- Commencement Speakers Announced: Hampden-Sydney, Lafayette, LeTourneau, Middlebury, Roosevelt
- Colleges announce commencement speakers
- Commencement Speakers Announced: Gettysburg, Ithaca, Lafayette, Otterbein, Trine, Webster
- Commencement Speakers Announced: Bryant, Camden County, Christian Brothers, Clark, College of the Atlantic, Liberty, Merrimack, Northeastern State, Northwestern, St. Lawrence, Wellesley, Westminster
- Commencement Speakers Announced: Benedictine, California Lutheran, DeVry, Jones County, Loyola, Lynn, Newberry, San Jose State, U. of Charleston, U. of St. Francis, U. of Tennessee, U. of Washington-Bothell
Commencement Speakers Announced: Assumption, Cazenovia, Clark, East Central, Johns Hopkins, Kennebec Valley CC, Lafayette, Northeastern, U. of Mary Washington, U. of Massachusetts, U. of Richmond, U. of Texas at Austin, Wilson
March 28, 2014
The following colleges and universities have announced their commencement speakers for spring 2014:
- Assumption College: Frances X. Hogan, a lawyer and humanitarian.
- Cazenovia College: Margot Cheney Jacoby, instructor, in English and communications at Jefferson Community College.
- Clark University: Ron Shaich, founder and CEO of Panera Bread Company.
- East Central College: U.S. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.
- Johns Hopkins University: Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube.
- Kennebec Valley Community College: U.S. Senator Susan Collins of Maine.
- Lafayette College: Portia Simpson Miller, the prime minister of Jamaica.
- Northeastern University: Janet Napolitano, the former secretary of homeland security who is now president of the University of California System.
- University of Mary Washington: Kenneth Lopez, fouunder and CEO of A2L Consulting, and Rebecca R. Rubin, founder, president and CEO of the environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day.
- University of Massachusetts at Amherst: Governor Deval L. Patrick of Massachusetts.
- University of Richmond: Gayle Goodson Butler, editor-in-chief of Better Homes and Gardens; Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring; and Mark Hourigan, president of Hourigan Construction.
- University of Texas at Austin: Admiral William H. McRaven, ninth commander of the United States Special Operations Command.
- Wilson College: Meg Lowman, chief of science and sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences.
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