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Honorary Graduate Celebration

2:00pm - 4:00pm / Saturday 17th September 2022
Type: Degree Ceremony / Category: Department
  • Suitable for: Graduates, students, staff and civic guests
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Join us for a special event where we will celebrate the University's honorary graduands, bringing together those honorary degree recipients who should have received their awards in 2020 and 2021. Usually conferred as part of the graduation ceremonies, we will instead honour this special group in front of an invited audience of civic guests, alumni, students and staff.

Those confirmed to attend include:
• Bryan Biggs, Director of Cultural Legacies, Bluecoat Liverpool
• Nick Burgess, Co-President, Parlophone Records
• Michael Eakin, Chief Executive of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
• Dame Louise Ellman, Former MP for Liverpool Riverside
• Jonathan Falkingham MBE, Architect & Co-Founder of Urban Splash
• Andy Grant, Motivational Speaker, Author and Fastest Single Leg Amputee in the World over 10km
• Professor Eleanor Riley, Professor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases
• Lord Sandy Trees, Professor of veterinary parasitology and Crossbench member of the House of Lords

Why not make a day of it and visit the exhibitions in the Victoria Gallery and Museum in the morning or enjoy the culinary delights of nearby Hope Street before joining the event in the afternoon.