Morgridge College of Education recognized summer PhD candidates with a Doctoral Hooding Ceremony, Friday, Aug. 17, in the Katherine Ruffatto Hall Commons. Thirty-three candidates received their official PhD hoods which signify the completion of their doctoral studies. The following reception celebrated the achievements of all summer graduates of the college.
Dean Karen Riley provided opening remarks, reminding the candidates to provide a “ladder down” to those that would come behind them.
Closing remarks form Associate Dean Mark Engberg emphasized the role that each newly minted PhD will play in providing critical hope to the educational communities they will impact.
View the complete Flickr album of the ceremony and following reception here.