A Message to the Class of 2021 from Lerner Leadership

 

The leadership of the University of Delaware’s Lerner College congratulates the graduating Class of 2021 for their success and accomplishments for the Lerner College Virtual Convocation. The Lerner community is so proud of these graduates for their resilience and hard work throughout their college experience. Go Blue Hens!

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Carolyn Levine: This graduating class has demonstrated perseverance and grit along with intellect and understanding. We are proud of how you’ve lived up to challenges, kept focused on academics and successfully completed your undergraduate and masters programs. Congratulations to the students of the Class of 2021.

Hemant Kher: I wish you lots of success no matter where your pursuits take you. Further education, career or both. Go Blue Hens!

Michael Arnold: We’ve missed seeing your smiling faces in the halls of Purnell over the past year and are truly excited about celebrating your accomplishments as you graduate. We wish you the very best in the adventures that lie ahead and we hope you’ll stop by and say hello if you find yourself in Newark. Congratulations!

Laura Field: I want you to know the class of 2021 is always going to have a special place in our hearts. Congratulations, we are so proud of you.

Srikanth Beldona: With joy and pride I will say that you are symbolic of our promise and future. A big salute to your parents, family and friends who have helped you along this journey. Congratulations and go Blue Hens!

Jack Baroudi: I continue to be impressed by your resilience, your commitment and your ability to flex and succeed. I look forward to seeing you at our alumni events so please stay in touch.

Bruce Weber: Congratulations Class of 2021, we will miss you and we wish you the best in your future endeavors.

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