History Department
History Department

Department of History Spring Graduation 2017

Fri, May 19, 2017 | Hogg Memorial Auditorium (HMA)

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Master of Ceremonies:
Jacqueline Jones
Chair, History Department, and
Walter Prescott Webb Chair in History and Ideas/Mastin Gentry White, Professor of Southern History
MacArthur Fellow and two-time Finalist, Pulitzer Prize for History

LevackBrian P. Levack, Convocation Speaker
Professor of History, University of Texas at Austin, since 1969
John E. Green Regents Professor in History, and
Distinguished Teaching Professor
B.A., summa cum laude, History, Fordham College
Ph.D., History, Yale University

Convocation Location:
Hogg Memorial Auditorium (HMA)

History Convocation Schedule:

         9:15-9:30AM | Students report to Garrison Hall (GAR), room 0.102 in academic regalia.    

         9:30AM | HMA doors open for guests.

         9:50AM | Students and faculty will process from Garrison to Hogg Auditorium.  

         10:00AM | The ceremony begins.  

         11:30AM | The ceremony should conclude.    

Tickets: No tickets needed.

Special Needs Guests Info: Guests in wheelchairs or with significant mobility challenges should arrive at 9:25AM so that they can be assisted to appropriate seating.

Signer: If you or your guests need a signer (American Sign Language), we must be officially notified no later than April 30th.

Questions, contact: Nancy Sutherland, Tom Griffith, or Jason Gentry in GAR 1.140

Undergraduate Advising Office Phone:
512-471-7670; Main Office Phone: 512-471-3261

E-mail:
history-advisors@utlists.utexas.edu

M.A. or Ph.D. graduates:
Contact Marilyn Lehman, 512-232-8513, to discuss graduation ceremony options.

Parking: Free during Graduation (except in spots that say "no parking at all times").

Closest garages to Hogg are:

Security: Backpacks, tote bags or any bags larger than 12 inches in any dimension will not be allowed into any of the Commencement venues. All other bags, including purses, camera cases and diaper bags will be searched by security officers before visitors are permitted to enter the South, Main, East and West Malls for the University-wide ceremony. These smaller bags are also subject to search at the college, school and departmental ceremonies. We strongly urge all attendees not to bring bags to any of the ceremonies unless they are absolutely necessary. Those visitors bringing smaller bags should expect delays in order to enter the venue and those with the prohibited larger bags will be turned away.  Please plan accordingly and do not bring any packages that cannot be opened or inspected. For more information, please see New Security Procedures.

@UT_HistDept will live tweet commencement this year! Hashtag your favorite photos before and after graduation with #HistUT17, and be sure to join UT History on Facebook and Twitter.

Sponsored by: History Dept., notevenpast.org

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