Mass.-- (Your full name) of (your
town, state) was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree at
Wellesley College on Friday, June 3, 2005.
J. Williams served as the speaker for Wellesley College’s
127th Commencement on the Wellesley,
Mass., campus. She is a professor of law at Columbia University
School of Law. A graduate of Wellesley and Harvard Law School,
she also is a trustee of Wellesley College. Her book, The
Alchemy of Race and Rights, was named one of the "feminist
classics of the last 20 years" that "literally changed
women's lives" by Ms. magazine's 20th anniversary
edition. Her newest book is Open House: Of Family, Friends,
Food, Piano Lessons, and a Search for a Room of My Own.
(Your last name) majored in (your major) and
plans to (work
at ABC Company in City, State, OR attend XYZ graduate
school, OR travel, volunteer, etc.)
(IF A DAVIS SCHOLAR,
INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING) (Your
last name) was an Elisabeth Kaiser
Davis Scholar. The Elisabeth Kaiser Davis Degree Program is
named in honor of a Wellesley alumna from the Class of 1932
whose generosity supports financial aid for non-traditional
age students. Davis Scholars participate in the same courses,
meet the same exacting standards and earn the same degree as
students of traditional college age, but on a schedule tailored
to their personal and professional needs.)
While at Wellesley, (your last name's) activities
included (clubs, sports, volunteer work, jobs, honor
societies, etc.) In addition, she completed a (senior thesis, Ruhlman,
Tanner or other conference presentation) titled (title
of your presentation).
She attended (name of your high school) in (city, state) and
is the daughter of (your parents' names and hometown(s).
Wellesley College, a prominent liberal arts college, has been a leader in the
education of women for more than 125 years. The College's 500-acre campus near
Boston is home to 2,300 undergraduate students. Wellesley's distinguished alumnae
include U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, former Secretary of State Madeleine
K. Albright, Madame Chiang Kai-shek and broadcast journalists Cokie Roberts,
Diane Sawyer and Lynn Sherr.