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GSAS Convocation 2018: A Photo Essay

At GSAS Convocation on May 13, thousands of loved ones, faculty, and staff gathered on the Morningside Campus to celebrate 350 graduating doctoral students and 600 graduating master’s students.

Below are some photos taken throughout the day. Visit the GSAS Facebook page to see many more.

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PhD graduates line up in Lerner Hall.

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Family time before the PhD ceremony.

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PhD candidates take their seats for the ceremony.

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Devon T. Wade’s PhD in Sociology is awarded posthumously and received by his brother, Stevon Wade, and mother, Suzanne Wade.

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Yelena Zhuravlev, a graduate of the PhD program in Genetics and Development, delivers the candidate’s remarks.

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Dean Carlos J. Alonso greets Ashley Greer, PhD candidate in Applied Behavioral Analysis, and her son.

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PhD candidates return to their seats after the presentation of the graduates.

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Faculty applaud the doctoral graduates as they leave the ceremony.

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MA candidates process to the ceremony.

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MA graduates take their seats.

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A pre-ceremony selfie.

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A round of applause for the mothers in the audience.

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David B. Madigan, Executive Vice President for Arts and Sciences, delivers the keynote address to the MA graduates.

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Jonah Ortiz, MA candidate in Political Science, addresses the Class of 2018.

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Dean Alonso greets Jacqueline Altamirano Marin, MA candidate in Human Rights Studies, as her name is read.