White Coat Ceremony Held for Class of 2017

November 2013
KDA Today;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p25
The article focuses on the move of the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry to welcome several new students into the dental profession with the presentation of the traditional doctors white coat at a ceremony held at the campus' Memorial Hall. It notes that the event was sponsored by the College of Dentistry Alumni Association and the American College of Dentistry. The list of students belonging to the College of Dentistry's class of 2017 is provided.


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