Liverpool Hope University Chancellor’s Dinner
PUBLISHED: 00:00 26 October 2016
Liverpool Hope University hosted a Chancellor’s Dinner during a week of graduation celebrations.
Liverpool Hope University
Voices of Hope pictured with Director of Music Professor Stephen Pratt
Dame Lorna Muirhead, the first female Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside, who received an honorary doctorate
Chancellor of Liverpool Hope University, Field Marshal,The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank
Professor Gerald Pillay (Vice Chancellor-Liverpool Hope University) and wife Dr Nirmala Pillay, Dr Liliana Alvarez Tostado Penella, Director of International Affairs, Dr Santiago García, Vice-Chancellor and Mexico City Campus, Lady Kate Guthrie, Field Marshal The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank, Dr Wendy Bignold, Dr Keith Paterson and Dr Jaime Olaiz, Assistant Dean, Law School Panamericana University in Mexico
Pro Chancellor Monsignor, John Devine and his sister Miss Angela Devine
Dr Jaime Olaiz, Assistant Dean at Law School Panamerica University, Mexico, Dr Liliana Alvarez Tostado Penella, Director of International Affairs at Panamericana University, Mexico, Mrs Joelle Paterson and Dr Keith Paterson, Director of International Relations at Liverpool Hope.
Honory Fellow Judith Henderson and Dr Nirmala Pillay
Professor Gerald Pillay and Professor Simon Piasecki (both Liverpool Hope University)
Professor John Shembri at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral who received an Honorary Doctorate
Students celebrating Graduation at Hope Park Campus
Dame Lorna Muirhead and Field Marshal, The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank
The summer black-tie event opened with a drinks reception, followed by dinner in The Great Hall at Liverpool Hope’s Creative Campus. Esteemed guests included Dame Lorna Muirhead, the first female Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside, and Professor John Schembri, head of the department of geography at the University of Malta, who both received honorary doctorates at the graduation ceremonies this year at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral. The evening was enjoyed by all and Voices of Hope, the university’s student vocal ensemble, entertained the crowd alongside speeches by Chancellor of the University Lord Guthrie, Vice Chancellor Professor Gerald Pillay and Dame Lorna Muirhead.