Case Western Reserve to award approximately 2,000 degrees at Sunday’s commencement

At the 2012 commencement convocation on Sunday, May 20, Case Western Reserve University will award degrees to nearly 2,000 students from the College of Arts and Sciences and schools of dental medicine, engineering, graduate studies, law, management, medicine, nursing and social work.

Case Western Reserve undergraduate and graduate students receiving diplomas will fill Veale Convocation Center and hear encouraging words of advice from Gmail creator and Case Western Reserve University alumnus Paul Buchheit (CWR ’98; GRS ’98, computer engineering). President Barbara R. Snyder will confer the various degrees earned on the approximately 2,000 graduates, plus honorary degrees.

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