Institute of Koorie Education

Institute of Koorie Education Graduates

Graduates of 2004

Graduate Name Degree
MERLE BAMBLETT GRADUATE CERTIFICATE OF JOURNALISM
ALF BAMBLETT DOCTORATE OF LAWS (HONORIS CAUSA DU)
HELEN LAWRENCE GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANGEMENT
GERALD CALLOW GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANGEMENT
ELSIE COOPER GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANGEMENT
KIM SMITH GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANGEMENT
JOAN VICKERY MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH
KARLENE DWYER MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH
ANGELA CLARKE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH
ESMERELDA BAMBLETT MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
MICHELLE GRIFFEN GRADUATE CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION (INFO TECH ED)
HAROLD KIRBY BACHELOR OF LAWS (WITH HONOURS)
ROSEMARY HOGARTH BACHELOR OF LAWS
DARREN LOVETT BACHELOR OF LAWS
DAVID MILLER BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
STEPHEN HOGARTH BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
SABRINA TOBY BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
CHARLEENE MUNDINE BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
CLARENCE CLOSE BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
BROWYN RAZEM BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
GRETTA JACKSON BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK (HONOURS)
SEAN O'MEARA BACHELOR OF ARTS
STEPHEN O'MEARA BACHELOR OF ARTS
MARILYN KELLY BACHELOR OF ARTS
ERIC BARTMAN BACHELOR OF ARTS
JUNE HIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS
KAYLENE PARTER BACHELOR OF ARTS
MARJORIE GRANT BACHELOR OF ARTS
GEOFFREY LINGWOODOCK BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK
NERVADA CORNWELL BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK
TIMOTHY CADD BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
CARMEL LANCASTER BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
BENJAMIN TAHENY BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
PENNYX SAXON BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
BEVERLY WHYTE BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
WESTERN JENNINGS BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
KERRIE BLACK BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
BARBARA FRASER BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
HAZEL TRAEVASKIS BACHELOR OF ARTS (VISUAL ARTS)
DENNIS BROADWATER BACHELOR OF ARTS (COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT)
JUSTINE BENNELL BACHELOR OF TEACHING (PRIMARY) / BACHELOR OF ARTS
LAURA THOMPSON BACHELOR OF TEACHING (SECONDARY) / BACHELOR OF ARTS

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16th November 2010