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Commencement Program 2012 - AIM @ IU Home
FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL
COMMENCEMENT
INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND
6:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Michael A. McRobbie, President of Indiana University, Presiding
PROCESSIONAL ................................................. Indiana University South Bend
Southold Wind Ensemble
Conducted by Kenneth Douglas, Director
THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER .................... Led by Lawrence Mitchell-Matthews
Student, Indiana University South Bend
INVOCATION ..................................................... The Reverend Rebecca Kirkpatrick
Associate Paster, Sunnyside Presbyterian Church
South Bend
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTORY
REMARKS ............................................................ President McRobbie
Una Mae Reck
Chancellor, Indiana University South Bend
CONFERRAL OF HONORARY DEGREE ........ President McRobbie
(A biography of the honoree is printed on page 8.)
INDUCTION CEREMONY. ................................ Ashley Schmitt
Vice President, Indiana University South Bend
Student Alumni Association
Philip N . Eskew Jr.
Trustee, Indiana University
Philip Mark
President, Indiana University South Bend
Alumni Association
PRESENTATION OF THE
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD ............... Chancellor Reck
(A biography of the honoree is printed on page 9.)
PRESENTATION OF THE CLASS .................... Chancellor Reck
STUDENT ADDRESS ........................................... Cory Gilmartin, Class of 2012
CHARGE TO THE CLASS .......... ....... ................. President McRobbie
CONFERRAL OF DEGREES .............. ................ President McRobbie
Assisted by Chancellor Reck and deans,
chairs, and directors of the academic units
INTRODUCTION OF GRADUATES ................ J. Randall Colborn
Associate Professor of Theatre
Indiana University South Bend
HAIL TO OLD I.U . .............................................. Led by Mr. Mitchell-Matthews
RECESSIONAL.. ...... ............................................. Indiana University South Bend
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THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER
0 say, can you see, by the dawn's early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
0 say, does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
HAIL TO OLD I.U.
Come and join in song together,
Shout with might and main;
Our beloved Alma Mater,
Sound her praise again.
Chorus
Gloriana, Frangipana,
E'er to her be true;
She's the pride of Indiana,
Hail to old I.U.!
-Joe T. Giles, Class of 1894
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MEMBERS OF THE PLATFORM PARTY
JohnS. Applegate
Alfred J. Guillaume Jr.
Executive Vice President for University Regional
Affairs, Planning, and Policy
Indiana University
Executive Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs
Indiana University South Bend
Honorary Degree Candidate Escort
Elizabeth Bennion
James H. Howard
Associate Professor of Political Science
Campus Grand Marshal
Indiana University South Bend
Director of Programs in Radiography, Medical
Imaging, and Allied Health Indiana University
South Bend
Mayor Pete Buttigieg
Jeff Jones
Board of Advisors
Indiana University South Bend
Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs and Enrollment
Management
Indiana University South Bend
Daniel J. Callison
Dean, School of Continuing Studies
Indiana University
The Reverend Rebecca Kirkpatrick
Associate Pastor
Sunnyside Presbyterian Church, South Bend
Karen B. Clark
Interim Dean, School of Education
Indiana University South Bend
Cheryl Little
J. Randall Colborn
Philip Mark
Associate Professor of Theatre
Indiana University South Bend
President, IU South Bend Alumni Association
Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient
Carol Rippey Massat
Christopher L. Craft
Chair, Indiana University Alumni Association
Board of Managers
Director, Social Work Program
Indiana University South Bend
Douglas McMillen
Marvin V. Curtis
Dean, Ernestine Radin School of the Arts
Indiana University South Bend
Acting Dean, College of Health Sciences
Indiana University South Bend
Michael A. McRobbie
Robert H. Ducoffe
Dean, School of Business and Economics
Indiana University South Bend
President
Indiana University
Lawrence Mitchell-Matthews
Elizabeth Dunn
Student Song Leader
Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Indiana University South Bend
Thomas A. Morrison
Philip N. Eskew Jr.
Vice President for Capital Planning and Facilities
Indiana University
Trustee, Indiana University
William J. O'Donnell
Cory Gilmartin
Class of 2012, Student Speaker
Vice Chancellor, Administrative
and Fiscal Affairs
Indiana University South Bend
Robin Roy Gress
Secretary of the Trustees of Indiana University
University Platform Marshal
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Michael A. Patchner
Ilene Sheffer
University Dean, School of Social Work
Indiana University
Vice Chancellor, Public Affairs and University
Advancement
Indiana University South Bend
Alma Carolyn Powell
Honorary Degree Candidate
Lauren Trupiano
Sign Language Interpreter
Kristyn Quimby
Director, Dental Education
Indiana University South Bend
David A. Vollrath
Director, General Studies Degree Program
Indiana University South Bend
Una Mae Reck
Chancellor
Indiana University South Bend
Honorary Degree Candidate Escort
Bradley C. Wheeler
Vice President for Information Technology and
Chief Information Officer
Indiana University
Ashley Schmitt
Vice President, Indiana University South Bend
Student Alumni Association
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John N. Williams
Dean, School of Dentistry
Indiana University
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES
The audience is requested to remain seated until the last graduate has exited the hall.
The exercises of the forty-sixth annual
Commencement are enacted today at Indiana
University South Bend. The counterpart of
the pageantry enacted each year on campuses
all over the world is the solemn climax and
recognition of the graduates' years of study and
preparation for responsibility.
To help spectators understand the significance
of the ceremony, the following description is
furnished.
PROCESSION
Leading the procession is the grand marshal,
bearing the ceremonial Mace. The grand marshal
is attired in a white brocade gown with panels
trimmed in red velvet. The grand marshal's
cap is burgundy red velvet with a gold metallic
tassel. A gold satin sash with gold tassels hangs
from the shoulder. Immediately following the
grand marshal are the president and members
of the trustees of the university. The president,
as his badge of office, wears a jewel, emblematic
of the history of the state and of the university.
Other marshals wear shoulder sashes of various
colors and designs.
Led by the marshals, the candidates march
behind the banners of the respective divisions
and schools that recommend them for their
degrees. These schools and divisions are:
School of the Arts
School of Business and Economics
School of Continuing Studies
School of Education
College of Health Sciences
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
School of Social Work
As the candidates reach their seats, the members
of the faculties of Indiana University South
Bend march in, wearing the colorful hoods of
the colleges and universities from which they
graduated. The climax of the processional is the
platform party, which includes deans and other
personnel and the distinguished alumnus.
The trustees of the university can be identified
by their red velvet gowns, which have red velvet
panels and red velvet chevrons on the sleeves.
The panels and chevrons are outlined in cream,
and an Indiana University seal appears on the
left panel. The trustees wear black velvet caps
with gold metallic tassels.
ACADEMIC ATTIRE
All candidates for degrees and those who hold
degrees, including university officials and
faculty and visiting dignitaries, are attired in
traditional caps and gowns. The basic color for
most caps and gowns is formal black. However,
recipients of different degrees wear distinctive
tassels on their caps (the flat, square caps are
called mortarboards) and hoods of various hues
draped down the backs of the gowns.
CAPS
Candidates for the degrees wear the regulation
caps with the tassel color appropriate to the
degree being conferred. The tassel colors are:
Arts-Copper
Business and Economics-Drab
Continuing Studies-Gray and White
Dentistry-Lilac
Education- Light Blue
Labor Studies- Nile Green
Liberal Arts and Sciences-White
Nursing and Health Professions-Apricot
Public and Environmental Affairs-Peacock Blue
Radiography-Kelly Green
Social Work-Citron
GOWNS
The bachelor's and associate' s gowns have a
closed front and open sleeves. The master' s
gown has extremely long, closed sleeves, from
which the arms extend through a slit at the
wrist; the end of the sleeve is square, with an arc
cut away just above the bottom. The doctor 's
gown has velvet panels down the front and
voluminous bell-shaped sleeves on which there
are three velvet bars.
HOODS
The bachelor's hood, worn by those who have
already received bachelor's degrees, is rather
short with a narrow velvet edging in a color
matching the tassel and a lining in the color or
colors of the institution-crimson at Indiana
University.
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The master's hood is considerably longer, has
a wider velvet edging, and exposes more of the
lining.
The doctor's hood is easily recognized by the
width of the velvet edging, the wide panels
at either side, the greater length, and the
full exposure of the lining. The colors of the
edging most frequently seen are royal blue for
philosophy, green for medicine, purple for law,
and light blue for education; the colors for the
honorary doctoral degrees are purple for Doctor
of Laws, white for Doctor of Humane Letters,
pink for Doctor of Music, and golden yellow for
Doctor of Science.
GRADUATING WITH DISTINCTION
Indiana University holds all of its graduates
in high esteem and takes an added measure of
pride in those who have excelled academically.
Candidates who are graduating with distinction,
high distinction, and highest distinction are
entitled to wear on their left shoulders the
fourragere, cream and crimson cords. In
addition, on some campuses, qualified students
are entitled to wear gold medallions indicating
that they are graduating with honors.
The recorders in each school distribute
fourrageres to qualified students before
Commencement. The requirements for
graduating with honors are different for each
school.
HONOR CORDS
Graduates who are members of nearly 60
nationally recognized honor societies may
wear their societies' honor cords or medallions
during Commencement.
HONOR CORDS FOR VETERANS AND
SERVICE PEOPLE
Graduating students who have served or are
currently serving in the military wear red, white,
and blue cords.
SYMBOLS
Traditional in all formal ceremonies of Indiana
University are the Mace, symbol of authority;
the Jewel of Office, emblematic of the Office
of the President; and the Collar of the Jewel
of Office. The first is carried in the academic
procession by the grand marshal, and the last
two are worn by the president. In design and
ornamentation they represent significant events
in the history of the state of Indiana and of the
university.
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The treasured symbols were presented to the
university by its chapters of the Miami Triad in
celebrating their centennials. The Jewel of Office
was presented by Beta Theta Pi in 1945; the
Mace by Phi Delta Theta in 1949; and the Collar
of the Jewel of Office by Sigma Chi in 1958.
THE HISTORY OF ACADEMIC ATTIRE
Academic costume of today has a history of
nearly eight centuries. In medieval Europe, all
townspeople-men and women-wore long,
flowing robes and gowns. The materials and
colors varied according to the wealth and rank
of the individual and were governed by royal
decree. Gradually, there developed distinctive
gowns for the various professions, trades, and
guilds.
Students in the medieval universities of Paris,
Bologna, Oxford, and Cambridge organized
themselves into guilds. Their usual garb,
a long gown, was necessary for warmth in
the unheated buildings. Scholars, generally
members of church orders, wore these robes
and also hoods to protect their shaved heads.
Later, skull caps were worn on the head, and the
hood became a cape that could be pulled over
the head in unpleasant weather. As additional
universities were founded, distinctive forms
of the gown and hood were adapted by their
faculties for bachelors (apprentices of arts),
masters (teachers), and doctors (teachers who
had completed postgraduate studies). The
variations appeared mostly in the hood and
were regulated by strict rules. Tailors who
departed from the authorized design could be
punished. When caps and hats came into fashion
in the fifteenth century, the hoods became
ornamental, draped over the shoulders and
down the back.
The academic hat was adapted from the
headdress of ordinary people. It was first worn
as a symbol oi the master's degree and existed
in various forms. Some caps were stiff, some
soft, some square, some round with a tuft in the
center. The tassel of today is an elaboration of
the tuft. The mortarboard style comes to us from
Oxford.
When academic costume came to America
in 1754, styles varied. In Europe they still
do; however, in our country, usage has been
standardized by the Intercollegiate Code of
Academic Costume.
MARSHALS
Elizabeth Bennion, University Grand Marshal
Robin Roy Gress, University Platform Marshal
Faculty
Steve Gerenscer
Allison Stankrauf
Arts
Alan Larkin
TRUSTEES OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY
William R. Cast, Fort Wayne, Chair
Patrick A. Shoulders, Evansville, Vice Chair
MaryEllen K. Bishop, Carmel
Bruce Cole, Washington, D.C.
Philip N . Eskew Jr., North Webster
Cora J. Griffin, Galveston
Thomas E. Reilly Jr., Indianapolis
Derica W. Rice, Carmel
William H. Strong, H ong Kong, China
Business and Economics
Douglas Agbetsiafa
Continuing Studies
Joseph Chaney
Education
Susan Cress
Randy Isaacson
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Rebecca Torstrick
H ealth Sciences
Sue Anderson
Social Work
Paul Newcomb
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INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND
HONORARY DEGREE CANDIDATE
Alma Carolyn Powell
Doctor of Humane Letters
Alma Carolyn Nesbitt Powell
personifies the power of an
Indiana University degree.
Since earning a Bachelor
of Science and a Master
of Science in Elementary
Education from IU South
Bend 40 years ago, Powell
has distinguished herself as
an educator, administrator, civil rights champion,
community leader, and dedicated IU alumna.
"One of the tenets of an IU education is the
formation of students and alumni as global
citizens who are conscientious in their
responsibility to engage the communities where
they reside and work," says Alfred J. Guillaume
Jr., IU South Bend executive vice chancellor for
academic affairs. "Alma Powell is a sterling
exemplar of a committed citizen actively
engaged in the betterment of her communi ty to
advance the quality of life in Indiana and, more
specifically, in her region."
Powell has been changing lives since she began
work as a fourth-grade teacher in the South Bend
Community School Corporation. Her skills helped
her ascend to appointments as the first African
American principal within the school corporation
and as a desegregation implementor tasked with
bringing resource equity to inner-city students.
As an adjunct professor at IU South Bend and
Goshen College, Powell has helped scores of
future educators learn their craft. She retired in
2002 as director of curriculum and instruction for
Elkhart Community Schools.
Powell continues to change her world for the
better. One shining example is her involvement
in the creation of IU South Bend's Civil Rights
Heritage Center at the Natatorium, whose
mission is to preserve the legacy of the civil rights
movement and the achievements of local citizens.
Her years as a schoolteacher and administrator,
not to mention her experiences as an African
American woman accustomed to breaking
barriers, prepared her for this new challenge.
One of the first hurdles was convincing the
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local community that housing the cen ter in the
Natatorium would be a good idea. Built in 1922,
the Natatorium excluded black residen ts until
1936, when they were only allowed access one
day a week, at the end of which the pool would be
drained and refilled for white patrons. The pool
was completely desegregated in 1950.
Hard feelings about these degrading practices
persisted decades later. Kevin Lamarr James,
director of the center, recalls being new to
town and unsure of his own ability to convince
the African American community to support
repurposing the site as a civil rights memorial.
"Alma was very thoughtful, strategic, and
devoted to the cause and went above and beyond
what any of us might have imagined to ensure
that history was not lost," says James.
Since opening in 2010, the Civil Rights Heritage
Center at the Natatorium has thrived, earning
local and national recognition as well as three
grants to establish an African American Civil
Rights Landmark Tour in South Bend. Powell
remains involved w ith the center, consulting on
educational outreach and programming.
Powell has also worked as a senior scientist for
the Education Development Center, helping
to develop a training program for school
administrators in 10 U.S. cities, and served as
interim director of the Head Start Consortium
for the St. Joseph /Elkhart Counties Head Start
system.
Even when busy building an impressive c.::.1eer,
Powell has always been an IU supporter. She
served as the first African American chairwoman
of the Indiana University Alumni Association
Board of Managers and as president of the IU
School of Education's advisory board.
As Guillaume sums up, ''Alma is an outstanding
alumna of Indiana University, a deeply committed
community citizen, and an extraordinary human
being whose selfless devotion to her alma mater
and to humankind is unparalleled."
Powell' s husband, Bill, is also an IU graduate
and is retired. She has two children: Brian, an
accountant in South Bend, and Alicia, a television
producer in New York.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD
on politics. Ever since her zoo-saving days, in fact,
Little has been interested in government, politics,
and community activism .
Cheryl Little
Cheryl Little has always been a
can-do person.
When South Bend's beloved
Potawatomi Zoo was
threatened with closure in
1971, Little wrote a letter to
the local newspaper outlining
the importance of the zoo
to the community. Another
comm unity member saw the letter, contacted
Little, and they, along with five other couples,
formed the Friends of the Zoo to raise money and
upgrade the facility. "We saved the zoo-it's still
here!" she says with a laugh.
So it's no surprise that when a crisis threatened her
family's welfare, Little took action.
It was 1974, and Little was a stay-at-home mother
with two young children. Her world completely
changed the day her husband, Ken, suffered a
terrible accident on the construction site where he
worked. "H e was struck in the eye by a nail which
narrowly missed his brain," recalls the South Bend
native. "He lost the sight in that eye and was out of
work for an entire year."
In that year, Little managed to support the family
by working at a local accounting firm. Once her
husband recovered and was back on the job, she
had a new life plan. "I knew that my job had to
be getting an education in the event that I was the
sole financial support for my family again, and
that I needed a college degree," Little says. Enter
IU South Bend.
"IU South Bend was the greatest thing that could
have happened," she says. "The campus was
only five minutes from my home, and it even had
off-campus d ay care for children of nontraditional
students like me." Little threw herself into her
new "job," fitting courses around her children's
schedules, and eventually earning her B.A. in
political science in 1985.
When her children left the house for college a
few years later, this self-proclaimed "perennial
student" headed back to IU South Bend to earn her
master's degree in liberal studies, again focusing
While raising children and earning her degrees,
she put that interest into practice. In 1995, Little
ran for a seat on the South Bend Common Council.
She felt compelled to run because, as she puts it,
"I didn't share the opinions of the man running
for the office, and no one was challenging him."
Despite her lack of political experience, Little was
a contender, losing by only 110 votes. That race
put her on the political radar, and in 1998 Indiana
Governor Frank O'Bannon asked her to run for
Indiana Secretary of State against the incumbent,
Sue Anne Gilroy. Odds were not in her favor, but
the ever-pragmatic Little knew the experience
would still be valuable-she used it as fodder for
her IU South Bend master's thesis.
Aside from politics, Little is an active public
servant and was at the forefront of the women's
movemen t. She has served on the board of
directors of the Fischoff Chamber Music
Association. She has been a member of the Service
Guild, Rotary, Tri Kappa philanthropic sorority, the
Art League, the South Bend Alumni Association,
the South Bend Museum of Art, and the Botanical
Society of South Bend, and is still active in the
Junior League. Other volunteer activities included
Head Start, Habitat for Humanity, and countless
political campaigns. She served seven years on
the Indiana Commission for Higher Education,
the last two as chairperson. Little has received
the Chancellor's Medal from IUSB, recognition
by Ivy Tech State College North Central, and the
key to the city of South Bend. In 2003, Governor
O'Bannon recognized her years of service to the
state w ith its highest honor, the Sagamore of
the Wabash award. She even finds time to serve
her alma mater as a member of IU South Bend
Chancellor's ~d visory Board.
Little's impressive list of accomplishments is a
testament to her inner drive and commitment, but
Little is quick to credit IU South Bend too.
"My first IU South Bend degree gave me the
feeling of security and confidence I needed in case
I had to support my family," she says. "IU South
Bend has given me so much, and I have tried to
reciprocate in any way that I could. I hope I have
made them proud."
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INDIANA UNIVERSITY
SOUTH BEND
This Commencement program should be regarded as a preliminary document, pending confirmation of all
degrees. It includes graduates whose degrees lwve been conferred in December 2011, and candidqtes for degrees
for May, June, and August 2012. Degrees will be conferred after the completion of all requirements IS verified.
Diplomas are mailed three to four weeks after completion of degrees.
Indiana University Ernestine
E. Radin School of the Arts
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS
AMANDA ELAINE CAPARELL, Mishawaka
BACHELOR OF ARTS
CAROLINE LEE ARNETT, Walkerton
BRENNA M. BAGBY, South Bend
KELCIE J. BANKS, Mishawaka
SHATRINA LASHAY BATTEAST, South Bend
JOEL MICHAEL BAZZELL, New Carlisle
RASONDA LYNN CLARK, Elkhart
TABETHAANN COBURN-MCDONALD, South
Bend
KAITLIN CLARE COLE, Mishawaka
ALEX ANDREW DOBERENZ, Goshen
PAIGE NICOLE DRZEWIECKI, South Bend
GRACE DZONZI, South Bend
SUNNY EK, Middlebury
REX ALLAN CARD, South Bend
AARON E. T. GARDNER, Bedford
MICHAEL ANTHONY GONZALES, Osceola
JHUNIXA IVANNA GUTIERREZ, South Bend
JORDAN CHRISTOPHER HOLLAND, South
Bend
MICHAEL DANIEL HOUSEMAN, Niles,
Michigan
THOMAS GERALD HOWARD, Mishawaka
JASMINE KAREN HUGHEY, South Bend
JAMES DEAN HURLEY, Elkhart
BRYAN HEATH KAHNKE, Mishawaka
NAOMI DENISE KEELER, Mishawaka
ALISON MARIE KITT, South Bend
DEANNE R. LANDES, West Point, Iowa
JONATHAN CHRISTIAN LAWSON, South Bend
MI JIN LEE, South Bend
LUIS C. LIZARRAGA, Mishawaka
DANIELL£ E. MOLNAR, Goshen
BRITTANY ADAIR MORGAN, Osceola
JESSICA LYNN NGUYEN, New Carlisle
ALEX CHARLES NICHOLS, South Bend
IVOR L. NIGGEBRUGGE, Mishawaka
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RYAN CHRISTOPHER JACOB ONDERDO K,
South Bend
GIOVANNI ALEXANDER PONCIANO, Elkhart
VERONICA RENEE RlOS, Hammond
EMILY A. ROCKHILL, South Bend
SEAN A. ROWELL, South Bend
JENNA M. SATER, South Bend
COURTNEY CHR!STAAN SEANOR, South Bend
KELSEY LEIGH SHEETS, Nappanee
DONALD J. SMITH JR., Mishawaka
RODNEY ALLEN SMITH, Bremen
MOLLY MAR!E STAHL, Mishawaka
CLINTON LEE STAMATOVICH, Bristol
MARlA RUTH STANLEY, Mishawaka
TONYA L. TR!CKLER, Seattle, Washington
TIPHANEE J. VEGH, Mishawaka
KRYSTAL RENEE VIVIAN, South Bend
SARAH MAR!E WARD, Mishawaka
AMANDA KAY WAR ER, Austin, Texas
JILLIAN YVONNE WILSON, Sou th Bend
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS
ASHLEY NICOLE BIGGS, Goshen
ER!C C. BIKOWSKI, South Bend
RACHEL LYNN DAVIS, South Bend
RUTH REBECCA DIVINE, Argos
CHELSEA LAINE DIXON, Middlebury
ELIJAH WADE DURNELL, Goshen
CHRISTINE M. HATFIELD, Mishawaka
STACIE BRITTONY JENSEN, South Bend
MATTHEW J. KRONEWITTER, South Bend
CONNOR STEVEN MACDONALD, South Bend
EDGAR IGNACIO MACIAS, Goshen
TRACY NICOLE MARTIN, Mishawaka
PALISA MUCHIMBA, South Bend
MICHELLE JEANNETTE NOWAK, South Bend
GRACE MARIE PADGETT, Mishawaka
AMORENA C. RUFFOLO, Mishawaka
MONICA MICHELLE SHERCK, South Bend
RHONDA M. SUKICH, South Bend
MELISSA SUZANNE VAN DIERENDONCK,
Walkerton
BR!ANNA ALISA WATTS, Walkerton
JOSEPH MICHAEL ZAPATA, South Bend
MARY MARGARET ZIRILLE, Granger
ZUZANNA ZMUD, South Bend
BACHELOR OF MUSIC
JORDAN MAXWELL CAVITT, Elkhart
JAN MARIE H EEREN, Groverton
ETHAN WAYNE KAMPA, South Bend
CHIA-JUNG TSAI, Taiwan
MASTER OF MUSIC
WEI-LING LIN, Taiwan
TING YANG, Branchburg, New Jersey
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School of Business and
Economics
ASSOCIATE OF SCIEN CE IN BUSINESS
JUDY M. BRUMBAUGH, New Carlisle
PAUL VICTOR CASSELMAN, Elkhar t
URIEL A. CONTRERAS, Ligonier
CASEY EARL COUCH, South Bend
CODY ALAN DE SMITH, Mishawaka
JEREMIAH A. DUMKA, Goshen
FOFOA RUTH FINAU, Goshen
ELIZABETH APRIL FISHER, Granger
SULEIMA JUDITH GONZALEZ TRETO, South
Bend
ERIC JASON HIGBY, Mishawaka
ASHLEY MARIE MARTIN, Elkhart
ELIZABETH E. MEYERS, Plymouth
BARRY LYNN MOYER, Walkerton
SARAH T. NISWONGER, Elkhart
ALLAN LAMONT PRESTLY, South Bend
JUAN JOSE RAMOS, South Bend
JOHN ANDREW ROBERTS, Mishawaka
TRENT DANIEL SCHERER, Mishawaka
ASHLEY NICOLE SHERMAN, Lakeville
JAMES WAYNE SPILLMAN, South Bend
CANDICE MARY STONER, New Carlisle
PAUL J. SWAIN, Granger
AMY R. WAGONER, Elkhart
NICHOLAS JEFFERY WELLER, South Bend
MATTHEW L. WISE, Mishawaka
CANDI LYNN YOUNGS-HARDY, South Bend
BACH ELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS
KHALID DHIFALLAH ALMUTAIRI, South Bend
VADIM APEVALOV, South Bend
TRACIE LYNN ARCHAMBAULT, Elkhart
BROCK D. ARMINGTON, Mishawaka
PETER D. ARMSTRONG, Middlebury
EKIA ASSOA, South Bend
STACY LYNN BARTKOWIAK, South Bend
DARREN RONALD BATTEAST, South Bend
STEPHANIE ELAINE BELLA, Mishawaka
MORGAN SUZANNE BENNETT, Eau Claire,
Michigan
CORBIN LYDELL BORKHOLDER, Bremen
BRANDON MICHAEL BOWEN, White Pigeon,
Michigan ,
BETHANY. MARIE BRANTLEY, La Porte
PATRICK JAMES BROSNAN, Dowagiac,
Michigan
JADE D. BUCHANAN, Plymouth
THEODORE JAMES CAMPBELL II, Elkhart
JOHN ADAM CARINGTON, Michigan City
ANTHONY C. CARROLL, Elkhart
CH IN G CHUN CHANG, Mishawka
SARAH JANE CHERRYHOLMES, Osceola
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LEANNE JOLIE CLIFTON, Mishawaka
DAVID E. CLORE, St. Joseph, Michigan
ISAIAH ALBERT COUNSELLOR, Mishawaka
ALLISON ELIZABETH CUSICK, La Porte
GREGORY WILLIAM D' ADAMO, Granger
PAUL M. DAVIES, South Bend
CARLAK. DAVIS, South Bend
STEPHANIE LYNN DEMING, South Bend
MAYRA DIAZ-ARRIETA, Mishawaka
NICHOLAS AARON EBEN ROTH, Goshen
BROOKS ALLEN EGOLF, Nappanee
MOHAMED HASSAN EL-AMMORI, South Bend
ROSALIE MARIE EMMA-SULLIVAN, South
Bend
DANIELLE RENE ENGLE, Mishawaka
ANTHONY JOSEPH FANNO, Granger
COTE MARIE FERRIE, Granger
FAYETTE E. FLOURNOY, South Bend
SHANE ANTHONY FORSLUND, Mishawaka
JESSICA A. GAMEL, South Bend
JASON RYAN GEYER, South Bend
ANGELA GIBSON, Mishawaka
LEXANDER GONZALEZ, Miami, Florida
CARLOS DEANGELO GRAHAM, South Bend
RYAN T. GRASHORN, Granger
JACQUELINE ANN GRAYSON-ZIELINSKI,
South Bend
JOSHUA LEE GRIFFIN, La Porte
BETSY JO GROGAN, South Bend
GENE WILLIAM GROVE JR., Bristol
GUSTAVO ERNESTO GUERRERO, South Bend
DINO HADZIMESIC, Mishawaka
CHELSEA MARIE HAHN, Nappanee
STEPHEN MICHAEL HAJICEK, Elkhart
NATHANIEL DAVID HAMMAR, South Bend
KSENIA HANSEN, Walkerton
VANESSAJ. HAWKEY, South Bend
SANDI J. HEANEY, South Bend
ANDREW MICHAEL HIGH, Plymouth
DARRICK ANDREW HILL, Wakarusa
PATRICK WAYNE HOSEA, South Bend
DUSTIN ALLEN HUENT, South Bend
SCOTT STEVEN JACKSON, South Bend
SHAUN GREGORY JOHNSTON, Walkerton
LINDSAY ANN JONES, Goshen
MZATI FRANK KAPALAMULA, South Bend
MEGUMI KAWAMITSU, South Bend
RONALD N . KEHR, Goshen
NICHOLAS P. KEIM, Granger
KEVIN ROBERT KNAPE, Walkerton
NANCY HAUGEL KNAPIK, South Bend
RYAN G. KNOX, Mishawaka
JASON LOUIS KONZ, South Bend
JEAN STEVE LEWIS ATSE KOUASSI, South Bend
DAVID ANTHONY KUCZMANSKI, South Bend
CHUN PING KWOK, Plymouth
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YI LI, China
MING LIU, South Bend
MICHAEL THOMAS LOCHMONDY, Granger
TYLER LOUIS LOUGHRIDGE, Mishawaka
ERLINDA LUGO, South Bend
ALYSSA SARA LUNG, South Bend
SCOTT MICHAEL MACKENZIE, South Bend
SAMANTHA S. MACUMBER, Elkhart
TRACY LEAN ESE MAEFIELD, South Bend
NGAATENDWE MICHELLE MANTIZIBA,
South Bend
WOJCIECH MARCZYNSKI, Mishawaka
SHAWN DAVID MARTIN, White Pigeon,
Michigan
TODD EUGENE MARTIN, Goshen
ADAM MICHAEL MCCARTNEY, Argos
DANIEL ROY MCCLAIN, Osceola
DONALD SCOTT MCGOWAN, South Bend
THOMAS MCHENRY, South Bend
KAYLA MARIE MEJER, South Bend
ROMULO FERNANDO MERINO, South Bend
MERIDITH NICOLE MIKOS, New Carlisle
TRENTON J. MILLER, Goshen
NICHOLAS AARON MITCHELL, Osceola
SHAYNA R. MITSCHELEN, South Bend
STEPHANIE ANN MOHONEY, Granger
DYLAN JAMES MORRIS, Mishawaka
CHABULA MULUMBU, South Bend
KEVIN M. MURPHY, Granger
KENNETH MUTUKWA, South Bend
NOREEN NOTHANDO NCUBE, Mishawaka
NICHOLAS JOSEPH NOBLE, South Bend
ROBIN ANN NORRIS, South Bend
ANDRE EARL NORTHERN, South Bend
ROBIN J. NYSTRAND, Goshen
JACLYN MARIE O'BRIEN, Mishawaka
JASMINE JEAN OTTO, Goshen
TRENT J. PACZKOWSKI, South Bend
MICHAEL ELLSWORTH PATTERSON, Elkhart
AMBER MARIE PICKLER, Elkhart
MICHAEL PODELL, South Bend
ADAM SCOTT PRIOR, South Bend
BRANDON ROBERT RATKOVICH, Elkhart
MICHAEL JOSEPH REED, Wakarusa
WHITNEA NICOLE REEVES, Osceola
ALEXEY REMNEV, South Bend
MARTHA YULIANA RIVERA, Elkhart
JENNIFER K. ROBERTSON, South Bend
ASHLEY PATRICIA SCHMITT, Nappanee
TAMARA LYNDSEY SCHOOLEY, Mishawaka
WARD SEAGER, Elkhart
RAYMOND ALAN SEARS, South Bend
HANG THI BICH SERGIO, South Bend
TALEASHA SHELEY, South Bend
IRVIN A. SMITH, Goshen
JEFFREY RICHARD SMITH, Mishawaka
WILLIAM ELLIOT SMITH, South Bend
STEPH EN JOSEPH STAHL, Mishawaka
ELIZABETH ANNE STAPKE, Highland
JENNIFER LYNN SWANSON, Walkerton
JOSHUA ANDREW SWINDLER, South Bend
DANIELL£ MARIE SZCZECHOWSKI, South
Bend
JESSICA KAY SZCZECHOWSKI, North Liberty
MARCIA E. TATAY, South Bend
BETHANY MARIE THODEN, Plymouth
RACHEL NICOLE TILLER, Elkhart
KATIE NADINE TORMANEN, Elkhart
NATHANIEL DAVID TURNER, Mishawaka
ANTHONY MICHAEL UDELL, Niles, Michigan
MELISSA JUNE VAUGHN, Elkhart
PETER E. VAVUL, Granger
LAURA ESTEFANIA VIERA ESTEVES, Uruguay
GARRETT LEE WALKER, Mishawaka
JASON S. WALTERS, Elkhart
MATENIA M. WALTERS, Osceola
ANLIN WANG, South Bend
TAMMY LYNNE WEATHERSPOON, South Bend
N ICHOL£ MARIE WERNER, Osceola
HEATHER JO WHITE, Mishawaka
JOHN A. WHITING JR., South Bend
JOEL ARTHUR WHITLOCK South Bend
MARY DEARMIN WOLFE, Mishawaka
ZACKARY JAMES WOLFE, Goshen
MICHELLE J. WOLFORD, South Bend
MESGANA PETROS WONTAMO, South Bend
JASON ROBERT WRAY, South Bend
SHALENA RENEE WRIGHT, South Bend
TAYLOR M. ZAHRT, South Bend
DANIEL STEWART ZEIGER, Mishawaka
FAIZ ZULKIFLY, South Bend
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS
ALI HASSAN EL-AMMORI, South Bend
DAVID WARREN GRIFFITH, South Bend
CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS PURCELL, La Porte
JOSHUA ANDREW SWINDLER, South Bend
MICHAEL THOMAS YATES, Granger
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH
SERVICES MANAGEMENT
SHANELL NICHOLE BAKER, Bremen
KIMBER LEIGH CENCELEWSKI, South Bend
SHARON ANN EGGLESTON, Rolling Prairie
DENISE M. HOGAN, Michigan City
MITCHELL DEAN HUNTER, Mishawaka
MALLORIE ROSE SMITH, La Porte
LENA C. TISTEN, Wakarusa
CLEMENCE UMUGWANEZA, South Bend
PAUL RICHARD WIERBONICS, Plymouth
CARLAJ. WYSONG, Elkhart
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
FNU ANDRIJANTO, Indonesia
CODY S. BENNETT, St. Joseph, Michigan
STEPHANIE J. BROWN, South Bend
MICHAELS. BURNS, New Carlisle
DAVID C. GAUTSCHE, Goshen
SCOTT MICHAEL HARTFORD, South Bend
CAITLYN ELIZABETH HELMS, Mishawaka
LI-YANG HUANG, South Bend
CHARLTON JAMES KEULTJES, South Bend
JON PATRICK MUMAW, Granger
JAN A. NOBLE JR., Bristol
PAULINA DOROTA PITRA, La Porte
LEE MICHAEL PURDY, Osceola
XUN QIAN, China
LINDSAY ANN ROBERTS-STALCUP, Mishawaka
BRUCK SHIBRU, Goshen
LEVI JOSEPH ANDREW WILSON, South Bend
CHIN-TING YEH, South Bend
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING
YISHUANG CAO, China
TARA L. CISZCZON, Granger
YUE DONG, China
SHAWN PATRICK FLATTERY, South Bend
JUSTIN TIMOTHY JONES, New Paris
SHU-FEN LIAO, Fort Wayne
DANIEL CURTIS TIESCH, Mishawaka
LI WEI, Mishawaka
YING YAN, South Bend
LINGYAN ZHANG, China
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
RAED IBRAHIM ALWAHAIBY, Saudi Arabia
JEFFREY RADAM BAJIT, South Bend
HALEEMA YASMEEN BURNETT, Osceola
YAOWEN CHENG, South Bend
CLARENCE E. HELM, South Bend
AMNA MURAD IRQSOUS, Saudi Arabia
NISHANT KANAKAGIRI, India
VIPASINEE KIATRUANGKRAI, Thailand
PAVITRA PARAMESWARAN, Warsaw
ERIC SCOTT PIAZZONI, Mishawaka
JAMES ROBERT STAFFORD, South Bend
KUSUMA SRI VEERANKI, India
WAI WONG, Granger
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School of Continuing Studies
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN GENERAL STUDIES
TAMARA ROSE DECLOEDT, Mishawaka
CHRISTINA MARIE DETTMAN, South Bend
JENNIFER DAWN FARRIS, Walkerton
MAURICE SHAUNTEZ GRAY, Elkhart
ANABEL RAYO, Elkhart
JEFFERY JAMES SHORT, Elkhart
PATRICK JOHN STEWART, Middleton,
Wisconsin
'
SARAH R. VOLHEIM, Elkhart
JOSHUA M. WALKER, Mishawaka
ARTHUR ALLEN WHITCOMB, South Bend
CARMEN DEVONE WORKS, South Bend
SHENNENDOAH DENICE ZINKAN, Elkhart
BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES
SCOTT C. ALBRIGHT, South Bend
TERESA MARIE AVILA, South Bend
VERDA LEE BAILEY, South Bend
ANTHUN TERRELL BARNES, South Bend
LAURA T. BARNES, South Bend
ANDREW RYAN BARTLEY, Goshen
RONISHA NASHAY BEAL, Elkhart
AMY NOELLE BOAKE, Walkerton
CYNTHIA ANN BODLE, Mishawaka
BRIANN ELIZABETH BOOTH, Granger
CHARLES EDWARD BOWEN JR., Walkerton
MELODY MEGAN BRADLEY, Mishawaka
JAMIE LYNNE BRIDGEWATER, South Bend
ELIZABETH ANN BROWN, Granger
NATALIE RAE BRUGH, South Bend
CARRIE ANN CAMPBELL, South Bend
REBECCA S. CAMPBELL, Osceola
JANEE MARIE CARLILE, South Bend
RYAN PATRICK CASE, Granger
DAVID W. CASSELL, Elkhart
DANIEL PHILIP CHUPP, New Paris
ELIZABETH ANN COOK, North Liberty
MANDl JO CREIGHTON, Bremen
RYAN AUSTIN DELONG, Osceola
KRISTAL LYN DIPERT, Charlotte, North Carolina
NICOLE C. DOMINIQUE, Plymouth
TRUDT LANE DONOVAN, South Bend
JEANETTE LOUISE DURAND, Granger
CHARLENE KLATT ELLIS, Mishawaka
JAYME ROSE ELSEA, Plymouth
WHITNEY LEE EVANS, Elkhart
ASHLEY ANN FAIR, Elkhart
AMBER MARIE FISHER, Plymouth
RACHEL JEAN FLADELAND, South Bend
SHERRY R. FORZLEY, Mishawaka
KELLY MARIE FRANKLIN, South Bend
JOSHUA ROBERT FUGATE, Mishawaka
ALAN MICHAEL GARRETSON, Mishawaka
KORINNE ALYSSA GILBERT, South Bend
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LEE A. GLOSTER, South Bend
CASSANDRA LEA GRABAREK, New Carlisle
LAURIE ANNE GROVE, Overland Park, Kansas
RASHONDA RENAE GUNN, South Bend
KAMIKA GUTHRIE, Elkhart
APRIL L. HALLWOOD, Granger
COURTNEY M. HAMOOD, Elkhart
SCOTT RICHARD HANCOCK, Mishawaka
AARON G. HARRIS, South Bend
CHARLES ALLEN HAWKINS, Elkhart
JOHN PATRICK HENGEN JR., South Bend
PAMELA WYNNE HESCH, Elkhart
MARYBETH HOFFER, Elkhart
PAMELA MARY HOLMES, South Bend
MICHAEL R. HOLTZ, Mishawaka
JESSICA MARIE HOSTETLER, South Bend
KELSEY JO HUENI, South Bend
ASHLEY NICOLE HUMMER, South Bend
PATRICE J. IVORY-BUTLER, South Bend
STEPHANIE CHERYLE JAMES, Chesterton
KAREN MARIE JONES, Niles, Michigan
VIRGINIA EVELYN JONES, Granger
MICHELLE M. KARLEN, South Bend
KATHRYN ANN KAUFMAN, South Bend
KARA LINDSEY KREMPEC, South Bend
JAMES ALEXANDER KRZYZAK, La Porte
KAILEY MARIE KULP, Mishawaka
ERIKA LEDEZMA, Elkhart
ROBIN HESTER LEWIS, Fort Wayne
JENNIFER RENEE LUDWIG, Sou th Bend
MEGAN K. MACKOWIAK, South Bend
DAVID F. MACRI, Sou th Bend
NICOLE SUZANNE MALSTAFF, Walkerton
CHAD A. MARTIN, South Bend
CHRISTINA RENEE MARTIN, South Bend
AMANDA MARIE MCLEMORE, Osceola
AMANDA LYNN MILLER, Culver
KATELYNN MARIE MILLER, New Paris
KAYLENE JADE MILLER, Goshen
MARIE D. MITCHELL, South Bend
JASON ANTHONY MORENO, Elkhart
ELISABETH JANE MORRIS, Mishawaka
CYNTHIA ANN MURPHY, Goshen
MICHELLE LYNN MURRAY, Granger
STEVE G. NKOSI, Osceola
KELLI ELIZABETH NOTTEBOOM, South Bend
AMY MARIE OBARSKY, South Bend
MATTHEW EDGAR PATTERSON, Elkhart
JOHN EDWARD PEMBERTON, South Bend
MARY ANN NICHOLE PETERSON, Goshen
LYNDSEY ANN PHILLIPOFF, Granger
JOHN M. PINDA, South Bend
MELODY ANNERAE PINELA, Elkhart
KATHERYN ROCHELLE PLETCHER, Goshen
FALISHIA MAE PRATT, La Porte
ZACHARY GRANT PRYOR, South Bend
TINA MARIA PYBURN, Mishawaka
KELSI MICHELLE RAY, Elkhart
TAMIKA RENEE REID, South Bend
KRISTINA RENEA RELOS, Plymouth
BRITTANY MARIE RHODES, Goshen
CHANEL CHARAN RICHARDS, South Bend
LAUREN NICOLE RIEFF, Granger
MYLES T. JAMES ROBERTSON, Goshen
KACIE E. RUDOLPH, Osceola
STEPHANI NICOLE SANDERS, Elkhart
ERICA LYNN SHELTON, South Bend
CHARLES ANTWON SHEPARD, South Bend
HEATHER RENEE SIMON, Elkhart
WILLIAM E. SIMON, Gran ger
JON D. STAHL, Wakarusa
JOSHUA JAMES STOOPS, Rochester
DENNIS LEROY STRAHAN JR., South Bend
SARAH L. STUTSMAN, Elkhart
JENNIFER ANN SUTHERLIN, Elkhart
STEVE L. SZADAY, South Bend
RILEY DAVID TEETERS, South Bend
MEGAN LEE TOTZKE, Osceola
JESSICA LEIGH TRENEER, South Bend
ASHLEY RENEE TROYER
CHRISTOPHER DAVID WADE, Elkhart
KELLY NICOLE WARSTLER, New Paris
ROSETTA LOUISE WASHINGTON, South Bend
CLINTON EUGENE WATTS, Lakeville
MELISSA M. WEBER, Elkhart
RANDALL SETH WEHNER, Mishawaka
CHRISTINE ANN WEINGART, Elkhart
MARGARET E. WERNER, South Bend
ISLEY ISAIAH WEST, Sau ga tuck, Michigan
BEVERLY ANN WINGO, South Bend
MARY CATHERINE WOOD, Mishawaka
JASMIN E DANIELLE WOODCOCK, South Bend
KENNETH RICHARD WOODKA, South Bend
JESSICA MARIE ZELLERS REDD, Nappanee
MARYANN ZOOK, New Carlisle
School of Education
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN EARLY
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
BRITTANY LYNN MICHAELS, South Bend
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION
DANIEL EDWARD ANDERSON, Knox
SANCHARA JENEA BALLOG, South Bend
JENNIFER CHRISTINE BATTS, Goshen
PHILLIP CHARLES BEASLEY, South Bend
TROY MATTHEW BONTRAGER, Elkhart
JEFFREY PERRY BROCK, Elkhart
NATALIE CHERISSE CABAN, Plymouth
CH ELSEA LARAY CAMPOS, Goshen
EMILY ANN CORPE, South Bend
HEATHER MARIE CORTEBEECK, Plymouth
MEGAN M. CUNNINGHAM, Goshen
TIMOTHY LINN DAVIS, North Liberty
DIANE LYNN DEGROFF, North Liberty
EMILY RENAE DENNING, Goshen
LAURA ELIZABETH DERNAY, Goshen
BENJAMIN ANDREW DOMONKOS, Mishawaka
JESSICA R. DOMS, Mishawaka
CYNTHIA ANN DOWNING, Mishawaka
JARED ANDREW EGGER, Walkerton
ANITA K. EGGLESTON, Fort Wayne
MEGAN NICOLE EMO, Sou th Bend
BRADLEY JAMES FERRIS, Elkhart
ANDREW SCOTT FINDLEY, South Bend
MARC R. FISHER, Bristol
LASHAWNDRA NICOLE GATES, Elkhart
JESSA D. GREAVES, South Bend
LESLEY N. GRIFFITH, Goshen
ASHLEY MAE GROVE, Middlebury
KATIE NICOLE HACKER, Mishawaka
HOPE ELIZABETH HALASZ, Lakeville
ASHLEY SUE HAMSHER, South Bend
KATELY RACHELE HARTSOUGH, Middlebury
AMBER LYNN HAYDEN, Elkhart
LINDSAY VIRGINIA HELMAN, Mishawaka
KATHERINE NICOLE HENDERSON, Osceola
LISA MARIE HOSTETTER, Nappanee
SAMANTHA DIANNE HOWE, Plymouth
CHERRI DANIELLE JACKSON, Osceola
SARAH ASHTIN JOHNSON, Elkhart
KAREN ANN KASER, Granger
JILLIAN NICOLE KEIPER, Grovertown
KARSEN CHRISTOPHER KISTLER, Osceola
ASHLEY L. LECOUNT, Goshen
BRIDGET NICHOLE LEWALLEN, Goshen
ALLISON MARIE LIVINGHOUSE, New Ca rli sle
ALICIA BETH MCNALLY, La Porte
BRITTANY LYNN MICHAELS, South Bend
KEITH ALTON MIKEL, Elkhart
KARA MICHELLE MILLER, Goshen
AMANDA GLEE MORTENSEN, Plymouth
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EMILY ANNE MOYNAHAN, Lakeville
JAMI R. MUMAW, Elkhart
MELISSA ROSE OLSON, Mishawaka
HEATHER LENAY PASLAWSKI, South Bend
CARA ASHLEY PIERCE, Lakeville
ERIN KATHLEEN POWERS, South Bend
ANITA M. PRATT, Granger
BRANDI LEE QUINN, Elkhart
KELSEY ELIZABETH RENSBERGER, South Bend
LINDSEY LEIGH RISNER, Knox
CLAIRE ELIZABETH ROBOSKI, Granger
TIERAH LEE RODMAN, Elkhart
JESSICA ALYCE SEAT, South Bend
HEATHER RENEE SHORT, Goshen
KELLIE LYNN SPEYBROECK, South Bend
HOLLY WEISGERBER STANFILL, Goshen
SEAN M. STEINKELLNER, Mishawaka
ASHLEY MORGAN STEVENS, Elkhart
CLINTON ROBERT STICKEL, Goshen
SCOTT ALLYN STONER, Mishawaka
MIGDALIA LOPEZ TAMLIN, South Bend
TARA ANNE TOROK, South Bend
MCKENZIE LYNN TOZAN, South Bend
BRANDI NICOLE TRUSTY, Plymouth
RACHEL D. UNTERNAHRER, Shipshewana
HEIDI K. VANDENBOSCH, Mishawaka
MIRANDA DIANE VANDIERENDONCK,
Walkerton
JEANETTE LOUISE WESNER, Wyatt
BRITTANY MARIE WHITFORD, Granger
MOLLY NAN WIARD, Shipshewana
JEREMY JACOB WILLIAMS, LaGrange
BROOKE ELIZABETH WILSON, Goshen
CHRISTINA NOEL BALLINGER WRIGHT,
Plymouth
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION
BANDER MOHAYA ALOTAIBI, Saudi Arabia
SARAH M. ANDERSON, South Bend
LIZETH AVILEZ, South Bend
CLARA N. BINGAMAN, Granger
SARI ERIN BRICKLEY, Mishawaka
TABITHA RENAE BRINSFIELD, La Porte
JILL ANN CARRISON, Goshen
MARILYN S. CREGIER, Mishawaka
LAVON KAY DEAN-NULL, South Bend
MARILYN M. DODD, Cassopolis, Michigan
AMY KATHLEEN ELLIOTT, South Bend
PETER ROBERT ESSIG, South Bend
CAMILLE RENEE EVANS, South Bend
JACOB MATTHEW FAWLEY, Goshen
ALISON V. GLENN, South Bend
STEFAN IE J. HANKS, South Bend
SHELLY ANN HARBERT, Mishawaka
BARBARA JANE HARVEY, South Bend
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STEPHANIE JANE HUBLER, Mishawaka
ELENA RAQUEL HUYS, Elkhart
VANESSA LATONYAJACKSON, Mishawaka
DARCEY ANN KELLENBURGER, Mishawaka
EMILY GRACE KUEHNEMUND, Lincoln,
Nebraska
CORNELIA HELGA LANG HEINRICH, Niles,
Michigan
KERRY MICHELE LEADER, Granger
RIKKILYNN LONDON, South Bend
DANIELA. LOTH, Elkart
NICHOLAS RYAN MATNEY, Mishawaka
JEREMY LYNN MCLAUGHLIN, Goshen
JEAN C. MERRILL, Goshen
LESLIE MARIE MILLER, South Bend
TRACEY D. MULLIGAN, Granger
YETUNDE OLAPOSI OLADINI, South Bend
LESLIE ANN OSTRANDER, Granger
THERESA MARIE PACE, South Bend
JESSICA LYNN PROUD, South Bend
AMANDA ASHLEY REASONOVER-WADE,
Granger
MOHAMMAD SIRAJUDDIN, Granger
BEN N. SMITH IV, South Bend
ELIZABETH SPORNHAUER, Walkerton
JOSEPH E. STANLEY, North Liberty
WARIYAPORN TIEOCHAROEN, Thailand
LARA UNGETHUM, Granger
JULIE JEAN WALTHER-KING, Rochester
DENISE MARIE WAPPES, Goshen
KEVIN L. WEBER, South Bend
JENNY YODER, Goshen
College of Health Sciences
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
IN DENTAL HYGIENE
CASSIE JO ANDERSON, Osceola
BRANDY M. CAREY, South Bend
EVE LARSON CROWEL, Delphi
ANGELA KRISTIN DESIMONE, Granger
MALLORY LYNN EDMONDSON, La Porte
KELANIE ANN GARMAN, Sou th Bend
CHELSEA RAE MARKEL, South Bend
EMILY SUE PAMER, Milford
CRISTINA PEREZ, Bremen
CRYSTAL DAWN PFLEDDERER, Mishawaka
ROXANA SANCHEZ, ElkhaTt
BETHANY CORINNE SHIVELY, Etna Green
COLLEEN RENAE STUTZMAN, Middlebury
MEGAN ELIZABETH TURNER, Glenwood
ABIGAIL LADAWN VOGT, Plymouth
RACHEL JOY WENGER, Wakarusa
ARIAH JEANNINE WILBURN, Elkhart
ROBIN ELIZABETH WRIGHT, Hanna
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
IN DENTAL HYGIENE
KATLIN RENEE ABRAHAM, Valparaiso
COURTNEY LAUREN BAHR, Bremen
SARAH E. BANKS, Plymou th
MADISON DEANNE BEAVER, Speedway
TAYLOR D. BOLIN, Osceola
SHIRLEY GAIL BOOTZ, Mill Creek
CHRISTIE MARIE CALHOUN, Argos
CESHLI CASTRO-DIAZ, Logansport
CHELSEA ANN DENSON, Nineveh
ANGELA KRISTIN DESIMONE, Granger
MALLORY LYNN EDMONDSON, La Porte
KELANIE ANN GARMAN, South Bend
LISA JEAN HARTZ, South Bend
MELISSA KIMBERLY JOHANNSEN, Westville
ADRIANA DENISE KLINEDINST, Elkhart
ANGELA KOWALIK, Mishawaka
KRISTIN LEIGH MERRIFIELD, Sturgis, Michigan
AUSTIN KAE MUSICK, Brookston
HEATHER LYNN NEUHOFF, South Bend
MELLANY LAYNE NOWAK, Mishawaka
KRISTIN RENAE SCHROCK, Ligonier
BETH SHAMBRY, South Bend
LAUREN MICHELLE SKOCZYLAS, South Bend
ARIAH JEANNINE WILBURN, Elkhart
BETHANY ANNE YODER, Nappanee
AMANDA ZURAWSKI, Granger
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
VIVIAN EMEFA AKORLI, Benton Harbor,
Michigan
KENNETH A. ALLEN, White Pigeon, Michigan
HEATHER MARIE ALLRED, Goshen
LINDSEY KIRSTEN ANDERSON, Mishawaka
LINDSAY ELIZABETH BELLA, South Bend
ANGELA RUTH BOENNE, Mishawaka
KASSANDRA MARIE BONTRAGER,
Shipshewana
JANICE JEANETTE BOONE, Mishawaka
MARY ELIZABETH BOYD, Granger
BENJAMIN JACOB BRUBAKER, Goshen
VANESSA LEE BRUNSON, Bristol
TONYA DAWN BURGESS, Goshen
PATTI M. BUSS, Rolling Prairie
LYN E. CAPONIGRO, South Bend
HEIDI CARPENTER, Elkhart
BRYAN E. CARSON, Nappanee
SARAH BETH CHAPMAN, South Bend
LWEENDO CHIZYIKA, South Bend
TYLER MCLAYNE CHUPP, Nappanee
CARLEY ELIZABETH CHWIALKOWSKI,
Sylvania, Ohio
KAILEY ANN COLEMAN, South Bend
MARANDA LYNN COMINATOR, Goshen
CHRISTINE MARIE COX, South Bend
LORI R. CROWLEY, South Bend
REBECCA JEAN CWIDAK, South Bend
BROOKE ANNE DAUGHERTY, Terre Haute
DEANNA MARGARET DENIS, South Bend
KATHERINE DEUBNER, Mattawan, Michigan
JENNIFER ERIN DICKEY, Osceola
STEPHANIE KAY DUFF, Osceola
MELISSA NICHOLE DUNCAN, Granger
ANNE M. DZINGAI, South Bend
RACHEL A. EDDY, Spring Arbor, Michigan
GILLIAN GRACE FORIZS, South Bend
JESSICA LYNN FRITH, South Bend
ERICA RUTH GARRETT, South Bend
MARY CHARLOTTE GIRARD, South Bend
AMANDA REINE GOELLER, Granger
ASHLEY ELIZABETH GOODSON, Michigan City
NICOLE ASHLEY GRAHAM, South Bend
JULIE MARIE GREBE, Mishawaka
JESSICA LUZ GUERRERO, Elkhart
JESSICA NICOLE GURCHIEK, Mishawaka
CONNIES. HAINES, Mishawaka
ALLISON LINEA HARTMAN, Granger
BLAIR JOSEPH HAUFLAIRE, Goshen
DOMINIQUE HEIN, Michigan City
ERIN MARIE HELMEN, South Bend
BROOK MARIE HERDMAN, Mishawaka
JOHN TEVIS HIERONYMUS, South Bend
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MONICA KAY HOOVER, Twelve Mile
ALISHA RANAE HORST, Goshen
SARAH MARIE HORVATH, La Porte
SHANNON LINDSEY KAUFFMAN, Goshen
MARYBETH KELLY, South Bend
JENNIFER JULIE KLINE, Rochester
LAURA CARMELA LA COPO, South Bend
MICHELLE DENISE LAVENGOOD, Mishawaka
KATELYN JESSICA LECHLITNER, Mishawaka
MICHAELINE ALICIA LOPEZ, appanee
SARAH J. MARLEY, Mishawaka
HEATHER ELANE MARTIN, South Bend
LISA MARIE MAST, Warsaw
MELISSA JO MIDDLETON, Mishawaka
ALEXIS NICOLE MILLER, Elkhart
RYAN JAMES OLIVER, Portland, Oregon
NINA ELAINE ORR, Ossian
LAURA ELIZABETH PARKER, South Bend
KRISTA MARIE PRZYBYLINSKI, Michigan City
LISA RENEE PULLING, Edwardsburg, Michigan
ZARINA RADZHAPOVA, South Bend
AYANA LYNETTE REDDING, Mishawaka
SHARVON D. ROBINSON, Mishawaka
JILL LORRAINE ROSS, La Porte
JEANNA ELIZABETH SELL, Bourbon
JUAN MANUEL SILVA, Goshen
CHERYL ANN SMITH, La Porte
ASHLEY LYNN SMITTENDORF, Elkhart
COURTNEY ROCHELLE THOMPSON, Elkhart
LINDSAY TOMKIEWICZ, Elkhart
ROY DEAN VANDALL JR., Mishawaka
JOHN JOSEPH WACHOWIAK, South Bend
BENJAMIN LOUIS WATSON, Fort Wayne
SUSAN JAY WIREMAN, South Bend
JAMIE LYN ZELLMER, Niles, Michigan
SHARRON LYNN ZIMMERMAN, South Bend
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
MARCY LYNN ADAMS, Elkhart
MICHELLE MARIE COCKEY, Granger
MARION SAMANTHA ELLIOTT, Elkhart
BLAIR RENEE HERRMAN, Mishawaka
JAMI K. KAMP, Elkhart
AKILA T. KARANJA, South Bend
HOLLY R. KELLY, South Bend
JEANINE MARIE KOCSIS, South Bend
KELLY MAE MCCARTHY, Sou th Bend
BRENDA K. NYAMBWEKE, Kenya
MARY-KATE KATHLEEN OATMAN, Mishawaka
DIANE MARIE RESNIK, Granger
ASS OCIATE OF SCIENCE IN RADIOGRAPHY
JENNIFER S. ASHLEY, Sou th Bend
MARDELL CHERIE BAKER, Syracuse
MICHAEL J. CARTER, South Bend
FELICIA C. GRESSO, Mishawaka
TAYLOR NICOLE HUENI, Bremen
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JASON CHRISTOPHER KUKLA, Mishawaka
PATRICK ROBIN METCALF, Bristol
AUDREY LAUREN MOORE, Bristol
TODD W. PEPPER, Osceola
CLIFTON LEE RIDER, Mish awaka
COURTNEY J. SOULE, South Bend
ERIKA RENEE TRUEX, Elkart
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDICAL
IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
SHELLY MARIE BANKE, South Ben d
NATHAN ELLIOTT EVANS, South Bend
KYLIE MARIE KELVER, Elkhart
TONYA DEE TRUMAN, Elkhart
College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS
ROSELlA BOLLAS, Elkhart
BRENDA AURORA CABRERA, Elkhart
GLORINELA DE LOS SANTOS, South Bend
JOSE EDUARDO DEL ABRA, South Bend
CRUZ GALLEGOS, South Bend
ANGELA LEE HANKINS, Elkhart
ANDREA ELIZABETH HARTSTEIN, Elkhart
YENITH LORENA PRIETO, Goshen
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER
SCIENCE
SASHA NICOLE DOMBECK, Grovertown
BACHELOR OF ARTS
MARIA L. ALERT, Elkhart
MICHELLE MARIE ANASTASIO, Granger
EMILY CLAIRE BARNES, La Porte
STEPHEN DOUGLAS BAUMGARTNER, South
Bend
JOEL MICHAEL BAZZELL, New Carlisle
DOUG WILLIAM BELANGER, Granger
RAYAH EMMI-JOSPEHINE BELL, South Bend
LINDSEY MARIE BENNETT, Osceola
LISA BENNETT, Arlington, Virginia
ALLISON VIRGINIA BERGER, Granger
JOSHUA TRENT BISIG, Elkhart
HANNAH GWENDOLYN BLAD, Mill Creek
KELLIRAE MAAGEN BOANN, South Bend
ANGELA ELAINE BOMBAGETTI, Knox
DANIELLE CARISSA BRIDGEMAN, New
Carlisle
SARAH MARIE BROWN, South Bend
ERIN M. BRUMBACK, South Bend
KIMBERLY DAWN CARLISLE, Sou th Bend
TIMOTHY GREGG CART, Mishawaka
ALEXANDER VINCENT CHRZAN, Chesterton
JOSEPH DARIO CIUFFETELLI, La Porte
TARREZ LASHAY CLARK, South Bend
EMILY L. CLEM, Osceola
JASMINE DENISE COMER, South Bend
GABRIELA CORIA, South Bend
JOSH G. CRAIN, Goshen
SETH M. CURTIS, Granger
RONALD EDWIN PESA DACHE, Kenya
TIMOTHY LEE DANN-BARRICK, South Bend
BRANDI J. DAVID, South Bend
MIKE J. DOYLE, Sou th Bend
JORDAN JAY EASH, Middlebury
ERIC ANTONIO ESTRADA, South Bend
STEPHANIE LYNN FOREMAN, South Bend
RYAN JAMES FOSTER, Goshen
LAURA LEIGH FOX, South Bend
MATTHEW PHILLIP FURNAS, Granger
GUADALUPE GARCILAZO, South Bend
AMY RENAE GEYER, South Bend
CORY MICHAEL GILMARTIN, Mishawaka
KAREN YANIN GONZALEZ TRETO, South Bend
KATHERINE LETA GOOD, Plymouth
AMANDA RUTH GRABER, La Porte
KATIE RENEE GRENIER, Mishawaka
ANGELA ROBIN GUTARA, Mishawaka
GRANT ALAN HAGEMAN, Buchanan, Michigan
TINA M. HAIRSTON-JONES, South Bend
EMILY MARIE HALL, Granger
BRANDON M. HANS, South Bend
TARAT. HEIGN, Elkhart
APRIL EILEEN HERNANDEZ, South Bend
LUIS DANIEL HERNANDEZ, South Bend
ASHLEY MARIE HILLIKER, Mishawaka
ALICIAJOLEEN HORVATH, South Bend
CELIA ISLAS, Elkhart
AMY ELENE JACKSON, Buchanan, Michigan
CHERRI DANIELLE JACKSON, Osceola
BRENT DOUGLAS JARONIK, South Bend
DONALD MICHAEL JELLISON, Granger
DENNIS EMANUEL JOEL, South Bend
BRITTNEY MARIE JOHNS, Ligonier
MECHELE NICOLE JOHNSON, Elkhart
JACOB LAVIN JONES, Indianapolis
MITCHELL D. KAJZER, Granger
TAMARA KAMPONDENI, Mishawaka
NICOLE R. KOROCH, South Bend
JOSHUA PETER LAW, Eden Prairie, Minnesota
CHLOE LAWRENCE, Elkhart
BRENNAN ELI LENNOX, South Bend
MELISSA ANN LENTINE, South Bend
ALYCIA LYNN LEWIS, Granger
DANIKA RAE LOWRY, South Bend
GLENN ALLAN LYVERS, Mishawaka
KAMMYE CASANDRA MADDEN, South Bend
YOLANDA YADIRA MADERA, South Bend
BROOKE MARIE MARSHALL, South Bend
DANIELA DENISE MARTIN, Goshen
BRENDA MASSAQUOI, Elkhart
MARC ALEXANDER MAYS, South Bend
DEAN MARCUS MCCLEESE II, South Bend
NICOLE MEHL, Goshen
STEPHANIE CRAYTON MERRYFIELD, South
Bend
SARAH C. MERTES, South Bend
PATRICK JAMES MILLER, Elkhart
CRYSTAL ASHLEY MONNIN, South Bend
KELLEE ELIZABETH NEARY, Granger
KALEB RYNE NEUKAM, Granger
STEPHANY JOY NGOMBU, South Bend
DONALD TERRY OBERLOH, Mishawaka
MATTHEW JOHN ORTA, Sou th Bend
LISA HELENE PATTERSON, North Liberty
TAMARA FAY PAYTON, South Bend
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REBECCA ANNE PELKY, Mishawaka
DAVID EDWARD PERSON, Mishawaka
MELANIE PETERS, Hammond
CHRISTINA MARIE PIERCE, South Bend
JENNIFER MARIANA QUINONEZ, South Bend
VALERIE RAQUEL RATNER, South Bend
JOSEPH ADRIAN REIMERS, South Bend
JEANETTE REPCZYNSKI, South Bend
SINEYDA GUADALUPE REQUENO RAMIREZ,
Mishawaka
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LAURIE C. ROMANO, South Bend
CHRISTINA DANIELLE RYAN, South Bend
KYLE FITZGERALD SCHRADER, Osceola
MARTIN JOHN SCHULTZ, Plymouth
AUDREY SOPHIA SHAUL, South Bend
GULTEN SHURDOM, Mishawaka
GORDAN SKARO, South Bend
JELEN A SKARO, South Bend
DANIEL JOHN STEARNS, Middlebury
EDDIE B. STEWART SR., South Bend
HANNAH ESTHER STOWE, South Bend
MICHAEL JOHN STOWE, South Bend
CHARLES EDWARD STULTS, Goshen
LYNLEE KAYE SWARTZ, Bristol
MEAGAN LYNN SYLVA, Mishawaka
MICHAEL ROBERT SZYMANSKI, South Bend
MICHELLE LYNN TANNER, Plymouth
JEFFREY REID TATAY, Mishawaka
MARTHA GLADSON THUMBALAMOTO,
Malawi
MCKENZIE LYNN TOZAN, South Bend
CINDY MAY TRANSIER, South Bend
NOEL LAUREN ULLERY, South Bend
VIET THAN VU, South Bend
CHRISTOPHER ALAN WACHS, South Bend
JORDAN ELIZABETH WARTH, Granger
AMANDA JOY WEBER, Mishawaka
ALEXANDRIA DANELLE WELCH, Rolling
Prairie
MALLORY H. WELCH, Bristol
DIANA CLAIRE WENGER, Bristol
JUSTINE ALICIA WERLEY, South Bend
MISTY DAWN WILLIAMS, Monterey
SARAH LYNNE WILLIAMS, Mishawaka
SHANNON GUY WILLIAMS, South Bend
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACTUARIAL
SCIENCE
DAGBEDJI KEVIN ABOH, South Bend
SENLIN LI, South Bend
STEPHANIE NICOLE MOLEN, Elkhart
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED
MATHEMATICS
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE EBSCH, South Bend
CHRISTOPHER A. GOODEN, South Bend
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DOAN VU NGOC LE, Mishawaka
CALIN MICHAEL RIEWE, Granger
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOCHEMISTRY
RIZWAN SYED AHMED, South Bend
KENNEDY THOKOZANI KAFATIA, South Bend
IKKO KARASAWA, Mishawaka
ADAM LEIGH KAYLOR, La Porte
RYAN EDWARD LUBELSKI, South Bend
MITCHELL ANDREW MOSENG, Elkhart
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGICAL
SCIENCES
ABENA APEADU-SIAW, Mishawaka
DUSTIN MICHAEL BIRRELL, South Bend
JONATHAN PAUL D'AMICO, Mishawaka
JOSEPH A. DONOVAN, South Bend
CARRIE ANN DUNNEM, Granger
ADAM PAUL GRANDISON, South Bend
DAVID WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, South Bend
VIRGINIA C. JIMENEZ, Bremen
CATHERINE MICHELLE KEPLAR, Stevensville,
Michigan
MICHAEL PATRICK KIN N EY, South Bend
HOLLY D. KOFELDT, Bristol
EVELYNN NICOLE LAPE, South Bend
KROYLER G. LEAO, Elkhart
NGINA MUTHUSI, Indianapolis
SHANNON MARIE O ' DONNELL, South Bend
MEGAN LINDSAY PAPCZYNSKI, Walkerton
CYNTHIA L. RADICAN, Elkhart
BRADLEY W. SMITH, Plymouth
AARON K. TANKERSLEY, South Bend
CRISTINA MARIA VIGIL, Plymouth
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY
ABDULLAH MOHAMMED AL-MAYOUF,
Mishawaka
JONATHAN DAVID BOLEN, Fishers
DENISSE BERENICE HERNANDEZ QUINONES,
South Bend
TYLER CHARLES KRAUSE, Michigan City
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER
SCIENCE
CALEB JAMES BEERY, Mishawaka
MICHAEL DAVID EASH, Elkhart
ALEXANDER GAONA, South Bend
DANILO FRANCISCO GUESELA, Granger
KYLE SCOTT HERTEL, Granger
ROBERT J. KOLIC, South Bend
JOSE LUIS LOPEZ, Mishawaka
TAM VAN NGUYEN, Mishawaka
ZACHARY RYAN TORSTRICK, Mishawaka
ANDREI CONSTANTIN VAJIAC, Granger
PETER D. WELLS, South Bend
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
BRANDY LYNN BARRIER, South Bend
AL LEE CLARK, South Bend
HEATHER SUSANE COOK, South Bend
JlLLINDA CORSON, Syracuse
JASON LEE DYER, Charlotte, Michigan
ROSA ROSENDA FEDERICO, South Bend
SARAH DIANE FEENEY, Mishawaka
BONNIE J. FLETCHER, Michigan City
TIMOTHY RYAN FOLTZ, Mishawaka
JACQUELINE A. GOODNIGHT, South Bend
DREW WILLIAM GORDY, Osceola
BRANDON LEE HALL, Nappanee
CARLY ANNE HEIDENREICH, South Bend
JAMIE ALAN HOCHSTETLER, Goshen
JOSHUA ZACHARY JAMES, Elkhart
JOHN ABRAHAM KARBALAEALI, Elkhart
LINDA MARIE KELLEY, Elkhart
FREDERICK BEN KOEPPEL, Elkhart
JAMIE ELIZABETH LONG, Akron
CHRISTINE ANN MILCHERSKA, South Bend
BRIDGET LYNN MURRAY, Mishawaka
JASON ROBERT PAWLICKI, Osceola
CHRISTINE A. RODGERS, Plymouth
BRITIANY JEAN SIMMONS, South Bend
ERIC ROBERT SNARE, Plymouth
RACHEL HOPE SPIEGEL, Mishawaka
JORDAN DANIEL ULRICKSON, Mishawaka
JANETIE LEIGH WING, La Porte
STEFANY MARIE WORKMAN, Bremen
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATICS
MOHAMMED HASSAN AL SHAHRANI,
Mishawaka
ZAKI AHMED ALHASHIM, Fairfax, Virginia
ANNE MARIE BISCHOF, Granger
TIMOTHY E. CLARK, Mishawaka
ROBERT WILLIAM COLLINS, Granger
CHAD R. MARTIN, Plymouth
GABRIEL JOSEPH WILSON, Bremen
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS
ERIC ELI BORKHOLDER, Bremen
VINCENT MICHAEL DO<;:ZY, Mishawaka
NICHOLAS EDWARD EMMERT, South Bend
WILLIAM MARTIN HAMMER, South Bend
CALE C. HARNISH, South Bend
EMILY GRACE KUEHNEMUND, Lincoln,
Nebraska
MATHIEU ABDOULAYE NDONG JR.,
Indianapolis
DANIEL RAYMOND STALVEY, Osceola
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS
EMILY KATHLEEN WINCHELL, Walkerton
MASTER OF ARTS
JOY NORENE BYE, La Porte
ERINN KELLEY, Mishawaka
CATHERINE D. KELLY, South Bend
NIRAJ LAKHIA, La Porte
WILLIAM R. MCCLAIN, Mishawaka
KAREN LYNN OWENS, Star City
TAMEA P. RECTOR, South Bend
MELISSA LYNN WILDE, South Bend
JEFFREY ARTHUR WIMBLE, Plymouth
LEAH ROSE ZIMMER, South Bend
MASTER OF LIBERAL STUDIES
KRISTINE 0 . BAILEY, South Bend
LUVENURE MARIE BARNHILL, South Bend
ALEXIS CATHERINE EVANS, South Bend
FREDERICK LOUIS GALLOWAY, Mishawaka
BRENDA CAROL LUCAS, Granger
LOU CYNDA PUTNAM, Elkhart
MICHAEL JOSEPH SNYDER, South Bend,
JOSHUA S. STOWE, South Bend,
ANTHONY DAUNE WARE, South Bend
TRACY PETHICK WHITE, Granger
LINDA ANN WINGROVE, South Bend
MASTER OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE ALLEN, South
Bend
ASHLEIGH REBEKAH ANNIS, South Bend
CAITLIN AN NE BATHON, South Bend
SANITA DAVIS, South Bend
JOHN EDWARD FORBES JR., Niles, Michigan
CHRIS PETER-JOHN GODLEWSKI, Howe
IMANI INGRAM, Mishawaka
SHELLEY LEE MCCANN, Mishawaka
BRAD A. MCLEISH, South Bend
MIGUEL SALAZAR JR., South Bend
CHRISTOPHER STUCK, Bristol
EVELYN YOBERA, Goshen
MASTER OF SCIENCE
RAJA SRUJAN BANGARU, South Bend
ROBERT PAUL BATZINGER, Thailand
JONOTHON JAMES CAWLEY, Elkhart
KAlES B. CHERIF, Goshen
BRANDON MICHAEL COMBS, Elkhart
YARED HABTU TEBEJE, Osceola
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School of Social Work
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN LABOR STUDIES
PEGGY SUE SCHOOF, Mishawaka
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LABOR STUDIES
TERESA LOUISE SMITH, Plymou th
KELLY ERIN TOOMAN, Granger
ANDRE WADDELL, Notre Dame
TROY D. WARNER, South Benq
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK
KAYLIE A. BRUINSMA, Mishawaka
MELIA S. BYRER, Walkerton
BRIANNE LEIGH COVINGTON, La Porte
DAPHNE L. COY, Goshen
KIMBERLY DAWN CURTIS, Mishawaka
JACOB D. DOBRANSKY, Mishawaka
CAROL L. FEARNOW, Elkhart
ANGELA GINGERICH, Elkhart
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KERRY LAWSON GUERNSEY, Elkhart
BARBARA WASCISIN HERNLY, South Ben d
LORI ELLEN HOLEWCZYNSKI, Wakarusa
WILLIAM R. HORTON, South Bend
JULAINE A. JAMES, South Bend
TONY JO CHARLES JOSHICK, Lakeville
JENNIFER R. KILGORE-STOKES, South Bend
HELEN E. KING-SEARFOSS, Plymouth
LAYLA D. KINGSTON, Warsaw
MELINDA SHANTEL MAEFIELD, South Bend
KELLY MARTINCZAK, South Bend
ROBINN GELAINE MITCHELL, Wolcottville
JACQUES NEAL, South Bend
ALYSIA G. PORTER, Mishawaka
DIANE ELIZABETH RECOB, Granger
ANTONETTE ALLEAN REESE, Elkhart
JAMIE LYNN RININGER, Elkhart
JULIA SHAPIRO-NEWBILL, South Bend
JACQUELINE R. SMITH, North Liberty
AMY L. STURMA, Elkhart
JAMES C. TROTTER JR., South Bend
INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND
Although Indiana University began offering
classes in South Bend 90 years ago, certain
events mark turning points in the university's
history. One of the most significant occurred
in the spring of 1967, when the first degrees
were awarded at South Bend, marking the
emergence of Indiana University South Bend as
a comprehensive university campus serving the
region.
In 1922 Indiana University scheduled its first
classes in the South Bend area, primarily to
help local teachers meet licensing requirements.
During the Great Depression of the 1930s,
Indiana University recognized the need to
provide a broader range of higher education
opportunities in home communities; as a
result, the South Bend-Mishawaka Extension
Center was established to offer a basic two-year
program. Administrative offices were located in
Central High School, and classes were offered
during late afternoon and evening hours in the
school and in the downtown YWCA.
After a decline in attendance during the war
years, returning veterans contributed to a
postwar enrollment rise, which launched the
center into a major period of growth. In the late
1950s, a site adjacent to the St. Joseph River in
South Bend was acquired for a new campus with
the help of South Bend officials, organizations,
and individuals.
In 1961 the move was made into the first new
facility, Northside Hall. A second building
was acquired in 1966, and a third structure
was completed in 1969. A major addition to
Northside Hall opened in 1972. In 1975 Indiana
University purchased land and property from
Associates Corporation of North America, which
doubled the size of the South Bend campus.
Indiana University South Bend began using
some of these properties in 1977. The Franklin
D. Schurz Library opened in the spring of 1989.
In April of 1998, Dorothy and Darwin Wiekamp
Hall was opened. The IUSB Art Gallery opened
in 2000, and the Student Activities Center in
2002. That year, the School of the Arts was
renamed the Ernestine M. Radin School of the
Arts. In 2006, the pedestrian bridge across the St.
Joseph River opened, linking the main campus
to 25 acres where student housing opened in
2008. A refurbished building for Education, Arts,
and Health Sciences will open in 2013.
Just as the campus physical plant expanded
during the 1960s, the center experienced a major
period of academic development, emerging as
a comprehensive degree-granting institution.
In 1963 it became a regional campus, and soon
afterward the first four-year degree programs
were authorized. In 1967 the first seniors to
graduate from the South Bend campus received
their degrees. The following year, the campus
became Indiana University at South Bend, a title
indicating another new level in its academic
development and status within Indiana
University.
Today Indiana University South Bend is the
acknowledged "University that Educates
Michiana," serving higher education need s of
the community with a diverse, highly respected
academic program and actively planning how
to continue meeting those needs well into the
future.
The nearly 8,400 students now attending Indiana
University South Bend can choose from more
than 100 fields of undergraduate study or
from master' s degree programs in business,
education, liberal studies, music, nursing, social
work, or public affairs.
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JOYCE CENTER
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ceremony, please exit behind Section 8-12, go to
your left and d own the stairs, then go to your
right to enter the Field H ouse. Ushers w ill be
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