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AMEU Graduate School inducts 4th Senior Class Leaders

AMEU Graduate School inducts 4th Senior Class Leaders

The Graduate School of the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) has inducted officials of its fourth graduating class.

The ceremony was held Friday, September 16, 2022 and was attended by top Liberian educators including members of the administrative and support staff of the institution.

In his induction speech, the President of the 4th Graduating Class, Randolph P. Swayer, vowed to serve the interest of all members diligently.

According to him, he will work to ensure that the trust and confidence reposed in him and members of the leadership by the 4th graduating class reciprocated through responsible leadership that has a deep sense of consciousness to serve.

"Our leadership will serve your interest at all levels, irrespective of who you are. We will go the extra mile to ensure that you are well served because we bring a different philosophy to leadership. At the Professional Alliance for Transformation we lead by serving others," Mr. Sawyer asserted.

"Let me say this, you the graduating class, you have entrusted us with your right to lead. This is not our rights but rather it is a privilege and opportunity for us to practice another level of responsibility to serve the 4th graduating class," he furthered.

He expressed his heartfelt thanks to the professional alliance for transformation for their tireless efforts working overtime that their dreams has come to success.

He vowed that his leadership’s commitment to the establishment of the first audio visual system that will enhance smooth presentation during lecture series and thesis defense, while at the same time allowing instructors who are teaching online to effectively present their lectures to their class with an effective and more interactive manner.

Mr. Sawyer asserted that the leadership will also ensure that the graduating class has a memorable graduation program that will encompass of social activities, sports and others.

"Fellow colleagues, with your support and the support of this great institution we all can achieve this. We, as graduating senior of the graduate School, are the next group of leaders in line as the guest speaker said. We have arrived, we have achieved what this school has given us," stated the young Sawyer.

In order for Liberia to be a better place for emerging leaders, he stressed the need for change in the dynamics by placing Liberia first above selves.

 

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