SCU honours industry leaders

Three nationally recognised leaders in the fields of education, natural and complementary medicine, and tourism management received awards for their contribution to Southern Cross University during Saturdays graduation ceremonies.

The three recipients were (l-r) the former director of the North Coast Institute of TAFE, Neil Black, the founding father of Blackmores, Marcus Blackmore AM, and Mr John King, the managing director of Global Tourism and Leisure Pty Ltd and chair of the Australian Tourism Export Council.

My Black and Mr King were both made Honorary Fellows while Mr Blackmore was awarded an Honorary Doctorate.

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