Carver College of Medicine Associated Medical Sciences Virtual Commencement Ceremony
May 15, 2021
Graduates from the following programs of study (majors) will be recognized:
- Master of Clinical Anatomy
- Master of Clinical Nutrition
- Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences
- Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Radiation Sciences
President Bruce Harreld and David Asprey, associate dean for medical education and professional programs, will deliver welcome messages to students, along with Executive Vice President and Provost Kevin Kregel and Sherry A. Bates of the Board of Regents, State of Iowa. The keynote speaker will be Colin Derdeyn, the Krabbenhoft Chair and professor and department executive officer of radiology, and professor of neurology. Sophie Banegas, of Norwalk, Iowa, graduate of the Master of Clinical Anatomy Program; Megan Anderson, of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, a graduate of the Master of Clinical Nutrition Program; and Elizabeth McElmeel, of Waterloo, Iowa, a graduate of the Radiation Sciences Bachelor of Science Program, will be the student speakers. Jillian York, senior radiation therapist in radiation oncology, will provide the charge to students. President Harreld will confer degrees.
Spring 2021 commencement will be virtual, the ceremony will be livestreamed at the scheduled time. Degrees will be conferred and graduates who RSVP'd Yes will be individually recognized during the virtual commencement.
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