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Baccalaureate Committee Aileen Caceres, Chair Christa Coscia, Cindy Lin, Shelby Miller, Victoria Tower

Friday, May 10, 2013

James McLaughlin, Committee Advisor

Class of 2013 Board of Directors Kevin Garcia, Chair Erin Beaulieu Aaron Bianchi Shawna Brierly Aileen Caceres Lori Corpuz Christa Coscia Brooke Czapkowski

Brian Gaffey Barbara Hall Thomas Liguori Cindy Lin Xueyang (Charles) Lin Jessica McMasters Shelby Miller Elizabeth Ruffa

Baccalaureate

Kassandra Ruggles Madison Shugrue Nick Teceno Katelyn Tolbert Victoria Tower Lauren Waring Xuanya (Bill) Zhang

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Special thanks to Professor Douglas G. Weeks, Administrator of Applied Music, and the Senior Class Board of Directors

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Dorothea Wong has served in various roles at United Technologies for the past 17 years. She is currently director of supply chain for aerospace, guiding the strategy and growth of a $10 billion business segment. She holds a BS in mechanical engineering from WPI, an MS in metallurgy from RPI, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She has served as chair of the WPI Women’s Programs Board since 2006 and is active in other WPI efforts as an Alumni Ambassador. She holds five U.S. patents.

Photo: Higgins House The former residence of Aldus C. Higgins, Class of 1893, and his wife, May, the building includes an imposing great hall with a 36-foot-high ceiling and an elegant dining room that opens to a sunporch and magnificent gardens. Completed in 1923, the house was fashioned after Compton Wyngates, a 16th century Tudor castle in central England.

– Reflections – Gabriela Nunez ’13

Baccalaureate Ceremony Friday, May 10, 2013, 5:30 p.m. Alden Memorial

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– Musical Performance – Marcato from Symphony No. 1 –Brian Balmages WPI Brass Ensemble – Inspirational Message to the Class of 2013 – Dorothea Wong ’92 Director, UTC Aerospace Supply chain, United Technologies Corporation

– Prelude – Procession of the Nobles –Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov Australian Up-Country Tune –Percy Grainger Three Elizabethan Madrigals –Morley and Dowland Three Spirituals –arr. by Barnes Shepherd’s Hey –Percy Grainger

– Musical Performance – A Parting Blessing –Jerome Williams Senior A Cappella Quartet Caroline Concannon, Andrew Camire Sean O’Brien, Elizabeth Riendeau

WPI Brass Ensemble Professor Douglas Weeks, Director – Processional – Gaudeamus Igitur –Traditional WPI Brass Ensemble

– Closing Remarks – Aileen Caceres ’13

– Invocation – The Reverend Tomasz Borkowski Collegiate Religious Center

– Benediction – Rabbi Irving Luchans Community Chaplain

– Greetings – Aileen Caceres ’13 Chair, Baccalaureate Committee

– Recessional – Third Movement from Symphonic Suite for Brass –Daniel Cotnoir ’13

– Reflections – Ilea Graedel ’13 – Musical Performance – Quando Men Vo –Giacomo Puccini Chelsea Ross Miller ’13

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A reception follows in the Campus Center, Odeum – Musical Medley – Don’t Matter –Akon Forever –Chris Brown She Will Be Loved –Maroon 5 John Dias ’13, Piano

WPI Brass Ensemble Trumpet

French Horn

Euphonium

Richard Emberley* Ian Jutras* Chris Hango David Knight* Ed Partlow

Cassandra Stacy* Ana Iordanou* Alex Church Dan Cotnoir* John Amante

Ian Weyburne*

Trombone *Graduating seniors and graduate students

Allison Kenney Steve Long

Tuba

Timon Butler* Percussion

John Arnold Carl Haroian* Ethan Barrieau

– Reflections – Gabriela Nunez ’13

Baccalaureate Ceremony Friday, May 10, 2013, 5:30 p.m. Alden Memorial

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– Musical Performance – Marcato from Symphony No. 1 –Brian Balmages WPI Brass Ensemble – Inspirational Message to the Class of 2013 – Dorothea Wong ’92 Director, UTC Aerospace Supply chain, United Technologies Corporation

– Prelude – Procession of the Nobles –Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov Australian Up-Country Tune –Percy Grainger Three Elizabethan Madrigals –Morley and Dowland Three Spirituals –arr. by Barnes Shepherd’s Hey –Percy Grainger

– Musical Performance – A Parting Blessing –Jerome Williams Senior A Cappella Quartet Caroline Concannon, Andrew Camire Sean O’Brien, Elizabeth Riendeau

WPI Brass Ensemble Professor Douglas Weeks, Director – Processional – Gaudeamus Igitur –Traditional WPI Brass Ensemble

– Closing Remarks – Aileen Caceres ’13

– Invocation – The Reverend Tomasz Borkowski Collegiate Religious Center

– Benediction – Rabbi Irving Luchans Community Chaplain

– Greetings – Aileen Caceres ’13 Chair, Baccalaureate Committee

– Recessional – Third Movement from Symphonic Suite for Brass –Daniel Cotnoir ’13

– Reflections – Ilea Graedel ’13 – Musical Performance – Quando Men Vo –Giacomo Puccini Chelsea Ross Miller ’13

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A reception follows in the Campus Center, Odeum – Musical Medley – Don’t Matter –Akon Forever –Chris Brown She Will Be Loved –Maroon 5 John Dias ’13, Piano

WPI Brass Ensemble Trumpet

French Horn

Euphonium

Richard Emberley* Ian Jutras* Chris Hango David Knight* Ed Partlow

Cassandra Stacy* Ana Iordanou* Alex Church Dan Cotnoir* John Amante

Ian Weyburne*

Trombone *Graduating seniors and graduate students

Allison Kenney Steve Long

Tuba

Timon Butler* Percussion

John Arnold Carl Haroian* Ethan Barrieau

Baccalaureate Committee Aileen Caceres, Chair Christa Coscia, Cindy Lin, Shelby Miller, Victoria Tower

Friday, May 10, 2013

James McLaughlin, Committee Advisor

Class of 2013 Board of Directors Kevin Garcia, Chair Erin Beaulieu Aaron Bianchi Shawna Brierly Aileen Caceres Lori Corpuz Christa Coscia Brooke Czapkowski

Brian Gaffey Barbara Hall Thomas Liguori Cindy Lin Xueyang (Charles) Lin Jessica McMasters Shelby Miller Elizabeth Ruffa

Baccalaureate

Kassandra Ruggles Madison Shugrue Nick Teceno Katelyn Tolbert Victoria Tower Lauren Waring Xuanya (Bill) Zhang

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Special thanks to Professor Douglas G. Weeks, Administrator of Applied Music, and the Senior Class Board of Directors

§

Dorothea Wong has served in various roles at United Technologies for the past 17 years. She is currently director of supply chain for aerospace, guiding the strategy and growth of a $10 billion business segment. She holds a BS in mechanical engineering from WPI, an MS in metallurgy from RPI, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She has served as chair of the WPI Women’s Programs Board since 2006 and is active in other WPI efforts as an Alumni Ambassador. She holds five U.S. patents.

Photo: Higgins House The former residence of Aldus C. Higgins, Class of 1893, and his wife, May, the building includes an imposing great hall with a 36-foot-high ceiling and an elegant dining room that opens to a sunporch and magnificent gardens. Completed in 1923, the house was fashioned after Compton Wyngates, a 16th century Tudor castle in central England.


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