St. Edward's University to recognize 265 students in summer graduation
Joseph M. O'Neal, professor of anthropology at St. Edward's University and recipient of the 2003 Distinguished Teaching Career Award, will deliver the keynote address at the College of Professional and Graduate Studies ceremony at 10 a.m. Barbara Filippidis, professor of English at St. Edward's University and recipient of the 2003 Distinguished Teaching Award, will deliver the keynote address for the Undergraduate College ceremony at 2 p.m.
St. Edward's University officials will confer approximately 265 degrees this summer. Degree distribution is as follows:
|New College undergraduates||81|
|Master of Business Administration||59|
|Master of Arts in Counseling||6|
|Master of Liberal Arts||4|
|Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Ethics||11|
|Master of Arts in Human Services||8|
St. Edward's University is an independent, Catholic liberal arts university of approximately 4,300 students in Austin. It was founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross.