UBC announces 2024 honourary degree recipients – Recognizing Ry Moran’s Impact

Apr 18, 2024
From left to right, Nathan Medd (CEO), Shelley Williams (Board Chair), and Ry Moran

Photo from left to right: Nathan Medd (CEO of the Victoria Conservatory of Music and Alix Goolden Performance Hall), Shelley Williams (Board Chair), and Ry Moran at the Canadian Arts Summit in Banff, Alberta in March 2024.

Congratulations to Ry Moran for receiving an honourary Doctor of Law degree from the University of British Columbia. UBC bestows honorary degrees, the highest accolades it offers, upon individuals who have made significant contributions to society.

Read UBC’s Honourary Degree Announcement here.

Last September, Ry Moran joined the Victoria Conservatory as a guest faculty member in Music and Reconciliation. He has been instrumental in examining the responsibilities and impacts for organizations like the Victoria Conservatory of Music regarding its mission of promoting learning, performance, and wellness through music.

Ry’s guest appointment at the Victoria Conservatory was supported by the City of Victoria’s Music Strategy program.