Graduate and Associate Degrees Awarded

May 9th, 2001 by Adam

Michele Hutchins
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May 4, 2001

Plymouth State College’s annual graduate commencement ceremony for recipients of graduate degrees, graduate certificates and associate degrees will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 12 at Foley Gymnasium. Nearly 170 graduates will be recognized.

Greetings and remarks of welcome will be offered by USNH Chancellor Stephen J. Reno, Plymouth State College President Donald P. Wharton, and PSC Vice President for Academic Affairs Virginia M. Barry.

Commencement speakers are Kathleen C. McCabe, a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) candidate from Gilford, and MBA candidate Perry G. Kapsambelis from Merrimack.

Following the speakers, President Wharton and Vice President Barry will present Distinguished Graduate Teaching Awards to David L. Kent, MBA program and Mary E. McNeil, CAGS program.
Conferral of degrees will begin with the awarding of Certificates of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership (15), followed by Master of Business Administration degrees (32), Master of Education degrees (106), Post-Baccalaureate certificates (3) and Associate of Arts degrees (11).

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