2018 Student Commencement Speakers

Raonak Ezahan Shristy

A nontraditional student, Shristy is graduating with an Associate in Science degree in Environmental Health. She has worked on campus as an Orientation Leader and a Peer Tutor, and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for two-year colleges.

Shristy was the recipient of the Dr. James C. and Judith G. Mabry Completion Scholarship from the MCC Foundation. She also enjoyed introducing middle-school students to chemistry and other STEM (science, technology, engineer & math) programs as part of a Service-Learning project in her “Chemistry for Engineering” class. Shristy plans to continue her education at UMass Lowell and earn a bachelor’s degree in Public Health.

Earl Williams Jr.

A first-generation college student, Williams is graduating with an Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences. While at Middlesex, he has been active in the Student Union Government Association, is a member of the National Society of Leaders, and received the MCC Foundation’s John M. Keough Memorial Scholarship.

Williams also participated in a Service-Learning project at Lowell’s Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association. In the fall, he plans to attend UMass Lowell and major in psychology

Last Modified: 7/27/18