First in-person graduation for Carey graduates since 2019
For the first time in more than two years, graduates from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School were able to walk across the stage to in celebration of earning a diploma.
Carey Business School hosted its Spring 2022 graduation inside of Baltimore’s The Lyric in mid-May, which was the first time since August 2019 that school was able host an in-person graduation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some 589 graduates earned their degree in either the MBA and MS full-time programs and 352 graduates earned degrees in MBA and MS part-time programs.
For Carey Dean, Alex Triantis, it was his first time to preside over an in-person graduation since taking joining the university in 2019. He told graduates the importance of making the most of your career during such turbulent times.
“Your graduation comes at a time of great uncertainty,” Dean Triantis said. “What once seemed destined is now in doubt as we face the spread of war, an unstable environment, an unrelenting pandemic, and the age-old scourges of discrimination and inequity. Times seem tough, but do not despair. Look to the future with optimism.”