The 93 women and 93 men comprising the graduating class of Georgetown University School of Medicine assembled at Washington's National Theater on Sunday morning, May 17, to receive their medical degrees.
Collectively, it took the 250 students in the Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) master's program about 25,000 hours of work to complete their graduate degrees. They received their diplomas on May 16.
Seven newly minted physicians received promotions during a ceremony May 16, an annual tradition at Georgetown University School of Medicine for students who received a medical school education through the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP).
The MAGIS Society of Master Teachers welcomed its newest inductees, one from clinical science and one from preclinical science, at the annual ceremony on May 14, one of the first of graduation weekend ceremonies occurring campus-wide.
Vikram Patel (H'15), PhD, a professor of international mental health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, received an honorary doctor of science degree at the School of Nursing & Health Studies' Commencement ceremony this afternoon. Watch the ceremony: http://bit.ly/1IHPohx