90th Spring Commencement Exercises
Congratulations to the Class of 2012, who graduated among family and friends on May 4 and 5! Former New England District Superintendent Dr. Jossie Owens was an animated speaker for our graduates, encouraging them to press forward and not to be afraid of the future. Outstanding Senior Awards for the traditional undergraduate program were given to Rebecca Smith from Newton, NJ, and Shane Burt-Miller from Bronx, NY. Outstanding awards in the Adult and Graduate Studies division were given to Amber Reilly from Brockton, MA, Mindy Vasquez from Quincy, MA, Steve Wright from Halifax, MA, and Stacy Dixon from Randolph, MA. To see photos from the weekend, visit the ENC website or Facebook!
Alumni Gatherings in Upstate New York and Ohio
Alumni, we’re excited to see you! If you live in the Upstate New York area, the Alumni Office is hosting a lunch gathering at 12:00pm on Friday, May 18 at the Watertown Church of the Nazarene. For Ohio area alumni, come to Mount Vernon Nazarene University on Saturday, June 23 for an Italian Buffet lunch. The Ohio lunch is $10 per person. If you’re interested in attending either gathering please contact the Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 800-RING-ENC. For more information, please visit the ENC website.
Lions Finish the Spring Season Strong
Biology Trip to China for Students, Alumni, and Friends
Continuing the Biology department’s tradition of experiential learning, students, faculty and alumni are invited to travel to China in May of 2013. See centuries of history in Bejing from the Forbidden City to Tianamen Square. Meet pandas at the Beijing Zoo and walk along the Great Wall before continuing to Xi’an, where the Terracotta Warriors await. Float down the Li River aboard a bamboo raft in Yangshuo and end your trip in Shanghai with a look into China’s ancient past. If you are interested in traveling with the group next spring please contact Dr. Matthew Waterman via email at email@example.com for more information or visit the travel tour website.
(Photo courtesy of Education First: College Study Tours)