News Release| Graduation Speakers; Cal State L.A.

 

News update

: Due to personal reasons, Diverse Publisher Frank L. Matthews will not be able to attend the 2010 CSULA Commencement. CSULA alumnus Jorge Ramirez, CEO and president of Heateflex Corporation, will instead be presenting the Commencement speech at the Friday ceremony.

Diverse publisher, Heritage Provider CEO
to address Cal State L.A.’s Class of 2010

Doubleheader Commencement June 11-12

Los Angeles, CA – A two-day festivity filled with pride and celebrations, California State University, Los Angeles will confer more than 5,000 bachelor’s and master’s degrees at this year’s Commencement exercises June 11 and 12.

The Friday 5 p.m. ceremony will honor graduates in the Charter College of Education, College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology, and College of Health and Human Services. Its keynote speaker will be Frank L. Matthews, co-founder of Cox, Matthews & Associates, Inc. and publisher/editor-in-chief of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

The Saturday 8 a.m. ceremony will honor graduates in the College of Arts and Letters, College of Business and Economics, and College of Natural and Social Sciences. Its speaker will be Richard Merkin, president, CEO and founder of Heritage Provider Network.

What:          

The Commencement of Cal State L.A.’s 63nd graduating class will be a festive celebration.  

When:         

Fri., June 11, 2010,  5 p.m.

Conferring degrees to graduates in the Charter College of Education, College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology, and College of Health and Human Services

Speaker: Frank L. Matthews, co-founder of Cox, Matthews & Associates, Inc. and publisher/editor-in-chief of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.      

Sat., June 12, 2010,  8 a.m.

Conferring degrees to graduates in the College of Arts and Letters, College of Business and Economics, and College of Natural and Social Sciences

Speaker: Richard Merkin, president, CEO and founder of Heritage Provider Network.

Where:        

Cal State L.A.’s University Athletic Stadium, at the southeast corner of the campus.  The University is located at the Eastern Avenue exit, San Bernardino (I-10) freeway, at the interchange of the 10 and 710 freeways.

Info:           

For more information, go to www.calstatela.edu/commencement.

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