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SPS congratulates all recent graduates

L-R: Dr Acomo Oloya Lovelock, Dr Eldin Fahmy, Dr Lynnmarie Sardhina and Professor Gill Hague

L-R: Dr Acomo Oloya Lovelock, Dr Eldin Fahmy, Dr Lynnmarie Sardhina and Professor Gill Hague Ann Singleton

17 July 2012

A School Graduation party was held on 13 July in the gardens of 8 Priory Road, where graduates, their families and School staff celebrated with strawberries, fizz... and we even got some sunshine! Some postgraduates receiving their awards also attended and a good time was had by all.

A School Graduation party was held on 13 July in the gardens of 8 Priory Road, where graduates, their families and School staff celebrated with strawberries, fizz... and we even got some sunshine! Some postgraduates receiving their awards also attended and a good time was had by all.

The results this year were exemplary, with eight First Class degrees in BSc Social Policy, 21 first division Second Class and seven second division Second Class degrees

In BSc Childhood Studies and Early Childhood Studies there were two First Class degrees, 19 first division Second Class degrees and five second division Second Class degrees.

The School for Policy Studies would like to congratulate all of the recent graduates of Social Policy and Childhood Studies, and recent post graduates, and wish everybody the best of luck with their future careers. Stay in touch!

(If you have any photographs of the day that you would like to share, please email  them to sarah.lynch@bristol.ac.uk)

Group at SPS graduation celebration 2012

A group of graduates at the SPS Graduation Party, 2012. It's not raining! Photo credit: Karen Bell

L-R: Dr Acomo Oloya Lovelock, Dr Eldin Fahmy, Dr Lynn Marie Sardinha and Professor Gill Hague

The photo above shows some of our postgraduate students graduating - Dr Acomo Oloya  Lovelock, who studied the Doctor Social Science programme (see more about her here) and Lynn Marie Sardinha, who completed her PhD (pictured with supervisors Dr Eldin Fahmy and Professor Gill Hague). Photo credit: Ann Singleton.

Kim Blanc and Christina Pantazis

Kim Blanc, graduate and Christina Pantazis

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