Jacques Pépin to Address MET’s 2015 Graduates

During MET’s Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 16, Dean ad interim Tanya Zlateva will introduce MET’s 2015 Commencement Speaker, Jacques Pépin. The acclaimed chef, author, and television personality is a legend in the cooking world, and at BU’s Metropolitan College. In collaboration with French cooking guru and television personality Julia Child, Chef Pépin was responsible […]


MET Commencement 2014 and Speaker Dr. Bacevich

On Saturday, May 17, 2014, this year’s class of MET graduates received their diplomas. While the students are now moving on to the next steps in their lives, we won’t forget the great strides they made here at MET or how they’ve enriched this university. Dean ad interim Tanya Zlateva introduced Commencement 2014 Speaker Andrew […]

2013 Metropolitan College Commencement Address by Douglas Chamberlain

Douglas Chamberlain (MET’74, GSM’76) President and Chief Executive Officer of Appleton Partners Founder, Appleton and Cambridge Appleton Trust You made it! Congratulations! I know it’s been a long row to hoe. I’m Doug Chamberlain—40 years ago, I was exactly where you are today. I’m excited for you, and know that your best days are ahead. […]

Douglas C. Chamberlain to give MET’s 2013 Commencement Address

Dean Tanya Zlateva introduced MET’s 2013 Commencement Speaker: Mr. Douglas C. Chamberlain, MET ’74, GSM ’76. Mr. Chamberlain is CEO of Appleton Partners, Inc. and a founder of both Appleton and Cambridge Appleton Trust N.A., which manage assets for high net worth individuals, corporations, foundations, and pension and profit-sharing plans in 45 states and abroad. […]

Sunday’s commencement singer, Michael Convicer (CFA’12), is an incoming MET Arts Administration student.

The faculty chose Convicer for many reasons says Phyllis Hoffman (CFA’61,’67), a College of Fine Arts professor of music and director of BU’s Tanglewood Institute. Not only is he a leader in CFA in terms of student government and his support of his fellow students, but he has worked in three units of the University—Admissions, […]