Honorary Degrees

N.B.: The detail displayed about each honorary degree recipient varies, as the database was compiled from a variety of sources. However, more information may be available at the University Archives.


Portrait of E.L. Wetmore, 1910 (Photograph Collection, A-2843)
Name: The Honorable Edward Ludlow Wetmore
Convocation date: May 1, 1919
Discipline / contribution: public service
Citation / biographical information:
By the unanimous consent of the Senate, on the motion of President Murray, seconded by Bishop Newnham, the Chancellor conferred the Honorary degree of Doctor of Civil Law in absentia on the Honorable E.L. Wetmore, former Chancellor.
The proposer and seconder, and the Chancellor in conferring the degree paid tribute to the eminent services rendered by Mr. Wetmore to the University and the people of the Province during his tenure of the offices of Chief Justice, and Chancellor of the University.
[Senate: Minutes of Convocation]

Degree received: Doctor of Civil Law
Other notes: degree conferred in absentia

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