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Regis College vests over 230 graduate students in master’s and doctoral hoodsMay 7, 2014
On Tuesday evening, May 6, Regis College faculty proudly vested over 230 graduate students in their master’s and doctoral hoods. Over half will receive a Master’s of Science in Nursing, and 19 will receive doctorates in nursing practice.
Regis College Master’s candidates march into Commencement Tent for hooding on May 6, 2014 (Photograph by Holly Redmond)
Regis has been named twice (2008-2011; 2011-2015) by the National League of Nursing as a “Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.”
Hooding March with Dr. Pouravelis as marshall (Photograph by Holly Redmond)
“I am very pleased to see Regis’s role in graduate education becoming better known in greater Boston,” said Regis president Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN. “Not only our Nursing programs like the DNP, a first in this region in 2007, but our Master’s programs in Biomedical Science, Health Administration, Organizational and Professional Communication, Regulatory and Clinical Research Management, the MAT, Heritage Studies and others are contributing to the bond between academe and industry in our region.”
President Hays (Photograph by Holly Redmond)
On Friday, May 9, Regis will grant 360 bachelor’s of arts and bachelor’s of science. At commencement on May 10, the entire community including 115 additional students receiving the associate of science degree through a partnership between Regis College and Lawrence Memorial Hospital will assemble to hear former New Hampshire speaker of the house Donna Page Sytek ’66 give the commencement address and receive an honorary doctorate of law.
Also to be honored with a doctor of law for his commitment to the neighborhoods and businesses of greater Boston is banking industry giant Marshall Sloane.
About 2000 graduate students and undergraduates are enrolled at the small university and historical liberal arts college twelve 12 miles outside Boston. Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston, Regis has provided cutting-edge higher education to the region and the nation since 1927.