Doctoral graduates in the School of Pharmacy celebrate the conclusion of Kansas University’s 140th commencement on Sunday at Memorial Stadium. Front row from left are Candace Combs, Heather Schrant, Kelsey Lackey, Lindsey Fisher and Emily Littrell.
A sign thanks Mom and Dad for their support at commencement on Sunday, which was also Mother’s Day.
Patrick Green, Lawrence, left, gets a kiss from his father, Tracy, before commencement.
KU basketball players Conner Teahan, left, and Tyshawn Taylor join another group of graduates for a photo before commencement. In the middle, from left, are Elizabeth Miller, Sarah Dechant, Brooke Carnie and Molly Martin.
A Mother’s Day thanks to both parents decorates a graduating senior’s cap.
KU women's basketball players Aishah Sutherland, left, and Angel Goodrich participated in Sunday's 140th-annual KU commencement at Memorial Stadium. Goodrich graduated but will have another year of eligibility because she red-shirted one season.
From left, KU basketball senior Jordan Juenemann, coach Bill Self, and players Tyshawn Taylor and Conner Teahan gather for a photograph before Sunday's KU commencement at Memorial Stadium.
Graduates pass by family and friends as they walk down the hill at Sunday’s 140th KU commencement.
The School of Medicine, at top, is drenched in Champagne and sparkling wine during the conferring of degrees at KU’s 140th commencement ceremony in Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
Kansas University alumnus Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Co., gave the keynote address at Sunday’s 140th annual commencement. Mulally also was honored with an honorary degree, a Doctor in Science.
Peter Ciurej, Omaha, Neb., zips through campus on a motorized cooler before Sunday’s KU commencement.
Susan Todd, Seneca, left, and Nicole Sambol, Kansas City, stand in the Chi Omega fountain before the walk down Campanile Hill.
KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little and Doctor of Arts honorary degree recipient Kirke Lewis Mechem participate in Sunday’s 140th KU commencement at Memorial Stadium. Another honorary degree recipient and KU alumnus, Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Co., gave the keynote address. Gray-Little gave a farewell address.
Josh Burdett, Midland, Texas, carries Kristin Thomsen, Overland Park, into the stadium.
A graduate mimics the 1912 Jayhawk mascot at Sunday’s 140th Kansas University commencement at Memorial Stadium.
Graduates and faculty members make their way down the hill and into Memorial Stadium as part of the commencement ceremony. KU alumnus Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Co., gave the keynote address and was awarded an honorary doctorate.