White coats in effect (Physician Assistant photo gallery)

Share or print this article
Students reading from a program.
Students graduating from UM-Flint's Physician Assistant program were welcomed into the profession during a special ceremony, April 26.

The University of Michigan-Flint's Physician Assistant program celebrated the graduation of its second cohort, April 26. Forty-five graduates received long white coats to welcome them into the profession at a convocation in the UM-Flint Theatre. The 28-month program includes 16 months of didactic curriculum, including professional development and public health, and 11 months of clinical rotations in eight specialties with additional elective rotations. The cohort also attended the April 27 College of Health Sciences commencement ceremony at Riverfront Conference Center. Photos by Jake Cessna, Office of Marketing and Communications.

  • Students in their white lab coats laughing during the ceremony.

Logan McGrady is the marketing & digital communication manager for the Office of Marketing and Communication.