Joanna Rivera, an undergraduate elementary education major, has been selected as the student commencement speaker for the afternoon graduation ceremony on Friday, May 2. Joanna just completed her student teaching experience, and is an honor student with a concentration in psychology. Congratulations, Joanna!
The university began the tradition of having a student commencement speaker in December, 2013. A Special Education major, Danielle Smith, was the very first speaker. So the College of Education is now two-for-two with respect to student commencement addresses.
The afternoon ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. in the Auditorium Theater. The College of Education, the College of Education, and the College of Professional Studies will participate. Details about all the graduation activities on May 2 are available at: