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Charles McIntosh; Charlotte Helen MacKenzie; Darren Norman McWhirter; Marc Melly; Demi Violet Mitchell; Darren Murphy; Daniel Nelis; Matthew Robert Nisbet; Kieran O'Reilly; Emma Daisy Savage; Jordan Thomas Wark with Second Class Honours -lower division -Mark Leith; Victoria Ivy Mackay; Mark Dominic Meechan; Stewart Paterson; Russell Penman; Melissa McIntosh Sulo Bachelor of Science -Ryan John Brown with merit; Jenny Clair MacTaggart with merit; David Millar with merit; Alan Wright with distinction in Psychology -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Moy Tian Xiang; Toh Boon Kheng in Speech and Language Pathology -with First Class Honours -Eleanor Estop with distinction in Clinical Practice; Claire Elizabeth Green with merit in Clinical Practice; Iona Sinclair with merit in Clinical Practice with Second Class Honours -upper division -Morna Christine Butcher with merit in Clinical Practice; Hayley Lindsay Crawford with merit in Clinical Practice; Jane Cairnie Cruickshank with merit in Clinical Practice; Faith Leah Dawson-Bowman; Rachel Maria Fusi with merit in Clinical Practice; Rachel Oliphant with merit in Clinical Practice with Second Class Honours -lower division -Emily Helen Gonnella; Stefan David Kellhofer in Human Communication Studies -Bachelor of Science -Ellie Bather; Kirsty Fiona Smart for the degree of BACHELOR OF ARTS -in Economics and Politics and International Relations -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Zinovia Panagiotidou in Human Resource Management & Politics and International Relations -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Judit Kardos in Human Resource Management and Psychology -with First Class Honours -Jennifer Ann Nicoll in Politics and International Relations -with First Class Honours -Katie Coulter-Aitken; Antony Paul Lee; Courtney Robertson; Alexander Stobo; Ronan Donald Buchanan Wilson; Emel Anne Zorlu with Second Class Honours -upper division -Stuart David Bagnall; Nils Blomberg; Jack Conlon; Cara-Marie Connolly; Erin Christine Doak; Molly Rose Donegan; Lynsey Carney Ferguson; Eleonora Giuffrida; Mhari Henderson; Rebecca Hughes; Kornelia Anna Kietlinska; Beth de Voy Macpherson; Lewis Robert Orr; Gary Paterson; Andrea Sofia Sánchez Almeida; Claudia Courtney Magdalene Scott; Sarah Shields; Charles Woodham with Second Class Honours -lower division -Joseph Brannigan; Craig James McCormick; Ellis Murray; Zahari Petrov; Scott Charles Sutherland in Politics and International Relations and English -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Loren Lappin with Second Class Honours -lower division -Beth McBride in Politics and International Relations and History -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Louis Boyle; Christopher James Harkins; Fraser Macfarlane; Emily Jane McGinley; Colin John Alexander Moore; Valentina Tokusheva; Kenneth James Vickers; Jamie Wilson in Politics and International Relations & Human Resource Management -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Evelina Luksyte; James Hugh Stout in Politics & International Relations & Journalism & Creative Writing -with First Class Honours -Pawel Latoszek with Second Class Honours -upper division -Cécile Frédérique Gabrielle Poinot in Politics and International Relations and Law -with First Class Honours -Blair Welsh with Second Class Honours -upper division -Megan Burnside; Ina Elevant; Cassie Elizabeth O'Keefe in Psychology -with First Class Honours -Wanda Fischera; Katie Margaret Hendry; Elizabeth Gillian Mary Hutchison; Rebecca Louise Johnson; Jovana Kablar; Hannah Alison Kennedy; Kaiynat Mahmood; Georgia Mooney; Martin Nemec; Sabina Nonnis; Catherine Smith with Second Class Honours -upper division -Heather Sarah Jane Archbold; Hannah Hamilton Auld; Jennifer Alex Black; Charlotte Louise Boswell; Theresa Boyle; Hollie Elizabeth Brown; Rebecca Gerard Cairney; Sarah Anne Cairns; Alexandra Clark; Emma Louise Cottrell; Sarah-Hazel Davie; Lauren Dominick; Gavin Fearnside; Aimee Margaret Denver Ferguson; Florence Fitzsimmons; Christianna Flynn; James Furneaux; Gemma Patricia Gallacher; Edit Zsuzsanna Gedeon; Freya Jane Gentleman; David Paul Gillespie; Lauren Gilmour; Claire Gordon; Christina-Danai Griva; Kerri Louise Hair; Jennifer Amy Henderson; Nicole Higgins; Dorothea Christiane Hinrichs; Frans Vihelm Olavi Horneman; Nicola Hughes; Hannah Kane; Harpreet Kaur Sahi; Alexa Agnes Kerr; Aimie Leech; Antonia Louise Lloyd; Bronwen McCall; Emma Trotter McCluskey; Danielle Jean McKinnon; Anna Marina McLaughlin; Katie Mcloughlin; Oliver McLuckie; Calhoun Lorcan McMorrow; Megan McNair; Faseehah Malik; Petra Menih; Monika Mikeskaite; Justine Montgomery; Patricia Mooney; Rachel Sarah Morrison; Nimra Safia Moughal; Andrew Paul Mungall; Ryan Alexander Murray; Emma Florence Neilly; Monika Anna Nowacka; Nicola Jane Parker; Petar Deyanov Petrov; Kate Preston; Joanna Ross; Marilisa Fosca Scognamiglio; Ryan James Smith; Karen Steel; Athina Tatsi; Scott James Thomson; Caitlin Treece; Lauren Wallace; Shannon Lee Wilson; Danielle Young; Milan Zarchev with Second Class Honours -lower division -Elizabeth Adams; Clare Elise Bowen; Loren Brown; Kirsty Caffrey; Stefano Cambiaggi; Lyndseyanne Dobbs; Fraser Andrew Ewart; Fiona Hanley; Eilidh Lewis; Linzi McTaggart; Naomi Medland; Barbara Magdalena Warus in Psychology and Economics -with First Class Honours -Phoebe Edgar in Psychology and English -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Kirsty Suzanne Blackwood in Psychology with French -with Third Class Honours -Nora Ivanova Nacheva in Psychology and Human Resource Management -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Kathryn Anne Duncanson; Anna Ellen McNairney; Kyle Murtagh in Psychology and Law -with Second Class Honours -upper division -Katy Rodgers in Humanities and Social Sciences -Bachelor of Arts -John McMenemy The following are expected to graduate at a ceremony at the University of Strathclyde on Thursday 28 June 2018 at 3. …

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