Graduate refers to someone who has been the subject of a graduation, namely, someone who has completed the requirements of an academic degree. A graduate of institution would be an alumnus of that institution.
Graduate may also refer to: as person how completed and academic degree in any displine
Graduate was an English new wave/mod revival musical group formed in 1978, in Bath, England. They were only very mildly successful, and broke up by 1981. They are today best known as being the initial recording vehicle for future Tears for Fears members Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith, who found major international fame in the 1980s and '90s.
John Baker and Roland Orzabal were at school together and performed as the "Baker Brothers" in local pubs and clubs from 1977 aged 16. The name Graduate came from the fact that they used to open shows with a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson", which was featured in the movie The Graduate. In 1979, Graduate signed a publishing deal with Tony Hatch who subsequently offered the group to Pye Records.
In 1979, Graduate visited Cambridge for May week, staying at St. John's College with band member Steve Buck, and playing an open air gig at a birthday party for the self-styled Peter Counsell-Farquhar and William d'Arcy Symonds. "Graduate - they were fantastic" - William Symonds 2014.
The band played this at the American Music Awards in 1998, changing some of the lyrics to "can I masturbate" in place of "can I graduate." In 2011 former Third Eye Blind members Cadogan and Arion Salazar created a music video for the song.
"I'm not there yet, but I am committed to trying to figure this out," Brumley said.Getting more graduates ... "There is not a large number of African-Americans who are graduating from the college of education and pursuing teaching careers," Bob Hammonds said ... More than 20% are African-American males but only 5% of teachers are.
With HBCU’s accounting for almost 20% of all AfricanAmerican college graduates, ViacomCBS sought to help remove possible tuition cost barriers that may prevent HBCU scholars from pursuing graduate studies in journalism. “HBCU GRADUATES ARE CRITICAL TO ADVANCING OUR COUNTRY’S ...
The academy will operate as a public charter high school and is free and open to all students, who are called “graduate candidates.” When a student drops out or decides to leave another school, they can enroll in the academy to have a more personalized and flexible curriculum that will get them a diploma.
Butterworth, SouthAfrican graduate student Mbunyuza’s thesis presentation, was titled “Izila & Ukukhapha” in his Xhosa Tribal language, a name that means “Mourning and Accompaniment.” It’s doubtful that since its founding in 1890, OU has ever witnessed anything resembling it.
In school, the children learned of their ancestors’ brave heroics, African slaves who revolted against French colonialists and established a free republic, and they saw Black men and women running fruit stands, banks, schools and the government ... The history of African Americans amazed her.
In 2020, an AfricanAmerican mother – desperate for her son, a high school senior, to graduate and go off to college – was forced into court to defend him ... When Clark refused and asked for reasonable accommodations, the school threatened him with “material harm including a failing grade and non-graduation,” eventually acting “on their threats.”.
“This will be the first — hopefully won’t be the last — monument, edifice, memorial (and) even nod to AfricanAmericans in Gwinnett County,” said JoyceMoore, who graduated from the school in 1966 and serves as vice chair of the Hooper-Renwick Legacy Preservation Committee.
Those efforts will begin with direct funding of programs at an initial cohort of partner HBCUs and MSIs with an exceptional record of accomplishment in graduating students who advance to STEM PhD careers ... producer of AfricanAmerican graduates going on to earn MD/PhD degrees, including STEM professionals and researchers around the country.".