Sunday, September 14, 2008

White Coat Ceremony






On August 14 we celebrated the start to a lifetime of medical service at the CU Medical School campus with Brent's white coat ceremony. It's almost like a graduation, in that all the students get to march across stage and receive their white coat and stethescope, and there are speakers and whatnot, but they haven't quite done anything except for get into med. school yet! I was incredibly impressed by the resumes of Brent's classmates. There are lots of IV league grads, people who have a master's or PhD, and students who had accomplished amazing feats all over the world. I was so proud knowing that my baby was counted among them!

5 comments:

Anne said...

Brenna--I love your blog, and I am so impressed with Brent (as always)..I heard he was #1 even at BYU! How is your school coming along? You are VERY impressive yourself. Your first theater play this year is?? I have a great bunch of kids this year again..school is enjoyable. Good Luck! (PS-- I LOVE that photo of you two on top..)

Brian and Carly said...

Too cool! What a perfect white coat fit!!!!

Melinda said...

Getting INTO med school is almost as good a feat as FINISHING med school, so that's a good thing they get their coats and stethoscopes at the beginning :-) Does Brent know what branch of medicine he'd like to go into yet?

Tim said...

It looks like a dinner jacket, but he's still a cutie.

Melissa said...

He's on his way! We're so proud!