On 10 July 2017, one PhD student and seven master’s students graduated from the UNU Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS). This year’s graduates were from Bhutan, Cameroon, India, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Zambia.
At the graduation ceremony, UNU Rector David M. Malone, UNU Senior Vice-Rector Taikan Oki, and UNU-IAS Director Kazuhiko Takemoto delivered remarks to the graduates and assembled guests, followed by a special lecture by Professor Keisuke Hanaki of Toyo University. Two of the new graduates, Singay Dorji and Thilini Upeksha Nuwanthika Kaluarachchi, gave speeches on behalf of the 2017 graduating class.
For more information, see the news story on the UNU-IAS website.