Georgia Southern Commencement Spring 2015
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Subscribers to Northland Cable located in Statesboro can tune to channel 99 to view the broadcast of the ceremony from their homes.
Viewers on Georgia Southern campus can tune to Channel 90 to view the broadcast of the ceremony throughout the day.
Friday, May 8, 2015
1 p.m. - Hanner Fieldhouse
Saturday, May 9, 2015
9 a.m. - Paulson Stadium
Dean C. Bucci Undergraduate Ceremony
Dean Carlos Bucci is Judge of the Superior Court for the Paulding Judicial Circuit, and is the first Hispanic Superior Court Judge in Georgia history.
A native of Marietta, Georgia, Bucci obtained a B.B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Spanish from Georgia Southern, where he graduated magna cum laude, and went on to receive his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia, where he graduated cum laude.
Bucci began practicing law in 1997, and has since served in a variety of legal and leadership roles. He has held membership in several bar associations and is currently a member of the Paulding County Bar Association, where he previously served as president. He also served as chairman of the State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division Committee on Ethics and Professionalism, as a Special Master for the bar in attorney disciplinary cases and currently serves on the bar’s Professionalism Committee.
Pam McMichael Graduate Ceremony
Pam McMichael is the director of the Highlander Research and Education Center (HREC), a civil rights leadership school in New Market, Tennessee.
A native of rural Kentucky, McMichael obtained a B.A. in Psychology from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky, and later obtained a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) from the University of Louisville.
After university, McMichael became a social justice activist and community organizer in Louisville, Kentucky, until joining the HREC in 2005. In this role, McMichael has focused on connecting people and issues across difficult divides, helping to build a strong racially just movement. She has co-founded local, state and regional organizations with this strategy, and was a national fellow with a Rockefeller Foundation leadership project to address the growing crisis in U.S. democracy.
Looking for graduation information? The Registrar’s Graduation/Commencement Information Page has all the information you need to graduate, including requirements, applications, and both gown and ring ordering information.
Be sure to check out the “Commencement Checklist” to see the full list of requirements before you graduate, as well as the “Commencement Brochure,” which provides information about how to dress, where to park and where to direct your family and friends on the big day!
Preserve Your Memories at the True Blue Spirit Spots!
Looking for a places to take photos after graduation? Stop by one of our True Blue Spirit Spots!