After 108 Years, an Inaugural Convocation Celebration

October 7, 2018
After 108 Years, an Inaugural Convocation Celebration
By Niki Lanter
 

Harvard Extension School welcomes and celebrates admitted degree candidates

The Harvard Extension School, one of Harvard University's degree-granting institutions, was founded around one hundred and eight years ago. On one beautiful autumn day in September of 2018, the school finally held its Inaugural Convocation Ceremony to welcome and celebrate its admitted degree candidates.

"It's odd for me to stand here and say it took us a hundred and eight years to figure out we should be doing this."

-- Dean Hunt Lambert during his remarks at the Inaugural HES Convocation held at Harvard Memorial Church on 29 September 2018
 

News and Related Links:

400 students make Harvard history
The Harvard Gazette
https://bit.ly/HESConvocationGazette

Harvard Extension's Inaugural Convocation Honors 400 Students
Harvard Extension School Website
https://bit.ly/HESConvocation2018

Harvard Extension School Holds Inaugural Convocation
The Harvard Crimson
https://bit.ly/HESConvocationCrimson

Keynote: Higher Education, Democracy and Human Rights
Keynote Speech by Prof. Fernando M. Reimers on Medium
https://bit.ly/HESConvocationRemarks

Photos from Convocation Weekend:

Live-Streamed Ceremony: