Rutgers University graduates its largest class [photos]

NewsWorks would like to congratulate all of this year’s Rutgers University graduates. You are the school’s biggest graduation class ever. School officials say the class of 2013 included an estimated 14,302 graduates from the university’s Camden, New Brunswick-Piscataway, and Newark campuses.

 

 

Rutgers–Camden held four commencement ceremonies at the Susquehanna Bank Center.

9 a.m.: School of Business
Keynote Speaker: Richard Miller, President and CEO, Virtua
Student Speaker (undergraduate): Samantha McClernan
Student Speaker (graduate): Doug Minck

1 p.m.: School of LawKeynote Speaker: Paul FishmanUnited States Attorney for the District of New JerseyRemarks: Laura R. Feitelson
Greeting to the Speaker: Jesse J. Tepedino

3 p.m.: School of NursingKeynote Speaker: Dr. Adrienne Kirby SNC ’79
President and Chief Executive Officer, Cooper University Hospital
Student Speakers: Bonvincent Hernandez and Shannon Patel

6 p.m.: Faculty of Arts and SciencesKeynote Speaker: Dr. Kathryn Holloway, CCAS ’80Chief of Neurosurgery Section at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Administration Hospital; Professor of Neurosurgery, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
Student Speaker (undergraduate): Robin Parry
Student Speaker (graduate): Jennifer Shukusky

NewsWorks Photos are of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremony. 

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