2019 December Graduates and Holiday Luncheon

Graduates, Faculty & Staff of the Biology Department
Graduates, Faculty & Staff of the Biology Department

On December 12, 2019, the School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences and friends gathered for its 2019 December Graduates & Holiday Luncheon. This year, the School celebrated reaching new heights during the 2018-2019 academic year in its number of graduates and enrolled majors, as well as major accomplishments of its students and faculty. Since 2013, undergraduate enrollment has increased by 32% while graduate enrollment has nearly doubled, and with 98 graduates for the academic year, SCMNS granted the most degrees in the past 13 years. Student and faculty participation in research is also growing. In 2019, more than 100 students presented research at academic conferences, and 35 faculty member submitted 65 proposals with a total budget request of $66 million. Congratulations and thank you to all the hard working faculty and students who made this possible!

Click here for more photos of the event, thanks to the generous services of Prof. Charlita Woodruff-White.

Rev. Dr. Bernard Keels
Rev. Dr. Bernard Keels

Provost Lesia Crumpton-Young
Provost Lesia Crumpton Young

Dr. Hongtao Yu, Dr. Darryl Peterkin & Dr. Lisa Brown with graduating honors student
Dr. Hongtao Yu, Dr. Darryl Peterkin & Dr. Lisa Brown with graduating honors student

Faculty of the Computer Science Department
Faculty of the Computer Science Department

Graduates, Faculty & Staff of the Mathematics Department
Graduates, Faculty & Staff of the Mathematics Department

Dr. Hongtao Yu, Dr. Shirley Russell & Dr. Antony Kinyua
Dr. Hongtao Yu, Dr. Shirley Russell & Dr. Antony Kinyua