Graduate degrees conferred at UF ceremony

Several UF College of Veterinary Medicine graduate students received their advanced degrees during fall commencement exercises, held Dec. 19 at the O’Connell Center.

Four students received Ph.D. degrees, according to Sally O’Connell, administrative assistant in the college’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies. Those include: Galaxia Cortes, Jason Ferrante, Candice Lavelle and Katherine Sayler.

The only master’s degree recipients this term were from the distance-based, non-thesis master’s program in forensic toxicology. The conferring of master’s degrees was held on Dec. 20 at the O’Connell Center.

The college’s most recent recipients of the master of arts degree include Xuankai Alex Low,  Amanda Sutton, Julie Dicks, Erica Sena, Janelle Gomez, Neal Johansen, Amanda Foss and Dustin Bartholomew.

Congratulations to all of our new graduates!


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