Wheelock College Commencement 2018!

Commencement was Friday, May 18! See taped versions of the full Undergraduate and Graduate ceremonies and more at wheelock.edu/commencement.

Commencement 2018

Celebrating 130 Years of Inspiring a World of Good

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Friday, May 18, 2018

10 a.m. - Undergraduate Ceremony
2 p.m. - Graduate Ceremony

Watch videos of the full ceremonies!

Wheelock College's Commencement is the highlight of the academic year, where we celebrate our graduates and everything they have achieved during their college careers. This year's Commencement was a particularly significant event as the college is celebrating its 130th Anniversary and preparing for its new future as Boston University's Wheelock College of Education & Human Development.

To accommodate as many graduates and their families as possible, Wheelock held two separate ceremonies:

  • Undergraduate Ceremony at 10 a.m.
  • Graduate Ceremony at 2 p.m.

Both ceremonies were held at Temple Ohabei Shalom, 1187 Beacon St., Brookline, MA.

Commencement Speaker and Honorees

Wheelock College bestowed honorary degrees upon four exceptional individuals who have dedicated their careers to social justice and human rights issues:

Eric BingDr. Eric Gordon Bing
Honorary Degree Recipient
Commencement Speaker for Undergraduate and Graduate Ceremonies
Dr. Bing is Professor of Global Health, Southern Methodist University.

Evelyn HaussleinMs. Evelyn B. Hausslein
Honorary Degree Recipient
Ms. Hausslein is Founding Director of SUPPORTBrokers and co-founder of Wheelock's Child Life program.

Toby MilnerMs. Toby Congleton Milner '70
Honorary Degree Recipient
Ms. Milner is Founder of the Lillydale Literacy Project in South Africa.
 

Pedro NogueraDr. Pedro A. Noguera
Honorary Degree Recipient
Dr. Noguera is Distinguished Professor of Education at University of California, Los Angeles.

See full bios of all the honorees

Ceremony Location

Diploma iconTemple Ohabei Shalom
1187 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446

Temple Ohabei Shalom, located just three blocks from Wheelock's Brookline Campus, was founded as the first synagogue in Massachusetts. A progressive Reform Jewish community, its mission—to create a diverse mosaic of interfaith families of many ethnicities and nationalities without regard to sexual orientation—closely aligns with our own.

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