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Boston College School of Social Work
Commencement 2015 Awards

Matthew L. Pisapia Memorial Award
Stephen Craig
Bernice Fedestin Ruiz

M. Rita Walsh Memorial Award
Dorimar A. Diaz
Ashley Turner

Helen J. Crowley Memorial Award
Katherine Raymond

Leo P. Haley and Rev. John Essien Memorial Award
Chelsea Koonz

Academic Excellence Award
Katherine Kerr Gale
Veselina Hristova
Allyssa Lewandowski
Anshika Hasen-Verma
Erica Rose Perry
Erin Ramsey-Tooher

Dean's Leadership Award
Veselina Hristova
Rosemary Neill


Commencement 2015

Video from the Boston College School of Social Work Commencement 2015

The 139th Commencement of Boston College was held on Monday, May 18, 2015. Boston College School of Social Work graduates and their guests attended the Diploma Ceremony on Burns Lawn. 5 PhD and 256 MSW degrees were awarded to the graduates of the BC Social Work Class of 2015.

Fr. Ignatius Nze, Class of 2015, gave the Invocation followed by Greetings given by Alberto Godenzi, Dean of the School of Social Work; Anshika Hansen-Verma, Class of 2015; Armando Holguin, Secretary of the BC Social Work Alumni Association Board; and Marylou Sudders, Massachusetts Secretary of Health and Human Services. Student awards and diplomas were presented, and the ceremony concluded with a Benediction by Rebeca N. Camargo, Class of 2015

For details about the event, visit BCSSW Commencement 2015 page

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