I, like your family and friends, am very proud of your accomplishments. You worked hard to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to get admitted to one of our programs. You are now ready to start applying your expertise to real-world problems – ones that will test not only your skill but your resolve.
As dean of this college, I extend to each of you our continuing support to help you achieve your goals and take your opportunity to “move lives forward.” Attend alumni gatherings, become involved, visit your favorite professors and colleagues the next time you are downtown, and, most importantly, ask us for help. We have put our hopes and energy into making you a talented professional; we will certainly be there to assist you to become an even higher-performing one.
Best wishes for your personal and professional endeavors,
Paul A. Alberto, Ph.D.
Dean and Regents’ Professor of Intellectual Disabilities
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