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Graduation 2016: Wednesday 20 January

It's the first day of Winter Graduation 2016! Well done to all our students, departments and Honorary Graduates graduating today!

Morning ceremonies @11am
  • Chemistry
  • Centre for Scientific Computing
  • Computer Science
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics Institute
  • MOAC
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • School of Engineering
  • Statistics
  • Systems Biology
Afternoon ceremonies @ 3pm
  • Warwick Manufacturing Group

Wednesday's Honorary Graduands

revhongrad2016.jpgThe Reverend Richard Coles (Hon DLitt - Honorary Doctor of Letters)

A musician (three top ten chart hits with the Communards), writer, broadcaster, and Church of England minister. Accomplished on saxophone, clarinet and keyboards his musical partnership with Jimmy Somerville in the 1980s band the Communards included the Number 1 record and best-selling single of 1986, a club/dance version of "Don't Leave Me This Way". He frequently appears on radio and television (as well as in print) most often as a host of BBC Radio 4's Saturday Live programme.

mjh_hongrad2016.jpgMr M (Michael) John Harrison (Hon DLitt – Honorary Doctor of Letters)

Rugby born M John Harrison's writing covers such a wide range of themes that he has been described in the Guardian as a 'genre contrarian'. He began his career as the agenda-setting literary editor of Michael Moorcock’s New Worlds and his fiction ranges from science fiction such as The Committed Men and the award winning Kefahuchi Tract trilogy, horror The Course of the Heart, fantasy/SF crossovers such as the award nominated Viriconium books and stories and even cats (he co-wrote four linked fantasies about cats with Jane Johnson, under the pseudonym "Gabriel King").

Unsung Heroes

Graduation just wouldn't be possible without lots of Warwick people getting involved with a variety of roles throughout the week.

Hear from Stuart Stanley, whose role at graduation is Degree Ceremonies Deputy

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