Students of the Class of 2021 at the Tulane University School of Medicine received their Doctor of Medicine and PhD degrees among family and friends at an in-person Commencement ceremony hosted at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on Saturday, May 22. Dr. Rachel Levine, assistant secretary for health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, was the keynote speaker at the ceremony and delivered her remarks virtually to the graduates and audience.
The School of Medicine ceremony was the last of Tulane’s in-person individual school Commencement ceremonies. Nine ceremonies for the other schools within Tulane were held from May 19-21 in Yulman Stadium. A virtual Unified University Commencement, which featured civil rights icon Ruby Bridges as the keynote speaker, was also held on Saturday, May 22.
(All photos are by Rusty Constanza)