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Class of 2015: Saturday 18 July

It's the final day of graduation! Final congratulations to all the students and staff involved, we hope you enjoy the day!

Morning ceremonies @11am

  • Warwick Business School (postgraduate programmes only)
  • Institute for Employment Research

Afternoon ceremonies @ 3pm

  • Economics (incl PPE)

Alexander Clark, Department of Economics, receives Outstanding Student Contribution Award.

Saturday's Honorary Graduands

hoggCharlotte Hogg Hon LLD (Honorary Doctor of Laws)
Charlotte Hogg became the first Chief Operating Officer at the Bank of England in July 2013.Charlotte read economics and history at Oxford and was a Kennedy Scholar at Harvard. She entered the Bank of England in 1992 as a graduate entrant, but left in 1994 to join McKinsey in Washington where she was a Principal in Financial Services.

She is a member of the Finance Committee of Oxford University Press, a former member of the board of BBC Worldwide, a Governor of Nottingham Trent University and Trustee of First Story Ltd.


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Neil Hutchinson Hon LLD (Honorary Doctor of Laws)
Neil Hutchinson is a Warwick graduate (graduating in Management Science from Warwick Business School in 2000 - he was also WBS's Marketing Student of the Year for that year).He is the founder of NEON Adventures, an investment vehicle with activities in finance, property, lifestyle and philanthropy.
He also supports and remains the principal investor in the Forward Internet Group, which he founded in 2004. Forward creates, acquires and invests in web businesses across a variety of industries and territories.

James Robinson Hon LLD (Honorary Doctor of Laws)
James Robinson is the Wilbur A. Cowett Professor of Government at Harvard University and a faculty associate at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. He studied economics at the London School of Economics, the University of Warwick and Yale University. His main research interests are in comparative economic and political development with a focus on the long-run with a particular interest in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa. He is currently conducting research in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, Haiti and in Colombia where he has taught for many years during the summer at the University of the Andes in Bogotá.

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