CSU Class of 2014 commencement

  • Monday, May 26, 2014

Hayes Holdsworth, a kinesiology major; Micheal Jeffcoat, a communication major from Mount Pleasant; and Lizzie Olmstead, a communication major, wait for commencement to begin. PROVIDED

Charleston Southern University conferred degrees upon almost 600 graduates May 3 at North Charleston Coliseum. The class of 2014 included the first graduates of the Master of Science in Organizational Management and the Bachelor of Arts in Music and Worship Leadership.

Harvey L. Galloway, executive director of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina Foundation, was the guest speaker. He also received an honorary doctor of public service from the university. Galloway has 43 years of experience with Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina, and its owned companies. His work to improve healthcare in South Carolina was recognized in 2008 with the Palmetto Patriot award.

In his address to the graduates, Galloway said, ďI hope you will begin to think of your life as writing your very own story. You need to remember that your time is limited, donít waste it living someone elseís life. Donít be trapped by living with the results of other peopleís thinking. Donít let the noise of othersí opinions drown out your own inner voice, and most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition each moment of your life, adding to your story.Ē

Trenton Green, a Bachelor of Arts graduate who served as vice president of the Student Government Association, delivered the senior class statement and challenged his fellow graduates to stand firm in their faith and their actions and to be courageous as they seek success.

Todd Heldreth, DVM, associate professor of biology, was awarded the Excellence in Teaching award. He is a resident of Summerville, South Carolina.


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