Commencement Materials, 1927-present

Document Type

Program

Publication Date

Winter 2018

Notes

Introduction - Dena French

Welcome - Gale Rice

Remarks - Carey Adams

Keynote Address - Shannon Ebron

Student Speakers - Ryan Collins, Lauren Holfeld

Closing Remarks - Dena French

Comments

MA in Family and Consumer Sciences, Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP)

Hooding ceremonies are held by institutions of higher education to recognize students and the hard work that goes into achieving an advanced degree. The ceremony is a time when individual schools and programs can acknowledge the accomplishments of their graduates in a more personal way than is permitted at the university's general commencement. It is a special part of academic insignia and signifies scholarly, professional, and personal achievement.

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