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2 President's Message 

3 Message from Alumni 
Programs 

4 Message from the Senior 
Council 

5 Order of Commencement 

6 Schedule of Events 

7 Campus Map 

8 The University of 
Maryland 

13 Graduating Student 
Speaker 
Raymond Peters 



Commencement Speaker 14 
Leonard J. Elmore '78 

August Graduate Degrees 15 

August Undergraduate 

Degrees 24 

Candidates for December 

Graduate Degrees 30 

Candidates for December 

Undergraduate Degrees 50 

Scholarship Honors 66 

Student Marshals 68 

Officials 69 



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President's 

Message 

to the 

Graduates 




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ongratulations on the successful completion of your studies! It 
has been a pleasure and a privilege to have you as a student at 
the University of Maryland. 



As you take formal leave of your university, my colleagues and I would like 
you to know how much we value the outstanding contributions you have 
made in so many different areas. The laurels you have won in scholarship 
and in arhstic performance, in athletics, and as young leaders have added 
luster to this venerable institution. 

On our part, we have endeavored to provide you with the best possible 
environment for nurturing your special interests and talents, and for 
developing the broad intellectual and cultural perspectives you will need to 
compete successfully in the professional world. We are corxfident that your 
University of Maryland education will prove to be well worth the time and 

effort you invested in it, and that your experience here, both Inside and outside of the classroom, will serve you 

well in the years to come. 

We hope that you wUl cherish the friendships you made here, and that the University of Maryland, College 
Park, wUl always evoke the happiest of memories for you. Please continue to support this institution and its 
destiny as the flagship uni\'ersity' of Maryland. Although you wiU be leaving this campus to explore new vistas 
and fresh challenges, we hope that you will visit often and that you will always remain connected in spirit to 
your alma mater. 

Good luck and Godspeed to each and every one of you! 

Sincerely yours. 



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William E. Kirwan 
President 



Congratulations on achieving this milestone in your educational 
pursuit. On behalf of the University of Maryland Alumni 
Association, I would like to add our very best wishes to those you 
have received from your faculty and other university friends. As 
President Kirwan has told so many recent alumni, you'll always be a part of 
us, and we hope you'll keep in touch. 

Your commencement ceremony today includes a special tradition. You will be 
officially inducted as a member of the University of Maryland Alumni 
Association by this year's association president, Kathy Rosenberger. Our gift 
to you on this special day is a six-month complimentary membership in the 
alumni associahon. In the next few weeks, you will receive your membership 
card and more information on the list of benefits and services you receive by 
virtue of your membership. 



Wherever your plans take you following graduation, you'll find Maryland friends and professional contacts by 
staying involved in alumni activities. There are more than 30 academic, regional and special interest groups — 
including our newest, the Young Alumni Club, which you may find to be of particular interest. And, of course, 
attending Maryland athletic events is always a great way to get together with fellow grads. Regardless of how 
you choose to stay involved, our purpose remains the same: to respond to the needs and interests of all alumni, 
and to support your continued interest in and loyalty to the University of Maryland. 

Again, best wishes for all the challenges and triumphs that lie ahead. 




Message 
From 
Alumni 
Programs 



Sincerely, 

^^Or^ VckttiAAiJV^ 

Jocin Patterson '66 

Executive Director, Alumni Programs 



Message 

From 

the Senior 

Council 



* August and December graduates combined 



Today you complete the journey 
that was undertaken several 
years ago, arriving proudly at 
the threshold of a new life. 
When you look back, can you see how 
this journey has changed you? As you sit 
here today, what events stand out in your 
mind as experiences that showed you 
which path to tra\'el? 

We have each followed a unique path but 
have reached a common destination. As 
seniors, it is easier to list the ways in 
which we are different from each other 
than the ways in which we are bound 
together. 



We are accustomed to describing students in groups — commuters, residents; members of ethnic, religious, or 
professional organizations; students in particular departments and colleges. These differences should be admired 
and respected as should the many qualities we share. 

From this point, you can reflect on past journeys. Remember what you learned along the way about who you are 
and what you are capable of achieving. 

Know that your time spent at the University of Maryland will help you arrive at your next destination. Finally, 
always consider our campus to be another home, a stop on your life's journey to which you can always return. 

Congratulations! 




Ion I-gvAxdLnjL. 

Jen Landry 

Senior Council Member 



The Winter Graduates* 






Applicants for degrees 


Most popular master's degrees 




Total Doctoral Degrees: 490 


1. M.B.A. 


95 


Total Master 's Degrees: 1,250 


2. M.S., Mechanical Engineering 


55 


Total Bachelor's Degrees; 3,137 


3. M.Ed., Counseling and Personnel 






Services 


43 


Five most popular undergraduate 






majors of degree applicants 


Top colleges with the most 




1. Criminology and Criminal Justice 189 


d^ree applicants 




2. Government and Politics 165 


1. Behavioral and Social Sciences 


737 


3. Computer Science 160 


2. Arts and Humanities 


536 


4. English Language and Literature 150 


3. Business and Management 


526 


5. Accounting 146 


4. Life Sciences 


326 




5. Engineering 


275 



Order of Commencement 

December 21, 1997 Cole Student Activities Building, 1:00 p.m. 



Presiding 

Dr. William E. Kirwan 
President, University' of Maryland 
College Park 

Master of Ceremonies 

Mr. Nick Kovalakides 
Visitor Services 

Processional 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
Mr. John E. Wakefield, conductor 

Musical Selection 

"Bugler's Holiday" 

Mr. Leroy Anderson, composer 

Invocation 

The Reverend Kim Capps 
Chaplain, United Methodist Ministry 

The National Anthem 

Led by Ms. Regina McCormell, soprano 

Greetings 

Dr. Donald N. Langenberg 

Chancellor 

Uruversity System of Maryland 

Ms. Louise Michaux Gonzales 

Member 

University System of Maryland 

Board of Regents 



Senior Class Gift Presentation 

Senior Council 

Remarks to the Graduates 

Mr. Raymond Peters 
Graduating Senior 

Musical Selection 

"At the River" from Old American Songs 
Mr. Aaron Copland, composer 
Sung by Ms. McCormell, soprano 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
Mr. Wakefield, conductor 

Address 

Mr. Leonard J. Elmore '78 

Conferring of President's Citation 

Dr. Kirwan 

University of Maryland Alumni 
Association Induction 

Dr. Kathleen Rosenberger, Ph.D. '81 

Message to the Graduates 

Dr. Kirwan 

Conferring of Doctoral, 
Master's and Bachelor's Degrees 

Dr. Kirwan 

Presentation of Colleges and Schools 

Deans 



Benediction 

Reverend Capps 

Recessional 

Symphorvic Wind Ensemble 



Alma Mater 

Hail! Alma Mater 

Hail to thee, Maryland! 

Steadfast in loyalty; 

For thee, we stand. 

Love for the Black and Gold 

Deep in our hearts we hold. 

Singing thy praise forever. 

Throughout the land. 



Floor Seating Arrangement 




for Graduates in Cole Student Activities Building 






STAGE nil 






Marshals 


Marshals 






Faculty 


Faculty 






Arts and Humanities 


Undergraduate Studies 






Business and Management 


Agriculture 






Human Ecology 


Life Sciences 






Journalism 


Engineering 






Education 


Architecture 






HeaKh and Human 


CMPS 






Performance 


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Schedule of Events 




Individual graduation exercises for colleges and schools will be held at 
various campus locations on Sunday and one ceremony will take place on 
Saturday evening. Guests are urged to be seated approximately one half- 
hour prior to the designated time for the ceremonies if they wish to 
observe the student and faculty processional. 

Graduates, their families and friends are cordially invited and encouraged to 
join with university officials and members of the facult}' at the reception to be 
held in the Grand Ballroom of Stamp Student Union following the campus- 
wide commencement. 

Shuttle bus service will provide free transportation across the campus 
throughout the day. 



Campus-wide Commenceinent 

1:00 p.m. Cole Student Activities Bldg. 

AgricuKure and Natural Resources 
Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. University of Maryland 

University College Auditorium 

Arcliitecture Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Architecture Auditorium 

Arts and Humanities Graduation Ceremonies 

3:30 p.m. Art History: Art/Sociology Bldg., 

Room 2309 
9:30 a.m. Art Stiidio: Art/Sociology Bldg., 

Room 2203 
3:00 p.m. Comparative Literature — Dance — 

English — Theatre — Women's Studies: 

Tawes Theatre 
3:30 p.m. Foreign Languages — Classics — 

Linguistics: Tydings Hall, 

Room 0130 
3:30 p.m. History — Jewisi 



Area Studies: Skiimer Bldg., 

Room 0200 
3:30 p.m. Philosophy: Skinner Bldg., 

Room 1125 
3:30 p.m. Speech Communication: Francis Scott 

Key Hall, Room 0106 

Beliavioral and Social Sciences 
Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Reckord Armory 

Business and Management 
Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Cole Student Activities Bldg, 

Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences 
Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Memorial Chapel 

Education Graduation Ceremony 

5:00 p.m. Tawes Theatre 

A. James Clark School of Engineering 
Graduation Ceremony 



4:00 p.m. Ritchie Coliseum 

Health and Human Performance 
Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Health and Human Performance 
Auditorium 

Individual Studies Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Anne Arundel Hall 

Journalism Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Hoff Theatre 

Library and Information Services 
Graduation Ceremony 

4:00 p.m. Zoology-Psychology 
Bldg., Room 1240 



December 20, 1997 

Life Sciences Graduation Ceremony 

6:30 p.m. Memorial Chapel 



Campus Map 




B Represents Metered Parking 
Bl Represents Building 



Paint Branch Drive 



The University of 
Maryland 

THE COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 

The flagship of Maryland's ll-institution system of 
liigher learning, the University of Maryland, 
College Park, is the most comprehensive institution 
of higher education, research and service in the 
state. The university offers 100 undergraduate 
majors, 88 master's programs, and 69 doctoral 
programs in 13 schools and colleges. 

The university is one of only 30 public research 
universities that are members of the prestigious 58- 
member Association of American Universities and 
the only public institution in the Maryland-D.C. 
area with membership in the nation's most 
distinguished honor society, Phi Beta Kappa. It is 
classified as a Research-1 university by the Carnegie 
Foundation by virtue of the range of its 
baccalaureate programs, the amount of federal 
support received, and the number of doctoral 
degrees awarded each year, sharing that honor with 
the top research universities in the country. 



1 1997 students at a glance: 




Total enrollment: 


32,711 


Graduate Students: 


8,257 


Full-time: 


4,296 


Part-time: 


3,961 


Undergraduates: 


24,454 


Full-time: 


21,224 


Part-time: 


3,230 


Average age: 


24.3 


States represented: 


50 


Coimtries represented: 


144 


Minorities: 


32% 



Among public universities in the Association of 
American Universities, the University of Maryland 
ranks among the top in the percentage of African- 
American undergraduate students. In addition, the 
university has the largest number of African- 
American and other minority faculty members 
among its peers. 

HISTORY 

The University of Maryland was founded in 1807 in 

Baltimore as a 

faculty-owned 

College of Medicine. 

The medical school 

was considered one 

of the top schools in 

the country, attracting 

notable professors 

and lecturers from 

throughout the 

world. In its 

beginning, tuition 

cost $140, grades 

were sent home 

weekly to parents, 

and students could obtain room and board for $300 

annually. 

Five years later, the growing institution was 
renamed the University of Maryland. Despite the 
name, the university was not considered a state 
institution as it was still owned and operated by 
faculty. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, the 
first dental school in the world, became a part of the 
university in 1840, awarding the first Doctor of 
Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) degree in 1841. 

In 1859, the Maryland Agricultural College, which 
would evolve into the University of Maryland, 
College Park, was opened under a charter secured 
by a group of Maryland planters in 1856. In 
addition to spending one hour each day hoeing or 




plowing on the college farm, students took a 
broad range of courses in ancient and modem 
languages, natural sciences, English and 
mathematics. After a disastrous fire on campus in 
1912, the state acquired the college and rebuilt it. 

In 1920, the state legislature combined the 
College Park institution with the professional 
schools in Baltimore to form an expanded 
Universit)' of Mar\'land. The entity eventually 
grew to include campuses in Baltimore Count\-, 
the Eastern Shore and University College, a 
continuing education institution. 

The following decades saw the increasing 
growth of student population, excellence in 
programs and curricula, and the burgeoning of 
the University of Maryland, College Park, into a 
nationally recognized research institution. 

July 1, 1988, marked the dawn of a new era in 
higher education in the state of Marvland, as the 
five components of the university were merged 
with sb< other state universities and colleges to 
form the University of Man'land System, and 
College Park secured its flagship status with a 
mandate to become one of the pre-eminent 
research universities in the nation. 

RESEARCH 

The lu'uque role of American research universities 
in advancing science and technology has kept the 
United States in the forefront of innovation and 
product development. Research dollars from 
federal and state agencies, corporations and 
foundations fuel much of the basic and applied 
research activity of the Uni\ ersity of Maryland's 
faculty eind graduate students. 

The university has unique facilities, research 
centers and institutes that attract new research 



UNIVERSmr HIGHLIGHTS 

•Fifty percent of this year's freshman class has a high 
school grade point average of 3.5 or above. 

•ARCO's book, Imj League Programs at State School 
Prices, rated the University Honors Program 
among the nine best in the nation. 

»U.S. Nnvs ntid World Report rated Maryland's 

business, education and engineering programs in 
the top 25 among all public and private 
institutions. 

•Last year, faculty researchers at the University of 
Maryland, College Park, were awarded more 
than $155 million in competitively funded 
research and development awards. 

• No other university in the Mid-Atlantic region has 
more top 20 graduate programs in computer, 
mathematical, physical sciences and engineering 
disciplines than Maryland, according to a recent 
analysis by the National Research Council. 



projects and funding, as well as provide 
expanded knowledge in business, science and 
technology. The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering houses the Glenn L. Martin Wind 
Tunnel — the most advanced aerodynamic 
testing facility of its kind on any imiversity 
campus — and the Neutral Buoyancy Facility, 
which simulates weightlessness for space 
research, the only such facility on a university 
campus. Other specialized facilities include: 
Computer Vision Laboratory 
Bioprocess-scale up Laboratory 
Laboratory for Ion Beam Research 

and Application 
Superconductivity Research Center 
Laboratory for Plasma and Fusion Studies 
Psycholinguistics Laboratory 
Computer-assisted cartographic laboratories 
Developmental Psychology Laboratory 
Center on Aging 



SERVICE 

Programs of pubUc service are central to the 
overall mission of the university. This philosophy 
is reflected in the wide array of programs and 
initiatives that benefit the state's business, 
agriculture and education communities. 

With more than 900 high technology firms in the 
tri-county area of Montgomery, Prince George's 
and Frederick, the university has found abundant 
opportunity to extend its business and 
technology outreach programs to the region. 
Many of these programs are part of the 
Engineering Research Center, which operates the 
Technology Extension Service, the Technology 
Advancement Program, and Maryland Industrial 
Partnerships, all programs designed to provide 
Maryland entrepreneurs and small businesses 
with research facilities, technical assistance, 
administrative support, and access to technology 
that will advance their economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has formed 
partnerships with major corporations, including 
Martin Marietta, Westinghouse, BFGoodrich, 
Hughes Aircraft and Dupont, to apply advanced 
systems research to solving industry problems in 
the fields of communications, manufacturing, 
controls and robotics. 

The Center for Renaissance and Baroque 
Studies works in conjunction with Maryland's 
high schools in using theater to explore 
personal and social issues relevant to today's 
scKiety. Team Maryland also works with area 
public schools by having student athletes serve 
as mentors to young students. Each semester 
student athletes act as role models, reaching out 
to some 15,000 students annually. 




The University of Maryland, 

College Park, features a 

diversity of cxiltxiral and 

recreational activities. Four art 

galleries, more than 200 

annual musical performances, 

and countless dance and 

theater productions expose 

audiences to the broadest 

range of programs in the arts 

And intercollegiate, club or 

intramural sports provide 

students of all levels an opportunity to 

participate as spectators or athletes. 

THE LIBRARIES 

The seven libraries at the university' constitute 
the largest vmiversity research libran,' system in 
the Washington metropolitan area, providing 
vital resources to researchers, visiting scholars, 
and businesses throughout the region. The 
libraries' holdings include over 2.5 million 
volumes, 27,136 journal subscriptions and 
nearlv 5.1 million microform items. College 
Park Libraries also offer several nationally and 
internationally recognized special collections 
such as the International Piano Archives at 
Maryland, the National Trust for Historical 
Preservation Library Collection, the Katherine 
Anne Porter papers, the National Public 
Broadcasting Archives and the Gordon W. 
Prange Collection. 

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

With alumni clubs from Miami to Taipei, 
Taiwan, the Alumni Association stTi\'es to keep 
and strengthen ties between the university and 
its graduates. Member events such as pre-game 
parties, bull roasts, picnics, golf tournaments. 



dinner cruises and subscriptions to 
College Park magazine and the 
biannual Maryland Alumni 
supplement help keep alumni 
connected to the university and to 
each other. All graduating seniors 
and successful master's and Ph.D. 
candidates receive a six-month free 
membership in the association. 

THE ALUMNI 



Graduates of the university go on to 
distinguished careers in a variety of fields. 
Chosen from thousands of qualified alumni, an 
inaugural group was inducted into the 
University of Maryland Alumni Association 
Hall of Fame in April, 1995. They included 21 
outstanding individuals who have brought, 
and continue to bring, great honor to their alma 
mater. Their achievements are as varied as their 
lives, but they all have one thing in common: a 
Uni\ersity of Maryland, College Park, diploma. 

Carmen Batthrop, B.A. '71 

World-class soprano and mentor to aspiring 

vocalists 
Harry Clifton "Curiey" Bird, B.S. 08 

Legendary university president for 18 years 
A. James Clarlt, B.S. '50 

Construction magnate and benefactor 
WilliamP.ColeJr., B.S. 10 

Congressman and member of UM Board of 

Regents for 25 years 
fUary Stallings Coleman, B.A. '35 

f irsf woman elected as Chief Justice, Michigan 

Supreme Court 
Geary F. Eppley, B.S. '20, M.S. '26 

Devoted career to university as dean of men and 

athletic director 



Charles F. Fefferman, B.S. '66 

Youngest winner of Field's Medal, mathematics 

highest award 
Herbert A. Hauptman, Ph.D. '55 

Co-recipieiit ofl9S5 Nobel Prize in Chemistry 
Jim Henson, B.A. '60 

Craitor of the beloved Muppets 
Steny H. Hoyer, B.S. '63 

Public servant to Maryland for nearly 30 years 
Carlisle Humelsine, B.A. '37 

Leader of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 
Wilbur Munro Leaf, B.A. '27 

Creator of "Ferdinand the Bull" story 
Samuel J. LeFrak, B.S. '40 

Internationally acclaimed urban planning leader 
Parren Mitchell, MA. '52 

First African-American student and Maryland 

congressman 
Jane Cahill Pfeiffer, B.A. '54 

Firsf woman to head a major network; named 

chair of NBC in 1978 
Judith A. Resnik, PhD '77 

Pioneering astronaut: died tragically in 

CItallenger shuttle disaster 
Chun-Shan Shen, Ph.D. '61 

President of Taiwan's National Tsing-Hiu 

University 
William WooKord Skinner, B.S. 1895 

Nationally prominent agricultural research 

chemist 
Adele H. Stamp, MA. '24 

Dean of Women at Maryland from 1922 to 1960 



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Reginald Van Trump Tniitt, B.S. '14 

Lcmiiug iiatuniiifl and marine biologist; 
pioneered Chesapeake Bay research 
Millard E. Tydings, B.S. 10 

Introdiiifit legislation to create University of 
Maryland in 1920 

The University of Maryland Alumni 
Association Hall of Fame is located In the 
Commuter Lounge of the Stamp Student 
Union. Periodically, the Alumni Association 
will induct other graduates in to the Hall of 
Fame — its highest honor. 

CUSTOMS OF COMMENCEMENT 

Early corrunencement ceremonies at the 
University of Maryland were marked with 
great fanfare and celebration. The faculty gave 
huge banquets for the graduates the night 
before the event. The following morning, 
crowds gathered to watch the young graduates 
parade. It was a gala social occasion, attracting 
not only friends and relatives, but the 
fashionable elite of the day. At the ceremony, 
prayers were recited, speeches were made, and 
honorary degrees were awarded to 
distinguished figures from across the country. 
Finally, as the audience cheered and threw 
flowers, the graduates came forward to collect 
their Latin-inscribed degrees. 

Academic Costume 

The black caps and gowns worn by the 
students and facult\' in the academic procession 
have been the traditional costume of scholars 
since the Middle Ages. The ordinary dress of 
the scholar, whether student or teacher, was 
similar to that of a cleric. Caps and gowns were 
probably worn to keep students warm in 
unheated buildings. Many medieval scholars 




were tonsured, like monks, and hoods served 
to cover their shaved heads until the skull cap 
later took its place. 

Even after the Civil War, most students at 
American universities wore caps and gowns 
daily while in residence. These varied in design 
until they were standardized by the American 
Intercollegiate Commission in 1894. At that 
time it was decided that all robes would be 
black. Colors on the trim of the gown were also 
standardized to indicate the scholar's academic 
discipline. 
A list of department colors follows: 

Agriculture: Maize 

Arts, Letters, Humcinities: White 

Business Administration, 
Corrunercial Science: Drab 

Dentistry: Lilac 

Economics: Copper 

Education: Light Blue 

Engineering: Orange 

Fine Arts, Architecture: Brown 

Forestry: Russet 

Home Economics: Maroon 

Journalism: Crimson 

Law: Purple 

Library Science: Lemon 

Medicine: Green 

Music: Pink 



Nursing: Apricot 

Oratory, Speech: Silver Gray 

Pharmacy: Olive 

Philanthropy: Rose 

Philosophy: Dark Blue 

Public Administration, Foreign 

Service: Peacock Blue 
Public Health: Salmon 
Physical Education: Sage Green 
Science: Golden Yellow 
Social Work: Citron 
Theology and Divinity: Scarlet 
Veterinary Sciences: Gray 

The tassel may also be colored to represent an 
academic discipline or it may be black. 
Officially, the tassel is permitted "to lie where it 
will" on the mortarboard. However, numerous 
institutions have adopted the practice of having 
degree candidates wear the tassel on the right 
front side at the start of the commencement 
ceremony and then shift them to the left side 
after degrees are awarded. 

Student Marshals 

Elected through a nomination process, student 
marshals are senior leaders who play an 
important role in the graduation ceremony. 
Student marshals assist in organizing the 
thousands of graduates, leading them smoothly 
through the commencement procession. They 
also supply extra caps and hoods, and bobby 
pins to keep headwear secure. December 1997 
marshals are listed on page 68 of this booklet. 

Senior Gift 

The senior gift is a university tradihon dating 
back 87 years. The first senior gift, the iron gate 
entrance at the Rossborough Inn, was given by 
the class of 1910. As this year's gift from the 
graduating class, seniors have elected to create 



a commemorative brick courtyard on the west 
side of Memorial Chapel, formed with bricks 
bearing the names of Class of 1997 graduates. 

The purpose of the senior gift is twofold. Each 
year the seruor class leaves behind a 
memorable legacy for new students and 
visitors, and provides the university with a gift 
that enhances the campus atmosphere. 

Past senior gifts have included: the Testudo 
statue (Class of 1933), the lights aroimd the 
"M" in the traffic circle on Campus Drive (Class 
of 1986), and the restoration of the Chapel 
chimes and clock face (Class of 1992). 

ACADEMIC DEGREES 

A degree is awarded for the successful 
completion of a course of study. There are more 
than 1,600 different academic degrees currently 
conferred by colleges and universities 
nationwide. The University of Maryland, 
College Park, offers degrees in 100 
undergraduate majors, 88 master's programs, 
and 69 doctoral programs. 

The Doctor's Degree 

The doctor 's degree represents the most 
advanced earned degree conferred by 
American institutions. There are two distinct 
types: the practitioner's degree and the 
research degree. The first type represents 
advanced training for the practice of various 
professions, principally Doctor of Medicine, 
Juris Doctor, and Doctor of Pharmacy. These 
degrees do not involve the completion of 
original research by the student. The University 
of Maryland, at the professional school in 
Baltimore, awarded the first tn'o dental degrees 



ever on March 9, 1841, and invented the name 
of the degree. Doctor of Dental Surgery 
(D.D.S.). 

The second type is the research doctorate 
representing prolonged periods of advanced 
study. A dissertation which usually accom- 
panies the study is intended to contribute 
substantially to the body of knowledge on the 
subject. The most important of these, the Doc- 
tor of Philosophy, no longer has an implication 
of philosophy for its holder, but represents 
advanced research in any of the major fields of 
knowledge. It was first awarded in the United 
States in 1861 by Yale University. The 
University' of Maryland awarded a Ph.D. for 
the first time in 1920. 

The Master's Degree 

The master's degree is an academic honor 
bestowed upon students who have successfully 
completed work beyond the baccalaureate. A 
thesis and an oral examination are usually 
required. In 1920, the University of Maryland 
awarded its first Master of Arts (M.A.) and 
Master of Science (M.S.) degrees in fields other 
than agriculture. 

The Bachelor's Degree 

The bachelor's degree represents the 
completion of a four-year course of college- 
level study and is the oldest academic degree 
awarded by American institutions of higher 
learning. It was first conferred in America in 
1642 on the first nine graduates of Harvard 
College. Maryland Agricultiu-e College, which 
later became the University of Maryland at 
College Park, awarded its first Bachelor of Arts 
(B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in 1862. 



Honorary Degree 

Each year the University of Maryland awards 
honoreuy degrees to persons approved by a 
campus committee, the provost, the president, 
and the university's Board of Regents. Through 
the bestowal of these degrees, the university 
seeks to recognize outstanding achievement in 
government, business, education, science and 
the arts. In recent years the committee has 
sought to recognize individuals in the greater 
Washington-Baltimore area who have made 
significant contributions to an improved 
quaUty of life in the region. Honorary degrees 
have also been awarded to graduates of College 
Park who have gone on to enjoy notably 
successful careers. Past honorar)' degree 
recipients include Isaac Asimov (1977), Eubie 
Blake (1978), Hillary Rodham Clinton (1996), 
Bill Cosby (1992), Hugh Downs (1988), Ralph 
Ellison (1974), Milton Eisenhower (1958), Jim 
Henson (1978), Hubert H. Humphrey (1965), 
Lyndon Baines Johnson (1963), and Andrew 
Wyeth (1964). 



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Anthropology professor William Taft Stuart, who 
chaired Raymond Peters' honors thesis committee, 
says that today's student speaker is one of the most 
mature young scholars with whom he has ever 
worked. Despite that accolade, in the years before he arrived at 
Maryland as a transfer student in 1995, Peters little thought that the 
letters B.A. or B.S. would ever follow his name. Instead, it seemed 
his future would focus on the three-letter combinations he dealt 
with every day as an airlines baggage handler: ORD, LAX, BWI. 

In 1983, Peters withdrew from North Carolina State University after 

two semesters. Although he had done well in high school, 

university work neither interested nor engaged him. Instead, he 

took full-time employment with Piedmont Airlines, eventually 

moving to Perisacola, Fla., in 1989. It was there, where Peters lived 

five minutes away from the beach, that he decided to take advantage of his job's travel benefits, see the world, 

and "surf as much as possible." 

The year before, Peters had married Patricia Garrett, who began a master's program in psychology at the 
University of West Florida when the couple mo\ed to Pensacola. Prompted by his wife's urging and his own 
interest, Peters took an undergraduate sociology course. Liking the intellectual challenge, he soon branched out 
to psychology and cultural anthropology'. Living in Florida also allowed the couple to spend more time with his 
wife's Vietnamese relatives, many of whom li\ed in Orlando. Increasingly, Peters found that what he was 
learning in the classroom helped him perceive and articulate the contrasts between his American and 
Vietnamese families. 

An extremely organized man, Peters knows serendipity plays a role in individuals' lives. During several trips to 
rural Bali, Indonesia, he got to know local people well. Late one afternoon, while sitting on the front steps of a 
house in the countr)'side, Peters says he realized that the intellectual questions that truly excited him were those 
that asked why people from different cultures behaved differently or had different expectations of each other 
and of life. Anthropology, he believed, would provide the tools for that explorahon. 

After Patricia Garrett Peters finished her master's program and entered the University of Maryland's doctoral 
program in human dex'elopment, Peters di\ided his time between Pensacola and Maryland. He would work 
double shifts two or three days a week in Florida, then head north to attend classes at Montgomery College. 

More than a dozen vears after his abbreviated university experience, Peters enrolled as an anthropology major at 
Maryland. Drawing upon his experiences with his wife's extended family and a trip to Vietnam in 1993, his 
senior thesis focuses on kinship and culture change among resettled Vietnamese. The work has so engaged him 
that he hopes to pursue graduate study. Says Peters, "Life is learning about and from other people." 



Raymond 
Peters 

Graduating 
Student Speaker 



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Leonard J. 
Elmore 78 

Commencement 
Speaker 



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Since his days as a Manland basketball 
powerhouse, Len Elmore has been a generous 
and spirited contributor to his alma mater. In 
his current roles as member of the university's 
Board of Visitors, the University of Maryland 
Foundation Board of Directors and, most recently, as co- 
chair, with his wife, GaU Segal Elmore, of the Bold 
Vision*Bright Future Scholarship Campaign, Elmore 
exemplifies the interest and loyalty of many of the 
University of Maryland's successful alumni. 

His role model since childhood, he says, was Paul 
Robeson. "He was a true neo-Renaissance individual. I 
was amazed at a life that could have so many facets. He 
was an All- American athlete in college, a lawyer, an 
actor, an accomplished concert singer." Elmore has developed his ovsti array of facets, as a 
collegiate Ail-American, a professional basketball player for nine years, a Harvard-trained lawyer, 
an assistant district attorney, a sports commentator and principal at a sports management firm. 
He is not taking singing lessons, he insists. 

One of his goals at Precept Sports, where he managed basketball stars like Walt Williams '92, and 
Harold Miner from USC and Olympic gold medalist Dominique Dawes, was to guide his clients 
on a path that would prepare them to take leadership roles in their communities during and after 
their sports careers. "I've always had the philosophy that whatever it is you give, that is what you 
are going to get," says Elmore. "If you don't give something back, you become one-dimensional. 
Most careers are finite. When you come to take your place among the community, you want 
respect, and if you haven't done anything during the time you are at the top to get it, you're not 
going to get it when the status is gone." 

Currently a partner with Patton Boggs L.L.P., Elmore represents client interests in business 
development and sports law issues, and continues in his role as sports commentator with ESPN. 
He was also appointed by Gov. Parris Glendening to the Tourism Development Board for the 
State of Marj'land, The University of Maryland is proud to present to him today a President's 
Citation for his public service and advocacy on behalf of higher education. 



Graduate 
Degrees 

August 1997 



DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

Jordan M. Adelson Chemistry Ceochemical Indicators in the Chesapeake Bay 

Solomon Alao Human Development Predicting Conceptual Understanding with 
Cognitive ami Motivational Variables 

M. S. Anthony Theatre "Some Deed of Dreadful Note " Productions of Gothic 
Melodramas m the United States, 1790-1830 

Gregocy Baratoff Computer Science Distortion of Stereoscopic Visual Space 

Edna S. Baiter History "Sisters of the Capital: White Women in Richmond, 
Virginia, 1860-1880" 

Bernard G. Bedon Jr. Psychology Predictors of Perceived Fairness: A Search for 
Moderators 

Lori M. Berman Psychology When Flexibility Works and When it Fails: An In- 
depth Analysis of Alternatives to the Nine-to-Five Workweek 

Mary A. Bradmiller Psychology Consumer Models of Long-term Mental Illness 

Cynthia A. Bream Counseling and Personnel Services Burnout in Mental 
Health Caregivers for Persons with HTV: Coping Strategies. Appraised 
Controllability and Perceived Efficacy 

Geoffrey L. Buckley Geography Converting Minerals Into Merchandise: 
The Environmental Transformation of the George's Creek Valley of Western 
Maryland. 1789-1910 

Kasim S. Candan Computer Science A Framework For Distributed Multimedia 
Collaborations 



Karen L. Capell Counseling and Personnel Services Getting to Know Peers 
With Disabilities: Experiences in an Inclusive Preschool Classroom 

Laurent Cartayrade History Property/, Prodicality, and Madness: A Study of 
Interdhtwn Rfconh 

Mark A. Changia Applied Mathematics Induction, Discovery, and Vagueness 

Shu-Ling Chen Music Music and Language in Two Twentieth-Century American 
Operas: Virgil Thomson/Gertrude Stein 's "The Epilogue," From The Mother of 
Us All, and Robert Ashley's "The Park, " Episode One From Perfect Lives, 
An Opera for Television 

Yinong Chen Computer Science A Motor Control Model Based on Self- 
Organizing Feature Maps 

Seonho Choi Computer Science Dynamic Time-Based Scheduling for Hard Real- 
Time Systems 

David B. Coaldey Mechanical Engineering Surface Shape of Steady Breaking 

Waves 

Zoa E. Conner Physics A Study of Solar Neutrons with the Super-Kamiokande 

Detector 

Victor De Oliveira Mathematical Statistics Prediction in Non-Gaussian Random 
Fields 

Carol J. DeirAmore Counseling and Personnel Services Sources of Managerial 
Stress and the Demographic Occupational and Personality Predictors of Those 
Sources 

Diane L. Denny Applied Mathematics A Well-Posed System of Equations 

Mflilelhug Near-Critical Fluid Flow 

Kristin L. Denton Human Development The Relation of Children's Self-Efficacy 
Beliefs and I'eacher Beliefs About Children's Abilities and Effort to First Grade 
Children 's Academic Achievement 

Madeline G. Derbyshire Speech Communication Living, Energetic Beings: The 
Rlictoncal Constitution of Women's Rights Advocates 



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Jan B. DeJamette Microbiology Isolation and Characterization of a Hemolytic 
Factor in the Serum of the Broum Bullhead Catfish (Ameiurus Nebulosus). 

Nibir K. Dhar Electrical Engineering Mechanics of Cadmium Telluride-Zinc 
Tellunde Nucleation on (112) Si for Mercury Cadmium Telluride Ittfrared Photo- 
Diode Arrays 

Marcus W. Dickson Psychology Examining the Universality of the Preference for 
Transformational and Other Leadership Styes Across Mechanistic and Organic 
Organizational Forms 

Majid A. Faani Tabrizi Nezhaad Mechanical Engineering EHD-Enhanced Pool 
Boiling Heat Transfer — Experimental Methodologies and Parametric Studies 

Alexei V. Fedotov Physics Longitudinal Coupling Impedance of a Hole in an 
Accelerator Beam Pipe at Finite Frequencies 

Anne L. Fliotsos Theatre Teaching the Unteaclmble: Directing Pedagogy in 
Colleges and Universities of the United States, 1920-1990 

Sophia D. Carr Friday Crirrunal Justice and Criminology Dispmrity: The 
Maryland Sentencing Guidelines 

Elain S. Fu Physics Cliaracterization and Fabrication of Nana- and Micron-Sized 
Structures on the SI Surface Using Scanning Probe Microscopies 

Leonard P. Galusky Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Toward 
the Dei^elopment of Quantitative Soil Morphological Indicators of Water Table 
Behavior 

Scott D. Gelfand Philosophy Morality and Justice as Restricted Benevolence 

Elizabeth M. Gifford Art History Style and Technique in the Eivlution of 
Naturalism: North Netherlandish Landscape Painting in the Early Seventeenth 
Century 

Andrew M. Girard Applied Mathematics Semi-Deformable Bodies in an Ideal 
Fluid 

Lee Guan Electrical Engineering Message Routing and Problem Solving in 

Multiprocessor Networks 



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Patricia M. Hahn Psychology An Exploration of Psychopathy and Substance 

Abuse m a Community Penalties Criminal Justice Population 

C. Halli Physics Hydrogen and Deuterieum Dijet Cross Sections 

Sara E. Hanna Education Policy, Planning, and Administration The Nature of 

Staff and Studait Interaction as a Function of Social and Academic Integration in 
a Small College 

Byron K. Hargrove Psychology' Social Cognitive Factors Predicting Holland 
Tlicnte Interests and Science-Related Career Goals of Black Students 

Benita W. Harris Human De\-elopment Portrait of Transitional Living: A Case 
Study 

Peter E. Hart Plant Biology Spermiogenesis in Marsilea Vestita 

Amy J. Haufler Kinesiology Comparison of Marksmanship Skill Relative to 
Electrocortical Hemispheric Activation 

Joan M. Hermsen Sociology Gendering Higher Education Expansion: Explaining 
the Growth in Woman's University Enrollment Rates in Britain, France, 
Germany, and Italy During the Twentieth Cetitury 

IWary A. Huntley Curriculum and Instruction Middle School Integrated 
Mathematics and Science Education: Theory and Practice 

Robert Ivkov Chemistry Experimental Studies of the Equilibrium Polymerization 

of Actin 

Edward U. Jaenicke Agricultural and Resource Economics Accounting for Soil 
Quality in Productivity Measurement ■ 

Hamid Jafarlthani Electrical Engineering Wavelet Coding of Images: Adaptation, Ji 
Scalability, and Transmission Over Wireless Channels * 

Insik Jin Physics Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices for Gravity J: 
Wave Detection ' 

June W. Jones Criminal Justice and Criminology "Profiling Corrupt DEA 

Agents and Their Careers" 



Ann B. Judge Psychology Psychotherapy and Stigma Scale (PASS): Development 
of an Instrument to Measure Stigma that Is Attached to Seeking Psychotherapy 

Hung-Ghih Kan Physics Evolution SI Surface Nanostructure Under Groioth 

Angelos Kaniis Electrical Engineering Compression and Transmission of 

Multiresoiution Data in a Netzmrk 

Kidambi S. Kannan Engineering Materials Continuum Finite Element Analysis 
of Nonlinear Maf;neto-Mechanicat Interactions in Bulk Magnetostrictive Materials 

Vrtali Kapovitch Mathematics Convergence of Manifolds with Lower Curvature 
Hound 

Karen D. King Curriculum and Instruction Instructor Decision Making in 
Reform-Oriented Undergraduate Mathematics Classrooms 

Leonid Y. Kopytev Mathematical Statistics On Estimation of the Marginal 
Surz'U'al Function in the Cox Model 

Mahesh S. Krishnan Engineering Materials Numerical Simulation ofGaN Based 
Fieterojunction Field Effect Transistors 

Julie A. Kromkowski Business and Management Deming's Management System 
App'lied to Performance Evaluation and Reward 

David M. Laman Chemical Physics Applications of Photothermal Beam Deflection 
to Photop'hysics and Photochemistry 

Stephen L Lankenau Sociology Panhandling and Other Street Work 

Fritz L. Laux Economics Markets in Hierarchies: Peer Competition in 
Hierarchical Delegation and Control 

Jacqueline Leonard Curriculum and Instruction Characterizing Student 
Discourse in a Sixth-Grade Mathematics Classroom 

Huai Li Electrical Engineering Model-Based Image Processing Techniques for 
Breast Cancer Detection in Digital Mammography 

Amanda J. Lubell Mathematics Global Interactions with Regular Types 



Adam L. Lyon Physics A Search for Squarks and Gluinos with the Jets and 
Missing Transverse Energy Signature in a Supergravity Framework 

Jennifer E. Mabry Mass Communication How Post-Adolescents Perceive That 
They Use Tchvision in Their Lives 

Clarissa J. Maroon Plant Biology Molecular Studies on the Replication and 
Epidemiology of Potato Spindle Tuber Viroid (PSTVd) 

Mark S. Mather Sociology Gender Inequality and Use of Health Care in Rural 

Tiiuziuua 

Charles A. McCormick Economics Groundzmter Quality and Residential Property 
Values: A Hcdonic Aptproach 

Maty A. Mihok Human Nutrition and Food Systems An Evaluation of the Use 
and hnpnict of an Enhanced Food Package for Breastfeeding Women in the 
Pennsylvania WIC Program 

Alice A. Mitchell Counseling and Personnel Services A Methodological 
Examination of White Racial Consciousness and Attitudes Toward Women, People 
Wlio Are Deaf, Gay Men and Lesbians 

Susan N. Moreland Curriculum and Instruction Reflective Strategies and the 

Construction of a Philosophy of Teaching (Prior to Student Teaching) 

Carlos H. Morimoto Computer Science Electronic Digital Image Stabilization: 

Design and Evaluation, With Applications 

Marsha K. Nickels Human Development Fathers ' Perceptions of Their Roles 

Over Tunc in Their Families of Construction 

Ivan G. Nikolchev Journalism The Post-Communist Bulgarian fournalist 

Dariene A. Nobles Human Development The Assessment of Socioemotional 
Behaviors of Prekindergarten Students in a Public School System 

Michael J. Nusca Aerospace Engineering Numerical Simulation of 
Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in the Nonequilibrium Chemically Reacting 
Flowfield About a Hypervelocity Projectile at Low Altitude 



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Michael M. O'Hara Theatre Bernard Shaw and the Federal Vieatre Project: 
Playen, Productions, and Politics 

Ron W. Overholser Engineering Materials Chemical Order in Ni-Mn-Ga Heusler 
Alloi/s 

David I. Paddy English Language & Literature "No Future: Contemporary 
British Fiction at the End of the World" 

Manoj Pastey Animal Sciences Biochemical & Antigenic Characterization of the 
Fusion Proton of Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus 

Sandra L. Patton American Studies Birth Marks: An Interdisciplinary 

Ethnograpyhic Study of Transracial Adoption 

Nicolas A. Pereyra Physics Hydrodynamic Models of Line Driven Accretear Disk 
Winds in Cataolysmic Variables 

Vinod G. Peris Electrical Engineering Architecture for Guaranteed Delay Service 
in High Speed Netivorks 

Dennis W. Prather Electrical Engineering Analysis and Synthesis of Finite 
Aperiodic Diffractive Optical Elements Using Rigorous Electromagnetic Models 

Maiy J- Primosch Special Education Executive Function and Children 's Ability 
to Self-Regulate 

Robert S. Ralls Psychology Age and Computer Training Performance: A Test of 
Training Enhancement Through Cognitive Practice 

Linda Richter Psychology Wishfid Thinking: Mechanisms of Motivated 

Cognition 

Jeanne S. Ringel Economics Maternal Decisions and Vteir Consequence for 

Mothers and Infants 

Susan P. Riordan Counseling and Personnel Ser\'ices A Factor Analytic Study 
of Attention and Associated Behaviors 

Gary T. Roan Electrical Engineering Analysis of Microwave Devices by the 

FDTD Method 



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Kathleen A. Rogers Applied Mathematics Stability Exchange in Parameter 
Dependent Constrained Variables: Principles With Applications to Elastic Rod 
Models of DNA Mini-circles 

Francis T. Ruppel EngUsh Language & Literature Marketplace Romances: 
Arthur. Poe, and Hawthorne 

Aninkumar M. Sampath Mechanical Engineering Schemes for Noise Control in 
Three- Dimensional Enclosures 

Balaji Sampath Electrical Engineering Subspace Approaches for Blind 
Equalization and Identification 

V. V. Samudrala Moleciilar and Cell Biology A Graph-Theoretic Solution to the 
Context-Sensitivity Problem in Protein Structure Prediction 

Naveen Sama Economics Macroeconomic Policy Determinants of Growth: A 
Cross Country, Time-Series Analysis for Developing Countries 

Brenda P. Shockey Education PoUcy, Planning and Administration The 
Effects of Varying Retention Intervals Within a Block Schedule on Knowledge 
Retention 

Dominicus W. So Psychology Mind/Body Relationship Re-Explored: Impact of 
Patient's Hope, Expectation, Health Locus of Control, and Mind/Body Dualistic 
Belief on Self-Reported Outcome of Acupuncture 

Barbara J. Stephanie American Studies Clarence Cook and American Art 

Criticism 

Annie Stevens Counseling and Personnel Ser\'ices Critical Incidents 
Contributing to the Development of Lesbian Identities in College 

Shoichi Sugiyama Recreation A Study of Relationship Between Motivational 

Orientation and Productivity 

Pamela B. Talabis Human Development A Comparison of Social Support and 
Coping Strategies of Currently Homeless Women and Formerly Homeless Women 

Liangyou Tang Engineering, Agriculture Empirical Study of Flow Condensation 



Mario F. TeisI Agricultural and Resource Economics Nutrition Labeling: 
Injcrmatwn Effects on Consumer Behavior and Welfare 

Sampath K. Tinimala Chemistry A Self-Assembled lonophore 

Brian P. Tumquist Mathematics Near Model Completeness and Generic 
Structures 

Juan A. Valdivia Physics The Physics of High- Altitude Lightning 

Min-Hua Wang Chemical Engineering An Investigation of the Flow Field 
Generated by Axial Impellers in a Baffled Stirred Tank 

You-<)iang Wang Economics Essays on Economic Competition Among 
jurisdictions 

Jill K. Wheeler Psychology Candidate Misrepresentation During the 
Employment Interview 

Dorothy Y. White Curriculum and Instruction Equity in Mathematics 
Classrooms: The Question and Response Patterns of Third-Grade Teachers in 
High Minority Population Schools 

Jeffrey A. Wllken Psychology The Effects of Prior Exposure and Trait Anxiety 
on Response to Stressful Cognitive and Affective Stimuli 

Qing Xie Human Development Perceptions of Parents and Only Children of 
Parents' Child Rearing Practices and Relationships Between Child Rearing 
Practices and Only Children's Achievement in China 

Lisa K. Yarfcony History The Discourse of Public Health in Lyon 

Enchao Yu Mechanical Engineering Passive Cooling of Discretely Heated 
Closed and Partially Open Enclosures by Combined Conduction, Natural 
Convection and Radiation 

Guohui Yuan Physics Shipboard Crane Control, Simulated Data Generation, and 
Border-Collison Bifurcations 

Marilyn Zugish Education Policy, Planning and Administration South Bend 

Center for the Homeless: A Community of Learners 



DOCTOR OF MUSIC 

Jeongseon Choi Music Western Music in Korea ivith an Emphasis on Piano 
Compositions Since 1970 

Cynthia L. Jay Music A Production ofGian Carlo Menotti's Opera "The 
Medium": A Performance Project Directed and Produced by Cynthia L. Jay 

Anthony B. Kirkland Music An Annotated Guide to Wind Band Excerpts for 

Trumpet and Cornel as an Aid to Teaching, Performance, and Audition 
Preparation 




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Graduate 
Degrees 

August 1997 

MASTER OF APPLIED 
ANTHROPOLOGY 

D. Sydney Reddy 

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE 

Robert Paul Boell 
Eduardo R. Lyon 
Rohan Shivkumar 
Jinsong Wu 

MASTER OF ARTS 

American Studies 

Shelby Alan Shapiro 

Applied IVIathematics 

Serge Antoine Bernard 
Ahmad Draymon Ridley 
Jeremy Andrew Warner 
Peng Wu 

Art History 

EUzabeth MacKenzie Tobey 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

Mary Lynn Bartlett 
Brenda Bea Frickson 
Katsura Ishijima 
Andrea Beth Lurie 
Tova Olson 
Lisa Michelle Tenley 
Mary Camilla Vance 
Jennifer Lyn Vest 
Veronica Denise Wilson 



Criminal Justice and Criminology 

Andre Blaise Rosay 

Curriculum and instruction 

John Colin Lello 

Economics 

Philippe Henri Heiche 
Thornton Matheson 
Rajesh Narayan 
Patrick Hall Phenis 
Stephen Bruce Reed 

Education Policy, Planning and 
Administration 

Stephan L. Coggs 
Heidi Schiffert Rotella 

English Language and Literature 

Laura Denise Wilber 

Geography 

Pamela Lynn Nagler 

Government and Politics 

Peter Francis Bums, Jr. 
Kimberly Yvette David 
Stephen Gerard Deets 

Health Education 

Roderick Leiand Chu 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Aimee Baird Pharr 
Rozanne S. Wijesinghe 

History 

Alicia Maria-Beatrez Hall 
Paula Frances Nadler 



Human Development Education 

George John Bregman 

Journalism 

Nancy Marienthal Davis 
Collin M. Elliot 
Lawrence Bruce Hodges 
Tonya Ann Jameson 
Sheryl Monique Kennedy 

Kinesiology 

Julius Christian Beretta 
Tomas Mendez 
Joshua Lambeth Montfort 
Cindy Leigh Waddell 

Linguistics 

Viola Giulia Miglio 

Mathematics 

Fawzi P. Emad 
Alison Bond Seitz 

Philosophy 

Thomas Raymond Gleason 

Psychology 

Amy Buhl Conn 

Spanish Language and 
Literature 

Rafael Santoyo Mucino 
Jackeline Maribel Pfister 

Special Education 

Nicole Ellen Meshbesher 



MASTER OF BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 

Cheryl O'Connor Amick 
Nathan Thomas Baker 
Deborah R. Behrend 
Eric Harold Berger 
Ken Scott Bianchi 
Gregory Frederick Blough 
Mark R. Bruininga 
Susan Elizabeth Burdette 
Georgeann Brophy CasJiin 
David Soung Chun 
Kyle James Alfred Colclough 
James Matthew Dashukewich 
Ravi Dhingra 
Jennifer G. Faircloth 
Deborah Curry Fales 
David Paul Fishback 
Stephen James Furlong 
Jennifer Payne Garrett 
Michael Joseph Gigliotti 
Ralph K.H, Glaser 
Leah Nicole Grannison 
William Joseph Guarini 
Valerie Guffey-Defay 
Ame Gustav Haak 
John E. Hamm 
Stephen Paul Hudak 
Ronald Martin Jacob 
Steven Warren Kahle 
Sherry Lynne Kilgus 
Richard Joseph Krygiel 
Timothy Patrick Kysela 
Pun For Li 
Tara Louise Long 
Jie Ma 

Paul B. Meekin 
Glenn Neil Merberg 
Matthew Scott Morris 
David R. Palmateer 
Sushil Kishor Pancholi 



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Marc James Pearce 
Carol Ann Politi 
Gregory Lawrence Quiggle 
Harry Milton Redman 
Kevin Marquardt Reville 
Carrie Suzanne Rosov 
Melissa Ellis Ruemmler 
Stephen R. Schmieder, Jr. 
Patrick William Sebum 
Lening Shen 
Ravinder Singh 
Tracy Lynne Slavin 
Robert Paul Stratton 
Anne Margaret Thomas 
Peter Dermis Weisberg 
Jennifer Xun Wu 
Carlos Cesar Yammal 
Leslie Rothstein Zeid 

MASTER OF BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION/MASTER OF 
SCIENCE, COMBINED 

Sarada Ponnapalli Challa 
Vicki Jean Donaldson 
Sandra Herrera 
Therese Helena Johansson 

MASTER OF COMMUNITY 
PUNNING 

Elizabeth Wrenne Brush 
Anne Lynn Corbett 
Martin David Dubroff 
Michael James Lester 
Carl Thomas Morgan 
Mark Edvi'ard Shovi^alter 



MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

Jacquhn 'i \ette Geter 
Alicia S. Harris 
Samson Kebede 
Rebecca Ann Kelly 
Mary Katharine Kresser 
Lashawn Y. Maxwell 
Richard L. Noe 
Marcielle Mae Sardinta 
Angela Rene Tatum 
Alicia Lucero Wagner 
Eleanor Matilda Holmes 

Washington 
Leslie Michelle Williams 
William Alan Yeager 

Curriculum and Instruction 

Suzanne Marie Aucella 

Dominique M. Bourdet 

Todd David Burch 

Ericka Marie Cederstrom 

Treva Chenier Coates 

Maria Louise Conway 

Melanie Sarah Darr 

Martha Irene Dorak 

Patricia Norris Garber 

Aisha Mary-Elizabeth Griffith 

John Kevin Hickey 

Mary Helen Hogan 

Charles Clinton Jones 

Catherine Zimmerm Lindenmann 

Keith Patrick MacKinnon, Jr. 

David Bruce Myatt 

Rebecca Arm Newbum 

Kathryn Mathile Noonan 

Lisa Erendira Niifiez 

Julie Jae Paczynski 

Kym Margaret Perry 



Amy J. Pickworth 
Cicily Kay Randolph 
Sue West Robinson 
Judith Anne Seeber 
Deborah A. Suess 
Kara McDowell Tang 
Ronaldo Randy Trivers 
Jar\'is Oneal Weeks 
Sajeela Yaqub 

Education Policy, Planning 
and Administration 

Susan Marie Amato 
Patti Jo Beard 

Matthew Christopher Eggleston 
Michele Glotfelty Eggleston 
Albert George EUbacher 
Patricia G. Mason 
Deborah Lynn Perry 
Michael Stevenson Reid 

Human Development Education 

Marlene Y. Barakkatz 
Yael Eran 

Special Education 

Heidi Aldous 

Andrea Lyrm Baylin 

Elizabeth Hart Daubert Cavalier 

Janet Marie Challandes 

Vernon E. Crider 

Marietta A. English 

Ruth Josephine Fish 

Sharon Lynn Graves 

Elizabeth Marjorie Halloran 

Susan Arlene Liga 

Meredith Aim Lowman 

Sonali Maria Motha 

Jon Mark Peabody 

Stacey Joy Perlin 

Corannetta Jones Robinson 



Norma P. Roose 
Jami Melissa Schwartz 
Shannon L. Snyder 
Stephen Lee Snyder 
Marie Antoinette Wicks 
Kimberly Anne Zinger 

MASTER OF ENGINEERING 

Engineering 

Casey Paul Henderson 

Hossein Keshavarz 

Malathi Kumaresan 

Renato Richard Molina 

Gerald Lee Powell 

William Robert Frier, Jr. 

SongQi 

Sharon Angela Steele 

William Coleman Wyatt 

YifanXie 

Kwang Bin Yao 

MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

Creative Writing 

Michael Robert Clark 

MASTER OF LIBRARY 
SCIENCE 

Library and Information 

Services 

Seth R. Atkinson 

Alicia M. Bueche 

Mary Hall Dasovich 

Linda Leah Gorman 

Frederick Christopher Holder 

Elizabeth Lucille Jof frion 

Kristine Laura Kaske 

Jo- Ann Lawson 

Beth Marhanka 



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Martha Mary Mehrabi 
Alyssa Dawne Pease 
Neal Francis Pomea 
JohnG. Powell 
Robert Richard Schrott 
John M. Walker 

MASTER OF MUSIC 

Daniel Eric Abraham 
Mary Ella Jester 
Kenneth G. Schweitzer 
Hyewon Yoon 

MASTER OF PUBLIC 
MANAGEMENT 

Stephen Joseph Latham 

MASTER OF PUBLIC POLICY 

Elisa A. Krupa 
David J. Vivian 

MASTER OF SCIENCE 

Aerospace Engineering 

John Peter Hansen 
Brian J. Harkless 
Subhobroto Nath 
Colin Rhys Theodore 

Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 

Janet Elaine Carpenter 
Tony Martin Perm 
Ayesha I. Velderman 

Agronomy 

Eric Pasteur Brewer 
Patrick Eugene Elia 



Animal Sciences 

Cassandra Marie Moore- 
Crawford 

Biochemistry 

Hong J. Jun 

Biological Resources 
Engineering 

Melvin Benhur Benjamin 
Catherine Angela Wells 

Botany 

Anne Marie Gearhart 

Business and Management 

Vinai S. Trichur 
Ji-Tsung Wu 

Chemical Engineering 

Zimako Ibe 

Chemistiy 

James Richard Carey 
Thaddeus Jude Jackson 
Yuhui Li 
Yihong Zhou 

Civil Engineering 

Eric Martin Aaby 
William F. Cantwell 
Peter Kyung Hoon Chung 
Jeremy David Cooper 
Lei Dong 
Preety Goel 
Mark Steven Hochberg 
Christopher John Honkomp 
Hope Katcharian 
Scott A. Reynolds 
Dong Keun Seo 
Kevin Robert Slates 



Gary Abram Tave 
Aklile Tesfaye 

Computer Science 

Cunevt Akinlar 

Khaled A. Arisha 

Gayathri Chittiappa 

Sameh Mohamed El-Sharkawy 

Xue Han 

Gish R. Hjaltason 

Jye-Hoon Lee 

Chia-Chi Lin 

Vasudev Parameswaran 

Chamyote Pluempitiwiriyawej 

Wade Shen 

Apinun Tunpan 

Electrical Engineering 

Gaurav Arora 

Junyan Bei 

Leonard Bernard Berkoski HI 

Michael Remi Borbath 

David James Copeland 

Shabnam Erfani 

Pedram Jaefari-Moghaddam 

Fard 
Cezar Andrei Floroiu 
Jun Lang 

Anastassios Michail 
Melih Ozgiil 
Gagan Deep Singh 
Xuyang Xia 

Engineering Materials 

Ruoh-Haw Chang 
Yun-Xin Li 
Jaime Morillo 

Engineering, Agriculture 

Curt Andrews Gooch 



Family Studies 

Heather Dawn Gendler 
Megan Kathleen Robinson 
Laura Cagle Taylor 

Fire Protection Engineering 

Stephen Matthew Hill 
Debbie L. Shaner 
Chen-Hsiang Su 

Horticulture 

Bin Wang 

Human Nutrition and Food 
Systems 

Mercedeh Deyhim 

Marine, Estuarine and 
Environmental Sciences 

Joseph Robert Schutz 

Mechanical Engineering 

Caleb Belai 
Diganta Das 
James Ryan Dickey 
Robert Thomas Floyd 
Manish Kumar GovU 
Jason Charles Harley 
Venkatraman Kalyanapasupathy 
Daniel Sagrario 
Damion Thomas Searls 
Gurdip Singh 

Meteorology 

Liqun Ma 

J. Andrew Marshall 
Richard Michael Todaro 
Baoyu Yin 



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Microbiology 

Meredith Anne Melick 

Nuclear Engineering 

Xiliang Wu 

Nutrition 

Angela Marie Ogawa 

Physics 

Sergei Petrovich Nikitin 
Morgan Dane Rosenberg 
Mel S. Sabella 
Kyle Alrich Vick 



Plant Biology 

Xiaoguang Du 

Reliability Engineering 

Brian William McBride 

Survey Methodology 

Ward Rakestraw Kay 

Sustainable Development and 
Conservation Biology 

Wendy Lee Walsh 

Systems Engineering 

Giles Colbert Charleston 
Mingyan Liu 
Gabriel Lucian Olariu 
Isatou Secka 
John M. Splain 



Telecommunications 

Joseph Allen Sating 
Scott Allen Shorter 

Zoology 

Lysa R. Diamond 
Ahmad Reza Hariri 
Tongtong Liu 
Rolf Walter Stottmann 



GRADUATE CERTIFICATES 

Certificate in Historic 
Preservation 

Robert Paul Boell 




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Undergraduate 
Degrees 

August 1997 



A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL 
OF ENGINEERING 

Bachelor of Science 

Engineering-Environmental 

Michael Lee Swanson 

Engineering 

Gar)- Edward Carr 
Steven Mitchell Wilson 

Aerospace Engineering 

Sheila Marie Cummings 
Ming S. Lewy 
Michael Lynn Miner 

Chemical Engineering 

Heather Grau 
Alexandre Rossin 
Aya] Alex Snir 
Leslie Christine Swe 

Civil Engineering 

Kell\' Patrick Gillispie 
Tanya Maura King 
Jeffrey Gordon Roux 

Electrical Engineering 

Richard Alan Baum 

Rashid Ikram Bhatti 

EUane Bischoff 

Minerva Estrella Chandler 

Tommy Chang Yen-Ming Chang 

Phillip Jonathan Groutt 

Mahshad Haeri 

Tara L}Tin Hutchings 

Ryan Scott Kuseski 

*Yuzhou Lu 

Ziad Tavvfiq Madanat 

Phillip A. Mullen, Jr. 



Sezin Ayse Omer 

In Ho Park 

David Andres Rodriguez 

Phillip Lawrence Shears 

Jia Jie Song 

Robert Eliot Stein 

Trung Hoang Tran 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
Chun Tse 
Kuan Hengameh Wong 

Fire Protection Engineering 

Thomas H. Beigel 
Sean Patrick White 

Mechanical Engineering 

Wallace Edward Bolden, Jr. 
Jack G. Bond 
Hong Seuk Chang 
Joseph Max Crowder 
Robert James Divilio 
Joseph John Gerst 
David Jacques HatweU 
HarOithao H. Ho 
Jemerson Cheru\'elil Joseph 
Sonali Kamik 
Wiiliam L. King, Jr. 
Tina Marie LeMarier 
Tuan Anh Nguyen 
Brian David Olson 
Mathew Vanathu Samuel 
Benjamin Chia-En Shat 
Damon Vincent Smith 
Edwin Louis Surprin 
David Charles Tomayko 
Mark Antoine Tyson 
Adam Michael Ward 
Michael Zuhowski 



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Agricultural and 
Resource Economics 

Stephan Anthony Paasch 
Gordon C. Teglas 

Animal Sciences 

Mark Andrew Buckel 

Da\ id John Deans 

Dietetics 

V'andana Mallika Chakravarti 
Renata Cristina de Souza 

Oliveira 
Rebecca Keman Slingluff 

Food Science 

Omri S. Kaufmann 

Land and Water Management 

Dana L\rm Pickeral 
Cole Steven Western 

Plant and Wildlife Resource 
Management 

Michael Grant Frazee 



COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE 

Bachelor of Science 

Architecture 

Eric James Butterworth 
2nd Major: Art Studio 
Stacy McGar\ey 
Erik L. Thompson 



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COLLEGE OF ARTS 
AND HUMANITIES 

Bachelor of Arts 

American Studies 

Everick A. Gross 
Alan Jerome Katzker 
Debra S. Weintraub 

Art History 

Kerry Anne Black 
Julio Miguel Femandes 
Devesh Chandra Pad 

Art Studio 

Cliien-Chien Ann Chen 
tSigalit Davanzo 
Delsena Johnette Draper 
Kim Jacinth Foley 
Vacharavadi Lorungrochana 
Zebulon Anatole Nelessen 
Justin Troy Parcelles 
Scott Sumner Powell 
Priyajit Saini 

Natharuel Christopher Scheck 
Carol Netter Stix 
Troy Clifton Thompson 
Angela Yvonne Wilson 

English Language and Literature 

Renale Jill Adolph 
Kory L. Alexander 
Kristin Elizabeth Bailey 
Joel Clifton Barnabas 
Tikeetha Chauntelle Blackwell 
Cynthia Jane Butler 
Jon Christopher Chamblin 
Courtney Margaret Clelan 
Danielle Elizabeth Covvles 
Kenneth Cummings 



Isaac Edward Cynkar 
Barbara Kathlynn Edney 
Jennifer Robin Edwards 
Erika Thannette Epps 
Catherine Lorraine Fotos 
Leslie Ann Gordon 
Gregory T. Hill 
Uzma Husain 
Marsha Dawn Jackson 
Tonya Michelle Jones 
Michelle Cherie Lambert 
Andrew Edward Laughlin 
Anthony Bernard Lawrence 
Chong Yoon Lee 
*Adam Chad Lilling 
Jesse Jovich Marth 
Robyn S. Pincus 
Wadei Hannania Powell 
*Tracy Ann Runfola 
Jodi M. Simms 
Thomas Edward Simpson 
Carolyn R. Tyler 
Greg Stephen Wilkovich 

French Language and Literature 

Dai Xuan Pham 
Martha Tekle-Haimanot 

Histoiy 

Rachel Beth Apter 
Steven Douglas Broadwater 
Raymond Michael Caswell 
Scott James deGraffenreid 
Jason Aaron Friedman 
Michael Patrick Garvey 
Jessica Dare Harrison 
Todd Carl Hoffman 
Cadesha V. Johnson 
Christine Margaret Korff 
Toney Williams Moses 
Patrick Shannon O'Brien 



Christopher Michael Regimenti 
Megan Michele Reidy 
Brian Michael Reilly 
Rachel Melissa Rosenfeld 

2nd Major: Government & Politics 
Rajashri Roy 
David Joseph Sheedy 
Bradley Joseph StoU 
Gregory Michael Voss 
Christine Ann Vosswinkel 

Music 

Rebecca Bonney Simon 

Philosophy 

Adiatu S. Khanu 
Ray Ramin Minai 

Radio, Television and Rim 

Bernard W. Gutwald 
Oscar Nils Gustaf Nestell 

Spanish Language 
and Literature 

*Rafael Terry Beckford 
Maritza Diana Figueroa 
Matthew Scott Mayes 
Alice H. Midzi 
Alicia M. Moyer 
Gabriel H. Suarez 

Speech Communication 

Danielle Kimberly Benjoar 
Marcella Renee Black 
Lori Ann Haberberger 
Susan Marie Haddad 
Aashish J. Parekh 
•Angela Joy Wade 



Theatre 

Benjamin Bradford Hill 



Bachelor of Music 

Music 

James Clay Dennis 

Music-Piano 

*Eun Hd Chung 



COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL 
AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Arts 

Afro-American Studies 

*Rhome Patrick Anderson 

Nina Terese Britton 

Eugene Churchill Edmondson- 

Deigh 
Keryn Alicia Rose 
Colin Francis Beaven 

Chinese 

Jessica Christine Teets 

Criminal Justice 

Mark Thomas Walsh 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Seth David Altman 
Mark Joseph Baxter 
John Campbell Beeler 
Robert Fred Bilbo 
John Philip Buckley 
Tami Elizabeth Cole 
James Austin Crifasi 
Paul Anthony DiSario 



$ Summa cum Laude t Magna cum Laude ' cum Laude 



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Larry Troy Fisher 
Jeffrey Norman Fowler 
Kurt Eric Gessner 
Kent Joseph Coins 
Sarita Beth Goldbloom 
2nd Major: Psychology 
Marc Ian Greenberg 
Gregor)' Joseph Hollinger 
Barbara Dashiell Horsey 
David Lee Isaacson 
Harry Chester Ivers, Jr. 
Douglas Ryan Jones 
Aisha Madjid 
Edward Albert Marsh 
J. Christopher Miltsch 
Patrick Robert Mital 
Randolph Eugene Mitchell 
Antia Rios Noonan 
Alexander Jacob Perkins 
Lisa Lajerald Perry 
Katina D. Phifer 
Anthony Garrick Plndell 
Anky Quach 
David Lawrrence Quinn 
Dennis Victor Reale 
Jason Brent Redmond 
WiUiam Adam Reese 
Robinson Ro 

Matthew Edwin Rottgering 
Michael Kevin Ruane 
Kristina Marie Sciandra 
Stephen Michael Sikora 
Robert Lewis Snead, Jr. 
Crystal M. Stucker 
Karla Michelle Tassey 
Rebecca E. Tavlor 
Paul Mark Tucker 
David Fairchild Vernier 

Economics 

Jitin Ahuja 



Christopher Lamar Anderson 
Edmund McComas Bender 
Joshua David Burkholder 
Scott Christopher Butera 
Yin Chan 
WiUiam Wai-Choong Chee 

2nd Degree: Matheinatics 
Michael Y. Chung 
Kevin Brent Collison 
Steven RusseU Farrell 
Nina H. Glazer 
Brent Lee Griffith 
Norman Newton Ingram 
Dae Kwon Kim 
Kenny S. Loza 
David Charles Mathes, Jr. 
Yves Andre Mathurin 
Onabia Minto 

2nd Degree: Finance 
Dan Uyen Nguyen 
Ovunc Ogut 

Christopher Sascha Preheim 
Francine Sharmalee Rajakumaran 
Rajiv Ramanathan 

2nd Degree: Finance 
John Robert Ryan 
Nestor Lionel Torres 
Mehmet Baris Uslu 
Jason Michael Young 

Government and Politics 

Susan Elizabeth Batt 
John Mark Bayley 
Aisha N. Braveboy 
Andrea Jean Chiller 
Tara Marie Connors 
Heather Aime Coppley 
Kari J. Draper 
Danielle Anne Dwyer 
Thomas Warner Emerson 
Jennifer Sue Enriquez 



Matthew Christian Floto 
Michael Timothy Foster 
Bridget Beverly Frederick 
James Lyle Gregory 
Randy L. Hall 
Michael Ross Hofman 
Tametra Laquette Hogue 
William Perez Jackson 
Basheera-AIia James 
Todd Steven Kahn 
Peter Kwong Lem 
Kenshin Matsuda 
tWayde Randolph Minami 
Kimberly Lauren Morgan 

2nd Major: Afro-American Studies 
James Adam PascareUa 
Parin Bharat Shah 
Jesse Benjamin Silverman 
Eric Justin Simmons 
Cora Lynn Sipe 
Aaron Michael Small 
Jason L. Smilovic 
Megan Claire Swartley 
Jason Thomas Throckmorton 
Kenneth Samuel Ulman 
Brian Michael Vermeulen 
Robert Edward Zeas 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Valerie Anne Bovvrie 
Jennifer Ann Brickman 
Madeleine Cissna 
Eric Brian Damon 
Allison Carey Kelley 
Carol A. Rojano 
Kristen Ashley Walsh 
Synde Cara Zalcman 

Psychology 

Mitra K. Aazami 
Cavon Ahangarzadeh 



Jasmine Aminelahi 

Beverley Lyn Anderson 

Amy Beth Berman 

John Elden Bode 

Natalie Selina Dawn Chambers 

Valerie Marie Codd 

Kimberly Lynn Dunn 

Denise Claire Falzoi 

Jonathan Gelfand 

'Julie Anne Golan 

Praveen Gudapati 

Hollie Holt Hellmers 

Alyson Carin Jentz 

Meegan Hyatt Lawson 

Rebecca J. Levin 

Paul Francis Lynch 

Daniel P. Mason 

Blaise Audette Miller 

Steven Theodore Mougeot 

Krisi Yumi Murakoshi 

Tisha Nicole Nichols 

Melissa Eden Price 

Ner Cesario Amador Reodica HI 

tjason M. Saunders 

Erik Gustav Schielke 

Sarah Elizabeth Weirsman 

Courtney LvTme Weiss 

Sociology 

Charlotte Leanne Agee 

Judy Juanita Dixon 

Laura Camille Hughes 

Kiagu Karanja 

Eloise Teena Lepesqueur 

+Pia Ethel Maria Schiavo-Campo 

Christopher DeVere Seamens 

Cory Alison Smith 

Robert Tae Yi 



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S, AUGUST 199 



Bachelor of Science 

Geography 

Joseph S. Chung 
Stephen Michael Fruhwirth 
George Bamay Nehrebeckyj 
Patricia Claire Zitzmarm 

Psychology 

Yasmeen Ali 

Tonya Michelle Compton 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal justice 
*Stacey Olivia Elliott 
Diana Jill Emami 
Candice Tamarah Loeffler 
tFrank Russell Lucas 
Dangdiem Thi Nghe 
Seth Christian Odgaard 
Erik W. Spolnicki 
Alexandra A. Terentiev 
Joseph McLane White 
Samana Zaidi 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND 
MANAGEMENT 

Bachelor of Science 

Accounting 

Hope L^nsang Aguilar 
Jennifer L. Arrowsmith 
Brian S. Baick 
Puja K. Batta 
Andrew Paul Bauer 
Aaron Asher Belitsky 
Patrick Moghan Brennan 
Maria Ysabel Cancino 
Christopher John Casselman 
Chrishe Chea 
Laura Elizabeth Clagett 



Robert Sie Cooper 
Simin Dokht Cyrus 
Mark Edward Eshenbaugh 
Christopher Alexander 

Feuerhelm 
Peter Frontin 
Lisa Anne Furman 
Donald Martin Gakenheimer 
Amdetsion Genanaw 
Elizabeth George 
Masouda Gizabi 
Nadia Gizabi 
Evens Grammont, Jr. 
Timothy Randahl Hintz 
Michael Ryan Johnsen 
Holley Marie Kee 
Loung Khamsakoune 
11 Chin Kim 

Carl Alexander Kneessi 
Susan Xiu Kong 
Joseph Philip Kreit, Jr. 
tHong Van Le 
Hak Lee 

Adam Mitchell Luger 
Martha Henrietta McCue Meyers 
Mika Nishiyama 
Victor Manuel Nolasco 

2nd Major: Finance 
Clifford M. Ouedraogo 
Xiaoyun Pan 
Alkesh H. Patel 
Anish A. Patel 
Sanjay Suryaprakash Patel 
Sri P. Rapaka 
Catherine L. Regan 
Michael Savocchi 
Minerva Sylvia Scott 
Jenny Tsang 
Mingchi Tsu 

2nd Degree: Finance 
Heather Melinda Vahovich 



tAstrud Fabiola Wheeles 
Irene Wong 
Tracy Jiao Xie 
Lisa J. Yoo 
Manli Yuen 

Finance 

Raffaele John Alessandro 
Robert Carl Armbruster 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Elie David Ashery 
Mark Blond 
Soma Lisa Choudhury 
tMaria Elena Crespo 
*Arti Dave 
Matthew Keyes Demitz 

2nd Major: Accounting 
Naresh Paul Duggal 
Sonal K. Gangar 
Allen Wayne Griffin 
Gary Alan Hall 
Robert Lewis Halter 
Steven N. Katchen 
Christine K. Lee 
Jung Han Lee 
Martin Lucero 
Onabia Minto 

2nd Degree: Economics 
Phuong N. Nguyen 
Chad Austin Pearce 
Rajiv Ramanafhan 

2nd Degree: Economics 
Lakshmi P. Reddy 
Stephen David Reilly 
Paul Eugene Reynolds, Jr. 
John Edward Rothe, Jr. 
tGholam Mohammed Saleh 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
George V. Samuel 
Sean Jason Smith 



Mingchi Tsu 

2nd Degree: Accounting 
Derek Jeffrey Zahn 
Alexander S. Zaslov 

General Business and 
Management 

Benjamin Briscoe Bell III 
Christine Nwamaka Enwonwu 
Chad Scott Eskanazy 
Daniel Steven Federman 
Luis Alberto Garcia 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
tMarc James Jannsen 
tMelissa Beth Kabin 
Kerry Lynn Knode 
Dionysios Daniel Kolliopoulos 
Christie Marie Machiran 
Ann Phuong Phan 

2nd Degree: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Kevin Audette Plank 
Aisha S. Shafi 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Olga Sklyar 
Chuong Hien Tang 
Daniel Velez-B 

Human Resource Management 

Mary Louise Brown 

Ziv Chen 

Christopher Paul Courtemanche 

Libby Kedem 

Elisha Simone Smith 

Jill Brockett Wilson 



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§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum iaude * cum Laude 



Logistics and Transportation 

Henry Lam Chen 
Ann Phuong Phan 

2nd Degree: General Business and 

Management 
Ratish Kumar Sinha 
Christopher Anthony White 

Management Science and 
Statistics 

Lance Edward Beahm 
Shobha Bora 
Paul Andrew Chin 
Selamawit G. Damene 
Jonathan Frank Ho 
*Harold H. Lane 
Samir Ramesh Mehta 
Denny Prasetya 
Steven James Schnee 
Manish Philiup Sirohi 
Aaron Michael Sweemer 

Marketing 

Yared Difaye Assefa 
tKenneth Joseph Barrette 
Allison Hyunsoo Chang 
Leon Marcel Colaco 
Michael G. Dash 
Heath Ryan Davis 
Michael Thomas Ebaugh 

2nd Major:: Finance 
Andres Fernandez 
Sara Michelle Girardi 
Tamika L. Hinton 
Leonard B. Jones 
Nathan Thomas Jones 
Scott Kluge 

Sylvia Serwaa Koranteng 
Marc Robert Moscowitz 
Winston Michael Nymn 



Lisa M. Owen 

2nd Major: Spanish Language and 

Literature 
Jennifer Marie Polak 
Peter David Pourzand 
Stella Unchong Reisch 
Christopher Charles Riess 
Neno Victor Sabounjian 
Michael Aaron Taylor 
Noah Buck Wester 

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, 
MATHEMATICAL AND 
PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Computer Science 

Patrick J. Amato 

Scott Richard Bisker 

Di Jin Chang 

In Kyong Chang 

Allan Hernandez Del Rosario 

Raymond James Dunivin 11 

John Charles Englar 

*Bin Gan 

Ara Hacopian 

Jennifer Mari Herbst 

Eric Vernon Hoffman 

Harmy Januarius 

2nd Degree: Mathematics 
Dae Son Kim 
Jennifer Hae-Young Lee 
Spencer Lu 
Archana Newatia 
Nivesh Patnaik 
Calvin Eric Richardson 
Tariq Said 
Adam L.M. Smith 
Shawn David Sparks 
Thomas Carl Stamm 



Steven Garrett Stubbs 

Jia Sun 

Trung Hoang Tran 

2nd Degree: Electrical Engineering 
Felix K. Wu 
Wing Tim Yeung 
Somagam Yordmanee 

Mathematics 

William Wai-Choong Chee 

2nd Degree: Economics 
Alice Michelle Deane 
Hanny Januarius 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
'Jennifer Lee Miller 

2nd Major: Government and 

Politics 
Lawrence Dale Nichols 11 
Cedric Silas Shannon 

Physical Sciences 

Lawrence Edward Butts 

Physics 

Joseph Daly Katsouros 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Arts 

Education-Art-Professional 

Brighid Emerson Massey Harpe 

Bachelor of Science 

Education-Art-Professional 

Wendy Skenner Abid 

Industrial Technology 

Edward James Stevens 



Secondary Education — 
Mathematics-Professional 

Bradley Robert Isbell 
Suzarme Elizabeth Keeney 
Kathryn Elizabeth Michalik 

Special Education-Professional 

Kelly Anne Novara 



COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND 
HUMAN PERFORMANCE 

Bachelor of Science 

Family Studies 

Kelley Marie Baker 
Rhonda Johnson Bennett 
Jessica Kara Bert 
Georgia Demogiorgas 
Deborah Lynn Dyroff 
Stacey Michelle Endelson 
Gayle Michelle Gershengom 
*Sharon Elissa Goldman 
Jean C. Hajdenberg 
Kristen Anne Learner 
Judy Jisook Lee 
Kristina Elena Liacuris 
Angela Nicole Morton 
Parol Famey NeSrruth 
Nikki Alana Poindexter 
Eliana Shifra Porath 
Michelle Robin Prensky 
Karen Emily Reynolds 
Sara Meredith Rice 
Kanokon Ruabruam 
Cornell Russell 
Kimberly Ann Sacks 
Rachel Allison Smith 
Jami Michelle Vlachos 



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RGRADUAT 



AUGUST 199 



Health Education 

Marci Caren Jacobson 
Karen Rachel Oik 

Kinesiological Sciences 

tAlicia Leslie Conine 
Maria Angelique Fister 
tTracy Armand Gray 
Christopher Douglas Maltman 
Denise S. Perrelli 
Leonard James Phillips 
Melissa Sue Price 
Sara Kathleen Squires 
Patrick I. Trimor 
Tracy Lynn Webb 

Physical Education 

Panagiotis George Siarkas 



COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 

Bachelor of Arts 

Journalism 

Heather Alison Bancroft 
Ryan Stewart Batty 
Kristen Lynn Belcourt 
Leah Michele Bibbo 
tRandolph Thomas Bishop 
•Diana Mary Virginia Fairbanks 
Kelly I^atricia Girth 
Matthew James Graves 
Karon Funmiola Greene 
Sandra Kay Lam 
Maria LoPiccoIo 



COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Biochemistry 

Belinda Lee Bunke 
Hanna Ghazi Hanania 
Hyun Cheol Kim 

Biological Sciences 

Dexter Anthony Andrews 
Thomas Daniel Bamhart 
Daniel Thor Bergstralh 
James Martin Brock 
Liesje Anne Buckley 
Colleen Heather Byrd 
Westley Chang 
Christopher Jason Cornell 
Michael ]. Crawford 
Julia Mary Crussiah 
Tliomas Martin Dearie 
Tracey Lauren Decter 
Kimberly Duong Do 
Daniel Bruce Fitzgerald 
Sarah Elizabeth Forbes 
Susan Hilary Furr 
Peter A. Genis 
Nazanine Gharagozlou 
Era Goel 

Angela Elaine Gubematis 
tAngela Rae Haines 
Michele Cecile Henley 
Jasraj Suresh Joglekar 
Tara Anne Keane 
Yvonne Margot Keller 
Edward Bong Han Lee 
Patricia Jia-Pey Lee 
Connie Lynn Morton 
Gregory L. Morton 
•Gila Ida Neta 
•Olga Nikiforova 



Patricia Aileen Padrino 
Jared R. Plitt 
Yolanda Ragland 
Lida Kiaee Salmani 
Eric H. Smith 
Carin Darlene Stringer 
Robin Nicole Talley 
James Alfred Taylor 
Christopher James Tennant 
Lang Thi Tran 
Deborah Louise Wagner 
Melissa Lynn Walker 
Melinda Elizabeth Williams 
Jennifer Helen Wright 

Chemistry 

Katie Jean Grover 
Holly Ann Orletsky 
Douglas Stewart Purvis 

Microbiology 

Kristi Denice Bottner 
Jennifer Lee Cooperson 
Patti Ann Dvmsavage 
Nicole Renee Kochan 
Yuen M. Lee 
Meghan Eileen Loftus 
Shirin Cheraghi Noabadi 
Ghislaine Laissa Ouedraogo 



UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 

Bachelor of Arts 

Individual Studies 

Gabeyehu Adugna 

Michael John Schuster 

Bachelor of Science 

individual Studies 

Jeremy Seth Goldman 
tElena Christina Gournelos 
Mark Kenneth Oxenberg 

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS- 
AUGUST 1997 

Afro-American Studies 
Certificate 

William David Hubbard 
Marsha Dawn Jackson 
Basheera-Alia James 
Nikki Alana Poindexter 

Women's Studies Certificate 

Cory Alison Smith 




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§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude ' cum Laude 



Candidates for 

Graduate 

Degrees 

December 1997 
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

Vance H. Adams Mechanical Engineering Natural Convection Cooling of an 
Army of Heat Sources on a Horizontal Substrate in a Narrow-Aspect-Ratio 
Enclosure 

Myoung-Hwan Ahn Meteorology A Neiv SO2 Retrieval Algorithm Using ToMs 
Radiance Data 

Elizabeth M. Aitken Education PoUcy, Planning and Adminish'ation 
Teacher as Self: A Hermeneutic-Phenomenological Investigation of Narrative 
Inquiry in Community 

Cara D. Akeriey English Language & Literahare The She-Gallants 

Saubhe Al-Dellemy Sociology Personal and Social Factors Associated with Social 
Responsibility Among Arab Students in the U.S. 

Diane L. Alonso Psychology Tlie Effects of Individual Differences in Spatial 
Visualization Ability on Dual Task Performance 

Anita K. Amla CivU Engineering Airfield Pavement Condition Forecasting Using 
a Neural Netzvork 

Santiago E. Arteaga Applied Mathematics Nonlinear and Parallel Algorithms 
for Finite Element Discretizations of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations 

Nancy L. Atkinson Health Education Perceptual Factors that Influence the 
Adoption of an Interactive CD-ROM Application for Health Education 

Michael D. Audley Physics A Broad-Band Spectral and Timing Study of the X- 
Ray Buiary System Centaurus X-3 



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Marilyn A. Austin Human Development Possible Interacting Factors Associated 
With the Borderline Personality Disorder 

Manuel Ayres, Jr. Civil Engineering A Rational Probabilistic Analysis for 
Flexible Pavement Performance 

Jose A. Barela Kinesiology Development of Postural Control: The Use of 
Somatosensoni Information 

Steven A. Bamett Economics Essays on Budget Deficits and Debt 

Daniel C. Becker History Marriage and Sexuality in Early Modem Navarra and 
Guipuzcoa 

Kathleen P. Bell Economics The Transportation-Land Use Linkage 

Virginia Bell Comparative Literature Narratives of Treason: Postnational 
Historiographic Tactics and Late Twentieth-Century Fiction in the Americas 

Karen K. Bernard Music Prejudice, Pride, and Economics: The Neglected Danish 
Operas of Carl Nielsen 

Fassil B. Beshah CivU Engineering Performance ofFRP Reinforced Concrete 
Beams and Slabs 

Susan C. Boemer Library and Information Services A Study of Novice 
Searchers' Topic Knowledge 

Debra B. Bowman Agricultirral and Extension Education An Analysis of 
Survivors Reactions to Dozvnsizing in an Educational Organization Based on 
Psychological and Social Theories: Implications for Planning Organizational 
Change 

Susan L. Brandt Counseling and Personnel Services The Perceived Impact of 
Counseling Involving Dream Interpretation for Women Exploring Their Sexual 
Orientation 

Dan Brasoveanu Chemical Physics Analysis of Gaseous Fuel Air Mixing and 

Flame Stability 

Douglas M. Brattebo Government and Politics Presidential Homework: 
Executive Preparation for Personal Diplomacy 



CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATE DEGREES, DECEMBER 1997 



Marc-Raleigh Brescia Chemistry Approaches to the Total Synthesis of 

Pseuiionwiuc Acuis 

Loma B. Browne Industrial, Technological & Occupational Education What 
Dot's it iVli'iiN (c) be a Noncustodial Father 

Christine M. Burkhatter Economics The Credibility of Campaign Promises: 

"Cheap I'alk by Candidates 

Peter F. Caffrey Chemistr\' Size Distributions, Sources, and Dry Deposition of 
.Mnwsphenc Particles in Southern Lake Michigan 

William F. Campbell Meteorology Generalized Computational Optimization of 
Numerical Models 

□isabeth Cannon English Language & Literature Growth of Consciousness: 
The Uibyniith as an Archetype in George Eliot's Novels 

Valerie A. Cappola Marine, Estuartne and Environmental Sciences Patterns of 
Evolution and Biodiversity of Stomatopod Cruslaces: A Cladistic Study 

Curtis P. Cartson Economics SOj Control by Electric Utilities 

Kathleen A. Celdc Health Education A Case Study of the Termination of the 
Developing Community Service Program Within the College of Health and Human 
Performance 

Julie A. Cdestin Criminal Justice and Criminology The Definition of 
Community: Implications for Areal Studies 

Anuradha Chakicheria Molecular and Cell Biology Investigation of the Role of 
Unusual Aniuio Acids in the Processing and Secretion of the Lantibiotic Subtilin 

Chien-Hwa Chang Electrical Engineering Advances in 2D Semiconductor Dei'ice 
Modeling by the Spherical Harmonic, Hydrodynamic and Drift-Diffusion Methods 

Brett Chapman Criminal Justice and Criminology Prosecutorial Discretion: An 
Examination of the Decision to Seek the Death Penalty in the State of Pennsylvania 

Michael P. Chen-Young Economics A Consolidated Approach to Government 

Spending 



Chung-Nsin Chen Electrical Engineering Nanofabrication of High Temperature 

Superconductor foscphson junction 

Hua-Wei Chen Biochemistry Enzymatic Functions of the A7P Hydrolysis 
Subunits of the RecBCD Enzyme from E-Coli 

Po-Yueh Chen Electrical Engineering VLSI Architectures for Adaptive Image 

Compression 

Shiaw-Huei Chen Physics A Phase-Coherent Harmonic-Multiplying Inverted 
Gyrotwystron 

Shu-Fang Chen Curriculum and Instruction Developmentally Appropriate 

Curriculum in Action 

Jack C. Cheng Physics Experimental Studies of an X-Band Fundamental 

Frequency Coaxial Gyroklystron 

Tatyana Chernikova Agronomy Ozone Tolerance of Soybean Plants Exposed to 

Ambient and Elei'ated Carbon Dioxide 

Kwo-Fu Chiang Mechanical Engineering Dispersion of Contaminant Released 
from a Line Source at the Wall of a Turbulent Boundary Layer 

Li-Ling Chuang Linguistics Long Distance Anaphora & Multiple Feature 

Checking 




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Young Chun Sociology Reducing Nonresponse in Establishment Suroeys: A Two- 
Stage Experimental Stiuiy 

Yu-Fen Chung Mathematical Statistics Generalized Estimating Equations for 
Spatial Regression 

Barbara A. Claffey Agricultural and Resource Economics Interest Groups, 
Wealtli and Competition for Federal Outlays 

Christa J. Clarke Art History Defining Taste: Albert Barnes and the Promotion of 
African Art in the United States 

Michelle B. Clarke Chemistry As, Cd and Cu Speciation in Anoxic Waters: An 
Investigation of Oligomerization 

Nancie W. Clarke Education Policy, Planning and Administration Life-Long 
Learning and Adult Development: A Woman's Perspvctive 

Rose M. Codling Curriculum and Instruction An Evaluation of Running Start: 
A Reading Motivation Program for First-Graders 

Kelly K. Cookson Psychology Acoustic Startle in Budgerigars and Animal Models 
ofPTSD 

Lynn A. Cooper Entomology The Effects of Alternative Selective Pressures and 
Genetic Bottlenecks on the Evolution of Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis Virus 

Stefano P. Coraluppi Electrical Engineering Optimal Control of Markov 
Decision Processes for Performance and Robustness 

Steven R. Corley Physics Hawking Spectrum and High Frequency Dispersion 

Donald M. Comwell Electrical Engineering Compact Diode Laser Wind Lidar 

Laura L. Comwell Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Policy Tools 
for Environmentally Sustainable Development: Environmental Bonds and 
Participatory Dynamic Simulation Modeling 

Victoria K. Cox Spanish Language & Literature La Tirania de Las Moras: Las 
Representaciones de Los Calendarios Andino y Cristiano en El Texto de Guaman 
Poma de Ayala 



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Timothy J. Crowley Chemical Engineering Optimal Control of Molecular Weight 
Distribution for Polymer Reactors 

Martha L. Dang Biochemistry Studies of Spa K and Spa R, Two Components of a 
Signal Transduction System That Regulate the Spa Operon and the Expression of 
the Lantibiotic Subfilinin B. subtilis 

Diganta Das Mechanical Engineering Extended Temperature Range Electronics: 
Availability and Behavior 

James C. Davis Agricultural and Extension Education The Relationship of 

Community Stakeholder Participation to the Effectiveness of U.S. Agency for 
Internatiorml Deivlopment- Assisted Non-Governmental Organization 
Agricultural and Natural Resources Development Projects 

Diane L. Devaul American Studies Motherwork: Quilts and Art 

Rujikom Dhanawittayapol Physics Investigation of the Mathematical Formulations 

of (4,0) Supjergravtty 

Adam L. Dobrin Criminal Justice and Criminology The Effect of Offending 
Lifestyles on Homicide Victimization 

Michael A. Doherty Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences 

Biochemical Toxicology of Herbicide Mixtures to "Thalassiosira weisflogii" 

Bruce A. Douglas Electrical Engineering Control of a Flexible Astronomical 
Mirror 

Rosemarie T. Downer Human Development Children's Psychological Well-being 
as a Function of Housing Status and Process Resources in Low-income Families 

Joseph Draznin Journalism Nezvs Coverage of Terrorism: The Media Perspective 

Cathy C. Durham Business and Management Effects of Task & Incentive 
Interdependance Among Teams On Unit Motivation, Interaction Processes, 
Performance, and Satisfaction 

Augustine I. Duru Business and Management Residual Income in Corporate 
Performance and Executive Contracts 



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DEGREES, DECEMBER 1997 



Jeanne A. DussauH Curriculum and Instruction Implementation of NCTMs 
Profe^ifunuil Sttimlatiis Lliin;^ Nonwutine Problem Solving 

Ricardo Echepare Linguistics The Syntax of Illocutionan/ Force 

Thomas A. Edison Chemical Engineering Thermophysical Properties of Fluids 
and Fluid Mixtures, Iiuiuding Critical Fluctuation Effects 

Nadia Ennaciri Nuclear Engineering The Mixing of Air and Steam in a Natural 
Convection Enclosure 

Britt E. Erickson Chemistry Molybdenum Speciation in Sulfidic Natural Waters 

Pedro I. Espina IVlechanical Engineering Study of an Underexpanded Annular 
Wall let Past on Axisymmetric Backward-Facing Step 

Micky D. Eubanks Entomology Ecology & Evolution of Omnivory in Heteropter 
Insects 

Zina L. Evans Counseling and Personnel Services Impact of College on Self - 
Concept Development in Black Women College Students 

Diane M. Everman History The Aqueduct at Caesarea Maritima 

Chung-Chieh Fang Electrical Engineering Analysis and Control of DC-DC 
Switching Converters 

Mary J. Flaherty Psychology Recruitment and Retention ofAt-Risk Parents for 
Violence Prevention Parent Training Programs 

Warren B. Focke Physics X-Ray Properties of Compact Galactic Accretion 
Sources 

Larry W. Forrester Kinesiology A Dynamical System Perspective on the 
Development of Running: Loiver Limb Coordination in the Developmental 
Transition from Walking to Running 

Christine A. Fortin French Language and Literature Theatre Forain: Culture 
Francaise 



Michael J. Frame Aerospace Engineering Analytical Solutions of Hypersonic 
Type IV Shock Interactions 

Thomas H. Frank American Studies Resituating Literature: Belief and the 
Cultural Work of Narrative 

Bernard A. Frankpitt Electrical Engineering Robust Control of Hidden Markov 
Models From Input-Output Information 

John H. Fyock, Jr. Psychology The Use of Stereotypes in Strategic 

Self -presentation 

Monica R. Gabbidon Biochemistry Binding Study of RecBCD to Nucleic Acids 

Sanjeev Gandhi Texhles and Consumer Economics Study ofCellulosic 
Smoldering Using a Simulated Ignition Source and Thermal Imaging 

Michele M. Gates Aerospace Engineering A Semi- Empirical Method of 
Predicting On-Orbit Single Event Effect Rates Due to Heavy Ions 

HIippo Gavelli Mechanical Engineering Transport & Mixing of a Volume of 
Fluid in a Complex Geometry 

Parke T. Godfrey Computer Science An Architecture and Implementation for a 
Cooperative Database System 

Jose 0. Gonzalez Mathematics On a Category of "Uniform" Spaces 

Lynda Grahlll English Language and Literature Hunchbacks in Literature 

April N. Greenan Music The Instrumental Eingnng in the Classical Era 

Kevin C. Greenaugh Nuclear Engineering Accident Induced Buoyancy Flows in 

Multi-Lrvel Nuclear Facilities 

Joseph A. Gregor Klectrical Engineering Characteristics and Time Evolution of a 
Magnetized Hollow Cathode Glow Discharge in Air 

Charles W. Griffiths Economics Economic Development, Deforestation, and 

Fuelu'uod Management 



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Jaroslaw Gryz Computer Science Syntactic and Semantic Optimization of 
Database Queries 

Yue Guan Nuclear Engineering System Behavior and Phenomena Logic 
Modeling and Its Integration with Probabilistic and Deterministic Methods 

Carol Guglielm Music Musical Life in America as Reflected in the Musical Press 
1820-1852 

Ihab Hafez Ci\-il Engineering Development of a Simplified Asphalt Mix Stability 
Procedure for Use in Superpave Volumetric Mix Design 

Domokos Haido Government and Politics On a Vindication of Natural Society: 
Edmund Burke's Critique of Modern Political Rationalism 

Mamatha Hanumappa Horticultuje Phytochrome Characterization of a 
Photoperiod Insensitive Mutant in Barley, Hordeum Vulgare L 

Lisa P. Hargrove Psychology T)ie Interrelationships Among the Racial Identities, 
Wonwnist Identities, and Body Images of Black Women 

Pamela M. Harman Hearing and Speech Sciences Rhyme Production in Patients 
With Left and Right Hemisphere Damage 

Melissa L. Harrison Applied Mathematics Frames and Irregular Sampling From 
a Computational Perspective 

Rana Hasan Economics Productivity Crmrth and Technological Progress in a 
Reforming Economy: Evidence from India 

James E. Haynes Philosophy Semantic Natii'ism and the Language of Thought 

James T. Heaton Psychology The Role of Descending Forebrain Projections and 

Auditory Feedback 

Deborah W. Heicklen Mathematics Decreasing Sequences of o-Algebras in 

Ergodic Theory 

John F. Heidelberg Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Seasonal 
Abundance in the Bacterioplankton and Zooplankton-Attached Populations of 
Bacteria y Subclass of the Proteobacteria, Vibrio/ Photobacterium, Vibrio 



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cholerae/Vibrio mimicus, Vibrio vulnificus and Vibrio cincinnatiensis in the 
Choptank River, Md. 

Robert L Hicks Agricultural and Resource Economics A Spatial Model of 
Dolphin Avoidance by Tuna Fishermen in the ETP 

Stephen D. Hight Entomology Host Range Expansion by Eudryas Unio 
(Hubner), an Oligophagous Lepidopteran Herbivore, on to an Introduced Plant 
Species, Lythrum Salicaria L 

Robert L Hoffman Applied Mathematics Optimization In Air Traffic Control: 
Ground Delay Problems 

Amanda A. Honeycutt Economics Marriage, Divorce, and the Impacts on 
Children: Using State Laivs to Identify Causal Relationships 

Michael J. Horswell Spanish Language & Literature Transculturation of Gender 
and Sexuality in Andean Colonial Historiograph 

l-Chun Hsieh Music Brahms' Violin Compositions 

John K. Hsu Chemistry T)w Synthesis and Characterization of Metallo-12- 
Enedithiolates; 2,3-Disulfidothiophenes: and 2-Sulfido-3-Oxidothiophenes 

Xiaolan Huang Economics Three Essays on the Economic Analysis of Smoking 

Yi-Hui Huang Journalism Public Relations Strategies, Relational Outcome and 

Conflict Management 

Brent M. Hueth Agricultural and Resource Economics Three Essays on 
Agricultural Policy Design Under Asymmetric Information 

Vehel S. Hushwater Physics Casimir Forces, Quantum Fluctuations and Related 

Topics 

Karen H. Hyllegard Textiles and Consumer Economics An Investigation of 

Ethnic Patterns of Gift Expenditure in Tliree Product Categories: Clothing, Toys 
and Money 

Diane S. Illig Sociology Instrument Development for Assessing the Dynamics of 
the Division of Labor Within Lesbian and Gay Households and Families 



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Shelley M. Jackson English Language and Literature Writers of the (R)evohi- 
tioii: Contemporary Southcni Fiction in Black and Wliite 

Joeri J. Jacobs Physics Transient Chaos 

Marian D. James Health Education Risk and Resiliency Factors that 
Contribute to and Protect Against Adolescent Violence 

Valerie C. Johnson Goxemment and Politics The Political Consequences of Black 
Suburbanization: Prince George's County, Maryland, 1971-1994 

Tod L Jones English English Language and Literature Christianity and 
Cidture: Matthew Arnold, Charles Kingsley and the Broad Church Movement 

Kiranjit Kaur Journalism The Impact of Privatization on Public Relations and the 
Role of Public Relations Management in the Privatization Process: A Qualitative 
Analysis of the Malaysian Case 

Christopher M. Keane Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences 
Texture-based Ceomorphic Classification from a Single Source 

Stefan Kehrtuum Applied Mathematics Hamiltonian Formulations of the 
Equilibrium Conditions Governing Elastic Rods: Qualitative Analysis and 
Effective Properties 

Melody S. Kelley Business and Management Comparative Advertising and 
Processing Coals: Implications for the Advertised and Comparison Brands 

Brian L Kemp Aerospace Engineering Kinematic Modes and Assumed Strain in 
Finite Element Modeling 

Navin Keswani Mathematics Relatwe ETA-Invariants and C* Algebra K-Theor^/ 

Khalll A. Khan Mechanical Engineering Nonlinear Interactions in Structures 

Duduzile L. Khoza Education Policy, Plarming and Administration 
Recruitment and Selection Practices Influencing the Advancement of Women to 
Administrative Positions in SA University 

Misha L Kilmer Applied Mathematics Regularization of Ill-Posed Problems 



Sue H. Kim Counseling and Personnel Services Applying Attachment Theory 
to Supen'ision: Influence of Trainee Attachment on Satisfaction, the Supervisory 
Relationship, and Perceptions of Supervisory Sh/le 

Ki-Seog Ko Government and Politics Politico-Economic Theory of Public Social 

Welfare 

Maria J. Ko Health Education Maternal Characteristics and Experiences in 
Seeking Medical Care Associated with the Immunization Status of 2-Year-Olds: A 
Secondary Analysis of the National Maternal and Infant Health Survey 

Padma Kodali Engineering Materials Mechanical and Tribological Properties of 
Ion Beam Processed Surfaces 

Sanjay Kodiyalam Physics Computational Molecular Dynamics Applications In 

Semiconductors 

Robert C. Kohout Computer Science Guaranteeing Safety in the Presence of 
Moving Obstacles 

Kimberly R. Kolos Mechanical Engineering Capillary Pumped Loop Evaporator 
Performance Investigation 

Christos Kostopoulos Economics The Size Distribution of Manufacturing 
Establishments: Impact of Economic Institutions and Policies 

Roza KoUyar Physics Coherence, Disorder and Interaction in Coupled Quantum 

Dot Arrays 

Constance A. Krach Sociology The Effects of Multiple Role Obligations and 
Gender on the Caregiving Experience: An Examination of Spousal and Adult- 
Child Caregivers 

Subramanian Krishnan Mechanical Engineering Design for Manufacture: An 
Integrated System for Injection Molding and Muling 

/Uny L. Kristof-Brown Business and Management The Goldilocks Pursuit in 
Organizational Selection: How Recruiters Form and Use hnpressions of Person- 
Organization 



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Tekin A. Kuirt Chemical Engineering Dynamic Modeling and Optimization of 
Micro-hotplate Gas Sensors 

Shyam Kuttikkad Electrical Engineering Construction of2-D and 3-D Site 
Models From SAR Imagery 

Seogyong Lee Kinesiology Mechanical Control and Coordination in Kicking 

Tsu-Shun Lee Chemical Engineering Biodegradation Strategy for TDG and QL 

Degradation 

Carrie L. Leonard Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Physical- 
Biological Interactions in the Equatorial Pacific 

Stephen R. Leventhal Goveinment and Politics A Nonlinear Analysis of Battle 
Death Data 

Mien Li Electrical Engineering Computer-Aided Methodology for IC Process and 

Dei'ice Manufacturing 

Pen C. Li Electrical Engineering Effects of Nonlinear Distortions on DS/CDMA 
Satellite and Wireless Terrestrial Systems — Performance Analysis and System 
Design 

Xuliang LI Plant Biology Synthesis and Assembly of Vacuolar H+ - AtPase in 
Oat 

Yang Li Business and Management Time-Varying Performance of International 
Mone\i Managers 

Yao W. Li Mechanical Engineering Spatically Weighted Fiber-optic Sensors for 
Vibration Modal, Filters of Flexible Structures 

Yuan H. Li Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation Multidimensional IRT 
Equating 

James H. LIde History Transforming Morocco: Environmental Change and Social 
Order in the Gharb, 1912-1956 

Michael C. Lidell Plant Biology Characterization of the Pseudomonas syringae 
Pss 61 hop I and U operons attd Analysis of their Role in Aurgene Function 



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Paschalis Ligdas Electrical Engineering Adaptive Power Control for Fading 
Channels 

Samuel J. Lightwood Mathematics Full Capacity Tiling Families and the 
Embedding of Subshifts 

Hung-Jen Lin Electrical Engineering New Approaches to Fault Cliaracterization 
of Resistive Shorts 

Wane-Jang Lin Civil Engineering Modern Computational Environments for 
Seismic Analysis of Highway Bridge 

Sharon X. Ling Mechanical Engineering A Generic Multi-Domain Rayleigh Ritz 
Thcrmotnechanical Stress Analysis Model for Surface -Mount Interconnects 

Deborah D. Unnell Counseling and Personnel Services The Double ABC-X 
Model as a Predictor of Maternal Coping for Socially Disadvantaged Mothers and 
Their First-Born Children 

Susan J. Lockhart Health Education Gender Differences in the Social Context of 
Drinking Among American Military Personnel 

Bin Lu Plant Biology Coat Protein Interactions in Tobacco Mosaic Tobamovirus: 
Implications in Viral Disassembly and Cross Protection 

Alicia A. Lucksted Psychology Empowerment Among People With Serious 
Mental Illness 

Eric D. Lund Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences The Role of 
Essential Fatty Acids in Striped Bass Reproduction 

Anders R. Lunt Speech Communication The Reinvention of Preaching 

Rui Lug Chemistry Efficietit Solvation Models, Their Applications in PKas and 
Sail-Bridge Energies 

Cedric M. Lynch Education Policy, Planning, and Administration A Study of 
the judgment of Teachers and Administrators of the Implementation of the Effective 
Schools Correlates and Student Achievement in Selected Title 1 ESEA Urban 
Elementary Schools 



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DEGREES, DECEMBER 1997 



Roberta S. Maguire English Language & Literature Everyday Blues: Walker 
Percy, Albeit Murray ami the Consolation of Art 

Vikram Manikonda Electrical Engineering Control of a Class of Mechanical 
Systems until Syninielry 

Margaret P. Maslanka English Language & Literature The Myth Made Me Do 
It: The Influence of Navajo and Chippeiva Creation Stories on Transcribers and 
Fiction Readers 

Linda R. Matesevac Human Development Compliance to a Medication Regimen: 
Children in Emotional Support Classes, Kindergarten Through Tivelfth Grades 

Zoran Matic Reliability Engineering A Methodology for Prohalistic PIn/sics of 
Failure 

Gilberto A. Matos Computer Science Analysis and Applications of Receptive 
Safety Properties in Concurrent Systems 

John D. McClelland Econoniics An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of 
Environmental Regulation on the Pulp and Paper Industry 

Bonrta D. McClenny Human Development Emotion Regulation in Bulimia 
Nervosa: Physiological Correlates of Reactivity 

Sean E. McCluskie Government and Politics The Political Economy of 
Privatization in Eastern Europe: The Cases of Poland and the Czech Republic 

Margaret M. McGowen Chemistry Pseudomonas Putida 3-Carboxy-Cis, 
Cis-Muconate Lictonizing Enzyme and Bacillus Subtilis Adenylosuccinate Lyase: 
Mechanistic and Evolutionary Relationships 

Donald P. McNeilly History Plantations and the Formation of Arkansas Society 
lS19-}St,l 

Michael C. Mejza Business and Management A Model of Relative Compliance 
Efficiency in the Motor Carrier Industry 

Manoel G. Mendonca Neto Computer Science An Approach to Improving 
Existing Measurement Frameworks 



Deborah S. Metzel Geography "Inextricably Linked": A Recent Geography of 
People Willi Menial Retardation 

Joyce A. Miller American Studies The Southern Belle in American Cinema 

Doo H. Min Agronomy Assessing the Effectiveness of Forage Crops to Utilize 
Nitrogen and Phosphorus from Manure 

Florin Moldoveanu Physics Determination of Dispersion Map of an Optical Fibre 

Angela M. Moore Pannley Criminal Justice and Criminology The Effects of 
Arrest and Victim Characteristics on Misdemeanor Domestic Violence 

Raymond Morales-Morales Chemistry Ozone, Carbon Monoxide and 
Hydiocarhons in the Bulliinore Metropolitan Area 

Ricardo J. Moran Chemistry Reactivity of Photochemically Generated 
Dianilnitrenium Ions 

David E. Mortln Reliability Engineering A Comparison Between Deterministic 
and Probabilistic Thermal Fatigue Modeling of Wires and Wire Bonds and 
Microelectronic Packages 

Safa Motlagh Chemistry Analysis of Gas Phase Radicals After Conversion to 
Tellurides 

Marianne M. Murawski Music Theory Through World Music 

Keiko Muromatsu linguistics Integral Relations 

Tracy G. Myers Psychology Parenting and Community Violence: An Exploration 
of Maternal and Child Adjustment 

Diana P. Nagel Counseling and Personnel Services Mosf and Least Helpful 
Events in Career Counseling: An Exploratory Counseling Process Study 

Mahir A. Nayfeh Electrical Engineering Bifurcation Analysis and Control of 
Surge and Stall in Aeroengine Compressors 

Tao Ni Reliability Engineering Development of Partial Failure Analysis Method 
in Probabilities Risk Assessments 



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Eiichiro Nishizawa Agricultural and Resource Economics Water Pollution from 
Agrtcultiirc in the Context of Land Use Planning 

Douglas P. O'Bannon Business and Management Top Management Team 
Composition: A Strategic Decision-making Perspective of the Homogeneity- 
Hetereogeneity Debate 

Michael E. O'Connell Geology Processes Affecting the Discharge of Nitrate From 
a Small Agricultural Watershed at Different Flow Conditions, Maryland Coastal 
Plain 

John D. Occhipinti Go\'emment and Politics Behavior in Institutions 

Sun H. Paik Molecular and Cell Biology Isolation and Characterization of 

Sublanun, A Neiv lantibiotic From B. Subtilis 

Jeyasuria Pancharatnam Marine, Estuarine and Enviromnental Sciences The 
Molecular Basis for Sex Determination in Reptiles: A Role for Cytochrome 
P450arom 

Smaroula G. Paraskevoudakis Journalism The Image of Women in Tivo Leading 
Greek-American Neicspapcrs: 1900-1949 

Dillp K. Patro Business and Management An Empirical Analysis of Country 
Funds and Their Role in Emerging Market Finance 

Thomasina D. Piercy Curriculum and Instruction Describing the Growth of 

Readers Withm a Program of Integrated Reading Comprehension Strategies 

William J. Piercy Curriculum and Instruction Factors Motivating Members of 

the School Community to Participate on a School Improi'ement Team 

Robert C. Post Education Policy, Planning and Administration A Model for 
the Dei'ehfiment of an Instructional System for Designing Food Safety Instruction 
for Adult Consumers 

Gautam B. Prakash Biochemistry Photoadducts of Thymine at the 5,6 Positions 

Andrew F. Ptak Physics X-ray Constraints on Accretion & Starburst Processes in 
Galactic Nuclei 



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Haibing Qiao Mechanical Engineering An Experimental Investigation of Gentle 

SpiUmg Breaking Water Waves 

□sje A. Quadrelli Chemistry The Interaction of Cyclopentadyenil Hydride 
Derivatives of Modi) unth Electrophilic Reagents 

Ramesh Ramachandran Poultr\' Science Morphological Studies on Pituitary 
Somatotrophs and Lictotrophs During Reproductive Cycle of the Turkey Hen 

Stephen A. Ramsey Physics Nonequilibrium Dynamics of Quantum Fields in 
biflationarxi Cosmology 

Claudia U. Ranniger Aerospace Engineering Joint Angle and Muscle Activity 
Cliaracteristks of the Hand During Simulated Extravehicular Activities 

Farrokh Rashid Farrokhi Electrical Engineering Combined Power Control and 
Space-Time Diversity in Wireless Communication 

Chris L. Rasmussen Curriculum and Instruction Students' Understanding of 
Qualitative and Numerical Methods of Analysis of Differetitial Equations 

Marion V. Recktenwald Government and Politics Russian Influences on Political 

Beliavior of Diaspmra in Ukraine 

Kevin P. Rhoads Chemistry Observations of Trace Species in the Marine 

Trofiosphere 

Prabaddh R. Riddhagni Nuclear Engineering Numerical and Experimental 
Determination of Energy Deposited by Fast Electrons in Plastic Tubes and Wire 
Insulations 

Todd C. Riniolo Human Development Utilizing and Analyzing a Planned 
Unbalanced Research Design: Application for Psychophysiologists 

Jennifer E. Ritsher Psychology Depression Assessment of Russian Psychiatric 
Patients: A Cross-Validation of Measures 

Sharon E. Robbins Education PoUcy, Planning and Adnunistration The High 
School Principal as a Caring Professional 



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DEGREE 



DECEMBER 1997 



Russell J. Rockefeller History Their Officers and Magistrates: Executive 

Corirnnwnt in Colonial Maryland 1715 - 1776 

Brian E. Roe Agricultural and Resource Economics Deterministic Origins of 

Cyclical Adjustment in Managed Animal Populations 

Monique Roelofs Philosophy Aesthetic Experiences and Their Place in the Mind 

Mareia A. Rosado Agricultural and Resource Economics Willingness to Pay for 
Drinking Water in Urban Centers/A Case Study in Brazil 

Joseph D. Ross Public Conununication Child's Play: An Investigation ofFather- 
to-Son Messages in the World of Youth Athletics 

Randolph H. Rowel Health Education Reducing Interpersonal Violence Among 
Adolescents: Evaluating a School-Based Program for Youth in High-Risk 
Situations 

Shahed Rowshan Civil Engineering Decision Support System for Determining 
Remaining Life in AC Pavements 

Robyn A. Russow Human Development The Effects of Graphing Calculator 
Experiences on Conceptual Understanding of Algebra 

Robert G. Ryland Physics Application and Development of Scanning Tunneling 

Microscopy Techniques 

Suleyman Sahinalp Computer Science Locally Consistent Parsing with 
Applications to String Algorithms 

Manjrt S. Sahota Biological Resources Engineering Validation of Airflow 
Perturbation L'>evice and the Respiratory Mathematical Models Using Isolated 
Matured Sheep Lungs 

Sabrina Salam Business and Management The Effects of Technology, 
Subordinate Self- Efficacy, Leader Competence and Leader Integrity on Subordinate 
Participation Seeking 

Mohsen Salehi Mechanical Engineering Enhanced Convective and Pool Boiling 
of Refrigerant I Refrigerant Mixtures Using Electrical Field-Application to Compact 
Heat Exchangers 



Kay L. Sandow Health Education Quality of Life and the Post-CABC Patient 

Abhimanyu Saritar Molecular and Cell Biology Studies of the Mobility of the 
Transposable Element Hermes 

Jeffery M. Saul Physics Beyond Problem Solving: Evaluating Introductory 
Physics Curricula Through the Hidden Curriculum 

Inex A. Scholler-Jaquish Hducation Policy, Plarming and Admirustration 

Life- Altering Experience of Nurses with Severe Latex Sensitivity: A 
Phenomenological Study 

John D. Schwartz Recreation An Experiment to Determine the Effect of Catch and 
Catch-and-Release on Fishermen's Attitudes and Behaviors 

Lisa Schwartz Psychology Strategic Processing and Location-Based Negative 

Pruning 

Barbara C. Segnatelli Government and Politics Earning Citizenship: 
Intergencrational Socialization and the Role of the High School Civics Curriculum 
in Adolescent Efficacy 

Christos Seretis Chemical Engineering Control-Relevant Identification for 
Constrained and Nonlinear Systems 

Yousef Shafahl Civil Engineering Bus Maintenance System and Scheduling 

Ariana Shahinfar Human Development The Effects of Exposure to Violence on 

Preschool Children's Social Development 

Allison G. Sharp English Language & Literature Metadrama in Three Plays by 
Tennessee Williams 

Yin-Tzer Shih Applied Mathematics Upwind Finite Element Solutions for 

Convection-Diffusion Problems 

Kazutomu Shiokawa Physics Chaos, Stochasticity, Collectively in Quantum 

Systems and Ciinvd Spacetime 

Mohammad Shokouhian Civil Engineering Evaluation of Sources and Control of 

Pollutants in Urlnin/Suburban Runoff 



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Willa C. Siegel Human Development The Relationship o/Kisfo and Resilience in 
Non-Hispanic and Hispanic Post-Head Start Kindergarten Children 

Nathalie B. Simon Economics The Health Benefits of Air Pollution Reduction: 
The Case of Delhi, India 

Surinder P. Singh Electrical Engineering Simulation of Small Semiconductor 
Devices by Spherical Harmonic Expansion of the BTE 

Martina A. Sitcoslte Zoology Electrical Stimulation of Specific Rat Amygdaloid 
Nuclei Affects Seizure Induction and c-fos, NGFI-A, and BDNF MRNA 
Expression: A Functional Neuroanatomical Study 

Jin M. Song Zoology Probing the Structure-Function Relationships of Ion 
Cliannels That Form Large B-Barrels 

Junehwa Song Computer Science Structured Composite Multimedia Documents: 
Design and Presentation in a Distributed Environment 

Mustafa K. Sonmez Electrical Engineering Robust Speech Recognition by 
Topology Preserving Adaptive Vector Quantization 

Donald W. Sova Reliability Engineering An Architectural Model for Softzuare 
Reliability Quantification 

Richard E. Stamper Mechanical Engineering A Tliree Degree of Freedom Parallel 
Manipulator With Only Translational Degrees of Freedom 

S. A. Stavisky Kinesiology An Examination of the Latent Variables that 
Contribute to Student-Athlete Role Conflict 

David P. Stevens Geography Spatial Decision Support for Regional Planning in 
Developing Countries 

Kenneth P. Stewart Physics Infrared Optical Properties ofNd Ce CuO Thin Films 

Herbert K. Stniemper Electrical Engineering Motion Control for Systems on Lie 
Groups 

Laura D. Stubbs Mechanical Engineering Characterization, Analysis and 
Modeling of Fire-Protection Foams 



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Louann W. Stylianopoulos Art History Viewer and Decoration in the Early 
Christian Churches of Macedotiia Prima 

Sheiyao A. Su Computer Science Virtual Panels at Your Fingertips 

Alexandra M. Sullhfan Health Education A Study of the Relationship of Violated 
Expectations m the Maternal, Career and Marital Roles; Perceived Stress and 
Perceived Coping in Career Women Who Are First-time Mothers Over 30 in the 
First Year After the Births of Their Babies 

Mark W. Sullhfan Public Communication Dangerous Music: The Eternal Refrain 

Zairen Sun Plant Biology Molecular Cloning and Characterization ofCarotenoid 
and IPP Biosynthetic Genes by Genetic Cotnpletnentation 

Kirsten Sundeen Criminal Justice and Criminology The Psychobiologic, 
Sociomoral & Legal Development offuveniles on Death Row 

Craig A. Swanson History Race and American Images ofAlta California: (1790 to 

1846) 

Jose M. Taccetti Physics Gyroresonant Enhancement of the Interaction of an 
Annular Beam Free Electron Laser 

Vitaly Talyansky Physics Noi'el Field Effects in Heterostructures 

Peter D. Tamburello Physics Measurement of the Top Quark Production Cross 
Section m Proton- Antiproton Collisions of Center of Mass Energy of 1.8 TeV 

Dali Tan Comparative Literature Exploring the Intersection Between Gender 
and Culture — Rereading Li Qingzhao and Emily Dickirjson from a Comparative 
Perspective 

Lei Tang Aerospace Engineering Accurate Euler/Navier-Stokes Simulation of 
Helicopter Vortical Flows 

Sara A. Tangren Agronomy Quantitative Relationships Among Groimdioater, 
Plant Community, and Soil Morphology 



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Zenobia F. Taraporewala Molecular and Cell BioIog\' Structural Analysis of 
Tobamovirus Coat I'roteins: Elicitors of the N' Gene Hypersensitive Response in 
Nicotiana Sylvestris 

Jason A. Taylor Physics The Contribution of Continuum Reprocessing by Stellar 
Winds to AGN Specta 

Artemis G. Theodoropoulou Chemical Engineering Model Reduction and 
Temperature Uniformity Control for Rapid Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition 
Reactors 

Abraham Thomas Electrical Engineering Algorithms for Markov Decision 
Processer 

Ching-Jung Ting Civil Engineering Transfer Coordination in Transit Networks 

Louis J. Tranchitella Chemistry Synthesis Structure and Properties of New Early 
Transition Metal Sulfides, Selenides and Oxysulfides 

Vincent W. Tsai Engineering Materials Calibration of Atomic Force Microscopes 
with Silicon Atomic Step Artifacts 

James L Turk Music Critical Commentary on A.T. Greclmninov's Ail-Night 
Vigil, Op.59 

Hafeez Ullah Education Policy, Planning and Administration How Do 
Characteristics of Family Background and Teachers Affect Individuals' 
Achievement in Selected Rural Areas of Pakistan? 

Juanita L. Urban-Rich Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Copepod 
Fecal Pellet Contribution to Carbon Cycles 

Bart>ara A. Usher Human Development The Relation Between Disruptive 
Beliavior Problems, Self Worth and Perceived Competence in Middle Childhood 

Gregory H. Van Bavel Physics Riometer Dynamics 

Peggy N. Van Meter Human Development Contextual Prompt for Self 
Monitoring of Reading Comprehension: Effects of Feedback on Conceptual 
Knowledge Acquisition 



Gayatri Vanna Molecular and Cell Biology Glucosidase I, cDNA Cloning, 
Expression and Retention 

Ramakrishnan Venkataraman Electrical Engineering Modeling and Adaptive 

Control of Magnetostrictive Actuators 

Clare R. Voss Computer Science Interlingua-Based Machine Translation of 

Spatial Expressions 

Vijayanand Vusirikala Electrical Engineering Expanded-mode Lasers and Devices 
for Loiv-loss Coupling to Single-mode Fibers 

Robert I. Wakefield Journalism International Public Relations: A Theoretical 
Approach to Excellence Based on a Worldwide Delphi Study 

Chi Wang Electrical Engineering Modeling of Conductor, Dielectric Loaded 
Resonators, Filters and Double Ridge Waveguide T-junctions 

Li-Ching Wang Curriculum and Instruction Taiwanese Elementary Teachers' 
Mathematics Beliefs and the Relationship to Instructional Practices m the Context 
of Constructivist Curriculum Change 

Xiang J. Wang Mechanical Engineering Interface Effects on Wave Propagation 

Constance A. Warner Comparative Literature The Message of the fephthes Sive 
Votum: George Buchanan's Erasmian Humanist Statement on judges 11:29-40 

Donald E. Watts Music Toward an Understanding of the Pedagogical Value of 
Hierarchical Structure in Tonal Pitch Dictation 

Mary T. Weiner Human De\'elopment Raising Bilingual and Bicultural 

Children: Deaf Parents' Perceptions 

Katherine P. Weld Poultry Science The Response of Laboratory-Housed 
Nonhuman Primates to Physical Characteristics of Manipiilable Objects 

Michael E. White Aerospace Engineering Hypersonic Shock/Wave/Boundary 
Layer Interactions m the Vicinity of an Expansion Comer 



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Lynne A. Whitehead Microbiology Induction and Targeting ofChitinase and 
Agarase Degradation Systems in Membrane Structures of a Periphytic Marine 
Bacterium 

Diane Whitney Business and Management The Reciprocal Effects of Brand 
Extensions on Brand Knowledge 

Dorothy T. Williams Counseling and Personnel Services Public Perception 
Toward People With Disabilities and the Services That Should be Given to Them 

Reginald G. Williams Aerospace Engineering Experimental Investigation of the 
Flow Field Above a Plane Rectangular Wing at High Angles of Attack 

Karl E. Wommack Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences Aspects of 
the Ecological Role of Bacteriopliages 

Satapom Wuttiphan Engineering Materials Contact Damage and Fracture of 
Ceramic Layer Structure 

Bee-Lyong Yang Engineering Materials Conducting Diffusion Barriers and 
Ferroelectric Capacitors for High-Density Nonvolatile Memory 

Wei Ye Mechanical Engineering Numerical Investigation of Time-Dependent 
Three-Dimensional Navier-Stokes Flaws 



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Shui-Cheung Yip Mathematics Asymptotic Analysis of Quasilinear Perwoolic- 
Hyperbolic Equations Describing the Large Longitudinal Motion of a Light 
Viscoelastic Bar with a Heavy Attachment 

John D. Zacker Education Policy, Planning and Administration The Effects of 
Moral Reflection on University Student Judiciary Members Moral Judgement I 

Shun-Yong Zinn Chemical Physics Interfacial Phenomena in Fluids near a 

Critical Endpoint 

Diana G. Zoelle Government and Politics Globalizing Concern for Women's 
Human Rights 




CANDIDATES 



G R A D U A T 



DECEMBER 



DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Barbara J. Campbell Education Policy, Planning and Administration CImnges 
m Student Teachers' Thinking and Beliefs About Mathematics During the Student 
Teaching Experience 

Theresa M. Flak Education Policy, Planning and Administration An Inquiry 
Into the Lrtiiit'rs/iif) Orientations of Selected Women School Superintetidents 

Martina Hales Education Policy, Planning and Administration A Comparison 
of the Educational Progress of African-American Students Attending Single- 
Gender/Single-Race and Mixed-GenderlMixed-Race Classes 

Adrianne H. Kaufman Education Policy, Planning and Administration 
Identification and Description of Major Issues Impacting Secondary School 
Principals: Implications for Professional Development 



The December 1997 class roster comprises degree candidates from the graduate and 
undergraduate programs at the University of Maryland, College Park. As final action 
cannot always be taken for candidates by the time this program is printed, the list of 
candidates here is tentati%'e only. The university reserves the right to withdraw or add 
names. Diplomas (for other than doctoral degrees) will be mailed by the Office of 
Records and Registration. 



DOCTOR OF MUSIC 

Kenneth 0. Boulton Music The Piano Music ofElie Siegmeister 

Chih-Liang Cheng Music A Study of Handel's Violin Sonatas 

Jarrel B. Crowder Music The Passion of Robert Schumann 

Clifton D. Hardin Music Alessandro Grandi's Messa Seconda a Otto Voc 

l-Chun Hsieh Music Brahms' Violin Compositions 

Linda M. Kirkpatiick Music The Pedagogical Philosophies, Techniques and 

Methods of Flutist William Montgomery 

Ji-Sook Shin Music A Comparison Between the American and Korean Composers 
m the 20th Century 

Richard L. Spittel Music Bassoon Solos for Elementary and Imlermediate Level 
Students: An Annotated Guide 

Samuel R. Swift Music The Complete Works for Cello and Piano by Ludwig van 

Beethoven 

Jane L. Tavemier Music Elements of Obsession in Soprano Arias 

James L Turk Music Critical Commentary on A.T. Grechaninov's All-Night 
Vigil, Op.59 

Catherine J. Verrilli Music Federico Garcia Lorca: Words and Music A Study and 

Performance of Vocal Settings with Texts by Lorca 

JIa-Yue Yang Music The Performance in Selected Chopin Music 



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Candidates for 

Graduate 

Degrees 

December 1997 

MASTER OF ARCHFTECTURE 

Susan Elizabeth Alderfer 
Kristin Elizabeth Belz 
Robert Warren Blaser, Jr. 
Mark Edward Burlinson 
Sara Anne Cassidy 
Donna Gail Cooper 
Brian S. Dayhoff 
Candace Ann DeFelice 
Jose Luis Gomez 
Felix Ivan Gonzalez 
Laura Jeanne King 
Katherine Ann Leary 
Scott Evans Miller 
Huyen Khanh Thu Nguyen 
Jeffrey Jay Osmond 

2nd Degree: Community Planning 
Samantha Olan Nicole Palmisano 
Serge Plishevsky 
Janet Meyer Reynolds 
John Charles Richards III 
Manuel E. Rodriguez 
Michael Vance Scalingi 
Brian Christopher Shaklee 
Jane E. Steichen 
Thomas Francis Terranova 
Brooke Danielle Wortham 



MASTER OF ARTS 

American Studies 

Andrew Mackenzie Fellows 
Hugh Christopher Kim 
Jonathan Powell 
Tianhui Xu 

Applied Mathematics 

Irina Y. Bakhtina 
Andrew Robert Beiderman 
Taryn Damella Butler 
Xiaodong Guan 
Kimberly Ann Hopkins 
Binjing 
Lazaros D. Kikas 

Art History 

Amy Elizabeth Decker 
Tuliza Kamiratt Fleming 
Kate M. Grandjouan 
Christopher Lawrence Slogar 

Comparative Literature 

Katharine Lynn Burdette 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

Carolyn Rhone Hart 
Mary Darlene Hill 
Karen J. Kaminer 
Amy Margaret Keys 
Mary Elizabeth McNary 
Lewis Zients Schlosser 
Tanya Elizabeth Schmidt 
Susan Lyn Stubbs 
Theresa H. Yeh 

Criminal Justice and Criminology 

Katherine Ann Culotta 
Jennifer Lewis Hodgin 
Diane HiU Vann 



Michael J. Wilbur 
Shannon Christine Womer 

Economics 

Waleed Adel El-Ansary 
Kiran Dev Pandey 
Susan Marilyn Ribe 
Ran^i Michel Shammaa 
Lan Zhao 
Asta Zviniene 

Education Policy, Planning and 
Administration 

Anne Elizabeth Mullen 

English Language and Literature 

John Montgomery Bishop 
Edmond Y. Chang 
Christine M. Elliott 
Catherine Marie Romagnolo 
April Ann Shemak 
Veronica Yvette Stephens 
Daphne Leigh Swancutt 
Leslie Elizabeth Waters 



French Language and Literature 

Katherine Lynette Cooper 

Ge<^^phy 

Tom F. Allnutt 
Kirstin L. Beach 
Nancy W. Casey-McCabe 
Christopher Lee Haga 
Jay Mukherjee 
Mary Jean Pajak 
David Alan Shirey 

German Language and Literature 

Elisabeth Maria Burke 
Petra Susarme Hagen 

Government and Politics 

Kevin Michael Curow 
Geoffrey David Dabelko 
Kirsten La Cour Dabelko 
Maria Clemenda Davila 
Kristina Handy 
Jerry Bernard Moore 
Claire Louise Morgan 






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D F C F M B E R 



Thomas Riordan Morley 
Circe Lea Stumbo 
Matthew Owen Thomas 
Kate McGuire Wesley 
Hoke James Wilson 
Shiqing Xie 

HeaKh Education 

Laurie Ellen Barshay 
Sabrina Ann Matoff 
Cynthia L. Olson 
Jacquelyn Lee Vok 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Jennifer Hunt Appel 
Phyllis Josephine Bonelli 
Jessica Elizabeth Dancis 
Maria Vemice Dixon 
Suscm Vogts Hynes 
Ryan D. Jones 
Cherish Rebecca Oberzut 
Avigayil Basya Wiener 
Lydia M. Wildman 

Histoiy 

Ruth Woody Brannon 
Michael W. Dravis 
Michael R. Levin 

Human Development Education 

Shuhui Chiu 
Susan Joan Foy 
Qiang Song Ko 
Steven J. Kohn 
Betty Cha-Hua Ruei 
Evija Vestergaard 
Kimberly D. Wandzel 



Journalism 

Mark Gerald Binker 
Denita Sharae Bryant 
Ya-Chin Chang 
David Freeman 
Nicole Lisa Gill 
Loren Christopher Goloski 
Stephanie A. Kalinich 
Sunny Nicole Kaplan 
Gwen Lockard Killey Keenan 
J. Anthony Kendrick 
Patricia Geneva Lee 
Kim Maria LeDnff 
Yi-Sung Liu 
Joan Rita London 
Justin Arie Oppelaar 
David Michael Peikin 
Juliane Scholz 
Sonia Suzanne Taylor 
Harry Joseph Walsh 
Nicole Michelle Wise 

Kinesiology 

Emmanuel Coutoulakis 
Lisa Victoria DePasquale 
Jason Russell Fajardo 
Miyuki Iwamoto 
Kathleen Sharon Rodgers 
Debra Joan Sieminski 
April Cassandra Smith 
Lynne D. Tretter 
Katherine Dunlap Veazey 
Jamal K. Wakeem 

Linguistics 

Bruce Timothy Moren 



Mathematical Statistics 

Teching Chen 
Boris Kozintsev 
Zhuqing Sun 
Zhihao Mona Zhang 
23ienshao Zhong 

Mathematics 

John Robert Arras 
Ilya S. Kofman 
Mikhail G. Konikov 
Lev B. Vertgueim 

Measurement, Statistics and 
Evaluation 

Tina Leigh Fissel 
Michele Amy Graber 
Arthur C. HoUoway 
Barbara Anne Holton 
Ram Chandra Pokharel 
Raj Kumar Rai 

Philosophy 

Stephen Daniel Norton 

Psychology 

Lauren Elizabeth Bennett 
Karren D. Campbell 
Joshua Gordon Chinitz 
Dwight Dickinson 
Suzaruie Cecile Friedman 
Mark B. Johnson 
Susan Young Lee 
Mark Anthony Mann, Sr. 
Emilie Y. Nakayama 
Rhonda Michelle Patterson 
Aaron Benjamin Rochlen 
Kim Maria Thompson 
Jason Scott Zack 



Russian Language and Linguistics 

Laura Jeanne Sniith 

Sociology 

Richard Thomas Cooney, Jr. 
Jonathan David Finkelstein 
Jennifer Lynn Fortado 
David Edward Rohall 

Spanish Language and Literature 

James Mark Griesse 

Special Education 

Elizabeth Anne Caron 
Lisa Lee Simpson 

Speech Communication 

Monica Lou Gilmore 
Roxana Sofia Gitlin 

MASTER OF ARTS/MASTER OF 
LIBRARY SCIENCE, COMBINED 

Margaret Clare Alessi 
Paul David Lagasse 
Heather Lynn Moore 

MASTER OF BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 

Nedra Shermaine Adams 

Ankush Agarwal 

Laura Grace K. Bautista 

James A. Bell 

Annette Marie Bickel 

Anthony Wade Bogard 

Samir A. Choudhury 

Loretta G. Evivie 

Jermifer G. Faircloth 

Timothy John Garrity 

Maher Ghanoudi 

Etan Zvi Gopstein 

Tara Kathleen Elizabeth Gorman 

Angela Michele Graham 



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Anne Bronwyn Hazell 
Clara Elana Kagan 
Robert Steven Kline 
Richard Joseph Krygiel 
Pun For Li 
Craig Solon Mays 
Brian Francis Miller 
Lisa Catherine Morley 
Anant Padmanabhan 
Mary Lynne Pedersen 
Robert Lee Priest, Jr. 
Donna L. Rector 
Michele McClure Riley 
Christopher Robert Ryan 
Jennine S. Shohan 
Kamolrut Silapatkul 
John Kevin Steedman 
Sonny Susanto 
Robert Wayne Warren 
Patricia Baron Whittington 

MASTER OF BUSINESS 
MANAGEMENT/MASTER OF 
SCIENCE, COMBINED 

Aaron Becker 
David Leo Christel 
Guillermo Fernandez 
Michael Brian Hicks 
Jennifer Marie Jordan 
Gregory Donald Potteiger 
Arjuna J. Swaminathan 
Richard Harold Turtil 

MASTER OF COMMUNITY 
PLANNING 

Lu Chang 
David D. Noce 
Jeffrey Jay Osmond 

2nd Degree: Architecture 
Kelly Ann Schuler 



MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

KeUy Lynn Bassett 
Bennadine Virginia Carter 
Kevin Arthur EeUs, Sr. 
Alexis Louise Eykelbosch 
Esther Laila Ferrell 
Russell Martin Garrison 
Chris M. Goodson 
Diana Iniquez-Corlew 
Yuka Nakatsuji Jackson 
Keven I. Kamalieh 
Tina M. Kirby 
Cheryl Denise Kirkwood 
Gamett Jan Lindsay 
Anibal Mercado, Jr. 
Derrick William Myree 
Akemi Oshiro 
Bridget A. Pogue 
Guy Colby Pope 
Kimberly Dawn Swanson 
Jason K. Thompson 
Karen Jean Thurman 
Carmen R. Van Etten 
Debra Evans Wood 

Curriculum and Instruction 

Theresa Lee Barnes 
Sonya Sayer Charlton 
Martha Teresa Darling 
Reyna Marie Howard 
Tracy Paige Husted 
Angela Kristine Luecke 
Jeanne Paulette Tremonti 
Gila Chesnoff Tuchman 
Nicole Andrea Young 



Education Policy, Planning 
and Administration 

Ellen Yu Borkowski 
David A. Norment 

Human Development Education 

Alicia E. Ardila-Rey 
Maria Eugenia Carvajal de 

Guerrero 
Julia Ann Keener 
Mary Sue Krause 

Special Education 

Carol B. Bentley 
Catherine Elizabeth Fisher 
Allison Dawn Kutner 
Jacqueline Marie Loso 
F. Erika Moshirfur 
Faustina Akua Quist 
Wendy A. Roit 
Meredith Ann Savage 
Helen Theresa Rose Sherry 
Julie Kay Tomasik 
Shu-Hsien Tseng 



MASTER OF ENGINEERING 

Theodorus Widya Aristanto 
Maria Antonieta Arrieta 
Karen T. Bain 
Brian Anthony Boucher 
Jeffrey Lewis Busch 
Melvin Hufana Dedicatoria 
Alexander Charles Evans 
Temesgen Getahoun 
Robert Michael Hagood 
Ted Kakavas 
Kevin Mathew Kreide 
Sreelatha G. Pillai 
Tracey Marie Smith 
Steve John Verosto, Jr. 
Thomas David Viveiros 
Pinky A. Vyas 
Patrick Michael Williams 
Sze Hong Yau 




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EMBER 



MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

Creative Writing 

Ted Emmitt Howard 

Theatre 

Shu-Ting Chen 

MASTER OF LIBRARY 
SCIENCE 

Library and Infonnation 
Services 

Angela E. C. Friedel Arsenovic 
Rachel Bien 
Lisa Boccetti 
Michele S. R. Brown 
L. Olivia Cox 
Sara Willett Duke 
Karen M. Fedderlv 
Robert Richard Fendler, Jr. 
Elisabeth Johanna Filar 
Beth Charmaine Heinlein 
William Vaughn Jones 
Lori Ffcui Kabran 
Eleanor Cecelia Kelly 
Timothy William Liegey 
Trina Jane Magi 
Susan Joy Marder 
Sarah Elizabeth McGee 
Barbara Nell O'Bryen 
Catherine Ann Pavlik 
Nicole M. Pelsinsky 
Janet K. Robson 
Elizabeth Rice Spencer 
Karen Marie Stefanik 
Jeanne Ann Stinchcomb 
Jennifer Joanne Ward 
Leslie Michelle Weingarden 
Christopher M. Wright 



MASTER OF MUSIC 

You-Jin Cha 
Sheldon Scott Kurtzweil 
Cha-Ling Lai 
Rebecca G. Ocampo 

MASTER OF PUBLIC 
MANAGEMENT 

Anna Amato 
Ethan W. Brown 
Leslie S. McDowell 
Sarah Anne McLaughlin 

MASTER OF PUBLIC POLICY 

Scott Earl Kuester 
Brian K. Penoyer 
Maria Cary Warburton 
Marta Campbell Welsh 
David Randolph Wiley 

MASTER OF SCIENCE 

Aerospace Engineering 

Dean De\' Dubey 

Joseph Douglas Graves 

Brian Robert Hester 

Janet Renae Hicks 

Makiko Kosha 

Kodanate Ananthanarayanan 

Lakshmanan 
Ian Kelly Matlick 

Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 

Carla Rossana Delia Maggiora 
Peter Gottlieb 



Agronomy 

George N. Eriksen 
Jill E. Martin 
Terry Martin Valladares 
Jeffrey Steven Wliite 

Animal Sciences 

Lisa Josephine Craig 
Nancy Jo Fiscus 
Marina Rachele Haynes 
Sudha Komaragiri 
Xu Shen Zhou 

Astronomy 

Patricia Louise Daukantas 
BCip Dee Kuntz 
Chin-Fei Lee 
Kristen Ann Miller 
Alison Kimberly Sherwin 
Kartik Jayantilal Sheth 
Charles Keith Watt 
Sara Donaldson Watt 
Jie 2aiang 

Biochemistry 

Huazhen Chen 
Samir Kaul 

Business and Management 

Christine Louise Berndl 
Syed J. Bukhari 
JiU Lyiui Cantor 
Hsin-Lu Chang 
Richard Scott Chimera 
Ching-Hsiang Kuo 
Douglas Michael Shaner 
Yi-Jen Yang 

Chemical Engineering 

Kimberly Ann Brown 
Nimish Girish Dalai 



Samuel Epee-Bounya 
Ryan T. Gill 
Anne Lin 
Paul H. Shriner 

Anoop Singh 
Miguel Angel Valle 

Chemistry 

Christine Marie Boggs 

Jian Jiang 

Myrlene Joseph 

Manvinder Singh Wahi 

Haixia Wang 

Zhuo Xiao 

QingYu 

YixinZhu 

Civil Engineering 

Abdullahi M. Barrow 
Gregory Lewis Bradley 
Christopher Crilley 
Bhanu Rekha Goparaju 
Rajeev Kumar Karamchedu 
Daniel David Leonard 
Rohan Gregg Lindsay 
Jean Yves Point-Du-Jour 
Jasenka Milan Rakas 
Michael Sams 
Nancy Alison Straub 
Gautam Sundararajan 
Cynthia-Clare Tagoe 
Hsin-chung Tseng 
Tzu-Yi Tseng 

Brigida Fatima Van Doomik 
Shiaau-Lir Wang 

Computer Science 

Michael Da\ id Beynon 
Frantisek Brabec 
Alexander Chun-Ming Chan 
Jian Ding 



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Renato A. Ferreira 
John Neil Guidi 
Ismail Recep Haritaoglu 
Ozgur Huseyinoglu 
Bjom Thor Jonsson 
Michael Thomas Lee 
Larry Edward McGee, Jr. 
Dejan Taoija Perkovic 
Eric Lee Peterson 
Manjit Ray 
Gabriel Rivera 
Kyungdong Ryu 
Zhexuan Song 
Reiko Tsuneto 
Zhanying Wang 
YunYe 

Electrical Engineering 

M. Farooq Anjum 
Mark Delan Arking 
Amit Banerjee 
Niraj Pankaj Bhukhanwala 
Subbaraju V. Budharaju 
Dawei Chang 
Ozgur Ercetin 
Frank Edward Fruth 
Esin Darici Haritaoglu 
Brian Francis Johnson 
Faez Nasrudin Kaiser 
Nikolaos A. Kanlis 
Damianos Karakos 
Mohamad Mohamed Khairy 
Bikash Koley 
Gebran Keith Krikor 
Yuan Ma 

Thomas Francis McLaughlin 
Xiaozhong Pang 
Vincent Douglas Park 
Piyush Shankerbhai Patel 
Alfred Russell Robertson 
Carl Charles Stevens 



Angela Patria Taylor 
Lucas Aaron Womack 
Jianzhong Xu 
David Jefferson Yonce 
Eric Stephen Young 
Wei Zhang 
Zhitao Zhang 

Engineering Materials 

Michael Adam 
Cecile A. Bailly 
Frederick Hyowon Lee 
Shapna Sultana Pal 
Sharath Sadashivan 

Entomology 

William M. Curtis IV 
Gail Ann Langellotto 
Esther Chow Shaffer 
Mark Edward Suarez 

Family and Community 
Development 

Carolyn Therese Biggs 
Kathryn Ducat Brown-Huamani 

Family Studies 

Kay Patten Bradford 
Amy Lynn Gordon 
Erica Lynn Larson 
Traci G. Randolph 
Megan Kathleen Robinson 
GLna Marie Wertalik 

Fire Protection Engineering 

Theodore Lee Jarboe 
Phillip Zachary Tapper 



Food Science 

Lisa Lynn Bird 
Li Chen 

Geology 

Ronald G. Colyer, Jr. 
William Stephen Greenwood 
Rachel Amanda Pressley 
Asuka Tsuru 

Horticulture 

Samantha Dawn Hebum 
Xianzhen Li 

Human Nutrition and Food 
Systems 

Kelly A. Cooney 
Sonali Kumar 

Marine, Estuarine and 
Environmental Sciences 

Jamie John Alonzo 

Jorge Enrique Blacio Game 

Shannon J. Busby 

John David Eisemann 

Jason Papacosma 

Kenneth 1. Penland 

Brian David Schieber 

Mona Elisabeth Schweighofer 

William Anthony Severn 

Sean Michael Smith 

Jennifer L. Stevens 

Lisa Anne Vanderbloemen 

Elizabeth Kirsten Zinecker 

Mechanical Engineering 

Anthony Adefolarin Adebonojo 
Michael Patrick Boyle 
Daniel Thomas Casem 
Charles Michael Clinton 
Trevor Hendee Cole 



David Robert Delalio 

He Feng 

Nina Joan Leko 

Zhong Li 

Azhar Hussain Mirza 

Sandeep Mishra 

Sanjeev Rammohan Nagarkar 

Manpreet Nagvanshi 

Murali Narayanaswamy 

John L. Neel 

Mark Alan O'Clair 

Sweeni Surendran Ponoth 

Brian Austin Self 

Chi-Yu Martin Shay 

Honore M. J. Spencer 

Rena Surana 

Donald James Walker 

Dietrich Moritz Wiegmarm 

Meteorology 

Mathew Anthony Barlow 
Hsun-Kai Cheng 
Brad Lyle Fisher 
Heather Marler Kilcoyne 
Mary Ellen Loftus 
Chi-Jan Meng 
Michael Patrick Murphy 
Alan B. Ward 
Jiang Zhao 

Microbiology 

Todd Lewis Mayover 

Sandra Lavem Robinson Swann 

Nuclear Engineering 

Dennis Rothenberger 
Charles Earl Winfrey 



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A N D 1 D A T E S FOR G R A D U A T 



EMBER 



Nutrition 

Tina Habash 

Physics 

Emmanuel Steve Gouveia 
Alaa 1. Ibrahim 
Gregory Scott Jenldns 
Laura Mersini 
Jeffrey Andrew Miller 
Michael James Wiltberger 

Plant Biology 

Ross Albert Rupert 

PouKry Science 

Kehong Chen 
Fidelis Njell Hegngi 
Joon H. Kim 

Psycliology 

Mikhail R. Stepanov 



Survey Methodology 

Timothy Hdvvard Amsbary 
Susan Ciochetto 

Sustainable Development and 
Conservation Biology 

Trudi Williams D'Ambrosio 

Xu Duan 

Juha Lynn Lyke 

Jennifer A. McLean 

Ellen Ivy Paul 

Rebecca Lynn Riley 

Pia Sethi 

Sean Patrick Todd 

Keith Campbell Winston 

Systems Engineering 

Stephanie C. Green 
Lisa Patrice Summers 



Telecommunications 

Rajdeep Surcsh Junnarkar 
Prashant Jitendra Kacharia 
Abdul Ghayyur Khan 
Sachin Sunil Tatake 
Jia-Ye John Wang 
Jin Wang 

Zoology 

Mary Cho 

Alyson Mary Donoghue 
Wendy Lee 
Linda Joyce Miller 
Daven Charles Presgraves 
Christopher Michael Swan 
Stephanie Tucker 
Kevin Lee Willison 



CANDIDATES FOR 
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE 
PROGRAMS DECEMBER 1997 

Environmental Policy 

EzatoUah Keyran-Larijani 



Reliability Engineering 

Joseph Anthony Childs 
Laura Lyim Collins 
Carl Nolan Ford 
Yijia Hua 
Girish Nair 
Chengbiao Tu 
Linghai Wu 
Ping Zhang 




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Candidates for 
Undergraduate 
Degrees 

December 1997 

A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL 
OF ENGINEERING 

Bachelor of Science 

Environmental Engineering 

Eben Fred Joel 
2nd Degree: Economics 

Nuclear Engineering 

Edward Francis Parsley 

Engineering 

Harry Lawrence Blake 
2nd Degree: Criminology And 
Criminal justice 

Aerospace Engineering 

Jean-Pierre Chamoun 
William Edgar Davies III 
Michael Patrick Di Stefano 
Gregory Scott Holden 
George I. Huh 
Ashish Sudhakar Purekar 
Nicole Adrienne Smith 
Kevin Ronald Uleck 



Biological Resource Engineering 

Timothy Scott Hillier 
Hee Kyung Lim 
Stephen W. Maier 
David Christopher Murphy 
Nilu Puri 
tTalbot Lee Smith 

Chemical Engineering 

Imran Ali Baig 
Andrew Patrick Birkmire 
Khanh Bao Duong 
Anteneh Negatu 
Consuela Jasmina Nobles 
Anthony Obianuju Ogbuokiri 

2nd Degree: Economics 
Jane J. Park 
Ping Jie Wang 
Lisa Ann Williams 

Civil Engineering 

Sara Melissa Browrdow 
Hsiao Kuan Chiang 
Amanda Cody 
Kenneth Dale Coman 
Nicolas Cock Duque 
Margaret Kropman Fishkin 
Jorge Daniel Garcia 
William Charles Guy 
Johnny Daehyon Hom 
Thomas Joseph Hromada 
Vikke Samuel Vihtori Iso-Ahola 
Matthew Emerson Joyce 
Karen Marie Leser 
Jesse Michael Lindsay 
Marc Salmo Llacuna 
Tracy Patricia Lombardo 
Stephen James Neuberger 
Xung Van Ngo 
Jason Bruce Randle 



Sergio Alexander Reising 

Delgado 
Fernando Augusto Rodriguez 11 
Mary Katherine Sears 
Erin Maura Toland 
Anchyi Wei 

Christopher David Wells 
Hae Kyun Yim 

Electrical Engineering 

Muritala B. Abu 

Faraz Ahmed 

Yelena Vyacheslavovna 

Alekseyenko 
Edward Vergara Atienza 
Adam Aylay 
Hinal Kumar BaUa 
Edgar Spencer Bankhead, Jr. 
Steve James Bamett 
tErton Spiro Boci 
Ligeng Cao 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
Shao-Puo Chen 
Yunghsin Chen 
Ku Hyon Choe 
Christopher Eric Classon 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
Richard William Comwell 
Khanh Quang Dinh 
Michael Terrance Doster 
Carlos Humberto Flores 
Gary Scott Fourson 
Gregory Duane George 
Anthony Wayne Gillis 
William Elwood Greaves, Jr. 
Iva Gustafson 
David Jonathan Hawk 
Javier Edgardo Hernandez 
Minh-Tuan Tan Ho 
Pilar Mercedes Jimenez 



Chih-Hung Kao 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
Steven Anthony Kapinos, Jr. 
Bahman Khosravian 
Michael Kenneth Kissel 
Dung Hung Lam 
Cuong Huy Le 
Jai Min Lee 
Peter Yu-Chao Liu 
Kevin Michael Loftus 
Dang-Long Thuy Luu 
Lee R. Mantell 
Jason Paul Marsico 
Erik Keith Morton 
Davor Mrkoci 
Pascal Nguenkam 
*Huy Do Nguyen 
§Nguyen Phuoc Nguyen 
Phuoc Hieu Nguyen 
Eric Jong Park 
Jeong Su Park 
LaKisha Pate 
Margaret Yao-Mei Peng 
Bob A. PhurJculh 
Mark Lewis Plett 

2nd Degree: Physics 
Christopher Craig Purdy 
M. Hassan Rasouli-Sarabi 
Vipool Chandu Rathod 
Rana M Razzaque 
John Ochiel Reggy 
Adam Ridzinski 
Michelle Strand Saini 
Hemant Niranjan Shah 
Cedric Silas Shannon 
Erik Wayne Shipley 
§Nedim Softie 
Terrence Earl Stukey 
Douglas Dwayne Stump 
Harold Thomas 
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CANDIDATES FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES, DECEMBER 19 97 



Tarn Xuan Tran 

Thanh Xuan Tran 

Thuhong T. Tran 

Eduardo Gurgel Do A. Valenfe, Jr. 

Stephane Joseph Wantou Siantou 

*Kevin Dennis Woodling 

Kwan James Yau 

Fire Protection Engineering 

Erik H. Anderson 
Dorethea Bailey 
Robert Leroy Campbell 
Timothy Raymond Costello 
Juliana F. Farhat 
Scott Matthew Golly 
Heather Lyrm Heath 
Tae Hyung Lee 
Chalmer Termain Lowe 
Shi Meng 

Atif Mohammad Qureshi 
Aman Balkrushna Shah 
Gregory Keyoshi Shino 
Brooke Diana Strehlen 
Otis Eugene Walker, Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 

John Moses Arkoian 
Fai Chan 
James Sung Cho 
Anderson Chu 
Jeffrey Allen Cox 
Visuth Dy 
Jason Ray Fishell 
Todd David Friedman 
Richard Anthony Gajewski 
Nader Salah Hamouda 
Benjamin Alan Barman 
David Ashley Hedgepath 
Michael William Hooper 
Victor Izuofunneka Iwugo 
Claudius Fidel Jorif, Jr. 



Corey Alexander Jovan 

Daniel Anthony Kahler 

Sung Keun Kwon 

Reggie Hee Lee 

Pradeep C. Mistry 

Charles Leander Moore III 

Ted V. Nguyen 

tDavid J. Noppenberger 

*Jeremy Chimin Ou 

Jason Andrew Quarberg 

Ian Oliver Raun 

*Erik Marhn Rebeck 

Elizabeth Rosenfeld 

Maria Teresita Pabalan San Juan 

Chetan Sayal 

Michael Andrew Socha 

Nick That Ton 

Steven St. John Tourison 

Khoa Dinh Tran 

Andrea Twarowski 

Sandeep Vohra 

*Yves Gabriel Wantou Deugoue 

Geoffrey Bryant Wardman 

+Neil Zuckerman 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Bachelor of Landscape 
Architecture 

Landscape Architecture 

Justin Keith Fryc 
Jenifer Genine German 
2nd Degree: Arl History 

Bachelor of Science 

Agricultural and 
Resource Economics 

Philip Justin Boachy 



Robert John Bracey, Jr. 
Emelda L. Guin-AUen 
Alisa Kathryn Livensperger 
Georges Meka-Abessolo 
2nd Degree: Crop Science 
Lawrence Dion Richards 
Kathleen Marie Ritchie 
Thuytrang Tran 
Darren Francis Waak 

Animal Sciences 

Briana Gail Danielson 

Conservation Soil, Water and 
Environment 

*KeIIy Lynn Phyillaier 

Crop Science 

Karen Lee Gray 
Georges Meka-Abessolo 

2nd Degree: Agricultural and 

Resource Economics 

Dietetics 

Jayne Phuong Ly 
Sunila Vijayan 

Environmental and Park 
Management 

David Anthony Floyd 
Arnold Craig Marcum 

Food Science 

Keith Klesk 
Insaf Lamarti 
Yan Yan Leon 
Edward Upton 
Emiko Yoshizumi 



General Agriculture 

§Benjamin Beale 
Heather Susan Hull 

2nd Degree: Journalism 
Rey Mikhail Cruz Tiangco 



Human Nutrition and Foods 

Leslie Ann Gilbert 

Horticulture- Landscape 
Management 

Arash N. Alizadeh 
Jason Ryan Fletcher 
Irene Herring 
Karen Louise Mathias 
Young Mi Virginia Moon 
Jennifer Anne Siwinski 

Land and Water Management 

Nicole Dawn Arcement 
Christopher Wayne Elam 
Elizabeth M. Gillespie 
Joel O. Jarmey 
Jessica Megan League 
Gabrielle Vivian Sarate 
Deirdre Ann Sunderland 

Plant and Wildlife Resource 
Management 

Clio Ruth Berney 
Annette Schadeberg Bristol 
Melanie Jeanne Diaz 
•Cheryl Louise Farfaras 
Michael Grant Frazee 
Ronald Scott Healey 
Charles Darrell Hoovestol 
Jeffrey E. Kinney 
Margaret Mary Pucciarelli 
Steven Bingham Pugh 



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§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude * cum Laude 



Michael Patrick Rauscher 
Matthew Brian Skidmore 

Turf and Urban Agronomy 

Gregory C. Goudeau 
Frank Vincent Sterbak III 

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE 

Bachelor of Science 

Architecture 

David Aaron Jaffe 
'Brett Owen Landmark 
Steven Monroe Moore 
Erick Christian Morgan 
Charles Salieu Njie 
Thomas Anthony Toy 

COLLEGE OF ARTS 
AND HUMANITIES 

Bachelor of Arts 

American Studies 

Neil Vincent Amendola 
Carl C. Andrews 
Jason Ernest Cowherd 
Bridgette Angela Gettier 
Alan Jerome Katzker 
Craig Stephen Mason 
Scott Robert Prouty 
Robjfn Marie Roberts 
Jennifer Jung Shin 
Ronald Joseph Teixeira II 
Daniel J. Yuen 



Art History 

Ireti M. Akinola 
Catherine R. Black 
Daniel Alan Bondinell 
Sara A. Bowman 
Gregory James Canik 
Lisa Clarke 

2nd Major: Spanish language and 

Literature 
Beatrice Alexandra Costas 
Catherine T. Downes 
Michelle M. Duncan 
Jenifer Cenine German 

2nd Degree: Landscape 

Architecture 
Paul Louis Gieser 
Renee Michelle Giroux 
Lance Marric Powell 
Teresa Lee Starr 
Brian Wesley Thompson 
Theresa Frances Zampogna 

Art Studio 

JUl lann Axelrod 
EUen Eileen Baer 
Shawn Welbom Barry 
John Fehring Boehm in 
Hsiao-Yun M. Chen 
April Valerie Comparetto 
Stephen Edward Deutsch 
Stephen Joseph DiTullio 
Jayson Kevin Dubin 
Brenda A. Dudley 
Oliver-Richard Roger Gasaway 11 
Kenneth Leon Harrell, Jr. 
Aaron Michael Hayes 
James Alexander Herridge 
Craig W. Intinarelli 
Brian Christopher Jones 
Lynn Ellen Kambam 
John Anthony Lang 



Gregory James Learn 
Annie Yanghee Lee 
Liimea M. Liptak 
Amy Catherine Luken 
Deborah Ann Mays 
Jeffrey Mercer McArthur n 
Jennifer Sue McKenzie 
George Mark Melonas 
Amber Shaheen Nelson 
Jerry J. Nestor 
Atousa Parsarad 

2nd Degree: Psychology 
Scott Vincent Patti 
Bethany Rachael Rogosin 
Tracy Elizabeth Runge 

2nd Major: Art History 
Stacie Michelle Sapper 
William Henry Soo 
Catalina Maria Stirling 
Hsiaochi Tseng 
Christopher J. Tylec 
Amy Nicole Uris 
LiMana Uruburo 
Peter William Viscomi 
Nicholas Andrew Wass 
Melissa Deline Weeks 

Chinese 

Paul Evans Mauerman 
2nd Degree: Finance 

Lisa Marie Michels 
2nd Degree: Japanese 

Jessica Christine Teets 

Alice Chin-Hsiuu Tsay 



Classical Languages and 
Literature 

Patrick Michael Connolly 
Eva Lilias Edwards 
Denise Jane Fichtner 

2nd Major: History 
Hugh O'DonneU MacSherry 

2nd Degree: Philosophy 
Michelle J. Nolder 

Dance 

Tawana Michelle Davy 
Katrina Jorene King 
Lauren Kathleen Llacuna 
Tarvn Louise Mitchell 

English Language and Literature 

Peter Henry Anders 
Alisa Arlene Anderson 
Emily Elizabeth Barrett 
Margaret Janet Boyce 
Eric Stephen Brice 
Rebecca Clare Brown 
Donald Richard Bushell, Jr. 
Chad Allen CapeUman 
Helen Chang 
Casey Eun-Ju Choi 
InBum Chung 
Mary Ann Clark 
Michael Duane Cotterman 
Stephanie Andrea Crockett 
Benjamin Franklin Gushing 
Nalinee Darmrong 
Jennifer Beatrice Dayton 
Luigi Carmine DiFranco 
Tina Sharareh Ejtemai-Chapa 
Lisa M. Farr 
Tammi Michelle Farrar 
Angela Denise Felder 
Karen Ann Graser 
Dena Beth Gressley 



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§ Summa cum laude i Magna cum Laude * cum Laude ■ 



CANDIDATES FOR U N D E R G R A D U A T K D H C; R E E S . D E C: E M B E R 199 



*Reva Gupta 
Michelle Leah Hathcock 
Kisha Rochelle Hemphill 
Laura J. Henschel 
Lyly Cao Hoang 
Christopher Alan Holm 
Meredith Nicole Howell 
Shona V. Jamadi 
Robert Louis James 
Ahmad H. Jarrar 
Andre L. Johnson 
Elise Sansan Johnson 
John Floyd Johnson 
Wilham Todd Jones 
Yvette Lynette Jones 
Joelle Danette Juanillo 
Pennock McAllister Ketcham 
Taffanie Monique Ketema 
Charles Richard Keys III 
Jeffrey Bradford King 
MyTa Arme Laird 

2nd Major: Russian Language 

and Literature 
Amy Kristin Lauriat 
Catherine Alexis Levy 
Maurice G. London 
Shenita Malone 
Margarita Kristen Marfori 
Candace Marsella 
Shelly Marie Maynard 
Erica Sharae McCullough 
Matthew S. Miles 
•Lori Ann Moir 
Jason Thomas Moreira 
Ayesha B. Morris 
Tammy Dawn Mullinix 
Kevin Nelson 

Salvador Sebastion Orochena 
Carlo Toll Paul 
Toan Phuong Pham 
Marcia Nicole Pittman 



Tenia Nitchelle Pritchard 
Michael Scott Psaltis 
Catherine Marie Queen 

2nd Degree: Speech 

Communication 
Matthew Ashbum Ranwdell 
Joshua Kenworthy Rivers 
Jonathan Harris Rose 
Christopher Henry Schott 
Dana Bari Schwartz 
Susan Walling Scovell 
Kelly Gwinn Skupas 
Heather Haines Slattery 
Desiree Lachelle Smith 
Emily E. Smith 
Avid Timothy Snead 
Mark Vincent Stafford 
Elisabeth Hansen Stockton 
Cheryl Denise Suggs 
Raymond Allen Thibodeaux 
Kenneth A. Turner 
James Christopher Tweedy 
Uju Joy Udejiofor 
Veronica M. Valderrama 
Christopher Mark Van Bavel 
Lisa S. Wamick 
Wesley Dalton Wehunt 
David L. Wheelock 
Tamisha Ramona Younis 

French Language and Literature 

David Baghdassarian 
Rachael Jane Blumenberg 
Traci Ann Carney 
David Michael Conord 
Latifa Fatima Jackson 

2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 
Edelle Jean 
Karen Jo Kreitzer 
Azita Rashid Rateshtari 
Ann Elizabeth Wolsey 



German Language and 
LKerature 

Gisela Bhattacharyya 
John Matthew O'Neill 
Michael Zuhowski 

History 

Kineret Leigh Abramson 
Sotiris Bafitis 
Allison Leigh Ball 
Marianne Catherine Beane 
William Scott Calkins 
William Louis Cusick 
Christopher M. Diaczok 
Brian Raymond Duehrssen 
Ryan Thomas Edwards 

2nd Degree: General Business and 

Management 
Michael Stephen Foster 
Kevin Miles Gardner 
John Christopher Golden 
Simon Charles Gros 
Teresa Laurel Hallau 
Jessica Dare Harrison 
Dorothy Marie Hoffman 
Jennifer Michelle Huggins 
Kassandra Natasha Kearse 
Anthony Brian Kitchen 
Christopher David Knouss 
Salvador Abad-Santos 

Lagdameo 
Edward C. Lee 
Christopher Allan Loew 
Stanley Michael Mangrum 
Julian Elmo Markham III 
John P. McGuire 
Ian Matthew Morrison 
Toney Williams Moses 
Joseph David Nelson 
Michael Wayne Norman 
John E. O'Connell 



Rodolfo E. Ruiz 

Andrew R. Sonnabend 

Cheryl Lisa Stames 

Steven Edward Tillman 

Dungthanh Tran 

Charles Clay Tucker 

Jerome Hosea Ventura 

John Winfield West 

Carl Eugene Wilkerson 

Karen Ann Zeh 
2nd Degree: Secondary 
Education — Social Studies — 
Professiorml 

Joana B. Zuaiter 

Italian Language and Literature 

Alexander T. Hammer 
•Philip Laurence Santoro 

2nd Major: French Language and 

Literature 

Japanese 

Andrea Michelle Hurlen 
Lisa Marie Michels 
2nd Degree: Chinese 

Jewish Studies 

Noam Alexander Blass 
Elana Rene Heideman 

Linguistics 

Louise Ng 

David D. Peugh 

§Elizabeth Menninger Wallace 

Music 

tVincent Alexander Massimo 
Borrelli 
Todd Steven Butts 
Marc A. Williams 



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Philosophy 

Mamell Allan Cooper 
Eugene Degnan 
*Steven Matthew Gonzalez 
Amanda Katherine Kay 
Hugh O'DonneU MacSherry 

2nd Degree: Classical Languages 

and Literature 
Nathaniel Spencer McCourtney 
Laura K. Palmer 
David Martin Sullivan 

Radio, Television and Film 

Denee Aleathia Barr 
Cecily Ryan Green 
Michael Peter Markellos 
G. R. Mullins 

Russian Area Studies 

Donna Jean Michael 

Russian Language and Literature 

Shanna Lorraine Leeland 
Aunica Marie Parsons 

Spanish Language and 
Literature 

Diana Elizabeth Alonzo 

2nd Major: Government and 

Politics 
Juan Carlos Bautista 
Cecilia Bonanni 
Dmitri Alexandrovich Chernov 
Juana Diaz-Sawyer 
Kellie Ann Doyle 
Jessica Lopez Frank 
Kimberly Eve Hall 

2nd Degree: General Business and 

Management 
Ginny Heredia 
Ji Hye Hwang 



Michelle A. James 
Nicole Dorothy Jenkins 
Kyimg Mi Lee 

2nd Degree: Accounting 
Kedist Emily Liggins 
Diana Afrodita Morataya 
Rossanna Maria SneUings 
Sara Siobhan Standerford 
Fred Herman Thompson III 

Speech Communication 

Daniel Aaron Ackerman 
Cheri Melissa Amster 
Vanesa Renee Best 
Michael Anthony Capella 
Scott Cody Crivella 
Lisa Grant David 
John J. De Castro 
Christopher J. De Vito 
Leanne Mirriam Diamond 
Christopher David Fleming 
Lindsay Katherine Flynn 
Karin Michelle Freeswick 
Tatum Adaire Gauthier 
Darn,'! Emanuel Gilliam 
Danielle Kristin Guido 
Peter Gerard Hilgartner 
Rebecca L. Hodnett 
DanieUa Marie Hull 
Christine Aime Jones 
William Anthony Keenan 
Lisa Celima Leveque 
Jonathan Alan Lieberman 
Nicholas Limneos 
Robert Ralph MagUano 
Adrienne L. Murray 
Angela Lynn Pell 
Marcus David Perry-Hunter 
Jeffrey Poe Phillips, Jr. 



Catherine Marie Queen 

2nd Degree: English Language and 

Literature 
Jennifer Ann Rapczynski 
Jason Henry Rockel 
Nicholas Anthony Russo, Jr. 
Kabir Singh 
Sarah Diane Slaughter 
Elaina J. Smallwood 
Jared Samuel Stem 
Julie Ann Villani 
Brian Roy Virgona 
Jamie Daniel Worshtil 
JuUe Beth Zuckerman 

Theatre 

Darian Scott Grouse 
Maryanne Cryan 
Christopher Todd Davenport 

2nd Major: English Language and 

Literature 
Jennifer Ann De Andrade 
'Kathleen Patricia Farasy 
Annica L. Graham 
Bruce Daniel Lindsay 
Carrie Elizabeth Nelson 
Mary Carmela Romagnolo 
Melissa Helen RoweU 
William Matthew Shiffman 
Jesse John Terrill 
Rae J. Toledo 
Devron Troy Young 
Emily Joy Ziznewski 

Women's Studies 

Kieran Blake McGrath 
Eugenia Lee Pak 



Bachelor of Music 

Music 

§Wendy Jeannette Harton 

Yuha Lee 

Benjamin Moshe Warschawski 

Music Composition 

Antonino Paolo D'Urzo 
Marcus B. Wyche 

Music-Voice 

tLisa G. Eden 

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL 
AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Arts 

Afro-American Studies 

Tamika MarceUa Alexander 
Wanneh Deboe Clarke 
Tonia Lakisha Goods 
Claudy Jules 

Aaron Vincent McGruder 
Aja Mikal Nuru-Jeter 
Duane Anthony Smith 
Charles Morris Towns n 

Anthropology 

Erin Michelle Barker 
Florence Falloux 
Joy Elizabeth Losee 
Margaret Elizabeth Noonan 
§Veronica Vierka Parcan 
§Rayinond Darryl Peters 
Jana Marie Pickard 
Loujean Ariel Purcelley 
Patrick Tran Queen 
§Kathryn Michelle Schaffer 
Tara Jean Smith 



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§ Sumnia cum Laude t Magna cum Laude 'cumlaude 



CANDIDATES FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES, DECEMBER 1997 



Sara Maria Warlick 
Nancy Jean Yeager 
Nicole Yvonne Zdrojewski 
2nd Degree: Individual Studies 

Criminology and Criminal 
Justice 

Raul Abelardo Alvarado 
Mary Elizabeth Apple 
James Vincent Amaiz, Jr. 
Antonio Artusa 
Monica Denise Bacon 
Larry W. Balducci 
Fernando Alfonso Bascope 
Wesley L. Beebe III 
Harry Lawrence Blake 

2nd Degree: Engineering 
David Alec Blatstein 
John Meredith Bolinger 
Sherrine Lataya Brown 
Patrick Gerard Budock 
Kevin C. Burt 
Juli Etia Butler 
Diana Mercedez Cabrales 
Luis Daniel Cabrera 
Michael Theodore Chaconas, Jr. 
Peter Chien 
Keith Cheol Choi 
Reynaldo Roberto Clarke 
Michael K. Cosca 
Kevin Michael Craig 
Chris J. D'Amelio 
Caren Elizabeth Daniel 
Mannan Latif Dash 
James Lee Dent 
Phillip Christian Dorsey 

2nd Major: Government and 

Politics 
Edwin James Dowling 
Candice Michele Dunston 
Mary Katherine Duro 



Amy Car\'n Eisner 
Paal James Elfstrum 
Kathrvn Marie Ellis 
Uche Ka Akwu Enwesi 
Alexander Gregory Fangonil 
Michael Patrick Hynn 
Gretchen M. Fricke 
Ronald Jay Goldstein 
Jason Earl Goyer 
§Cynthia Theresa Gragnani 

2nd Degree: Psychology 
Dwayne K. Green 
tKeri L. Grenke 
Wilfred James Guillory 
Domeruco Roberto Guttadauro 
Lee Ann Hall 
Shannon Kay Hanekamp 
Stephen D. Haylock 
Kyle Patrick Hennessy 
Holly Lyn HIadycz 
Andrew Hong 
Marvin Hsu 
tAlicia Christine Insley 
§PameIa Meryl Jablow 
•Robert Scott Jonas 
Peter Xiang Kao 
Anasa V. King 
Susan Marie King 
Danielle Gertrude Lamb 
Sarah Elizabeth Lane 
Egon Lawrence 
Brent Eric Ogden LaMere 
Keith Victor Lee 

2nd Degree: Government and 

Politics 
Waydee Lyi\nell Lee 
Marc Jordan Lichtenfeld 
Tiffanie C. Lisane 
Natalie Isabelle Lopez-Escobar 
Darius Jason LoCicero 
Emerita Marcella Manley 



Donald David Marks, Jr. 
Maria Magdalena Martincorena 
Carlos Vicente Mata 
*George Wayne McCabe, Jr. 
Michael Doyle McCarthy 
Catherine Noelle Miles 
WilUam Arnold Mitchell 

2nd Major: Sociology 
Carlos Antonio Montoya 
Felicia Ann Morris 

2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 
Elaine Theresa Morrisseau 
Frederic Rawson Morse 
Mark Alexander Motley 
Scott Michael Mullen 
David Gary Mysel 
Kevin K. Nolan 
Lerm M. Palma 
Jennifer Jean Palmer 
Joseph Y. Park 
Christopher Michael Parsons 
Demetria Payne 
Michelle Therese Perez 
Jonathon Dewitt Pongratz 
Alethea Rene Poonai 

2nd Major: Psychology 
Darric Dion Rather 
Erick Anthony Reinwall 
Frederic Olivier Revah 
Ryan Matthew Rezzelle 
Charles Lee Ridgely 
Richard M. Rinaudot, Jr. 
Ralph Rocourt 
Adam Benjamin Rosenfarb 
Leajoy Sampietro 

2nd Degree: Accounting 
Stephen Robert Schulze 
Paul Anton Shapiro 
Edward Thomas Sinderson 
§Karin Michelle Smith 



Sokoyama Kontandy Songu- 

Mbriwa 
W. Thomas SuUivan II 

2nd Degree: Government and 

Politics 
Andrew Kipling Swentzel 
Kevin Marquis Taylor 
Terry Ann Nadine Thomas 
Marilyn Rochelle Tyler 
Eric William Ulsaker 
Bradley Mitchell Watkins 
Carl M. Watkins 
Thomas Michael Weeks, Jr. 
Brett Thomas White 
John Guel Whittle 
Michael R. Willard 
Tanisha Lashelle Williams 
William Daniel Willingham 
Jennifer J. Woods 
Stanley Carl Zdun 

Economics 

Janice Jane Lim Ano 
Brian Matthew Ashby 
Brian D. Bennett 
Steven Scott Bieshelt 
•Nathan Oliver Brantley 
Ian Brown 

Manosh Chakravorty 
Firmus Albert Conte 
David Martin Cronlund 
Maria de las Mercedes De Leon 
Freeman Ford Dennis, Jr. 
Gregory E. Erdman 
Bradley John Etzel 
Joseph A. Farah 
Jesse Alan Ferrell, Jr. 
Pemra Lynn Hemseri 
Anthony A. Inkumsah 



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Eben Fred Joel 

2nd Degree: Engineering - 

Environmeiital 
Nopadej Kamasuta 
Shahab Ka\'iani 
Kun Tae Kim 
Alexander Jae Lee 
James Sang Woo Lee 
David Shelton Mack 
Nadia Manesh 
Darrell L. McGraw 
Babacar M. Ndiaye 
Anthony Obianuju Ogbuokiri 

2nd Degree: Chemical Engineering 
Richard Custodio Pachoca 
Christina Maria Ramella 
Lisa Sofia Restrepo 
Robert William Russ 
Jonathan Melvin Shelton 
Marcus Ricardo Smallwood 

2nd Major: History 
Matthew Carlton Smith 
Joy Elaine Swafford 
Shawn Morris Taylor 
NathTry 

Thomas NeweU Van Veen, Jr. 
John T. Varkey 

Government and Politics 

Ronald Jamil Allen 
Bradley VJayne Anderson 
Ayesha R. 

Aparakkakai\kanamage 
Carrie Michele Arnold 
*Elyse Gayle Aronson 
Scott Michael Rashaad Baker 
Duane Stephan Baldwin 
John Scott Barnes 
John Mark Bavley 
Darren Todd Bernstein 
'Kristin Marie Brown 



Duane Michael Buchanan 
Roland S. Carey, Jr. 
Rachel Connor Cimmier 
Marlon Dorsey Clary 
EUwood John Derricks 
Renee LjTin Edelen 
John h-a Fleet HI 
Tanya Leigh Flores 
Julian Alexandra Foley 
'Amber Lee Foster 
Jon Stephen Fuller 
Todd William Genger 
Jennifer Ann Goldstein 
Randolph Hayden Green 
Michael Paul Guercio 
Allison Penny Haber 
Sharon Renee Har\'ey 
Thomas Joseph Hendershot 

2nd Major: Sociology 
Gretchen Ann Hill 
Tara Lee Hunt 
Monique Iris Hunter 
Susan Kathleen Hutter 
Kito Adrian James 
Carla Danielle Jeffrey 

2nd Major: Afro-American Studies 
Kalev Kaseoru 
Thomas Arthur Kibble 
Angela Joy Kiker 
Jennifer Lynn Kipe 
Adriane Ikwuni Lavender 
Laura Pamela Lebednik 
Alana Marie Lee 
Keith Victor Lee 

2nd Degree: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Peter Kwong Lem 
David Scott Leslie 
Aaron Howard Lev^ine 
Theodore Thomas LeVasseur 
Christopher John Lindemann 



An David Linden 
Jennifer Marie Mays 
Paul Edward McDermott, Jr. 
*Reena Sheryl Meltzer 
Brian Javaade Meshkin 
Marcy Miller 
Randall Alexander Morse 
Alana Denise Murray 
Eric Van Orden Nahm 
James Daniel Overholser 
Steven Eugene Pairo 
Collin Thomas Parker 
Patrick Ignatius Parsons 

2nd Major: History 
Jason Lee Paul 
Michele A. Paulick 

2nd Major: English Language and 

Literature 
Philip Prince Peredo 
Brian J. Perry 
Bhronda Alisa Finder 
Brian Edward Powell 
Caroline Dawn Pulliam 
Natalie Ann Puri 
Raymond Thomas Raab 
Jason Robert Schwartz 
Bhavini Harivadan Shah 
'Sharis Simonian 

2nd Major: Art History 
Michael Wisit Siri 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
§Andrew R. Smarick 
Lauren Maria Street 
W. Thomas Sullivan II 

2nd Degree: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Robyn Marie Toland 
Kenneth Samuel Ulman 
Allison Ann Ward 
Melissa Brooke Weatherholtz 



Michael Alan Wein 
Christian Roger AUen Wilson 
Eric Franklin Yurman 

Hearing and Speecli Sciences 

Sherie Ann Charles 
Felecia Ann Curtis 
'Lindy Marie Findeisen 
Kim M. Handy 
Tricia Marie Pastore 

Psycliology 

Tiffany Susan Abe 
Douglas Scott Aker 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Andrea Lea Baiocchi 
Brendan Aram Basmajian 
Irina Beyder 
Holly Helena Carletti 
Evelyn Pui-Yi Chan 
*Kiran Dayal Chatani 
Timothy Daniel Christian 
Nora W. Coffie 
Christina Marie Cronin 
Amitbabu Prakashbabu Dayal 
Johanna Di Chiara 
Richard Andrew Didden 
Jessica M. DiPietro 
tLisa Ann Erb 
Monica Janice Freedman 
Tiffany Lynnette Garrett-Glerm 
Kara Lynne Censor 
Lisa Claire Goldstein 
§Natalya Gure\'ich 
Joshua Mark Hall 
Joshua Steven Halpem 
Risha Darlene Hamlin 
Tina Marie Harris 
Ricardo Fransisco Iglesias 
Nicole Jejuan Jackson 



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§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude * cum laude 



A N D I D A r E 



I'OR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES 



DECEMBER 1997 



Glenn Zacharis Johnson, Jr. 
Nancy Robin Kramer 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Jeannette E. Landry 
Anne Lise Lenik 
Brian Lane Ligon, Jr. 
Laura Loterszpil 
Wendy Beth Louis 
Kristin Lynn Lysak 
Sabrina Meirelles Machado 
Michelle Danielle Mack 
Joanna Markatatos 
tDara Jill Marlin 
*Eric C. McBumey 
Cynthia Lynn Morris 
Lois N. Mwangi 
Casey Anne Nelson 
Atousa Parsarad 

2nd Degree: Art Studio 
Ian Gregory Reight 
Laura Anne Rosencrantz 
Brian Keith Rosner 
Lisa Russo 
tSara Salam 
Susan Helen Saniie 
Traci Michelle Savoy 
Rachel Anna Shideler 
Frank C. Shon 
Jennifer Cheryl Singer 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal justice 
Min H. Song 
Cynthia Sorensen 
Kenneth M. Stanger 
Julie Lauren Stark 
Andrea Kareen Stewart 
Ramin J. Taheri 
Jennifer Trezza 
Rocky Wang 
Amy Morgan Webb 



'Brooke Janel Wetzel 
Keith Bernard Wiley 
Wai Fong Wu 
Bilaal Yusuf 

Sociologar 

•Laura Albertelli 
Grant J. Barrus 
Avril V. Browne 
Ginette Anne Chelius 
Trissa M. Cicala 
'Kenya Marie Edwards 
Kimberly Dawn Floystad 
*Benedicta J. Foley 
John B. Gauci 
Janet Rebecca Hoffman 
Conya Jabari-Kitwala 
Kiagu Karanja 
Michael John Kuster 
Kathleen S. Lee 
Claire Nyeo Young 

Magenheimer 
Annina Abdul Malik 
Charles Joseph Meade 
Kevin David Miles 
Richard Lee Mills, Jr. 
Angela Lynn Moran 
David Napach 
'Margarita Lucia Ortiz 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Kathleen Elizabeth Pearson 
Craig A. Philip 
Lori E. Riggleman 
Robert S. Saverine 
Lisa Elaine Schwedt 
Lowell Mathew Simpson 
Linda Ann Somuah 
Sylvie Straus 
Anh-Dao Thi Iran 
James Samuel Whitehead, Jr. 



Hanna Yu 

Urban Studies 

Darius Carlyle Thweatt 

Bachelor of Science 

Geography 

Neeladri Ranjan Bhattacharjee 
William Clark 
David Alexander Fischer 
Andrzej Boguslaw Gawlik 
Douglas Paul Glair 
Sean Mathew David Legeer 
Mark Douglas Leisses 
Siddharth N. Mathur 
Deanna Marie Pennington 
Douglas Philpott 
Frederick William Powell 
Richard Hodge Powell 
Joseph Clayton Sidor 

Psychology 

Susan Silva Batista 

2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 
Pooja Bhatt 

Wendy Elizabeth Capochino 
tjeanne Marie Clendenin 
Tung Thanh Du 
Michaelah Ivie Foran 
Yemewedish Girma 
§Cynthia Theresa Gragnani 

2nd Degree: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Justyne Eun Kyuna Jun 
Helena Hae Min Kwon 
'Catherine Anne McClintock 

2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 
Marlene Louise McGarry 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal justice 



Zachary T. McLarty 
David Mario Pantano 
Hiranthi Buddhini Rajapakse 
Nina Angela Ramos 
Alexander Ri\ era 
Myriam Grace O. Tron 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 
AND MANAGEMENT 

Bachelor of Science 

Accounting 

Robert John Agre 
Hena Naheed Ayub 

2nd Major: Finance 
Soo Hyun Bai 
Douglas Anibal Barahona 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 

3nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Lee Craig Berlin 
Dawn Marie Brose 
Bo Young Byun 
Solomon David Campbell 
Mary Christine Castillo 
Monique Michelle Coleman 
Joseph Donald Corris 
Megan Kate Cossa 
§Ayn B. Ducao 
Ethelbert Lenn During, Jr. 
Susan Marie Fasiska 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
William Francis Flanigan 
Daniel James Fulton 
•John Anthony Gentry 
Elizabeth George 



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Sidney Brad Click 

2nd Major: Finance 
Christina Marie Craves 
§Stepharue Lynn Creen 
Heather Michele Hicks 
Quyen Le Hong 
Mark Allen Hooley 
Kevin Matthew Horowitz 

2nd Major: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Michael Yuan-Hui Huang 
Robert Lyle Jodoin 
Barry Kanczuker 

2nd Major: Finance 
Seok Lim Kang 
'Praveen Chandran Kartholy 
Chetan T. Khatri 

2nd Major: Finance 
Hyun Wook Kim 
Cari Joanne Kirby 
KeUy S. Ko 
•Kathy G. Kontostergios 

2nd Major: Finance 
Choi Ping Lam . 
Chia Ling Lee 
Helen F. Lee 
Kyimg Mi Lee 

2nd Degree: Spanish Language 

and Literature 
Sang Lee 
Young J. Lee 
Vicki Lynn Lewis 
Haifeng Liang 
*Samuel Scott Lieberman 
Man Nor Lin 
Roger Owen Gordon 

Longenbach 
Vikas Mahajan 
§Dirk Horst Menker 

2nd Major: Finance 
Lisa Ann Miranda 



Edward Phuzo Namingona 
Karthik Narayan 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Anh To Nguyen 
Bichthuy Thi Nguyen 
Marieanne Hoang Nguyen 
Angela Rose Olivito 
Clifford M. Ouedraogo 
Jung Eun Park 
Dharmesh J. Patel 
Haresh L. Patel 
Quyen Vu Pham 
Leah Branson Pointer 
Robert Scott Poole 
David Martin Redding 
Alexander Joshua Reichstein 
'Jonathan Eric RivUn 
Max Andrew Rubin 
Giorgio M. Saavedra 
Leajoy Sampietro 

2nd Degree: Criminology and 

Criminal Justice 
Craig Allen Scanlon 
Gurdeep Nikee Singh 
Juniarti L. Soepangkat 
Andrea K. Spanou 

2nd Major: Finance 
Calvin St. John Striggles 
Karrie Yan Tan 

2nd Major: Management Science 

and Statistics 
Aimee Lynn Treadway 
Khanh Mai Vu 
Wendy Yu-Wen Wu 
Chia-Ling Yang 
Janet Shiao-Hui Yang 
Li Feng Yau 
Ji Hae Yoon 

Melissa Christine Zaegel 
§Pavel Zavadskiy 



Xiu Q. Zhen 

Finance 

Charles Paul Aboyoun 
Hasan Abrishami 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Oyedeji Vincent Agunbiade 
•Reza Akhavi 
Rolando Samuel Almengor 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Christopher Jonathan Asher 
Asim Mehmood Awan 
Desta Berhane 
Rishi Bharathan 

2nd Major: Management Science 

and Statistics 
Saumya Kumar Bhatnagar 
Lee Lawrence Bolen 

2nd Major: Economics 
*Stacey Alexandra Burkhardt 
tErick Alexander Campos 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Zi-Yim Cao 
Peter Michael Chakany 
Mark Daniel Ciarrocchi 
Susan Denise Denman 
Neal Narayan Dubey 

2nd Major: Accounting 
LLnhthi Ngoc Duong 
Nicole Marie Evans 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Jeffrey Patrick Fitzgerald 
Eric Scott Goldberg 
John Joseph Halvorsen 
Gorden Budge Harvey 
Kevin S. Hoy 
Chiao-Fang Emily Hsu 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 



Jojolola O. Ilori 
Howard Lloyd Jackson 
Ronald Armando Jimenez, Jr. 
Shannon Nicole Joyner 
Amreen Afroza Kabir 
Vikram Kansal 
Eric A. Kaplan 
David Michael Kessler 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Bryan M. Kievit 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Andrew Scott Klein 
Naveen Krishnamurthy 

2nd Major: Economics 
Karl H. Lass, Jr. 
Andres Eduardo March 
Joseph Anthony Mascioli 
Richard Scott Mattison, Jr. 
Paul Evans Mauerman 

2nd Degree: Chinese 

2nd Major: Accounting 
WilUam Aloysius McAuliffe 
Robi Keith Mealo 
David Ryan Meier 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Franklin Willard Lee Meisel 

2tid Major: Economics 
Monica Charlotte Morillo 
Freddie P. Moultrie III 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Richard Samuel Newman 
Michael John Niemiec 

2nd Major: Marketing 
David Michael Nozinski 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Mary Elizabeth Owings 
Neeti Puri 
Michael Stephen Radicevich 



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§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude ' cum Laude 



CANDIDATES FOR UNDERGRAD 



DEGREES, DECEMBER 1997 



Jon Micah Reaver 
Michael Joseph Renoff 
•Daphna Elizabeth Richardson 
Scott Vincent Rosenfeld 

2nd Major: Accouttting 
Tresia Puspasari Said 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Jason Adam Seidner 
Harsh Jitendra Shah 
Poorav R. Shah 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Matthew Brian Shell 
Erin Hayes Short 
Christopher Domiruc Slezak 
Ann-Marie Simone Stewart 
Tarik Teferra 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
John A. Vengroski 111 
Richard Massoni Volta 
Eric Ryder Warehall 
Charles Callicoat Watts 
LaTonya Michelle Wilson 
Aurelio Federico Yepes 

2nd Degree: General Business and 

Management 

General Business and 
Managemeni 

Putri Rahmadani Abdullah 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Dana Claire Adler 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Emir Bin Aziz 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Christopher Francis Barbaro 
Andrea Barok 

2nd Major: Finance 
David Michael Burtnick 
Rocio Caballero-Bosch 



Matthew Eugene Casey 
Wei-Lun Chuang 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Monique Jasmin Collier 
Marcellito Navarro Corpuz 
David Edward Del Marr 

2ud Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Kathleen Maura Eder 
Ryan Thomas Edwards 

2nd Degree: History 
Juan Pablo Foronda 

2nd Major: Finance 
Andrew Friedenberg 
Tina Ann Graham 
David Hampton Grimm 
Kimberly Eve Hall 

2nd Degree: Spanish Language 

and Literature 
Leonard George Kieffer 
Annie Eun-Hee Kim 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Shuk-Kei Ko 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Phillip David Kraft 
tPhuong Uyen Lam 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Aimee Cremen Lesch 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Richard Huann Liao 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
'Allen Merle Menegay 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Jeffrey A. Michaels 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Stuart Allen Miller 



Tariq Moeed Moiduddin 

2nd Major: Marketing 

3nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Igor Mosyak 
Kimberly Moyer 
Jaehyun Oh 
Nicholas John Pei 
Gabriel Eduardo Perez 
Keisha Perkins 
Robert Joseph Prichard 11 
Thongmaly Raspakdy 
Lisa M. Rickett 
Joakim George Roumain 
Rajinder Kaur Saini 
Juan Daniel Sanchez 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Evelyn Lamelle Shaw 
Caroline Renee Steiger 
Jeffrey L. Stein 
Cynthia Joan Thomas 
Judy Wang 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Shih-Ping Wu 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Beneyam Yemane 

2nd Major: Finance 
Aurelio Federico Yepes 

2nd Degree: Finance 

Human Resource Management 

Cristin Anna Armbruster 
§Melissa Joy Barmash 
Stacy Taylor Diver 
Kevin Jonathan Ferger 
*Brandi Lee Giunto 
Janet Louise Robinson 
Adam Jason Sutton 



Logistics and Transportation 

Nathaniel Kwesi Akafia 
Amy Rebecca Berlen 
Dimple Giri 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Peter Hanchang Kang 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Suwanna Komsatayapongvudhi 
Philip Jay Ludington 
Hykel Mulugeta 
Candise Amilia Murphy 
Victoria Anne-Louise Nickle 
David Wendell Palmer 
Jacquelyne Adelphine Robinson 

2nd Major: Marketing 
Mark Lynn Smith 

Management Science 
and Statistics 

Frank E. Choi 
2nd Major: Management Science 
and Statistics, Specialization in 
Decision and Information 
Sciences 

Nathasha Patricia Claxton 

Curtis Maurice Coleman 

Morfini Hangemanole 

Oron GUI Haus 

Michael Walter Heise 

Grefchen Herring 

Thomas Jee 

Revo M. Luistro 

Vladimir A. Olenichev 

Sang Won Park 

Chirag C. Patel 

Chanel Ar\'etta Redd 



§ Summa cum Laude t Magna cum Laude ' cum Laude 



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Amit Kumar Sharma 
2nd Major: Management Science 
and Statistics, Specialization in 
Decision and Information Sciences 

May P. Shum 

Rachel Beth Sitron 

Roberto M. Spangler 

Neal Edward Trieber 

I-I Tsai 
2nd Major: Management Science 
and Statistics, Specialization in 
Decision and Information Sciences 

'Gerald Vincent Versace 

Matthew Floyd Warren 

Gregory Logan Weiss 

Mar1(eting 

Gary S. Ash 
Anjiun Ashraf 

2nd Major: Gmeral Business and 

Management 
Edward H. Barnes 111 
Kimberly Susan Berliner 
'Matthew Richard Berzinski 
Tanmay Rakesh Bhatt 

2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 
Liza Rebekah Bigger 
Ryan Wyatt Bissett 
Richard M. Blackman 
Michele Lynn Bloom 
Ari Jack Bodner 
Sonya Marie BoUino 
Shannon Elisha Bracey 
Jeffrey Michael Brady 
*Ryan Michael Burkhard 
Casey Glen Burroughs 
Robert Allen Campbell 
Alison Dawn Colen 
Gregory H. Crofford 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 



Ian M. Crystal 
Paul Y. Dupervil 
Michael Glenn Erickson 
Cregan B. Fenlon 
Sergio Ramiro Fernandez 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Laura Katheryn Fout 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Peter Nicholas Gousis 
Julie Anne Grafton 
Almudena Grau 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Elizabeth Ann Hendershot 
Neninta Gratia Hutabarat 
Jennifer August Jackson 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
William Lee Jerwen 
Joshua Robert Katz 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Katherine Anne Kauffman 
Stephen Robert Kuzner 
VinhLe 

Anna Melissa Liwanag 
Diana Lee Lynch 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
James F. McCoUum, Jr. 

2nd Major: General Business and 

Management 
Gregory G. McLeod 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Marc Anthony Menick 
Hayley Miller 



Jeffrey Michael Miller 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
John Patrick Miller 
Gaurav Mittal 
Mark Moorman 
Kevin Thomas Murphy 
Natalie Vonetta Nagthall 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Felipe Cerbino Peres 

2nd Major: Finance 
Todd Michael Porter 
Matthew Todd Raydo 
Kermeth Wade Richards 

2nd Major: Logistics and 

Transportation 
Adam J. Riegelhaupt 

2nd Major: Human Resource 

Management 
Mark Andrew Rositol 
Tricia A. Simms 

2nd Major: Finance 
Constance Alayne Steele 
Gary Scott Stringer 
Philip E. Suissa 
Dennis Henry SuUcowski 
Alexander Car\'er Sutton HI 
Ann Gerard Svikhart 
Amy R. Taykan 
Eric Drew Trexler 
Bradley Joseph Zieler 



COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, 
MATHEMATICAL AND 
PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Astronomy 

Adrienne Candace MacLeod 

Computer Science 

Frah Imtiaz Ahmad 

2nd Degree: Mathematics 
Jason D. Allen 
Suresh S. Aryangat 

2nd Degree: Physics 
Chi-Ming Au-Yeung 
Nicholas Thomas Avgerinos 
'Karun Bakshi 
Joseph E. Bartell 
Katayoun Bashir 
*Neil Andrew Brench 
Ligeng Cao 

2nd Degree: Electrical Engineering 
Kyle Stuart Chapman 
Chunman Cho 
Michael Cho 
Christopher Eric Classon 

2nd Degree: Electrical Engineering 
Donald Anthony DiPaula 
Dawn Maim El Missouab 
Peter John Ersts 
Kerry Ann Flynn 
Anuradha Ganguly 
Charles Harold Goldman 
Michael Marcus Gruen 
Laurie Jane Hammond 
Khoa D. Ho 
Mark Orion Hobgood 
Hao Tri Hong 
Johnnv Hsiung 
Jiechang Huang 



Q- 



§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude * cum Laude 



CANDIDATES FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES, DECEMBER 199 



Joshua Ryan Icore 
Ken Iwasa 
Pritish Kuryan Jacob 
Chih-Hsien Kao 
Chih-Hung Kao 

2nd Degree: Electrical 

Engineering 
Sidhartha Predhiman Kaw 
Kurt Robert Kesselman 
Aria Khoshkhou 
Joon M. Kim 
Yowong John Kim 
*Reuven Kitov 
Stephen Michael Krietz 
Chia-Lun Kuo 
Glen Alan Lee 
Nimrod Levy 
Eric Yea Liang 
Vinh Xuong Luc 
Tariq Magdon-Ismail 
Robert Mace Manning 

2nd Major: Mathematics 
nbert Isaac Miller 
Hayder All Mir 
Roya Mohseni 
Stephen Patrick Morgan 
Licinaeli Kineneko Mtei 
Chung Huu Nguyen 
Carlos Michael O'Kieffe 

2nd Major: Mathematics 
Carl John Ochs, Jr. 
Asim Mahmood Qureshi 
Geoffrey Matthew Ransom 

2nd Major: Mathematics 
Negar Razbani-Tehrani 
John Clinton Ridge II 
Ian Thomas Robinson 
Sheldon Leigh Robinson 
Vincent Richard Romano 
Eric William Saari 
Navin Sharma 



Chad Alexander Smith 
Matthew Gerard Smith 
Andrea Maureen St. George 
Jonathan David Steele 
Christopher M. Steinig 
Steven Garrett Stubbs 
Hou-Yu Alex Su 
Zachary Lovre Taylor IV 
True M. Tran 
Hoai P. Vo 
Thuyanh Tran Vo 
*Chen Wang 

2nd Major: Mathematics 
Kwok C. Wong 
David Leander Woodard 
Pak Wai Henry Wu 
Po Shan Yeung 
Ki Sung Yoon 

Geology 

Gregory M. Etter 
Matthew Curtis McMillan 
Norbert Ashwingnui Ndofor 
Tracy Lynn Rocca 
Jerome Otto Schorr in 

Mathematics 

Frah Imtiaz Ahmad 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
Syed Shahab Ahsan 
Kevin Honore Bright 
Stephanie Hui-Fen Fan 
'Kenneth Eugene Gosier 
Pranav Chandrakant Raichura 
Margaret Martha Ripley 
Mark Andrew Roush 
Insun Yoo 



Physical Sciences 

Robert Shawn Franklin 
David Scott Hale 
Jeffrey Evans Hall 
Paul William Harris 
Gregory Stephen Krasowski 
Giselle Vema Lloyd 
Nicole Danielle Powell 
Vem Leroy Shird 

Physics 

Suresh S. Aryangat 

2nd Degree: Computer Science 
Mark Lewis Plett 

2nd Degree: Electrical 

Engineering 
Michael Derwin Wilson, Jr. 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Arts 

Education — Art — Professional 

*Samantha Lea Ferris 

Education — Music K-12 — 
Professional 

Catliryn Inez Wanders 

Secondary Education — 
English (Language Arts) — 
Professional 

Lauren M. Engelhart 
Amy Beth Lebowitz 
Denise Louise Nenichka 
Lisa Vitali 



Secondary Education — Social 
Studies — Professional 

Tara Ann Cowe-Spigai 
Wayne Edward Jacobson 
Sandra Mary Laake 
Suzanne Mentz 
Christopher Adam Montesano 

2nd Major: Geography 
Joseph L. Rooney, Jr. 

Secondary Education — 
Speech Education — 
Professional 

Bruce Bernard Brown 

Secondary Education — Theatre 
and English — Professional 

Cortney Leigh Albert 

Bachelor of Science 

Early Chidhood Education — 
Professional 

Jennifer Jo Ahem 
Kristen Lee Ahlstrom 
Elizabeth Anne Beardall 
Jennifer Blumberg 
Stacy Michelle Blume 
Deborah Aline Boyd 
Sharina l^eigh Buschor 
Patricia Jean Chilcoate 
Melissa Anne Conine 
Tonya Lee Cox 
Jennifer Dawn Cullen 
Diana Daca 
*Lisa Kent DiLonardo 
Natalie Danielle Foster 
Sheri Nicole Gordon 
Joanne Eunsook Han 
Krisfa Noelle Harvey 
Jermifer Stedman Hobbs 



§ Summa cum Laude t Magtm cum iaude " cum Laude 



Lara Rebecca Hoffman 

Nicole Marian Hopkins 

Cynthia Lee Hoyle 

Ellen Amy Issenman 

Mary Regina Kim 

Shannon Marie Knight 

Amy Elizabeth Lainhart 

Shannon T. Langley 

Elizabeth Ann MacKusick 

Monica Lee McGirt 

Rainya Petrina Miller 

Julie Dolores Milor 

Gianna Marie Nalda 

Cynthia Marie Nicholson 

Emmanuelle Virginie PaccagneUa 

Monalisa Pak 

Cristi Kyriaki Petropouleas 

§Holly Burgess Pyle 

Christine Elaine Raffa 

tjuli Ann Robinson 

Deidrea Margaret Schnabel 

Lynne Carrie Schwartz 

Robin Paige Silber 

Ellen Terry Sloan 

Kim Michelle Smith-Raub 

Vimol Tan 

Kendre Johanne Von Stetten 

Christina Lyrme Webb 

Education — Art — Professional 

Catherine Christine Netanel 

Education — Music K-12 — 
Professional 

Kelly Louise Grabowski 
John David Humphrey 
Jennifer Cardinal Roach 
Laura Marie Shumate 
*William Anthony Smith 



Elementary Education — 
Professional 

Tammie F. Bewley 
Kimberly Ann Brucculeiri 
Stephanie Michelle Davis 
Patrick Dishler 
David DiFonzo 
Analucia Caldas DoCouto 
Tanya Jay Eckert 
Samirah Ghassoub El-Baf 
Tatiana Adriana Fernandez 
Kathleen Margaret Flaherty 
Suzanne Annette Ford 
Lauren Michelle Fox 
Tiffany June Galati 
Kirk Jason Hutchinson 
Christine Mary Jackson 
Jennifer C. Kawar 
Cathleen Judith Kocur 
Amy Jo Krupka 
Dara Langone 
Jennifer Lefflbine 
Michelle E. Lipson 
Regina Marie Little 
Katherine Carter Lonsdale 
Ricardo Humberto Martinez 
Michelle Deruse McGee 
Kristen Ann Miller 
Tracy Ann Montgomery 
Tanya Marie Monti 
Margaret Golt Mullen 
Melissa Diane Murray 
Stephanie Schumacher Myles 
Karen Marie Natoli 
Victor Lawrence Perry 
Christine Jack Sartwell 
Valerie Anne Scibelli 
§Tahmineh A. Shadkhoo 
tjuanita Renee Sholes 
Michael John Tinney 
Laura Elaine Trench 



Gary Wayne Walton 
Diana Christine Wood 

Secondary Education — Social 
Studies — Professional 

Mabrooka Chaudhry 
Dawn Chantel Davies 
•Robert Scott Edwards 
Theresa Marie Pons 
Nathan Richard Smarick 
tBeth Erin Tipper 
Tracy J. WaUs 
Donald Alan Walters 
Karen Ann Zeh 
2nd Degree: History 

Secondaiy Education — 
Mathematics — Professional 

Peter Liam Cashman 
Michelle Maureen Farrell 
Rebecca Elizabeth FirJc 
Keisha Tamrell Henry 
Wiley Edward Hooks 
Armand Dale Klinger, Jr. 
Kelly Michael Lama 
Steven Darg Roberts 
Kathleen Joan Williston 



COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND 
HUMAN PERFORMANCE 

Bachelor of Science 

Family Studies 

Shahram Aalai 
Bridgette Marie Allan 
Margaret Michael BarkdoU 
Nan Maria Bayster 
Terrel Lee Bishop 
Stephanie Leondra Bonner 



Teresa Lynn Bradley 
Paula Andrea Canard 
Enuna Karin Cappello 
Andrea Nagisa Capps 
*Amy S. Chen 
Ha T. Chu 

Nadine La Verne Darbeau 
Deanna Marie Dougherty 
Alison Patricia Dunphy 
Jodi Michelle Feldman 
Karen Lynn Goldberg 
Stephanie Anne Goldberg 
Keith Brian Goldschmidt 
Ernest C. Grier 
Maxine Christine Harrison 
Stephanie Lynn Hays 
Elizabeth Leigh Helfman 
*Stacey Jo Hensley 
Linda Elaine Hickman 
DeChanta Consela Hill 
Kate Elizabeth Houtz 
Tamika Johnson 
Luvronda Teresa Jones 
Amy Gail Levine 
Claudette Mauro 
Mendy Lyn Meeks 
Rita B. Muehlman 
Tiffany A. Nalepka 
Leigh- Ann Marie Nauser 
Kelly Ann O'Brien 
Jennifer Lynne Oginz 
Heather Leigh OUve 
Eladia Leigh Parrilla 
Wanda S. Patterson 
Natalie Perkins Ross 
Caroljnn M. Rychcik 
Kimberly Ann Sacks 
Tony Ramone Sawyers 
Sourinthone Sue Singhavong 
Rachel Allison Smith 
Michele Soleimanzadeh 



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§ Summa cum Laude f Magna cum Laude * cum Laude 



CANDIDATES FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES 



DECEMBER 1997 



Krista Kimiko Takai 
Shawn Deldrea Thomas 
Danielle Jill Thur 
Kim Ann Valentine 
Susan Danielle Vemia 
LaShanda LaShall Young 

Health Education 

§Teresa Bendana 

John Patrick Carey 

Sunny Hyun Cho 

Glenda Stephania David 

Marsha Marie Dziuba 

Lisa Anne Fairley 

Heruy R. Fellner 

Shari Nicole Goldman 

Annette Lynn Hunt 

Chyla Toye Hunter 

Patricia C. Russo 

Tracey Lynn Sachs 

Khaldoun Sayyad 

Karen Michael Siwinski 

Derrainnya R. Nazaire Thomas 

Kinesiological Sciences 

Lora S. Aggour 
Nicole Rae Baierlein 
Nicole T. Banner 
•Joshua Michael Baron 
Michael Ian Becker 
Scott Bergman 
Brian Everett Blanton 
David Arthur Blimmel 
Wayne C. Boor 
Kevin Gregory Cross 
Jane Martha Dlouhy 
Meghan Elizabeth Feeney 
Erica Lynn Fry 
Shaiuion Pauline Gavin 
Marian Lenora Geist 
Derrick Oliver Harris 



Nicole Patrice Harris 
Jason Thomas Jacobs 
Yvorme Marie Jennings 
Steven Robert Jordan 
Karen M. Kaiser 
Heather Kathryn Kersey 
Jeffrey Wilson Kirby 
Renette Ann Kirton 
Jill Elizabeth Kremzier 
Judith Ann Kuester 
§Jordan Mary McAnmiond 
Lori Aim Niekrevkficz 
Trisha Marie O'Grady 
Ross M. Pirowskin 
Natalie Renee Rich 
Elizabeth Lynn Schlerf 
Swain Earl Sherman 
Guy Melvin Smith 
Kristin Ann Spitzer 
Jose Reyes Teneza 
Jamie Christina Waxier 
Richelle Yolanda Wilson 
Steven Scott Wohl 

Physical Education 

Edgar Brian Batenga 
Greg Matthew LeGrand 
Carmine Harry Russo 
Kevin Robert Shevitz 

Recreation 

Matthew Warren Corley 



COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 

Bachelor of Arts 

Journalism 

tGittel Anna Allen 
Karen Carbonar Ballard 
Kevin L. Behan 
Christie Lynn Blum 
Daniel Aaron Brown 
§Dawnita Dianne Bruner 
Peter Joseph Catanzaro 
Christine Chou 
Samuel Clover 
Jason Peter Da Ponte 
Daniel Paul Davies 
Ann-Sophie DeFee 

2nd Major: History 
Kenneth Bernard Feurer 
Jacquelyn Bernice Flowers 
Christina Erin Frasch 
Mona Mae Frastaci 
Jonathan Scott Gellman 
Neal Alan Greene 
*Roanna Burdette Hemsley 

Handy 

Jermifer Ann Hawes 
Heather Susan Hull 

2nd Degree: General Agriculture 
Andrew Charles Krauss 
Kawana Lavenia Lloyd 
Devin Chandler Justin Lowe 
Michelle Ann Lunato 
Thomas Conway Madigan 
Jeffrey Franklin Matheny 
Kathleen Patricia McCarthy 
Katrina McGarry 

2nd Major: Psychology 
Tara Kathleen Murphy 
David J Murray 
Heather Elaine Neff 



Augusta Marie Olsen 
Eric Andrew Relkin 
David Michael Reynolds 
Marcel Reynolds 
Todd Brian Rlioads 
Jonathan Eric Schwartz 
Andrea Lynn Silbermann 
Tangela Tennille Smith 
Jeffrey David Stauffer 
Angela Dominique West 
*Carin Tunney Windom 
Renee Marie Wood 



COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Biochemistiy 

Sonia Deloris Balfour 
William Paul Byerly, Jr. 
Ming-Lai Cheng 
Joseph Sangwook Chon 
Darlene David 
Jean Elade Eloi 
Jilian Childers Hewitt 
*Thanh D. Hoang 

2iid Major: Biological Sciences 
Dennis Anthony Huie 
Kevin Seung Hwang 

2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 
Ibtihal Omar Ibrahim-McElroy 
Lan Kim Le 
•Michael Shangte Liao 
Helen M. Mahy 
Moses Clifford Nwala 
Chris Edward Surowiec 
Mark C. Weaver 



§ Summa cum Laude t Magna cum iMude ' cum Laude 



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Biological Sciences 

Amponsaah Adomako 
Diane T. Afolabi 
Michelle Monique Alexis 
Megan H. Amabile 
Shahram Amin-Darolzabi 
Brian Oniel Anderson 
Angel Mario Aponte 
Brian Allan Assalone 
Jean Bahram Azarbal 
Naela Moshtary Bashar 
Susan Silva Batista 

2nd Degree: Psychology 
Sophia Lorraine Berkel 
Tanmay Rakesh Bhatt 

2nd Degree: Marketing 
Mary Bessie Bolleddu 
Melissa Anne Bridges 
Stephen Robinson Brown, Jr. 
Michael Brian Chait 
Chacko Sebastian Chakiath 
Catherine Lee Chamberlain 
Donna Renee Sattler Chambers 
Jermifer Chia-Shin Chang 
Peter Suk - Jun Choi 
§Majid Eslami Cina 
Mehdi E. Cina 
Emily Bemice Clark 
Nova Carrrvin Cobble 
Carolyn Marie CoUica 
Todd Heyward Creasy 
Patrick William Cronin 
*Manjeet Dadyala 
Hamid Reza Daneshpour 
Joseph John Demma III 
Willis Dorr DeHart 
Barbara A. Dominguez 
loana Roxana Dragoi 
Lori Giget Eckhardt 
Fatima Marie Elnigoumi 
Munir Ahmed Faridi 



Joseph Peter Farmer 
Karon Atoka Ferguson 
Katherine Ann Franklin 
Nicole Joy Frederick 
Glenn Frederick Gebler 
Alexis Gabrielle Gelb 
Nazanine M. Gharagozlou 
Enrique M. Gomez 
Pablo Walter Gomez 
ni Eniko Gondan 
Martha Gorogias 
Lisa Ann Graves 
Yolanda Renae Graves 
Roye Joel Greer\zaid 
Akua B. Gyabaah 
Ronnie M. Halim 
Brandy Lauren Harleston 
Thomas Alan Hasling 
Adam J. Hedaya 
Colby Grant Helms 
Christine Hong 
Gwendolyn Denise Hunt 
Thanh-True Huynh 
Kevin Seimg Hwang 

2nd Degree: Biochemistry 
Alexander Timothy hnholtz 
Latifa Fatima Jackson 

2nd Degree: French Langi4age and 

Literature 
Joseph Michael Jasinski 
Linda Beth Joannides 
Eric Thomas Johnson 
Kurt Charles Jones 
Tae Yun Kang 
Nandita Kapur 
Maninderjeet Kaur 
Shahram Khozin 
Sung J. Kim 

Anthony Shengzhi King 
*Francis Joseph Kinnier ID 
Katya Kray 



*Khalid Hekny Kurtom 

Sedar M. T. Labarre 

Bang - Trinh Hoang Le 

Diem-Trang Khoa Le 

Trong Kim Le 

Charles Noble Lednum III 

Jin Kyung Lee 

Pervis Christopher Lee 

Amy Mari Danica Lenhart 

Cibele A. Lima 

Lisa Linton 

Jeffrey Robert Livezey 

N. Nicholas Lysenko 

Tani Mahama 

Catherine Anne McClintock 

Sylvan Aaron McDowell 

Azita Moazzez 

Felicia Ann Morris 

2nd Degree: Criminology and 

Criminal justice 
Brett ErUng Moseley 
Matia Mulumba 
Peter Daniel Murray 
*Amy Elizabeth Musk 
Nurun Nahar 
Alexandra I. Newman 
Cuong Ngoc Nguyen 
Luan Minh Nguyen 
Thanhlong Viet Nguyen 
Chikako Oi 

Obinna Umunna Okoroma 
Kevin William Palmer 
Michele Papadopoulos 
Ebonie Tanasha Payne 
Russell Alan Payne 
Van Ngoc Pham 
Krista Lae Phillips 
Bakhtawar Aspi Ramamoorthy 
Antoinette Venessa Reid 
Lori Denise Rhoads 
John Paul Rinker 



Stephanie Eileen Rockwell 
Anne Knight Rogers 
Larry Edward Rohleder, Jr. 
Sonia Elizabeth Ruiz 
Mary Elizabeth Russ 
Alison Beth Ryan 
Inayet F. Sahin 
Mohamed S. Salah 
Daniel Stehl Saxinger 
Cathy Ann Schechterly 
LaShann Monique Selby 
Alexander Sharayera 
Rishahh Sharma 
Jennifer Eileen Silcox 
Carla Olukemi Simon 
Patricia Lynn Sinclair 
Juspreet Kaur Singh 
Timothy L. Skane 
Sudhita Karumuri Subbarao 
Aelia Syed 

Gerard Anthony Tablada 
Danh C. Tran 

2nd Degree: Psychology 
Richard Tuli 
Shiny Varghese 
Valerie Ann Vehemente 
Daniel David Boschetti Walsh 
Chaoyu Wang 
Rita Michelle Williams 
Barney Benjamin Woodard, Jr. 
Magdalena Dominica 

Woronkowicz 
Jennifer Helen Wright 
Ginger Faye Young 



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C A N D 



S FOR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES, DECEMBER 1997 



Hina Yousufi 

2nd Degree: Microbiology 
Marie-Claude Zando 
Ali Reza Ziglari 
Faraz Zubairi 

Chemistry 

Aisha Ahmad 
Tracy Michelle Bryant 
Paul Westley Dickinson 
Matthew David Disney 
Maria Francisca Jofre 
Hyun Joo Ku 
Natalie Belinda Neumann 
Amy Christine Norton 
Susan Paulette Onana 
Tewodros Ramet 
Lynda Margaret Rennie 
loana Isabela Ruse 
Sina Shir-Mohammadi 
Michael James Vardon 



Microbiology 

Amy Lyiine Boore 
Nicole Theresa Borkowski 
Clayton Bernard Deming 
§Ali Esmaili 
Christine Lynn Hall 
Rodolfo Matos 
Heshimu McCray 
Stephany Ann-Marie McGann 
Joanne Farouq Musa 
Joseph Francis Newland 
Rebecca Anne Phillips 
Fatemeh Farzaneh Pimia Rahim Z 
Golbarg Pourkhomami 
Dora Sofia Reategui 
Kathleen Anne Ryan 
Shahla Shakeri 
Jeya Sophia Yogaraj 
Hina Yousufi 
2nd Degree: Biological Sciences 



UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 

Bachelor of Arts 

Individual Studies 

Christopher Michael Doyle 
Michael Dominick Johnson 
Jennifer Jeamie Lau 
John James Marias 
Ye Naing Oo 
Brett Joseph Ripkin 
Amy Lynne Schreiber 
Faith Rebecca Stemlieb 

Bachelor of Science 

Individual Studies 

Joshua Ian Dreifuss 
Emily Farrah Herman 
Elizabeth Ana Piper 
Nicole Yvonne Zdrojewski 
2nd Degree: Anthropology 



CANDIDATES FOR 
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 
DECEMBER 1997 

Afro-American Studies 
Certificate 

Marlon Dorsey Clary 
Kieran Blake McGrath 
Nicole Danielle Powell 
Liza Annette Sanchez 
Sylvie Leah Straus 

Women's Studies Certificate 

Kiran Dayal Chatani 
Jennifer Beatrice Dayton 
Jessica M. Dipietro 
Elizabeth Rebecca Lasko 
Desiree Lachelle Smith 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
AFROTC COMMISSIONEES 

Commissioning Date: 
December 21, 1997 



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Dawnita Dianne Bruner 
Marc Salmo Llacuna 
Rebecca Anne Phillips 
Erik Wayne Shipley 
Carl M. Watkins 



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Scholarship Honors 



B 



achelor's degree candidates who have qualified for scholarship 
honors upon graduation are designated by appropriate symbols 
adjacent to their names within the alphabetical listings of colleges 
or schools. 



To be eligible for consideration for such honors a candidate must meet the 
following general criteria: (1) have completed at least two years of work at 
the University of Maryland (60 semester hours, 30 of which were earned at 
the College Park campus) and (2) have a scholastic average of a "B" (grade 
point average of 3.0) or higher in University of Maryland work prior to the 
last semester of registradon before the awarding of a degree. 

Degree candidates who have met these criteria are shovin in the listings as 
qualifying, upon graduation, for the designators Summa cum Laude (if they 
ranked in the top 2 percent of the candidates in their respective colleges or 
schools). Magna cum Laude (if in the next 3 percent), or cum Laude (if in the 
next 5 percent) based on the grade point averages of students in the preced- 
ing three graduating classes of their degree-granting unit. 




UNIVERSITY HONORS 
CITATIONS 

Studeyits who have earned the 
University Honors Citation may 
wear red and gold braided cords over 
their academic goiuns. 

August 

Randolph Thomas Bishop 

Alice Michelle Deane 

Stacey Olivia Elliott 

Bin Gan 

Jeremy Seth Goldman 

Elena Christina Goumelos 

Melissa Beth Kabin 

Meghan Eileen Loftus 

Jennifer Lee Miller 

Ghislaine Laissa Ouedraogo 

Cora Lyim Sipe 

Jessica Christine Teets 

December 
Faraz Ahmed 
Suresh S. Aryangat 
Karun Bakshi 
Shannon Elisha Bracey 
Neil Andrew Brench 
Yunghsin Chen 
Majid Eslami Cina 
Monique Jasmin Collier 
Michael Patrick Di Stefano 
Michael Terrance Doster 
Ayn B. Ducao 
Amber Lee Foster 
Alexis Gabrielle Gelb 
Renee Michelle Giroux 
Charles Harold Goldman 
Pablo Walter Gomez 



Reva Gupta 

Joshua Ryan Icore 
Alexander Timothy Imholtz 
Pamela Meryl Jablow 
Carla Danielle Jeffrey 
Eun Hee Kim 
Reuven Kitov 
Nancy Robin Kramer 
Keith Victor Lee 
Amy Mari Danica Lenhart 
Michael Shangte Liao 
Reena Sheryl Meltzer 
Charles Leander Moore HI 
Amy EUzabeth Musk 
Alexandra 1. Newman 
LaKisha Pate 
Margaret Yao-Mei Peng 
Mark Lewis Plett 
AsJiish Sudhakar Purekar 
Inayet F. Sahin 
Valerie Anne Scibelli 
Juspreet Kaur Singh 
Jesse John Terrill 
Richard Tuh 
Valerie Ann Vehemente 
John A. Vengroski HI 
Michael Alan Wein 
Wai Fong Wu 
Ki Sung Yoon 
Nicole Yvonne Zdrojewski 



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DEPARTMENTAL HONORS 

August 

With high honors 
Zoologar 

Olga Nikiforova 

With honors 
Computer Science 

Thomas Carl Stamm 

General Business and 
{Management 

Christine Nwamaka Enwonwu 

Spanish Language and Literature 

Rafael Terry Beckford 

Zoology 

Edward Bong Han Lee 



December 

With high honors 
Anthropology 

Raymond Darryl Peters 
Kathryn Michelle Schaffer 

Microbiology 

Amy Lynne Boore 

With honors 
Accounting 

Mary Christine Castillo 
Andrea K. Spanou 
Pavel Zavadskiy 

Anthropology 

Joy Elizabeth Losee 

Biological Sciences 

Chacko Sebastian Chakiath 

Chemistry 

Matthew David Disney 

Computer Science 

Chi-Ming Au-Yeung 
Tariq Magdon-Ismail 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Monica Denise Bacon 

Economics 

Nathan Oliver Brantley 

Education 

Sheri Nicole Gordon 
Jeannette E. Landry 



Electrical Engineering 

Christopher Eric Classon 
Mark Lewis Plett 

Government and Politics 

Angela Joy Kiker 
Alana Denise Murray 

Psychology 

Natalya Gurevich 

Spanish Language and Literature 

Cecilia Bonanni 
Ji Hye Hwang 




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student Marshals 



The Senior Marshal Program began in 1991 as an opportunity 
for the campus community to acknowledge outstanding 
seniors at their commencement. The students selected to be 
marshals were nominated by faculty, administrators and staff 
for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to the 
University of Maryland. We are proud to recognize these truly remark- 
able students. 



Carl C. Andrews 
Monica D. Bacon 
Benjamin E. Beale 
Sonya BoUino 
Vincent A.M. Borrelli 
Kiran Chatani 
Lisa Kent DeLonardo 
Samantha Ferris 
Alicia C. Insley 
Heather K. Kersey 
Jen Landry 
Jennifer Lau 
Adriane Lavender 
Jordan McAmmond 
David Meier 
Reena Meltzer 



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Victoria A. Nickle 
Ryan Matthew Rezzelle 
Kathleen Ritchie 
JuU Ann Robinson 
Sara Salam 
Karin Michelle Smith 
Caroline Renee Steiger 
Eric R. Warehall 
Dan Yuen 





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BOARD OF REGENTS 

Lance W. Billingsley, Cliair 

Benjamin L. Brown, Vice Chair 

Margaret Alton, Secretary 

Nathan Chapman, Treasurer 

Members 

Lewis R. Riley, ex officio 

Mary Arabian 

Richard O. Bemdt 

Earle Palmer Brown 

Charles W. Cole, Jr. 

Edwin S. Crawford 

Tliomas B. Finan. Jr. 

Michael C. Gelman 

Louise Michaux Gonzales 

Wendell M. Holloway 

Harry R. Hughes 

AnnHuU 

Lillian Hobson Lincoln 

Rajiv Goel, Studciil Recent 



ACADEMIC DEANS 

William W. Destler, A. fames Clark School of Engineering 

Thomas A. Fretz, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources 

Steven W. Hurtt, School of Architecture 

James F. Harris, College of Arts and Humanities 

Irwin Goldstein, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences 

Howard Frank, College of Business and Management 

Richard H. Herman, College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences 

Willis D. Hawley, College of Education 

John J. Burt, College of Health and Human Performance 

Reese Cleghom, College of Journalism 

Ann E. Prentice, College of Library and Information Services 

Paul H. Mazzocchi, College of Life Sciences 

Susan Schwab, School of Public Affairs 

ADMINISTRATIVE DEANS 

Uene M. Nagel, Associate Provost for Research and Dean of the Graduate School 
Robert L. Hampton, Associate Provost and Dean for Undergraduate Studies 
Melvin E. Hall, Dean for Continuing Education, Summer and Special Programs 
Charles Lowry, Dean of Libraries 



UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION 

Donald N. Langenberg, Cluuicettor 

George L. Marx, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

Joseph Vivona, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance 

John K. Martin, Vice Chancellor for Advancement 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ADMINISTRATION 

William E. Kirwan, Prcsuieiit 

Gregory L. Geoffrey, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost 

Charles F. Sturtz, Vice President for Administrative Affairs 

William L. Thomas, Jr., Vice President for Student Affairs 

Reid W. Crawford, Vice President for University Advancement 



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COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE 

Alicia Arkell-Kleis, Diploma Office 

Mahnaz Bahrami, University Advancement 

J. Frank Brewer, Physical Plant 

Kathy Broady, Stamp Student Union 

Diaime Burch, University Advancement 

Gene Corcoran, Health Center 

Jessica Davies, University Advancement 

Amy Hanulton, Senior Class Council 

Lori King, Records and Registration 

Nick Kovalakides, Chapel 

Nancy Loomis, Dining Services 

Tracy Mecanko, Senior Class Council 

Gary Parker, Intercollegiate Athletics 

Patrick Perfetto, Conference and Visitor Services 

Diana Pritchard, University Book Center 

Debra Sahle, Health Center 

Alan Sactor, Environmental Safety 

Bill Scales, Disability Support Services 

Charles Stubbs, Special Sendees 

Bob Stumpff, Physical Plant 

Janice Summons, Campus Parking 

Harry Teabout, Physical Plant 

Larry Volz, Police Department 

Patrick Wadsworth, Dining Services 

Dirk Young, Shuttle UM 



OFFICERS OF COMMENCEMENT 

Chair 

Charles J. Beatty 

Dean's Office 

College of Education 
University Marshal 
Ralph D. Bennett, Jr. 

School of Architecture 
Faculty Marshal 
Alfred C. Boyd 

Chemistry and Biochemistry 
Student Marshal 
James L. Reveal 

Botany 
Music 
John E. Wakefield 

Director of Bands 




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UNrr REPRESENTATIVES 

Ja\aune Adams-Caston, Undergraduate Studies 

Craig Arnold, Arts and Humanities 

Diane Barlow, Libran/ and Information Services 

Katherine Beardsley, Behavioral and Social Sciences 

Carl Bovill, Architecture 

Ritzie Coleman, Computer, Mathematical and Physical Science 

Jane Fines, Engineering 

Charles Flatter, Education 

Brian Horick, Business and Management 

Albert Klavon, Life Sciences 

Thomas Moore, Arts and Humanities 

Delores Mulligan, Undergraduate Studies 

Joe Murray, Health and Human Performance 

Ann Petrone, Architecture 

Terri Harris Reed, Public Affairs 

Vicky Reinke, Library and Information Services 

Leon Slaughter, Agriculture and Natural Resources 

Greig Stewart, Journalism 

Lisa Tenly, Undergraduate Studies 

Dale VanderWall, Behavioral and Social Sciences 

Valerie Wedge, Education 

Jerry Wrenn, Health and Human Performance 

Thelma Williams, Computer, Mathematical and Physical Science 



DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL PLANT 

OFFICE OF GENERAL SERVICES/SPECIAL SERVICES STAFF 

RESPONSIBLE FOR SETTING UP COMMENCEMENT SITES 

Marcellous Anderson 
Leroy Blackwell 
Earl Blake 
John Brady 
Mordecai Brower 
Wa)me Daniels 
Larry Gamer 
Elwood Gross 
Larry Jefferson 
Marvin Johnson 
Susan Radisch 
George Saunders 
Thomas Saunders 
Johnny Sellers 
Rayfield Sellers 
Milton Sirleaf 
Bob Stumpff 
Charles Stubbs 
Danny Thompson 
Ronnv Yee 



Produced by Uiiivenity Aiiiwicement 

Cover Design: Jennifer Crogan, University Publications 

Photography: John T. Consoti, Al Danneger, Bill Denison, 

Rich Horchler, Scott Suchman and Bill Weems. 

Project Coordination: Dianne Burch, University Publications 

December 1997 



UNIVERSITY OF 

MARYLAND