- Class of 2011
- Beltsville, MD
2011 Jul 12
The following local resident was among the students who received degrees from College of Notre Dame of Maryland at its 116th Commencement held on Saturday, May 28, 2011at the Baltimore Convention Center. Notre Dame alumna Dorothy M. Brown '54, professor emerita of Georgetown University and an alumna of the Class of director emeritus of Catholic Relief Services, was the commencement speaker.
Natalia Marie Fuller-Walker, of Beltsville, received a Master of Arts.
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