Guide to University of Lincoln Graduations 2013
The ten graduation ceremonies, which take place at Lincoln Cathedral from Monday 2 – Thursday September 5 will be attended by more than 14,000 people and will see 3,000 students graduate from the University.
This year’s ceremonies will also include the first group of bachelor’s degree students to graduate from the University’s new School of Engineering, which was the first dedicated facility of its kind to be created in the UK for more than 20 years.
On Tuesday 3rd September 2013, John Sergeant will become an Honorary Doctor of Letters.
On the same day, Lord Ian Blair of Boughton will receive an Honorary Doctorate of Laws in recognition of his significant contribution to the Metropolitan Police Force.
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Lord Blair was the most senior police officer in Britain from 2005-2008, and during this time was widely regarded as a leading exponent of police reform.
They will be joined by other honorary graduates, including Chief Executive of the British Library Roly Keating, architectural historian Anne Coltman OBE, organist at Lincoln Cathedral Colin Walsh and Graham Secker, Pro Chancellor at the University of Lincoln.
The timetable for graduation ceremonies is:
Monday September 2: 2.30pm College of Social Science, Lincoln Business School.
Monday September 2: 7.30pm College of Social Science, Lincoln Business School.
Tuesday September 3: 10.30am College of Social Science, Lincoln Law School, School of Health & Social Care.
Tuesday September 3: 2.30pm College of Science, School of Life Sciences (Riseholme Campus Students). School of Life Sciences (Lincoln Campus Students).
Tuesday September 3: 7.30pm College of Social Science School of Psychology, College of Science Department of Agriculture and Land‐based Studies, Department of Food Manufacturing and Automation, School of Engineering.
Wednesday September 4: 10.30am College of Social Science School of Social and Political Science, School of Sport and Exercise Science.
Wednesday September 4: 2.30pm College of Arts Lincoln School of Journalism, Lincoln School of Media.
Wednesday September 4: 7.30pm College of Arts Lincoln School of Humanities, School of Theology and Ministry Studies.
Thursday September 5: 10.30am College of Arts Lincoln School of Arts and Design (Except conservation courses)
Thursday September 5: 2.30pm College of Arts Lincoln School of Art and Design (Conservation courses only), Lincoln School of Architecture, Lincoln School of Performing Arts.
Ahead of the graduation ceremonies, Vice Chancellor Professor Mary Stuart said: “Graduation is a moment of great celebration for our students, and their friends and families, as it represents the culmination of years of hard work.”