- Commencement Speakers Announced: East-West, Fielding Graduate U., Hudson County
- Commencement Speakers Announced: Bucknell, CC of DC, Grinnell, Mount Mercy, NYU, Northwestern, Saint Mary's, San Jose State, St. Louis Pharmacy, Union, Western Connecticut State, Wittenberg
- Commencement Speakers Announced: Berry, CaÃ±ada, Dominican, Grove City, Richard Stockton, South Dakota School of Mines, S. New Hampshire, St. Catherine, U. of Cincinnati, U. of Massachusetts at Amherst, U. of Northern Colorado, U. of Rhode Island
- Commencement Speakers Announced: Bethany, Bucknell, College of Saint Elizabeth, Mansfield, Marian, Morgan State, Mount Ida, National-Louis, Philadelphia U., SUNY New Paltz, U. of Southern California, Wheelock
- Colleges announce commencement speakers
Commencement Speakers Announced: Catholic U., Emory, Lynn, Macalester, Mansfield, Marquette, National Hispanic U., North Carolina Central, Regent, U. of Cincinnati, U. of Indianapolis
April 15, 2013
The following colleges and universities have announced their commencement speakers for spring 2013:
- Catholic University of America: Dana Gioia, former chair of the National Endowment for the Arts.
- Emory University: Rita Dove, the poet.
- Lynn University: Sam Vaghar, co-founder of the Millennium Campus Network.
- Macalester College: Jeffrey Toobin, analyst for CNN.
- Mansfield University: Freddie Coleman, ESPN Radio host.
- Marquette University: Bill Cosby, the actor.
- National Hispanic University: Henry Cisneros, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
- North Carolina Central University: Fredricka Whitfield, a news anchor and correspondent for CNN.
- Regent University: Ryan T. Anderson, a writer and researcher at the Heritage Foundation.
- University of Cincinnati: Sandra Heimann, vice president of American Financial Group, vice president of American Money Management and vice president of Great American Insurance Company.
- University of Indianapolis: Tavis Smiley, PBS and public radio talk show host.
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