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School of Medicine commencement


School of Medicine graduates pose for a group photo prior to commencement ceremonies
School of Medicine graduates pose for a group photo prior to commencement ceremonies
Eleven Loma Linda University School of Medicine students received master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees during commencement ceremonies held on Sunday, May 25.
Eleven Loma Linda University School of Medicine students received master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees during commencement ceremonies held on Sunday, May 25.
Dean of the School of Medicine H. Roger Hadley, MD, welcomes attendees to the 2008 commencement services.
Dean of the School of Medicine H. Roger Hadley, MD, welcomes attendees to the 2008 commencement services.
Raymond E. Ryckman, PhD (left), emeritus professor of biochemistry and microbiology, ac�cepts the Distinguished University Service Award from Richard H. Hart, MD, DrPH, LLU president.
Raymond E. Ryckman, PhD (left), emeritus professor of biochemistry and microbiology, ac­cepts the Distinguished University Service Award from Richard H. Hart, MD, DrPH, LLU president.
Monique S. Nugent, class of 2008 president, addresses class members and congratulates them on their achievements as new physicians.
Monique S. Nugent, class of 2008 president, addresses class members and congratulates them on their achievements as new physicians.
Karen and Jonathan Zirkle accept the University Alum�nus of the Year Award on behalf of their late father, Thomas J. Zirkle, MD, associate professor of surgery.
Karen and Jonathan Zirkle accept the University Alum­nus of the Year Award on behalf of their late father, Thomas J. Zirkle, MD, associate professor of surgery.
Accepting the University Distinguished Humanitarian Award via video presentation are Weldon D. and Joan Schumacher. Dr. and Mrs. Schumacher, residents of Lodi, California, were unable accept the award in person.
Accepting the University Distinguished Humanitarian Award via video presentation are Weldon D. and Joan Schumacher. Dr. and Mrs. Schumacher, residents of Lodi, California, were unable accept the award in person.
Robert J. Marckini (right), former Proton Treatment Center patient, receives special recognition for his work as a cancer advocate from President Hart.
Robert J. Marckini (right), former Proton Treatment Center patient, receives special recognition for his work as a cancer advocate from President Hart.
James M. Slater, MD, professor of radiation medicine, presents the commencement address, �First, Seek the Wisdom of God,� to graduating students. Dr. Slater founded the Proton Treatment Center at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
James M. Slater, MD, professor of radiation medicine, presents the commencement address, “First, Seek the Wisdom of God,” to graduating students. Dr. Slater founded the Proton Treatment Center at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
Graduates listen to the commement address.
Graduates listen to the commement address.
New graduates Kristen Hughes and her husband, Robert Hughes, celebrate following receiving their diplomas.
New graduates Kristen Hughes and her husband, Robert Hughes, celebrate following receiving their diplomas.

TODAY news for Thursday, June 9, 2008