More than 2,000 new graduates exit Carver with degrees over the weekend

Catharine R. Stimpson, a graduate of the WWU Campus School and Dean Emerita of New York University’s Graduate School of Arts and Science, received an honorary doctorate from Western on Saturday before she spoke at one of the four commencement ceremonies over the weekend. 

About 1900 undergraduate and 188 master’s students graduated; the other main speakers for the four ceremonies were real estate broker Lydia Bennett, urban project manager Ken Johnsen, and Port Angeles School Board member Bill Kindler.

Full-length video links for each of the ceremonies:

Congratulations, graduates!

 

 

Monday, June 18, 2018 - 1:00pm
Catherine Stimpson gets honorary doctorate from WWU

Catherine Stimpson gets honorary doctorate from WWU

Kirsten Anderson, MBA student graduate

Kirsten Anderson, MBA student graduate

Lydia Bennett

Lydia Bennett

Student speaker Alia Taqieddin

Student speaker Alia Taqieddin

Ken Johnsen

Ken Johnsen

Student speaker Sarah Petry

Student speaker Sarah Petry

Catherine Stimpson shows off her new diploma

Catherine Stimpson gets honorary doctorate from WWU

Catherine Stimpson is happy!

Catherine Stimpson gets honorary doctorate from WWU

Student speaker Francisca Mejia Campos

Student speaker Francisca Mejia Campos

WWU Chief of Police Darin Rasmussen receives his MBA from Sabah

WWU Chief of Police Darin Rasmussen receives his MBA from Sabah

Heading into Carver

Heading into Carver