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Furman’s 2022 summer commencement set for Aug. 13

Daniel Chapel during Commencement ceremonies in the summer of 2021|George Lipscomb

George Lipscomb, a professor of education, will deliver the address at Furman’s Summer Commencement ceremony scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 13, at 4 p.m. in Charles E. Daniel Memorial Chapel. The ceremony will also be streamed live.

George Lipscomb, professor of education

The university will award approximately 40 Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts and Master of Science degrees. Furman President Elizabeth Davis will preside over the ceremony, which will also feature music performed by Charles Tompkins, a professor of music and the university organist.

Lipscomb joined Furman in 2002. A former middle and high school social studies teacher, he currently instructs elementary and secondary social studies methods, curriculum and technology, and geography, among other courses. He is also coordinator of Furman’s Secondary Education and Master of Arts in Teaching programs. He is active in social studies education at the local, state and national levels and has published in a variety of journals in the field. He also serves as a Pathways advisor.

A reception for graduates and their guests will follow the ceremony.

Last updated August 2, 2022
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