Commencement 2017

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Congratulations to the newest English graduates: Jack Rooney and Joey Rooney earned M.A. degrees and Ray Horton, Michael Parker, Jess Slentz, and Jonathan Scott Weedon earned Ph.D.s.

Case Western Reserve University’s Spring Commencement 2017 was held Sunday, May 21 at the Veale Convocation Center.

from left to right: Associate Professor Kurt Koenigsberger, Jack Rooney, Joey Rooney, Associate Professor T. Kenny Fountain, Jess Slentz, Jonathan Scott Weedon, Michael Parker, Ray Horton, Professor/Chair Department of English Christopher Flint, and Associate Professor Kim Emmons.

Read The Daily‘s story about this commencement, featuring an address by iconic civil rights lawyer and university alumnus Fred Gray, here.

The EGSA cheers all our graduates (as well as their loved ones and the faculty and staff who supported them along the way) and wishes them well in their next adventures!

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Commencement 2016

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Congratulations to the newest English graduates: Liz Elmore, Aaron Perine, and Molly Zacour earned M.A. degrees and Kate Allen, Cara Byrne, Eric Earnhardt,  Catherine Forsa, and Kristin Kondrlik earned Ph.D.s. Case Western Reserve University’s Spring Commencement 2016 was held May 15 at the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center.

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left to right: Catherine Forsa, Eric Earnhardt, Associate Professor Kurt Koenigsberger, Cara Byrne, Kristin Kondrlik, Kate Allen, and Armington Professor Thrity Umrigar

Read The Daily‘s story about this commencement and view more photos here.

The EGSA cheers all our graduates (as well as their loved ones and the faculty and staff who supported them along the way) and wishes them well in their next adventures!

Commencement 2015

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Congratulations to the newest English graduates: Caitlyn Caldwell, Cammy Sray, Nicole Emmelhainz-Carney, and Monica Orlando! Case Western Reserve University’s Spring Commencement 2015 was held May 17 at the Veale Convocation Center.

Since Fall 2014, Emmelhainz-Carney has been an Assistant Professor on the English faculty of Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia.

In Fall 2015, Orlando will join the faculty of English and Humanities as an Assistant Professor at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.

The EGSA cheers all four graduates (as well as their loved ones and the faculty and staff who supported them along the way) and wishes them well in their next adventures!

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left to right: Nicole Emmelhainz-Carney, Monica Orlando, Associate Professor Kim Emmons (Nicole’s and Monica’s dissertation adviser), Cammy Sray, and Caitlyn Caldwell