The Forensic and Investigative Sciences (FIVS) Program and the Department of Entomology congratulates students receiving their degrees on Friday, December 16.
Two students were part of the more than 3,000 Texas A&M University students that received their diplomas during Fall 2011 graduation ceremonies. Students and families listened to acting dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service Andrew Card during the convocation on Thursday.
Assistant Professor Jeff Tomberlin was very excited about the students graduating and proud of their hard work and determination during their time they were here at A&M.
“My enthusiasm for the students of the Forensic and Investigative Sciences Program continues to remain elevated as the resulting graduates have bright futures,” he said. “They will do an excellent job representing Texas A&M University in the forensic sciences community in Texas as well as throughout the United States.”
Join us in congratulating our Fall 2011 FIVS graduates. Check back with us now and then as we report on their future accomplishments. Gig ‘em FIVS Aggies!
|Andrea Canalda||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Option|
|Clay Tyler||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Option|