• 3 • Conferring of Master’s Degrees:* Candidates for master’s degrees will be presented by Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School, David L. Eaton and Associate Dean of the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance Mark Long. Conferring of Baccalaureate Degrees:* Candidates from the College of Arts & Sciences will be presented by Dean Robert C. Stacey. Candidates from the College of Education will be presented by Dean Mia Tuan. Candidates from the College of Engineering will be presented by Vice Dean Gregory R. Miller. Candidates from the College of the Environment will be presented by Dean Lisa J. Graumlich. Candidates from The Information School will be presented by Dean Harry Bruce. Candidates from the Michael G. Foster School of Business will be presented by Dean James Jiambalvo. Candidates from the School of Nursing will be presented by Dean Azita Emami. Candidates from the School of Medicine will be presented by Associate Dean Anne Eacker. Candidates from the College of Built Environments will be presented by Dean John Schaufelberger. Candidates from the School of Social Work will be presented by Dean Edwina S. Uehara. Candidates from the School of Public Health will be presented by Interim Dean Joel Kaufman. “Rise Up With Pride For Washington”.........................................Catherine Henderson/Bill Conti Singing led by University of Washington Men’s Glee Club Recessional, “Recessional Medley” *The schools and colleges awarding degrees were established in: College of Arts and Sciences, 1861; College of Education, 1878; School of Pharmacy, 1894; School of Law, 1899; College of Engineering, 1901; College of the Environment, 2009 (College of Forest Resources, 1907, School of Fisheries, 1919); Graduate School, 1911; The Information School, 2001 (Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1911); Foster School of Business, 1914; School of Nursing, 1945; School of Dentistry, 1946; School of Medicine, 1946; College of Built Environments, 2009 (College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 1957); School of Social Work, 1958; Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, 2000 (Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1962); School of Public Health, 1970.