December 17, 2010 – Denver, Colorado – Kimberly Timmons was honored to receive a Doctor of Humane Letters after speaking at The Art Institute of Colorado’s fall graduation ceremony held at the Colorado Convention Center. Kimberly was asked to speak at the ceremony for approximately 100 students graduating with Bachelor of Arts, Associates’ or diplomas from various departments. Her speech included professional advice to the students as they began their own careers. The Doctor of Humane Letters was presented to Ms. Timmons by college president David Zorn as a thank you for participating in the ceremony.
The graduation ceremony included an audience of over 1,000 people consisting of the graduates, family and friends, faculty and staff members. The departments represented in the ceremony included culinary arts, design management, interior design, graphic design, fashion retail management, industrial design, interactive media design, media arts & animation, photography, digital filmmaking and video production.
About The Art Institute of Colorado
Founded in 1952, The Art Institute of Colorado has been a vital resource to the metro Denver community, with more than 11,500 graduates working both locally and around the world. The school is one of The Art Institutes, a system of over 45 education institutions throughout North America, providing an important source of design, media arts, fashion and culinary arts professionals. The Art Institute of Colorado is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level careers in the design, arts and culinary industries. More information about The Art Institute of Colorado can be found at http://www.artinstitutes.edu/denver/about/.