University of Idaho Commencement Program
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O ne H undred E ighteenth Commencement May 11, 2013 Table of Contents Commencement Ceremony..........................................................................................4 Board of Regents and University Officers....................................................................5 Guest Speakers.............................................................................................................6 Honorary Degrees.......................................................................................................11 President’s Medallion..................................................................................................12 Alumni Hall of Fame.................................................................................................14 Honors to Faculty and Staff.......................................................................................16 50th Anniversary of First Ph.D...................................................................................18 Graduate Degrees.......................................................................................................21 Advanced Professional Degrees College of Law.....................................................................................................37 Baccalaureate Degrees College of Agricultural and Life Sciences............................................................39 College of Art and Architecture..........................................................................43 College of Business and Economics.....................................................................45 College of Education............................................................................................50 College of Engineering.........................................................................................54 College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences........................................................57 College of Natural Resources...............................................................................71 College of Science................................................................................................73 Honors Certificates.....................................................................................................76 Commissions in the Armed Forces.............................................................................77 Officer Education Program Awards............................................................................78 Medical Education Programs......................................................................................80 In Memoriam..............................................................................................................81 Retirees.......................................................................................................................82 Significance of Academic Apparel and Mace.............................................................83 Alma Mater – “Here We Have Idaho”.......................................................................84 Celebration Receptions Each college will hold a separate celebration reception immediately following the conclusion of Commencement. Locations are listed below. College of Agricultural and Life Sciences................................................... Agricultural Biotechnology Building, interaction court College of Art and Architecture............................................................................................414 South Main, Prichard Art Gallery College of Business and Economics.............................................................................................................. J.A. Albertson Building College of Education.......................................................................................................... Physical Education Building, Room 210 College of Engineering.............................................................................................................. Engineering-Physics Building Lawn College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences.............................................................................................................Memorial Gym College of Natural Resources............................................................................................... College of Natural Resources Building College of Science.......................................................................................................................Student Union Building, Ballroom Commencement Ceremonies University of Idaho-Boise Ceremony, Wednesday, May 1, 7:30 p.m., Boise Centre University of Idaho-Idaho Falls Ceremony, Thursday, May 2, 7:30 p.m., Willard Arts Center Colonial Theatre University of Idaho-Coeur d’Alene Ceremony, Monday, May 6, 7:30 p.m., North Idaho College Schuler Auditorium(Boswell Hall) University of Idaho College of Law Ceremony, Saturday, May 11, 3 p.m., ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center –2– President M. Duane Nellis M. Duane Nellis began serving as the University of Idaho’s 17th president on July 1, 2009. During his first two years in office, he led the University to record student enrollments, bolstered the University’s research mission, and extended University programs that help the people of the state educationally and economically. Also, President Nellis has brought the University community together to develop a new Strategic Action Plan for 2011-15. As the university’s chief executive officer, President Nellis provides robust and engaging leadership for the University of Idaho. He provides support to 42 statewide extension offices and university center locations in Boise, Coeur d’Alene and Idaho Falls. He works with the WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho) Medical Education program to ensure that Idaho is supported, along with the 20 first-year medical students on the Moscow campus each year. Nellis also is engaged with the university alumni, friends, donors, faculty, staff and students around the world to create a university that is more entrepreneurial, sustainable, international, interdisciplinary and diverse. Previously, President Nellis served as provost and senior vice president at Kansas State University where he oversaw 12 deans and 10 other units, including the offices of the vice provost for information technology services and the vice president for research. He also served for seven years at West Virginia University as dean of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, WVU’s largest academic college. President Nellis was appointed by Gov. C. L. “Butch” Otter as a commissioner of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. He has held other professional leadership positions as well, including the Association of Public and LandGrant Universities Academic Officers Executive Council; president of the Association of American Geographers; National Council for Geographic Education; Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society; Kansas Academy of Sciences; and member of the National Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Research Universities Committee. President Nellis is recognized nationally and internationally for his research that utilizes satellite data and geographic information systems to analyze various dimensions of the earth’s land surface. This research has been funded by more than 50 sources such as NASA, the National Geographic Society, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. His research has led to more than 100 articles and reports in a wide range of professional journals, and 15 books and book chapters. He has given more than 100 professional presentations and has been invited to speak at more than 60 universities and related settings internationally. He also has been recognized nationally and internationally for his research and teaching through numerous awards from organizations such as the Association of American Geographers (AAG), AAG’s John Fraser Hart Award for Excellence in Research, the Outstanding Contributions Award by the AAG’s Remote Sensing Specialty Group, the Young Research Scholar Award by the Institute of British Geographers, the Kansas State University Outstanding Teaching Award and University Adviser of the Year Award. President Nellis is a native of the Northwest: he was born in Spokane, Washington. He met and married his wife, Ruthie, while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in earth sciences/geography at Montana State University. He received his master’s and doctoral degrees in geography at Oregon State University. –3– University Prelude of I d a ho C omm e n c e m e n t C e r e mo n y Presiding: M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President Campus Processional..............................................................................................................Border Highlanders Pipes and Drums Processional............................................................................................................................................ University Wind Ensemble ........................................................................................................Alan J. Gemberling, M.Mus., Conductor and Professor of Music Presentation and Posting of the Colors..................................................................................... Joint Military Services Color Guard The National Anthem....................................................................................................University Wind Ensemble and Vandaleers .....................................................................(Alan J. Gemberling, M.Mus, Conductor and Michael T. Murphy, Ph.D., Conductor) Welcome..................................................................................................................Kenton Bird, Ph.D., Chair of the Faculty Senate Opening Remarks........................................................................................................................ M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President Introductions................................................................................................................................ M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President University of Idaho Regents Welcome.............................................................................................Idaho State Board of Education Alumni Hall of Fame Inductions.................................................................................................. M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President Commencement Address...............................................................................................................................................Jim Lemley Recognition of Honor Students.......................................................... Douglas D. Baker, Ph.D., Provost and Executive Vice President Honorary Degree Presentation..................................................................................................... M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President .......................................................................................................... Douglas D. Baker, Ph.D., Provost and Executive Vice President ..................................................................................... Sanjay R. Sisodiya, Ph.D., Faculty Senate Commencement Committee, Chair Recognition of 50th Anniversary Ph.D. and Ed. D. Recipients...................................................... M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President Oath of Office................................................................Captain Gregory Thomas Eaton, U.S. Navy, Commanding Officer NROTC Conferring and Presentation of Graduate, Professional and Baccalaureate Degrees ..................... M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President .......................................................................................................... Douglas D. Baker, Ph.D., Provost and Executive Vice President Closing Remarks.......................................................................................................................... M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D., President The Alma Mater, “Here We Have Idaho,” composer Sallie Hume-Douglas........................................................ (words on page 84) The entire assembly joins in the singing of the Alma Mater. Recessional............................................................................................................................................. University Wind Ensemble ........................................................................................................Alan J. Gemberling, M.Mus., Conductor and Professor of Music Processional Announcer: ......................................................................................Bruce Mann, ASUI Volunteer Center Coordinator Commencement Readers:...................................................................................... Jeremy Falk, Agricultural & Extension Education Kyle Ferrill, Music J. David Lee-Painter, Theatre Arts Sarah M. Nelson, Foreign Languages & Literatures (French) J. Gary Williams, English University Marshal:.................................................................................. Mickey Gunter, Ph.D., Geological Sciences, Lead Marshal Photography GradImages (1-800-261-2576, www.gradimages.com) will provide photography for Commencement. The studio will photograph each student and email and/or mail proofs along with an offer for one free print to all students who supply an address on the card provided at the ceremony. For more images from this ceremony, visit www.uidaho.edu/commencement. –4– A d m i n i s t r at i o n The Regents of the University of Idaho Kenneth Edmunds, President Twin Falls Bill Goesling Moscow Don Soltman, Vice President Twin Lakes Richard Westerberg Preston Emma Atchley, Secretary Ashton Tom Luna, Ex-Officio State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Boise Executive Director, State Board of Education, Boise Roderic Lewis Boise Mike Rush, Ph.D. Milford Terrell Boise University Administration M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D. President Douglas D. Baker, Ph.D. Provost and Executive Vice President John K. McIver, Ph.D. Vice President for Research and Economic Development Ronald E. Smith, Ph.D. Vice President for Finance and Administration Christopher D. Murray, M.B.A. Vice President for University Advancement Robert M. Spear, Ph.D. Athletics Director Joseph H. Stegner, B.A. Special Assistant to the President for Governmental Relations Kent E. Nelson, J.D. General Counsel Keith E. Ickes, M.B.A. Executive Director of Planning and Budget Jeanne Stevenson, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Bruce M. Pitman, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Carmen A. Suarez, Ph.D. Director, Office of Human Rights, Access and Inclusion Interim Special Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity and Community Interim Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs Steven R. Neiheisel, Ph.D. Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management Nancy A. Krogh, Ed.D. Registrar Arthur M. Taylor, M.A. Native American Tribal Liaison Priscilla Salant, M.S. Director, Office of Community Partnerships Trudy J. Anderson, Ph.D. Associate Vice President and Center Executive Officer, Boise Charles Buck, Ph.D. Associate Vice President and Center Executive Officer, Coeur d’Alene Robert W. Smith, Ph.D. Associate Vice President and Center Executive Officer, Idaho Falls and Associate Director for Research, Center for Advanced Energy Studies Deans Katherine G. Aiken, Ph.D. Dean, College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences Lynn N. Baird, Ph.D. Dean, Library Services Donald L. Burnett, Jr., J.D., LL.M. Dean, College of Law Jie Chen, Ph.D. Dean, College of Graduate Studies John Foltz, Ph.D. Interim Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Mark E. Hoversten, M.F.A. Dean, College of Art and Architecture Paul Joyce, Ph.D. Dean, College of Science Corinne Mantle-Bromley, Ph.D. Dean, College of Education Kurt S. Pregitzer, Ph.D. Dean, College of Natural Resources Mario G. Reyes, Ph.D. Dean, College of Business and Economics Larry A. Stauffer, Ph.D. Dean, College of Engineering Andrew L. Turner, Ph.D. Director, WWAMI Medical Education Program –5– Guest Speakers University of Idaho – Moscow Jim Lemley, a second-generation Vandal, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing at the College of Business and Economics in 1988. He is an American film and television producer based in Paris and Los Angeles. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with leading directors, actors, and producers to create both critically acclaimed and commercially successful projects. After beginning his career in New York working in the music business for Island Records, Lemley moved to Los Angeles to pursue film. He spent time at both Disney and Universal before joining Icon Entertainment in 1992. Over the next decade, Lemley quickly rose through the ranks eventually serving as CEO of the London-based Icon Entertainment International. At Icon, he worked on various features across all genres, including Braveheart, Maverick, Immortal Beloved, Anna Karenina, Payback, 187 and We Were Soldiers. Additionally, he produced several television projects, including the highly rated The Three Stooges for ABC and Invincible for TBS. Jim Lemley In 2002, Lemley teamed with Ridley and Tony Scott to executive produce the medieval romance Tristan and Isolde. In 2005, he partnered with Bonnie Curtis to executive produce the Wes Craven thriller Red Eye. Lemley’s most recent credits include the action-fantasy-horror film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (which he produced with Tim Burton) as well as the action-thriller Wanted, both directed by cult action director Timur Bekmambetov. Other projects include the critically acclaimed drama The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, and the post-apocalyptic animated feature 9, which he produced with Burton and Bekmambetov. Currently, Lemley is developing a 10-hour miniseries, The Singularity, with Ray Kurzweil the famed American inventor, futurist, Google director and author of the New York Times Bestseller The Singularity is Near. The miniseries will explore the science and philosophy behind the future of humanity and its relationship with ever-evolving technology. Lemley is a member of the Directors Guild of America, The Producers Guild and the Screen Actors Guild and serves on the Advisory Board for the University of Idaho, College of Business and Economics. He is also a member of the Founders Group of the 5D Immersive Design Conference. –6– University of Idaho – Boise Linda Copple Trout holds the distinction of being the first woman appointed to the Idaho Supreme Court, where she served for 15 years, including two terms as chief justice. Trout retired from the court in 2007 to protest increasingly politicized elections for high-court justices. She praised the collegiality among justices during her tenure, “. . . And I think that’s the way it should be — judges are nonpartisan.” Trout earned three degrees at Idaho — marketing, management and law — and praised the foundational value of her experiences during seven years on campus. “Attending the University of Idaho challenged my thinking and caused me to look at issues and problems in different ways,” Trout said. “I was exposed to diverse people, concepts and ideas, which continually reaffirmed the importance of keeping an open mind. As a judge, this ability to look at all Linda Copple Trout sides of an issue is invaluable. My campus experience certainly contributed to my leadership abilities when I was selected to serve as the chief justice.” Upon graduation from law school in 1979, Trout joined the Lewiston law firm of Blake, Feeney & Clark, where she was engaged in private practice before her appointment to the position of magistrate judge in Idaho’s Second Judicial District. From 1987 through 1991, she assumed additional responsibilities as the acting Trial Court administrator for the five counties of north-central Idaho. In 1990, she was elected as a district judge and handled cases in Nez Perce and Clearwater counties. In August 1992, Trout was appointed by Gov. Cecil Andrus to be the first woman justice on the Idaho Supreme Court. She was twice elected by the Supreme Court to the position of chief justice. Trout is a member of the Idaho State Bar Association, and the American Inns of Court and has previously served on a number of boards of directors as well as statewide administrative, judicial and bar committees. She has served on the College of Law Advisory Committee to the dean and inspired law students as an adjunct faculty member through courses she has taught at the University of Idaho in family law. –7– University of Idaho – Idaho Falls Former U.S. Senator Larry Craig took an unlikely path to national prominence. He began his education in the one-room South Crane School near his family’s ranch at Midvale, Idaho. But, by the time he graduated from Midvale High, Craig had become a prize-winning speechmaker, who also was active in Future Farmers of America and sang in the choir. He embraced larger life at the University of Idaho and won his election as student body president and was an active member of Delta Chi fraternity. He left Moscow with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a minor in agricultural economics. He pursued graduate studies in U.S. foreign policy at George Washington University. Craig soon entered politics and was elected in 1974 to the first of three terms in the Idaho Senate. By 1980 he had been elected to an open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives where he supported President Reagan’s push for vocational education and where, as a member of the Mining Subcommittee of the Interior Committee, he worked to block the demise of the 1872 mining law. Larry Craig Elected to the U.S. Senate in 1990, Craig rose to prominence and power. In 2007, he declined to run for reelection and left the Senate in 2009 — his 28 years in Congress second in Idaho only to Sen. William Borah’s 32 years. As a senator, Craig championed public land resource issues and was influential in writing and passing the Energy Policy Acts of 2005 and 2007. In 2009 Craig and his longtime Senate chief-of-staff Michael Ware opened the lobbying firm New West Strategies. Clients include coal mining giant Murray Energy and outdoor group Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife. –8– University of Idaho – Coeur d’Alene A member of the Nez Perce Tribe, JoAnn Harvey is an Idaho Native in the deepest sense, and sharing the value and benefits of education have been an important driver in her career. Growing up around Lapwai, Harvey went off to earn a bachelor’s degree in education from Eastern Washington University, followed by a master’s in organizational leadership from Gonzaga University. She is nothing if not organized, and a leader. Harvey has held every office for the Coeur d’Alene Education Association from building representative to president. She also has been deeply involved in the Region 1 Idaho Education Association that covers the state’s five northern counties. She became well-known nationally while chair of the National Education Association’s American Indian/Native Alaskan caucus for her efforts to train a spotlight on raising graduation rates for indigenous students. Harvey organized the NEA’s first American Indian/Native Alaskan Issues Conference, which was held at the Coeur d’Alene Resort and Casino in June 2003. The conference has since been held twice more, in 2005 and 2009. She has also devoted six years to the NEA’s Human and Civil Rights Committee, along with a myriad of others, and was selected as a delegate to Education International conferences in Porto Alegre, Brazil, in 2002, Berlin in 2006 and Cape Town, South Africa, in 2011. Perhaps an extension of her concern for indigenous and minority education, Harvey for the last 20 years has been involved with the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations, she is the immediate past president, and also serves on the board of a sister organization, the Human Rights Education Institute, since it was formed in 1998. She still teaches as a physical education specialist for the Coeur d’Alene School District, where she began work in 1986. Harvey ran unsuccessfully for the Idaho Senate in 2000 and 2002 with one of her campaign goals to increase education funding in the state. She has a black belt in Tang Soo Do, four adult children, six grandsons and a granddaughter. JoAnn Harvey –9– University of Idaho – Moscow, College of Law Candy Wagahoff Dale is a trailblazer in Idaho. She broke a 118-year tradition of a male-only federal bench when she was appointed chief United States magistrate judge for the District of Idaho in March 2008. The Boise native and Borah High graduate took a roundabout path to the bench, originally attending the College of Idaho, where she was a Gipson Scholar, to study English and math. It was after a semester spent at Oxford University in England as part of an exchange program that she enrolled in a political science class and asked her math adviser about attending law school. “They virtually signed me up for the LSAT,” Dale has said, adding that her adviser told her, “the logic of mathematics was a perfect foundation for law.” After graduating with honors from the College of Idaho in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree, Dale enrolled in the University of Idaho College of Law. Candy Wagahoff Dale She served as editor-in-chief of the Law Review, received the Idaho Law Foundation Scholarship for 1981-82 and graduated with a doctorate of law degree and in the top 10 in her class in 1982. She was one of fewer than 20 women in her graduating class. She served at two law firms in Boise and became known as a highly respected trial attorney in business litigation and employment law. She has served in numerous professional organizations. She is past president of the American Inn of the Court No. 130 (Boise), board of directors for the Federal Defender Services of Idaho, lawyer representative to the Ninth Circuit Conference of United States Courts, a member of the Ninth Circuit’s Advisory Board and a member of the Gender Fairness and Long Range Planning committees for the Idaho U.S. District. Dale also serves with the federal court’s START (Success Through Assisted Recover and Treatment) program and is a member of the Idaho Pro Bono Commission. Dale was honored with the Kate Feltham Award in 2010 by the Idaho Women Lawyers for “promoting equal rights and opportunities for women and minorities in the legal profession.” She met her husband, Jim Dale, while at the College of Law. The couple has one daughter, Lindsay. – 10 – H o n o r a ry D e g r e e s An honorary degree is awarded to a person deserving of honor by virtue of scholarly distinction, noteworthy public service or significant contributions to the state of Idaho. In the selection of candidates for honorary degrees, preference is given to those who are Idaho residents or University of Idaho graduates. Will an academic hood fit over a cowboy hat? That’s the question of the moment as the University of Idaho recognizes one of the state’s most distinctive and generous citizens, Harry Bettis, with an honorary doctorate of Administrative Science. Bettis is a fourth-generation Idahoan who, as a child, was sent by his parents to the California Preparatory School, a prestigious boarding school, and who graduated from Stanford with a degree in business. But he soon returned to join the family endeavors. He took over the family ranch along the Wood River and has ever since been a cattleman with Idaho dirt on his boots and a signature cowboy hat atop his head. The operation has grown into a partnership with his three daughters. Bettis’ business interests include banking and oil distribution. He is a greatgrandson, on his father’s side, of C.W. Moore, founder of Idaho First National Bank. Bettis has served on the Idaho First National (now U.S. Bank) board of directors since 1971 and has also been on the board of directors of U.S. Bankcorp. Harry Bettis During his Stanford years, Bettis changed his middle name to Little to reflect his heritage on his mother’s side and honor the connection to his grandfather, Andrew Little, dubbed the “The Sheep King of Idaho.” It was Little, Bettis has said, who taught him how to work. Bettis, who remains unpretentious and candid, has also continued a family tradition of channeling wealth into the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, named for his great aunt. The foundation, of which he is president, is one of Idaho’s most powerful and supports major programming for Idaho Public Television, as well as supporting programs, student scholarships and capital improvements at the University of Idaho and other state universities. The foundation’s service and contributions to the University of Idaho alone total more than $7 million. Bettis is a member of the Peregrine Fund, dedicated to protecting Idaho’s birds of prey, and has supported the Hornocker Wildlife Institute which works to promote understanding of issues that relate to threatened and endangered species. Bettis is also part of an all-Idaho ownership group that last spring returned a full season of horse racing to Boise’s Les Bois Park for the first time in nearly three years. – 11 – U n i v e r s i t y o f I d a ho President’s Medallion The President’s Medallion is presented at University of Idaho Commencement Ceremonies in May and December. Recipients are individuals who have made significant contributions to the cultural, economic, scientific and/or social advancement of Idaho and its people, and have provided exceptional service to the state or nation that has influenced the wellbeing of humankind. University of Idaho – Boise J. Patrick McMurray is a third-generation native Idahoan who was raised in Boise. He served much of his career with First Security Bank and retired in 2007 following a 37-year tenure with the company. At 39, McMurray was named president of the Idaho bank where he served on the First Security Corporation Management Committee with oversight responsibility for regional banking spanning a seven-state territory. From the First Security merger with Wells Fargo in 2000 until his retirement, McMurray held the position of Idaho Region president. He received a bachelor’s degree in business finance from the University of Idaho in 1970, and completed additional graduate work at the National Graduate School of Commercial Lending, University of Oklahoma, and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School, University of Washington. McMurray served as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Salt Lake City branch from January 1996 through December 2002 and chaired the branch’s Audit Committee for 1999-2002. He also served on the Idaho Banker’s Association Executive Committee and The Financial Services Roundtable, a banking industry association that represents the top 125 bank holding companies in the country. He is recognized for a long history of dedication and leadership in not-for-profit organizations that range from social services to education and the arts. His service includes time on the board of Blue Cross of Idaho; president of Fundsy, Inc.; vice chairman of the board of directors, Idaho Community Reinvestment Corporation; Boise Art Museum Board chairman; chairman of the Salvation Army Advisory Board and chairman of the Idaho Business Council. McMurray continues to be active in community organizations, including service on the board of trustees of St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center where he serves as immediate past chairman and as a member of the executive committee. McMurray and his wife, Lisa, reside in Boise and Sun Valley. They are the parents of two adult sons, Tyler and Shawn. University of Idaho – Idaho Falls Until his retirement at the end of 2012, David Hill had been deputy laboratory director for science and technology at the Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory, where the focus on research has expanded to include alternative energy as well as nuclear energy and cleanup. His tenure was honored on the floor of Congress last year when Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson said, “Dave brought a wonderful vision and talent to INL and his imprint is visible in the new and improved facilities that INL scientists and engineers now use. Dave saw the unique role INL can play as our National Nuclear Laboratory and he helped demonstrate how INL’s capabilities could support important nuclear energy, nonproliferation and national security programs. Dave also helped bring an unmatched collection of world-renowned technical experts to Idaho to lead the nation’s nuclear energy programs. While serious budget challenges are staring every federal program in the face, Dave will leave the Idaho National Laboratory with a firm foundation.” Hill was responsible for the science and technology strategy for a lab whose research and development funding nearly doubled under his seven-year leadership to $1 billion for programs pertaining to nuclear energy, national and homeland security, and clean energy. An internationally acknowledged expert on nuclear reactor and fuel cycle issues, he has extensive experience in the area of international nuclear cooperation, working with the countries of both Western Europe and the former Soviet Union. – 12 – He joined the Idaho National Laboratory in 2005 from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he was associate laboratory director for energy and engineering sciences. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a doctorate in mathematical physics from Imperial College, London University in his native United Kingdom, and a master’s of business administration from the University of Chicago. He and his wife, Georgia, are living in Boise. University of Idaho – Coeur d’Alene Dennis (Denny) Davis left the University of Idaho with two degrees, a bachelor of science in 1973 and his juris doctorate degree in 1977. Then, he headed north, where he has been deeply involved in his adopted city of Coeur d’Alene for the last 35 years. Davis, who has specialized in real estate and development law for Witherspoon Kelley, also has served as a state senator and participates on two notable initiatives in the northern Idaho city: urban renewal and human rights. Davis was appointed to serve on the board of the urban renewal entity, the Lake City Development Corporation, in 2005 and has been board chair since 2008. The LCDC has helped reshape Coeur d’Alene, especially along its lakefront, with high-profile projects such as the education corridor, Midtown revival and, most recently, the redesign of venerable McEwen Field. In 1998, he was one of the founding members of the Human Rights Education Institute, an offshoot of the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations. Davis was elected to the Idaho Legislature as a Democrat, serving in the state senate from 1989 to 1994 and as Assistant Minority Leader in 1993 and 1994. A key promise of his campaign was to challenge the construction of large-scale medical waste incinerators that would accept out-of-state waste. One was proposed for Hauser Lake. Davis won the support of Gov. Cecil Andrus for a moratorium and later successfully pushed a bill, it passed by one vote, limiting the scope of such incinerators. “Small communities in rural Western states should not be targeted as dumping grounds for large urban areas,” Davis said at the time. He was an Idaho State Bar appointee to the Idaho Judicial Council from 1999 to 2005. In 2010 he received the Idaho State Bar Association’s Professionalism Award. Davis also serves on the University of Idaho College of Law Advisory Council and the university’s Northern Advisory Board. Davis is a former member of the Coeur d’Alene city planning commission and currently serves on the board of Jobs Plus, (Kootenai County’s Economic Development Corporation). – 13 – A l u m n i A s s oc i a t i o n A lumni H all of F ame 2013 This award was created in 1962 and recognizes alumni who have achieved national or international distinction by their accomplishments and leadership. Consideration will be given for: distinction in career accomplishments; leadership within career organizations; voluntary leadership efforts in charitable causes; leadership efforts which have improved the cultural, social, political or economic well-being of society; prior recognition and honors; and artistic, innovative or technical accomplishments. Matthew J. “Matt” Espe of Lancaster, Pa., who in 1980 earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing in the College of Business and Economics, was appointed CEO of Armstrong World Industries, Inc., in Lancaster, Pa., in 2010. He oversees $2.6 billion in revenues and 8,500 employees worldwide. He has logged 30 years of experience in sales, marketing, distribution and management in global manufacturing businesses. Before joining Armstrong nearly three years ago, he served as chairman and CEO of Ricoh Americas Corp., a subsidiary of Ricoh Co., Ltd. Prior to that, Espe was chairman and CEO of IKON Office Solutions, Inc., a $4 billion office equipment distributor and services provider with 24,000 employees. Ricoh acquired the company in 2008. Previous to that, Espe was president and CEO of GE Lighting. In a career that spanned 22 years there, he managed multiple functional areas, including sales, marketing, distribution and manufacturing, as well as management within several business units. His global perspective is the result of having run businesses in Europe, Asia and North America. Matthew J. Espe At home, he is a respected and active volunteer and member of the board of United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania. He helmed the charitable organization’s 2007 campaign, which raised $50 million for the region’s nonprofit organizations. Additionally, he is a member of the board of Unisys Corp. In addition to his U-Idaho degree, he earned a Master of Business Administration from Whittier College. He is married to Lori (Limbaugh) Espe, also an alumna of the college. They have four children and live in Newtown Square, Pa. John A. Rosholt, a Lewiston native, earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at U-Idaho in 1959. After serving as a commissioned officer at a U.S. Army missile base, he returned to campus, where he earned his law degree in 1964. He was admitted that same year to the Idaho State Bar Association. In the 27 years following he practiced with two law partnerships and served as partner in one. In 2001, he became a founding partner in the Twin Falls and Boise firm of Barker Rosholt & Simpson LLP. His firm specializes in natural resources law and represents clients with interests in such activities as irrigation, hydropower and mining, while also representing and advising clients on land use, the fine points of a variety of environmental regulations and in settlement agreements with the region’s indigenous tribes. John A. Rosholt Rosholt was the 1976 president of the National Water Resources Association and belonged to its board of directors from 1969 to 1987. The group represents diversified water interests in the 17 western states. Rosholt’s legal expertise in water rights law has been recognized by numerous professional organizations over the course of his career. Additionally, he has served on various U-Idaho college advisory councils. – 14 – Rosholt fondly recalls being co-captain of the University of Idaho Northern Division Pacific Coast Conference championship golf team in 1959, which won a trip to the NCAA tourney. His community involvement and volunteerism has encompassed the Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club and the city’s planning and zoning commission. In addition, he has served on such boards as the Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry, Mountain States Legal Foundation, Key Bank, the Idaho Community Foundation and the U.S. Golf Association. He is married to Karen Rae (Fisher) Rosholt ’64 and they have three grown children, all of whom are also Vandals. A l u m n i A s s oc i a t i o n B o a r d Officers: President................................. Lou Aldecoa 1976 Western Idaho Region Boise Vice President/Pres. Elect........ Annie Averitt 2000 West Region Tiburon, Calif. Past President.......................... Michael Higgins 1998 West Region Portland, Ore. Treasurer................................. Pat Sullivan 1973 Western Idaho Region Weiser Executive Committee/ At Large Member................... Travis L. Thompson 1997 Central Idaho Region Twin Falls of Directors, 2012-13 About the University of Idaho Alumni Association, Inc. The University of Idaho Alumni Association (UIAA), founded in 1898, is comprised of more than 95,000 living alumni worldwide. The mission of the Alumni Association is to develop and strengthen lifelong alumni relationships with their alma mater. Active leadership includes the UIAA national board of directors, club and chapter volunteers and the Alumni Office staff. The UIAA provides award and recognition programs, assists the university with information and communication efforts, assists with student recruitment and advocates for the University. Once a University of Idaho student reaches 90 credits or receives a University of Idaho degree, s/he is considered part of the alumni community. The UIAA is not a dues-paying organization. For more information: www.uidaho.edu/alumni email@example.com Phone: (208) 885-6154 National Directors: Debbie Shepherd 1981 Idaho Falls Amy Lientz 1994 Idaho Falls Nancy Lyle 1956 Moscow E. Whitney Johnson 1980 Glendale, Ariz. Dan J. Kelly 1993 Murphy, Texas Randy Dale Luten 1983 Leesburg, Va. John Pederson 1969, 1970 Spokane Valley, Wash. Ben J. Rae 1983 Post Falls John Rosch 1998 DePere, Wis. – 15 – Honors to F a c u lt y / S ta f f M e m b e r s Research and Creative Activity Excellence Award Patrick J. Hrdlicka, Associate Professor, Chemistry, College of Science Donald Crawford Graduate Faculty Mentoring Award Troy E. Hall, Professor, Conservation Social Science, College of Natural Resources Outstanding Master’s Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Award Heather Michelle Blume, M.S. candidate in Family and Consumer Science, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Outstanding Doctoral Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Award Michelle M. Howard, Ph.D. candidate in Geography, College of Science Outstanding Master’s Graduate Student Research and Creative Activity Award Courtney M. Thompson, M.S. candidate in Geography, College of Science Outstanding Doctoral Graduate Student Research and Creative Activity Award Christopher J. Cox, Ph.D. candidate in Environmental Science, College of Science Faculty Advising Excellence Award Pingchao Zhu, Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences Staff Advising Excellence Award Kristine Roby, College Advisor, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences Teaching Excellence Award David Lee-Painter, Professor, Theatre Arts Department, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences Hoffman Award in Teaching Excellence Sanjay R. Sisodiya, Assistant Professor, Department of Business, College of Business and Economics – 16 – Outreach and Engagement Excellence Awards Harriet Shaklee, Professor, Family and Consumer Sciences, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Grace Goc Karp, Professor, Movement Sciences, College of Education Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Efforts Excellence Award David McIlroy, Professor, Department of Physics, College of Science 2013 – 2015 Presidential Mid-Career Awards Kenneth D. Cain, Professor, Fish and Wildlife Sciences, College of Natural Resources Stacey Camp, Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology, College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences Barbara A. Cosens, Professor, Law, College of Law Elizabeth “Lee” Fortunato, Professor, Biological Sciences, College of Science Brian K. Johnson, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering Alexander V. Karasev, Associate Professor, Plant, Soil & Entomological Sciences, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Allen Kitchel, Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education Sanjay R. Sisodiya, Assistant Professor, Department of Business, College of Business and Economics Nancy Sprague, Associate Professor, Library, University Library University Distinguished Professors Sanford Eigenbrode, Professor, Department of Plants, Soil and Entomological Sciences, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Larry Forney, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, College of Science – 17 – U n i v e r s i t y o f I d a ho C e l e b r a t i n g O u r F i r s t D oc t o r a l D e g r e e s Pioneers in two of the higher realms of education at the University of Idaho — Doctor of Education and Doctor of Philosophy — are being honored today. Idaho granted its first doctor of education, or Ed.D., in 1962, with the first doctor of philosophy degrees, or Ph.D.s, awarded the year after. In the United States, the Ed.D. degree tends to be granted by the school of education of universities and is a terminal degree in education. The Ed.D. is recognized for appointment as a lecturer or professor in a university. It also may be recognized as preparation for administrative positions in education, such as superintendent of schools, human resource director, or school principal. The Ph.D. degree is the highest academic degree awarded by U.S. universities in most fields of study. The term “philosophy” does not refer solely to the field of philosophy. Rather, it is used in accordance with its original Greek meaning, “love of wisdom. The requirements for obtaining Ph.D.s and other research doctorates in the U.S. typically entail successful completion of pertinent classes, passing of a comprehensive examination, and defense of a dissertation. Idaho’s first Doctor of Education degrees were earned by: Florence Aller In 1962, Florence Aller obtained the University’s first doctoral degree in education, specializing in guidance and counseling, with her thesis, “The role of the self concept in student marital adjustment.” She had previously graduated as valedictorian of her Hayes Teachers College class. She earned a master’s degree in home economics at Oregon State University in 1946. She and her husband, Alvin, moved to Nampa, Idaho, in 1949. The couple went on to join the faculty at Northwest Nazarene College. A decade later, the couple moved to Moscow where she became an assistant professor of home economics at the University of Idaho and focused her research on student marital adjustment and teenage marriage. Her dissertation was later published as an article, “Some Factors in Marital Adjustment and Academic Achievement of Married Students” in the March 1963 issue of what was then the Personnel and Guidance Journal and currently the Journal of Counseling & Development. She also had published “Historical Reflections: Idaho Home Economics Association” and “75 Years to Remember: Home Economics at the University of Idaho, 1902-1977.” Florence passed away in 1993. She and her late husband, who was a professor of botany at Idaho, both have memorial scholarships in their names at Northwest Nazarene University. John Morford In 1963, John Morford earned the University’s second doctorate in education. He joined the education faculty at Seattle University in 1973 and has since retired. At Seattle University he was dean of the School of Education from 1973 to 1978. Under his leadership the Doctorate in Educational Leadership program, Seattle U’s only doctorate program, was launched in 1975 and continues to be one of the university’s most distinguished academic programs. Earlier, as chair of the Department of Education at John Carroll University in Ohio, he founded one of the first programs to prepare teachers to work in urban poverty areas. He and his wife, Jerene, are active in humanitarian efforts in the Seattle area. – 18 – Idaho’s first Doctor of Philosophy degrees were earned by: Newman Fisher Newman Fisher received the university’s first doctorate in mathematics. While a student, he was a member of the American Mathematical Association of America, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and Pi Mu Epsilon. He went on to teach mathematics at San Francisco State University, twice serving as department chair. Now retired, he and his wife, the former Neah Trivus, make their home in San Francisco. Daniel George Specializing in organic chemistry, Daniel George was among the first graduates to earn a doctorate in chemistry at Idaho in 1963. For many years, he was a research chemist at DuPont and is now retired. He lives in Chad Fords, Pennsylvania with his wife, Sachiko, who is an artist. Bruce Gesner Bruce Gesner also belonged to Idaho’s inaugural class of chemistry doctoral recipients. He specialized in organic chemistry and authored the book, “The Mechanisms of Carbene Eliminations.” Now, he is a retired executive director for technology introduction and support at SBC Communication. His spouse, Phyllis, is a retired attorney and Chief Operating Officer of The National Judicial College. They reside in Reno, Nevada. Richard Hermens Richard Hermens is an emeritus professor at Eastern Oregon University. Beginning in 1966, he taught physical, analytical, inorganic and general chemistry. A 50-year member of the American Chemical Society (ACS), Hermens was instrumental in organizing the Eastern Oregon Science Journal, which opened the door for students in science and mathematical fields to publish their research. Hermens co-founded MicroLab, based in Bozeman, Montana. MicroLab manufactures chemistry equipment for student and classroom use. He also co-owns a publishing company that publishes history books of the La Grande, Oregon area. His spouse, Maxine, is retired from Eastern Oregon University where she worked in student records. Dean “Doc” Metter Dean “Doc” Metter was the first person at the University of Idaho to receive a doctorate in zoology. After earning his degree, he joined the biology faculty at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he taught zoology, comparative anatomy, evolution and herpetology, the study of amphibians and reptiles. A believer in putting knowledge to the test in the field, Metter was a co-founder of the Bobby Witcher Society and helped create a scholarship named after the colorful herpetologist renowned for his carefree handling of venomous snakes. After Metter’s death in 2001, the society renamed the scholarship the Dean E. Metter Memorial Award. In honor of his work, he has a subspecies of reptile named after him. – 19 – – 20 – G r a d uat e D e g r e e s C a n d i d at e s for Degrees and D e g r e e s P r e v i o u s ly A wa r d e d C ollege of G raduate S tudies D’Lisa Danielle Penney-Pinkham, Lapwai Education. Dissertation: “Niimíipuu Culturally Responsive Framed Pedagogies: A Study Guided by Indigenous Research Theories. Kíiye pecepelíhniku’ wapáyat’as mamáy’asna hipewc’éeyu’ cúukwenin’ (We Will All Work to Help the Children Become Knowledgeable.)” Major Professor: Georgia Johnson Education. Dissertation: “‘Iceyéeyee Comes To School: Niimíipuu Cultural Competence and Use of Traditional Niimíipuu ‘Iceyéeyee Stories to Construct Indigenous Knowledge with Classroom Teachers for Our Children.” Major Professor: Georgia Johnson Education. Dissertation: “Physical Activity Programs for Middle School Girls.” Major Professor: Grace Goc Karp Established in 1925. Jie Chen, Ph.D., Dean Doctor of Athletic Training Russell Thomas Baker, Riverside, California Athletic Training. Dissertation: “An Examination of the Effects of Mechanical Manual Therapies on Clinician and Patient-Oriented Outcomes Measures: A Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement.” Major Professor: Alan Mark Nasypany Jennifer Valerie Melena, Santa Maria, California Arthur Maxwell Taylor, Lapwai Athletic Training. Dissertation: “An Athletic Trainer’s Patient Outcomes in the First Three Visits when using Manual Therapy Techniques (Positional Release Techniques, Primal Reflex Release and Mulligan Techniques).” Major Professor: Alan Mark Nasypany Athletic Training. Dissertation: “Decreasing Overuse Shoulder Injuries and Improving Patient Outcomes in Athletic Training: A Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement.” Major Professor: Alan Mark Nasypany Athletic Training. Dissertation: “Clinician Effectiveness Utilizing Specific Repeated Movements in the Treatment of Derangements and Dysfunctions as Classified by the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy System: A Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement.” Major Professor: Jeff Seegmiller Athletic Training. Dissertation: “Applied Outcomes Measures in Clinical Athletic Training: A Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement.” Major Professor: Alan Mark Nasypany Julie Suzanne Miller, McKenzie, Tennessee **Lee Ann Wiggin, Lewiston David T. Ruiz, Rancho Mirage, California Doctor of Philosophy Suresh Acharya, Tikathali, Lalitpur, Nepal Animal Physiology. Dissertation: “Role of Reactive Oxygen Species in Growth and Development of Skeletal Muscle.” Major Professor: Rod Hill Computer Science. Dissertation: “Programming Language Support for Virtual Environments.” Major Professor: Jeffery Clint Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Dissertation: “A Hybrid SatelliteGround Measurement Method for Generating Snow Covered Area Depletion Maps for Snowmelt Runoff Modeling and Application to Historical, Current Climate Change Scenarios.” Major Professor: Russell J. Qualls Geology. Dissertation: “Application of EBSD to Analytical Challenges of Asbestiform Minerals.” Major Professor: Mickey E. Gunter Mechanical Engineering, Dissertation: “Dislocation-Based Modeling of Creep Deformation and fracture in modified 9Cr-1Mo steels.” Major Professor: Gabriel Potirniche Natural Resources. Dissertation: “The Experience of Landscape: Mental Health Benefits of Lakeshore Settings.” Major Professor: Troy E. Hall Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Quantifying Controls on Soil Respiration in Mixed-Conifer and Pinon-Juniper Ecosystems.” Major Professor: John D. Marshall Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Dissertation: “Analysis of the Gliding Machinery in the Green Alga, Chlamydomonas reinhardt II.” Major Professor: Doug G. Cole Geology. Dissertation: “Improved Baseflow Forecasting.” Major Professor: Gary S. Johnson Natural Resources. Dissertation: “The Influence of Cultural Worldview and Networks of Relationships on Implementation of Conservation Practices in Whitman County, WA.” Major Professor: Nick Sanyal Computer Science. Dissertation: “Framework for Evaluating Information Flow Security in Multicore Processors.” Major Professor: Paul W. Oman Education. Dissertation: “Experiences and Perceptions of Gifted Middle School Students, Parents and Principals.” Major Professor: Michael J. Johnson History. Dissertation: “We are Reforming Democrats: Gilbert Vale, Thomas Paine, and Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Reform.” Major Professor: Sean M. Quinlan Education. Dissertation: “Where Assessment and Data Based Decision Making Collide; Chief Academic Officers Perceptions of Assessment Data in Operational Decision Making.” Major Professor: Georgia Johnson Wendy Wheeler Dietrich, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania **Jafar Mohammad Ahmad Al-Gharaibeh, Ajloun, Jordan Ayodeji Bola Arogundade, Ekiti State, Nigeria Doctor of Education David Michael Aiken, Lewiston Education. Dissertation: “A Superintendent in Cultural Transition.” Major Professor: Donald K. Wattam Education. Dissertation: “Candidate Mentor-Supervisor Model: An Exploratory Case Study.” Major Professor: Donald K. Wattam Education. Dissertation: “Diversity Learning across the Curriculum: Student and Faculty Perspectives.” Major Professor: Georgia Johnson Education. Dissertation: “The Native American Persistence in Higher Education: A Journey through Story to Identify the Family Support to Native American Graduates.” Major Professor: Georgia Johnson Education. Dissertation: “What do Superintendents Perceive as Important when Hiring Special Education Administrators?” Major Professor: Donald K. Wattam Education. Dissertation: “The Quest for Continuous Improvement: A Qualitative Study on Diffusion of Outcomes Assessment among Career and Technical Education Faculty Members at Rocky Mountain States Community Colleges.” Major Professor: Kathryn Marie Canfield-Davis Bryan Bandli, Duluth, Minnesota Mehdi Basirat, Shiraz, Iran Kristine Michele Allen, Spokane, Washington Jane H. Baillargeon, Pueblo West, Colorado Yolanda J. Bisbee, Moscow *Andrew Garth Bentley, Newfield, New York *Erin Michelle Berryman, Edmond, Oklahoma Jamie Lynn Chaffin, Coeur d’Alene **Ewelina Betleja, Jaslo, Poland **Michele Ann McFarlane, Twin Falls Kevin Glenn Boggs, Boise Jennifer Alice Boie, Troy Cynthia Kay Orr, Coeur d’Alene Education. Dissertation: “The Retention of Teachers in Rural Idaho: An Action Research Study in the Longevity of Central Elementary Teachers.” Major Professor: Donald K. Wattam Education. Dissertation: “A Portrait of Adult Education in Nauvoo, Illinois, 1839-46, Relative to Pratt’s Five Perspectives.” Major Professor: John G. Cannon Paul E. Pack, Ammon *Ryan Anton Bradetich, Pullman, Washington Susan H. Buescher, McCall **Kenneth Wayne Burchell, Coeur d’Alene Degrees Conferred Earlier *August 3, 2012 **December 14, 2012 The appearance of a name in this program is presumptive evidence of graduation and graduation honors; it must not in any sense be regarded as conclusive. The academic transcript, signed and sealed by the proper university officers, remains the official testimony of the possession of the degree. Daniel R. L. Campbell, Pullman, Washington – 21 – *Albert Henry Carlson, Chicago, Illinois Computer Science. Dissertation: “Set Theoretic Estimation Applied to the Information Content of Ciphers and Decyrption.” Major Professor: Bob Hiromoto Nuclear Engineering. Dissertation: “Temperature and Burnup Correlated Fuel-Cladding Chemical Interaction in U-10ZR Metallic Fuel.” Major Professor: Fred S. Gunnerson Eric Thomas Eschen, Boise Education. Dissertation: “A Comparison of Two Alternative Programs for High School Students Facing Expulsion: Online Learning vs. Learning with Peers.” Major Professor: Kathryn Marie Canfield-Davis Education. Dissertation: “A Study of Gifted Male Students: Perceptions of K-12 Learning Experiences.” Major Professor: Russell Alex Joki Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Dissertation: “Mas Transit: A GTPase and Kinase Membrane Protein Complex Regulate Gliding in Myxococcus xanthus.” Major Professor: Patricia L. Hartzell Mathematics. Dissertation: “Pre-Service Teachers’ Conceptions of Literal Symbols.” Major Professor: Bob Ely Water Resources. Dissertation: “Seasonal Net Ecosystem Exchange in the Coniferous Forests of Upper Mica Creek Watershed.” Major Professor: Russell J. Qualls Food Science. Dissertation: “Ultrasound-assisted Extraction of Red Raspberry Anthocyanins and Mustard Meal Thiocyanate for Food Applications.” Major Professor: Caleb Nindo Education. Dissertation: “Comparing the Principle-Based SBH Maieutic Method to Traditional Case Study Methods of Teaching Media Ethics.” Major Professor: Sharon K. Stoll Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Environmental Risk Assessment for Habitats of the Egyptian Northwestern Coastal Desert.” Major Professor: Paul E. Gessler Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Dissertation: “Effects of Selective and Non-Selective Nsaids On Initiation, Progression and Antibiotic Efficacy of Experimental Group A Streptococcal Myonecrosis.” Major Professor: Amy Evelyn Bryant Education. Dissertation: “A Case Study of Image, Imagery, and Imagination: The Influence of Nonverbal Learning Activities on the Written Language Expression of Fourth Graders.” Major Professor: Emily Duvall Chemistry. Dissertation: “Dissolution and Extraction Studies of Lanthanides in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids and Supercritical Fluid Carbon Dioxide with Preliminary Determination of Radiolytic Stability.” Major Professor: Chien M. Wai Education. Dissertation: “Examining the Sixth Tool: An Analysis of Baseball Specific Character.” Major Professor: Sharon K. Stoll Physics. Dissertation: “Osteoconductive Properties of Metal/Metal Alloy Coated Silicon Dioxide Nanosprings.” Major Professor: David N. McIlroy Education. Dissertation: “Literate Enough to Succeed: the Case of Arab Engineering Graduate Students.” Major Professor: Emily Duvall Computer Science. Dissertation: “Efficient Detection of Compromised Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks.” Major Professor: James Alves-Foss Food Science. Dissertation: “Elucidation of Molecular Reaction Patterns on Modified Starch Chains as Impacted by Granule Architecture.” Major Professor: Kerry C. Huber Animal Physiology. Dissertation: “Characterization and Regulation of the Bacterial Communities, Oligosaccharides, Lipids, and Inflammatory Markers in Human Milk.” Major Professor: Mark A. McGuire Physics. Dissertation: “Advanced Optical Alloys: Thin Films and Phonon Properties.” Major Professor: Leah Bergman Entomology. Dissertation: “The Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus Rhopalosiphum padi Pathosystem: An Examination of Host Plant-Virus-Vector Interactions.” Major Professor: Nilsa A. Bosque-Perez Education. Dissertation: “Simulation Enhancement of Clinical Reasoning Skills in Undergraduate Nursing Programs: Faculty Perspectives.” Major Professor: Russell Alex Joki *William Jonathan Carmack, Idaho Falls **Evin Langley Fox, Twin Falls **Michele Brown Carney, Eagle **Sarah Anne Fremgen, Carrollton, Texas Education. Dissertation: “The Relationship between Teacher and School Variables and Mathematics Instructional Practices.” Major Professor: Penny Lee Tenuto Education. Dissertation: “Developing Presence in Online Undergraduate Courses.” Major Professor: Kathryn Marie Canfield-Davis Physics. Dissertation: “Conductivity Changes in ZnO and MgZnO Nanoparticle Films Annealed in Hydrogen Ambient.” Major Professor: Christine A. Berven Rae Lynn Casey, Boise *Jodi Lynn Frost, Roseburg, Oregon **Sirisha Chava, Khammam, India Yohannes G/Eyesus Getahun, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Shiao-Wei Chu, Taichung, Taiwan Amir Golmohamadi, Tehran, Iran Education. Dissertation: “A New Paradigm in ESL Teaching and Learning Environments: Online Professional Development for Taiwanese ESL Instructors.” Major Professor: Emily Duvall Education. Dissertation: “Vandalized: Educational Opportunity, Inclusion, and Academic Outsiders at the University of Idaho.” Major Professor: Georgia Johnson Electrical Engineering, Dissertation: “Multi-Context Dynamically Reconfigurable Block Floating Point Processing Elements in Xilinx Virtex FPGA Platforms.” Major Professor: Gregory Wood Donohoe Mechanical Engineering. Dissertation: “Particle Image Velocimetry Measurements in a Representative Gas-Cooled Prismatic Reactor Core Model for the Estimation of Bypass Flow.” Major Professor: Ralph S. Budwig Education. Dissertation: “Playground Safety Inspector Certification: Impact on Injury Reduction in Municipal Playgrounds in California.” Major Professor: Damon Burton Education. Dissertation: “Artists Seek Audience for Role Play, MW4MW (Moscow): An Arts-based Case Study of Group Creativity in a Devised Theater Process.” Major Professor: Emily Duvall Chemistry. Dissertation: “Manipulation of Optical Properties of Lead Sulfide Quantum Dots and their Attachment to Carbon Nanotubes.” Major Professor: Chien M. Wai Scott Gustave Clyde, Moscow **Thomas Arthur Grant, Tonasket, Washington **Guillermo Conde Guerra, Velez-Malaga, Spain **Marwa Waseem Abd El W Halmy, Alexandria, Egypt **Thomas Edward Conder, Idaho Falls *Stephanie Marie Hamilton, Boise *Dwight L. Curtis, Moscow Monica Rose Hansen, Richland, Washington Mindy Kaye Curtis, Riverton, Utah Brian Keith Harris, Idaho Falls *Anirban Das, New Delhi, India Seth Trevor Haselhuhn, Forsyth, Montana **Jamie Lynn Hass, Pinehurst Maaike Theil Davidson, Idaho Falls Education. Dissertation: “Use of Elements of Theater as Teaching Strategies to Increase Preservice Teacher Self-efficacy and Proficiency in the Art, Science, and Business of Teaching.” Major Professor: Linda Taylor Education. Dissertation: “Follow Your Bliss: Examining Attitudes, Enjoyment, Flow, and Physical Activity Levels in Pre-Service Teachers Utilizing the Bliss Model Compared to Traditional Dance Instruction.” Major Professor: Philip Scruggs Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Population Structure of Greater SageGrouse in Northeastern California: Implications for Conservation in a Declining Peripheral Population.” Major Professor: Kerry Paul Reese Natural Resources. Dissertation: “The Effectiveness of Public Participation in Developing and Implementing Tourism Plans for Two Peruvian Protected Areas.” Major Professor: Troy E. Hall Computer Science. Dissertation: “Intelligent Behavior for Self-Organizing Robotic Swarms.” Major Professor: Milos Slobodan Manic History. Dissertation: “Martha Gellhorn: A Mosaic of Myth, Motif, and Remembrance.” Major Professor: Pingchao Zhu Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Needs of Dynamic Reactive Compensation at Rectifier End of LCC HVDC Link Connected to Weak AC System.” Major Professor: Brian K. Johnson Political Science. Dissertation: “Comparative Levels of Violence in Transition of Authoritarian Regimes toward Democracy in Libya and Egypt.” Major Professor: Nick Jorgensen Christa Ann Davis, Moscow Katherine Marie Hellmann, Lewiston **Cheryl Veronica Hinds, Virginia Beach, Virginia Jung Sun Hong, Gyeonggi-Do, South Korea **Dawn Marie Davis, Sparks, Nevada *Herlinda Alicia De La Cruz Abarca, Lima, Peru *Katherine Mary Hunt, Moscow Kurt Warren Derr, Idaho Falls **Jesse Brian Huso, Hardin, Montana *Angelia Hardy Dorman, Moses Lake, Washington Abosalah El Mehdi Als El Mehdi, Tripoli, Libya Laura Lynn Ingwell, Seymour, Wisconsin **Kathleen Rae Jaeger, Great Falls, Montana Ali Musbah Elwahishi, Al Jamil, Libya – 22 – Tushar Jain, Jodhpur, India Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Dissertation: “Ethanol from Lignocellulosic Biomass Using Cell Encapsulation.” Major Professor: Jon H. Van Gerpen Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Spatial Approaches to Understanding Current and Future Landscape Development Patterns and Environmental Impacts in a Northern Minnesota Lake District.” Major Professor: Lee A. Vierling Dina Stevan Mijacevic, Belgrade, Serbia **Melanie Hinzpeter Johnson, Grand Forks, North Dakota Education. Dissertation: “Where Mind Meets Body “It’s Not Just a Workout”: A Phenomenological Analysis of Sport Experience, Human Movement, Play, Exercise, and Body/Self Wholism through Storytelling.” Major Professor: Sharon K. Stoll Education. Dissertation: “A Case Study of Career Emergency Medical Technicians: Factors that Influenced their Decision to Stay.” Major Professor: Penny Lee Tenuto Education. Dissertation: “Choosing and Using Images in Environmental Science Education.” Major Professor: Anne L. Kern Physics. Dissertation: “Investigation of Van Der Waals Interactions of CO and H2O at the Surfaces of Pristine Gallium Nitride Nanowires and Gold Decorated Gallium Nitride Nanowires.” Major Professor: David N. McIlroy Education. Dissertation: “Social Justice Leadership in Rural Northwest: A Human Rights Task Force Response to Neo-Nazis.” Major Professor: Laura B. Holyoke Education. Dissertation: “How Organizational Culture as Perceived by Senior Administrators Influences the Adoption of Information Technology Systems in Two 4-Year Public Universities.” Major Professor: Michael J. Johnson Nuclear Engineering. Dissertation: “Integral Scaling Methodology for Integral and Separate Effect Tests.” Major Professor: Akira T. Tokuhiro Natural Resources. Dissertation: “The Geographic and Ecological Patterns of Genetic Variation of the Abies grandis-Abies concolor Complex.” Major Professor: Cort L. Anderson Civil Engineering. Dissertation: “Identifying Indicators and Guides for Sustainability of Pool-Riffle Sequences in Gravel Bed Rivers.” Major Professor: Peter Goodwin Denine Verlee Moyer Miller, Gooding **Manasi Krishnalal Kanuga, West Bengal, India Janel Marie Kerr, Caldwell Biology. Dissertation: “Sperm Subpopulations in Steelhead, Oncorhynchus mykiss.” Major Professor: Joseph G. Cloud Education. Dissertation: “Examining Teacher Mental Models for the Implementation of a STEM-Focused Curriculum Paradigm in Engineering and Technology Education.” Major Professor: James A. Gregson Plant Science. Dissertation: “Modeling Wind Dispersal of Rush Skeletonweed (Chondrilla juncea L.) in the Canyon Grasslands of Central Idaho.” Major Professor: Bahman Shafii Education. Dissertation: “Examining the Mediating Role of Motivational Climate on the Relationship Between Coaches’ Leadership Variables and Athletes’ Psychosocial Outcomes.” Major Professor: Damon Burton Computer Science. Dissertation: “An ACL2 Approach to Verify C Integer Type Safety: A Formalism of C’s Static Typing Semantics and a Prototype Integer Type Safety Verification Tool.” Major Professor: James Alves-Foss Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Exploring Softwoods Fiber Formation Process in Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) In-Vitro Model System Using Proteomics Approach.” Major Professor: Armando G. McDonald Education. Dissertation: “Characteristics of Principals Whom Teachers Perceive to Have Influenced Their Efficacy in Classroom Practices.” Major Professor: Kathryn Marie Canfield-Davis Chemistry. Dissertation: “Actinide and Lanthanide Species in Ionic Liquid and in Supercritical CO2: Dissolution, Coordination, and Separation.” Major Professor: Chien M. Wai Computer Science. Dissertation: “Improved Uncertainty Modeling and Handling Using Type-2 Fuzzy Logic.” Major Professor: Milos Slobodan Manic Education. Dissertation: “Teacher Observations and Teacher Decision Making in Early Childhood Emergent Curriculum.” Major Professor: Emily Duvall Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Optimization of Diagnostic Assays and Enhancement of Vaccine Efficacy for Flavobacterium psychrophilum.” Major Professor: Kenneth D. Cain Education. Dissertation: “Factors Affecting Self Esteem and Self Efficacy in the Unemployed.” Major Professor: John G. Cannon Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Fast Branch Current Control of Mesh Connected DC Grids Using Supplemental Converter Terminal Controls.” Major Professor: Brian K. Johnson Physics. Dissertation: “Finite-cutoff Renormalization of the Chiral NucleonNucleon Interaction.” Major Professor: Ruprecht Machleidt Education. Dissertation: “A Mental Toughness Development Intervention in Collegiate Ice Hockey: Examining a Working Model.” Major Professor: Damon Burton Geology. Dissertation: “Characterization of Minerals: From the Classroom to Soils to Talc Deposits.” Major Professor: Mickey E. Gunter Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Mapping and Detecting Bark Beetle-caused Tree Mortality in the Western United States.” Major Professor: Jeff Hicke Education. Dissertation: “Becoming an Expert Strategic Thinker: The Learning Journey of Christian Ministers.” Major Professor: Michael S. Kroth Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “High Speed, Energy Efficient Data Converters for Ultra Wideband Communication Systems.” Major Professor: Suat Utku Ay *Debbie Renee Muthersbaugh, College Place, Washington **Ishwar Babu Niraula, Solukhumbu District, Nepal **Sandya Rani Kesoju, Hyderabad, India Julia Nkatha Nkanata, Meru, Kenya Jennifer Lynne Knight, Copley, Ohio **David Edward O’Neill, Eagle Kevin Arnold Krause, Moscow Olumuyiwa Ayodeji Omotowa, Abuja, Nigeria Todd Mitchell Ott, Troy **Jowita Anna Laniak, Piaski, Poland *Nancy Jean Larsen, Coeur d’Alene Sharon Elke Parkinson, Boise **Yu-Jung Liao, Changhua County, Taiwan Donald Alex Patthoff, Martinsburg, West Virginia Geology. Dissertation: “Tectonic History of the South Polar Terrain of Saturn’s Moon, Enceladus and Evidence for a Global Ocean.” Major Professor: Simon Allen Kattenhorn Education. Dissertation: “Exemplary Educational Programs in Norwegian Prisons: A Case Study of Norwegian Educators’ Attitudes and Humanitarian Practices.” Major Professor: Martha Yopp Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Evaluation of Models and the Factors Affecting the Migration and Growth of Naturally-Produced Subyearling Fall Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the Lower Snake River.” Major Professor: Christine Marie Moffitt Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Carbon Cycling and Storage in Mountainous Terrain with Varied Disturbance and Forest Management.” Major Professor: John D. Marshall Mechanical Engineering. Dissertation: “Computational Prediction of Dust Production in Graphite Moderated Pebble Bed Reactors.” Major Professor: Akira T. Tokuhiro Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. Dissertation: “Spatial Structure and Adaptive Evolution in Bacteriophages.” Major Professor: S. M. Krone Education. Dissertation: “Successful Transition Planning for Incoming School Superintendents: A Qualitative Study of Best Practices and Strategies.” Major Professor: Donald K. Wattam Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Dissertation: “Functions of Neutrophils during Respiratory Coronavirus Infection of Rats.” Major Professor: Tanya A. Miura Geology. Dissertation: “Characterization of Soil Amphiboles: Comparing and Contrasting the Mineralogical and Regulatory Definitions of Asbestos.” Major Professor: Mickey E. Gunter Education. Dissertation: “Transforming the Dysfunctional Academic Department: Dialoguing the Disabling Past, Collaborating Positively for the Future.” Major Professor: Donald K. Wattam Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Tuning the Resonant Frequency of a Composite Piezoelectric Transducer with a Variable Impedance Load.” Major Professor: David P. Egolf *Ondrej Linda, Prague, Czech Republic Carol Keogh Lindsay, Coeur d’Alene Amy Long, Pembroke Pines, Florida *Michelle Denise Pettit, Scottsdale, Arizona **John Matthew Plumb, Husum, Washington *Elizabeth Marie Powers, Minnetonka, Minnesota Luther Montgomery Maddy, Nampa Babak Malek, Tehran, Iran Maziar Rostamian, Babol, Iran Pavitra Roychoudhury, Bangalore, India Ehab Amjad Marji, Irbid, Jordan **Randal Lee Russell, Spokane, Washington *Tyler James Masters, Calgary, Alberta, Canada *Joanna Rzepka, Sanok, Poland Brittani Dawn McNamee, El Paso, Texas *Arjan Johan Herman Meddens, Haelen, Netherlands **Matthew Spencer Sanchez, Provo, Utah Judith Jill Mellon, Twin Falls Mark Emil Sanders, Nacogdoches, Texas **Ali Mesgarani, Mashhad, Iran Michael John Santora, Spokane, Washington – 23 – Gerald Sehlke, Idaho Falls Water Resources. Dissertation: “A Conceptual Framework for Developing and Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management Programs in the United States.” Major Professor: John C. Tracy Materials Science and Engineering. Dissertation: “Creep Formation, Failure Analysis, Heat Treatment, and Residual Stress Management of Monolithic and Welded Grade 91 Steel for Power Plant Components.” Major Professor: Indrajit Charit Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Identification, Characterization and Survival of Microbial Isolates Collected from Mars-Bound Spacecraft and Identification of a Selenite Reduction Pathway in a Dechloromonas Isolate.” Major Professor: Daniel G. Strawn Education. Dissertation: “The Implementation of Pay for Performance in Idaho Schools: A Case Study of Administrator and Teacher Perspectives.” Major Professor: Penny Lee Tenuto Education. Dissertation: “Community Engaged Service-Learning: The Effect on University Students and Community Partners.” Major Professor: Sharon K. Stoll Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Comparing Point of Use Power Quality to System Level Power Quality in a Shipboard MVDC Distribution System.” Major Professor: Brian K. Johnson Education. Dissertation: “Discovering Shared Experiences of Second Generation Community College Employees: A Grounded Theory Study.” Major Professor: Kathryn Marie Canfield-Davis Physics. Dissertation: “Photocurrent Enhancement by Surface Plasmon Resonance of Gold Nanoparticles in Single Gallium Nitride Nanowires.” Major Professor: David N. McIlroy Education. Dissertation: “The Effects of Injury Prevention Programs on Balance and Landing Biomechanics.” Major Professor: Jeff Seegmiller Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Dispersal Ecology of Greater Sage-Grouse in Northwestern Colorado: Evidence from Demographic and Genetic Methods.” Major Professor: Kerry Paul Reese Animal Physiology. Dissertation: “Physiology of Growth and Metabolism of Skeletal Muscle in Beef Cattle.” Major Professor: Gordon Murdoch Shalae Clarice Warner, Whitefish, Montana History. Dissertation: “Gender and the Cultural Impact of War in Weimer, Germany: Moral Degeneration and Regeneration.” Major Professor: Sean M. Quinlan Chemistry. Dissertation: “A Photochemical Route to Metal Chalcogenide Nanomaterials.” Major Professor: Thomas E. Bitterwolf Education. Dissertation: “Due Process Downfalls: Case Study Analysis of the State of Idaho from 2004 to 2012.” Major Professor: Matthew Wappett Nuclear Engineering. Dissertation: “Analysis and Fabrication of Tungsten Cermet Materials for Ultra-High Temperature Reactor Applications via Pulsed Electric Current Sintering.” Major Professor: Indrajit Charit Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Testing a Physiological Model of Forest Growth with Stable Isotopes, Physiology Measurements, and Forest Mensuration Data.” Major Professor: John D. Marshall Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Colonization of Steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) after Barrier Removal in a Tributary to the Methow River, Washington.” Major Professor: Madison Stuart Powell Education. Dissertation: “Engineering Outcomes of Grades 10-12 Using Different Pre-Engineering Curriculums: A Case Study.” Major Professor: Raymond Dixon Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. Dissertation: “Estimating the Number and Distribution of Beneficial Mutations for Models of Adaptive Evolution.” Major Professor: Paul Joyce Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Modern Approaches for Detecting Subsynchronous Resonance in Power Systems.” Major Professor: Brian K. Johnson Chemistry. Dissertation: “Electrochemical Studies of Graphene-like Materials Synthesized by the Thermolyzed Asphalt Reaction.” Major Professor: Frank Chang Physics. Dissertation: “Computational Studies of Molecular Interactions.” Major Professor: Frederick M. Ytreberg Plant Science. Dissertation: “Quantitative Trait Locus Mapping of Agronomic, Physiological, and End-use Quality Traits of Common Wheat (T.aestivum).” Major Professor: Jianli Chen Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Dissertation: “A Tale of Two Co-chaperones: Identifying the Function of the HSp90 Co-chaperones Cpr6 and Cpr7.” Major Professor: Jill L. Johnson Triratna Shrestha, Bhadrapur, Nepal Peter C. Temple Warwick, Harvard Marni J. Wattam, Coeur d’Alene Stephanie Anne Smith, Potlatch *Jonathan Webb, Felts Mills, New York Shelly Ann Staniec, Caldwell Liang Wei, Deyang, People’s Republic of China *Susan Steele, Moscow Dana Elizabeth Weigel, Stites **John Philip Stubban, Eagle Cheryl Wilhelmsen, Idaho Falls **Eric James Studebaker, Twin Falls *Andrzej Jan Wojtowicz, Lublin, Poland *Jency Pricilla Sundararajan, Tamil Nadu, India Yu Xia, Luotian, People’s Republic of China **Joel David Tenbrink, Hayden Yuqun Xie, Xin Jang, People’s Republic of China *Thomas Robert Thompson, Salem, Missouri Yingqian Zhan, Wuhan, People’s Republic of China Junli Zhang, Hebi, People’s Republic of China Kara Jean Thornton, Nampa Wade Travis Tinkham, Spokane, Washington Natural Resources. Dissertation: “Improved Assessments of Ecosystem Services through Active-remote Sensing: Quantification of Timber and Snow Resources.” Major Professor: Alistair Smith Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Land Use, Hydrological Processes and Ecosystem Services in the Upper Reventazon Watershed, Costa Rica.” Major Professor: Jan Boll Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Tunable Ferroelectric Metamaterial Phase Shifter Embedded in Low Temperature Cofired Ceramics.” Major Professor: Aicha Elshabini Mathematics. Dissertation: “Non-defective Secant Varieties of Varieties of Completely Decomposable Forms.” Major Professor: Hirotachi Abo Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: “Gain-Enhancement Differential Amplifier Using Positive Feedback.” Major Professor: Herbert L. Hess Civil Engineering. Dissertation: “Extremal Hypotheses as a Functional Tool for Assessment of Stream Equilibrium.” Major Professor: Peter Goodwin Environmental Science. Dissertation: “Distribution and Abundance of Bur Chervil, Anthriscus caucalis, within the Snake River Canyon Grassland Ecosystem.” Major Professor: Timothy Shawn Prather Mathematics. Dissertation: “On Waring’s Problem for Systems of SkewedSymmetric Forms.” Major Professor: Hirotachi Abo Animal Physiology. Dissertation: “Characterization, Stability, Cellular Uptake and Intracellular Trafficking of Peptide Gold Nanostructures in Mammalian Cells.” Major Professor: Rod Hill Abbey Dyanne Zuehlke, Pentwater, Michigan *Ryan C. Toohey, Greensburg, Pennsylvania Hossam Sabry Tork, Cairo, Egypt Education Specialist in Adult/ Organizational Learning and Leadership **Sallie Melinda Tomie Gowdy-Burke, Pullman, Washington **James Alan Lang, Meridian **Tchakubuta Mulezi Muzuri, Boise *Angela Sue Neal, Boise *Ildiko Iohom Roth, Spokane, Washington **Lisa Michele Young, Lewiston Douglas Andrew Torrance, Columbus, Ohio **Phuoc Thong Tran, Boise Andrew Wendell Tranmer, Napa, California John Morgan Wallace, Coudersport, Pennsylvania Education Specialist in Educational Leadership *Janelle Adrienne Baker, Rathdrum Christy Ann Bowman, Twin Falls Dominic Eloy De La Paz, Nampa *Dawnetta Lee Earnest, Meridian Heather Ann Fisher, Meridian *Christian Jeremy Housel, Eagle Kristin D. Hughes, Nampa Jia Wan, Xi’an, People’s Republic of China *Guankui Wang, Beijing, People’s Republic of China – 24 – Ty Elton Jones, Jerome *Tobey Elizabeth Jossis, Meridian Veneice S. Lacy, Lapwai *Jeffrey Charles Lamping, Star Landon Kent Marlor, Jerome *William B. McFall, McArthur, Ohio Kristin Nicole Montgomery, Walla Walla, Washington Tracylynn Jean Newell, Boise *Matthew Evan Phillips, Hailey Anthony Joseph Quilici, Boise Tina Marie Standlee, Jerome *Lori A. Steiniker, Payette Tyler Telford, Dayton **Nathanael Chester Tessmer, Rogers, Minnesota Christa M. Tlucek, Meridian Christine Mei Li Tsou, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada David Earl Webster, Rigby Kelly Ann Purdy, Chiloquin, Oregon Laura Anne Ray, Post Falls *Sara Cassidy Rearick, Eagle River, Alaska Stefan Karl Richardson, Renton, Washington Jared D. Rucks, Idaho Falls Sonam Sherpa, Kathmandu, Nepal *Kallie Tjernagel, Farmington, Minnesota Travis D. Wheeler, Menan *Leland MacLen Wright, Lewiston Yihong You, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Yue Zhang, Harbin, People’s Republic of China **Beini Zhao, Xi’an, People’s Republic of China Master of Architecture Derrick Benedict Allen, Jerome Megan Marie Bedke, Idaho Falls Robert William Beusan, Coeur d’Alene Sarah Marie Brackett, Wendell Molly Kate Culbertson, Milton-Freewater, Oregon Bradley David Dunbar, Boise Matthew Lane Edwards, Chehalis, Washington Chaitali Sudhir Gandhi, Mumbai, India **Laura N. Graden, Moscow Donald Zachary Gray, McCall Collin Clair Hill, Pocatello Aaron Patrick Hoffman, Salmon *Joel Milton Howes, Boise Luke Joshua Ivers, Potlatch Michael Anthony Joseph, Sandy, Oregon Caralina Teal Julian, Fallon, Nevada Richard Michael Kennedy, Juneau, Alaska Farshad Khalighinejad, Isfahan, Iran Travis John Killmer, Hayden *Alex M. Kuzmenko, Nampa Andrew James Lauda, Buhl Colin James McCabe, Westport, Connecticut Jennifer Nichole Mueller, Beaverton, Oregon Doran Oliver Myrie, Montego Bay, Jamaica *Eric Cameron Newton, Boise Nicholas Charles Oelrich, Boise Amanda Lynn Ryan, Carson City, Nevada Jacob Michael Salinas, Meridian *Andrea Brooke Smith, Idaho Falls Elizabeth Ellen Stonecypher, McKenna, Washington Beau Douglas Tanner, Chewelah, Washington Daniel J. Temple, Post Falls Ryan Joel Toews, Coeur d’Alene **Alonso Torres, Rupert *Justin Thomas Traw, Coeur d’Alene *Marco Antonio Urieta-Leon, Madras, Oregon Andres Vasquez, Homedale Education Specialist in School Psychology Bethany Sue Colaprete, Burley Jill Thompson Edmundson, Sandpoint Machalla Marie Frisch, Stanwood, Washington Matthew Ted Macy, Grangeville **Jennifer Leigh O’Brien, Moscow Cory Allan Perrin, Charlottesville, Virginia Jill Claudine Smith, Hayden Stefanie Lee Wilson, Star Master of Accountancy Mohammed M. Reda Al Khashi, Damascus, Syria Timothy Lee Bradford, Roseville, California Jacob Ronald Carber, Athol Tingting Chen, Chongqing, People’s Republic of China **Tyson Dabell, Rigby Scott Richard Dayhuff, Spring, Texas Hettihewage Shanaka Ruwan DeSilva, Meridian **Kristina Graves, Athol Marcus William Hilbert, Coeur d’Alene Ryan James Hutten, Idaho Falls *Barbara Ann Hyndman, Roberts James Robert Jones, Moscow Nai-Wen Ko, Taipei City, Taiwan Yijing Li, Xi’an, People’s Republic of China Robert Tomer Lindsay, Moscow Xi Lu, Moscow **Jessica Noel Lucas, Moscow *Nathan Crawford Maravilla, Moscow Andrew Patrick Michaelis, Helena, Montana *Katie M. Nord, Spokane, Washington Kristin Carmack O’Connor, Sutter, California Ryan Wayne Paluso, Lewiston Si Jia Pang, Singapore, Singapore – 25 – Nan Wang, Qingdao, People’s Republic of China **Nickolas Evan Watkins, Kodiak, Alaska *Katherine Jean Wood Varela, Hazleton James Knobbs, Richland, Washington Anthropology Alexandra Caitlyn Lee-Painter, Moscow English Master of Arts Johanna Heloise Abtahi, Santa Clarita, California English Laura Leigh Longstaff, Moscow Anthropology William Alan Malgren, Moscow English Malik Dawood Salman Al-Masoodi, Baghdad, Iraq Teaching English as a Second Language *Adrian Joseph Martin, La Verne, California Teaching English as a Second Language Sean Connor Arbiter, Moscow Political Science **Julie Lee Mathers, Washington, District of Columbia English Laurie Renae Bailar, Twin Falls English **Katie Lyn McBain, Walla Walla, Washington Anthropology Jemima Bauer, Moscow Music *Miranda Kay Million, Laramie, Wyoming English Robert Christopher Bowe, Helena, Montana History Kiley Elizabeth Molinari, Meriden, Connecticut Anthropology **Tiffany Kienle Brunson, Moscow Anthropology Brian R. Schneider, Staunton, Virginia Anthropology *Ariana L. Burns, Coeur d’Alene Anthropology **Tracy Ellen Schwartz, Elk River Anthropology Michael James Christensen, Tucson, Arizona History **Alton Lee Smith, New Kent, Virginia History *Jeanne A. Clothiaux, Moscow Philosophy Angel Kay Sobotta, Lapwai Interdisciplinary Studies Lester Emmett Connors, Caldwell Political Science **Xin Song, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Teaching English as a Second Language Joseph Corey Dennis, Carlin, Nevada Anthropology **Stephanie Lynn Thomas, Oldtown Teaching English as a Second Language Megan Rebecca Dodd, Idaho Falls English **Susan Elizabeth Thomas, Moscow Philosophy Jenica Sue Draney, Boise Teaching English as a Second Language **Michael Scott Turnlund, Sandpoint History Scott C. Edinborough, Moscow English Seth Wesley Turnlund, Sandpoint Teaching English as a Second Language **Jonathan M. Evans, Kaysville, Utah English Eric Sean Wright, Moscow History **Laura Michelle Garritano, Moscow Teaching English as a Second Language Jordan Elizabeth Wrigley, Moscow Anthropology Chrystal Lynn Graham, Las Vegas, Nevada English Amanda Lynn Graves, Boise Teaching English as a Second Language Master of Arts in Teaching *Genevieve Renee Brown, Riverside, California Mathematics Deborah Lynn Green, Port Orchard, Washington English *Linda Kay Hackelberg, Cheboygan, Michigan Mathematics **Emily Jean Harmon, Boston, Massachusetts Teaching English as a Second Language **Matthew Joseph Klarner, Green Bay, Wisconsin Mathematics Amanda Elizabeth Haruch, Bellmawr, New Jersey English **Jennifer Thonney, Walla Walla, Washington Mathematics *Caitlin Shea Henry, Cheyenne, Wyoming Anthropology Kaila Ann Webb, Lewiston Mathematics Debra Jo Johnson, Moscow Teaching English as a Second Language Debrianne Michele Johnson, Moscow Teaching English as a Second Language Master of Business Administration **John Magnus Abraham, Plummer Nicholas J. Ausman, Pierce Kathleen Lou-Ellyn Bailey, Pullman, Washington Jonathan S. Billing, Moscow Kevin T. Camp, Greenacres, Washington *Zachary Edwin Johnson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Philosophy *Bryce Gregory Kammers, Clarkston, Washington English – 26 – Mellanie J. Camp, Spokane, Washington Shawna Kay-Anne Campbell-Daniels, Worley Christopher Scott Cooney, Pullman, Washington **Gregory Law Larratt, Spokane, Washington Jynelle Yvette Mellen, Clarkston, Washington Stacey Lynn Miller, Sandpoint Shaun Morgen, Newman Lake, Washington Robert Scott Plumb, Spokane Valley, Washington Thomas B. Rickman, Lapwai Edmond John Schuebert, Rigby Margaret Ann SiJohn, Plummer Leonard Earl Walker, Spokane, Washington Michael George Daly, Rathdrum Curriculum and Instruction Douglas Drew Dickerson, Weiser Educational Leadership **Lester C. Easley, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California Physical Education **Jessica Lynne Fendall, Post Falls Curriculum and Instruction *Matthew Edward Foss, Moscow Educational Leadership Dustin Michael Frank, Post Falls Educational Leadership Beatrice Lillian Futch, Greenehaven, Arizona Special Education Master of Education Denis James Adams, Chicago, Illinois Educational Leadership **Allison Rachel Goldberg, Gaithersburg, Maryland Curriculum and Instruction *Kari Ann Granier, Sagle Educational Leadership *Jennifer Nicole Antonietti, Spokane Valley, Washington Curriculum and Instruction **Justin Daniel Gray, Mills, Pennsylvania Curriculum and Instruction *Kara Jan Ardern, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction **Lisa LeAnne Hale, Boise Counseling and Human Services *Rachele Ann Asbury, Mountain Home Curriculum and Instruction Lance Adam Hamma, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction Angela Marie Baker, Coeur d’Alene Curriculum and Instruction *Tonya Ann Hansel, Idaho Falls Curriculum and Instruction **Ryan Patrick Barbieri, Spokane Valley, Washington Physical Education *Evan Savinelli Hecker, Pullman, Washington Educational Leadership Michelle Barrett, Post Falls Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services Liane Lynn Hill, Post Falls Educational Leadership **Colleen Nickol Bevacqua, Rathdrum Curriculum and Instruction *Jody Sullivan Hiltenbrand, Hayden Educational Leadership **Antonio Vincenzo Bonuccelli, Spokane, Washington Educational Leadership Lisa Jo Hoffeld, Post Falls Educational Leadership *Susan Lee Botcharova, Norwich, Connecticut Curriculum and Instruction *Amanda Hansen Holland, Boise Curriculum and Instruction Mary Elizabeth Bower, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction **Sarah Kathryn Holloway, Nampa Educational Leadership Athea Rose Brusin, Melba Educational Leadership *Jason Ryan Huff, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction Jamie Dee Burgan, Nampa Educational Leadership Mellissa Sue Ivy, Sandpoint Curriculum and Instruction Gideon Carl Burrows, Ammon Educational Leadership *Karen Lynn Jackson, Coeur d’Alene Counseling and Human Services Kimberly Marie Burton, Boise Educational Leadership *Mary Lavel Jackson, Clarkston, Washington Curriculum and Instruction Caleb V. Call, Salmon Curriculum and Instruction *Carolyn Lee Jensen, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction Paula Marie Chapman, Buhl Educational Leadership *Terry L. Jess, Coeur d’Alene Curriculum and Instruction Richard R. Clements, Boise Educational Leadership Stuart David Johnson, Pocatello Educational Leadership *Mallory Cook, Dalton Gardens Curriculum and Instruction Elizabeth Henderson Keyes, Moscow Educational Leadership Jeannie Lynn Coulson, Pocatello Educational Leadership **Kelly Aileen Knapp, Boise Curriculum and Instruction *Nicole Marie Crosby, Pendleton, Oregon Curriculum and Instruction *Scott Ray Knopp, Caldwell Educational Leadership *Krista Mardel Curnes, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction **Laura Naomi Kostenblatt, Keene, New Hampshire Curriculum and Instruction – 27 – Katie Croft Lamm, Eagle Educational Leadership Timothy Gerald Rice, Rathdrum Educational Leadership Jesse Jaye Lenz, Coeur d’Alene Educational Leadership *Nancy Ann Ripplinger, Otis Orchards, Washington Curriculum and Instruction *Drew Christopher Lingle, Boise Educational Leadership *Nicole Ann Rollofson, Redmond, Washington Special Education Richard Aaron Lippy, Hayden Educational Leadership *Ann Paula Rosenbaum, Crescent City, California Educational Leadership *Sonia Lee Lloyd, Cataldo Special Education Brooke Renae Roy, Meridian Educational Leadership *Miriam Isabelle Lyngholm, Moscow Curriculum and Instruction *Brett Alan Rutherford, Boise Curriculum and Instruction **Susan Ruth Mahoney, Viola Curriculum and Instruction Mikaela Jo Selbe, Coeur d’Alene Special Education **Jacalyn Whiteman Marosi, Coeur d’Alene Curriculum and Instruction **Teresa Lynn Silveus, Mullan Curriculum and Instruction Michael Martz, Sandpoint Educational Leadership **Benjamin Tyler Simmonds, Nampa Educational Leadership **Scott Anthony McAlpine, Woodinville, Washington Curriculum and Instruction *Dina Carole Sines, Hayden Lake Curriculum and Instruction *Mary Frances McManus, Coeur d’Alene Educational Leadership **Xin Song, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Curriculum and Instruction Andrea Lynn McMillion, Colville, Washington Educational Leadership *Heather Nicole Stanton, Potlatch Educational Leadership **Jonette Marie McQuide, Pullman, Washington Curriculum and Instruction **Nicole Christine Symons, Coeur d’Alene Educational Leadership *LaNita Lee McRae, Blackfoot Educational Leadership *Rachel Anne Taylor, Boise Educational Leadership *Amy Lynn Miller, Lewiston Educational Leadership *Rachelle Lynn Thoren, Nampa Curriculum and Instruction Benjamin Douglas Miller, Homedale Educational Leadership *Shawn Christian Tiegs, Nezperce Curriculum and Instruction **Brooke Elizabeth Miller, Wallace Educational Leadership Jessica Elaine Trimmell, Kuna Educational Leadership **Thomas Joseph O’Brien, Genesee Counseling and Human Services **Adam Clarence Uptmor, Cottonwood Educational Leadership *Jessica Marie Parker, Hamilton, Montana Educational Leadership *Nicasio Roman Usabel, Marsing Curriculum and Instruction **Raymond Troy Partin, Meridian Educational Leadership *Nicholas Nathan Weeks, Boise Counseling and Human Services Charles Robert Patterson, Boise Educational Leadership *Emily Jane Wells, Greenacres, Washington Educational Leadership *Cory Allan Perrin, Charlottesville, Virginia Counseling and Human Services *Nathan Whatcott, Kingston Curriculum and Instruction Tamara Marie Phay, Greenacres, Washington Educational Leadership **Richard B. Willoughby, Coeur d’Alene Curriculum and Instruction Christine Ann Pisani, Boise Special Education Master of Engineering *Azad Salim Abdulhafedh, Boise Civil Engineering **Kirsten L. Pomerantz, Coeur d’Alene Special Education Kory Peter Putman, Twin Falls Curriculum and Instruction Clinton Robert Adams, Coeur d’Alene Engineering Management *Robert Edmond Quant, Coeur d’Alene Curriculum and Instruction Nicholas Eugene Alger, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania Electrical Engineering Robert Wesley Rackstraw, Billings, Montana Curriculum and Instruction *Daniel Josiah Anders, Independence, Missouri Nuclear Engineering *Robert Arthur Ramsay, Coeur d’Alene Educational Leadership **Douglas Clark Ball, Boise Mechanical Engineering John Robert Rhode, Meridian Educational Leadership **Hussain Massoud Mohammed Beleed, Almarj City, Libya Electrical Engineering – 28 – **Clifford James Chapman, Williamstown, West Virginia Electrical Engineering Michael Scott Pack, Idaho Falls Nuclear Engineering **William Platt Crane, Whitehall, Montana Nuclear Engineering **Kysen Grant Boyd Palmer, Union, Oregon Mechanical Engineering Bryon J. Curnutt, Idaho Falls Nuclear Engineering **Vishal Dagadu Patil, Mumbai, India Electrical Engineering **Nikolay Danilov, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Civil Engineering **Robert Allan Rainey, Middleton Engineering Management *Edward S. Dowhanycz, Ammon Engineering Management Mark Daniel Rutherford, Price, Utah Electrical Engineering Leif E. Elgethun, Boise Engineering Management Piyush Sabharwall, Noida, India Engineering Management **Tol Fishburn, Eagle River, Alaska Electrical Engineering Bryan Karl Schmutz, Saratoga Springs, Utah Civil Engineering William Lee Garcia, Roy, Utah Mechanical Engineering John Shearer, Tucson, Arizona Electrical Engineering Douglas Michael Gerstner, Idaho Falls Nuclear Engineering **Paul James Singer, Doylestown, Ohio Environmental Engineering Shawn Kevan Going, Ammon Engineering Management **Hossam Sabry Tork, Cairo, Egypt Engineering Management Kelly Dean Griffiths, Bountiful, Utah Electrical Engineering Lei Tu, Ezhou, People’s Republic of China Nuclear Engineering Dacoda Duane Nathan Hale, Blackfoot Mechanical Engineering **William Alexander Webb, Anchorage, Alaska Civil Engineering *Caitlin Flynn Harker, Port Orchard, Washington Mechanical Engineering Daniel Jacob Winder, Pullman, Washington Electrical Engineering William Casey Harman, Bellingham, Washington Electrical Engineering **Laurie Jan Wrenne, Niceville, Florida Engineering Management **Ruben Herrera, Mount Vernon, Washington Electrical Engineering **John Robert Hiddema, South Haven, Michigan Electrical Engineering Master of Fine Arts Michael Muirhead Benedict, Seattle, Washington Creative Writing Anthony James Kanago, Spokane Valley, Washington Electrical Engineering Denise J. Bennett, Moscow Art Leslie Marie Kerby, Rexburg Nuclear Engineering Kristen Nicole Blanton, Tucson, Arizona Creative Writing Lindsay Joi Kopps, Colorado Springs, Colorado Electrical Engineering *Zachary Adam Curtis, Loveland, Colorado Theatre Arts Michael Hoang Lam, Boise Engineering Management Charles NII Amponsah Dodoo, Accra, Ghana Art **Ryan Leon Logan, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Civil Engineering Sonya Jeanne Dunning, Ellensburg, Washington Creative Writing *Zhenyu Lu, Boise Electrical Engineering Esme Elisabeth Dutcher, Snohomish, Washington Creative Writing **Andrew Michael Lynne, Clinton, Utah Mechanical Engineering Donald Ward Johnson, Williston, North Dakota Art **Jason R. Marenda, Hailey Electrical Engineering Loren Lee Landrus, Coeur d’Alene Creative Writing Brad Howell Martin, Ogden, Utah Mechanical Engineering Nellie Barbara Lutz, Columbia Falls, Montana Art *Michael James Mella, Spanish Fork, Utah Engineering Management Jory Mikael Mickelson, Stevensville, Montana Creative Writing Maged Miloud Mohamed, Benghazi, Libya Civil Engineering Charles Joel Monte, Newport, Washington Theatre Arts Charles Vincent Molthen, New Plymouth Civil Engineering Joseph Francis Montesano, San Francisco, California Creative Writing Patrick Ryan Murphy, Woodinville, Washington Electrical Engineering Kevin Joseph Murphy, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania Creative Writing **Seni O’Neill, Sandy Springs, Georgia Electrical Engineering Boris Pelcer, Greenfield, Wisconsin Art – 29 – Jill Denise Peterson, Grandin, North Dakota Art Laura Marie Pizzo, Fairfield, California Creative Writing **Joyce Elaine Gamez, McCall David Charles Hammer, Moscow *Zachary Edwin Johnson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Valda Jane Lockie, Susanville, California Tyson Grant Miller, Boise Anne Marie Moscrip, New Plymouth **Michael R. Powell, Dripping Springs, Texas **Thomas P. Prewitt, Moscow Drew Reinke, Spokane, Washington **Andrew Paul Reuter, Bloomington, Indiana Brianna Lee Schueller, Grand Marais, Minnesota Jonathan Edward Staldine, Bozeman, Montana **Jason Joseph Wells, Yakima, Washington **Jamaica Ritcher, Moscow Creative Writing Kelly Suzanne Roberts, Boulder, Colorado Creative Writing Alexandra McKinley Schoen, Lloyd Harbor, New York Creative Writing Daniel Jared Sorensen, Orem, Utah Art Cara Nicole Stoddard, Grand Rapids, Michigan Creative Writing J.C. Svec, Clark, New Jersey Theatre Arts Jeremy Lee Thompson, Ashland, Oregon Theatre Arts Master of Public Administration **Jonathan Mark Browning, Coeur d’Alene **Dawn Marie Byers, Lewiston Matthew James Carlson, Boise Tessa Diane Jilot, DePere, Wisconsin *Mark William Mussman, Coeur d’Alene Jessica Lynn Samuels, Ahsahka William Arthur Shields, Oak Harbor, Washington *John Martin Wheaton, Salem, Oregon *Jeremy Curtis Vetter, Newman Lake, Washington Creative Writing Amy A. Whitcomb, Alexandria, Virginia Creative Writing Master of Landscape Architecture Virginia Lee Batha, Ozark, Illinois Timothy Sean Garvin, Billings, Montana Joshua Clayton Hail, Chehalis, Washington **Christopher Robert Hawkins, Sandpoint Jan Lenaye Kirchhoff Smith, Moscow **Joshua J. Neill, Idaho Falls Cade Wylie Sterling, Thompson Falls, Montana Kailee Marie Wiesen, Kelso, Washington **Xiaohan Zeng, Changsha, People’s Republic of China Master of Science *Patrick Marshall Adam, Broomfield, Colorado Environmental Science Sharee Gale Adkins, Nampa Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Matthew Mehdi Aghai, Skokie, Illinois Natural Resources Master of Music Randall Dallas Bearden, Rolla, Missouri Navin Kumar Chettri, Kathmandu, Nepal Cecily Anne Gordon, Moscow *Peter A. Lee, Everett, Washington **Madison Rebecca McCarney, New Plymouth Casey D. McNett, Rathdrum McKenna Nilsson, Blackfoot Sarah Michelle Pentzer, Othello, Washington Seth Thomas Reardon, Moscow Carri A. Rose, Kennewick, Washington **Joel David Sandford, Coeur d’Alene Sarah Dawn Torrance, Meridian Christina Marie Yarnot, Boise Abbos Ahmatovich Akhadov, Karshi City, Uzbekistan Environmental Science *Ana Isabel Alcocer Arreguin, Guadalajara, Mexico Family and Consumer Sciences Alhasan Alsaammare, Baghdad, Iraq Electrical Engineering Richard Anthony Ambrosek, Idaho Falls Animal Science Luis Angel Amezcua Eccius, Guadalajara, Mexico Civil Engineering **Kelly Elizabeth Anderson, Boise Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Kenneth C. Anderson, Idaho Falls Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Mahipathi Reddy Appannagari, Hyderabad, India Electrical Engineering Lucian Trent Armstrong, Shelley Hydrology Master of Natural Resources Kelly Kealoha Boyer, Elma, Washington Thom C. Dodd, Elkins, Arkansas David Francis Erickson, Costa Mesa, California Daniel Edison Fisher, Moscow Kyle Gene Artrip, New Carlisle, Ohio Environmental Engineering **Brandon Marshal Artz, Grandview, Washington Movement and Leisure Sciences Neil Ashton, North Plains, Oregon Natural Resources – 30 – *John C. Bailar, Moscow Psychology *Meghan Joan Camp, Moscow Natural Resources Christopher James Baker, Tigard, Oregon Movement and Leisure Sciences Jason Thomas Campbell, Moscow Natural Resources *Christian Johan Bakken, Moscow Mechanical Engineering **Ryan Scot Carnie, Coeur d’Alene Civil Engineering *Crystal Shiree Balback, Post Falls Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Meghan Margaret Carter, Cheyenne, Wyoming Water Resources Stephanie Jean Barlow, Sandpoint Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Nick Michael Case, Idaho Falls Technology Management *Brett Timothy Bashford, Boise Electrical Engineering Brittany Ann Casperson, Lava Hot Springs Animal Science Amanda Joy Battles, Ashton Mechanical Engineering **Debra J. Caudle, Terreton Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Theresa Jean Beezley, Ballwin, Missouri Movement and Leisure Sciences Mark Francis Cecchini Beaver, Southwick, Massachusetts Water Resources **Sara Allyson Begly, Geneva, New York Natural Resources Cheryl Barbara Chadwick, Clayton Environmental Science Joseph M. Bekken, Coeur d’Alene Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Boyu Chen, Changchun, People’s Republic of China Computer Science *Jonathan Michael Daniel Berger, Redding, California Movement and Leisure Sciences Darrel Joseph Chigbrow, Heyburn Natural Resources *Christopher Ronald Bernau, Las Vegas, Nevada Rangeland Ecology and Management Kyu Chul Cho, GimCheonSi, South Korea Bioinformatics and Computational Biology **Sharon Berrett, Rigby Technology Management *David T. Church, Osburn Chemistry *Zheting Bi, Tianjin, People’s Republic of China Biological and Agricultural Engineering **Billy Wayne Clabough, Post Falls Electrical Engineering **Kaitlyn M. Bissonnette, Bloomington, Minnesota Plant Science Bradley Rae Clark, Rupert Architecture Shannon Michelle Blickenstaff, Pomeroy, Washington Agricultural Education Melissa Ann Clark, Romeo, Michigan Natural Resources Heather Michelle Blume, Anchorage, Alaska Family and Consumer Sciences Erin Lynn Cochran, Moscow Materials Science and Engineering Jason Charles Boal, Moscow Bioregional Planning and Community Design Stephane Alain Colle, Saint-Eustache, Quebec, Canada Movement and Leisure Sciences Samuel Leonard Bourret, Bristol, Connecticut Natural Resources Jason Lee Colpetzer, Lewiston, New York Nuclear Engineering Curtis Ross Bower, Caldwell Mechanical Engineering *Xenia Virginia Conquy, Boca Raton, Florida Environmental Science Stacy Ann Bowman, Troy Family and Consumer Sciences William Spencer Cooley, Rexburg Nuclear Engineering *John Schuyler Boyd, Boise Water Resources Brianna Gayle Cowan, Craigmont Plant Science *Pietro Vittorio Boyd, Seattle, Washington Mechanical Engineering *Eric Patrick Creeden, Fruita, Colorado Geography William Fletcher Boyd, Troy Natural Resources Bryan P. Crofts, Shelley Technology Management **Nathaniel John Bridges, Hauser Physics Brenda Lee Crook, Fort Smith, Arkansas Psychology Sage A. Bryden, Whitefish, Montana Water Resources *Samra Culum, Twin Falls Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Aaron Parker Buckley, Springfield, Ohio Bioregional Planning and Community Design **Chris Clinton Cummings, Spokane, Washington Bioregional Planning and Community Design William H. Buhrig, Vale, Oregon Plant Science **Amrit Dahal, Kathmandu, Nepal Electrical Engineering Susan Marie Buttram, Fruitland Animal Science *Kristin Eve Daku, Lewisville Entomology *Padraic Michael Callahan, Galeton, Pennsylvania Forest Resources Harmony Love Davis, Pullman, Washington Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership – 31 – **Jennifer E. Davis, Meridian Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *David William Gardner, Priest River Mechanical Engineering **Erin Virginia Dawson, Boise Family and Consumer Sciences Hollie Dawn Garrison, Redmond, Washington Movement and Leisure Sciences Amber Leticia Denman, Post Falls Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Jessica Jean Geiger, Hayden Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Philip Arlin Dennis, Boise Water Resources *Molly K. George, Meridian Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Bibha Dhungana, Kathmandu, Nepal Environmental Science Natalie J. Gese, Moscow Nuclear Engineering Melissa Autumn DiNoto, Moscow Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Esmaiil Ghasemisahebi, Sary, Iran Mechanical Engineering *Brad P. Dieter, Spokane Valley, Washington Movement and Leisure Sciences Trisha L. Giambra, Jamestown, New York Environmental Science **Emily Margaret Donahue, Seattle, Washington Counseling and Human Services Michael Vasily Glazoff, Idaho Falls Nuclear Engineering Douglas Denton Drobny, Boise Computer Science Jessica Loren Graham, Ripon, California Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Xiaoxue Du, Tianjin, People’s Republic of China Applied Economics *Jessica Ann Margaret Grantham, Rathdrum Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Carlos Duarte, Mountain Home Mechanical Engineering Kyle Lane Gray, Nashville, Tennessee Mechanical Engineering Jeremiah Stearns Dubie, Charlestown, New Hampshire Food Science **Lin Avens Gray, Council Natural Resources Christopher J. Dyke, Boise Mechanical Engineering Jeremy Lee Greth, Anchorage, Alaska Water Resources Christopher Jeffrey Eacker, Meridian Mechanical Engineering *Vishu Gupta, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India Electrical Engineering *Rachel Elisabeth Eifler, Post Falls Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Cynthia Hanson, Rupert Nuclear Engineering *Duane J. Elgan, Buhl Mechanical Engineering Christopher Louis Harper, Bakersfield, California Geological Engineering **Bradly Jack Evraets, Rice Lake, Wisconsin Geology **Dylan Reyher Hedden-Nicely, Boise Water Resources Tyson Richard Fehringer, American Falls Natural Resources Angela Largent Helmke, Moscow Family and Consumer Sciences *Marcis R. Fennell, Long Beach, California Movement and Leisure Sciences **Jaxon Brian Higgs, Idaho Falls Hydrology Sara Jane Fladeland, Coeur d’Alene Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Amy Jean Hilland, Sandpoint Applied Economics Edward G. Flathers, Moscow Statistical Science *Lexi Joanne Hines, Lewiston Movement and Leisure Sciences Tyler Scott Flowers, Hermiston, Oregon Mechanical Engineering Mie Hiruta, Tokyo, Japan Nuclear Engineering *Attila Jonathan Folnagy, Harrison Hydrology **Philip John Honzay, Bird Island, Minnesota Natural Resources Mercedes Valeria Frausto, Moscow Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Andrew Jackson Hooper, Rathdrum Mechanical Engineering Todd Bert Freed, Idaho Falls Computer Science Rowdy James Hope, Boise Psychology Doug R. Frome, Spokane, Washington Electrical Engineering **Guy Arthur Hopkins, Shoshone Bioregional Planning and Community Design Ian William Fullmer, Twin Falls Plant Science Jaimie Lynn Hoskins, Tremonton, Utah Movement and Leisure Sciences Ronald Lee Galletti, Hayden Interdisciplinary Studies **Shane Arl Hough, Pingree Nuclear Engineering **Jacqueline Gallimore, Lexington, Kentucky Natural Resources *Timothy Allen Hyde, Idaho Falls Mechanical Engineering *Jaime Lee Gallup, Ammon Movement and Leisure Sciences *Sandra Elizabeth Jacquot, Coeur d’Alene Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership – 32 – Matthew Thomas Janz, Soldotna, Alaska Water Resources John Paul Luthy, Boise Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Conner George Jeffries, Tacoma, Washington Chemistry **Jillian L. Marotz, Idaho Falls Bioregional Planning and Community Design Zachary Douglas Jenkins, Fruit Heights, Utah Psychology Anna Tayler Marshall, Meridian Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Tessa Diane Jilot, DePere, Wisconsin Natural Resources **Margaret Ann Marshall, Idaho Falls Nuclear Engineering **Carrie Renee Johnson, Emmett Animal Science Daniel Jared Mathewson, Kuna Mechanical Engineering Daniel Bruce Johnson, Moscow Bioregional Planning and Community Design John McFarland Maxwell, Elkton, Maryland Applied Economics Bryan Wallace Jones, Kendrick Natural Resources **Shelley K. May, Pullman, Washington Family and Consumer Sciences *Seth Lavadour Jones, Moscow Movement and Leisure Sciences Ashley Rae McClain, Filer Applied Economics **Eunice Erasto Kanuya, Arusha, Tanzania Plant Science **Joshua Lee McCormick, Indiana, Pennsylvania Natural Resources Rikki Lee Keegan, Spokane, Washington Civil Engineering Stephen M. McDaniel, Hope Civil Engineering **Amy Marie Keehner, Emmett Animal Science Linda Lou McDowell, Ontario, Oregon Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Lawrence Barry Kerr, Boise Computer Science Maxwell Angus McKinnon, Lakeview, Oregon Computer Science **Kara G. Kiefer, Rathdrum Movement and Leisure Sciences Amelia Marie McMillin, Colorado Springs, Colorado Geology Lewis Thomas Kotredes, Bangor, Maine Nuclear Engineering Bridget A. McNassar, Auburn, Washington Natural Resources Charlette Presnell Kremer, Lewiston Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Audino Melgar Moreno, Pese, Herrera, Panama Animal Science Vandhana Krishnan, Bangalore, Karnataka, India Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Kyle Christopher Merslich, Olympia, Washington Bioregional Planning and Community Design *Ashley Danica Lange, Moscow Conservation Social Sciences **Betty Jane Miller, Boise Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Shin-Ping Cynthia Lao, Raleigh, North Carolina Natural Resources *Robert Patrick Moehrke, Chubbuck Electrical Engineering Theresa Anne Lavoie, Moscow Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Anna Elizabeth Moody, Lewiston Environmental Science **Jennifer Linda Leavitt, Kuna Movement and Leisure Sciences *Holly Dawn Moore, Coeur d’Alene Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Xin Li, Qiqihaer, People’s Republic of China Statistics Thomas A. Morrow, Jacksonville, Florida Geology *Boya Liu, Hefei Anhui, People’s Republic of China Applied Economics **Carlo Enrique Munoz Lopez, Guadalajara, Mexico Biological and Agricultural Engineering **Adra Lobdell, McCall Natural Resources Lanier Nabahe, Shiprock, New Mexico Bioregional Planning and Community Design **Taryn Beth Longberry, Findlay, Ohio Natural Resources *Eddie Emanuel Nance, Moscow Chemistry Hillary Elspeth Loomis, Stevens Point, Wisconsin Natural Resources **Paul Daniel Nathan, Hailey Computer Science *Liang Lu, Tianjin, People’s Republic of China Applied Economics *Jean Paul Nduwayo Ntore, Moscow Statistical Science *Liang Lu, Tianjin, People’s Republic of China Mathematics Derek Chester Neal, Colorado Springs, Colorado Electrical Engineering *Brigette Lundeen, Seattle, Washington Computer Science Chad L. Neilson, Moscow Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership *Guanqun Luo, Liaoning, People’s Republic of China Natural Resources Laura Lee Nittolo, Spokane, Washington Family and Consumer Sciences Cody Walker Luper, Jerome Civil Engineering Christopher Noyes, San Diego, California Natural Resources – 33 – Kirk Nuzum, Venice, Florida Geology **Lucas W. Reid, Firth Mechanical Engineering Dominic Ndubueze Nwoke, Kano, Nigeria Materials Science and Engineering *William C. Ridley, Kingston, Washington Applied Economics **Christopher Ian O’Brien, McCall Natural Resources April Celeste Rigby, Salt Lake City, Utah Environmental Science Chelsea R. Oates, Grand Rapids, Michigan Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Rory B. Riggs, McMinnville, Oregon Electrical Engineering *Brandon John Ortiz, Olympia, Washington Computer Science Navin Risal, Kathmandu, Nepal Bioregional Planning and Community Design **Lydia Rae Osborne, Princeton Soil and Land Resources Colleen Michelle Robbins, Orofino Family and Consumer Sciences Jennifer Lynn Ouellette, Boise Water Resources **Adrienne Grace Roumasset, Montara, California Water Resources **Kristi Lynette Overfelt, Moscow Interdisciplinary Studies Jenny Spring Rowley, Athol Plant Science **Emily Carey Overton, West Lafayette, Indiana Natural Resources Joshua David Rubini, Moscow Computer Science Landon Dennis Owen, Carrollton, Texas Mechanical Engineering *Drew Ruckelshaus, Indianapolis, Indiana Movement and Leisure Sciences *Evan A. Painter, Richland, Washington Computer Science Desiree Sue Saupe, Idaho Falls Technology Management **Michael Wayne Patterson, Nampa Nuclear Engineering Daniel Schaaf, Middleton, Wisconsin Natural Resources Sunil Paudel, Chitwan, Nepal Entomology Mark F. Schimpf, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Soil and Land Resources Joshua T. Pereyda, Oxnard, California Computer Science David Russell Schipf, Highwood, Montana Mechanical Engineering Trevor S. Perkins, Bonney Lake, Washington Hydrology **Alejandro Schnakofsky, Caracas, Venezuela Electrical Engineering **John A. Peterson, Chapel Hill, North Carolina Natural Resources *Marya Catherine Schroeder, Moscow Computer Science Austin Ross Phillips, Charlottesville, Virginia Water Resources Justin E. Schultz, Boise Environmental Science Mark William Piersol, Moscow Geology Andrea Christine Schumaker, Melba Agricultural Education *Rachel Regina Barnett Pisor, Sacramento, California Environmental Science William Tady Schumaker, Nampa Agricultural Education **Keshav Raj Pokharel, Kathmandu, Nepal Materials Science and Engineering Darin M. Schwartz, Lewiston Geology Sherwood Vern Polter, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania Electrical Engineering *Tonya Sioux Sears, Post Falls Family and Consumer Sciences *Nathan R. Powell, Pleasant Grove, Utah Electrical Engineering Nathan Odell Seaver, Longmont, Colorado Mechanical Engineering **Arturo Quintero Ferrer, Guadalajara, Mexico Plant Science Daniela Anna Selke, Stephens City, Virginia Geological Engineering *Stuart Austin Ragsdale, Rexburg Psychology Cody Jason Settles, Salmon Environmental Science Lacey Bree Rammell-O’Brien, Eagle Water Resources *Michael Pierre Severn, Rexburg Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Jennifer L. Ramsrud, Post Falls Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Shan Shan, Mianchi, People’s Republic of China Environmental Science Elizabeth Ann Rau, Challis Geography Rudy Ray Shebala, Moscow Environmental Science Rebecca Wanda Reed, Boise Psychology KC Elliott Sheffler, Potlatch Movement and Leisure Sciences **William Jeffery Reeder, Boise Civil Engineering *Deepak Shrestha, Dhangadhi, Nepal Entomology Ryan Joseph Rehder, Cottonwood Civil Engineering Elizabeth Anne Sieverkropp, Moses Lake, Washington Applied Economics – 34 – **Gail E. Silkwood, Grangeville Agricultural Education **Lindsay Ann Walters, American Falls Geology Sammy H. Sirhan, South Bend, Indiana Geological Engineering Dongyun Wang, Renqiu, Hebei, People’s Republic of China Biological and Agricultural Engineering **Benjamin D. Sloniker, Marysville, Washington Environmental Science Trevor Miles Watson, Miles City, Montana Environmental Science Clinton Curtis Smith, Rexburg Statistical Science Madeline Weigner, Atlanta, Georgia Geology Daniel Lee Smith, Corydon, Indiana Natural Resources *Austin Leroy Welch, Peoria, Arizona Mechanical Engineering **Jacob Ryan Smith, Weiser Electrical Engineering *Amy A. Whitcomb, Alexandria, Virginia Environmental Science Mathew Sean Sorum, Grand Forks, North Dakota Natural Resources **Kerry Denise White, Wallingford, Vermont Natural Resources **Michael Dallas Stinger, Greenleaf Computer Science Lief Andrew Wiechman, Belgrade, Minnesota Wildlife Resources **Bradley Scott Stokes, Boise Entomology Benjamin David Wiedeback, Boise Biology *Jordan Quincy Stringfield, Caldwell Mechanical Engineering *Ammon Ned Williams, Rexburg Chemical Engineering Juhee Sung, Seoul, South Korea Family and Consumer Sciences Emily Lorraine Wilson, Milan, Michigan Geology *Elise F. Suronen, Oakland, California Natural Resources **Paul Micaheal Wilson, Sisters, Oregon Electrical Engineering Alicia Tavera, Iona Environmental Science *Stetson D. Wilson, Pocatello Soil and Land Resources Trent William Taysom, Rockland Plant Science *Bryce James Winterbottom, Lewiston Mechanical Engineering **Courtney M. Thompson, El Paso, Texas Geography Rosario Palacios Wohlsen, Rathdrum Family and Consumer Sciences **Seth Robert Thompson, West Richland, Washington Computer Science Victor Bamidele Wolemiwa, Akure, Nigeria Materials Science and Engineering Matthew G. Tiedemann, Boise Civil Engineering **Victor Bamidele Wolemiwa, Akure, Nigeria Physics Matthew L. Tovey, Pocatello Civil Engineering *Jacob Wallace Wolf, Acampo, California Geography **Chau Diem Tran, Long Beach, California Water Resources Elisabeth Marie Wood, Pocatello Plant Science Maria Morgan Tribelhorn, Moscow Civil Engineering **Serena J. Worobel, Coeur d’Alene Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership **Riley Wayne Tschida, John Day, Oregon Geography Samuel Harrison Wos, Moscow Mechanical Engineering Gary R. Tucker, Rigby Environmental Science **Ke Xu, Guangdong, People’s Republic of China Materials Science and Engineering James Edwin Turner, Coeur d’Alene Psychology **Lianxin Yang, Zhoukou, People’s Republic of China Applied Economics *Josh W. Ulrich, Lewiston Computer Engineering Saeede Zakeri, Birjand, Iran Computer Science Michael Anthony Vaccaro, Plano, Texas Movement and Leisure Sciences Hamzeh Zbib, Beirut, Lebanon Mathematics **Leslie R. Van Niel, Locust, North Carolina Natural Resources Sara A. Zglobicki, Rutland, Massachusetts Soil and Land Resources Lee D. VanGundy, Vancouver, Washington Computer Science Yingqian Zhan, Wuhan, People’s Republic of China Physics *Teresa Edith Vazquez Valdez, Victor Family and Consumer Sciences *Guozhu Zhang, Dandong, People’s Republic of China Statistical Science *Christopher Robert Walker, Spokane, Washington Mechanical Engineering *Luyi Zhao, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Biology **Rhonda Lynn Wallen, Moscow Adult/Organizational Learning and Leadership Chen Zhu, Hohhot, People’s Republic of China Electrical Engineering – 35 – Professional Science Master Clayton Arnold Bliss, Mount Vernon, Washington Natural Resources and Environmental Science Anne-Claire Mitchell, Spokane, Washington Natural Resources and Environmental Science **Isaac Aaron Cadiente, Juneau, Alaska Natural Resources and Environmental Science **Anthony Pastrama, Moscow Natural Resources and Environmental Science Chadwick A. Clink, Medina, Ohio Natural Resources and Environmental Science **Marie Andree Pengilly, Moscow Natural Resources and Environmental Science **Wayne Cooper Fritz, Riverton, Wyoming Natural Resources and Environmental Science **Esme Elisha Sienicki, Santa Fe, New Mexico Natural Resources and Environmental Science Veronica Rita Hirsch, Tucson, Arizona Natural Resources and Environmental Science **Dane Farley Stevens, Isle au Haut, Maine Natural Resources and Environmental Science Sierra S. Larson, Moscow Natural Resources and Environmental Science Garry Daniel Whitebird, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Natural Resources and Environmental Science â€“ 36 â€“ A d va n c e d P r o f e s s i o n a l D e g r e e s C ollege Juris Doctor Wendy D. Adams, Boise **Casi Marie Akerblade, Burbank, Washington Mackenzie A. Amen, Gooding Reed Philip Anderson, Hailey Cum laude of L aw Established in 1909. Donald L. Burnett, Jr., J.D., LL.M., Dean *David John Beardall, Boise Katherine D. Berst, Billings, Montana Kimberly Bialock, Silverdale, Washington Joshua A. Bishop, Boise Christopher Boyd, Marsh Valley Daniel James Brady, Cheshire, Connecticut **Brittany Ann Bricker, Farmington, Utah Christopher Fraser Brown, Boise Erica Eve Bullo, Santa Barbara, California Marc Jason Bybee, Pocatello August Heil Cahill, Boise Joan Elizabeth Callahan, Boise Mark Francis Cecchini Beaver, Southwick, Massachusetts Magna cum laude John Paul Grisham, Portland, Oregon William Paul Erick Gunderson, Enumclaw, Washington **Paul Corbett Hanes, Port Angeles, Washington Taylor Orson Hendershot, St. George, Utah Kay Dee Holmes, Idaho Falls Reginald K. Holmquist, Kuna David Hooper, Alpine, Utah Jaclyn Hovda, Emmett Lucas M. Howarth, Boise Ryan S. Hunter, Pocatello Summa cum laude Melissa Jacobs, Rocklin, California Jayde C. James, Eureka, Montana Matthew Thomas Janz, Soldotna, Alaska **Ryan D. Jenks, Boise Jennifer Meling-Aiko Jensen, Meridian Summa cum laude Regan Charlton, Inkom Kyle P. Chenoweth, Helena, Montana Brian Vernon Church, Dalton Gardens Bertha Joann Clayton, Waitsburg, Washington Luis Cortes, Redwood City, California Nathan Cuoio, Pocatello Patrick Davis, Driggs Jeremy D. Deus, South Jordan, Utah Brian Dosch, Renton, Washington Jessica Gudmundsen Eby, Boise David A. Eisele, Boise Piper Ashton Elmer, Coeur d’Alene Katherine Alexander Elsaesser, Priest River Nicholas Jeffrey Erekson, Boise Maren Caroline Ericson, Kuna Justin Abbott Facey, Rutland, Vermont Tanya M. Finigan, Ammon **Jonathon Douglas Frantz, Coeur d’Alene Catherine Ann Freeman, Eagle Kristina N. Fugate, Glenview, Illinois Summa cum laude **Christopher Austin Johnson, Temple, Texas Paul K. Johnson, Logan, Utah Nathan H. Jones, Boise Adam Stanislaus Juratovac, Palo Alto, California Brian Kanswe, Denver, Colorado Megan Eileen Kernan, Olympia, Washington Wayne B. Kinsey, Chandler, Arizona Jessica Marie Kinslow, Monterey, California Shanna Colleen Knight, Sierra Vista, Arizona Neal A. Koskella, Emmett Magna cum laude **Johnathan Myron Leavitt, Las Vegas, Nevada Wendy Marie Lierman, Spokane, Washington Samuel V. Lityouvong, Seattle, Washington Samantha K. Metsger, Aurora, Colorado Cum laude Jose C. Garcia, Mattawa, Washington Anna Jolea Garner, Federal Way, Washington Brian Garner, Mesa, Arizona Mark F. Gawlak, Northbridge, Massachusetts Abigail R. Germaine, Colville, Washington Jane Catherine Gordon, Boise Andrew Goshgarian, Round Lake, Illinois Ryan Montoya, Flagstaff, Arizona Christina Linda Moreno, Spanaway, Washington Nicholas Robert Morgan, Boise Cory Nielsen, Idaho Falls Nathan Nielson, Vienna, Virginia Kelly S. O’Neill, Salt Lake City, Utah Jennifer Lynn Ouellette, Boise Allison Cass Parker, Victor Magna cum laude Kristen Claire Pearson, Idaho Falls Austin Ross Phillips, Charlottesville, Virginia Jessica A. Pilgrim, Spokane, Washington **Andrakay Joelle Pluid, Bonners Ferry Brad L. Puffpaff, Edmonds, Washington Cum laude – 37 – Elisa I. Ramirez, Loon Lake, Washington Jaron A. Robinson, Tacoma, Washington Megan Ruble, Visalia, California Micah C. Runnels, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Cassandra C. Scheihing, Boise Tessa Ann Scholl, Moscow Kurt Schwab, Rexburg Brian D. Sheldon, Colorado Springs, Colorado Allen Shoff, Moscow Sara Simmers, Bothell, Washington Whitney P. Skinner, Acworth, New Hampshire Kresten Snow, Brush Prairie, Washington Richard C. Sommer, Yakima, Washington Travis Daniel Spears, Hedrick, Iowa Matthew C. Starr, Escondido, California **Jeffrey N. Street, Gainesville, Georgia **Shannon Murphy Street, Eagle Matthew P. Stucki, Pocatello Joshua Sundloff, Kaysville, Utah Andrew Lloyd Swanson, Pocatello Robert James Taylor, Mountain Home Jason A. Thomas, Shelby, North Carolina **Laura Christina Thompson, Billings, Montana Mark Thompson, West Jordan, Utah Robert Douglas Todeschi, Boise Brian David Trammell, Chubbuck Winnie Wing Yee Tsui-Ng, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Molly Jane Tucker, Weston, Oregon Magna cum laude Jessica L. Turner, Franklin, Tennessee Maria Dolores Velazquez, Waterville, Washington Michelle Ann Volkema, Moscow Hadley B. Webster, Roberts Sandra M. West, Olympia, Washington Shannon M. Williams, Newhall, California Michael F. Winchester, Idaho Falls Sarah M. Wyatt, Indianapolis, Indiana â€“ 38 â€“ B a cc a l a u r e a t e D e g r e e s C ollege of A gricultural & L ife S ciences Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Life Sciences Stewart Albert Bingham, Gooding Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership Established in 1901. John Foltz, Ph.D., Interim Dean Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics Amanda Joan Cayler, Kendrick Agricultural Economics Michael Thomas Claiborn, Kimberly Agribusiness **Anthony Ross Brandt, Rathdrum Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems Mark Paul Goddard, Chico, California Agribusiness **Cash Michael Brown, Royal City, Washington Agricultural Systems Management Christian Tanner Hinderer, Waterville, Washington Agribusiness **Colton Spud Brown, Royal City, Washington Agricultural Systems Management Jordan David Jacobs, West Jordan, Utah Agribusiness **Breanna Jean Carpenter, Cheyenne, Wyoming Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership Shelbie Ann Lincoln, Meridian Agribusiness Julia Marie Christian, Pullman, Washington Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems *Kiel Malone, Fruitland Agribusiness Adam Reece Cloaninger, Colfax, Washington Agricultural Systems Management Ryan Jay Nichols, Parma Agribusiness **Derek Ryan Cocking, Colfax, Washington Agricultural Systems Management Julie Michele Obermeyer, Emmett Agribusiness Kim Darrell Cook, Jerome Agricultural Systems Management Kenneth Wayne Pete, Owyhee, Nevada Agribusiness **Emily Patricia Dowers, Coeur d’Alene Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems *Grant Eugene Robison, Walla Walla, Washington Agribusiness Michael Nielsen Duff, Blackfoot Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership **Jamie Loraine Skillings, Indian Valley Agribusiness Pedee James Ewing, Meridian Agricultural Systems Management **Jesse Elden Smit, Richland, Oregon Agricultural Economics Steven James Filter, Gridley, California Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems *Ryan Clarence Vander Stelt, Nampa Agribusiness Justin Ryan Freeman, Caldwell Agricultural Systems Management Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education *Ian James Bridges, Caldwell Donald Paul Curry, Meridian Chelsie Lynne Fugate, Payette Tyler James Johnson, Enumclaw, Washington Jordan Lee Lybeck, Enumclaw, Washington Katelyn Carolyn Mosman, Nezperce Chase W. Shoemaker, New Plymouth *Jessica Anne Smith, Nampa Whitney Lee Tuckett, Monteview Kya Marie Vines, Mountain Home Casandra Elizabeth Zufelt, Meridian Sarah Catherine Freepons, Prosser, Washington Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership Erin Elyse Goulet, Centennial, Colorado Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems Cum laude Bradley Ray Huffman, Orofino Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems Colton Ross Ketscher, Hines, Oregon Agricultural Systems Management **Robbie Lee Maxwell, Haines, Oregon Agricultural Systems Management Colton Michael Meyer, Genesee Agricultural Systems Management Brendan Niemann Mingo, Rockland Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership Jessica Marie Munson, Riggins Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership Cum laude Taylor Elyse Ortiz, Brawley, California Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Science and Technology William Burke Higley, Jerome Sustainable Crop and Landscape Systems Kyle Edgar Osborn, Troy Agricultural Systems Management Travis Lee Osborn, Troy Agricultural Systems Management **Grant Lacy Pynes, Etna, California Agricultural Systems Management – 39 – Timothy Walton Schultz, Moscow Agricultural Systems Management **Sam James Schumaker, Culdesac Agricultural Systems Management Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Development and Education **Kate Leanne Best, Coeur d’Alene Magna cum laude Danielle A. Scott, Nezperce Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership Shelby L. Smith, Pasco, Washington Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership **Misty Dawn Tucker, Filer Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership **Ashley Coleman-Matyshock, Scotia, California Kayla Rae Creitz, Kent, Washington **Rachael Nadine Dollinger, Boise Patricia Jane Murk, Missoula, Montana Summa cum laude Bachelor of Science in Animal Science Karrie Jane May, Moscow Molly Elizabeth Palmer, Corvallis, Oregon Kristin Elizabeth Rinaldi, Coeur d’Alene Magna cum laude Bachelor of Science in Animal and Veterinary Science Brittney Lee Abdallah, Moscow Krystal Renee Allen, Moscow Rebecca Nina Day, Boise Heidi Leann Dose, Pinehurst Kellie Michelle Enger, Eagle Kristen Nicole Fahrenwald, Buhl Shelby Alyssa Forrest, Prineville, Oregon Andres Jose Gonzalez, Lake Stevens, Washington Hannah Beth Hallock, Olympia, Washington **Frederick Lee Hisaw, Prineville, Oregon William Isaac Loucks, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada Kelly Anne McNamara, Marina, California Levi M. Miller, Salmon Elizabeth Anne Moore, Ahsahka **Dean Andrew Mosman, Nezperce **Megan Michelle Muncy, Caldwell **Dakota Lynn O’Loughlin, Yamhill, Oregon Cierra Jordon Olmstead, Spirit Lake **Samantha Lyn Peters, Sandpoint Victoria Lynne Pickel, Cheney, Washington Danielle Marie Ridgway, Jerome **Kathryn Ann Robertson, Monroe, Washington Stacy Marie Sainsbury, Spokane, Washington **Kolby Grant Secrist, Moses Lake, Washington Melisa Lee Stilson, Lewistown, Montana Danika Victoria Stromberg, Boise Jessica Helen Tatham, Woodinville, Washington Aerin C. Truskey, Boise Magna cum laude Jaden N. Skinner, Nampa Anastassia Mia Stauffer, Meridian **Samantha Ilene Watson, Eugene, Oregon Summa cum laude **Christianne Welch-Price, Boise **Chelsey Rae Wilson, Grand View Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences Carolyn Rose Anderson, Moscow Food and Nutrition Rachelle Lynne Ausman, Asotin, Washington Food and Nutrition Krista A. Baker, Moscow Clothing, Textiles and Design Olivia Baker, Snohomish, Washington Clothing, Textiles and Design Sophia T. Baldrica, McCall Food and Nutrition and Child, Family and Consumer Studies Samantha Erika Bedell, LaCrosse, Washington Food and Nutrition Donna L. Bertsch, Post Falls Child, Family and Consumer Studies Kelsey Nicole Blair, Coeur d’Alene Food and Nutrition Summa cum laude Alexis Renate Brown, Coeur d’Alene Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Maja Brynn Brustuen, Shoreline, Washington Child, Family and Consumer Studies Cum laude Amber Renee Bulcher, Jerome Food and Nutrition Food and Nutrition Cum laude Laurie Nicole Byrne, Boise Jessica Elizabeth Cammann, Eagle Clothing, Textiles and Design Dana Joelle Carlson, Chehalis, Washington Clothing, Textiles and Design **Catherine Lee Van Dusen, Boise Annie Melissa Vogel, Sandpoint Summa cum laude Britney Nicole Cay, Lewiston Clothing, Textiles and Design Shelby Lea Chandler, Bruneau Food and Nutrition Victoria Renee White, Caldwell Morgan Viola Chevalley, Post Falls Child, Family and Consumer Studies Sophie A. Christenson, Newberg, Oregon Clothing, Textiles and Design – 40 – Renell Ann Cronk, Boise Food and Nutrition Jennifer Louise Hutchings, Rathdrum Child, Family and Consumer Studies Kirsten Lynn Currie, Bonners Ferry Clothing, Textiles and Design Clothing, Textiles and Design Summa cum laude Tanis JoAnn Irwin, Coeur d’Alene Food and Nutrition Jillian Jean Darst, St. Maries Jessica Lynn Dauenhauer, Missoula, Montana Child, Family and Consumer Studies Emilie T. Jeneson, Hailey Clothing, Textiles and Design **Mara Christine Johnson, Lenore Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Benjamin David DeLawyer, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Chelsea Rene’ Kalla, Post Falls Child, Family and Consumer Studies Megan Ann Magyar Dicken, Moscow Child, Family and Consumer Studies Lauren Jacqueline Keeney, Moscow Food and Nutrition Casey James Dragon, Post Falls Food and Nutrition Elizabeth Marjana Kershisnik, Boise Food and Nutrition Grace Haruka Drynan, Boise Clothing, Textiles and Design Sara Jo Kimberling, Moscow Clothing, Textiles and Design Morgan Elizabeth Dunning, Otis Orchards, Washington Food and Nutrition Alyssa Rose Klas, Moscow Food and Nutrition Cum laude Malinda Anne Emery, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies Summa cum laude Nohemy Labra, Ashton Child, Family and Consumer Studies Paige Anne Erickson, Rathdrum Child, Family and Consumer Studies Ciara Ann Law, Greenleaf Child, Family and Consumer Studies and Food and Nutrition Rachel Anne Estep, Lacey, Washington Food and Nutrition Justina Kay Lawson, Sandpoint Child, Family and Consumer Studies Laurel Fetz, Veradale, Washington Food and Nutrition Siew Guan Lee, Johor, Malaysia Food and Nutrition Food and Nutrition Magna cum laude Melissa Jane Flores, Pinehurst Clothing, Textiles and Design Kayla Elizabeth Leitzke, Coeur d’Alene Regina Carol Lewis, Hayden Food and Nutrition *Brandy Leigh Frei, Grangeville Child, Family and Consumer Studies Allison Kathleen Fuller, Walnut Creek, California Child, Family and Consumer Studies Tifiny Jean Lind, Lodi, California Child, Family and Consumer Studies Lauren Ann Gabrielsen, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies *Christopher James Grant Louis, Worley Child, Family and Consumer Studies Katherine Anne Garrison, Seattle, Washington Clothing, Textiles and Design **Kimberly Lennea Lynn, Coeur d’Alene Clothing, Textiles and Design *Katharine Allyn Gross, Coeur d’Alene Food and Nutrition Alayna Ann Mackey, Anchorage, Alaska Child, Family and Consumer Studies Hannah Nicole Guyer, Moscow Clothing, Textiles and Design Rondi Lyn Martin, St. Maries Child, Family and Consumer Studies Child, Family and Consumer Studies Cum laude *Serafina Eliza-Suea Harney, Twin Falls Clothing, Textiles and Design Molly Colleen McClure, Cheney, Washington Colleen N. McCormick, Driggs Food and Nutrition Lauren Nicole Hasenoehrl, Lewiston Clothing, Textiles and Design Clothing, Textiles and Design Summa cum laude Chelsea Lynn Herting, Sandpoint Alix Hilton, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies Carina Ann McGee, Hayden Lake Child, Family and Consumer Studies Magna cum laude Cassi Rae Mendiola, Eagle Food and Nutrition Hailey Marie Hirst, Boise Clothing, Textiles and Design Clothing, Textiles and Design Cum laude Magna cum laude Elizabeth Milagros Miller, Moscow Child, Family and Consumer Studies Rachel Elizabeth Hirst, Boise **Kathryn Jane Holtz, Eagle Clothing, Textiles and Design Katherine Marie Mills, Pocatello Clothing, Textiles and Design **Jennifer L. Nolasco, Oak Harbor, Washington Food and Nutrition Brittany Hope, Meridian Child, Family and Consumer Studies Amber Eliza Pimley, Camarillo, California Food and Nutrition Elizabeth Jayne Hugo, Salmon Food and Nutrition Sarah Louise Polkinghorne, Idaho Falls Clothing, Textiles and Design *Sarah Joyce Nell Quade Hulse, Lewisville Food and Nutrition Angela Marie Puga, Nampa Child, Family and Consumer Studies – 41 – Jamy De Ray, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Carli Orissa Tallent, Santa Fe, New Mexico Clothing, Textiles and Design Alyssa Katherine Richardson, Lewiston Clothing, Textiles and Design Ariel Kayleen Terry, Boise Food and Nutrition *Jordan Faye Ridinger, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies Alex Moffitt Tobosa, Tacoma, Washington Food and Nutrition **Lauren Nicole Rodgers, North Pole, Alaska Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Luke Earl Tonnemaker, Royal City, Washington Food and Nutrition **Bryne Louise Rush, Post Falls Food and Nutrition Summa cum laude Hanna Colleen Uhling, Orofino Clothing, Textiles and Design **Brittney Rene Sands, Lewiston Child, Family and Consumer Studies Andrea Annie Vanderwoude, Parma Food and Nutrition Valinda C. Scarborough, Post Falls Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Nallely Guadalupe Vega, Weiser Food and Nutrition Heather Noelle Schrader, Cheney, Washington Child, Family and Consumer Studies Cum laude Caitlin Anne Von Borstel, Grass Valley, Oregon Child, Family and Consumer Studies and Food and Nutrition **Firshta Shefa, Meridian Clothing, Textiles and Design Mollie Emma Wonacott, Meridian Clothing, Textiles and Design **Rebecca Jean Slagg, Leadore Food and Nutrition Summa cum laude **Amanda Meredith York, Phoenix, Arizona Food and Nutrition Kelsie Eve Smathers, Moscow Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Annika Young, Coeur d’Alene Child, Family and Consumer Studies Morgan Frances Spear, Moscow Child, Family and Consumer Studies Michelle Beth Stephan, Nampa Child, Family and Consumer Studies Bachelor of Science in Food Science Lynette Marie Andersen, Harrison Athena Jane Beckwith, Jordan Valley, Oregon Kari Jones, Tucson, Arizona Jack Alden McClure, Caldwell **Kathleen Adel Momont, Caldwell **Shin Ae Nam, Seoul, South Korea Morgan Marie Sisson, Bend, Oregon **Alexis Jaynese Sterbentz, Ephrata, Washington Food and Nutrition **Emily Ann Straubhar, Boise Food and Nutrition Miranda Virginia Strey, Boise Child, Family and Consumer Studies **Amanda Jade Stroud, Soldotna, Alaska Food and Nutrition Katie Christine Swanson, Moses Lake, Washington Food and Nutrition – 42 – C ollege of A rt & A rchitecture Corbin Patrick Schroeder, Lewiston Studio Art Established in 1983. Mark Hoversten, M.F.A., Dean Bachelor of Arts Carmin Kay VanderKarr, Sandpoint Art **Jacob A. Smith, Broadus, Montana Studio Art Bachelor of Fine Arts Line Norheim Ask, Stavanger, Norway Studio Art **Destry Schroeder Teeter, Princeton Studio Art Luke Adams Tucker, Hillsboro, Oregon Studio Art Laken Elizabeth Bailey, Boise Studio Art David Andrew Waters, Spokane, Washington Studio Art Jennelle Marie Brunner, Caldwell Studio Art **Mignon Jumel Whitt, Athol Studio Art Michelle Renee Carrier, Hayden Studio Art Studio Art Magna cum laude Jade Douglas Wickham, Hagerman Studio Art Lori Chrisman, Priest River Bo James Clark, Hayden Studio Art Avery J. Worrell, Lewiston Studio Art **Jessica Susan DeRuwe, Connell, Washington Studio Art Bachelor of Interior Design Lauren K. Booker, Connell, Washington *Cassandra Marie Burgess, Moscow Mary Elizabeth Cone, Lewiston Natalie Anne Germann, Bel Air, Maryland Tessa Renn Grundler, San Diego, California **Taylor Renee Harlan, Post Falls *James Darrell Jenkins, Pocatello Cally Dale Mercer, Prosser, Washington April Dawn Merrill, Lewiston Leigh Ann Novotny, Lynnwood, Washington Kelsey Louise Paul, Seattle, Washington Veronica Lee Pupava, Seattle, Washington Debra Christine Saul, Moscow Gwen D. Swanson, Eagle River, Alaska Samantha Gayle White, Nampa *Anne Marie Williamson, Caldwell **Emily Elizabeth Fallin-Farnes, Wendell Studio Art Studio Art Magna cum laude Chris J. Farnes, Moscow Noel Fountain, Moscow Studio Art Studio Art Summa cum laude Kevin Fox, Kamas, Utah Natalie Ann Fuller, Sandpoint Studio Art Susan Yvonne Guho, Eagle Studio Art **Joshua Joseph Hann, Rathdrum Studio Art Emily Ann Iverson, Moscow Studio Art Anna Christina Kalbrener, Gig Harbor, Washington Studio Art Ethan M. Kimberling, Moscow Studio Art Studio Art Magna cum laude Bachelor of Science Dale Henry Amen, Rupert Virtual Technology and Design **Brittany Lee Marley, Sandpoint Anna Marlin, Middleville, Michigan Studio Art Austin Stephen Brenk, West Valley, Utah Virtual Technology and Design **Gabriella Grace Midles, Camas, Washington Studio Art Toby Anthony Crogh, New Meadows Virtual Technology and Design Staci Elizabeth Page, Bellevue Studio Art Studio Art Magna cum laude Alex Joseph George, Pleasant View, Utah Virtual Technology and Design Ryan Carl Parks, Moscow *Wesley Brian Petersen, Orofino Studio Art Susan Yvonne Guho, Eagle Virtual Technology and Design Shannon Hail, Montpelier Virtual Technology and Design **Rebekah Ann Rust, Moscow Studio Art Seth Haynes, Clarkston, Washington Virtual Technology and Design **Ezra David John Saul, Las Vegas, Nevada Studio Art Megan Yushiko Kora, Caldwell Virtual Technology and Design â€“ 43 â€“ Erica Ann Larson, Bozeman, Montana Virtual Technology and Design Magna cum laude Wesley Aaron O’Brien, Idaho Falls Cum laude Melo Kevin Maiolie, Athol Virtual Technology and Design Wesley Allan McCormick, Salmon Virtual Technology and Design Kelsey Sara Nash, Pullman, Washington Virtual Technology and Design Matthew Paul Nipper, Coeur d’Alene Virtual Technology and Design Laura Marie Olphie, Athol Virtual Technology and Design Megan Lynn Risi, Elko, Nevada Virtual Technology and Design Donald Scott Shores, Boise Virtual Technology and Design Clay Alan Reiland, Hayden Amanda Lynn Ryan, Carson City, Nevada Raymond James Sayers, Bonners Ferry Ciera Lynn Shaver, Boise Katelin Marie Sillery, Yakima, Washington **Antone Robert Steele, Middleton **Kelsey Ann Stenersen, Pocatello Anthony Joseph Swanson, Boise Brandon Ray Taylor, Boise Ryan Joel Toews, Coeur d’Alene **Alonso Torres, Rupert *Marco Antonio Urieta-Leon, Madras, Oregon Haley Rae Wallace, Pocatello **Nickolas Evan Watkins, Kodiak, Alaska Ryan Lee Webb, Nine Mile Falls, Washington Reid Murphy Weber, Sandpoint Meghan Lucille Wigton, Post Falls Richard Hugh Wilson, Portland, Oregon Katherine Skye Woodhouse, Boca Raton, Florida Geoffrey Scott Siler, Nampa Virtual Technology and Design Curtis Columbo Stamey, Post Falls Virtual Technology and Design **Nicholas Gregory Stevenson, Meridian Virtual Technology and Design Thomas Michael Targe, Anchorage, Alaska Virtual Technology and Design Bachelor of Science in Architecture Joseph Lawrence Anderson, Worley Cum laude Bachelor of Science in Art Education **Wendy Mae Chapman, Post Falls Chris J. Farnes, Moscow **Natalie Dawn Keith, Hayden **Nathan J. McDonald, Boise **Rachel Anne Rojas, Emmett Magna cum laude Kelly Louise Beiser, Whitefish, Montana Kelton Reed Berrett, Franklin James Robert Colburn, Coeur d’Alene Meghan Elizabeth Craig, Carson City, Nevada Simon X. Deng, Payette **Matthew Lane Edwards, Chehalis, Washington Cum laude Benjamin Michael Ferry, King Hill Filip Fichtel, Landshut, Germany Matthew Lynn Garner, Nampa Matthew Thomas Garr, Jerome **Brenda Guadalupe Gomez, Sacramento, California Aaron Patrick Hoffman, Salmon Megan Christine Hoover, Gladstone, Oregon Ryan O. Ivie, Bozeman, Montana Bryan Julian Kamin, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Magna cum laude Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture Doyoung Ahn, Seoul, South Korea Erik W. Anderson, Sandpoint *Graham Daniel Brittain, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada **Evan Michael Burbridge, San Clemente, California **Kathryn Christine Cooper-Mantia, Hayden Lake Bridger Elijah DeMars, Kalispell, Montana Kealin M. Dooley, Portland, Oregon Steven Paul Hofhine, Meridian Nicholas Allen Kirsch, Kennewick, Washington Carlos Robert Lima, Coeur d’Alene **Justin Michael Martin, Rathdrum **Jeffrey C. Stiltz, Spokane, Washington Michael Robert Thomas, Boise Brianna Burja Truden, Boise **Jacob Bruce Wackenhut, Blackfoot Cody Allen Williams, Caldwell Kathryn Melissa Kilty, Sandy, Oregon Hyun Jun Kim, Fruitland *Christopher Roy Martin, Sammamish, Washington **Scarlett Ann Mathews, Pasco, Washington Deirdra Catherine Maynard, Chugiak, Alaska Colin James McCabe, Westport, Connecticut – 44 – C ollege of B usiness & E conomics Jessica Elizabeth Cammann, Eagle Marketing Established in 1925. Mario G. Reyes, Ph.D., Dean Bachelor of Science in Business **Erik Evan Akert, Idaho Falls Finance and Marketing **David Candia-Martinez, Cusco, Peru Information Systems and Marketing **Mohammad Ahmed Al Matar, Al Ahsa, Saudi Arabia Production/Operations Management Jacob Aaron Carlson, Eagle Finance and Production/Operations Management Talal Naji Alajmi, Sabahiya, Kuwait Finance **Jordan Tobias Carson, Nampa Management and Human Resources Juston Gene Andersen, Twin Falls Management and Human Resources and Marketing *Cesar Leon Castro, Nampa Accounting Rebecca Dawn Anderson, Lewiston Production/Operations Management Lilia A. Centeno, Othello, Washington Management and Human Resources *Michael Douglas Andrews, Boise Accounting Adam Marshall Chadwick, Coeur d’Alene Marketing Colin Otis Angele, Coeur d’Alene Finance and Accounting *Sydney Jordyn Chatterton-Cuttlers, Nampa Finance and Accounting Sydnie Catherine Ayers, Boise Management and Human Resources Caroline Chavez, Filer Management and Human Resources Kelsea Taylor Azurdia, Wenatchee, Washington Management and Human Resources **Jiayi Chen, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Finance Taryn Elise Ball, Redmond, Washington Marketing Bryan Anthony Cimino, Vancouver, Washington Marketing **Matthew Michael Bayly, Moscow Finance Marius Adrian Cirstea, Bucharest, Romania Marketing Hannah Ariel Behrent, Vancouver, Washington Management and Human Resources and Marketing Angelica Penelope Coleman, Boise Accounting **Josh Scott Bigler, Meridian Operations Management and Finance Codey Joe Courtemanche, Cataldo Marketing *James Billings, Vancouver, Washington Marketing **Robert Gilmore Cowan, Vancouver, Washington Marketing Daniel Martin Blackwell, Boise Marketing *Jason L. Cox, Colville, Washington Production/Operations Management Cum laude April Martha Bockstruck, Hauser Management and Human Resources **Tevis Jay Cox, Sandpoint Information Systems **Aaron M. Borg, Post Falls Management and Human Resources Morgan Powell Daniel, Boise Marketing **Jarred Joseph Bossio, Olympia, Washington Marketing Samuel Mason Davis, McCall Accounting Matthew Bottini, Eagle River, Alaska Finance Jeffrey Adam Dean, Heyburn Marketing Summa cum laude Kaitlin Adelaide Bradbury, Boise Production/Operations Management and Finance William Brady Dixon, Spokane, Washington Accounting and Marketing Nathanael Jon Breitenberg, Coeur d’Alene Accounting Loren Andrew Doman, St. Maries Management and Human Resources Solina Ann Bressler, Hayden Marketing *Julia Anne Donlin, St. Joseph, Minnesota Management and Human Resources and Marketing Elizabeth Rae Brewer, Rathdrum Accounting **Katherine M. Douglass, Nampa Management and Human Resources Blake David Brintnall, Hamilton, Montana Management and Human Resources and Production/Operations Management Ryan Joseph Doyle, Anchorage, Alaska Finance **Scott William Buck, Sonora, California Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources Liqin Fan, Portland, Oregon Production/Operations Management **Connor Phillip Bullard, Nampa Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources **Stuart Joseph Fenwick, Coolin Business Economics John Steven Byers, Pocatello Information Systems – 45 – Charles Kenneth Ford, Boise Accounting *Marcus William Hilbert, Coeur d’Alene Accounting **Ryan Lee Ford, Sandpoint Management and Human Resources and Marketing *Joshua Hill, Moscow Information Systems Mary Llewellyn Foss, Shohola, Pennsylvania Production/Operations Management Finance Cum laude **Nicholas John Hill, Boise Finance Andrew J. Fulcher, Coto de Caza, California **Nicholas Don Funke, Grangeville Production/Operations Management and Information Systems *Wesley Lincoln Hilst, Dublin, California Marketing Tyler Hodson, Eugene, Oregon Accounting Steven L. Gabrielsen, Boise Accounting **Kathryn Jane Holtz, Eagle Marketing **Belen J. Garcia, Mountain Home Management and Human Resources **Zack Karl Hood, Boise Finance and Business Economics Devon Nicole Giguiere, Middleton Finance Finance Summa cum laude Austin James Horejs, Boise Information Systems and Production/Operations Management Richard Martin Gillespie, Port Orchard, Washington Caleb Jerald Gilmour, Pasco, Washington Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources **William Phillip Howard, Hayden Marketing Alexander Christopher Huff, Boise Management and Human Resources John Taylor Goodwin, Hayden Business Economics Michael Douglas Hungerford, Eagle Finance Krista M. Gregory, Moscow Accounting Justin Michael Hunter, Walla Walla, Washington Production/Operations Management Meridith Lynn Griffin, Boise Finance and Accounting Charlotte Marilyn Huntoon, El Segundo, California Marketing, Accounting and Management and Human Resources Sarah Olivia Gross, Payette Marketing Amy Lynn Jacobsen, Hayden Management and Human Resources Magna cum laude **Megan Elise Grubb, Lewiston Finance and Marketing Jenai Nicole Jasper, Lewiston Finance and Accounting Orrin Joseph Guanell, Idaho Falls Management and Human Resources Jacob Hanry Johnson, Hermiston, Oregon Production/Operations Management and Finance Nestor Jesus Guzman, Pasco, Washington Information Systems and Production/Operations Management **Jordan Daniel Johnson, Moscow Accounting Nicholas Patrick Hamilton, Buhl Finance **Courtney Elizabeth Johnston, Sammamish, Washington Management and Human Resources **Jerid William Hammer, Caldwell Finance and Production/Operations Management Riley Robert Jones, Boise Business Economics Chang Noung Han, Cheon-An City, South Korea Marketing Chelsie Kaye Jorgensen, Idaho Falls Accounting Kelsey Elizabeth Hanson, Orofino Management and Human Resources *Eric Joseph Kiblen, Moscow Finance *Megan Elizabeth Hanson, Richland, Washington Management and Human Resources and Marketing Madison Jean Kolb, Rathdrum Accounting **Elizabeth Anne Harbert, Boise Marketing and Management and Human Resources Kody Paul Laggis, American Falls Finance and Accounting *Eric J. Harlen, Moscow Information Systems **Adam Jared Lang, Ellensburg, Washington Information Systems Erica J. Hart, Spokane, Washington Management and Human Resources *Curtis James Lannen, Glasgow, Montana Accounting Charles Ravi Hatch, Moscow Marketing *Alexander Nicholas Larson, Bellevue, Washington Information Systems **Karissa Rae Haxby, Boise Management and Human Resources Jonathon Arthur Latorre, Dalton Gardens Business Economics **Robb Stephen Haydon, Gig Harbor, Washington Finance and Production/Operations Management Lauren Teresa Lavigne, Wallace Accounting Casey Wallace Hayward, Harrison Production/Operations Management Rebecca Selena Leavitt, Parma Management and Human Resources and Marketing Jeffrey Langdon Heath, Boise Marketing **Jaegyu Lee, Daejeon, South Korea Accounting – 46 – Peter Hayden Leslie, Bainbridge Island, Washington Business Economics and Finance Michael Scott Norby, Boise Accounting Daniel John Lierman-Burns, Hazelton Marketing and Marketing **Marissa Marie Norton, Veradale, Washington Management and Human Resources and Marketing Edward Irvin Maxwell Lowry, Coeur d’Alene Management and Human Resources Wesley James O’Bryan, Moscow Marketing and Production/Operations Management **Mitchell Jacob Lucero, Hayden Finance Sean Michael O’Connor, Kamiah Business Economics Christopher George Luke, Desmet Management and Human Resources Jonathan Ross Oates, Caldwell Information Systems **Daniel Christian Lund, Drummond, Montana Management and Human Resources Julie Michele Obermeyer, Emmett Accounting *Joel Michael Mahoney, Bellevue, Washington Management and Human Resources **Berkley Vaughn Olmstead, Boise Finance *Brittany Noel Marcum, Wasilla, Alaska Accounting Erica Lee Olsen, Coeur d’Alene Production/Operations Management **Danielle Lorraine Maynard, Boise Management and Human Resources **Katrina Annette Ortwein, Lakeview, Oregon Production/Operations Management Meaghan Ann McCloskey, Kenmore, Washington Marketing **Robert William Otander, Boise Production/Operations Management and Information Systems Jennifer Lee McConnell, Boise Marketing Cassandra T. Outhenthapanya, Boise Management and Human Resources Benjamin Thomas McDonnell-Ramsey, Dover Finance Courtney Rene Owens, Coeur d’Alene Management and Human Resources *Jacob Michael McInnally, Garden Valley Marketing Dana Marie Panter, Rigby Accounting Jerred Paul McKinney, Breckenridge, Colorado Marketing Kathryn Elizabeth Papineau, Moscow Accounting *Andrew Scott Meaux, Sandpoint Accounting and Production/Operations Management Jacob Michael Parish, Hagerman Accounting Juan Camilo Meza, Emmett Management and Human Resources **Brenden James Pattee, Spokane, Washington Production/Operations Management and Business Economics **Fredrick Abiud Mhidze, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Accounting Andrea Lynn Peacock, Meridian Marketing Neil Andrew Mickelsen, Rexburg Marketing Jason Matthew Perry, Hayden Production/Operations Management Stephen Daniel Millheim, Potlatch Business Economics and Finance Cum laude Jason Patrick Perry, Hayden Lake Marketing **John Brian Millick, Eagle Finance and Accounting **Cody Allen Peters, Cadott, Wisconsin Marketing **Evan Joseph Mitchell, Sisters, Oregon Marketing Sam Durand Phillips, Pinehurst, North Carolina Production/Operations Management **Eric Forrest Montgomery, La Grande, Oregon Management and Human Resources Asa A. Pierce, St. Maries Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources *Ryan Gregory Morrow, Eagle Accounting Todd J. Pinter, Garfield, Washington Operations Management and Finance Koji D. Moy, Boise Business Economics Magna cum laude Taylor Elliott Plant, Las Vegas, Nevada Business Economics William Thomas Myers, Boise Management and Human Resources Zachary Kane Preston, Moscow Production/Operations Management and Information Systems Erin A. Naughton, Boise Accounting Sara A. Randolph, Boise Marketing Scott Christopher Nelson, Spokane, Washington Marketing Rebecca Colleen Red, Oak Harbor, Washington Finance and Accounting Kylee Renee Neumann, Boise Management and Human Resources Nathan Daniel Rench, Sandpoint Production/Operations Management Megan Rachel Newnham, Post Falls Marketing Joseph David Renner, Moscow Information Systems Ian Andrew Noack, Boise Operations Management and Business Economics Magna cum laude Megan Alyssa Reyes, Moscow Marketing – 47 – **Maxwell Glenn Riggs, Spokane, Washington Marketing Halle Alexandra Smith, Boise Management and Human Resources and Marketing **Josh Riley, Elko, Nevada Production/Operations Management and Marketing Jeremy Tyler Smithee, Moscow Management and Human Resources *Sean Conner Riley, Kennewick, Washington Marketing Nels Erik Solberg, Grangeville Finance Peter Thomas Ritter, Eagle Accounting Vincent Michael Stanaszek, Issaquah, Washington Information Systems *Kendra Dawn Roberts, McCall Accounting Kurtis Emmett Stark, Boise Management and Human Resources *Bryan Lee Romey, Moscow Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources Michael Anthony Steffens, Troy, Ohio Production/Operations Management and Marketing **Melody Suzanne Ronningen, Coeur d’Alene Accounting and Finance Molly Marie Stinson, Happy Valley, Oregon Management and Human Resources and Marketing Taylor Lynn Rowe, Sammamish, Washington Management and Human Resources Kelly David Strough, Boise Production/Operations Management Kori Patricia Roy, Anchorage, Alaska Production/Operations Management and Information Systems **Nickolaus Marvin Stutzman, Sandpoint Information Systems and Production/Operations Management David Henson Royall, Mill Valley, California Marketing Michael Lawrence Surdyk, Snohomish, Washington Management and Human Resources Kelsey Marie Rozzano, Graham, Washington Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources Kyle Andrew Sutton, Boise Management and Human Resources Alyse Ruggles, Spokane, Washington Marketing Riley Kathleen Swanson, Clarkston, Washington Finance Summa cum laude **Adam James Russell, Filer Accounting Summa cum laude Stephen Joseph Teske, Idaho Falls Management and Human Resources **Angelica Maria Salazar, Boise Management and Human Resources *Adam Steven Thompson, Ward Cove, Alaska Finance Nicolas Cusato Salemme, Walla Walla, Washington Management and Human Resources and Production/Operations Management Niquel Elizabeth Toevs, Albuquerque, New Mexico Accounting Cassandra Rani San, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Marketing Zach Thomas Tolmie, Homedale Finance Marketing Cum laude Mathias Robert Schaefer, Great Falls, Montana Finance **James Joseph Toy, Boise Nicholas Earl Tunison, Boise Finance Lauren Michelle Schaffer, Boise Finance Grace Kathryn Schory, Chewelah, Washington Marketing Brooke Nicole Turk, Boise Marketing Spencer Tip Schumacher, Meridian Operations Management and Finance Hanna Colleen Uhling, Orofino Management and Human Resources and Marketing Heidi Marie Score, Moscow Management and Human Resources *Maria del Carmen Valdez Trejo, Mexico City, Mexico Finance **Broderick Lee Sellman, Bothell, Washington Accounting and Finance Christopher Scott Van Winkle, Heppner, Oregon Marketing and Management and Human Resources Tracey Alexandria Sheehan, Boise Business Economics Natalie Suzanne VanDenBerg, Sandpoint Marketing Alyssa Marie Shirley, Idaho Falls Management and Human Resources *Alyssa Marie VanNoy, Colbert, Washington Marketing and Management and Human Resources Philip David Short, Boise Accounting Megan Tess VanderKarr, Sandpoint Management and Human Resources Aubry Ann Silkworth, Spokane, Washington Accounting and Marketing Maria Cruz Vanegas Rodriguez, Meridian Accounting Casey Bowman Silveria, Caldwell Finance Andrea Michele Vanness, Weiser Production/Operations Management Andrew Dylan Simon, Boise Business Economics **Devan Annalise Vega, Post Falls Marketing **Trevor Charles Simpkins, Issaquah, Washington Production/Operations Management and Information Systems Hugo C. Velazquez, Nampa Management and Human Resources and Production/Operations Management Travis Michael Sklar, Boise Marketing Kayleigh Marie Vergnetti, Eagle River, Alaska Management and Human Resources – 48 – Gregory Taylor Wagner, Vancouver, Washington Marketing Magna cum laude **Melissa Shaylee Wetzel, Moscow Management and Human Resources **Jessica LeAnne Wagner, Farmington, Washington Production/Operations Management and Management and Human Resources Christopher Thomas Whipps, Eagle Accounting Justin Alan Wagner, Lewiston Production/Operations Management and Information Systems Michael Scott White, Spokane, Washington Accounting and Finance Richard Rayal Walker, Pollock Pines, California Accounting Finance Magna cum laude Drew Michael Wilkinson, Sandpoint Production/Operations Management **Dustin A. Walsh, Sandpoint **Alec S. Ward, Sandpoint Marketing **Richard Totorica Wilson, Boise Accounting **Nathaniel Carl Wittenburg, Alexandria, Minnesota Marketing **Conner David Watkins, Twin Falls Management and Human Resources **Yong Xiao, Tianjin, People’s Republic of China Accounting Rachel Noel Wessel, Coeur d’Alene Management and Human Resources Michelle Lynn Yeager, Kennewick, Washington Operations Management and Management and Human Resources – 49 – C ollege of E ducation **Ellie Jo Cantrell, Bruneau Physical Education Established in 1920. Corinne Mantle-Bromley, Ph.D., Dean Bachelor of Science in Dance Karissa Lee Jacobs, Idaho Falls Virginia Rose Robinson, Walla Walla, Washington Kathleen DeEdna Shuter, Boise **Andrea Louise Carr, Twin Falls Secondary Education Amanda Joan Cayler, Kendrick Elementary Education Bachelor of Science in Education Tiffany Kaye Aarestad, Athol Elementary Education Elementary Education Cum laude **Kayla LeeAnn Chinnock, Emmett Elementary Education Secondary Education Cum laude Jake Michael Clausen, Hayden **Hawley Michelle Conger, Coeur d’Alene Elementary Education **Kevin James Alt, Fairbanks, Alaska **Misty Dawn Amarena, Driggs Secondary Education **Andre Corpus, Boardman, Oregon Professional-Technical and Technology Education Hannah McGuire Anderson, Boise Secondary Education **McKenzie Ann Crisp, Boise Elementary Education Secondary Education Summa cum laude Tatianna Rachelle Anderson, Boise Elementary Education **Karlee Cysewski, Coeur d’Alene **Emily Jean Danielson, Post Falls Elementary Education Kaitlyn Nicole Armstrong, Boise Elementary Education Megan Sylvia Augustin, Anchorage, Alaska Secondary Education **Aubree Elizabeth Dauenhauer, Butte, Montana Elementary Education Derek Stuart Ax, Lewiston Secondary Education Kelsi Rae DeHaas, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education Elementary Education Cum laude **Jennifer Lynn Barker, Bonners Ferry Physical Education **Candace Marie DeMeester, Boise Nara Lin Decker, Rathdrum Elementary Education Kathy S. Baxter, Moscow Secondary Education Elementary Education Cum laude Katherine Lucile Beck, Meridian **Kari Marie Berkshire, Pinehurst Elementary Education *Angel Dominguez, Warden, Washington Secondary Education *Sarah Michelle Doty, Moscow Elementary Education Ashley Jean Bertsch, Post Falls Elementary Education Secondary Education Cum laude Angelie M. Duran, Boise Secondary Education **Heather Jessica Bingman, Coeur d’Alene Hannah Lee Bliss, Seattle, Washington Secondary Education *Jennifer L. Durocher, Coeur d’Alene Elementary Education **Amy Nicole Eskeberg, Bellingham, Washington Elementary Education Josh Thomas Bolt, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education Laura Rebecca Exley, Kennewick, Washington Elementary Education **Kyle Reid Bresnahan, Vancouver, Washington Elementary Education **Allison Ann Frazier, Pinehurst Elementary Education Jacob Nathan Briles, Post Falls Physical Education Samantha CarolAnn Fritz, North Powder, Oregon Elementary Education **Heather Lynn Brown, Post Falls Elementary Education **Kirstin Desiree Fullerton, Eagle Elementary Education **Justine Allene Brown, Rathdrum Secondary Education Elementary Education Cum laude **Kali J. Gilbertson, Kennewick, Washington Career and Technical Education *Kylie Dawn Brown, Boise Veronica Michele Bruess, Hailey Elementary Education Elementary Education Summa cum laude Elizabeth Margaret Gill, Moscow Elementary Education **Tyler Patrick Gilligan, Wasilla, Alaska Professional-Technical and Technology Education **Scott Daniel Busch, Hayden Aaron A. Cameron, Post Falls Elementary Education Courtney Paige Gilpin, Eagle River, Alaska Secondary Education Charly R. Goettsche, Nampa Elementary Education – 50 – Shea Ann Gohr, Idaho Falls Elementary Education Sean Theron Lyon, Sandpoint Secondary Education Kayla Michelle Gordon, Kuna Elementary Education Seth Levi Magnuson, Moscow Secondary Education Laura Allison Greenwood, Boise Elementary Education Britnie Anne Martin, Colville, Washington Elementary Education *Frances Caroline Hall, Idaho Falls Elementary Education Angela Dawn McAnulty, Meridian Elementary Education Elementary Education Cum laude **Brianne Nicole Hamilton, Fruitland Elementary Education **Kaelyn Joy McClaine, Moscow Sarai Lynn McCormick, Sandpoint Secondary Education **Katelyn Hannah Hammond, Bend, Oregon Elementary Education **Courtney K. Harder, Shelley Secondary Education Michelle Marie McCullough, Hayden Secondary Education Kaitlyn E. Harris, Chelan, Washington Elementary Education **Kourtni Alice McHugh, Missoula, Montana Elementary Education Summa cum laude Lael Eileen Hatch, Dalton Gardens Elementary Education Elementary Education Summa cum laude Joshua Adam McKain, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education Kenna G. Hawkins, Boise **Kristin Gale Hawkins, Meridian Secondary Education Travis Merriman, Morton, Washington Elementary Education **Hailey Ingrid Meyer, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Elementary Education **Nicholas Robert Hazeltine, Walla Walla, Washington Physical Education Alexander Michael Meyers, Grand View Elementary Education **Alicia Diane Hensen, Issaquah, Washington Elementary Education Cynthia Lynn Modjeski, Portland, Oregon Elementary Education *Jennifer Ann Holcomb, Hayden Elementary Education **Lindsay Kay Moore, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education **Joel Daniel Holmes, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education Tyler James Morgan, Anchorage, Alaska Secondary Education Brittany Alexandra Howe, Troy Elementary Education **Chelsie Anne Murray, Spokane, Washington Secondary Education **Cari Ann Hubbard, Lewiston Elementary Education Elementary Education Cum laude **Joshua James Myers, Parma Elementary Education Aisha D. Hunter, Pocatello *Jean Francisco Jabal, Moscow Elementary Education Noel Maria Neagle, Nine Mile Falls, Washington Elementary Education Michael John Nichols, Boise Physical Education **Jens Ryan Jacobsen, Athol Secondary Education **Jens Karl Olson, Sandpoint Professional-Technical and Technology Education Richard Rogers Jarvis, Havre, Montana Secondary Education *Jennifer Lorraine Olvera, Payette Elementary Education Brigette Nichole Johnson, Troy Elementary Education Lauren Michelle Osborne, Boise Elementary Education **Marika Noel Josephsen, Boise Elementary Education **Anthony James Oslund, Hayden Secondary Education *Derek Alan Kahler, Billings, Montana Secondary Education Delfino Osorio Garcia, Bridgeport, Washington Secondary Education Alicia Kathryn Kane, New Plymouth Elementary Education **William Patrick Overgaard, Weiser Secondary Education **Megan Michele Karas, Vancouver, Washington Professional-Technical and Technology Education Andrea Jordan Ozuna, Caldwell Elementary Education Billy Jack Kerns, Oldtown Career and Technical Education *Danielle Jeanne Page, Dalton Gardens Secondary Education **Kristen Louise Klock, Wenatchee, Washington Elementary Education Seth Curtis Parks, Kendrick School and Community Health Education Brianna Catherine Knudtsen, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education Elementary Education Summa cum laude Michele Rene Patton, Pinehurst Elementary Education Trista Ashley Lynn, Coeur d’Alene Erin Alicia Pfeiffer, Coeur d’Alene Elementary Education – 51 – **Anna Lynn Rau, Mill Creek, Washington Elementary Education Catherine Joyce Wimer, Boise Secondary Education Christopher J. Regan, Coeur d’Alene Elementary Education Ashley Marie Winsor, Cool, California Elementary Education **Alyssa Lynn Remsen, Sandpoint Elementary Education **Morgan Diane Woods, Boise Elementary Education Cynthia Kaye Repp, Lewiston Elementary Education Kassidy Emmanda Worthwine, Boise Secondary Education Hanna Jeane Ridgeway, Boise Elementary Education *Isaac Nevin Yost, Coeur d’Alene Secondary Education Ronda Lynn Risovi, Graham, Washington Elementary Education Secondary Education Cum laude **Christopher Pablo Yzquierdo, Weiser Physical Education Esmeralda Ruesga, Caldwell NaTosha LeeAnn Schaeffer, Ferdinand Secondary Education Secondary Education Cum laude **Hilary Carmen Ziegler, New Plymouth Elementary Education Sierra Lynn Schenck, Idaho Falls **Christine Maria Scholte, Mountain Home Elementary Education Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Jerrad Geoffroy Alcock, Astoria, Oregon Exercise Science and Health Kathryn Elena Bisig, Boise Exercise Science and Health **Adam Richard Schwaderer, Hayden Physical Education **Brianna Mackenzie Boland, Idaho Falls Exercise Science and Health Kristina Ann Shain, Boise Elementary Education *Calleagh Cecelia Brown, Eugene, Oregon Exercise Science and Health Jacqueline Nadine Sherwood, St. Maries Elementary Education **Tyson R. Bundtrock, Eagle Exercise Science and Health Molly Teresa Shine, Auburn, Washington Elementary Education Ian Mattew Campbell, Eagle Exercise Science and Health Exercise Science and Health Cum laude Brianna Marie Smith, Hermiston, Oregon Elementary Education Janelle Lindsay Chow, Mercer Island, Washington **Kelli Ann Collins, Colbert, Washington Exercise Science and Health Lindsey Janell Stark, Coeur d’Alene Elementary Education **Michael Eugene Stroh, St. Maries Secondary Education *John Joseph Cook, Sandpoint Exercise Science and Health **Ashley Carice Suggs, Boise Elementary Education Kelsey Diane Craft, Longview, Washington Exercise Science and Health **Andrew Joseph Taruscio, Moscow Secondary Education Donavon Andre Cunningham, Vancouver, Washington Exercise Science and Health Matthew Vincent Telleria, Boise Secondary Education Sally Ann Dutson, Sandpoint Exercise Science and Health *Justine Alice Textor, Sequim, Washington Physical Education Jennifer Lynn Eastin, Springfield, Oregon Athletic Training Sean P. Thomas, Twin Falls Secondary Education **Nicole LeeAnn Eidemiller, Nampa Exercise Science and Health **Caroline Marie Trail, Moscow Secondary Education **Michelle Marie Finley, Kennewick, Washington Exercise Science and Health **Daniel Robert Tudor, Meridian Professional-Technical and Technology Education Amanda Jane Francis, Anchorage, Alaska Exercise Science and Health Kristine Marie Vaudreuil, Coeur d’Alene Elementary Education Elementary Education Cum laude Sunni Nicole Fuller, Gold Bar, Washington Exercise Science and Health Heather Paige Vogwill, Coeur d’Alene Ashley Nicole Walker, St. Maries Elementary Education Elementary Education Cum laude Samuel James Garnett, Joseph, Oregon Athletic Training *Hollie Dawn Garrison, Redmond, Washington Exercise Science and Health Harper Amanda Wallen, Moscow Kara Lynn Walton, Fruitland Secondary Education Elementary Education Cum laude Cum laude Hannah Cheranden Gilmour, Pasco, Washington Exercise Science and Health Emma Lou Goode, Sweet Exercise Science and Health *Megan Elizabeth Wilson, Mountain Home *Mitchell Malcolm Gottschalk, Sammamish, Washington Exercise Science and Health – 52 – Jessica Mary Ann Gould, Boise Exercise Science and Health Courtney Elizabeth Rupert, Boise Exercise Science and Health **Matt Arron Greene, Boise Exercise Science and Health Jennalee Kathrine Ryan, Fruitland Athletic Training Isabelle Anne Guthrie, Sandpoint Exercise Science and Health Rachel Helene Sandvig, Spokane, Washington Exercise Science and Health *Anne Marie Hafer, Weiser Exercise Science and Health **Casey Keith Schooley, Coeur d’Alene Exercise Science and Health Keli Marie Hall, Lakeview, Oregon Exercise Science and Health **Timothy J. Schultz, Careywood Exercise Science and Health *James N. Higley, Shelley Exercise Science and Health Jordan Andrea Shagina, Coeur d’Alene Exercise Science and Health Gregory L. Holcomb, Grangeville Exercise Science and Health **Adrienne Elizabeth H. Shiels, Canberra, Australia Exercise Science and Health Victoria Grace Hommel, Boise Athletic Training **Andrea Blackburn Swenson, Boise Sport Science **Victoria Elizabeth Johnson, Sandpoint Exercise Science and Health *Jason Micheal Valois, Coeur d’Alene Exercise Science and Health *Reed Jeffrey Kaus, Sidney, Nebraska Exercise Science and Health John Michael Wakkinen, Bonners Ferry Exercise Science and Health Chase William Krohn, Issaquah, Washington Exercise Science and Health Cody Allen Waters, Vale, Oregon Athletic Training Chase Chantel Lane, Lake Tapps, Washington Exercise Science and Health Keith Michael Wear, Moscow Athletic Training Yusen Lin, Bellevue, Washington Exercise Science and Health Michelle Taylor Wilson, Boise Exercise Science and Health Cameron Seth Lorbiecki, Snohomish, Washington Exercise Science and Health *Daniel Joseph Wittrock, Mead, Washington Exercise Science and Health Kathryn Suzanne Lutjens, Vale, Oregon Exercise Science and Health **Logan B. Wrigley, Moscow Exercise Science and Health *Jacob Allen Lyter, Emmett Exercise Science and Health Matthew Christopher Martin, Moscow Athletic Training Bachelor of Science in Recreation **James Trocino Barron, Vancouver, Washington Jessica Michelle Brand, Portland, Oregon Mathew James Conger, Coeur d’Alene *Heidi Lea Dudley, Moscow **Robert Anthony Duran, Boise Nicole Dawn Fisher, Hailey Matthew Lynn Gooch, Kimberly Erika Iveta Ikstrums, Sammamish, Washington Cum laude Andree’ Le Maxwell, Boise Exercise Science and Health **Jeffrey Moore McCullough, Boise Exercise Science and Health **Ty Clayton Medley, Riggins Exercise Science and Health Michelle Mollison, Colbert, Washington Athletic Training Laura Lynn Monroe, Boise Exercise Science and Health *Jenna Marie Lane, Meridian *Shane Steven Meyer, Boise **Dirk Allen Plumlee, Coeur d’Alene *KC Elliott Sheffler, Desmet *Sara E. Skinner, Weatherly, Pennsylvania Cum laude *Margaret Emma Morton, Meridian Exercise Science and Health Allyssa D. Nilsson, Lewiston Exercise Science and Health *Katie D. Pruett, Hailey Exercise Science and Health Erin K. Richardson, Yakima, Washington Exercise Science and Health **Matthew William Robinson, Boise Exercise Science and Health *Jacob MacKenzie Roblee, Idaho Falls Exercise Science and Health Cassandra Marie Stokholm, Rochester, New York Jesse L. Stone, Grangeville Samuel James Thackeray, McCall **Anna Margaret Waterous, Sandpoint *Dani Marie Roesler, Boise Exercise Science and Health **Ellen Nichole Rouse, Orofino Exercise Science and Health – 53 – C ollege of E ngineering **Kristian Carl Henrickson, Spokane, Washington Summa cum laude Established in 1907. Larry A. Stauffer, Ph.D., Dean Bachelor of Science in Biological and Agricultural Engineering Parker Thomas Burton, John Day, Oregon Caitlin Alley Keith, Chugiak, Alaska Joshua Daniel Miller, Portland, Oregon Cailin Marie Penberthy, Lewiston John Mogley Samter, Bonners Ferry Nora Sedgwick, Post Falls Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Jacob R. Bow, Gooding Magna cum laude Erik Benjamin Brist, Kennewick, Washington Samantha L. Buttram, Winnemucca, Nevada Benjamin Jared Cook, Smelterville **Nicholas William Eimers, Grangeville Jeffrey Steven Fischer, Deary Clayton Barrett Fosberg, Liberty Lake, Washington Heinrik Christian Goettsche, Nampa Brandon Taylor Hardie, Cheney, Washington Connor James Hill, Spokane, Washington Darby Joseph Hoss, Spokane, Washington Grant Ronay Howard, Cloudcroft, New Mexico Summa cum laude Mirna Lizeth Hurtado Salinas, Rupert Jake Robert Knox,West Richland, Washington Shawn Michael Murphy, Kooskia Cum laude Travis Williams Nelson, Boise Magna cum laude Robert Jesus Herrera, Hauser **Anibal Christian Hidalgo Mejico, Hailey Rachel Charis Hill, Rathdrum Zack Edward Hill, Boise Mitchell Tanner Jared, Pierce Molly Shea Loucks, Eagle **Amanda Nicole McDowell, Silverton, Oregon Jesus Ismael Medina, Walla Walla, Washington Lauren Marie Millard, Spokane, Washington Nicolas Leonardo Pena, Walla Walla, Washington Austin Niels Petersen, Jerome **Michaela Rae Petersen, Moscow Marvin Victor Ramirez, Gooding Samuel T. Reagle, Boise **Andrew Gale Reed, Ririe Derek Austin Rich, Gresham, Oregon David Rico, Madras, Oregon Brett James Seely, Idaho Falls **Jacob Richard Sevigny, Granger, Washington Matthew Camp Sipple, Garden Valley **Edmond James Stowe, Coeur d’Alene Bryan David Tappel, Brier, Washington Bradford Keith Tower, Boise Michael Daniel Vanlydegraf, Boise Ashley Wynn Vincent,Charlo, Montana Casey Robert Walton, Coeur d’Alene **Benjamin Scott Watson, Boise Jordan Michael Winkelseth, Bonners Ferry Genaro Rivera-Gutierrez, Cashmere, Washington Bryan Joseph Stafford, Boise Nathan Michael Suhr, Hayden Kevin Andrew Tolman, Boise Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Darren Parker Allen, Burbank, Washington Ian Allistaire Hill, Kent, Washington Daniel Alejandro Mazo, Victor Trace Christopher McGrady, Boise Cum laude Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Thomas John Allen, Moscow Rashell Renea Beckman, Eagle Summa cum laude Briana Kay Bradley, Boise **DeAnn Rose Brown, Spokane, Washington Magna cum laude Gregory Joseph Parker, Sterling, Alaska Kyle J. Swenson, Boise Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Joshua Thomas Armstrong, Emmett **Coleman Kenyatta Beasley, Boise Zachary Josiah Curtis, Potlatch Alex James Dean, Coeur d’Alene Austin K. Enfield, Post Falls Jason C. Fletcher, Challis Cum laude Sean Michael Christen, Hayden **Robert W. Combs, Wasilla, Alaska **Kevin Edward Ducar, Spokane Valley, Washington **Patrick Jay Edelblute, Rathdrum Joseph Andrew Eiras, Livermore, California **Alexander Scott Grover, Boise Nicholas Rodney Hanson, Spokane, Washington Luke Melvin Hendricks, St. Maries **Jacob Arthur Flynn, Boise – 54 – Cable Lee Johnson, Spokane Valley, Washington Jeremy Dean Klas, Moscow Nathan James Krussel, Covington, Washington **Lorin C. Morse, Idaho Falls *Abhay Sadanand Patil, Dombivli, India Theora Renae Rice, Sandpoint **Michael Alfred Solomon, Middleton Summa cum laude Sushant Kshetri, Kathmandu, Nepal Tshering Thendup Sherpa, Kathmandu, Nepal Nikunja Shrestha, Pokhara, Nepal Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Brandon Michael Bakken, Spokane, Washington *Nathan Robert Bartel, Osburn Brian Allen Bond, Vale, Oregon Cum laude **Sasha Tatianna Solomon, Coeur d’Alene Morgan Emily Weir, Anchorage, Alaska **David Morgan Wells, Coeur d’Alene Ryan Nelson Bowen, Lewiston *Michael David Brewster, Sammamish, Washington *Cody James Brumett, Boise Ian Paul Clarke, Coeur d’Alene Vincent William Colson, Carson City, Nevada **Jeremy L. Cuddihy, Lewiston Tyler Reed D’Amato, Black Diamond, Washington Jesus De La Cruz, Bellevue **Travis William Doerzaph, Coeur d’Alene Christopher James Doudy, Boise **Erik Joseph Duncan, Spokane Valley, Washington Mark B. Eisenhuth, Newman Lake, Washington John T. Feusi, Boise Summa cum laude Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering **Mohanad Hamed M. Alharbi, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia **Robert Joseph Allender, Boise Benjamin Dean Barr, Nampa Joshua James Burns, Moscow **Nicholas Ramon Canto, Colville, Washington Nathan Lee Clark, Rexburg Magna cum laude **Neelima Dahal, Kathmandu, Nepal Cum laude Kenneth Alan Fletcher, Richland, Washington Cum laude Spencer Allen Goodall, Post Falls Danu B. Hankins, Springfield, Virginia Cum laude *Theodore Thomas Florence, Boise Adriana Foreman, Viola *Joshua David Foss, Fruitland Nicholas W. Frazey, Post Falls **Bryce Thomas Gill, Johnson City, Tennessee **Gustavo Guillen, Boise Joseph Hepner, Post Falls **Christapher Lee Hill, Craigmont Andrew Francis Ivy, Anchorage, Alaska Joshua Herbert Jenkins, Rathdrum Ryan Lee Kahre, Middleton Kurran Wayne Kelly, Buhl Summa cum laude Jay David Hartshorn, Boise Ian Richard Haynes, Clarkston, Washington Jennifer Lee Agee Jones, Eagle River, Alaska Louis Ryan Litzko, Rathdrum Wesley Neal Matej, Coeur d’Alene Daniel Steven Micheletti, Meridian Summa cum laude **Jeffrey A. Osterberg, Moscow Justin Ray Postma, Gooding Magna cum laude **Weston Hal Ricks, Teton Matthew Jay Schwisow, Kennewick, Washington Hemraj Shahi, Karnali, Nepal Caitlin Eleanor Short, Vale, Oregon Magna cum laude Henry Aaron Thompson, Post Falls **Giselle Suzette Veach, Vancouver, Washington Conner Alan von Huene, Meridian Zhao Liang, Dalian, People’s Republic of China Rory McDonald Lilley, Addy, Washington Brian David Lockner, Estacada, Oregon Sarah Virginia Lynn, Moscow Jordan Lee Maag, Caldwell Seth Daniel Massey, Ferndale, Washington Jake B. McLean, Oakland, Oregon Cum laude Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering *Brad James Burroughs, Lebanon, Oregon Kristofer Michael Dole, Rathdrum Jeffry James Fergen, Pasco, Washington Kyle Frederick Fickenwirth, Lewiston Darren William Greer, Post Falls Kyle Justin Morse, Moscow Cum laude Colby Reinert Nahas, Alamo, California Marcus Earl Nelson, Payette **Brian Joshua Norman, Boise Chad T. Nuxoll, Lewiston **Christopher Ohlinger, Renton, Washington – 55 – Brandt Patrick Pedrow, Moscow *John Petrofski, Spokane, Washington Ruth Sylva Reeber, Mountlake Terrace, Washington Ujjwal Shrestha, Kathmandu, Nepal Nils Matthew Jon Sjoren, Hermiston, Oregon **Steven Christopher Slippy, La Grande, Oregon Phillip Thomas Spinden, Delta, Colorado Magna cum laude Bachelor of Science in Technology **Christopher Dale Floyd Baker, Idaho Falls Technology Training and Development Magna cum laude *Cad Lee Christensen, Blackfoot Technology Training and Development *Adam Robert Croker, Idaho Falls Technology Training and Development Donald Wade Duncan, Ammon Technology Training and Development Eric Edward Sprague, Las Vegas, Nevada Bryan Joseph Stafford, Boise **Casey J. Sweeney, Rathdrum Jeffrey Arthur Tracy, Gresham, Oregon Silas Ross Van Natter, Priest River Joshua Perry Van Patten, Filer Cum laude Tyler Ray Gardner, Idaho Falls Technology Training and Development **Steven Gerard, Idaho Falls Technology Training and Development Technology Training and Development Cum laude **Veryl Craig Kirkpatrick, Idaho Falls **Gage Parker, Idaho Falls Technology Training and Development Magna cum laude **Giselle Suzette Veach, Vancouver, Washington **Steven Thomas Watts, Bellingham, Washington Kelsea Laine Wilkins, Grangeville Neil Joseph Wimer, Boise Summa cum laude Jason Scott Sams, Idaho Falls Technology Training and Development Frederick Scott Van Stone, Firth Technology Training and Development Alec Alan Wyland, Pendleton, Oregon Brian L. Zaladonis, Idaho Falls â€“ 56 â€“ C ollege of L etters , A rts & S ocial S ciences **Kristen A. Carey, Post Falls Political Science Established in 2002. Katherine G. Aiken, Ph.D., Dean Bachelor of Arts Toluwani Elizabeth Adekunle, Accra, Ghana International Studies International Studies Summa cum laude **Andrea Louise Carr, Twin Falls English *Shannon Kae Ahmad, Caldwell Mohammad Abid Ali Khan Akbar, Islamabad, Pakistan Advertising Cortney M. Casperson, Inkom Sociology Lilia A. Centeno, Othello, Washington Spanish Jeremiah R. Akin, Moscow English Ashley Lorraine Centers, Rathdrum English Gabriella Elise Alonso, Meridian International Studies and Spanish Jordan N. Chandler, Coeur d’Alene International Studies *Raquel Josefina Amador, Athol Anthropology Kasen John Christensen, Caldwell Journalism and History Cum laude Kylie Dawn Anderson, Hailey Latin-American Studies and Foreign Languages Spanish and Anthropology **Ross William Clifford, Sun Valley English Maranda Gitten Andersson, The Woodlands, Texas Kristine Ashleigh Atkinson, San Clemente, California International Studies Glenna J. Coffey, Craig, Alaska Foreign Languages and Music: History and Literature Cum laude Cassidy Ann Coy, Lewiston Philosophy Derek Stuart Ax, Lewiston English Thomas Cruz, Hailey International Studies Samantha Ann Baker, Canyon Country, California History and Political Science **Karlee Cysewski, Coeur d’Alene English Marissa Nohemi Barba, Caldwell Sociology **Hannah R. Decker, Boise Foreign Languages Melyssa Renee Barrera, Nampa English Madison Lindsay Deffe, Ketchum International Studies and Spanish Lex William Becker, Bonners Ferry International Studies Daniel Vincent Derig, Emmett International Studies Ryan W. Beitz, Pullman, Washington English Gregory James Dobak, Elko, Nevada International Studies and Political Science Cum laude Emily D. Benjamin, Great Falls, Montana Foreign Languages and Music: Applied Music Randall Blake Dobslaw, Swedesboro, New Jersey International Studies Keshia Ann Blandford, Moscow Political Science Alexander Earl Doler, Coeur d’Alene International Studies, Spanish and Latin-American Studies Magna cum laude **Brian Thomas Blee, Dalton Gardens English *Angel Dominguez, Warden, Washington Foreign Languages Hannah Lee Bliss, Seattle, Washington Foreign Languages Leyalle Christine Donnelly, Arvada, Colorado Public Relations Hilary Rachael Bowen, Veradale, Washington International Studies **Caitlin Ann Downs, Benton City, Washington International Studies Chelsea Anne Boxall, Boulder, Colorado International Studies Keila Jean Dubois, Boise Music: Applied Music Kirsten Louise Brandt, Coeur d’Alene Philosophy Calley Frances Duke, Meridian International Studies Blake Edward Brown, Anchorage, Alaska Political Science **Sebastian Hans Edgerton, Chimacum, Washington Journalism Brandilyn Kay Brown, Anchorage, Alaska Spanish and Political Science Emily Jo Egbert, Emmett English Courtney Miqel Jo Buratto, Coeur d’Alene International Studies Elisa Anne Eiguren, Jordan Valley, Oregon Journalism Olivia Mary Calza, Moscow Broadcasting and Digital Media Hattie Jennette Emmett, Lakewood, Washington International Studies Victor Canales-Gamino, Mountain Home Sociology and Foreign Languages John Tauali’i Epperson, Rigby International Studies and Political Science – 57 – Joana Espinoza, Moscow Organizational Sciences Nicole Suzanne Henderson, Boise International Studies and Foreign Languages Summa cum laude **Payton Joel Fergusson, Caldwell International Studies and Foreign Languages Angela Renae Heuring, Boise International Studies **Kelly Elizabeth Finnerty, Port Orchard, Washington History Erin Johnelle Heuring, Boise International Studies and English English Cum laude Ryan Joseph Fitting, Coeur d’Alene Philosophy Melissa Morgan Hightower, Paso Robles, California Hailey Marie Hirst, Boise English Cum laude Magna cum laude Jill Marina Flockhart, Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada International Studies International Studies Cum laude Gareth Stephen Ford, Genesee *Sean Michael Foster, Mountain Home International Studies and French Aaron Donald Hoisington, Moyie Springs Latin-American Studies and Foreign Languages International Studies and Foreign Languages Oliver Wendell Holmstrom, Kodiak, Alaska Madison Taylor Hulsey, Boise Foreign Languages and International Studies Courtney Rose Frederic, Anchorage, Alaska Anthropology Spencer Wyatt Fullmer, Hailey History David A. Humphreys, Coeur d’Alene Journalism **Kyra Shannon Gee, John Day, Oregon English **Virginia Frances Hutchings, Yorba Linda, California English Eve Gladys Gentry, Soda Springs History and Latin-American Studies Jeffrey Kyle Janis, Boise Broadcasting and Digital Media **Oron Thomas Gilmore, St. Maries English Liesle Ruth Jensen, Boise Public Relations Courtney Paige Gilpin, Eagle River, Alaska English and French Sarah Marie Johnson, Hayden International Studies Dan M. Gisel, Post Falls International Studies Jonathan Peter Kaae, Boise History and Political Science Erin Elisabeth Gram, Deary Political Science *Nichel Taylor Kernin, Sitka, Alaska Sociology *Levi M. Gust, Idaho Falls International Studies **Nicholas John Klassen, Aberdeen English Olivia Grace Haberman, Lewiston History and English Foreign Languages Cum laude Elijah Jacob Kosse, Sandpoint Economics **Ryan Michael Hague, Coeur d’Alene Samuel Keelan Hahn, Idaho Falls International Studies *Jamie Lea Kotansky, Idaho Falls International Studies Courtney LaFranchi, Eugene, Oregon Foreign Languages and International Studies Janae Elizabeth Hakala, Dana Point, California History Summa cum laude *Garrett Charles Lamm, Boise International Studies International Studies Magna cum laude Kelson Douglas Hampton, Idaho Falls History and International Studies **Thomas Cain Lansing, Boise Bryanna Yvette Larrea, Nampa English, International Studies and Foreign Languages **Rorie Harper Hand, Boise History *Elizabeth Rose Hardman, Eagle River, Alaska Spanish and International Studies Carly Anne Lauffer, Idaho Falls International Studies **Rachel Suesan Harman, Boise English History Magna cum laude John Andrew Kim Law, Moscow Sociology and Political Science Chad Michael Harrison, Caldwell Travis John Hartshorn, Lewiston History and Political Science Lauren Ashley Layton, Spokane, Washington International Studies Christine Marie Leathem, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada Anthropology *Jennifer Hawk, Inchelium, Washington English Philosophy Magna cum laude Lydia Mae Leitch, Fair Oaks, California International Studies Heather Leann Haylett, Boise Lisa Renae Heer, Ephrata, Washington English History Cum laude Scott Keith Lembke, Corvallis, Oregon International Studies **Carlena R. Lindstrom, Mercer Island, Washington Foreign Languages Hilaire Mackenzie Henderson, Boise **Angelene Little, Post Falls International Studies and Foreign Languages – 58 – Jamie Marie Lockie, Troy International Studies, Foreign Languages and History *Alexander D. Perez, Boise Sociology Elizabeth Lopez, Caldwell Latin-American Studies and Spanish Alyssa Ann Petersen, Boise International Studies Craig Mitchell Lovelace, Kennewick, Washington English Lindsey Renee Poston, Twin Falls History Sandra Guadalupe Magana, Hailey Sociology Breeze Kyra Potter, Fairfield Political Science Niccolette Jae Matsche, Hayden International Studies Tyler Andrew Powers, Coeur d’Alene Foreign Languages and Political Science Cum laude Matthew L. Maw, Challis English and Theatre Arts Sara A. Randolph, Boise Spanish *Tori Lynn Mayfield, Boise History and English Taylor Reed, Boise French and International Studies **Kaelyn Joy McClaine, Moscow Foreign Languages Brooks Anthony Robinson, Ririe International Studies and Foreign Languages Olivia Arlene McDaniel, Council Anthropology Cum laude **Emily Louise Romero, Murphy English Robert Tait McGrouther, Redmond, Washington Economics and Political Science Elizabeth R. Ropski, Meridian Philosophy and English Tyler John McKanna, Rathdrum International Studies David Henson Royall, Mill Valley, California Foreign Languages *Shawn Michael McKennan, Caldwell Foreign Languages Rebekah Ann Rust, Moscow Spanish Meredith Kathryn Metsker, Boise Journalism Alejandro David Salinas, Moscow Sociology Kristin Nicole Metz, Lewiston Foreign Languages Cain Ricardo Sanchez, Cashmere, Washington Latin-American Studies and Spanish Hana Marie Miiller, Meridian English **Jonah Michael Sandford, Post Falls English *Sara Anne Miller, Eagle English David Alexander Sappington, Moscow English **Jared Glenn Montgomery, Boise English Andrea Lynn Scanlan, Boise International Studies and Foreign Languages Cum laude **Lindsay Kay Moore, Coeur d’Alene English **Tessa Rose Schaecher, Boise Advertising Robert Charles Moore, Boise English *Carey Stuart Scott, Moscow History Brenna Ann Morlock, Lewiston Broadcasting and Digital Media Patrick Francis Shearer, Idaho Falls French and Political Science Linette Moseley, San Diego, California Spanish and International Studies *Katelyn Michelle Skaggs, Boise Political Science and English Nathan Manning Mulch, Moscow Interdisciplinary Studies Emily Anne Slike, Hailey Political Science Chelsea Elizabeth Murn, Moscow Political Science and Foreign Languages Rachel Anne Smotherman, Las Vegas, Nevada Political Science Psychology Summa cum laude **Bryn Allyse Nelson, Boise Psychology Cum laude Cum laude Catherine Denise Snow, Mountain Home **Samantha Larraine Staufenberg, Nampa English Madison F. Nielson, Cheney, Washington Foreign Languages International Studies Alexandra Rosalinde Norris, Spokane, Washington Julianne Michele Nowlan, Post Falls English Dylan Michael Stemp, Bothell, Washington English Claire E. Stevenson, Caldwell International Studies Magna cum laude Cum laude Lindsay M.R. Oden, Coeur d’Alene History Stuart William Stromberg, Lewiston International Studies and Spanish Spanish *Danielle Jeanne Page, Dalton Gardens Foreign Languages **Danielle Nicole Summerfeldt, Anchorage, Alaska *Angela Joy Super, Bellevue Theatre Arts and English David Benjamin Read Pearson, Choctaw, Oklahoma English – 59 – Matthew Vincent Telleria, Boise Foreign Languages Taylor Elyssa Behary, Coeur d’Alene Theatre Arts Jessica Sue Thomas, St. Maries International Studies Shane Alexander Brown, San Jose, California Theatre Arts *Brittany Renee Thurman, Hayden History **Travis William Doerzaph, Coeur d’Alene Theatre Arts Maria Guadalupe Torres-Luna, Nampa Foreign Languages Kristin Elizabeth Glaeser, Walla Walla, Washington Theatre Arts Summa cum laude **Caroline Marie Trail, Moscow English and Foreign Languages Journalism Magna cum laude Richard Sean Glen, Chehalis, Washington Theatre Arts Lindsey Elizabeth Treffry, Spokane, Washington **Megan Tribley, Wenatchee, Washington English Heidi Cheyenne Lindholm, Bozeman, Montana Theatre Arts Theatre Arts Magna cum laude Hillary Kay Mosman, Lewiston Emily Rose Schacher, Lewiston Theatre Arts Joshua Joseph Turner, Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota Political Science Bradley Daniel Tyson, Gap, Pennsylvania History Cum laude Michael Ray Smith, Camas, Washington Theatre Arts Florita P. Valadez, Wilder Latin-American Studies and Foreign Languages William Robert Tedrow, Kalispell, Montana Theatre Arts Ashley Lynn Vaughn, Pocatello Foreign Languages Emily R. Volf, Great Falls, Montana Musical Theatre Jessica Rose Velez, Wrightwood, California Foreign Languages **Julia Christine Veseth, Moscow Foreign Languages Bachelor of General Studies Carson Beck Alberg, Seattle, Washington Constance Hilary Alexander, Bonita, California *Bradley Kent Anderson, Post Falls **Adyel Annelus, Kansas City, Missouri **Gabriela Arteaga, Parma Shelden A K Bailey, Honolulu, Hawaii Allison Walker Baker, Othello, Washington Bradly Clark Ballock, Idaho Falls **Kyle J. Barone, Garden Grove, California Jordan Elizabeth Bigelow, Powell, Wyoming Michael John Blodnick, Sammamish, Washington Tyler Demar Bott, Idaho Falls **Ian Gabriel Boyle, Fernwood *Itai K. Bradshaw, Boise *Daniel James Burg, Clovis, California Ryan Scot Campbell, Sandpoint Brett Charles Carr, North Bend, Washington Rachel Victoria Carr, Moscow *Katie Lynn Caywood, Tacoma, Washington *Jessica Sue Clark, Hayden Kylie Anne Clark, Boise *Matthew D. Cleveland, Covington, Washington Nicole Christine Collins, Bremerton, Washington **Markell Ruth Corpus, Idaho Falls Nicole Rae Corwin, Barrow, Alaska Anna Marie Cox, Walla Walla, Washington Joseph M. Cross, Olympia, Washington *Daniel Dale Curnutt, Idaho Falls Richard Jordon Lee Damron, Orofino **Melissa Ann Davlin, Meridian *Sariah Naomi Vieira, Hauser International Studies **Mathew Brian Vollendorf, Clintonville, Wisconsin English Dakota Evan Wallen, Moscow History and Anthropology Jasmine Rose Warne-Rowe, Eugene, Oregon English Stephen Anthony Weeks, Coeur d’Alene International Studies International Studies Cum laude Kellie Elizabeth Welch, Lewiston *Riley Holyoak Welcker, Moscow English English Summa cum laude **Cody Ogden Wendt, Moscow Megan Marie White, Thousand Oaks, California International Studies **Chantel Kay Wilkes, Rathdrum International Studies Melissa Rose Wilson, Viola Public Relations English Cum laude *Kendal Ellis Yung, Post Falls **Crystal M. Zarate, Kennewick, Washington English Amanda Sarah Zohar, Elko, Nevada Music: Theory and Music: Applied Music Bachelor of Fine Arts Sean Robert Altuna, Seattle, Washington Theatre Arts **Paul Clifton Barrois, Bellevue, Washington Theatre Arts – 60 – Kyle David Dennis, Fremont, California Joseph Frank Hilton Divita, LaConner, Washington **Gregory Djernes, Nampa *Jack Drew Douglas, Boise Marc Lucas Dzwilewski, Boise *Kaela LaRee Edwards, Lake Stevens, Washington Blair Danielle Empey, Las Vegas, Nevada Cassandra Escamilla, Warden, Washington Wendell Paul Faines, Lincoln, Nebraska Willard Beaumont Farquhar, Redlands, California *Faleaoga Faumui, Long Beach, California Matthew M. Fellegy, Coeur d’Alene Cum laude **Tony Kwame Owusu-Ansah, Pawtucket, Rhode Island *Taylor Reese Parker, Sammamish, Washington **Ferrol Elizabeth Paulsen, Port Angeles, Washington Luke Gregory Petersen, Wendell Cum laude Heidi Marie Pooley, Coeur d’Alene *Justin Dean Rasmussen, Rexburg **James William Roads, Camas, Washington **Melanie Elizabeth Robbins, Kennewick, Washington **Young Jefferey Rylee, Boise Zachary A. Saleen, Boise **Adam Lee Sandercock, Salem, Oregon Magna cum laude *Eric Shea Fitzpatrick, Vancouver, Washington **Stephen Anthony Flynn, Moscow Braden E. Friesz, Idaho Falls Katherine Michele Gardiner, Coeur d’Alene *Deremy Geiger, North Las Vegas, Nevada *Janelle Marie Gemberling, Moscow Dane Daniel Gibbs, Moscow **Nicholas Ryan Ginter, Boise Hannah Elizabeth Goff, Horseshoe Bend Angela Doris Gunter, Cataldo Robert A. Hatchett, Los Angeles, California **Sandra Marie Hendren, Moscow Anthony David Hernandez, Idaho Falls Julia Megan Hitchins, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Anne Kathleen Horras, Boise Jessica L. Hunt, Viola *Armauni Johnson, Los Angeles, California Kendra Lee Johnson, Mercer Island, Washington *Barbara Ann Johnston, St. Maries **Christina Marie Jordan, Snohomish, Washington *Carrie Lynne Kampenhout, Viola Laura Joella Kleffner, Moscow **Kelli Suzanne Kline, Idaho Falls *Noah James Krier, St. Maries Bradley Allen LaPlante, Sawtooth City **Chase Oscar Larson, Boise *Derek John Leahy, Portland, Oregon Jon Tomas Manning, Moscow *L. Scott Marboe, Wenatchee, Washington *Jill Mioshi Matsuoka, Moscow Homer Tauelia Mauga, San Diego, California *Robert Brock Meikle, Idaho Falls Kayla Diane Miller, Meridian *Monica Winnifred Miller, Pinehurst Bradley Kristian Mitchell, Coeur d’Alene *Lee Guyot Muench, Grangeville *Lenah Khalid Nazer, Pullman, Washington Dontae Charles Scott, Mosow Michael Dyrell Scott, San Jose, California Myriah Mikelle Shaw, Coeur d’Alene Sanjeet Shrestha, Bhairahawa, Nepal Robert L. Siavii, Wahiawa, Hawaii **Shaun Michael Skogrand, Caldwell **Charles Michael Smith, Las Vegas, Nevada **Stacy Esther Springer, Mountain Home Steve Charles Spurlock, Boise *Erik Michael Stensland, Snohomish, Washington Edward Kyle Stone, Cougar, Washington **Joseph Christopher Szasz, Moscow **Robert Lee Taylor, Careywood *Michael Colton Therrian, Pomeroy, Washington Rachel Kay Thompson, Ridgefield, Washington **Thaad Nicholas Thompson, Margate, Florida **Jessica Christine Timeche, Healy, Alaska *Paul David Tong, Moscow Maurice Ryan Trotter, Phoenix, Arizona **Jenifer Lyn Von Bargen, Cottonwood Gary Bernard Walker, Rialto, California Rylee Kay Walker, Willard, Washington Kimberli Ann Ward, Soda Springs Gordon James Webb, Malta, Montana *Laurel Jean Zimmer, Placerville, California Bachelor of Music **Paul Titus Adams, Pullman, Washington Music: Instrumental Performance Jordan Cole Ballenger, Hayden Music: Instrumental Performance Elizabeth Rose Becker, Moscow Music: Instrumental Performance Summa cum laude Magna cum laude Ashley Jean Bertsch, Post Falls Music: Instrumental Performance Music Education: Vocal-Instrumental Chelsey Marie Caldwell, Genesee Jeffrey Luke Chambers, Kennewick, Washington Music: Composition and Music Education: Instrumental – 61 – **Peter Aaron Chambers, Kennewick, Washington Music Education: Instrumental and Music: Instrumental Performance **Lindsey Raye Armstrong, Spokane, Washington Advertising Sarah Elizabeth Dramstad, Helena, Montana Music: Composition and Music: Instrumental Performance Magna cum laude Kristopher Aaron Arnold, Otis Orchards, Washington Psychology Daniel William Gaisford, Dunlap, Illinois Music: Instrumental Performance and Music Education: Instrumental Jeffrey Lee Aronson, Meridian Sociology Tyler Andrew Garcia, Lewistown, Montana Music Education: Vocal-Instrumental Jamie Rice Aslett, Idaho Falls Anthropology Kyle Leonard Gemberling, Lewiston Music: Instrumental Performance **Kellie Jean Atkinson, Potlatch Journalism Erik Thomas Jansen, Sandpoint Music: Instrumental Performance Kendi Lee Atteberry, Coeur d’Alene Psychology **Chelsae Marie Linehan, Richland, Washington Music: Instrumental Performance *Sean Perry Baines, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Martha Marie McAlister, La Grande, Oregon Music: Instrumental Performance Music: Instrumental Performance Cum laude **Jennifer Rebecca Baker, Idaho Falls Psychology *Charlotte McKell, Mendon, Utah **Ian Frazer McKnight, Bothell, Washington Music: Instrumental Performance Lana Eileen Barg, Dubois Advertising *Andrea Michelle Barnes, Selah, Washington Psychology **Michael Jon Mitchell, Cataldo Music: Instrumental Performance **Chandler Alan Barnes, La Crescenta, California Advertising Margaret Jeanne Rodriguez, Pocatello Music: Vocal Performance Claire Evan Barr, Idaho Falls Anthropology MaryEllen Elizabeth Rose-Witt, Omak, Washington Music Education: Vocal-Instrumental Maximillian Cuinn Bartlett, Moscow Journalism **Jesse Joseph Sanchez, San Jose, California Music Education: Instrumental Michael John Baszler, Moscow Psychology Hector Eduardo Sosa, Coeur d’Alene Music: Instrumental Performance and Music: Composition **Christy Lynn Becker, Colton, Washington Public Relations Samuel David Sturza, Black Diamond, Washington Music: Instrumental Performance **Berenisse Bencomo, Pingree Psychology **Kyle Edward Thomas, Kennewick, Washington Music Education: Instrumental **Chelsea Ann Benson, Plummer Psychology Psychology Cum laude Cari Ashley Tusek, Eugene, Oregon Music Education: Instrumental Krystal Elizabeth Berry, Hayden Sarah Jane Bigelow, Heyburn Anthropology William Charles White, Nampa Music: Composition and Music: Instrumental Performance Jeffrey Charles Worsfold, Post Falls Music: Instrumental Performance *Breanne Bishop, Temecula, California Psychology Samantha Lynn Youmans, Wasilla, Alaska Music Education: Instrumental Meredith Norman Bishop, Decorah, Iowa Psychology John Robert Zieske, Priest River Music Education: Instrumental Summa cum laude Sarah Jean Bjorn, Hayden Psychology Bachelor of Science Bradley Tempel Abrams, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Caitlin Rose Blankenship, Washtucna, Washington Music: Applied Music Jeri Teresa Bonis, Idaho Falls Sociology **Kelle Elise Agassiz, Issaquah, Washington Psychology **Elizabeth Eileen Boyden, Spokane, Washington Political Science Lorraine M. Aldrich, Hayden Psychology Lindsay N. Boysen, Spokane, Washington Advertising Drew Steven Anderson, Sandpoint History and American Studies Kaitlin Adelaide Bradbury, Boise Political Science Magna cum laude Hannah McGuire Anderson, Boise Psychology **Erin Analiese Bradfield, Kent, Washington Broadcasting and Digital Media **Linda Colleen Andreasen-Hurliman, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Michael Anthony Bright, San Mateo, California Advertising *Melissa Elaine Andrushko, Twin Falls Psychology Samantha Marie Brown, Payette Psychology – 62 – Timothy Adam Browne, Lewiston Broadcasting and Digital Media **Brenda Cook, Athol Psychology Psychology Summa cum laude Bryan Henry Buck, Sandpoint History Kinzie Mae Cook, Sandpoint Matthew J. Cook, Eagle River, Alaska Summa cum laude Broadcasting and Digital Media Heidi Irene Buck, Coeur d’Alene Organizational Sciences and Psychology *Cassandra Marie Burgess, Moscow History **David Coppom, San Jose, California Psychology *Lydia Renee Byers, Moscow Psychology Charles Fredrick Cornforth, Caldwell Psychology *Abigail Sue Byrne, Moscow Psychology Tyler Milton Costa, Midvale Broadcasting and Digital Media Danielle Rose Callahan, Royal City, Washington Psychology *Alexander Croutch, Spokane, Washington Organizational Sciences *Jacobsen Cameron, Riggins Sociology **Charles E. Crowley, Twin Falls Broadcasting and Digital Media **Samantha Campbell-Paullas, Coeur d’Alene Advertising Angelia Ann Crum, Nampa Psychology and Sociology Jesi S. Carroll, Arlington, Washington Advertising Jacob Robert Cummings, Everett, Washington Broadcasting and Digital Media Alex Gregory Carter, Seattle, Washington Advertising **Robert E. Daugherty, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Magna cum laude Ryann Nichole Carter, Edgewood, Washington Public Relations **Brittany Paige Dawson, Spokane Valley, Washington Psychology and Public Relations *Brandon Dwayne Cary, Twin Falls Psychology **Travis Mitchell Dawson, Grand View Philosophy **Jason A. Castillo, Moscow Sociology **Hannah R. Decker, Boise Psychology Joeriel Ann Lim Castillo, Winter Springs, Florida Political Science **Laura Tay Dennis, Twin Falls Psychology *Laura Christine Chapin, Sandpoint Psychology Kallie Marie Dexter, Coeur d’Alene Public Relations Shastina Leigh Chapin, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Gregory James Dobak, Elko, Nevada Psychology Whitney D. Chapman, American Falls Psychology Andrew Leroy Dobbs, Carrollton, Texas Sociology John Anthony Charles, Hayden Psychology *Aaron Joseph Dobruck, Torrance, California Public Relations **Cassie Lee Chavez, Spirit Lake Psychology Randall Blake Dobslaw, Swedesboro, New Jersey Sociology Michael Robert Chavez, Nampa Psychology and Sociology Amy Marie Donaldson, Moscow Psychology Kristen N. Cheroske, Bremerton, Washington Psychology and Sociology Lauren June Dornquast, Post Falls Psychology **Lindsey Ann Chichester, Hayden Psychology Sociology Magna cum laude Charlotte Dortch, Kingwood, Texas Psychology Jennifer Kay Christensen, Caldwell James Stanley Clark, Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada Advertising Erin Leigh Doty, Kellogg Psychology Nikelle Claire Douglas, Priest River Psychology *Emma Ann Clements, Boise Anthropology and Sociology Kristen Kate Drake, Mullan Sociology Katrina A. Colby, Twin Falls Psychology *Aaron Todd Drapeau, Post Falls Psychology Jessica Rose Collins, Yakima, Washington Anthropology Heather A. Due Perez, Coeur d’Alene Psychology *Joseph Conley, Richland, Washington Broadcasting and Digital Media Psychology Magna cum laude *Matthew Neuman Duncan, Moscow Political Science **Krista Bree Conley, Rathdrum F M Cody Duane Earl, Boise Sociology – 63 – Destry Earling, Hauser Psychology and Organizational Sciences Benjamin Thomas Frey, Boise History Evan Kirk Easley, Lake Oswego, Oregon History Tyler Levant Fryberger, Ritzville, Washington Public Relations Meghan Marie Eaton, Moscow Advertising *Brandy M. Fueller, Coeur d’Alene Psychology **Matthew Luke Edde, Vancouver, Washington Advertising Jacqueline Elizabeth Fussner, Eagle River, Alaska Psychology *Sara Ashley Egbert, Eagle Psychology Sociology Summa cum laude Gabriella Cruvinel Garcia, Lewiston Theatre Arts **Alma America Elias, Rialto, California *Evan M. Emerson, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Javier Gomez Garcia, Caldwell Psychology Rachel Lynn Garcia, Hayden Lake Sociology Malinda Anne Emery, Boise Psychology Psychology Summa cum laude *Shane Joseph Gass, Coeur d’Alene Psychology **Johnny Diamond Ennis, Post Falls *Danielle Louise Erickson, Hayden Psychology *Benjamin I. Gearheard, Tacoma, Washington Philosophy and Psychology *Jennifer M. Ghanayem, Dickerson, Maryland Sociology **Esmeralda Escamilla-Palomera, Tieton, Washington Sociology Nicholas Joseph Giacalone, Eagle Theatre Arts Leandro Matthew Escobedo, Abilene, Texas Sociology **Bryce Thomas Gill, Johnson City, Tennessee Philosophy Andrew Scott Evans, Nampa History Bryan John Gillihan, Idaho Falls Psychology Kendra Elizabeth Evans, Kooskia Political Science Kenneth Douglas Gingras, St. Maries Public Relations **Jessica Nicole Farley, Boise Sociology Christina Lozano Ginosar, Idaho Falls Psychology Sidney Rachelle Felton, Vancouver, Washington Theatre Arts **Camille Jenea Gomez, Redmond, Washington Psychology Angel John Figueroa, Jersey City, New Jersey History **Daniella Lucille Gottschalk, Moscow Advertising **Robert Allen Finicle, Blackfoot Advertising **Zachary Joseph Goytowski, Post Falls Sociology Deborah R. Finley-Wakefield, Rathdrum Psychology **Madison Alyssa Grabow, Lewiston Sociology Samantha Ann Flaherty, Boise Advertising Jonathan David Gradin, Coeur d’Alene Journalism Peter Weaver Fleming, Seward, Alaska Political Science Theodore Dane Grande, Boise Sociology Melissa Jane Flores, Pinehurst Advertising and Public Relations Michelle Renee Gregg, Connell, Washington Journalism Paul John Forester, Idaho City Advertising **Michelle Renee Gregg, Connell, Washington Public Relations Taylor Nigel Forge, Lewiston Psychology Chelsea Ann Grimm, Covington, Washington Sociology *Nathan Halley Foster, Potlatch Broadcasting and Digital Media **Stephanie K. Grimm, Hayden Lake Psychology Jeremy Daniel Fountain, Homedale Sociology Sarah Olivia Gross, Payette Advertising Amanda Diane Frandsen, Spokane, Washington Psychology *Dana Breanne Gunnarson, Eagle River, Alaska Sociology *Emily Ann Frank, Harrison Public Relations **Ryan Michael Halligan, Post Falls Advertising Haley S. Freeman, Moscow Psychology *Sara Lynn Hamilton, La Mirada, California Radio/TV/Digital Media Production Michael David French, Caldwell Journalism **Taleri Lynn Hammack, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Summa cum laude – 64 – Dallas Charles Hammer, Jerome Broadcasting and Digital Media **Hayley Katherine Isaak, The Dalles, Oregon Psychology *Lauren Kelly Hannon, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Political Science Cum laude Charles Anthony Ive, Bothell, Washington Interdisciplinary Studies Natalie Marie Hansen, Deary Elena Casilda Harrington, Boise Public Relations Megan Diane Izatt, Boise Psychology Amanda Lauren Jacobs, Moscow Psychology Jessica Marie P. Harris, Moscow Psychology *Karly Michelle Jenkins, Mountain Home Radio/TV/Digital Media Production **Kirsten Elizabeth Hartley, Idaho Falls Sociology and Political Science **Sara Marie Jerred, Spokane, Washington Psychology **Joshua Alan Hartwig, Lewiston Broadcasting and Digital Media Amanda Marie Jibby, Post Falls Organizational Sciences Ty Patrick Hatch, Moscow Psychology Marysa Kae John, Boise Psychology David Daniel Head, Anchorage, Alaska Political Science Matthew Steven Johnson, Greenleaf Sociology Dillon Cole Heath, Boise Psychology and Political Science Nicholas Edward Johnson, Sandpoint Sociology James N. Hedley, Spokane, Washington Advertising *Hugh Austin Jones, Colfax, Washington Sociology and Journalism *Kalie Michelle Heiner, Mount Vernon, Washington Advertising Kacey L. Jones, Boise Sociology and Psychology *Marsha Kathleen Heitman, Twin Falls Psychology Kurt Norman Jones, Emmett History *Stephanie Nicole Helbling, Moscow Psychology Joseph David Theodore Kammerer, Eugene, Oregon Broadcasting and Digital Media Hillary Anne Herndon, Post Falls Psychology **Elizabeth Hyo-Jin Kang, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Rachel Ranae Herndon, Pasco, Washington Music: Applied Music Jacob Patrick Kartes, Boise Psychology Magna cum laude *Kayleigh Noelle Hogan, Enumclaw, Washington Psychology *Nevada Jack Kaye, Sandpoint Broadcasting and Digital Media **Sydney Marie Holt, Federal Way, Washington Organizational Sciences Patricio Keegan, Cordoba, Argentina Broadcasting and Digital Media **Marty Michael Homer, Ely, Minnesota Psychology Keilah Leigh Keiser, Hayden Lake Advertising Mitchell Lee Hornsby, Kuna Philosophy Elizabeth Marjana Kershisnik, Boise Psychology **Amanda Rose Hotinger, Boise Public Relations and Political Science **Tanner Matthew Kingston, Vancouver, Washington Theatre Arts Jason Craig House, Deary Sociology Brittany Nicole Kiser, Sterling, Alaska Public Relations Michaella Christine Houston, Santa Rosa, California Psychology Jenee’ Ryan Kivin, Phoenix, Arizona Broadcasting and Digital Media **Nicole Marie Hovey, Twin Falls Public Relations William Mark Knecht, Princeton Broadcasting and Digital Media *Krystal Lynnette Howell, Hayden Psychology John A. Kopke, Coeur d’Alene Advertising *Chi Chiung Hsu, Rowland Heights, California Psychology Brian K. Kotewa, Moscow Anthropology Anna Marie Hubert, Deary Sociology and Psychology David Richard Kracke, Lewiston Psychology *Thomas Nelsen Hughes, Idaho Falls Anthropology **Debra Ann Krause, Moscow History Michelle Merritt Huso, Moscow Psychology **Stuart James Krueger, Wasilla, Alaska History and Political Science Parker Steven Hutchison, Valdez, Alaska Sociology Anthony Richard Kuipers, Spokane Valley, Washington Journalism Cum laude – 65 – **Andrew Jeffrey Kusik, Mountain Home Sociology **Brian Michael Malone, Meridian Philosophy **Jessica Lanell Kuzan, Loma Linda, California History Lauren Marie Mamola, Post Falls Interdisciplinary Studies **Nicholas Joseph LaRoche, Enumclaw, Washington Anthropology Autumn Danelle Mann, Billings, Montana Sociology Alli Sue Lance, Fruitland Organizational Sciences John Tristan Markert, Fairfield History Tyler James Thomas Lankford, Viola Psychology Stacia Olivia Mattson, Hayden Lake Psychology Kevin Matthew Layher, Meridian Philosophy Samantha Dawn McCaffrey, Auburn, Washington Psychology Aaron Ignacio Lazaro, San Diego, California Sociology Emily Merle McCormick, Pullman, Washington Philosophy **Emily Suzanne Leach, Hayden Anthropology **Allison Marie McCullough, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Kelly Diane Lee, Coeur d’Alene Psychology **Jenette Carlice McGee, Rathdrum Psychology Kayla Elizabeth Leitzke, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Maranda Leighann McGinnis, Seattle, Washington Psychology Amanda Jean Liechty, Eagle Sociology Cindy Denise McGovern, Hayden Psychology **Bilal Liggins, Lakewood, Washington Advertising **Ryan James McGrath, Post Falls Psychology **Nathan Charles Lindstedt, Driggs Sociology Julia Rodriquez McIlroy, Moscow Psychology Adam Michael Lippert, Post Falls Broadcasting and Digital Media Patrick Michael McLaughlin, Boise Sociology Tyler Daniel Lobb, Boise Psychology *Larissa Kristine Meeter, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Aaron Mark Lockwood, Sandpoint Psychology Magna cum laude Kristin Nicole Metz, Lewiston Psychology Colleen Lopez, Moscow Organizational Sciences Robert Brett Middleton, Sweet Sociology Gary Linn Louie, Hayden Lake Organizational Sciences Sarah M. Milgate, Idaho Falls Sociology Bethany Grace Lowe, New Plymouth, New Zealand Anthropology Psychology Cum laude Nick Forrest Miller, Pocatello Political Science Lauren Ashley Luffel, Eagle Shandray Rochelle Lukehart, Meridian Psychology Sophia Louise Miller, Sandpoint Advertising Molly Rae Mittmann, Post Falls Psychology Ryan Jordan Lundgren, Peck Psychology and Political Science **Molly Elizabeth Moir, Sandpoint Psychology Kathryn Suzanne Lutjens, Vale, Oregon Psychology Nathan Tyler Moore-Bunker, Boise Anthropology Raymond Parker Lyon, Coeur d’Alene Broadcasting and Digital Media **Heather Elyse Munson, Emmett Broadcasting and Digital Media Bin Yi Ma, Nampa Sociology and Psychology **Chelsie Anne Murray, Spokane, Washington History Ashly Elizabeth MacCoy, Meridian Advertising *Stephanie Annette Mutch, DeSmet Psychology John Clement MacPherson, Deary Economics and Political Science Bryan Don Myers, Post Falls Organizational Sciences Seth Levi Magnuson, Moscow History Andrew Mackenzie Myshin, Boise Psychology **Adilene Maldonado, Twin Falls Economics *Melanie Bean Nace, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Kaila Maria Mallrie, Germantown, Maryland Interdisciplinary Studies Alysia Kendra Nafsinger, Nampa Public Relations – 66 – Ashley Ann Nail, Kimberly Public Relations Javier Nunez Popoca, Glenns Ferry Sociology Bradley David Neal, Lewiston Journalism *Rebecca Michelle Potter, Bettendorf, Iowa History Emily Lauren Nefzger, Boise Psychology Thomas Garrett Price, Hamilton, Virginia History **Heather Ann Newman, Moscow Psychology Brianna A. Prohaska, Council Political Science *Eric R. Nickelson, Idaho Falls Psychology **Sara Lorena Pruett, Connell, Washington Psychology Madison F. Nielson, Cheney, Washington Anthropology Anthropology Cum laude *Alexandria Julia Prus, Edmonds, Washington Public Relations Kris Carl Nitsche, Bainbridge Island, Washington Ashley Ciarra Noseworthy, Boise Psychology Shanon Lynn Patrick Quinn, St. Maries Journalism Janice Yvonne Rader, Sagle Psychology Paula Elizabeth Nuhn, Moscow Anthropology **Miranda Alicia Ragan, St. Maries Psychology Marisela Lynn Nunez, Heyburn Psychology and Sociology Jose Randy Raul Ramirez, Boise Psychology Hunter Lee Olden, Yakima, Washington Psychology Tausha Lynn Reed, Boise Psychology Bryce Anthony Olin, Sandpoint Broadcasting and Digital Media **Danielle N. Rehm, North Bend, Washington Theatre Arts Advertising Cum laude *Kali Dene-Varen Oliver, Coeur d’Alene Anthropology Sociology Summa cum laude Spencer Daniel Reilly, Meridian Ofelio Flores Resendiz, Irrigon, Oregon Psychology Devin Beck Ossinger, Moscow Shelby Kate Owens, Priest River Broadcasting and Digital Media Anthropology Summa cum laude Guy Reynolds, Goodyear, Arizona Psychology *Krista Lei Pagel, Mountain Home Stephanie Grace Paine, Kimberly Political Science Cindy M. Richards, Springfield, Missouri Psychology Psychology Summa cum laude Keryn Richards, Coeur d’Alene Pamela S. Richardson, Filer Psychology Sarah Justine Pappin, Caldwell Theatre Arts *Shannon Christine Parish, Riverton, Wyoming Psychology Jami Lea Riener, Ferdinand Public Relations Naida Evans Parker, Post Falls Psychology Samantha Mae Riggers, Nezperce Journalism *Kenneth Douglas Patten, Gardena, California Psychology Angela Betzabe Rivera, Preston Sociology Sarah Nicole Patterson, Boise Broadcasting and Digital Media Psychology Cum laude Sara JoAnn Roane, Orofino Public Relations Megan Rose Pennel, Rathdrum **William Lange Perry, Lewiston Broadcasting and Digital Media Steven Cody Roberts, Mahomet, Illinois Anthropology *Joseph Zamis Rockstahl, Troy Psychology Kindal Ann Person, Selah, Washington Broadcasting and Digital Media Christopher Merrill Ross, Boise Economics *Jordan Dee Phillips, Eagle Sociology Kari Marea Rucker, Rathdrum Advertising Lynnsey Kathleen Phillips, Boise Broadcasting and Digital Media Amanda Louise Russell, Sagle Psychology *Pamela Nicole Phillips, Sandpoint Psychology *Karrah Elizabeth Rust, Boise Psychology Elise Yvonne Pineda, Othello, Washington Sociology Lucia Kay Sanchez, St. Maries Broadcasting and Digital Media Riley Jorel Pohll, Anchorage, Alaska Sociology Hannah Eleanor Sander, Lewiston Broadcasting and Digital Media – 67 – Monica Inglebret Sanyal, Moscow Psychology Miriam Joyce Staffen, Jerome Psychology Kelsie A. Saxe, West Linn, Oregon Public Relations Music: Applied Music Magna cum laude Caitlin Emily Stagg, Kuna Journalism Mathias Robert Schaefer, Great Falls, Montana Samantha Ashley-Makela Schmidt, Sandpoint Theatre Arts **Nicholas Allen Stallings, Star Sociology Erin Christine Stanley, Sagle History Heather Noelle Schrader, Cheney, Washington Psychology Political Science Cum laude **Sara Kay Staples, Post Falls Psychology Christopher James Schrette, Lewiston Tyson Robert Schwartz, Moscow American Studies Charles M. Starnes, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Sociology Cum laude **Shantel Sharise Stevenson, Rathdrum *Lisa Marie Stewart, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Alexandra Rose Sele, Sequim, Washington Psychology Psychology Magna cum laude **Melissa Mae Shaul, Coeur d’Alene Stephen Knapp Shay, Sandpoint History Mary Kathryn Stinson, Moscow Anthropology Kyle William Stoneman, McCall Economics Michael Austin Shields, Sandpoint Psychology **Mckenzie Jane Stratton, Anchorage, Alaska Anthropology and Sociology Alan Yuen Shin, Dublin, California Economics *Jessica Lynn Striffler, Rexburg Psychology **Alan Yuen Shin, Dublin, California Sociology Joshua Adam Strole, Boise Psychology **Cari Merrie Shoemaker, Mountain Home Psychology **Danielle Kathleen Stuckenschneider, Kirkland, Washington Advertising Dawn Denice Shores, Moscow Psychology John Garrett Stuurmans, Bonners Ferry Sociology Kathleen DeEdna Shuter, Boise Psychology Heather Inez Sullivan, Meridian Sociology **Bethany Ann Siebrecht, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Sarah Beth Sullivan, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Tice Cooper Siron, St. Maries Sociology Shannon E. Sullivan, Post Falls Sociology **Abigail Christina Skubitz, Rathdrum Advertising Andrew Mark Sumpter, Moscow Broadcasting and Digital Media Amanda Nicole Smith, Twin Falls Psychology *Anja K. Sundali, Ketchum Broadcasting and Digital Media Teri Elizabeth Smith, Moscow Political Science *Lillian Kay Sundvik, Boise Advertising Kirsten A. Snyder-Warren, Post Falls Organizational Sciences Katherine J. Sword, Boise Psychology and Journalism Linda Solis, Weiser Sociology Jesse L. Tangen, Cascade Psychology Melinda Janet Soltys, Post Falls Psychology History Summa cum laude *Christina Marie Taylor, Buhl Psychology Rebekah B. Sommers, Idaho Falls Jeffrey Randall Southard, Moscow Anthropology **Hallie M. Taylor, Anchorage, Alaska Advertising Katelyn Ann Taylor, Driggs Philosophy and Political Science **Ryan Christopher Sprouse, Edmonds, Washington Public Relations Regina Krystyna Terrell, Boise Psychology Benjamin Michael Squires, Coeur d’Alene Philosophy Stephen Joseph Teske, Idaho Falls Psychology Elizabeth Renee St. John, Hayden Psychology **Eric Charles Thompson, Moscow Broadcasting and Digital Media *Autumn Michelle St. Amand, Seward, Alaska Public Relations Paula Jean Thurston, St. Maries Organizational Sciences – 68 – William Robert Thurston, St. Maries Anthropology Psychology Magna cum laude **Courtney Jae Wheat, Redmond, Washington Public Relations Ryann E. Tobosa, Tacoma, Washington **Ralph Edward Topps, Tacoma, Washington Psychology Jesse Shane White, Hailey Theatre Arts Stephanie Ann Whitley, Chattaroy, Washington Sociology and Psychology Anthropology Cum laude Maria Guadalupe Torres-Luna, Nampa Sociology *Jonelle Elizabeth Whitman, Lapwai Kyle Taylor Wilbur, Onaway Sociology Bradford Keith Tower, Boise Philosophy William Jay Tracy, Eagle Broadcasting and Digital Media **Brianna Marie Williams, Athol Psychology History Magna cum laude Mallory Mae Triplett, Sandpoint Anthropology LaShawn Ashley Williams, Boise *Joanna Wilson, Oldtown Journalism Amanda Marie Troy, Genesee Advertising **Quincy Xian Turner, Lacey, Washington Sociology Shadoe Rayne Wilson, Fairbanks, Alaska Music: Applied Music Melissa Sue Uhl, Twin Falls Psychology *Tamara E. Wilson, Coeur d’Alene Psychology **Rafael Ival Valadez, Nampa Psychology Brad W. Winters, Chubbuck Radio/TV/Digital Media Production Jessica Sara Vallin, Bozeman, Montana Psychology **Katie Alexis Winzeler, Placerville, California Broadcasting and Digital Media *Stephen Jon Van Gerpen, Moscow Psychology *Erin E. Wise, Coeur d’Alene Psychology Kasey M. VanHook, Bonners Ferry Psychology Avery J. Worrell, Lewiston Public Relations Leah Paige VanLaarhoven, La Grande, Oregon Psychology and Music: Applied Music Kimberly Ellen Wright, Moscow Philosophy **Rachel Marie Varela, Coeur d’Alene Psychology James Orville Young, St. Anthony Psychology Jessica Rose Velez, Wrightwood, California Broadcasting and Digital Media *Erich Joseph Zeimantz, Caldwell Psychology Jose Eduardo Villanueva, Homedale Sociology Tan Soul Zeng, Boise Psychology Psychology Cum laude Karen Elizabeth Vollmer, Sandpoint Psychology *Sarah Faith Zierer, Coeur d’Alene Carol Margaret Zinke, Olympia, Washington Broadcasting and Digital Media Danny Lee Wade, Emmett History **Lindy Ann Wagner, Rathdrum Psychology **James Walker, Orofino Organizational Sciences Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science James Bryan Baker, St. Maries **Brian Wade Baugh, Hope Valena R. Berry, Post Falls Jillian E. Boyd, Boise Dylan Tyler Brown, Greenleaf Cum laude Samantha Elizabeth Wallis, Athol Anthropology Callie J. Ward, Corvallis, Montana Psychology Corrin Renae Ward, Rathdrum Philosophy **Devon Kelly Webb, Idaho Falls Advertising Joshua Cody West, Spokane, Washington Psychology Kyle Westcott, West Richland, Washington Broadcasting and Digital Media Erika Nicole Brown, Boise Sebastian Upton Busby, Sagle **Lonnie Robert Carlson, Star *Paul Fields Cobb, Priest River Tyler L. Dale, Idaho Falls William Taylor Drier, Bellevue Ashley Nicole Drollinger, Iona **Jared Andrew Escudero, Pendleton, Oregon Jane M. Westervelt, Moscow Psychology Angela Marie Whalen, Post Falls Political Science – 69 – *Gavin James Gardner, Coeur d’Alene James F. Hagenbarth, Spirit Lake *Rachel Marie Happeny, Rathdrum **Farren Irvin Hauck, Coeur d’Alene Laura Elizabeth Hughes, St. Maries **Jess Roy Inskeep, Boise Jordin Kaylee Jacobs, Coeur d’Alene Seasun Anne Jones, Coeur d’Alene *Brooke Elaine Knutzen-Kreger, Moscow **Alexis Victoria Krekel, Shelley Laura Fumiko Kross, Boise Ian Andrew MacConnel, Idaho Falls Rhett O. Madsen, Rigby Vincent Edward McHenry, Idaho Falls **Lauren Emily McLeron, Portland, Oregon Charlie Jack Moore, North Fork **Jacob Mark Odekirk, St. Maries Rose Kayla Olson, Hayden **Jessica Joann Osterloh, Enterprise, Oregon **Bradley John Pakish, Meridian *Joshua Dean Peterson, Arusha, Tanzania Jael Victoria Prin, Eagle Dean Judson Renninger, Coeur d’Alene Alexandra Marie Rheault, Fargo, North Dakota Michael J. Rohrbacher, Emmett *Tessa Marie LeLevier Scott, Wilsonville, Oregon **Justin Gerrit Shearer, Idaho Falls **Andrew John Spencer, Clancy, Montana Summa cum laude Kelby Delbert Sullins, Troy Hali Ann Thompson, Eagle River, Alaska Salefu Tuvalu,Tafuna, American Samoa **Kristen Laurel Willis, Blackfoot Kimberly Ellen Wright, Moscow Yuka Yoshizako, Hiroshima, Japan George David Zamora, Wenatchee, Washington – 70 – C ollege of N atural R esources Bachelor of Science in Fishery Resources **Jenna Ashley-Edna Davis, Boise Joshua Walter Grondalski, Pullman, Washington **Shane Henry Honeycutt, Ferndale, Washington Douglas Gray Kenyon, Lewiston **Christina Ashley LaBore, Mount Vernon, Washington **Brian Cecil Meyers, Grand View **Trevor Aaron Phillips, Boise **Nicholas Joel Porter, St. Maries **Dallas Richard Reed, Cheney, Washington **David James Riley, Warren, Ohio **Travis James Schill, Puyallup, Washington **Brian Weldon Simmons, Cove, Oregon William Emerson Spring, Port Angeles, Washington **Daniel Alexader Steel, Cincinnati, Ohio Andrew John Waldo, Auburn, Washington **Drew Daniel Wickard, Bowling Green, Ohio **Tiffani Teresa Wilson, Quincy, California Jarrod Yates, Toledo, Washington Established in 1917. Kurt S. Pregitzer, Ph.D., Dean Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Conservation Biology **Brandi Lee Brelsford, Pullman, Washington **Juliet Estelle Harrison, Vancouver, Washington **Heidi Christine Helling, Folsom, California Rhianna Rachelle Hohbein, Coeur d’Alene Summa cum laude Isaiah Joe Hoyer, Anchorage, Alaska Tyler Brian Jack, Shelley Rebecca Anne Johnson, Ridgecrest, California Summa cum laude **Blake Douglas Kerbs, Kuna **Casey J. Kristofferson, Idaho Falls **Tyler Dein McClure, Jerome Crista Lyn O’Conner, Plain City, Ohio Cordell John Perkins, Moscow Delcie Josephine Peters, Thompson Falls, Montana **Rhiannon Cathryn Pulizzi, Coeur d’Alene Amy Clare Thorp, Newberg, Oregon Cum laude Heather Andrea Watson, Boise Bachelor of Science in Fire Ecology and Management **Elizabeth Ann Bauer, Wofford Heights, California Robert Joe Burns, Mount Shasta, California Christopher Mitchell Dean, Campbell, California Cory A. Dutton, Emmett Geoffrey Thomas Ewan, Farmington, New Mexico Tully Patrick FitzMaurice, Grangeville **Lucas Keith Fox, Kettle Falls, Washington **Thomas John Frantz, Pontiac, Michigan Danielle Marie Frazier, Kooskia **Steven Joseph Gisler, Mariposa, California **Matthew Charles Haupt, Boise *Greg James Howisey, Aloha, Oregon Cum laude Bachelor of Science in Forest Products **Arnoldo Olmos, Bacliff, Texas Beau Douglas Tanner, Chewelah, Washington William Anton Waterfield, Boise Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources **Elizabeth Ann Bauer, Wofford Heights, California **Brendan Kaleb Baughn, Kirkland, Washington **Conamara Sky Burke, Sequim, Washington Magna cum laude Robert Joe Burns, Mount Shasta, California Benjamin James Doumit, Cathlamet, Washington **Cameron Michael Eskeberg, Bellingham, Washington **Thomas John Frantz, Pontiac, Michigan Paul Michael Gress, Boise Cum laude Kenneth Koopman, Wendell **Eric Russell Molten, Idaho Falls Marshall Ian Myhre, Harrison Summa cum laude Bradley Christopher Kaufmann, Boise Kenneth Koopman, Wendell Christina Marie Leid, Monroe, Washington Magna cum laude Sarah Elizabeth Nutsch, Jerome Shannon Ashley Pauli, Minneapolis, Minnesota Grayson Alan Robert Stone, Twin Falls Burl Stanley Wade, Tollhouse, California Katie Ann Ward, Council **Cassie Deann Meendering, Piedmont, South Dakota **Eric Russell Molten, Idaho Falls Sarah Elizabeth Nutsch, Jerome **Paul Millet Ratcliff, Newport, Washington **Mitchel H. Reggear, Orofino **Timothy William Schaffer, Worley **Brian Andrew Tweedle, Boise Zachary Kristopher Watson, Parma – 71 – **Mathew David Wilson, Caldwell Magna cum laude **Daniel Worley, Cashmere, Washington Nicholas John Zahler, Sweet Home, Oregon **Scott William Cron, Maple Valley, Washington Erick David Ellison, Cook, Minnesota Cum laude *Peter Eugene Isner, Macedonia, Ohio Kevin Klocke, Anderson, California Summa cum laude Bachelor of Science in Rangeland Ecology and Management Tyler Alan Airola, Angels Camp, California James Russell Boggan, Riggins Arthur Joesph Flint, San Jose, California **Kelly Ann Gutknecht, Jerome Larry Douglas Hendren, Moscow Lee M. Holtom, Rexburg Brianne Nichole Lind, Challis Magna cum laude Paul Scott Marienau, Sandpoint **Lindsay Michelle Menard, Beavercreek, Ohio Mathew Gordon Pickar, Hoquiam, Washington Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Resources Kristyn Ashley Baker, Ashland, Oregon Ryan Paul Ewing, Blanchard Kelsea Renee Holloway, Boise **Danielle Renee Hopper, Nampa Rebecca Anne Johnson, Ridgecrest, California Summa cum laude Cinda Marie Mattrocce, Madera, California Adam Joseph Mondor, Sweet Justin Robert Olnes, Boise Magna cum laude Daniel V. Romano, Yerington, Nevada Birk Rue Roseman, Boise Brandy Lyn Weigandt, Murdo, South Dakota Julia Michelle Workman, Grangeville Summa cum laude Douglas Gray Kenyon, Lewiston **Jacob Adam Kurth, New Plymouth **Nathan Joseph Lester, Deer Park, Washington Shaylee Rene Martling, Moscow Cum laude Bachelor of Science in Renewable Materials **Slade Michael Jacobs, Kamiah Chattan William McPherson, Olympia, Washington **Brian Cecil Meyers, Grand View **Thomas M. Mowery, Loudonville, Ohio *Kameron Michael Perensovich, Sitka, Alaska Richard Colton Pickett, Caldwell **Nicholas Joel Porter, St. Maries Jeremy Christopher Rausch, Eagle **David James Riley, Warren, Ohio **Brian Weldon Simmons, Cove, Oregon Samuel Scott Stephens, Worland, Wyoming Amy Clare Thorp, Newberg, Oregon Cum laude Bachelor of Science in Resource Recreation and Tourism **Jaz Kama Ammon, Albany, Ohio Summa cum laude **Elizabeth Eileen Boyden, Spokane, Washington Noah Anchard Christenson, Colorado Springs, Colorado **Caelan Teresa Colyer, Poulsbo, Washington **Dylan Perez Walker, Seattle, Washington â€“ 72 â€“ C ollege of S cience Angelie M. Duran, Boise Biology Established in 2002. Paul Joyce, Ph.D., Dean Bachelor of Arts Jonathan Cade Kirkham, Idaho Falls Physics Brannon Joseph Durant, Hayden Biology Tayler Marie Schimel, Pendleton, Oregon Physics Emma Lynn Ehret, Chicago, Illinois Biology Bachelor of Science Christine Marie Acker, Boise Chemistry Tyler James Evans, Coeur d’Alene Chemistry Biology Cum laude Brian Arlindo Faria, Twin Falls Jeffry James Fergen, Pasco, Washington Chemistry Timothy Brandon Anderson, Las Vegas, Nevada Geological Sciences Joshua Thomas Armstrong, Emmett Mathematics Kevin Michael Ferry, Anchorage, Alaska Chemistry Kevin Ross Baker, Issaquah, Washington Geological Sciences Drew Lowell Foraker, Pasco, Washington Geological Sciences *Nathan Robert Bartel, Osburn Physics Haley S. Freeman, Moscow Biology Asahel Collins Beckwith, Jordan Valley, Oregon Physics Ryan Kirk Gole, Coeur d’Alene Biology Biology Cum laude **Taylor James Bieberle, Claflin, Kansas Biology Joshua Philip Gordon, Hayden Erin Elyse Goulet, Centennial, Colorado Biology Christopher Ryan Birkinbine, Boise Physics Daneil Reina Blood, Sandpoint Medical Technology Jason Robert Gray, Caldwell Geography *Kylie Lorraine Bolland, Lewiston Biology Kelly Elizabeth Grove, Meridian Geological Sciences Jacob R. Bow, Gooding Mathematics Cum laude Hannah Beth Hallock, Olympia, Washington Mathematics **Anna Lee Brotnov, Weippe Geological Sciences Danyelle M. Harbauer, Boise Biology Alexander Colin Brown, Boise Mathematics Brandon Taylor Hardie, Cheney, Washington Chemistry Micah Wayne Brown, Idaho Falls Geological Sciences Jeremiah Alton Henderson, Calhan, Colorado Biology Robert Jesse Buckel, Post Falls Biology Nicole Suzanne Henderson, Boise Geography Physics Summa cum laude Mikel Cameron Buffaloe, Post Falls Chemistry *Jorah M. Hinman, Boise *Jeffrey Philip Holmes, Indian Valley Geological Sciences **Logan Bushnell, Puyallup, Washington Biology Amrah Jomar Canul, Belize City, Belize Physics Eric Mathew Billy Hornby, Coeur d’Alene Geography **Matthew Earl Chapin, Soda Springs Geological Sciences **Sarah Elizabeth Horton, Kodiak, Alaska Biology **Christopher Robert Coupe, Hailey Biology **Krishna Humagain, Kathmandu, Nepal Geography Alyssa Nicole Covington, Boise Biology *Omar Davalos, Los Angeles, California Geological Sciences Michelle Merritt Huso, Moscow Chemistry Benjamin David Denn, Post Falls Chemistry Erika Iveta Ikstrums, Sammamish, Washington Geography Mathematics Cum laude *Eric M. Doubet, Puyallup, Washington Geological Sciences Jordan Macey Jackson, Boise – 73 – *Jacob Aaron Johns, Boise Geological Sciences Emily Jolene McHenry, Rathdrum Biology Bridger T. Johnson, Idaho Falls Geological Sciences Joshua Adam McKain, Coeur d’Alene Biology Curtis Lawrence Johnson, Arlington, Washington Geological Sciences Brianna Melendreras, Post Falls Biology Daniel Patrick Johnson, Idaho Falls Geological Sciences Bailey Rose Merwin, Sandpoint Biology Michael Christopher Jones, Pocatello Physics and Mathematics Kimberly Anne Miles, Juneau, Alaska Geological Sciences Sophia E. Jung, Moscow Biology *Marques S. Miller, Moscow Geological Sciences **Thomas R. Kearns, Moscow Geography Alessandra Angeline Minette, Kennewick, Washington Biology **Kathryn Nicole Keeth, Boise Biology *Rachel Ann Molsee, Elk River Biology Benjamin Douglas Knapp, Coeur d’Alene Physics *Anthony Muldrow, Crosby, Texas Physics Daniel L. Knapp, Coeur d’Alene Geological Sciences Chase Robert Nelson, Federal Way, Washington Biology Brianna Catherine Knudtsen, Coeur d’Alene Chemistry Summa cum laude Khoa Dang Nguyen, Boise Chemistry **Jennifer Renee Lennon, Littleton, Colorado Geological Sciences Cheyene Joseph Nickerson, Blackfoot Biology **Jacoby Alexander Leseberg, Eagle Biology **Christopher Joel Nielsen, Moscow Geography Kevin Charles Lewallen, Sheridan, Wyoming Biology Mathematics Cum laude **Sara Ann Ortiz, Coeur d’Alene Mathematics Lucero Leyva-Mendez, Caldwell Austin Kenneth Little, Rathdrum Geography Jeffrey Allen Osborn, Gig Harbor, Washington Biology Delfino Osorio Garcia, Bridgeport, Washington Biology Marcedes Lynn Locken, Belgrade, Montana Biology *Alex Aaron Owens, Middleton Mathematics Megan Lynn Lopez, Oceanside, California Biology Theodore Lamar Owens, Moscow Geography Ricardo Lopez-Maldonado, Perris, California Geological Sciences *Walter Nicholas Pappin, Caldwell Geography William Isaac Loucks, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada Biology **Savannah Marie Patterson, Coeur d’Alene Biology Long Thanh Ly, Twin Falls Mathematics Nicolas Leonardo Pena, Walla Walla, Washington Mathematics Samuel James Lyons, Hayden Lake Biology Alice Carol Pence, Coeur d’Alene Geography Nathan Patrick MacConnel, Idaho Falls Geological Sciences Stephen Joseph Perotti, Nampa Geography Ailene Marie MacPherson, Deary Mathematics Summa cum laude John Nels Persell, Elma, Washington Geological Sciences **Kirsten Emmily March, Buhl Geological Sciences Alexander Gary Peterson, Boise Geography Chemistry Summa cum laude Holly C. Martin, Priest Lake Biology **Jordan Casdorph Porter, Rexburg Gregory Jon Anthony Prins, Walla Walla, Washington Biology William J. Mathews, Moscow Geography Daniel Tobias Matsche, Munich, Germany Geography Biology Cum laude **Joel Magee Profitt, Lewiston Chemistry **Alyssa Jayne Matsuoka, Twin Falls Rebecca Colleen Red, Oak Harbor, Washington Mathematics Genaro Rivera-Gutierrez, Cashmere, Washington Chemistry – 74 – Eric Benjamin Sanden, Lewiston Physics Lesley Kate Williams, Cary, North Carolina Mathematics Meredith Rose Sargent, Helena, Montana Mathematics Mason Graham Workman, Twin Falls Chemistry Kevin Lee Satterberg, Ravensdale, Washington Geography *Jennifer Marie Yearsley, Hayden Biology Todd Richard Eric Schoenberg, Silverdale, Washington Physics Nicholas Wayne Shepherd, Idaho Falls Biology Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry Benjamin David Denn, Post Falls **Samuel Ambrose Hatfield, Lewiston Cum laude Brendan Joseph Sherry, Lewiston Geological Sciences Rachel Etta Johanna Siemens, Coeur d’Alene Biology Grant Ronay Howard, Cloudcroft, New Mexico Magna cum laude *Peder Jens Skollingsberg, Boise Geological Sciences **Michelle Wasche Wiley, Boise Magna cum laude Chelsea Anne Small, Solana Beach, California Mathematics Magna cum laude Mason Graham Workman, Twin Falls Jamie Lynn Soderman, Caldwell Geological Sciences Bachelor of Science in Microbiology Islam M. Abdelrahaman, Boise Daneil Reina Blood, Sandpoint Stephen Michael Burleigh, El Cerrito, California *Heidi Ann Butz, Boise Kelly Margaret Cavanaugh, Wallace *Christopher Lee Ernest, Boise **Maura Aidan Franz, Post Falls **Karina Intan Gray, Sugarland, Texas Jenny Catherine Johnson, Boise **Mark Randall Johnson, St. Maries Shawn Richard Kaschmitter, Cottonwood **Samantha Rae Lange, Eagle **Graham Michael Lilly, Moscow Victoria L. Murrell, Coeur d’Alene Ryan Matthew Osmialowski, Emmett Alan J. Plass, Coeur d’Alene Daniel Eugene Michael Ryan, Moscow Summa cum laude **Michael Alfred Solomon, Middleton Mathematics Mathematics Summa cum laude **Sasha Tatianna Solomon, Coeur d’Alene Casey Lynn Stevens, Florence, Oregon Mathematics *Diana J. Strickley, Henderson, Nevada Geological Sciences Geological Sciences Magna cum laude *Mark Robert Suva, Moscow *Benjamin Robert Syms, Hailey Geological Sciences *Damian M. Tabis, Providence, Rhode Island Biology *Tyler Blaine Thompson, Idaho Falls Geological Sciences Shelby Maie Thornton, Anchorage, Alaska Biology Zach Thomas Tolmie, Homedale Mathematics Jonathon Taylor Townsend, Vancouver, Washington Mathematics Amber Dawn Trost, Priest River Biology **Kali Alison Turner, Elmwood, Illinois Biology Brandon Dee Thompson, Idaho Falls Jordan Jessica Tuffield, Boise Amanda Lynn Turner, Kamiah Amanda Lorene Wright, New Plymouth Ashley Lynn Vaughn, Pocatello Biology Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Jeffrey Leonard Butler, Eagle Kelly Margaret Cavanaugh, Wallace Gabriel Angel Garcia, Nampa Tyler James Thomas Lankford, Viola Nicholas Wayne Shepherd, Idaho Falls Katelyn Susanne Slavens, Coeur d’Alene Magna cum laude **Andrea Elena Villarroel, Sparks, Nevada Geography *Jacob Randall Vogel, Kuna Geological Sciences Sarah Irene Vukelich, Richland, Washington Chemistry Gerald Kirk Wangbichler, Sagle Geography Tiffany Brooke Whitaker, Idaho Falls Biology **Miles Edward Veater, Anchorage, Alaska **Michelle Wasche Wiley, Boise Mathematics Magna cum laude – 75 – H o n o r s C e rt i f i c at e s U niversity H onors P rogram Established in 1983. Stephan Flores, Ph. D., Director; Alton Campbell, Ph.D., Assistant Director. The following members of the University Honors Program have completed the requirements for and were presented with Honors Certificates and Core Awards at a special ceremony and reception on Friday, May 10, 2013. Honors Certificates (27 honors credits): Samuel Ambrose Hatfield, Eagle River, Alaska Biochemistry Core Awards (19 honors credits): Rashell Renea Beckman, Moscow Civil Engineering Rebecca Anne Johnson, Ridgecrest, California Ecology and Conservation Biology, Wildlife Resources Meredith Norman Bishop, Decorah, Iowa Psychology Sophia E. Jung, Moscow Biology Kayla LeeAnn Chinnock, Emmett Elementary Education William Isaac Loucks, Edye Pass, Canada Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Biology Neelima Dahal, Kathmandu, Nepal Electrical Engineering Olivia Arlene McDaniel, Council Anthropology Danyelle M. Harbauer, Boise Biology Meredith Rose Sargent, Helena, Montana Mathematics Mitchell Lee Hornsby, Kuna Philosophy Rachel Anne Smotherman, Moscow Political Science Caitlin Alley Keith, Chugiak, Alaska Biological and Agricultural Engineering Michael Alfred Solomon, Caldwell Computer Science, Mathematics Laura Fumiko Kross, Boise Environmental Science Sarah Irene Vukelich, Richland, Washington Chemistry Kirsten Emmily March, Buhl Geological Science Jasmine Rose Warne-Rowe, Moscow English Kristin Nicole Metz, Lewiston Foreign Languages, Psychology Lauren Marie Millard, Spokane, Washington Civil Engineering Stephen Daniel Millheim, Potlatch Business Alessandra Angeline Minette, Kennewick, Washington Biology Michelle Mollison, Colbert, Washington Athletic Training Travis Williams Nelson, Boise Chemical Engineering Madison Nielson, Cheney, Washington Foreign Languages, Anthropology Sarah Nicole Patterson, Boise Broadcasting and Digital Media Alexandra Marie Rheault, Boise Environmental Science Theora Renae Rice, Sandpoint Computer Science Eric Benjamin Sanden, Moscow Physics Andrew John Spencer, Clancy, Montana Environmental Science Claire E. Stevenson, Moscow International Studies Aerin Truskey, Boise Animal and Veterinary Sciences Chantel Kay Wilkes, Rathdrum International Studies Julia Michelle Workman, Grangeville Rangeland Ecology and Management Avery Worrell, Lewiston Studio Art, Public Relations â€“ 76 â€“ C omm i s s i o n s in the Armed Forces A rmy O fficer E ducation P rogram Established in 1893. Lieutenant Colonel Braum P. Barton, Chair, Department of Military Science, M.S. Human Resources Second Lieutenant, United States Army Sean C. Arbiter, Moscow Brett C. Carr II, North Bend, Washington Richard J. Damron, Orofino Evan K. Easley, Lake Oswego, Oregon Hattie J. Emmett, Forks, Washington Chad M. Harrison, Caldwell Kurt N. Jones, Emmett Amanda J. Liechty, Star Jonathan R. Oates, Caldwell Luke G. Petersen, Wendell Jeremy C. Rausch, Eagle N aval O fficer E ducation P rogram Established in 1945. Captain Gregory Thomas Eaton, U.S.N., M.S. National Security & Strategic Studies Ensign, United States Naval Reserve Joriel Ann Lim Castillo, Winter Springs, Florida Kenneth Alan Fletcher, Richland, Washington Danu Byron Hankins, Springfield, Virginia Jeremiah Alton Henderson, Calhan, Colorado Phillip Thomas Spinden, Delta, California Second Lieutenant, United States M arine Corps R eserve Andrew Joseph Fulcher, Coto de Caza, California Jacob Hanry Johnson, Hermiston, Oregon Bradley Daniel Tyson, Gap, Pennsylvania A ir F orce O fficer E ducation P rogram Established in 1947. Colonel Gregory M. Cain, B.A. Computer Science, Professor of Aerospace Studies Second Lieutenant, United States A ir Force Christine M. Acker, Boise Mark B. Eisenhuth, Newman Lake, Washington Adriana M. Foreman, Viola Joseph D. Renner, Moscow Hali A. Thompson, Eagle River, Alaska â€“ 77 â€“ O f f i c e r E d u c at i o n P ro g r a m s A rmy R eserve O fficer T raining C orps A wards Distinguished Military Graduate This award is presented to ROTC cadets who are in the top 20 percent of all cadets nationwide in academics and ROTC. Connor Arbiter, Moscow Kurt Jones, Emmett Luke Petersen, Wendell American Legion Award for Scholastic Excellence This award is presented to the ROTC cadet who is in the top 25 percent of his class in ROTC and top 10 percent of his class in academic standing. Evan Easley, Lake Oswego, Oregon Department of the Army Superior Cadet This award is presented to the ROTC cadet who is in the top ROTC cadet of his class in both ROTC and academic standing and demonstrates superior officer potential. Kurt Jones, Emmett American Veterans (AMVETS) ROTC cadet in good ROTC and academic standing. Jordan Damron, Orofino General Fredericks Award Connor Arbiter, Moscow Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) ROTC cadet in good ROTC and academic standing. Chad Harrison, Caldwell George C. Marshall Award This award is presented to the ROTC cadet who is the most outstanding of his class in both ROTC and academic standing, demonstrates leadership qualities and possesses scholastic qualities that epitomize the career of General George C. Marshall. Luke Petersen, Wendell Reserve Officers Association (ROA) ROTC cadet in good ROTC and academic standing. Brett Carr, North Bend, Washington American Legion Award for Military Excellence This award is presented to the ROTC Cadet who is in the top 25 percent of his class in ROTC Paul Schneider, Yakima, Washington A ir F orce R eserve O fficer T raining C orps A wards American Legion General Military Excellence Award This award is presented to cadets in the upper 25 percent of the Air Force ROTC detachment who demonstrate outstanding qualities of military leadership, discipline, character and citizenship. Joseph D. Renner, Moscow â€“ 78 â€“ N aval R eserve O fficer T raining C orps A wards Naval Submarine League Outstanding Achievement Award This award is presented to the most outstanding graduate who will pursue a career in the submarine service. This individual must also demonstrate superior academic performance and exceptional military aptitude. ENS Kenneth Fletcher, Richland, Washington National Defense Industry Award Awarded to a student for outstanding performance in officer training, for maintaining a high standard in academic achievement and leadership, and for displaying exceptional interest in all matters pertaining to defense preparedness and national security. ENS Danu Hankins, Springfield, Virgina National Defense Transportation Award Presented to a graduating senior in the top 25 percent of their graduating Naval Science class and who is also enrolled in a degree program with emphasis in the transportation or business field. 2nd Lt. Jacob Johnson, Hermiston, Oregon â€“ 79 â€“ M e d i c a l E d u c at i o n P ro g r a m s W ashington -W yoming -A laska -M ontana -I daho P rogram in M edical E ducation Established in 1971. Andrew L. Turner, Ph.D., Director Idaho WWAMI students receiving Doctorate of Medicine degrees from the University of Washington School of Medicine, following completion of training at both UI and UW-Seattle, with area of specialization for residency training. Camille Asher, Radiation Oncology Jonette Bartlett, Internal Medicine Jacob Berriochoa, Emergency Medicine Ashley Burt, Diagnostic Radiology Scott Butikofer, Ophthalmology Hillary Chisholm, Ophthalmology Reiko Emtman, Psychiatry Paige Flett, Diagnostic Radiology Christina Gamboa, Radiation Oncology Heather Hallett, Internal Medicine Jason Hooton, Ophthalmology Brooke Jardine, Pediatrics Kristin Johnson, Pediatrics MaryAlice Lopez, Obstetrics and Gynecology Lucas Marchand, Orthopaedic Surgery Sabrina Oldfield, Thoracic Surgery Richard Runyan, Anesthesiology Blake Sampson, Dermatology Jacob Smith, Diagnostic Radiology Rufus Van Dyke, Orthopaedic Surgery The WWAMI Medical Education Program is offered in partnership between the University of Washington School of Medicine and the host universities throughout the five-state regional system. Medical students from Idaho complete their first year of medical training at the University of Idaho, Moscow campus, and then complete the remainder of their medical training in Seattle, Boise, rural Idaho communities, or training sites throughout the WWAMI region. The UI WWAMI Program is offered jointly with the WSU WWAMI Program and offers first-year medical students the opportunities of training with the combined biomedical faculties, while making use of the teaching, research and training facilities on both campuses. UI WWAMI students also complete their first clinical training rotations with local physicians, clinics and hospitals in Moscow and the Palouse. W ashington -I daho R egional P rogram V eterinary M edicine Established in 1974. Carl W. Hunt, Head of Animal and Veterinary Science in The University of Idaho cooperates with Washington State University in a program of veterinary medical education, research and service. In the program, students from Idaho take the first three years of professional training in veterinary medicine at Washington State University; faculty members from Idaho and WSU offer instruction in the professional and academic curricula. In the fourth year of the program, students receive part of the clinical training at the Caldwell, Idaho, veterinary medical facility. Angela Brooking, Boise Gustavo Carreon, Marsing Kristen Konzek, Moscow Amelia Naher, Fruitland Andrew Nicholson, Coeur d’Alene Brooke Schlake, Troy Shane Smith, Pleasant Valley Danielle Sims, Challis – 80 – I n M e mo r i a m Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering – May 2012 – William P. Barnes Professor Emeritus of Geology – July 2012 – Robert W. Jones Professor Emeritus of Forest Products – February 2012 – George Belt Research Professor Emeritus of Agronomy – August 2012 – John J. Kolar Professor Emeritus of Industrial Education Chair Emeritus of Industrial Education – July 2012 – William R. Biggam Professor Emeritus of Fish and Wildlife Sciences – October 2012 – Craig MacPhee Professor Emerita of Sociology – April 2012 – Zaye Chapin Professor of Animal and Veterinary Science – January 2012 – Peter South Extension Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Education – May 2012 – Lee W. Hamilton Professor Emeritus of Anthropology – August 2012 – Roderick Sprague III Associate Professor of Dance – August 2012 – Gregory J. Halloran Professor Emeritus of Education – June 2012 – Edward Woolums Professor Emeritus of Zoology – May 2012 – Rolph Ingermann Associate Professor of Law – December 2012 – Alan Williams – 81 – C i tat i o n s BRADFORD BROWN, 1975; Professor of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences; Ph.D., 1985, Utah State University Emeritus since 2012 ROGER COLE, 1976; Professor of Music; D.M.A.; 1982, Yale University Emeritus since 2013 FRANK CRONK, 1972; Professor of Art and Design; M.F.A., 1972; University of Idaho Emeritus since 2012 DAVID EGOLF, 1994; Professor of Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., 1976; Purdue University Emeritus since 2013 DAVID GIESE, 1977; Professor of Art and Design; M.F.A., 1972, University of Arizona Emeritus since 2013 on Retirement GEORGIA JOHNSON, 1992; Associate Professor of Education; Ph.D., 1992, University of Utah Emerita since 2013 WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN, 1977; Professor of Conservation Social Sciences; Ph.D., 1977, Colorado State University Emeritus since 2012 HOWARD PEAVY, 1993; Professor of Civil Engineering; Associate Dean, College of Engineering; Ph.D., 1974, University of Oklahoma Emeritus since 2009 OLLE PELLMYR, 2002; Professor of Biology; D.Phil., 1985, Uppsala University Emeritus since 2012 JUDITH TOTMAN PARRISH-JONES, , 2003; Professor of Geological Sciences; Ph.D., 1979, University of California Santa Cruz Emerita since 2012 PAUL S. PORTER, 1992; Associate Professor of Civil Engineering; Ph.D., 1986; Colorado State University Emeritus since 2012 GUNDARS RUDZITIS, 1995; Professor of Geography; Ph.D., 1977, University of Chicago Emeritus since 2012 HUNTER SNEVILY, 1993; Associate Professor of Mathematics; Ph.D., 1991, University of Illinois Emeritus since 2012 THOMAS V. TROTTER, 1990; Professor of Counseling and School Psychology; Coordinator, Counseling and Human Services Program; Ph.D., 1981, University of Idaho Emeritus since 2012 RICHARD B. WELLS, 1981; Professor of Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., 1985, University of Idaho Emeritus since 2013 LINDA GOSSETT, 1989; Extension Professor and Extension Educator; M.P.A., 1997, Boise State University Emerita since 2012 FRED GUNNERSON, 1995; Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Ph.D., 1979, University of New Mexico Emeritus since 2012 SAM HAM, 1978; Professor of Communication Psychology and International Conservation; Ph.D., 1982, University of Idaho Emeritus since 2013 BEVERLY HEALY, 1969; Extension Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences; M.Ed., 1983, Northwest Nazarene College Emerita since 2012 GARY JOHNSON, 1990; Professor of Hydrogeology; Ph.D., 1991, University of Idaho Emeritus since 2013 – 82 – Significance Gowns of A c a d e m i c A p pa r e l and Mace By observing certain features of the academic apparel, it is possible to learn several things about the academic status of the scholar: the level of the degree attained, the branch of learning in which it was earned, and the college or university conferring the degree. The gowns differ according to the level of the degree. The sleeves are the principal indicator – gowns of bachelors have pointed sleeves; those of masters have oblong sleeves with an arc cut away at the front; and doctors have round, bell-shaped sleeves. Bachelor’s and master’s gowns are untrimmed. Doctoral gowns have distinctive velvet facing down the front and three velvet bars on each sleeve. Caps The color of the tassel worn on the cap varies with the level of degree. The bachelor’s tassel represents the color appropriate to the major field of study; the master’s and specialist’s tassels are black; and the doctoral tassels are old gold. Hoods The length of the hood also varies according to the level of degree. The bachelor’s gown is worn without a hood. A master’s hood is three and one-half feet long, and a doctor’s hood is four feet in length and has panels at the sides. It is from the colors adorning the hood that one can learn two other facts. Lining – the hood is lined with the official color or colors of the college or university conferring the degree (silver and gold, signifying the University of Idaho). Trimming – the hood is trimmed with velvet of a color appropriate to the wearer’s branch of learning. For example, the trimming for the degree of Master of Science in Agriculture is maize, representing agriculture, rather than golden yellow, representing science. In the case of the Doctor of Philosophy degree, the dark blue color is used, representing the mastery of the discipline of learning and scholarship, regardless of the branch of learning. Colors associated with the different disciplines are as follows: Agriculture Maize Arts, Letters, Humanities White Commerce, Accountancy, Business Drab Dentistry Lilac Economics Copper Education Light Blue Engineering Orange Fine Arts, including Architecture Brown Forestry Russet Journalism Crimson Law Purple Library Science Lemon Medicine Green Music Pink Nursing Apricot Oratory (Speech) Silver Gray Pharmacy Olive Green Philosophy Dark Blue Physical Education Sage Green Public Administration Peacock Blue Public Health Salmon Pink Science Golden Yellow Social Work Citron Theology Scarlet Veterinary Science (DVM) Gray Honor Cords Honor Cords, worn around the neck and hanging loosely down the front, identify students who are graduating with honors: gold, summa cum laude (with highest distinction); silver, magna cum laude (with great distinction); and bronze, cum laude (with distinction). The cords are provided by the University of Idaho and are worn on this one occasion only. The University of Idaho adopted a doctoral gown of its own in 1989. The silver gown has a panel and sleeve bars of black velvet outlined in antique gold. The beret-style soft cap is patterned after the Cambridge version instead of the traditional Oxford-style mortarboard. The cap and gown were designed by Emeritus Professor Edmund Chavez in the university’s centennial year and is worn today by faculty serving as officials at the university commencements. The mace, a heavy staff or club used in medieval times for breaking armor, acquired a ceremonial function in 13th-century France as a symbol of secular authority. The University of Idaho mace — designed by Edmund M. Chavez, professor emeritus, with metal work by Idaho artist Ray Goodner — was used for the first time at the 1989 centennial commencement. It is 32 inches long, made of walnut, and encircled with bands of Idaho gold and silver in which Idaho garnets and opals are set. The head is embellished with silver and gold representations of camas plants and syringa flowers. To enrich education through diversity, the University of Idaho does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran in employment or in admission to or the operation of its educational program and activities, as required by state and federal laws and regulation. Inquiries may be directed to the university’s Office of Human Rights, Access and Inclusion. – 83 – “ H e r e W e H a v e I d a ho ” 1 Alma Mater, the hope of a pioneer race; You’re fashioned of dreams and of toil, Your walls and your towers by stout-hearted men Were raised from the rock and the soil. Chorus And here we have Idaho, Winning her way to fame; Silver and Gold in the sunlight blaze, And romance lies in her name; Singing, we’re singing of you, ah, proudly too; All our lives through we’ll go singing, Singing of you, Alma Mater, our Idaho. 2 Now ours is the heritage, rich and so full, The gain of their toil and their tears; And ours is the fruit, and the harvest is ours, Oh, Idaho, gift of the years. Chorus And here we have Idaho, Winning her way to fame; Silver and Gold in the sunlight blaze, And romance lies in her name; Singing, we’re singing of you, ah, proudly too; All our lives through we’ll go singing, Singing of you, Alma Mater, our Idaho. – 84 –