2014 Diploma Ceremony Photo Gallery
The Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine handed out 200 diplomas on Saturday, May 17th at the McAllister Auditorium on Tulane’s uptown campus.
Students wait outside of McAllister Auditorium for the processional.
One family came prepared with face fans of their favorite graduate.
Marshal Aubrey Madkour, PhD, ready to lead the faculty procession.
Interim Dean LuAnn White addresses the graduates and their families.
Kime McClintock, MPH, addresses her classmates. She was selected from a pool of submissions to be the 2014 student speaker.
New Orleans native son Glen David Andrews shared stirring vocals that referenced the graduation celebration and included pieces of Louis Armstrong's famous "What a Wonderful World."
In a surprise addition, Tulane shuttle bus driver Strother Davis sang and played trombone in tribute to Sarah Stinebaugh, a student who passed away in the fall of 2013.
Graduates listen to the speaker and musicians.
The Pin Stripe Brass Band leads the graduates out of the auditorium.
Associate Dean for Students T.J. Stranova, ScD, waves a second-line hanky to the sound of the band.
Jaffer Shariff, MPH, holds up his hard-earned diploma.
Parents and graduates mill about in the late afternoon sun following the diploma ceremony.
Dee Boling is director of communications for the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
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May 19, 2014