Author, public speaker, and alternative medicine advocate Deepak Chopra has been named the spring’s speaker for the 134th Baccalaureate Ceremony for the 2017 USC graduates and their families. The event will be happening on May 11 at the Bovard Auditorium and will be one of the main ceremonies for commencement at the university this year with over 15,000 degrees being delivered this year. Chopra is one of the most distinguished names in the entire world and is going to be very well received by the graduates and their families. After the celebration, the baccalaureate dinner is going to be held at 6:30 p.m. on Pardee Way. This is going to be a fantastic day for everyone attending and should come with some deep thoughts and great advice for those starting the newest chapters of their lives.
The best-selling author has received countless awards for the things he has accomplished in his career, and he is also the founder of The Chopra Foundation which focuses on humanitarian movements and efforts. Chopra graduated from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in 1969 before moving to the United States where he has gained a lot of popularity for his methods and ethics over the last several decades. Although there are many skeptics out there in his work, Chopra has proven time and again that his alternative and transcendent medicine practices help people all over the world every day.
Chopra has been announced as the speaker for this year’s 2017 USC Baccalaureate Ceremony and it is going to be one of the greatest events in the area for the spring.