PHOTO GALLERY: MU College of Human Environmental Sciences holds commencement ceremonies
Friday, December 16, 2011 | 7:14 p.m. CST
Brandon Gross embraces one of his professors at the College of Human Environmental Sciences commencement ceremony on Friday. Gross graduated with a degree in personal finance planning.
COLUMBIA — Graduates of MU's College of Human Environmental Sciences received their diplomas during December commencement on Friday in Jesse Auditorium. Approximately 140 students in fields such as personal financial planning and textile and apparel management graduated from the college during the ceremony.
Jennifer Hoernig receives her diploma from professor Ruth Tofle at the College of Human Environmental Sciences commencement on Friday. Hoernig graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in social work.
Students file down stairs in Jesse Hall at the commencement ceremony for the College of Human Environmental Sciences on Friday in Jesse Auditorium. Approximately 140 students received their degrees at commencement.
Brianna Brandon (left) checks her graduation cap while Paulina Lightfoot (right) helps pin down Samantha Cavallaro's (center) at their commencement ceremony for the College of Human Environmental Sciences on Friday in Jesse Auditorium. The three graduated with degrees in textile and apparel management.
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