Armen Keteyian serves as spring 2014 commencement speaker
Enjoy this day – but then take some time to ask the big questions of yourself as you plunge forward in life.
That was some of the spirited advice 11-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Armen Keteyian gave graduates Saturday, May 3, at the University’s 2014 spring commencement ceremony.
Of the total 887 JU spring 2014 graduates, who earned 913 degrees, 359 received bachelor of nursing degrees; 88 received masters of nursing degrees; 31 received master of business administration degrees; and 99 graduated with Latin honors, which are earned by students with a minimum GPA of 3.50 with 60 graded credits at JU. In addition, 16 students graduated with their bachelor’s degree and earned University Honors — the largest group in years.
“Remember … the importance of balance as you find answers to ‘Who am I?’, ‘What do I want to be?’ and ‘How do I get there?,’” Keteyian said. “Hopefully, when you do get there, wherever there is for you, you will … when asked, give back to the place that helped you grow up.”