Department of Exercise Sciences


Congratulations to our new graduates

08 June 2017
Photograph taken at the University of Auckland's May 2017 ceremony of graduates from the Department of Exercise Sciences celebrating their success with Head of Department, Associate Professor Greg Anson.
Recent graduates from the Department of Exercise Sciences celebrate their success with Head of Department, Associate Professor Greg Anson (far right) in May, 2017.

The Department of Exercise Sciences invited its most recent graduates to the Faculty of Science graduation breakfast in the University’s new pavilion.

Head of Department, Associate Professor Greg Anson (far right) was pleased to see postgraduates there from the Clinical Exercise Physiology programme as well as Hayley Macdonald (third from the right) graduating with a PhD.

Josh Foreman (fifth from left), New Zealand's youngest to get a cochlear implant, also graduated with a Master of Science specialising in Clinical Exercise Physiology. Born profoundly deaf, Josh talked to the NZ Herald and Newshub about how much graduating means to him.