May 18-24, 2001
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NEWS COLUMN
Head of DNA project to speak at Finals
Yahoo exec to speak
A matter of degrees

Waters' mission runs deep
Two graduates honored for their service to humanity
Student aids the homeless

Mellon winner redefines "Jim Crow" era

Pre-med student shares his passion for music
Fast-track grad driven to help his family
Student leads effort to install Braille on Lawn room doors
Creative recycling: Students convert crate into studio
Lawson lives richly
Can you go home again? Issues facing international students
Education delayed but not denied
Weaver finds election laws discriminatory
Quilter gets A+
Students to go abroad on Fulbright scholarships
Weddle will research Peruvian women
Graduate rich in lessons learned
Anthony defender of public good
Affinnih plays her cards strategically
After earning degree in two years, graduate going for two more
Student develops new sign language system
Student trio pushes for late-night joe

A matter of degrees

At the University’s 172nd Final Exercises, 5,523 degrees will be granted:

• 3,255 baccalaureate degrees
• 490 professional degrees in law and medicine
• 1,778 graduate degrees, including 295 Ph.D.’s, 20 Ed.D.’s and three S.J.D.’s
• 227 degrees in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies
• 469 of the graduates are international students

These numbers include students who finished in August 2000, January and May 2001.


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