ERC Commencement Ceremony 2016
On Sunday, June 12, 2016, approximately 900 undergraduate students participated in the Eleanor Roosevelt College commencement ceremony. The Class of 2016 was cheered on by hundreds of families, friends and loved ones all there to celebrate each graduates' accomplishments, triumphs, and successes. The 2016 Senior Speaker was Megan Ludington who is graduating with a degree in Public Health and a minor in Global Health.
Each year the graduating seniors select a favorite professor for the Outstanding Faculty Award. This year, the 2016 graduating class Professor Leslie Lewis from Urban Studies and Planning Program.
On behalf of the faculty, staff, and members of Eleanor Roosevelt College, we wish our graduating seniors the best in their future endeavors. Congratulations class of 2016!
***Video of the ERC 2016 Commencement Ceremony will be available at this page in early July.
Megan was raised overseas, spending the majority of her childhood in Russia and Uzbekistan, and traveled to over 20 countries before she was 18. She finished HS in Colorado and attended community college there and also at Palomar Community College before transferring to UC San Diego. As a transfer student, she soon became active on the UC San Diego campus with public and global health activities. She studied public health abroad in Amman Jordan, interned at the HFiT clinic in Tijuana and was the president of the Public health Club. Megan will be taking a gap year before pursuing in masters and PhD in global public health with the intent to do research in Central Asia.
Click here to read Megan Ludington's Speech.