Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
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Bachelor of Science, International Business
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Bachelor of Arts,
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Bachelor of Science, Psychology
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Bachelor of Science, Political Science
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Master of Business Administration
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Undergraduate students stand to be recognized during the ECS graduation ceremony.
Dean George Fair and PhD recipient Rosalinda Valenzuela attend a reception following Thursday’s doctoral hooding ceremony.
Jeff Edwards, an electrical engineering graduate from Allen, waits to join the processional into his commencement ceremony at the UT Dallas Activity Center.
Megan Morgan helps Brenda Granados secure the tassel on her graduation cap. Both graduated with bachelor’s degrees in computer science.
Chanaka Liyana Arachchige graduated with a PhD in telecommunications engineering.
Medals await students graduating summa cum laude, magna cum laude and cum laude.
Rana Chabayta graduated with a bachelor’s in electrical engineering.
Master’s students in engineering and computer science await their turns to cross the stage and receive their diplomas.
Alex Chung, a summa cum laude graduate in electrical engineering, gives the student address during the Friday commencement ceremony for engineering and computer science graduates.
Daniel Simon Jr. earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering during the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science graduation ceremony.
Students prepare to receive their freshly minted master’s degrees.
University President David E. Daniel addresses the graduates during one of six commencement ceremonies.
Engineering and computer science graduates turn to acknowledge the support of family members during their commencement ceremony Friday morning.
More than 1,900 UT Dallas graduates were recognized during fall 2012 commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday.
After the ceremonies, graduates and guests spilled out of the Activity Center and onto the UT Dallas mall for refreshments, photos and congratulations.
Newly minted UT Dallas graduates make their way to the campus mall to meet up with friends and family after their commencement ceremony on Friday.
Garrett Larsen (center), graduating with a bachelor’s in electrical engineering, joins his fellow graduates on the mall after the ceremony.
Following the graduation ceremony, Chee Yong Ch’ng and other graduates met at “Memories on the Mall,” an event to celebrate the newest UT Dallas alumni.
Laura Shagman chats after the ceremony with Dr. Cy Cantrell, senior associate dean for academic affairs in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science.
Seyedeh Negin Mortazavi smiles with flowers and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering following the ECS graduation ceremony Friday morning.
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December 7, 2012