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Convocation 2003 Preview

If you have not already heard, Convocation this year will feature two Master’s Convocations on Tuesday, May 20, instead of the usual single ceremony. The Doctoral Convocation, at which graduating doctoral students are hooded by the Dean, will take place the following day.
If you have not already heard, Convocation this year will feature two Master's Convocations on Tuesday, May 20, instead of the usual single ceremony. The Doctoral Convocation, at which graduating doctoral students are hooded by the Dean, will take place the following day.

Among those being honored with the Teachers College Medal for Distinguished Service are Archbishop Desmond Tutu, singer Pete Seeger, Reverend James Forbes of Riverside Church, filmmaker Ken Burns, and civil rights attorney Morris Dees. The Cleveland A. Dodge Medal for Distinguished Service to Education is being presented to Henry A. McKinnel, Jr., C.E.O. of Pfizer, Inc.

Published Thursday, May. 1, 2003

Convocation 2003 Preview

If you have not already heard, Convocation this year will feature two Master's Convocations on Tuesday, May 20, instead of the usual single ceremony. The Doctoral Convocation, at which graduating doctoral students are hooded by the Dean, will take place the following day.

Among those being honored with the Teachers College Medal for Distinguished Service are Archbishop Desmond Tutu, singer Pete Seeger, Reverend James Forbes of Riverside Church, filmmaker Ken Burns, and civil rights attorney Morris Dees. The Cleveland A. Dodge Medal for Distinguished Service to Education is being presented to Henry A. McKinnel, Jr., C.E.O. of Pfizer, Inc.

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