On Friday 4 July, we celebrated the graduation of four members of the Conservation Ecology Research Group. Receiving PhDs were Miranda Davis, Georgina Palmer and Tom Mason, while Bethan Hindle received her MRes. The graduation ceremony occurred in the historic Durham Cathedral which is a World Heritage Site. Friends and family attended from far and wide and gathered on the Palace Green to celebrate the conferring of these degrees. Unfortunately Tom Mason could not attend because he is currently living in Quebec, Canada, as a postdoctoral researcher at Laval University. All four have been as successful following their degrees as they were during them, securing research positions at other Universities around the world.
Members of CEG DUrham and the School of Biology on the Palace Green
Stephen Willis, Miranda Davis and Georgina Palmer
Miranda Davis, Bethan Hindle and Georgina Palmer on the Palace Green after the conferring of their degrees.