Celebrating our 2018 graduates

Jolayne Houtz
June 12, 2018
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We’re proud of the 48 students in the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) who graduated this weekend! We can’t wait to see what our graduates will do next.

Enjoy this selection of photos from Friday’s DEOHS ceremony at Foege Hall and from Sunday’s School of Public Health celebration at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion on the UW campus.

Two students take a selfie at the DEOHS graduation reception.

Graduates celebrate at a DEOHS reception. Photo: Sarah Fish.

Students exiting the stadium after the SPH graduation ceremony.

DEOHS graduated 48 students in 2018. Photo: Elizar Mercado.

Connie Tzou speaking at a podium during the DEOHS graduation ceremony.

Connie Tzou, PhD, gives the graduate student address at the DEOHS ceremony. Photo: Sarah Fish.

Group of DEOHS students after graduating in the DEOHS ceremony.

DEOHS master’s graduates gather for a group photo at the DEOHS ceremony. Photo: Sarah Fish.

Miriam Caulkins speaking at a podium during the SPH graduation ceremony.

Miriam Calkins, who graduated with her PhD from DEOHS, was named winner of the UW School of Public Health Gilbert S. Omenn award. Photo: Elizar Mercado.

Student sits waiting for to graduate in the SPH graduation ceremony.

A DEOHS student cheers on fellow graduates at the SPH graduation ceremony. Photo: Elizar Mercado.

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