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Spring Convocation 2018 - Day 8

  • Graduate receives a Pendleton blanket
    A graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Art program receives a Pendleton blanket from Kandice Baptiste, Director of Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre, on Tuesday. (University Communications)
  • Family and friends wave to graduates
    Family and friends wave to their graduates during the 17th of the 21 Spring Convocation ceremonies. (Photo by Lars Hagberg)
  • Graduates prepare to take the stage
    Graduates prepare for their moment on the stage at Grant Hall during the morning convocation ceremony on Tuesday, June 5. (Photo by Lars Hagberg)
  • Graduates of the Bachelor of Music program
    Graduates of the Bachelor of Music program celebrate with their professors outside of Grant Hall on Tuesday morning. (Photo by Lars Hagberg)
  • PhD recipients sit in Grant Hall
    Queen University's latest PhD recipients take a seat on the Grant Hall Stage after being hooded in the 18th ceremony of Spring Convocation. (University Communications)
  • PhD recipient shakes hands with Jim Leech
    A PhD recipient shakes hands with Chancellor Jim Leech during Tuesday afternoon's ceremony at Grant Hall. (University Communications)
  • Principal Daniel Woolf shakes graduate's hand
    Principal Daniel Woolf congratulates a graduate after she was hooded during Tuesday's third and final ceremony at Grant Hall. (University Communications)
  • Graduate looks to his parents
    A graduate looks up at his parents on the balcony of Grant Hall as he is hooded on Tuesday, June 5. (University Communications)
  • Graduate hooded by grandfather
    A Queen's graduate hugs his grandfather after being hooded by him on Tuesday continuing a family tradition as his father was also hooded by him. (University Communications)

With three ceremonies on Tuesday, Spring Convocation is nearing its completion.

Graduates from the Faculty of Arts and Science and the School of Graduate Studies crossed the Grant Hall stage, much to the delight of gathered family, friends, and colleagues.

The two final ceremonies take place on Wednesday at 10 am and 2:30 pm, when an honorary degree being conferred upon award-winning architect Douglas Cardinal.

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.