The National Anthem
Lea Antolini-Lid and Students

Invocation
Bishop Schol

Welcome
Master of Ceremonies, Norman Worth

Maria DiGiovanni,
Mayor of Hackettstown
Dr. Stephanie Bennett-Smith,
Centenary University’s 10th President and President Emerita
Bishop John R. Schol of the Greater New Jersey Conference of the United Methodist Church and Centenary University Trustee Wolfgang Gstattenbauer ’84/13 HA,
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Jacqueline M. Jones-Banks ’04/06,
President of the Alumni Association Executive Board
Tom Williams,
Staff Council Chair
Maria Novotna Maier ’06,
President’s Advisory Council Member and Co-Chair
Anthony Yacullo,
Faculty Senate Chair
Brianne Lechner, Enactus
President/MBA Student
and Romane Jean-Louis,
Enactus Co-President/Undergraduate student
Amanda Deppa ’17,
Student Government President
Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite,
Centenary University’s 12th President and President Emerita

Musical Interlude

Into the Woods

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Rosalind Reichard,
President of Emory & Henry College 2006-13, Interim Provost at St. Joseph’s University and Centenary University Trustee

Investiture of the New President

Wolfgang Gstattenbauer ’84/13 HA

Inaugural Address

Dr. David P. Haney

Benediction

(Prayer of Blessing) Reverend Dr. Frank L. Fowler III, Centenary University Trustee and Senior Pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church

Closing Remarks

Norman Worth


Inaugural Ceremony -1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Sitnik Theater, David and Carol Lackland Center
715 Grand Avenue, Hackettstown, New Jersey 07840

Reception 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Front Parlours, Edward W. Seay Administration Building
400 Jefferson Street, Hackettstown, New Jersey 07840

Live music by Sleepy Man
Enjoy Centenary hospitality with Dr. David P. Haney and Lisa Baldwin


The Annual Scholarship Gala

Dinner 5:30 pm

The Farmhouse at the Grand Colonial
86 Route 173 West, Hampton, New Jersey 08827(Advance ticket purchase required.)

Suggested parking for the Inauguration is in the David and Carol Lackland Center located on 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown.  Attendees can also park on unrestricted streets.