Penn Engineering held its first in-person Commencement in three years, celebrating our 2022 graduates with ceremonies at Irvine Auditorium and the Palestra. Students, family, friends and faculty were able to gather together once again to celebrate the accomplishments of a cohort that survived a complete campus shutdown in 2020, and continued to persevere through shifting and complex global challenges. Congratulations to our amazing grads!
We invite you to stream each of the Penn Engineering ceremonies at the links below.
Celebration of Doctoral Graduates
The Penn Engineering Doctoral Commencement featured a message from the Nemirovsky Family Dean of Penn Engineering Vijay Kumar, and a speech from keynote speaker Susan Margulies.
Celebration of Master’s Graduates
The Penn Engineering Master’s Commencement featured a message from the Nemirovsky Family Dean of Penn Engineering Vijay Kumar, and speeches from keynote speaker Joan Lay, and student speaker Aditya Hota.
Celebration of Undergraduates
The Penn Engineering Undergraduate Commencement featured a message from the Nemirovsky Family Dean of Penn Engineering Vijay Kumar, and speeches from keynote speaker Ted Schlein and student speaker Lanting Chiang.
266th University Commencement
The 266th University of Pennsylvania Commencement featured a message from former Penn President Amy Gutmann and Commencement speaker and filmmaker Ken Burns.
The University will host a Commencement for all Class of 2020 Graduates and Class of 2021 Master’s and Doctoral Graduates on Sunday, May 22 from 10:15 a.m.-12: p.m. in Franklin Field. Penn Engineering will host an open house for our returning graduates and their families immediately following the University’s ceremony from 12:00-2:00 p.m. in the Levine Lobby.