More than 1,800 to graduate at Fall Convocation

adin bradleyMore than 1,800 graduates will receive diplomas and certificates October 24 as Niagara College holds its Fall Convocation Ceremonies at the Welland Campus.

Two ceremonies will be held. The 10 a.m. ceremony will include graduates from the schools of Business and Management Studies; Hospitality and Tourism; Environmental and Horticultural Studies; Academic and Liberal Studies; English Language Studies; Trades; Justice and Fitness Studies; and the Canadian Food and Wine Institute. The 3 p.m. ceremony will honour graduates from the schools of Allied Health Studies; Community Services; and Nursing and Personal Support Worker Studies.

Adin Bradley, a Niagara College double-graduate (General Arts ’96 and Human Resource Management ’98) will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award and speak to graduates at the morning ceremony, while Dr. Peter Fritz, a periodontist from Fonthill who has lectured extensively across North America, will receive the Niagara Award and speak to graduates at the afternoon ceremony.

Both ceremonies will be streamed live.

Dr. FritzFor more information, visit the convocation web site.

Pictures at left: top, Adin Bradley, bottom, Dr. Peter Fritz.

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