(UNK)-More than 200 graduate and undergraduate students will receive their degrees at the University of Nebraska at Kearney summer commencement exercises at 10 a.m. Friday in the Ponderosa Room in the Nebraskan Student Union. In all, there are 214 candidates for degrees - 96 undergraduate and 118 graduate degrees. Susanne George Bloomfield, professor of English at UNK, will deliver the commencement address. An award-winning faculty member, Bloomfield has been on the faculty at UNK since 1979. She is a winner of UNK's Leland Holdt Distinguished Faculty Award and Pratt-Heins awards in both scholarship/research and teaching. Bloomfield was UNK's 2013 Distinguished Alumni of the Year. Her address is titled "Life Accumulates." Brandon Drozd, a bachelor's degree candidate in organizational communication from Genoa, will present the graduate reflection. A member of the Chancellor's Leadership Class and an Honors graduate, Drozd has been active in Greek life. He served as president of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) and president of the Interfraternity Council. UNK Chancellor Douglas Kristensen will give the welcome. Cami Graves, a 2003 UNK alum, and Nolan Pribnow, a junior music education major, will perform the national anthem. For those unable to attend commencement in person, the event will be available as a webcast. Information for the webcast is located at www.unk.edu or by visiting the UNKearney channel on You Tube. In addition, individuals on campus can view ceremonies via Campus Cable TV, Channel 2.