Graduate degrees awarded

Several University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine graduate students are the recipients of new master’s or Ph.D. degrees, which were bestowed during UF commencement exercises, held April 30 at the O’Connell Center.

The degrees were all in Veterinary Medical Sciences, the category into which UFCVM graduate degrees fall.

  • Dr. Nanny Wenslow completed the Ph.D. degree. Dr. Amanda Ardente will complete her Ph.D. later this summer but also participated in the ceremony.
  • Thesis-based Master of Science degrees went to Dr. Robson Giglio, Federico Cunha and Justine Nicholas.
  • Online non-thesis-based Master of Science degrees with a forensic toxicology concentration went to ? individuals.
  • There were 16 recipients of online Master of Science degrees, including four with a shelter medicine concentration,  six with a forensic toxicology concentration and 10 with a veterinary forensic sciences concentration.

Congratulations to all of our new graduates!





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