Siena conferred licentiates
and doctorates (normally at the same time) on 1,288 individuals between 1516 and 1579, an average of 20 annually.
Daniel, who is also a grade 8 oboist and bassoonist, said: "It was a long wait to find out if I had passed the Licentiate
but I am thrilled to have achieved this level.
Mary's University of Minnesota, and is now studying for the Licentiate
of Canon Law at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Ontario, for marriage tribunal work in the Diocese of Winona, MN.
He studied to further his musical and conducting skills,becoming a Licentiate
of both the Guildhall School of Music and the British Bandsmen's College of Music.
She holds the Licentiate
of The Royal Academy of Music in Piano Teaching, and the Dalcroze Teacher's Certificate, both from England.
The Special Commission established by the 123rd General Assembly has voted (5-2) to remove Darryl Macdonald as a licentiate
of The Presbyterian Church in Canada.
He earned his licentiate
degree in economics from the Universidad Nacional del Sur, a master's degree in capital markets from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and a master of business administration in finance and international business from Columbia Business School.
He earned a licentiate
in canon law from the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome in 1957.
The fund has issued the award for a total of 39 doctoral dissertations, 20 licentiate
theses and 83 Master's theses, including this year's prizes.
in computer science and engineering from Ghent University and a Licentiate
Computer Science (MSc) from the University of Antwerp.
After earning a Licentiate
in canon law from Catholic University in Washington, he returned to Rome where he studied canon law and, in 1968, obtained a doctorate in both church and civil law from Pontifical Lateran University.
Alessi is a 1963 graduate of Fordham University, where he also earned a licentiate
in Philosophy (Ph.