Mylan School of Pharmacy Hosts Graduation

Duquesne University Times

Nearly 200 students received their degrees at the annual Mylan School of Pharmacy Spring Commencement ceremony on May 23.

The Rev. Sean M. Hogan, C.S.Sp., executive vice president for student life, conferred the degrees upon the students at the ceremony.

Alumnus Dr. John R. Reynolds, interim vice provost for undergraduate education and professor of pharmacy at Northeastern University, gave the Commencement address. Reynolds earned his doctor of pharmacy from Duquesne in 1983, and was the 2011 recipient of the School of Pharmacy Distinguished Alumnus Award.

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