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Mesa resident Roberts graduates from University of Dubuque

Posted 6/6/22

Mesa resident Marlin Roberts recently received a master of business administration from the University of Dubuque.

The University of Dubuque celebrated the academic accomplishments of its …

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Mesa resident Roberts graduates from University of Dubuque

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Mesa resident Marlin Roberts recently received a master of business administration from the University of Dubuque.

The University of Dubuque celebrated the academic accomplishments of its undergraduate graduates and seminary students during its 170th commencement with two ceremonies April 30 on campus.

The University of Dubuque is a private university offering undergraduate, graduate and theological seminary degrees as well as other educational opportunities with the intention of educating and forming the whole person. Founded in 1852, UD is home to more than 2,000 students. Go to www.dbq.edu.

The University of Dubuque spring commencement was held in the Chlapaty Recreation and Wellness Center. Eighty-eight graduate students and 260 undergraduate students were eligible to participate in the ceremony. Alan Garfield, professor of digital art and design and director of the Bisignano Art Gallery in Heritage Center, delivered the commencement address, titled “The Certainty of Uncertainty.”

The University of Dubuque Theological Seminary Commencement was held in John and Alice Butler Hall, Heritage Center. Twenty-seven students received degrees and 10 students earned certificates. Rev. Gary S. Eller, PhD, recently retired president of the Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation in Omaha, Nebraska, delivered the commencement address, titled “Ministry in Turbulent Times.”

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