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graduand

(ˈɡrædjʊˌænd)
n
(Education) chiefly Brit a person who is about to graduate
[C19: from Medieval Latin graduandus, gerundive of graduārī to graduate]
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And credit to Robert Gordon University for ditching him as an honorary graduand four years ago.
Dr Ruto (right) takes a selfie with fellow graduand at the University of Nairobi graduation square.
"To receive a personal congratulation from the honorary graduand on the day, Professor Lesley Yellowlees, was also a very nice gesture.
Admiral (Retd) Colombage, became the first ever doctoral graduand of the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, being conferred with a PhD degree.
Another well-attended prodigious exhibition of some 140 exhibits of graduand project work.
"Each graduand is allocated two guest tickets in St Paul's with the option to have an additional two tickets in the live link.
Professor Sir John O'Reilly, Vice Chancellor of Cranfield University said, "We are delighted to recognise as an Honorary graduand, an exceptional individual whose achievements have contributed so much to the community."
Frances Crowley's good bumper horse Graduand missed his hurdling debut at Naas last Sunday because he went lame and Ruby Walsh, who was to have ridden him, switches to Willie Mullins' Gayle Abated in the Sarsfield Bridge Hotel Maiden Hurdle.
The opening Lakelands Maiden Hurdle can go to Francis Crowley's Graduand.
Professor Neil Corcoran, who teaches English Literature at St Andrews and who proposed the folk icon as an honorary graduand, says his lyrics are as 'complex and compelling as that of gifted poets of the printed page'.
Simon Fraser University School of Criminology graduand Adamirea Tijerino has studied the results of corporal punishment on children and argues for the abolition of section 43 of the Criminal Code of Canada.
They add: "This not only causes damage to the hats but it can also cause injury if the corner of the hat hits the graduand or others who may be nearby."