Speaker: Dr. O'Donnell
year's Baccalaureate speaker will be Dr. James O'Donnell, professor
of Classical Studies, Vice Provost for Information Systems and
Computing, and Faculty Master for Hill College House. He was recently
named Provost-Elect at Georgetown University, the oldest U.S.
Catholic and Jesuit University, founded in 1789 by Archbishop
John Carroll. Today, Georgetown is a major student-centered, international,
research university offering undergraduate, graduate and professional
programs on its three campuses (Almanac
scholarly focus is St. Augustine, about whom he has written a
three-volume edition, Augustine's Confessions and
is now writing What Augustine Didn't Confess.
Ceremony is Sunday, May 12, at 1:30 and 3 p.m., in Irvine Auditorium.
It is an interfaith program that includes music, readings, prayers,
and the baccalaureate address. Two ceremonies are held in order
to accommodate all who wish to attend. No tickets are required.
Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 28, April 2, 2002
April 2, 2002
Volume 48 Number 28