*9 a.m., Dartmouth Medical School, under the tent on the corner of MaynardStreet and Rope Ferry Road. Speaker: E. Albert Reece, MD, Ph.D,MBA, Acting President, University of Maryland (Baltimore); the John Z. andAkiko K. Bowers Distinguished Professor and Dean, University of Maryland Schoolof Medicine; Chair of the Council of Deans of the Association of AmericanMedical Colleges.
*3 p.m., Tuck School of Business, Tuck Circle. (In case of rain, Thompson Arena,same time.) Speaker: David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal
Stephen Lewis will deliver the main address, and DartmouthPresident will deliver the Valedictory Address to the senior class. A valedictorian from theundergraduate senior class will also speak at the event. The College typicallyawards approximately 1,000 bachelor's degrees and approximately 600 master'sand doctoral degrees in the arts and sciences and from the College's threeprofessional schools: Dartmouth Medical School, Thayer School of Engineering,and the Tuck School of Business.
Saturday, June 12:Speakers for Dartmouth professional schools' Class Day and Investitureceremonies; and for Baccalaureate Service
A variety of ceremonies take place the day beforeCommencement, including Class Day and Investiture ceremonies for Dartmouth'sthree professional schools, and Baccalaureate, a multi-faith service open toall graduates and their guests. Those events, in chronological order, and theirspeakers are:
As a Junior Art Director and Project Manager at Flannel, I helped design, manage and produce the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth’s overhaul in 2010, including their main website and interactive Flash experience, .
Seven honorary degree recipients will be recognized atDartmouth College's on Sunday morning, June 13, on the Dartmouth Green. Theacademic procession begins at 9:30 a.m., and visitors are advised to be intheir seats by that time. Commencement ceremonies begin at 10 a.m.
MacLean graduated from Dartmouth in 1960, and earned a master'sdegree from Dartmouth's in 1961. He is a former chair and current member ofthe Thayer School Board of Overseers, originally elected in 1974. He was also aTrustee of Dartmouth College from 1991 – 2001. And he was chairman of theThayer School portion of the Will to Excel fundraising campaign in the 1990s,and a member of the executive committee for the recent Campaign for theDartmouth Experience, which successfully raised $1.3 billion and ended in December,2009. MacLean was named a Sylvanus Thayer Fellow in1979 and was awarded the Robert Fletcher Award in 1989, and received theDartmouth College Alumni Award in 2007.