COLLEGE STATION, Texas–Five Forensic and Investigative Sciences students were among thousands of others that braved the warm afternoon outside Reed Arena as they walked the stage on August 16.
The students were among hundreds of other graduating students in the Colleges of Agriculture and Agriculture, George Bush School of Government and Public Service, Mays Business School and the Dwight Look College of Engineering during the afternoon ceremony.
Before the Friday ceremony, students and their families had a chance to listen to Head Coach of the Texas A&M Women’s Softball Jo Evans speak at a special convocation at Rudder Auditorium on Thursday. Students and faculty celebrated this momentous occasion over sandwiches, cake and other finger foods during a special reception in the Heep Center fourth floor atrium on Friday.
“I am ecstatic about our graduating class this summer,” said Assistant Professor Dr. Jeff Tomberlin. “They represent what is best about Texas A&M University, the Department of Entomology, and the Forensic and Investigative Sciences Program.”
Congratulations to the following students that are expected to graduate this summer:
|Rebecca Leigh Evans||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Emphasis|
|Madison Henry Gaytan||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Science Emphasis|
|Donald (Henre) Honnas||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Law Emphasis|
|Caitlin Stepchinski||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Law Emphasis|
|Lyndsey Ryan Turman||Forensic and Investigative Sciences – Law Emphasis|