University of Otago graduands

About a dozen graduands in teaching will graduate in person from the University of Otago at a ceremony at the Te Rau Aroha Marae, at Bluff, this morning.

More than 30 graduands from the university's Southland campus will also graduate in person with teaching qualifications, at a second ceremony, at the Civic Theatre, Invercargill, at 4pm today.

Two people will also graduate in absentia.

The graduands are. -

INVERCARGILL
• Degrees to be conferred and diplomas to be awarded in person

Master of teaching

Jennifer Agnes Vermunt (nee Daly), with distinction.

Bachelor of teaching

Amy Marie Banks (endorsed, primary education); Julia Catherine Bone (endorsed, primary education); Jessica Maree Dickie (endorsed, early childhood education); Amber May Caroline Flawn (endorsed, early childhood education); Heidi Isabel Gentle (endorsed, primary education); Tara Elizabeth Harris (endorsed, primary education); Jasmin Lee Howie (endorsed, primary education); Calum Lex Johnstone (endorsed, primary education); Victoria Anne Kyle (endorsed, primary education); Karen Margaret Leadley (endorsed, primary education); Paula Claire McKee (endorsed, primary education); Ellen Kate Morrison (endorsed, early childhood education); Kerrie Elizabeth Peterson (endorsed, early childhood education); Nicole Margaret Russell (endorsed, primary education); Deborah Sunshine (endorsed, primary education); Hillary-Jane Anna Thompson (endorsed, primary education); Carolyn Williams (endorsed, primary education).

Graduate diploma in teaching

Sally Bailey, early childhood education; Nathan Daniel Bergin, secondary education; Paul Daniel Burke, secondary education; Annette Pearl Ferguson, secondary education; George Adam Garthwaite, secondary education; Sarah Jane Hall, secondary education; Timothy John Halliday, secondary education; Courtney Jane Hansen, secondary education; Shirley Joy Harebottle, secondary education; Matthew Francis Maley, secondary education; Megan Sarah Mitchell, secondary education; Jacqueline Aileen Moon, early childhood education; Christina MacIver Rodriguez, secondary education; Vivian James Bradley Treweek, secondary education.

Degrees to be conferred and diplomas to be awarded in absentia

Graduate diploma in teaching

Kirsten Fiona Macfie, secondary education; James-Gerard O'Hara, early childhood education.

BLUFF

Degrees to be conferred and diplomas to be awarded in person

Bachelor of teaching

Pamela Susan Carmichael (Ingarihi, Kotemana Wera, endorsed, early childhood education); Filipa Margaret Cunningham (Scottish, Welsh, endorsed, primary education); Shari Tiana Frengley (Te Ati Haunui a Paparangi, Ngati Ruanui, Ngati Kahungunu, endorsed, primary bilingual education Te Pokai Matauranga o te Ao Rua); Kate Louise Hartstonge (Ingarihi, endorsed, primary bilingual education Te Pokai Matauranga o te Ao Rua); Lisa Marie Johnston (Ngai Tahu, Ngāti Mamoe, Waitaha, endorsed, primary education); Megan Alice MacBeth (Scottish, endorsed, primary education); Brittany Ann MacDonald (Te Arawa, Koterana, endorsed, primary education); Lynn Millar (Scottish, French, English, Irish, endorsed, early childhood education); Aletta Wilhelmina Maria Reid (Dutch, endorsed, early childhood education); Nicola Jayne Ronald (English, Scottish, endorsed, early childhood education); Michelle Mary Ryland (Ngati Porou, Maniapoto, Whakatohea, endorsed, primary bilingual education Te Pōkai Matauranga o te Ao Rua); Paula Mary Smith (Ngati Raukawa, Ngai Tahu, Irish, endorsed, early childhood education).

Graduate diploma in teaching

Brandon Joseph Terekia (Te Aitanga a Mahaki, Ngati Porou), secondary education.

 

 

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