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Commencement 2012 Photo Galleries

Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

  • student models graduation gown
    Degree candidates in the Hajim School of Engineeing and Applied Sciences pose for photos before their commencement ceremony in Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre on Sunday, May 20.
  • student models graduation gown
    Students stand as the platform party takes its place on the stage.
  • students throw beach balls in auditorium
    “You are among the most fortunate graduates of all universities globally,” Dean Robert Clark told the graduates. —Why? You have focused on an education that allows you to tackle many of society's grand challenges—to create and design an alternative future.”
  • Paul Burgett leads singing on stage
    “It is a great pleasure to share the stage today with Ed Hajim as we graduate another remarkable class," said President Joel Seligman, right.
  • students offer a toast
    Friends and family fill Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre.
  • students toast each other with champagne
    “I extend to each and all of you graduates my congratulations in accomplishing this first step in your lifelong educational endeavors,” Pandeli Durbetaki, recipient of the Hajim School's Distinguished Alumnus Award, told the Hajim School Class of 2012.
  • group of students pose for a picture
    Sarah Ko '12 hugs her friend Martin Szeto '12, both biomedical engineering majors, after Sunday's ceremony.
  • group of students pose for a picture
    Silvia Perucchio '12, left, gets a kiss from her father, Professor of Mechanical Engineering Renato Perucchio, after she received her degree in chemical engineering.
  • group of students pose for a picture
    Graduates cheer after the conferring of degrees during the Hajim School ceremony.
  • group of students pose for a picture
    Sam Lopresti '12, left, Ruth Davis '12, and Travis Bevington '12, all biomedical engineering majors pose for a photo after receiving their degrees.

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