Spring graduates receive M.S., Ph.D. degrees

Several students in the UF College of Veterinary Medicine‚Äôs graduate studies program received their degrees April 29 in two separate ceremonies held on campus at the university’s Stephen C. O’Connell Center.

The new graduates are:

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree:

  • Faith Lambert: mentored by Dr. Chris Vulpe

Master of Science (M.S) degree/on campus (thesis-based):

  • Jose Carvajal: mentored by Dr. Brad Case
  • Kaitlyn Mullen: mentored by Dr. Penny Regier
  • Robert Schnurr: mentored by Dr. Robson Giglio

Distance-Ed Master of Science (M.S.) degrees (non-thesis):

Shelter Medicine

  • Nicole DeGennaro
  • Ashley Clark

Veterinary Forensic Sciences

  • Nicole Chalfant-Kero
  • Margaret Fant
  • Christine Christensen
  • Paul Facemire
  • Ariel Wickers
  • Nicole Ferguson
  • Hannah Wicks
  • Victoria Smith
  • Melissa Reel-Quick

Forensic Toxicology

  • Aubrene Mclaughlin
  • Haley Roniger
  • Tricia Beal
  • Andrenna Sykes
  • Dymond Banks
  • Abigail Bratlien
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