You did it!
Congratulation to the Class of 2015 on your tremendous accomplishments. You should be extremely proud of yourselves for your hard work and dedication over these past three years.
Graduation will be held on May 15th.
The Graduating Class of 2015 has spoken! Commencement role winners:
Luz Lopez (Marshall), Mark Gianino (Reader), Melvin Delgado and Gary Eager (Hooders), Lisa Moore (Recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award), the Class of 2015 would like their gift to go to The Hubie Jones Fund earmarked for student scholarships. Hubie Jones (’57), Dean Emeritus, will be our Commencement Speaker. To learn more about Jones’ work throughout his career, take a look at the article published by the Boston Globe here.
“In a world of growing inequality, you are needed. You are needed more than ever,” convocation speaker Michael Brown, CEO and Co-Founder of City Year, told the Boston University School of Social Work graduates on May 16, 2014.
“You’ll soon realize that you are, in fact, running to something. You are running to your dreams for a better world for the young and the old, for people of color, for the marginalized, for the disaffected, for human dignity,” Brown said regarding the long journey to social justice. “Perhaps most of all you are running towards your authentic self and a life of meaning, adventure, and purpose. All of which, is priceless”
“Use your skills, your education, your classmates and most of all your passion and commitment to bend the arch faster,” Brown tells the graduates, referencing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Bend it as fast and as far as you can.”
Michael Brown’s full convocation address can be viewed below.