4pm ceremony

More than 320 graduands will graduate from the University of Otago in person, mainly with qualifications in science and biomedical sciences, in a second ceremony, at the Regent Theatre, today at 4pm. About 160 graduands will also graduate in absentia.

NZ in need of scientists, Hodgson tells graduates

NZ in need of scientists, Hodgson tells graduates

New Zealand needs more scientists and engineers and a ''stronger science voice'' to deal with the complexities of global climate change and other challenges, former Dunedin North MP Pete Hodgson says.

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