UNH Whittemore School Of
Business And Economics Celebrates 2004 Graduates At Hooding Ceremony
Contact: Lori Wright
UNH Media Relations
May 14, 2004
DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire Whittemore
School of Business and Economics will hold its annual graduate programs
hooding ceremony Friday, May 21, 2004.
Ninety-two students will be awarded hoods commemorating the Master
of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Economics, Ph. D.
in Economics, Master of Science in the Management of Technology
or the Master of Science in Accounting.
The ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. in the Johnson Theater at the Paul
Creative Arts Center on the Durham campus. The graduates will be
hooded by Steven Bolander, dean of the Whittemore School and Bruce
Mallory, provost and executive vice president of Academic Affairs.
John Lynch, chairman of the University System of New Hampshire Board
of Trustees, is the featured speaker. Lynch received his undergraduate
degree from UNH 1974, and his MBA from Harvard Business School in
1979. He also holds a law degree from Georgetown Law School.
He has served as president of the UNH Alumni Association, and is
a recipient of the UNH Alumni Meritorious Award. Formerly he was
associate dean at Harvard Business School, where he oversaw the
MBA program, and has served as CEO of Knoll, a manufacturer of high-end
office furniture, from 1994 through 2000.
The list of New Hampshire residents and out-of-state students graduating
with advanced degrees from the Whittemore School is available online
For more information about the ceremony, telephone 603-862-1367
or contact Joanne Quinones Reed at email@example.com
or Rachel Hopkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.