Alumni CLASnotes Fall 2002

Graduation 2002



On May 3, 2002, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences held its own commencement ceremony for the first time. The ceremony's keynote speaker was Robert Weisbuch, president of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. The Stephen C. O'Connell Center was filled almost to capacity with family, friends and guests of more than 1,700 students who received their degrees.

Graduation 2002

Jade Pasayan, a computer and information sciences and engineering major and member of the Florida Cicerones/Student Alumni Association presents Dean Neil Sullivan with the senior class gift, a check for $30,776.74 to be used for student facilities and programming on campus.

Graduation 2002

Dean Neil Sullivan poses before the ceremony with economics major Fred Roberts and his mother, Carolyn Roberts, who is a member of the Florida Board of Education.

Graduation 2002

The CLAS Student Council inducted six graduating seniors into the CLASSC Hall of Fame for their scholastic achievement and service to CLAS and UF. (From left to right): Rani Hasan, Michael Jansen, Richard Fagerer, Ondina Brusso, Dean Neil Sullivan, Jennifer McHone, John Dominy and CLASSC president Tim Tinnesz.

Graduation 2002

Associate Dean Ron Akers presents Jean and Robin Gibson with CLAS Distinguished Achievement Awards for their long-standing commitment to the college and the university. Janet and Kenneth Keene and Joan Ruffier also received Distinguished Achievement Awards during the ceremony.


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