Convocation Live!


Convocation 2024

graduate in cap in gown waving to the crowd during convocation ceremony


Thank you for joining the College of Education on this momentous Day!

Below you will find a live stream of our ceremony as well as our digital ceremony program.
All graduates have been alphabetized by last name.

May 2024 Graduates


Dean Berry and the College of Education invite family and friends to celebrate the Spring 2024 Convocation on May 10, 2024, in McKale Memorial Center. The ceremony will begin at 9:00 am and will last approximately two hours.

The Convocation ceremony is for all University of Arizona main-campus College of Education undergraduate and graduate students. The program will include the individual recognition of each undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate student in attendance.

More information about the ceremony, accommodation requests and frequently asked questions are available on our convocation information page.

College of Education Convocation INFORMATION for Students and Guests


Live music provided by:
Mariachi Sonido

Processional with Faculty and Graduates

National Anthem
Opening Remarks
Dr. Robert Q. Berry, III, Dean

Spanish Welcome – Maria Orozco, Assistant Professor of Practice, Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Faculty – Desiree Cueto, Associate Professor, Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies  
Graduate – Gabrielle Yocupicio
Undergraduate and Postbaccalaureate 
Cynthia Rodriguez


Alumni Remarks
Jonathan Katz, College of Education Alumni Council

Dean Berry, Introduction of the Hooding Ceremony

Presentation of Doctoral, Educational Specialist, and Master’s Students
Carl Liaupsin, Head, Disability and Psychoeducational Studies
Leslie Gonzales, Head, Educational Policy Studies and Practice
Jessica Summers, Head, Educational Psychology
Marcy Wood, Head, Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies


Presentation of Baccalaureate and Postbaccalaureate Students
Sung eun Jung, Assistant Professor, Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies

Mark Jenks, Professor of Practice, Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies

Closing Remarks
Dean Berry




Award Recipients     Honored Guests     FACULTY