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The McKay School’s graduation ceremony featured insights from professors and students on the importance of support and idealism

Congratulations to our graduates! In today’s McKay School graduation ceremony, 155 students graduated with bachelor’s degrees, 26 earned with master’s degrees, 11 received doctorates, and nine earned education specialist degrees.


Husband and wife Martin Fujiki and Bonnie Burton, professors in the Department of Communication Disorders, were featured speakers in the August graduation ceremony.

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