Class of 2019: student Commencement speakers

By Michael Mullen on May 21, 2019

Watch video interviews of the spring 2019 Commencement graduate and undergraduate speakers

Spring Commencement Speakers

Commencement is about celebrating student achievements, sharing hard-won wisdom and reflecting on favorite moments and memories. At Towson University's six Commencement ceremonies from May 22–24, 12 student speakers will take the stage to do just that.

In addition to the graduate and undergraduate student speakers, educator and theorist Gloria Ladson-Billings will speak at the College of Education (COE) Commencement ceremony on May 22 at 10 a.m.

College of Education (University Commencement)

The undergraduate speaker is Ami Fye (right), and the graduate speaker is Jennifer Mullenax. Fye is receiving a bachelor's in early childhood education, while Mullenax is receiving a doctorate in instructional technology.

College of Fine Arts and Communication 

The undergraduate speaker is Madeline Gorman (right), who is receiving her bachelor's degree in mass communication. The graduate speaker is Lee Conderacci, who is receiving her master's in communication management.

College of Business and Economics

Jasmine Kaur (right) is the undergraduate speaker; she is receiving a degree in business administration/marketing. Aaron Remeniuk is the graduate speaker, and he is receiving his master's in accounting and business advisory services.

College of Health Professions

The undergraduate speaker is Emily Fornatora (right), and the graduate speaker is Natalie Schneiderman. Fornatora is receiving her bachelor's in sport management, while Schneiderman is receiving her master's in speech-language pathology.

Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science and Mathematics

Priyanka Mohindra (right) is the undergraduate speaker. She is receiving a bachelor's degree in computer and information systems. Zoe Garcia is the graduate speaker and is receiving her master's degree in forensic science.

College of Liberal Arts

Chenise Calhoun (right) is the undergraduate speaker; she is receiving her bachelor's in foreign languages/international studies. Adeife (Love) Adejumo is the graduate speaker. She is receiving her master's degree in human resource development.

Watch each of the speakers deliver their speeches via the free live stream of each ceremony on the TU homepage.