Julienne Greer (left) worked with Dr. Monica Evans on her doctorate in the humanities. Greer was honored along with other PhD graduates at a hooding ceremony before graduation.
Danny Secor, with his son Tristan, after his hooding for earning a doctorate in audiology.
Mehrzad Ahlberg wrote her dissertation on the associations between culture and global competitiveness in the public policy and political economy program.
Dr. Marvin Dulaney (left) hugs his son, Dr. Malik Dulaney (center) after his hooding ceremony.
Huy Pham prepares to graduate with a degree in biology from the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Molly Leadbeater (bachelor's in biology) and Olivia Belli (bachelor's in molecular biology) show off their UT Dallas class rings.
McDermott Scholar Apeksha Saxena earned a biology degree.
Melissa Lynn Bartok hopes to use her interdisciplinary studies degree to teach elementary school in the area.
Biology majors (from left) Shruti Anil Kilpadikar, Tara King and Jalal Itani prepare for their ceremony.
Graduates line up to receive their diplomas at the undergraduate ceremony for the Naveen Jindal School of Management on Saturday.
Veteran John Phillip Carson Jr. graduated with a degree in electrical engineering. Veterans received red, white and blue cords to wear during their ceremonies.
Joshua Benjamin Elander graduated with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering.
Edward Johnson (left) and his friend, John Sheehan, prepare to be honored as political science graduates.
Arts and performance major Brianne Praslicka gets ready to walk with fellow graduates from the School of Arts and Humanities.
Graduates in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies and the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics wait to begin their commencement ceremony.
Jazzmyn Blu Wilson received her bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Seven graduation ceremonies were held at UT Dallas. Behind the stage, seven gonfalons represent each of the University's seven schools.
Doctoral graduates listen to speakers during the ceremony for the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering.
Riccardo Gregorat smiles after receiving his bachelor's in electrical engineering.
Lauren Diaz earned a bachelor's degree in biology.
Graduates gestured to their family and friends after crossing the stage and winding around the room back to their chairs.
Zuha Nasir earned a bachelor's degree in software engineering during the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science graduation ceremony.
Yingsong Kaping graduated with a degree in software engineering.
Matthew Taylor McIntosh earned his bachelor's in mechanical engineering.
Fernando Izaguirre earned a bachelor's degree in computer science.
Elise Deitrick, a graduate of the Jonsson School, smiled after crossing the stage for her bachelor's in computer science.
Graduates listen to the presentation during the ceremony for the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science.
It's celebration time at the EPPS and A&H ceremony.
Brian Trewitt graduated from the School of Arts and Humanities with a major in arts and technology.
ATEC graduate Huda Hashim heads back to her seat with a smile and a symbol of her achievement.
Cap decorations at the ceremony for A&H and EPPS grads variously tout grad school plans, give a shout-out to Mom and Dad, and refer to a classic anime series.
President David E. Daniel leads the recessional after one of seven graduation ceremonies held this week at UT Dallas.
The May 17 combination ceremony for A&H and EPPS graduates was one of a record seven ceremonies at UT Dallas this year.
McDermott Scholar and political science major Monica Ann Niewiarowski graduated with multiple honors.
Meiwei Zhou (left) and Evelin Serrano showed off their new degrees, both in accounting and finance, during Memories on the Mall after the Naveen Jindal School of Management undergraduate ceremony Saturday morning.
Graduates Sae Rom Lee, Yeasel Kim and Meeso Lee do the Whoosh during Memories at the Mall after the Naveen Jindal School of Management undergraduate ceremony Saturday morning.
Rahil Moiz (second from right), who earned his bachelor's degree in accounting and finance, joined his family for Memories on the Mall after his ceremony.
James Adol, who earned a bachelor's degree in accounting and management information systems, posed with friends after his graduation. Adol came to the United States as an orphaned refugee from Sudan.
Girish Shrestha posed with his family after receiving his bachelor's degree in accounting at the undergraduate ceremony for the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Next, Shrestha said he plans to seek his CPA license.
Jason Mauldin joined his parents and girlfriend after his ceremony. He received his bachelor's degree in accounting after serving in the U.S. Army for five years and working as a contractor in Afghanistan.
Katelyn Hanks (front left), who was born with cerebral palsy and typically uses a wheelchair, received an ovation after walking across the floor to accept her diploma. Her bachelor's is in management information systems.
Kelby Reed, summer graduate earning a bachelor's in mechanical engineering, kisses his 7-week-old daughter, Heidi.
Ranjana V. Srivastava (left) travelled from India to celebrate with her daughter, Prerana Prakash, who received a master's in computer science.
Alison Lee received flowers after graduating with a bachelor's in mechanical engineering.
Friends Sandeep Shenoy, Sharath Srinivasa and Rakesh Anavalamudi Surendra share a well-deserved celebration after receiving their master's degrees in computer science.
Sovanarak Lek is joined on the mall by his parents, Doungmalay and Sineth, after receiving his master's in applied cognition and neuroscience.
Lauren Schaper whooshes in celebration of her bachelor's in speech-language pathology and audiology.
Francisco Argueta-Ortiz is joined in celebration of his master's in psychological sciences by his advisor, Dr. Deborah Wiebe, and his father, Gregorio Argueta-Albarran.
Amanda Lewis chats with BBS Dean Bert Moore under the trellis after receiving her bachelor's in child learning and development and psychology.
Caitlin Sheehy (second from left) clowned with her supporters after earning a master's degree in communication disorders. From left: Libby Stanley, Lara Landers and Katie McNaughton.
Michelle Horner enjoys the celebration on the mall after her graduation with a bachelor's in speech language pathology and audiology.
Ashley Stone is all smiles as she celebrates with husband, Bryce, and a bouquet of flowers after receiving her master's in communication disorders.
Greg Slagel and his friend, Katryna Ceniza, embrace after the ceremony for EPPS and A&H grads.
Cedric Jones earned a master's degree in applied sociology.