Four University Medals to be awarded at Charles Sturt ceremonies in Bathurst

9 DECEMBER 2019

Four University Medals to be awarded at Charles Sturt ceremonies in Bathurst

Four graduates will be awarded the University Medal at the coming graduation ceremonies at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst on Thursday 12 and Friday 13 December.

  • The University Medal is awarded to students who achieve outstanding scholarly results and display qualities that reflect the University’s ethos and values
  • The four medallists to be awarded at the Charles Sturt graduations in Bathurst come from Bathurst, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains, and the Hawkesbury Region

Four graduates will be awarded the University Medal at the coming graduation ceremonies at Charles Sturt University (Charles Sturt) in Bathurst on Thursday 12 and Friday 13 December.

Charles Sturt Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students) Ms Jenny Roberts said, “The University Medal is awarded to students who have achieved outstanding scholarly results and display qualities that reflect the University’s ethos and value.

“They have demonstrated they are worthy recipients of the Medal by their conscientious scholarship and engagement with the University.

“I congratulate all the students and wish them every success in their future studies and careers,” Ms Roberts said.

The graduates are:

  • Ms Sarah Micallef will graduate from the Charles Sturt School of Communication and Creative Industries with a Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) at the Faculty of Arts and Education graduation ceremony in Bathurst at 6pm on Thursday 12 December. Ms Micallef grew up in Freemans Reach in the Hawkesbury region of NSW, is the first in her immediate family to attend university, and will deliver the Vote of Thanks speech at the graduation ceremony on behalf of her fellow graduates.
  • Mr Mitchell Bonham will graduate with a Bachelor of Science at the Faculty of Science ceremony in Bathurst at 9.30am on Friday 13 December. Mr Bonham grew up in the Blue Mountains, is a married mature age student living in Hazelbrook with his family of three small children, and works as a physiotherapist in St Clair in western Sydney while studying part-time and full-time for four years to become a physicist.
Detailed profiles of these four graduates will be issued on Charles Sturt News the day before each one graduates.


Media Note:

To arrange interviews contact Bruce Andrews at Charles Sturt Media on mobile 0418 669 362 or via news@csu.edu.au

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