Gallery of Graduates

Rob Collins is a gifted artist whose passion for helping people is even stronger.
Though Rob Collins has a strong passion for art, his passion for helping others is even stronger — he plans to train to become a firefighter.

Helping others is most important for Collins

The advertising design major from the School of Art plans to pursue a career as a firefighter after today’s Commencement.

Moyano strives to understand, interpret context

The Buenos Aires, Argentina, native successfully negotiates balance restrictions to create environments that are both functional & stirring.

Degree is ‘family affair’ for U. College’s Agnew

A single mother, she began seriously taking courses through University College in 1998, the same year her daughter started kindergarten

Cohen poised to blaze a trail in plastic surgery

“Michael is one the best medical students we’ve worked with,” says Thomas H.H. Tung, M.D., assistant professor of surgery.

Grosland is ‘as unassuming as her talent is conspicuous’

The visual communications major has emerged as an outstanding performer, starring as Laura in The Glass Menagerie, among many other roles.

Sullivan inspires, motivates others to action

Her passions include community activism & service; she founded St. Louis Project Democracy and was involved in numerous other projects.

‘Amazing’ Byron embraces University opportunities

His slate of responsibilities has been jammed; “I’ve lived life so that now I have the opportunity to give something back,” he says.

Backus: Passionate about empowering diverse populations

She did a practicum as an adviser with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Regional Office in Thailand.

Ebreck’s journey of compassion leads to law degree

“I left St. Louis still thinking I would use law in a different career and came back from South Africa wanting to practice law,” she says.

Carrero relishes the discovery aspect of science

Working with Emil Unanue, one of the world’s masters of pathology and immunology, helped him become captivated by the field.

John Woock was named both an NCAA College Football National Scholar-Athlete and an ESPN The Magazine First-Team Academic All-American.

Woock is all-American in the classroom, on the field

The 2004 First-Team Academic All-American will pursue a doctorate in biomedical engineering this fall at Duke University.

Hunt tackles chemistry & religion to find out ‘why?’

In addition to her unique double major, she won a volleyball national championship in her junior year and captained the team her senior season.