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Graduation LIVE: Watch all the action todayYou can watch all our Winter Graduation ceremonies as they happen by connecting to our live webstream service.
The action begins at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this morning, from 10.30am, when architect, gallery owner and alumnus, Ken Martin, will be awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws.
Following this, successful students from the University’s School of the Arts and the Management School in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) will be stepping up to the stage to be received by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Janet Beer.
This afternoon, Daniel Mulhall, the newly appointed Irish Ambassador to the United States, will be awarded his Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws at a ceremony starting at 3pm. This will be followed be degrees being awarded to students from the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures, the School of Law and Social Justice and the Management School – all part of the Faculty of HSS.
On Wednesday morning, Eileen Thornton, who served the University since she came to Liverpool in 1970 until her retirement in 2016, will be recognised with an Honorary Fellowship at 9.30am. During this ceremony, successful students from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences will receive their degrees.
At the lunchtime ceremony, which starts at 1pm, successful Management School graduands will be rewarded for all their hard work by Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Patrick Hackett.
And to conclude the final ceremony which starts at 4pm, graduands from the Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Health and life Sciences, will be awarded their degrees.
To watch all the action, as it happens, please follow this link: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/graduation/the_ceremony/live-webcast/.
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