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May 8, 2002
OSWEGO -- More than 1,400 degrees await students eligible to participate in SUNY Oswego's 141st Commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 18, in Golden Romney Field House.
The ceremony for College of Arts and Sciences graduates will begin at 9 a.m. The speaker will be Harold Morse, founder of popular cable network The Learning Channel and current president and chief executive officer of all-arts programming network Ovation. Morse, who will receive an honorary doctorate at Commencement, earned his bachelor's and master's degrees at Oswego in 1961 and 1963.
Graduates of the School of Business, School of Education and the Division of Continuing Education will be recognized at a 1:30 p.m. ceremony. William F. Allyn, the president and chief executive officer of Welch Allyn, will speak and receive an honorary doctorate at the ceremony.
A reception for graduates and guests will be held in Laker Hall after each ceremony.
Undergraduates and graduate students who expect to meet their degree requirements in May or August are eligible to participate in Commencement. Around 240 students are eligible for master's degrees.
Those with disabilities who need special accommodation for the ceremony should call 312-2240 in advance.
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