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commencement set for Aug. 3
Summer commencement exercises for 202 candidates
for graduation will begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, in Zorn
Arena at UW-Eau Claire.
The ceremony is open to everyone, and
tickets are not required.
A total of 170 undergraduate students will receive bachelor's
degrees, including 70 from the College of Arts and Sciences, 47
from the College of Business and 53 from the College of
A total of 32 graduate students will
receive master's degrees. These graduates include 11 from the
College of Arts and Sciences and eight from the College of
Business. Within the College of Professional Studies, 24
students will receive master's degrees from the School of
Education and six from the School of Nursing.
Chancellor Donald Mash will preside
over the ceremony and confer the degrees. Associate Vice
Chancellor Steven Tallant will present the candidates.
University Senate Chair Susan Harrison will be commencement
marshal. Rachel Kohn will provide signing for the hearing
Roger E. Axtell, a member of the UW
System Board of Regents, will deliver the "Charge to the
Katherine Marie Wittrock, Antigo, a
candidate for a bachelor's degree in public relations, will
Retirees who will be honored at
commencement include Carol Klun, associate dean and professor
emerita, College of Professional Studies; and Rita Kisting
Sparks, professor emerita, School of Nursing.
The following alumni and honorary
alumni will be recognized as alumni award recipients: David
Solberg, class of 1962, and John Certalic, class of 1971, Alumni
Distinguished Achievement Awards; Ronald Lund, class of 1971,
President's Award; and Gary Bartlett, Honorary Alumnus Award.
The Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra Brass
Quintet, coordinated by music faculty member Andrew Parks, will
provide music for the ceremony. Sarah Parks will lead the
singing of the national anthem and "University Alma
Robert Lopez, executive director of
enrollment services and director of admissions, will announce
the candidates' names during the presentation of diplomas.
A reception for graduates and guests
will follow the ceremony on the lawn near the campus mall clock
tower. In case of rain, the reception will be in the
Spruce-Tamarack Room of Davies Center.
Note: The first issue of the fall 2002 University Bulletin
will include more information about the retirees and Alumni
Distinguished Achievement Award recipients mentioned in this
summer concert planned
A free outdoor concert by Flood Plane Monday, July
29, will begin the last week of UW-Eau Claire's Summer Session
The concert will begin at 7 p.m. on the Central Campus Mall
(rain site: Schofield Auditorium).
Vincent K. Rose and Nick Johnson teamed
their acoustic guitars and voices to compose fresh new music in
the folk/rock tradition, and they perform only original
These events also will be presented on
campus the week of July 29:
- François Truffaut's "Fahrenheit 451" (1966) will
screen Tuesday and Thursday at noon and 7 p.m. in Davies
For his first film in color and in
English, Truffaut chose Ray Bradbury's classic study of a
totalitarian world in the not-distant future, where the
possession or reading of books is prohibited.
- UW-Eau Claire and area jazz musicians will perform from noon
to 1 p.m. Wednesday on the Central Campus Mall (rain site: The
Cabin, Davies Center).
Funded by UW-Eau Claire student
segregated fees, the Summer Session Programs series is sponsored
annually by the Activities and Programs office.
This is the last issue of the 2002 Summer Bulletin. The first
issue of the University Bulletin will be distributed Aug. 19 to
coincide with the opening of the 2002-03 academic year.
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