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Political Science Department Commencement

June 17, 2018 @ 12:00 am

Political Science Department Commencement

DateJune 12, 2016

Time9:00am

Location
Pauley Pavilion

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Political Science Department CommencementSunday, June 12, 20169:00a.m. Pauley PavilionLivestream of the ceremony to be posted here Beginning May 11 and through commencement week (June 13-16) students may sign up to walk in the Political Science Department Ceremony and order guest tickets at the undergraduate counseling offices in 4269A or B and the department main office in 4289 Bunche Hall. Students participating in the Political Science Department Commencement are not issued a ticket to walk in the Political Science Department Ceremony. Guests to the Political Science Department ceremony will need tickets to enter Pauley Pavilion. The College of Letters and Science does issue tickets for students to walk in the Friday, June 10, ceremonies and for guests.Letter of Invitation: If a student is a permanent resident they may go to their counseling unit (AAP, Honors, CAC) and ask for a letter of invitation for their “close kin” (father, mother, siblings, grandparents).  If a student is on a Visa, they need to go to the Dashew Center to ask for a letter of invitation.Please visit the College of Letters and Science web site for information that includes parking and disability resources. https://www.commencement.ucla.eduCheck with an undergraduate counselor about disability resources for you or guests attending the Political Science Department Ceremony.Important information for graduates and guests the day of Commencement:On Sunday, June 12, 2016, graduates assemble on the south courts of the Los Angeles Tennis Center.  The student entrance is located near the Acosta Center. Directional signs will be posted.  Please arrive by 8:00 AM.  A processional into Pauley Pavilion will begin promptly at 8:45 AM.  At the tennis courts you will be asked to fill in a name card. The card includes a line for the phonetic spelling of your name to assure that anouncers pronounce your name appropriately.During the ceremony graduates are guided to the stage by event staff and hand their name card to a photographer’s assistant.  Faculty members rotate announcing names as graduates walk across the stage. A photography company called GradImages uses the flip side of the card to collect addresses which are used to send photos taken as graduates prepare to step onto the stage, stand center stage and after stepping down from the stage.Approximately 500 graduates are expected to participate along with 3,700 guests.  Guests should also arrive an hour before the event.  Guests will not be allowed on the tennis courts and should proceed directly to Pauley Pavilion.  The doors of Pauley Pavilion open at 8:00 AM. There are several ceremonies scheduled that morning so guests should allow ample time to park, walk to Pauley Pavilion, and find a seat. Seating is unassigned and is first come, first seated. The event is anticipated to be 90 to 120 minutes.Balloons are restricted from Pauley Pavilion and will be checked in before guests enter the venue. Strollers are restricted from the venue and will be checked in before guests enter. Children not requiring their own seat do not need a guest ticket.Speaker For The UCLA Political Science Commencement Ceremony 2016Dana J. HydeChief Executive OfficerMillennium Challenge CorporationDana J. Hyde, a former State Department and White House official, brings to MCC more than 20 years of experience in law and public policy, with expertise in economic growth and resource management in the United States and around the globe. As Associate Director at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Ms. Hyde led a team that managed more than $150 billion in budgetary resources across six cabinet agencies and helped make difficult choices at a time of increasingly limited resources. Ms. Hyde came to OMB from the State Department, where she led the establishment of the Office of Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources and went on to serve as Senior Advisor to Deputy Secretary Jack Lew. At State, Ms. Hyde helped bring reform and innovation to U.S. diplomacy and development efforts around the globe, including developing country-owned, country-led initiatives to improve health in the developing world, contributing to the first Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review and strengthening the lifesaving work of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Earlier in her career, Ms. Hyde served as counsel to the 9/11 Commission, investigating the immediate response of the White House, the Defense Department and the Federal Aviation Administration to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Ms. Hyde also worked in the White House, where she coordinated policy and outreach initiatives for federal agencies handling national security and trade policy as Special Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs. As an attorney, Ms. Hyde practiced in London as a member of WilmerHale’s international arbitration group and in Washington, D.C. as a litigation associate at Zuckerman Spaeder. Ms. Hyde also worked at the Justice Department, serving as special assistant to two deputy attorneys general. Ms. Hyde is a graduate of Georgetown Law School and holds a B.A. in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is married and the mother of two young boys.Guide to Graduation & 2016 Commencement

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June 17, 2018
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Date:
June 17, 2018
Time:
12:00 am
Website:
/event/political-science-department-commencement