MSOE Commencement is Nov. 19
More than 100 undergraduate and graduate students in engineering majors, the Rader School of Business and School of Nursing will receive their bachelor’s or master’s degrees at Milwaukee School of Engineering’s (MSOE) Fall Commencement, Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Kern Center.
MSOE Regent Daniel J. Moceri will receive an Honorary Doctor of Engineering degree.
Graham T. Brisch will be the class respondent, the honor that goes to the graduate with the highest GPA. Brisch is graduating with high honors and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Marc Xi-Ming Tan will receive the Alumni Association Award. Recipients of this prestigious award are first nominated by faculty members in their respective academic departments and then the entire graduating class selects from among its peers the student who is most deserving. Tan is graduating with high honors and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.
About Daniel J. Moceri:
MSOE Regent Daniel J. Moceri is a cofounder and executive chairman of Convergint Technologies, based in Schaumburg, Illinois. Formed in 2001, Convergint is a global, service-based integrator with a dedicated focus in electronic security, fire alarm and life safety, mass notification, communications, building automation and health care technologies. Today Convergint is the world’s second largest security integrator and, employs more than 2,400 people in 70 locations serving companies in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, financial and technology sectors.
Founded on a set of ten values and beliefs that drive the company’s culture and set the industry standard for customer satisfaction, Convergint has been named to the Center for Companies That Care Honor Roll each year since 2004 and has received a number of other awards and industry recognition. Moceri was the recipient of the 2009 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Technology in the Midwest Region.
Moceri graduated from MSOE in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology. He went on to earn his master’s degree in management from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. An MSOE scholarship in his name provides financial support to freshman (incoming and current). He became a member of the MSOE Board of Regents in 2013. He is also a member of a variety of professional organizations, including the American Society for Industrial Security and the Canada U.S. Business Council. He also serves on the advisory board of TechSec Solutions.
Moceri and his wife Sharon have three adult children, daughter Danielle and sons Paul and Michael.