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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A HERALDZEITUNG December 2005 Former prominent professors highlight graduation ceremonies at UTAustin AUSTIN A former Texas a food market execu a library association pres ident and several prominent professors will be among the speakers featured during fall commencement 2005 cere monies Friday through 11 honoring graduating students at the University of Texas at Former Ann who was elected in 1990 to serve as the 45th governor of will speak at 6 Fri day to graduates from the Col lege of Liberal The vari ous colleges and schools host the convocation ceremonies at which Richards and other speakers will talk The convoca tions are occasions when these components celebrate their graduates achievements with individualized honors and tra The new Jackson School of Geosciences will host its inaugural commencement ceremony as a part of the weekend Fall gradu ation activities do not include a universitywide commence ment In honor of graduating stu dents receiving their degrees at fall commencement cere the universitys Towei will be lighted orange with 05 displayed on all sides of build ing windows Friday through The convocation activities include 6 Friday College of Liberal Arts at the Frank Erwin Speaker Ann former governor Saturday Graduate doctors degree and mas ters degree Bass Con cert Performing Arts Speaker Sheldon Ekland provost ofThe University ofTexas at 9 Saturday College of Engineering graduate and under graduate Frank Erwin Speaker Jack founder and former president and CEO of Randall and Dewey of Saturday School of Lyndon Johnson Speaker Nona a physician and a member of the School of Nursing Foundation Advisory Saturday School of Social Hogg Audi Speaker Lauren Karcn a senior student chosen by her peers to speak at the Noon Saturday College of Bass Concert Per forming Arts Speaker Davis the Catherine Mae Parker Centennial Professor in University ofTexas at Noon Saturday School of Information graduate and under graduate Avaya Audito rium in Applied Computational Engineering Sciences Building ACES Speaker Gretchen McCord president of theTexas Library Association and an attorney at the law firm of Ful bright and Saturday Col lege of Communication gradu ate and undergraduate Frank Erwin Speaker James Mackin chair of the Department of Tulane 1 Saturday Jackson School of Geosciences graduate and undergraduate Don Boyd Auditorium in the Geology Building GEO Speaker William professor emeritus from the Department of Geological Sci ences 2 Saturday College of Fine Hogg Speaker Gordon the Frank Erwin Centennial Pro fessor Emeritus in the University ofTexas at and professor emeritus of the Univer sity of Alberta Drama Saturday School of Architecture graduate and under graduate Goldsmith Hall Mebane Speaker Frederick dean of the School of 10 11 McCombs School of Frank Erwin Speaker Scott McClel president of Central Market and HEB 11 College of Natural Frank Erwin 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