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Monmouth University's Commencement speech by NASA Administrator, Charles F. Bolden Jr.

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Uploaded on May 18, 2011

NASA Administrator, the Honorable Charles F. Bolden Jr., addresses Monmouth University's graduates at the University's 78th commencement ceremony and received an honorary degree.

About Monmouth University

Monmouth University offers its graduate students a dynamic and varied academic environment with abundant opportunities to learn, adapt, and grow both personally and professionally. The graduate programs at Monmouth University in New Jersey integrate the most advanced thinking and training in the respective fields in order to provide skills needed in the marketplace. The faculty members are active teacher-scholars dedicated to excellence in teaching and the development of new knowledge.

The curriculum for each graduate degree is designed to develop the highest degrees of competence, professionalism, and leadership qualities in the student. Small classes, which allow for individual attention and student-faculty dialogue, together with purposeful academic guidance and ample career counseling, are hallmarks of the Monmouth experience. Monmouth University is listed in the Princeton Review's Best Colleges and U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges." Monmouth's student body is diverse, with a combined population of approximately 4,500 undergraduate and 1,800 graduate students.

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