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Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough addressed Lesley’s undergraduates at Commencement, held Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Lesley University Commencement for the graduate schools was held at 10 am on May 18, 2013 at the Bank of America Pavilion on the Boston waterfront. See the speakers, read stories, view photos and video, and more.
Continuing the tradition of doctoral education, Lesley honored its 23 doctoral candidates, the largest class of doctoral students in the university’s history, during a Hooding Ceremony on May 16, 2013.
Lesley Celebrates Fulbright Award Recipient, Joanie Andruss. In 2013, Andruss earned her Master of Education Degree in the Self Designed Master’s Degree Program in the Graduate School of Arts and Social Science.
Learn more about the new state-of-the-art home for Lesley’s Art Institute of Boston, to be located on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge’s Porter Square. The center is designed to be a nexus of creative thought and energy by providing state-of-the-art facilities for use by the arts programs throughout Lesley University.
Lesley graduates are given gift of songMusician Graham Nash and historian David McCullough address Lesley gradautesBoston Sunday GlobeMay 19, 2013 Low-residency programs blend online, campus classesLesley University's low-residency master's degrees are among hybrid programs growing in popularity due to benefits for studentsBoston Sunday Globe - Money & CareersMay 19, 2013 Danvers mother overcomes tragedy through love for childrenMichelle Giovanni will earn her master's degree in special education from Lesley at Commencement on SaturdayThe Boston GlobeMay 12, 2013Star University of Maine Augusta student looks to heal others with artFuture Lesley art therapy graduate student Tessa Hayes reflects on the important role art played in working through her difficult childhoodThe Kennebec JournalMay 9, 2013
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