Flinders University’s December graduation ceremonies took place on 17 December at the Adelaide Convention Centre and saw more than 550 graduating students receive their degrees. The University awarded degrees to its first cohort of Master of Occupational Therapy graduates, and for the first time medical graduates qualified with a Doctor of Medicine – rather than a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery.
Honorary doctorates were awarded to Aboriginal health pioneer and advocate Ms Pat Anderson and to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England, Professor James Barber.
We wish the December graduates the very best for the future and warmly welcome them into the Flinders alumni family. They join a network of just under 80,000 professionals that extends across more than 100 countries.