Over 6,300 students graduated in 10 ceremonies this weekend.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon reflected on the importance of service and unity in a world filled with crises and opportunities during his address to the Class of 2015 at the School of Foreign Service’s commencement ceremony.
In journalist Charlie Rose’s commencement address to the Georgetown College Class of 2015, he encouraged graduates to seize the opportunities available to them and live life fully.
Global mental health expert Vikram Patel spoke about mental health and health inequality in his address to the Class of 2015 at the commencement ceremony for the School of Nursing and Health Studies.
Former Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao spoke about the importance of entrepreneurship in a free market society yesterday during her address to the Class of 2015 at the McDonough School of Business’ commencement ceremony.
Six students were honored as valedictorians and Dean’s Medal recipients this weekend for achieving the highest GPAs in their respective schools, with a tie between three students in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Seniors at the School of Foreign Service in Qatar graduated during an official commencement ceremony held on the university’s Education City campus Thursday, May 7. The seventh graduating class of 57 seniors received their Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service degrees, available in international politics, international economics, international history and culture and politics.
The Class of 2015 kicked off graduation ceremonies after Senior Week at the senior convocation ceremony in McDonough Arena Thursday. A highlight of the convocation ceremony was the presentation of the senior class gift. This year’s class raised a total of $146,475.61, combining the help of 1,276 donating seniors and an additional gift of $75,000 from the Board of Regents.
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