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Geraldton Universities Centre celebrates the graduation of 47 bright young minds in class of 2022

Anna CoxGeraldton Guardian
GUC Class of 2022.
Camera IconGUC Class of 2022. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied

Geraldton Universities Centre celebrated 47 graduates seeking to enter the workforce after their class of 2022 graduated on Friday evening at the Queens Park Theatre.

Across 12 degrees, 47 students used the centre as a support network and direct link to tertiary education from Curtin, CQ University and The University of Southern Queensland.

Tim McAuliffe, deputy vice-chancellor academic Paul Brunton and Merle Meyer.
Camera IconTim McAuliffe, deputy vice-chancellor academic Paul Brunton and Merle Meyer. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied
Gaylene and Elizabeth Newton at the GUC graduation ceremony.
Camera IconGaylene and Elizabeth Newton at the GUC graduation ceremony. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied

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Nursing, education, agribusiness, masters of sexology and accounting were among some of the degrees earnt by students.

Primary education graduate Phillipa Rumble was awarded the school of education and the arts medal. The medal is awarded to the graduating student with the highest academic achievement in a bachelor’s degree. Ms Rumble graduated with a grade point average of 6.963 out of a possible seven.

Ashlee Taylor, Melissa Wass and Kathryn Wilson at the GUC graduation ceremony.
Camera IconAshlee Taylor, Melissa Wass and Kathryn Wilson at the GUC graduation ceremony. Credit: Dragonfly Media;supplied
School medalist Philippa Rumble and CQU Associate Professor Angelina Ambrosett.
Camera IconSchool medalist Philippa Rumble and CQU Associate Professor Angelina Ambrosett. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied

“It’s transformational for our community, and toward the end of last year, GUC was recognised for just that — taking out the community centric award as part of the Australian Rural Education Awards,“ GUC chair Jody Beven said.

Isabelle Perks and family at the GUC graduation ceremony.
Camera IconIsabelle Perks and family at the GUC graduation ceremony. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied
Dr Althea Ward, Dr Stephanie Mills and Colin Andreoli at the GUC graduation ceremony.
Camera IconDr Althea Ward, Dr Stephanie Mills and Colin Andreoli at the GUC graduation ceremony. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied
GUC chair Jody Beven.
Camera IconGUC chair Jody Beven. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied
Grace, Tim and Mick McAuliffe at the GUC graduation ceremony.
Camera IconGrace, Tim and Mick McAuliffe at the GUC graduation ceremony. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied
The GUC class of 2022.
Camera IconThe GUC class of 2022. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied
Lorraine De Guzman and Tiambra Calvin.
Camera IconLorraine De Guzman and Tiambra Calvin. Credit: Dragonfly Media supplied

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