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Spring Convocation 2018 - Day 7

Hugh Segal receives an honorary degree as final week of Spring Convocation begins.

  • Hugh Segal laughs after a child responded during his speech
    Honorary degree recipent Hugh Segal lets out a laugh after a child in the crowd responded to his anecdote as he spoke at Monday morning's Spring Convocation ceremony.
  • A doctoral student from the Faculty of Arts and Science
    A PhD recipient from the Faculty of Arts and Science is hooded by Associate Dean (Studies) Jill Atkinson as Principal Daniel Woolf looks on.
  • Chancellor shakes hands with a graduate
    A graduate from the Faculty of Arts and Science points out her family as she is congratulated by Chancellor Jim Leech during the 16th ceremony of Spring Convocation.
  • Grant Hall during Spring Convocation ceremony 16
    Grant Hall is filled for the 16th ceremony of Spring Convocation on Monday, June 4.
  • Thanyehténhas (Nathan Brinklow), Opening dedication
    Thanyehténhas (Nathan Brinklow), of the Office of the Chaplain, provides the opening dedication in the Mohawk language and English during the morning ceremony on Monday, June 4.
  • Graduate students in the first row
    Masters and doctoral degree recipients fill the front row at Grant Hall during Monday morning's ceremony at Grant Hall, the 15th of Spring Convocation.
  • Principal Daniel Woolf offers greeting
    Principal Daniel Woolf welcomes the graduates, and their families and friends to Queen's University for the 15th ceremony of Spring Convocation.
  • Family members take a video of Hugh Segal
    Family members take a video of Hugh Segal as he receives his honorary degree during Monday morning's Spring Convocation ceremony at Grant Hall.

Spring Convocation entered its final week on Monday with a pair of ceremonies being held at Grant Hall.

In the morning celebration an honorary degree was conferred upon Hugh Segal, Principal of Massey College former Associate Cabinet Secretary (Federal-Provincial Affairs), Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister.

Convocation will continue with three ceremonies being held on Tuesday at 10 am 1 pm and 4 pm. The two final ceremonies will follow on Wednesday at 10 am and 2:30 pm, when award-winning architect Douglas Cardinal will receive an honorary degree.

Live ceremony feeds will begin approximately 15 minutes before the scheduled start of each ceremony.

full schedule of the ceremonies and more information about Spring Convocation, for graduates, parents and family, as well as faculty members, is available on the Office of the University Registrar website.

Further photos can be viewed at the Queen’s University page on flickr.