First BPHM Graduates to Walk the Lawn with BIS graduates

Congratulations to the graduates and their families

By Jane Paluda | May 15, 2018

The School’s Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Sciences Management (BPHM) will see its first graduates walk the Lawn on Sunday, May 20, during the University’s Final Exercises.  The degree program, which launched in 2015, will graduate four students.

These BPHM graduates will join 62 fellow graduates from the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) at the School’s Diploma Ceremony following Final Exercises. Diplomas will be awarded by SCPS Interim Dean Steve Laymon, accompanied by BIS Program Director Stephen Levine and BPHM Program Director Ana Abad-Jorge.

Among the graduates is Charlottesville resident and BIS graduate Amanda Downing, who was recently featured in UVAToday

Jackie Maier, a BPHM graduate, was recently profiled in the School’s spring Columns newsletter. 

Congratulations to the graduates and their families.