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Graduations at Queen's University; Mel has honour to Bragg about.



Byline: By IAN GRAHAM Ian Graham (born January 5, 1943) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Collingwood in the VFL during the 1960's.

His best season came in 1964 when he won the Copeland Trophy for Collingwood's Best and Fairest player.
 

BROADCASTER and author Melvyn Bragg was honoured in Belfast by Queen's University yesterday.

Lord Bragg of Wigton, who presents of ITV's South Bank Show and BBC BBC
 in full British Broadcasting Corp.

Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927.
 Radio 4's In Our Time was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Literature for distinction in literature and broadcasting.

Delivering the citation, Queen's director of marketing, recruitment and communications, Tom Collins, described Lord Bragg as "unquestionably un·ques·tion·a·ble  
adj.
Beyond question or doubt. See Synonyms at authentic.



un·question·a·bil
 one of the most lucid and adept chroniclers of the television age".

He added: "In a career spanning some 40 years, he has helped turn television into an art form in its own right and he has used the mass media to expose and explore the creative spark which sets humankind apart from every other creature which inhabits this Earth."Faculty of Humanities

Doctor of Philosophy

Alastair Ian IAN Interactive Affiliate Network
IAN i am nothing
IAN Instrumentation & Automation News
IAN Ianuarius (Latin: January)
IAN Instituto Agronomico Nacional (Paraguay)
IAN Incident Area Network
 CARROLL

Christopher Robert COULTER

Patricia FINLAY

Steven FLANDERS

Fiachra MACGABHANN

Jonathan James MATTISON

Nicholas McCAFFERY

Edith SHILLUE

Anthony SOARES SOARES Southern Oklahoma Amateur Radio Emergency Services  

Master of Arts Master of Arts
Noun

a degree, usually postgraduate in a nonscientific subject, or a person holding this degree

Noun 1. Master of Arts - a master's degree in arts and sciences
Artium Magister, MA, AM
 

by Examination

Ancient History

with Distinction

Charlene Denise BREMNER

Christopher James McCOUBREY

Pass

Stefanie Marcell Maria WHITE

British History

with Distinction

Robert WHAN

Pass

Mary CLARKE

Alan Thomas FINNIGAN (in absentia in absentia (in ab-sensh-ee-ah) adj. or adv. phrase. Latin for "in absence," or more fully, in one's absence. Occasionally a criminal trial is conducted without the defendant being present when he/she walks out or escapes after the trial has begun, since the accused )

Barbara Ann HENRY

Craig Thomas MAGEE

Neil McARDLE

Byzantine Studies and Modern Greek with Distinction

Kathryn Mary Adelaide BAIRD

Nikolaos BARKAS

Composition with Distinction

Brian Sean BOLGER in (in absentia)

Pass

Amy Martina MULLIGAN

Drama

Brendan CARRAGHER (in absentia)

English (Creative Writing)

with Distinction

Erin Sarah HALLIDAY (in absentia)

Kristine Diane HALPIN

Fiona McCASHIN (in absentia)

Margaret McLOUGHLIN

Anna Maria McMANUS

Tammy Andrea MOORE

Shannon SICKELS

Pass

Sonia Therese ABERCROMBIE

Maureen Mary Majella BOYLE

Nicholas Francis BOYLE (in absentia)

Dermot William LYNN

Paul Sean MADDERN

Ben McGUIRE (in absentia)

Stephen McKIERNAN

Joanne Elizabeth MYLES

Mark Christopher WARD

Gordon Henry WILLIAMS (in absentia)

English (English Language and Linguistics)

Matthew McCALLUM

English (Irish Writing)

with Distinction

Frances Arkwright HAWORTH

Gail Florence McCONNELL

Pass

Laura Caroline Anne CATTELL

Niamh COGHLAN

Mototsugu HIIRAGI (in absentia)

Siobhan Selina Anne McINTYRE

English (Medieval Studies)

with Distinction

Jason David Francis MARTIN

Pass

Anna Ruth KENNEDY

Kathryn Elizabeth STEVENSON

English (Modern Literary Studies)

with Distinction

Peter David EAKIN

Sonja Maria LAWRENSON

Wayne STABLES (in absentia)

Pass

Maria Regina CAMPBELL

Joshua Michael FITZHUGH

David FOSTER (in absentia)

Paul LIDDY (in absentia)

Bernard Patrick Lavelle McAULEY

David RUSSELL

English (Reconceiving the Renaissance: Literatures, Places, Cultures) with Distinction

Majella DEVLIN

Mary Ellen LYNN

Conor MURRAY (in absentia)

Pass

Charlotte Jayne BELL

Malachy Patrick COSTELLO

Sandra Anne JONES

Victoria McKEE

Ethnomusicology ethnomusicology

Scholarly study of the world's musics from various perspectives. Although it had antecedents in the 18th and early 19th centuries, the field expanded with the development of recording technologies in the late 19th century.
 

Mary Katharine COGHLAN

French and Linguistics

with Distinction

Deborah Lynne FERGUSON

German with Distinction

Louise Isabella GREER

Irish History with Distinction

Sarah RODDY

Pass

Peter HEASLEY

Colin McKEOWN (in absentia)

Irish Studies with Distinction

Tiffany Suellen HILL (in absentia)

Pass

Elizabeth Hart KEANEY

Bebhinn McKINLEY

Peter Noel McKINNEY

Sandra Dyan MURDOCK (in absentia)

Mary OSIF OSIF Operating System Interface
OSIF Oh Shoot, I Forgot (polite form)
OSIF Our Strength in Families
OSIF OpenServo InterFace
 

Irish Women's History

with Distinction

Claire Elizabeth RUSH

Modern French Studies: Culture and Memory with Distinction

Dehra Elizabeth SCOTT

Mairead WALSH

Steven WILSON

Pass

Antoinette CLIFFORD

Ronan Paul DEVANEY

Laura SEMPLE

Modern Irish Translation Studies

John McNALLY

Music with Distinction

Seth James BLACKLOCK

Sarah Elise CREAN

Pass

Diana Frances ATKINSON

Claire Suzanne EVANS

Liam GORRY

Orla Caroline MOLONY

Georgina Marta MULLIGAN

Social Anthropology with Distinction

Barbara Mary GRAHAM (in absentia)

Lynne McKERR (in absentia)

Noomi MOZARD

Dermot Wesley SPARROW

Pass

Raymond Joseph CROTEAU III Riona Mairead EGAN

Sean Francis FOLEY (in absentia)

Deirdre Margaret KENNEDY

Sandra Mary MALLON

Linda Jayne McKEE

Alexandra Louise SHANKLAND

Sonic Arts with Distinction

Sean COX

Matthew LAUGHLIN

Pass

Sarah Jane ADAIR ADAIR Austrian Difficult Airway/Intubation Registry  

Jonathan William

James ARNOLD

Conor BRENNAN

Roger Albert McKay GOWDY

Alexis PEREPELYCIA (in absentia)

Jacopo STAIANO (in absentia)

Eimear Eileen Mary TWOMEY

Lin ZHANG

Spanish with Distinction

Gwynneth Jane DOWLING

Pass

Kelly McCLEMENTS

Spanish: Image and Text

with Distinction

Nicola Jane Catherine EASTWOOD

Bachelor of Arts

Single Honours Schools

First Class Honours

Steven John HILL in English

Gemma Louise WIEBERG in Social Anthropology

Second Class Honours, First Division

Sarah Jane KELTIE in English

Neil Richard McMASTER in Modern History

Patricia ROONEY in Philosophy

Second Class Honours, Second Division

Joanne Louise CROZIER crozier

see crosier.
 in English

Christine Louise DOUGLAS in English

Joint Honours Schools - Single Classification

Second Class Honours, First Division

Stephen KEARNEY in Drama and English

Dearbhla Ellen McKEATING in Drama and Modern History

Luke REARDON in Film Studies and Modern History

Lesley Ann RUDDELL in English and Modern History

Joint Honours Schools - Double Classification

Danielle MACKLE mack·le   also mac·ule
n.
A blurred or double impression in printing.

v. mack·led also mac·uled, mack·ling also mac·ul·ing, mack·les also mac·ules

v.tr.
 

Second Class Honours, Second Division in French,

Second Class Honours, Second Division in German

Robin REGAN

Second Class Honours, Second Division in French,

Second Class Honours, Second Division in Music

Major-Minor Honours Schools

First Class Honours

Angela HILLAN in German (Major) and Cultural and Media Studies (Minor)

Second Class Honours, First Division

Robert Alex MAXWELL in Philosophy (Major) and Combined (Minor)

Ciaran NORRBY in Philosophy (Major) and Scholastic Philosophy (Minor)

Second Class Honours, Second Division

Steven William GREENAWAY in English (Major) and Linguistics (Minor) (in absentia)

Alison Celia JOHNSTON in Social Anthropology (Major) and Sociology (Minor)

Third Class Honours

Paul Edward McGINTY in Modern History (Major) and Politics (Minor)

Bachelor of Arts

(Ordinary Degree)

Ryan Matthew IRVINE

Bachelor of Science Noun 1. Bachelor of Science - a bachelor's degree in science
BS, SB

bachelor's degree, baccalaureate - an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
 

Second Class Honours, First Division

Lisa Catherine JOHNSTON in Music Technology

Second Class Honours, Second Division

Dev Paul ANAND in Music Technology

Institute of Theology Doctor of Philosophy

David Michael FLYNN

Master of Theology Noun 1. Master of Theology - a master's degree in theology
ThM

master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
 

by Research

David Jonathan CARDWELL

Master of Divinity Noun 1. Master of Divinity - a master's degree in religion
MDiv

master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
 by Examination

with Distinction

Michael Robert John ANDERSON

Pass

James Russell ISBELL (in absentia)

Leslie PATTERSON

Master of Theology

by Examination with Distinction

Andre ALVES-AREIAS (in absentia)

David Russell CAIRNS Cairns, city (1991 pop. 64,463), Queensland, NE Australia, on Trinity Bay. It is a principal sugar port of Australia; lumber and other agricultural products are also exported. The city's proximity to the Great Barrier Reef has made it a tourist center.  (in absentia)

Robert Edmund COTTER cot·ter  
n.
1. A bolt, wedge, key, or pin inserted through a slot in order to hold parts together.

2. A cotter pin.



[Origin unknown.
 

Andrew KERR

Philip Lyndsay McKELVEY

James Christopher POOLE (in absentia)

Balint Karoly ZABAN

Pass

Dragos Calin ALEXANDRESCU (in absentia)

Jaeguen BAE

Florentin CLIPA

Andrew Peter CUNNINGHAM

Jennifer DAVEY (in absentia)

Charles Edward Terence FLANAGAN (in absentia)

Stanley Thomas Robert GAMBLE

Ovidiu HANC HANC Hebrew Academy of Nassau County (New York)
HANC Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council
HANC Horizontal Ancillary Data (Video, SMPTE, DVB, SDI*
 (in absentia)

Simon Peter LEE

Kimberley Ann LINDSAY (in absentia)

Binnie Raphael Christian MWAKASUNGULA (in absentia)

Robert Wesley STEVENSON

Bachelor of Theology Noun 1. Bachelor of Theology - a bachelor's degree in theology
ThB

bachelor's degree, baccalaureate - an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
 

Second Class Honours, First Division

Julieanne FAULKNER

Sarah POPE

Second Class Honours,

Second Division

Donna Rosina Frances PRIOR

Bachelor Arts Joint Honours Schools - Double Classification

Maura Trean COOK (in absentia)

Second Class Honours, First Division in Music

Faculty of Science and Agriculture

Science

Doctor of Science

David Alexander Taylor HARPER

Doctor of Philosophy

Iain Victor Paul ADDERTON

Milan ANTONIJEVIC

John Campbell BARNETT

Charmaine Barbara BLAKE

Warren BOOTH

James Patrick BRADLEY

Gavin BRESLIN

Sarah Lucia CAMPBELL

Johanne CARMICHAEL

Francesco CAVALLARO

Hector DE LA RIVA-DOMINGUEZ

Barry DOHERTY

Christine Theresa DOHERTY

Niall Joseph DONNELLY

Louise Jean Mary DUNLOP

Ute FROEHLICH (in absentia)

Gustavo HINOJOSA ARANGO

Donal Michael HOLLAND

Caroline HUGHES

Satyabrata KAR

Angela KINNEN

Kenneth LEMON

Akeela LOOKMAN

Xiaojun LU (in absentia)

Paul LYNAS

Barry Brendan LYNN

Lynn Deborah MAXWELL

Bronagh Patricia McALLISTER

Steven David Roy McDOWELL

Tony Patrick McELROY

Niall Joseph McKEOWN

Alison Judith McMULLAN

Myles MEANEY

Colin Russell NEWMAN

Maria Brigit O'HARE

John Joseph O'NEILL

Elizabeth Anne O'SULLIVAN

Ruth Thelma PEDLOW

Aranzazu PINTADO ALBA

Rose Marie Elizabeth POTHANIKAT

Babulakshmanan RAMACHANDRAN

Lorenzo ROMAGNANI (in absentia)

Bohdan SEREDYUK (in absentia)

Michael Adrian TONER

Kim Jean Michel VAN DERPOORTEN

Samantha Jane VIZE

Stephen Mark WALKER

Master of Philosophy

Hugh Gerard MURRAY

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Sinead Frances DICKSON

Katherine DOUSE douse 1 also dowse  
v. doused also dowsed, dous·ing also dows·ing, dous·es also dows·es

v.tr.
1. To plunge into liquid; immerse. See Synonyms at dip.

2.
 

Michael Stephen GORDON

Amy HUGHES

Elaine May KLEWCHUK

Angela Jayne McCORRY

Matthew Ronald McMURRAY

Nadene O'LOAN

Master of Science by Examination

Animal Behaviour and Welfare

with Distinction

Aodan FARREN

Pass

Philip FITZSIMONS

Michael Roger KEANE

William Paul LIGHTBODY (in absentia)

Lisa Maria TONER

Biomolecular Structure and Function

Christopher McCONVILLE

Laura SHAW

Clinical Pharmacy with Distinction

Evan Thomas McILMOYLE

Sultane Ali Hassan SHERMAN

Mairi Macleod STATON

Pass

Lorna CAIRNS in (in absentia)

Georgios GKORTSILAS (in absentia)

Leeanne STEWART (in absentia)

Pamela Margaret WALLACE

Community Pharmacy with Distinction

Sarah McDONNELL

Sinead Ann O'SHEA (in absentia)

Pamela Anne SOO (in absentia)

Pass

Nuha Mohammed El Amin AGABNA

Joanne NALLY

Maureen REIDY (in absentia)

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Sonya Elizabeth CAREY

Stephanie DONOGHUE (in absentia)

Kelly Alexandra EVANS

Jeanne FLEMING

Brid McGONAGLE

Susan Margaret MOORE (in absentia)

Rachael Jane MURRAY

Julie Catherine O'GARA

Anne Elizabeth O'HARA

Emily SAVAGE

Emma Victoria SPRATT

Lorraine Audrey STRONG

Ecological Management and Conservation Biology

with Distinction

Peter Rodney JOHNSTON

Pass

Peter John DRENNAN (in absentia)

Stewart David GLASS

Jonathan Gerard KEARNEY

Eileen Patrica McCLOSKEY

Steven Edward McMENAMIN

Michael SWEENEY

Sarah Margaret TURLEY

Environmental Archaeology

with Distinction

Faye Rita CARROLL

Gemma Catherine O'HALLORAN

Rachel SLOANE

Materials Science

with Distinction

Gerald Nicholas McIVOR

Occupational Psychology

Victoria Jane BLACK

Rebecca BOYD

Teresa Mary DUFFY

Ciara KEOGH

Patrick Norman LOCKHART

Zoe Emma Anne McDONALD

Siobhan McNALLY

Caitriona WARD

Lynda WILSON

Opto-Electronics and Optical Information Processing

with Distinction

Tristan Fergus HALDANE

Simon TUOHY

Pass

Michael Alexander BROWN

Michael David MITCHELL

Psychotherapy

John Henry FOSTER

Master of Arts By Examination

Archaeology

with Distinction

Neil Gerard CARLIN car·line or car·lin  
n. Scots
A woman, especially an old one.



[Middle English kerling, from Old Norse, from karl, man.]
 

Victoria Ruth GINN GINN Galactic Independent News Network  

Katherine Jennifer McCLUNEY

David Andrew McILREAVY

Laurie OLLILA (in absentia)

Pass

Celine BRADLEY

Anne McCOURT

Paul NEARY

Amy Lynn RUBINGH (in absentia)

Bachelor of Science

First Class Honours

Lauren BUCHANAN in Geography

Eireann KERR in Mathematics

Geraldine Anne McKENNA in Mathematics

Second Class Honours, First Division

John DAVEY in Psychology

Austin John DONAGHEY in Geography

Keira Theresa KEENAN in Psychology

Jonathan Thomas James LAMBERTON in Geography

Carol LYONS in Archaeology- Palaeoecology paleoecology, palaeoecology
the branch of ecology that studies the relationship of ancient plants and animals to their environments. — paleoecologic, palaeoecologic, paleoecological, palaeoecological, adj.
 

Helen Sophia MAYBIN in Geography

Peter John NESBITT in Psychology

Second Class Honours, Second Division

Eugene Thomas CARMICHAEL in Pharmaceutical Studies

Sean James CONNOLLY in Psychology

Joanne DORAN in Geography

Paul HULL in Geography

Claire KITSON in Genetics

Conan Cornelius MACRUAIRI in Geography

Ciara Joann McDONALD in Geography

Conor McKIERNAN in Medicinal Chemistry

Louise Rhiannon MEDLAND in Geography

Claire MONTGOMERY in Geography

Neil PATTON in Geography

Colin QUIGLEY in Genetics

Andrew James RUSSELL in Microbiology

Michael WILLIAMS in Geography

Third Class Honours

Warren Joel BEATTIE in Zoology zoology, branch of biology concerned with the study of animal life. From earliest times animals have been vitally important to man; cave art demonstrates the practical and mystical significance animals held for prehistoric man.  

Linda Maria KEYS in Medicinal Chemistry (in absentia)

Bachelor of Science

Major-Minor Honours Schools

Second Class Honours, First Division

Jason McINTYRE in Human Geography (Major) and Sociology (Minor)

Bachelor of Science

(Ordinary Degree)

Mark Patrick BAIRD

Julie DEAN

School of Agriculture and Food Science

Doctor of Science

Gerard DOWNEY

Doctor of Philosophy

Jennifer Agnes HAMILL

Deirdre Mary HENNESSY

Jessica McCAPPIN

Kathleen Ann O'CONNELL

Rodrigo Javier OLAVE

Master of Science

by Examination

Communication - Strategic Management and Marketing

Adam Patrick Dominic CARRON

Raymond KELLY

Catherine Margaret LITTLE

Maeve McARDLE

Communication - Training and Development

Marissa MARTIN

Judith Estelle McGAFFIN

Dawn Alexandra SPEERS

Rural Development and Project Management with Distinction

Brendan McNAMARA (in absentia)

Pass

Aileen BONNER

Theresa BURNS

Fiona CONROY

Colin Peter JEWHURST

Joseph MARTIN

Cathy McDONALD

Maeve Elizabeth McKENNA

Angela McLAUGHLIN

Mary Nicola MURRAY (in absentia)

Bachelor of Agriculture

Second Class Honours, Second Division

Ryan Jude O'DONNELL

Faculty of Humanities

Postgraduate Diploma in British History

Alexandra Jane RIORDAN

Postgraduate Diploma in Music

Beverley Winifred Mary LAWLEY

Ciara Anne WEBB

Faculty of Science and Agriculture

Science

Postgraduate Diploma in Animal Behaviour and Welfare

Caroline Teresa HILL

Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy with Commendation

Gillian BULL

Philippa Jane BURCH

David John Moore CAULFIELD

Paula CULLEN

Orla DALY DALY Disability Adjusted Life-Years  

Paulus Antonius Gerardus DE KLAVER

Jill Suzanne DYSON

Paula GABRIEL Gabriel (gā`brēəl), archangel, the divine herald. In the Bible he appears to Daniel (twice), to Zacharias, and to the Virgin Mary in the Annunciation (Dan. 8.16; 9.21; Luke 1.19,26,27).  

Christopher James GOLDSMITH

Elena GORTARI

Reshenthie GOVENDER

Olivia Tazim HAMEER

Emma Mary HANDISIDES

Elina Anneli LEVONEN

Nital Hasmukh PANCHAL

Marie Majella PHILBIN

Darren William PHILLIPS

Sejal RABONE

Anne Patricia ROSE

Mini SATHEESH

Elisabeth SCHMUTZ

Uzma SHAIKH

Sarah Jane SKITT

Gillian STARCK

Faiza Mubeen TARIQ

Lindsay WHITE

Shirley Charlotte WITT

Pass

Ravinder Kaur BRATCH

Maria DAMIA MUNOZ

Kalvinder GAHIR

Bhairvi GOSRANI

Syed IQBALUDDIN

Emer Lucia Maria LOFTUS

Peter John MITCHISON

Eunice Temilola ONI ONI
abbr.
Office of Naval Intelligence

Noun 1. ONI - the military intelligence agency that provides for the intelligence and counterintelligence and investigative and security requirements of the United States Navy
 

Lanre PETERS

Jette SCHOUGAARD

Priya SURI SURI Syracuse University Research Institute  

Forough TOOSI

Postgraduate Diploma in Community Pharmacy

with Commendation

Julia Anne BOWEN

Aisha BUTT

Nicholas James CADDY A plastic container that holds a CD or DVD disc for added protection. The bare disc is placed in the caddy, and the caddy is inserted into the drive. A caddy is not a jewel case. A jewel case protects the disc for transportation. A caddy protects the disc while reading and writing.  

Anna CANTILLON

Mark Andrew GREEN

Jan GRIFFIN

Katy Jane HERBERT

Sinead McAULEY

Uta MISSBACH

Kelly MITCHELL

Lynne Margaret PORTER

Razeya RANDERA-MOHAMEDY

Karen May SMALLMAN

Pass

June Maria EDWARDS

Ola Alaa Eldin EL-GARAWANY

Fridah NKOMESHYA

Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy

Khawla AL-SHARHAN

Juan Luis CORDERO GOMEZ

Mala mala /ma·la/ (ma´lah) [L.]
1. cheek.

2. zygomatic bone.

mala /ma·la/ (mu´lah 
 DHIR DHIR Dairy Herd Improvement Registry  

Ian Noel DUNN

Francisco Jose FERNANDEZ VARGAS

Clare Rachel MACGREGOR

Francis Mungai MAINA

Keeya MEHTA

Judith Anne PEARSON

Henrik Kjer PETERSEN

Patricia Margaret ROPER

Postgraduate Certificate in Community Pharmacy

Terence John CLARKE

Wai Yin Kim HO

Carole Grace Mary KNIGHT

Keith Daniel TEAGUE

Postgraduate Certificate in Community Pharmacy Management

Adeniyi ADEYEMO

Luisa HERRERA GARCIA

Farhad KHODABAKSH

Dipen SHAH

Postgraduate Certificate in Prescribing for Pharmacists

Lorna CAIRNS

David Alexander KEAN

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