The School of Education, Leadership and Public Service's Educator Recognition Ceremony was held on April 29, 2011, in the Great Lakes Rooms of the Don H. Bottum University Center. This ceremony is held at the end of each semester to honor our graduating undergraduate and graduate students. Each student is honored during a pinning ceremony. A slide show of the students is presented as they approach the podium. Special awards are also given to students chosen by the School of Education, Leadership and Public Service faculty for outstanding achievements. Markisha Smith, a School of Education, Leadership and Public Service faculty member, was the master of ceremonies. The student speaker was Annette Kilpela, and Keri Bath, a teacher from Negaunee Elementary School in Negaunee, MI, was our guest speaker.
Congratulations to all of our graduates!