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Virtual Celebrations & Recognitions

May 21, 2020

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Though we could not hold our usual in-person graduation and completion ceremonies this semester, we look forward to celebrating with you in person in the future when possible. In the meantime, our college is still committed to celebrating everyone who completed their programs. Each department put together some kind of virtual celebration for their students, such as congratulatory videos, special messages on their websites and social media platforms, and mailed completion packets. We want to celebrate you all and recognize your many achievements! Read about our virtual celebrations and recognitions

To our continuing students, from Dean Shari Tarver Behring

May 20, 2020

Shari Tarver Behring

 Through this historic, unprecedented time, you, the students of the Michael D. Eisner College of Education, awe and inspire me. You are persevering in the attainment of your educational goals with commitment, hard work and resilience through this difficult and ambiguous time. Thank you for making your College proud. I want all of you to know that the Michael D. Eisner College of Education cares about you and encourages you to take advantage of the many resources available to assist and nurture you. Read more

Outstanding Graduating Senior Heaven Barnett

May 19, 2020

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We are very pleased to congratulate Deaf Studies graduate Heaven Barnett on receiving the 2020 Outstanding Graduating Senior Award. This award is annually presented to students from the undergraduate class whose combined record of academic achievement, service to the campus, and service to the community, exemplify the highest standards. By tradition, the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award is bestowed upon recipients during the Honors Convocation Ceremony. It is our hope to maintain that tradition by presenting this award when we are able to do so in the future for the class of 2019-20. In the meantime, however, we celebrate you right now and want to share this good news with our campus community.


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