Below is an announcement from Endicott College:
BEVERLY, MA — Endicott College, the first college in the U.S. to require internships of its students, held its 81st annual commencement exercises on May 22. Endicott’s undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students participated in the ceremony at Hempstead Stadium on the Endicott College in Beverly.
The commencement speaker was Dana Bash, CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent and Co-Anchor of State of the Union with Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, who provided a virtual address. Bash received an honorary Doctor of Journalism, which was accepted on her behalf by Melissa Hempstead ’69, Chair of the Endicott College Board of Trustees.
The following Wilmington students received degrees:
- Julia DiFronzo, Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training, daughter of Marisa DiFronzo and Dino DiFronzo
- Jennifer Dovidio, Bachelor of Arts, Liberal Studies/Education, Summa Cum Laude, daughter of Lisa Dovidio and Richard Dovidio
- Kristina Galvin, Bachelor of Science, Marketing, Cum Laude, daughter of Karen Galvin and Joseph Galvin
- Valerie Joyce-Santini, Master of Science, Nursing
- Samantha Worob, Master of Education, Reading & Literacy
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