A.T. Still University College of Osteopathic Medicine held their commencement on Saturday.
The graduation was held on Truman State University's campus in Baldwin Hall, as 176 students graduated with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. The graduating class consisted of 108 men, 68 women, students from 30 states and 7 countries represented.
The commencement speaker was Dr. J.D. Polk, he's a 1993 graduate of ATSU.
He currently serves as Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health Affairs and Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the Department of Homeland Security.
In his speech he addressed the importance of embracing change and being passionate and holistic in the students' pursuits in medicine.
Congratulations to ATSU's class of 2013!