Mollie Egan-Crossan, aged 22 and from Derry/Donegal, will today (Saturday 1 July) graduate from the School of Arts, English and Languages at Queen’s University Belfast with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Film and Theatre Making.
Michelle Wilson will graduate today (Saturday 1 July) with a degree in Adult Nursing from the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen’s University Belfast.
Aoibhinn Loughlin, aged 29 and originally from Derry City but now lives in Dublin, is graduating with a Master’s (MSc) in Management with Distinction from Queen’s Management School.
Leading figures from across the arts, business, public service and the community will receive Honorary Doctorates from Queen’s University for their significant contribution to society in Northern Ireland and further afield.
A trio of medical students who are due to pick up their degrees today say one of their best achievements from their time at Queen’s was making their mark with K-pop.
Sir Tim Smit, will today be awarded a Doctor of Science in recognition of his services to environment conservation.
Shea O’Brien will graduate today with a Bachelor of Science degree in Medicine from the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast.
Dr Brian Cheung, a successful business professional and philanthropist, will be awarded an Honorary degree at Queen’s today, almost 40 years after his first Queen’s graduation.
Law lecturer Nkem Itanyi returned to education after an 18-year hiatus bringing her four children from Nigeria to study for a Doctor of Philosophy at Queen’s School of Law.
Sarah Patterson, 37, Belfast, is today graduating with a PhD in Education after a busy six years having five children, four maternity leaves, three boys during three lockdowns, two PhD supervisors and one house move.
When Noel Kehoe from Newry began his studies at Queen’s, he had no idea of the tough but rewarding journey that would inspire him to graduate with a First Class Honours and a PhD opportunity at Queen’s University Belfast.
Shefaa Al Deek, who is graduating today with a First Class Honours in Software Engineering, describes her journey as the “impossible dream”.
Fergal Bittles from Belfast left school at 16 after failing most of his GCSEs but today he’s celebrating as he graduates from Queen’s with a First Class Honours in Computer Science.
Owen Sortwell is celebrating with his partner and family today as he graduates with a Master’s in Computer Science after overcoming a very challenging few years, losing his mum to cancer.
Former Registrar and Chief Operating Officer of Queen’s James O’Kane has been honoured at his former workplace for services to Business and Commerce and Higher Education.
Ciara Mullan, aged 22 from Carrickmore in Co. Tyrone, is graduating with a First Class Honours degree BSc in Actuarial Science and Risk Management from Queen’s Management School.
23-year-old student Valerie Kravtsova was completing her placement in Kyiv when Russia invaded Ukraine. She was forced to flee the city, leaving behind family members, friends and colleagues.