Four Forensics students received a very early Christmas gift as they braved the cold mid-December morning at Reed Arena during fall graduation on December 13.
The graduating class was among the more than 3,700 students from the university that were expected to graduate this fall. Families and friends also got a chance to hear Dr. Bowen Loftin for the last time on Thursday night at the pre-commencement convocation at Rudder Theatre and celebrated with a special breakfast reception in the fourth floor atrium of the Heep Center before the lineup began.
“We want to extend our congratulations to you and we wish you guys the very best,” said Associate Department Head for Academic Progams Dr. Pete Teel.
Congratulations to the following students that are expected to graduate this fall:
- Kathleen McStravick – Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Law Emphasis
- Hannah Beckerdite – Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Emphasis
- Bailey Harrington – Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Emphasis and Psychology
- Callan Hundl – Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Emphasis