Opening remarks Delivered by Chancellor John D. Wiley May 15, 2004 Kohl Center Welcome to everyone…
Charge to graduates Delivered by Bradley Whitford May 15, 2004 Kohl Center What’s up, Mad City?!…
Drawing from the fields of wildlife conservation, the Broadway theater, women's studies, American Indian studies, medicine and business, UW–Madison will bestow six honorary degrees on Friday, May 14, at 5:30 p.m.
Bradley Whitford, a Wisconsin native and recipient of an Emmy Award for his role on NBC's "The West Wing," will address graduates at UW–Madison during this spring's commencement weekend, Friday-Sunday, May 14-16.
The first woman on Wisconsin's Supreme Court will address mid-year graduates at UW–Madison's winter commencement, Sunday, Dec. 21.
Jerry Zucker's commencement speech to the graduating class of Spring 2003.
The director of the blockbuster movie 'Ghost' and the scion of a comedy filmmaking empire will speak at four of the five commencement ceremonies, Friday-Sunday, May 16-18.
Life consists of many moments. One of the biggest is college graduation. During this month's commencement ceremonies, UW–Madison students will walk across the stage at the Kohl Center, shake hands with a dean and hear their names echoing throughout the arena. But who are the voices behind each of those approximately 5,000 special moments that occur in five commencement ceremonies spread out over three days?
Jonathan Wolman, senior vice president of The Associated Press, will return to his native Madison to address graduates at his alma mater's mid-year commencement on Sunday, Dec. 22. Ceremonies will be held at the Kohl Center at 10 a.m. and at 2 p.m.
May 17-19, 2002 A few days ago I sent all of you graduates an e-mail. You’re the first graduating class…
Master chef, restaurateur, author and alumnus Charles L. Trotter will address mid-year graduates at UW–Madison's winter commencement Sunday, Dec. 23.
Charlene Barshefsky, U.S. trade representative during the Clinton administration, will offer advice and encouragement to new graduates from the College of Letters and Science during commencement exercises this spring.
An educator and sociologist from India and a world-renowned environmental activist will receive honorary degrees from the university this spring.
An Arab intellectual, a pivotal figure in American drama, the founder of the American art glass movement, a food distribution visionary and a surgeon with multiple areas of expertise will receive honorary degrees at commencement this spring.