1. A graduating student is helped with her Convocation garb outside Radio City Music Hall just prior to the Convocation ceremony.
Two graduates happily pose before receiving their degrees.
Students gather together to celebrate and to share their memories before receiving their degrees.
Getting ready to march! Students line up for the Graduate Convocation ceremony.
Students from across the country and around the world will receive their degrees today!
All dressed up with someplace VERY important to go—the start of the Convocation ceremony is just minutes away!
Former ABC News White House Correspondent Ann Compton, who served as the Graduate Convocation speaker, poses with Jeremy Reese, the student speaker, and NYUSPS Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo.
NYUSPS Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism Associate Dean Nicolas Graf, NYUSPS Schack Institute of Real Estate Associate Dean Sam Chandan, Convocation Speaker Ann Compton, Tisch Institute for Global Sport Associate Dean Vince Gennaro, Graduate Convocation Student Speaker Jeremy Reese, NYUSPS Division of Programs in Business Associate Dean Martin Ihrig, NYUSPS Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo, NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies Associate Dean Billie Gastic, and NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs Divisional Dean Vera Jelinek, pose prior to the Convocation ceremony.
Convocation Speaker Ann Compton, Student Speaker Jeremy Reese, NYUSPS Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo, and NYU President Andrew Hamilton are ready to begin the Convocation ceremony.
Flagbearers lead the student procession, representing their divisions proudly.
The NYU Pipes and Drums generate enthusiasm in the crowd and announce the academic procession.
As always, members of NYU Pipes and Drums draw upon time-honored melodies to begin the ceremonies.
It’s a full house at Radio City Music Hall!
Everyone stands for “The Star-Spangled Banner,” sung by Katie Dobosz, an alumna of the Center for Global Affairs.
NYUSPS Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo welcomes the graduates and their families.
NYUSPS Dean’s Scholars are recognized for their hard work and service to others throughout the year.
NYUSPS Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo welcomes NYU President Andrew Hamilton as members of the platform party look on.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton addresses graduates, applauding them for their perseverance.
In her remarks, Convocation Speaker Ann Compton urges students to “be the leaders this nation needs and deserves.”
Jeremy Reese, the student speaker, delivers a heartfelt address about overcoming adversity and embracing diversity.
Dean Di Lorenzo advises students to be tolerant in their personal and professional lives
A new graduate waves to the audience.
New graduates cheer as balloons drop at the end of the Convocation ceremony.