Rep. James P. McGovern receives Chancellor's Medal





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Published on Jun 1, 2014

Since he was first elected in 1996 to represent the 2nd District of Massachusetts in the U.S. House of Representatives, James P. McGovern has been tirelessly advocating on behalf of the citizens of the region that he grew up in and still calls home. At the 41st Commencement Exercises on June 1, Rep. McGovern will delivered the Commencement address and was be presented with a Chancellor's Medal in recognition of his dedicated service to Central Massachusetts. He also took part in recognizing Cherylann and Leonard Gengel, founders of the Be Like Brit Foundation and the Be Like Brit Orphanage in Grand Goâve, Haiti. The Gengels were awarded honorary degrees at Commencement, as was H. Brownell Wheeler, MD, the founding chair of the Department of Surgery.

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