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Graduation Ceremonies 2000

Thursday 20 and Friday 21 July
Peacock Theatre

Around 1,000 students will attend LSE graduation ceremonies this summer.

The ceremonies, led by LSE Director Professor Anthony Giddens, will take place on Thursday 20 and Friday 21 July in the School's Peacock Theatre.

As well as BSc, MSc and PhD graduates, the School will take the opportunity to welcome new Honorary Fellows:

  • Professor Peter Hennessy, Professor of Contemporary History, Queen Mary and Westfield College;
  • The Right Honourable The Lord Irvine of Lairg, QC, Lord Chancellor;
  • Keith Mackrell, Chairman of Enterprise LSE (the company which links the School's academic resources with business and consultancy projects);
  • Mary Robinson, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights;
  • Sir Richard Wilson KCB, Secretary of the Cabinet and Head of the Home Civil Service.

LSE confers Honorary Fellowships each year on people who have attained distinction in the arts, science, or public life, or who have rendered outstanding services to the School or its concerns. There are currently 150 Honorary Fellows.

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Notes

Thursday 20 July

11am: Economic History, International History, Industrial Relations, International Relations, Operational Research, Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
2.30pm: Economics: Economic History, International History, Industrial Relations, International Relations, Operational Research, Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
2.30pm: Economics

Friday 21 July

11am: Accounting and Finance, Anthropology, Geography and Environment, Information Systems, Language Centre, Social Psychology, Management
2.30pm: European Institute, Government, Law, Mathematics, Sociology, Social Policy, Statistics: Accounting and Finance, Anthropology, Geography and Environment, Information Systems, Language Centre, Social Psychology, Management
2.30pm: European Institute, Government, Law, Mathematics, Sociology, Social Policy, Statistics

Invitations will be sent to students' term-time addresses by 24 May

19 May 2000

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