The Graduate School held two Ph.D. Hooding Ceremonies on May 7 at Duke Chapel to celebrate its 2021-2022 doctoral graduates. In all, 245 Ph.D. graduates participated in the ceremonies, joined by more than 1,100 guests, faculty, and staff.
During the hooding ceremony for Ph.D. graduates in the humanities and social sciences, The Graduate School also honored Tomiko Brown-Nagin (A.M.'93, Ph.D.'02 History), the 2022 receipient of the school's Distinguished Alumni Award.
For the 201-2022 academic year, 414 students received their Ph.D.s and 549 earned their master's degrees from The Graduate School.
Note: This is a selection of photos from the hooding ceremonies. Graduates will receive a link soon to view and download the hooding images, including pictures of each individual's hooding.
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Ph.D. Ceremony for Humanities and Social Sciences
Ph.D. Ceremony for Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Engineering