Montclair State University’s College of Humanities and
Social Sciences held its Convocation ceremony on Monday, May 19 at the
University’s Sprague Field. In attendance were family, friends and guests of
many of the 1,287 candidates who are to receive baccalaureate degrees from the
Governor’s Higher Education Council member, Patricia
Nachtigal, Esq. ’68, delivered the keynote address and was presented with
the Distinguished Alumni Award by the College.
President Susan A. Cole offered words of greeting and
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Marietta Morrissey presided over
the ceremony and made closing remarks. Also speaking were students Ian
Callahan, who delivered the senior address, and Tonianne Dougherty, who
received the outstanding Academic Achievement and Service Award.
The candidates’ degrees will be conferred at the 2014
Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 23 at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford,