91 Corporate and Organizational Communication graduates were recognized at the College of Professional Studies graduation ceremony on May 12th.
The ceremony was held at Matthews Arena on campus with all the requisite pomp and circumstance. I’m always inspired by the sense of achievement exhibited by the graduates — and the enthusiastic pride of their families and friends in the stands.
Our global network of alumni continues to expand, and in an upcoming post my colleague Patty Goodman will share her experiences at recent Northeastern alumni events in Singapre and Beijing.
Posted by Carl Zangerl, Ph.D., Faculty
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