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5/22/04

TTUHSC Graduation Day

Hundreds of new graduates will soon be looking for jobs that will help you feel better.

Students from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's five schools graduated Saturday.

The schools include: Allied Health Sciences, Nursing, Pharmacy, Medicine, and Biomedical Sciences.

The commencement speaker was United Health Group's Dr. Reed Tuckson. This was President Dr. Roy Wilson's first time to preside over a Tech graduation since becoming president of the Health Sciences Center.

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