Montclair State University’s College of Science and
Mathematics held its Convocation ceremony on Monday, May 19 at the University’s
Sprague Field. 404 candidates are set to receive baccalaureate degrees from the
College and many of them – together with family and friends – were present for
Brummer ’68, New Jersey state director of The Nature Conservancy, delivered
the keynote address and received the Distinguished Alumni Award.
With College of Science and Mathematics Dean Robert Prezant
presiding and providing the closing remarks, the ceremony featured words of
greeting from President Susan A. Cole, the senior address, delivered by Mary
Salim, and presentation of the Outstanding Student Awards.
The candidates’ degrees will be conferred at the 2014
Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 23 at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford,