Celebrating Graduation

The eight graduates in the Class of 2023 for the Master of Genetic Counselor Studies program pose with program director Laura Birkeland.
Happy Xiong, a master of public health graduate and a member of Wisconsin’s Hmong community, is drawn to a view of public health that emphasizes cultural relevance. He’ll begin work on a medical degree at UW this fall. Photo: Althea Dotzour/University Communications
All smiles for a selfie after the conclusion of the MD Graduate Recognition Ceremony. (photo: Todd Brown, Media Solutions)
Group shot outside individuals sin white coats smiling and flashing the wisconsin w at the camera
The Master of Physician Assistant graduating Class of 2023 poses for a class photo on the steps of the Health Sciences Learning Center. Photo: Michelle Ostmoe

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The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is committed to accessibility. If you need an accommodation to attend or participate in the MD Program Graduate Recognition Ceremony Event, please contact the SMPH signature events team at smphevents@med.wisc.edu. We ask that accommodation requests be made no less than two weeks before an event. We will make a thorough attempt to fulfill requests made after this date but cannot guarantee they will be met.