Colorado State University will confer degrees on spring 2002 graduates at individual college ceremonies May 10 and 11.
Diplomas will be given to 3,067 undergraduates and 1,050 graduate students, of which 125 are professional veterinary medicine students and 94 are doctoral students. Forty-four students will graduate summa cum laude, 82 will graduate magna cum laude and 184 will graduate cum laude.
Following is a list of commencement speakers, starting times and locations for each college.
- Professional Veterinary Medicine – speaker: Mark Howell, associate professor, Department of Microbiology; 10 a.m., B.W. Pickett Equine Center.
- Graduate School – speaker: Gordon Niswender, University Distinguished Professor, biomedical sciences; 3 p.m., Moby Arena.
- ROTC Commissioning – speaker: Capt. Kent Rominger, deputy director of Flight Crew Operations Directorate, Johnson Space Center; 3 p.m., Lory Student Center.
- Biomedical Sciences – speaker: Mark Howell, associate professor, Department of Microbiology; 7 p.m., B.W. Picket Equine Center.
- Applied Human Sciences – speaker: Eleanor Downey, assistant professor, School of Social Work; 7:30 p.m., Moby Arena.
- Engineering – speaker: Capt. Kent Rominger, deputy director of Flight Crew Operations Directorate, Johnson Space Center; 9 a.m., B.W. Pickett Equine Center.
- Business – speaker: Victoria Quintana, president of TeamExcel; 9 a.m., Moby Arena.
- Natural Resources – speaker: Roger Hoffer, professor, Department of Forest Sciences; 1 p.m., B.W. Pickett Equine Center.
- Natural Sciences – speaker: Thomas Sneider, interim dean, College of Natural Sciences; 1 p.m., Moby Arena.
- Agricultural Sciences – speaker: Ted Jones, director, Investor Relations for Steward Information Services Corporation; 5 p.m., B. W. Pickett Equine Center.
- Liberal Arts – speaker: David McComb, professor, Department of History; 5 p.m., Moby Arena.
For more information on commencement activities, call Evelyn Grace in the Provost’s Office at (970) 491-4377.