November 2022 Graduation Celebration
Published on 23 November 2022
Celebrating our November 2022 UoD CEPMLP graduations
"Wonderful to see each of our graduating students getting star treatment on the day: cameras, lights, action!" - such was the acclamation of Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) Director, Prof. Peter Cameron, on the November 2022, University of Dundee, graduation of the Centre's Masters and Doctoral students.
Newly graduated alumnus Eugene Kem (MSc International Energy Studies and Energy Economics) said 'I really enjoyed the graduation day, as well as the gathering event, thoroughly organised by the CEPMLP. Plus, I was very happy to meet my lecturers and classmates'. Fellow economist, Viraj Mahadeshwar (MSc Energy Economics), reflected on his graduation in pithy rhyme: “Those were our days, hard work forever pays!”
Richard Wichmann (LLM, International Energy Law and Policy) said: “Besides the excellent teaching, what I liked most was that you had the opportunity to make friends with students from all over the world: From both South and North America, to Africa, Asia and Europe. This diversity makes the centre unique and is reflected not only in the nationality of the lecturers but also in their interdisciplinary teaching approach at CEPLMP, which allows you to think outside the box and understand the big picture.”
Timothy Anyasodo (MSc International Energy Studies and Energy Economics) said:
“I am so delighted to have completed my program in energy economics where I was able to learn and apply economic principles in relation to energy commodities and resources towards sustainability and net zero. Collaborating with colleagues on various research assignments and projects was also able to boost necessary soft skills such as communication and teamwork.”
Reflecting on his graduation, Abhigyan (Gyan) Khargharia said:
"I graduated with an MSc in Sustainability (special focus on climate change & the green economy) with a distinction after acing my internship report on community engagement in Dundee around climate conversations using creative methods.
Thank you to CEPMLP for teaching me so much about this field, and to University of Dundee as a whole for so many fruitful experiences".
Fellow MSc Sustainability graduates said:
Amina Deji-Logunleko - "Do not ever stop working hard at being the best you can be".
Megan McInnes - “Delighted to have gained a Master’s of Science in Sustainability with Distinction. Thank you: University of Dundee & CEPMLP for the memories, skills & knowledge to make a positive difference in transforming the world”.
MSc Sustainability and Renewables graduate, Odeh Ogah, said: "Grateful to have completed my Master's degree; much hard work was required, and I obliged!, Climate change, a more significant effort is required, and I shall oblige!".
Lastly, Dr Susan Nakanwagi, gave this sage advice on her doctoral graduation: "A Ph.D is a unique and unscripted journey; one step at a time, and all is possible. Take up opportunities along the way, foster relationships, friendships forged for life - celebrated at graduation and built to last".
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