Rugare Moyo of Blacksburg earns bachelor’s degree from Lock Haven University
LOCK HAVEN, PA — More than 700 students, including Rugare Moyo of Blacksburg, received degrees from Lock Haven University during 2012 spring commencement ceremonies. Moyo received a Bachelor of Science degree.
A total of 656 candidates for associate, bachelor and master’s degrees participated in the ceremonies for the College of Education and Human Services and the College of Arts and Sciences on Friday, May 11 and Saturday, May 12. In addition, 66 associate and bachelor degree students received degrees on Wednesday, May 9 at the university’s Clearfield Campus.
Keynote speaker for the Friday and Saturday ceremonies was Stephen C. Tweed, a 1970 graduate of Lock Haven University. Mr. Tweed is president and CEO of Leading Home Care and a Certified Speaking Professional. “Five years from now,” he said, “you will be the same person you are now, except for the experiences you have, the people you meet and the books you read.” He drew upon his own career since graduation to illustrate the impact of these three factors. In his message to the graduates, he expressed his hope that they would have a lifelong passion for learning, and stressed the lessons to be learned from experiences, other people, and books.
– Submitted by Lock Haven University
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