SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2017 | 10:00 A.M.
Order of Exercises Grand Procession of Students, Faculty, Staff, Trustees, and Honored Guests Greetings from the President and Chair of the Board of Trustees Tuajuanda C. Jordan, president The Honorable Sven Holmes, chair of the Board of Trustees
Reading of a Poem: “Ithaka” by C.P. Cavafy Robin Bates, professor of English
Valedictory Address Melissa Barall
“St. Mary’s College of Maryland” Led by Professor of Music Larry Vote and members of the Chamber Singers Sung by all: see page 4 in program
Commencement Address Wanda Q. Draper
Conferral of Honorary Degrees Wanda Q. Draper Bradley Gottfried John J. McAllister
Presentation of Candidates for Degrees Katherine Gantz, associate dean of faculty
President’s Charge to the Graduating Class Conferral of the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, & Master of Arts in Teaching Degrees Tuajuanda C. Jordan, president
Recessional Music by the Drum Corps
Tuajuanda C. Jordan, PhD PRESIDENT OF ST. MARY’S COLLEGE OF MARYLAND
Dr. Tuajuanda Jordan has served as St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s (SMCM) seventh president since July 2014. During her tenure, the Board of Trustees approved A Time for Rebirth, a new three-year strategic plan that builds on the College’s charter as Maryland’s only public honors college and the first of its kind in the nation. St. Mary’s College of Maryland has been widely recognized for its successes. Ranked among the top 100 Kiplinger’s list of best values in public colleges (2017) and among the top 5 best public liberal arts colleges in the nation by U.S. News & World Report (2018), SMCM continues to build upon its solid reputation for academic excellence under Dr. Jordan’s watch. Under her leadership, the College continues to analyze and assess its programming to ensure that students are provided opportunities to be engaged, productive global citizens and leaders. Since joining the College, Dr. Jordan has been widely recognized for her contributions to higher education and the larger community. In 2017, she was named one of the Top 25 Women in Higher Education by the national magazine, Diverse Issues in Higher Education. In addition to serving on numerous national panels and boards, she was recognized as a Black Leader in Education by the AFRO (2017), was named as one of Fisk University’s Talented Tenth (2016), Purdue University’s Distinguished Women Scholars (2015-16), and as an Influential Marylander by the Daily Record (2015). In 2017, she received the Women Inspiring Women Network, Inc.’s Women Inspiring Women Leadership Award, Women on the Move Award from Associated Black Charities, and Trailblazer Award from Morgan State University. Dr. Jordan received the Torchbearer Award (2014) from the National Coalition of Black Women, Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter, and was inducted (2015) into the Zeta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest academic honor society. Prior to SMCM, Dr. Jordan served as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and as a professor of chemistry at Lewis & Clark College in Oregon. While there, she helped recruit an exceptional and diverse faculty, launched a center for entrepreneurship, and developed a campus-wide system to increase student persistence and graduation rates. While an associate dean and tenured faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences at Xavier University of Louisiana, she helped establish the center for undergraduate research and creativity. Dr. Jordan gained national prominence in the realm of science education with the creation of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Science Education Alliance (SEA) program and the launch of its first initiative, the SEA Phage program, which engaged novice undergraduates in research in genomics and bioinformatics. This program has been implemented at more than 50 diverse institutions across the nation, impacted thousands of students and faculty, and resulted in numerous scientific and pedagogical publications. Dr. Jordan holds a B.S. in chemistry from Fisk University and a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Purdue University.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Board of Trustees The Honorable Sven Holmes, Chair
Ann L. McDaniel, Vice Chair
John Chambers Wobensmith ’93, Treasurer
Lawrence "Larry" E. Leak '76, Secretary
Carlos Alcazar Anirban Basu John Bell '95 Arthur “Lex” Birney, Jr. Cindy Broyles ’79 Peter Bruns Donny Bryan ’73 John Bullock
Peg Duchesne ’77 Susan Dyer Elizabeth Graves ’95 Gail Harmon The Honorable Steny H. Hoyer Capt. Glen Ives, USN Retired Danielle Troyan ’92 Alan Wagaman '06
Sharon Phillips ’18, Student Trustee Laura Cripps, HSMC
Gary Jobson Molly Mahoney Matthews R. Douglas Mathias ’73 John McAllister James P. Muldoon Terry Meyerhoff Rubenstein
Robert S. Waldschmitt H. Thomas Waring Harry J. Weitzel
Trustees Emeriti June W. Auerbach ’49 Benjamin Cardin Esther L. Coopersmith G. Thomas Daugherty ’65 Bonnie Green ’74 Patrick Hervy
The Founding of St. Mary’s St. Mary’s dates back to 1840, when three men of St. Mary’s County (a doctor, a lawyer, and a planter) decided that Maryland should have a monument to Lord Baltimore’s 1634 colony at the busy little river port known as St. Mary’s City. They admired Lord Baltimore’s experiment in freedom of conscience and in the separation of church and state, so they decided that Maryland’s “living monument” should be a girls’ high school (or seminary, as high schools were often called in those days) that would exemplify his beliefs. They also decided that this state-supported school would be named after Maryland’s first capital, St. Mary’s City, and that it would have an independent board of trustees. It would be non-denominational, with both trustees and faculty evenly divided among Methodists, Catholics, and Episcopalians—the three major denominations in St. Mary’s County at the time. In 1874, the first certificate of graduation was granted to Sallie Brome Morsell. St. Mary’s Female Seminary taught the liberal arts and evolved into a junior college in 1926. By the end of the 1960s it had become St. Mary’s College of Maryland, a coeducational four-year college. It attracted bright students who were looking for the almost impossible—a college that was public, affordable, devoted to the liberal arts, academically rigorous, respectful of all races and creeds, and overseen by an independent board of trustees and a well-credentialed faculty committed to scholarship and teaching. By the early 1990s the College was being praised in all the national college guides, and in 1992, St. Mary’s College was recognized by the governor and the Maryland legislature as an honors college.
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Faculty Distinction In the academic world, it is not only students who receive special notices for outstanding work; faculty do, too. Faculty are recognized with promotions, awards, and endowed chairs/ professorships. Such special professorships are not supported by the regular budget but by an endowment – that is, by gifts made by individuals to the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Foundation. The interest from these specially designated gifts makes it possible for the holder of the chair or professorship to enjoy extra financial support for further research and professional growth. The chair or professorship is generally held for a three-year term. Each spring, the College recognizes student and faculty scholarship at an Awards Convocation. The faculty recognized at this year's convocation are noted here. The Norton T. Dodge Award for Scholarly and Creative Achievement was established in 1989 by the late Norton T. Dodge, who served on the board of trustees of St. Mary’s College from 1968 to 1980 and was professor of economics at the College from 1980 to 1989. This award recognizes faculty accomplishments. This year’s recipient of the Norton T. Dodge Award for Scholarly and Creative Achievement is Charles Adler, professor of physics.
The Homer L. Dodge Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Junior Faculty Member was established in 2003, also by the late Norton T. Dodge, to recognize excellence in teaching. This year's recipient of the Homer L. Dodge Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Junior Faculty Member is Kelly Neiles, assistant professor of chemistry. In 2017, a new award was established by President Tuajuanda C. Jordan to recognize members of the St. Mary’s College community who exhibit exemplary teaching within or beyond the traditional classroom. This year's recipient of the Jordan Teaching Exemplar Award is Janna Thompson, assistant professor of educational studies. . In 2011, Donald Stabile established an award to recognize faculty members who are active participants in the student life of the College. This award was named to honor his colleague, the late Andy Kozak, professor of economics. This year’s recipient of the Andy Kozak Faculty Contribution to Student Life Award is Scott Mirabile, associate professor of psychology.
Commencement Speaker Wanda Q. Draper Doctor of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa A native of Baltimore, Md., Wanda Q. Draper graduated from the University of Maryland School of Journalism. She also attended Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Contemporary Studies and the University of Maryland School of Law. She was appointed executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture on September 28, 2016. She came to the museum from WBAL-TV of the Hearst Corporation in a number of capacities, including director of programming and public affairs. Draper began her career with Hearst Newspapers as a reporter for the Baltimore News American. She also worked at WJZ-TV, Maryland Public Television, and the National Aquarium in Baltimore. She has a proven dedication to uplifting and empowering communities in need. Her view of community service as a social responsibility has led her to take on hunger, homelessness, and education amongst many other worthy causes. The highlight of her community service was serving on the founding board of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum from 1999 to 2008. She was honored to return as executive director in 2016. Draper is married to Robert Draper. They have two children and three grandchildren.
Recipients of Honorary Degrees Bradley Gottfried Doctor of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa Bradley Gottfried served as College of Southern Maryland’s fourth president from 2006 – 2017. Previously, he was president of Sussex County Community College for six years. After receiving his Ph.D. in Zoology from Miami University in 1976, Gottfried devoted his professional life to higher education. He has served as a full-time faculty member, department head, campus dean, chief academic officer and president. Under Gottfried’s leadership, CSM played an active role in the growth of Southern Maryland. This included the development and expansion of several academic and workforce development programs, and the formation of a number of institutes. During his tenure, collaboration with the college was enhanced and served to strengthen the student pipeline between the two institutions, thus facilitating transfer student transition into St. Mary’s College. Gottfried and his wife, Linda, donate countless hours each year helping the region’s nonprofit organizations become more successful by leading strategic planning exercises and working with boards to strengthen governance, marketing, advocacy and fund-raising efforts. He is also a historian, having written eleven books on the Civil War.
John J. McAllister Doctor of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa John J. McAllister earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Notre Dame and his master’s degree in procurement from George Washington University. McAllister is a retired Navy Captain (U.S. Navy Reserves) who began his 12-year Navy career as a U.S. Naval Supply Corps Officer. In 1981, McAllister left the Navy to accept a position as head of the contracting division for a naval activity in Southern Maryland. A year later, he joined a large defense contractor for a two-year period as a project manager, directing a technical program analysis effort supporting Navy Command and Control Systems. In 1984, he joined with Rex Eagan to found Eagan, McAllister Associates, Inc. McAllister served as president and CEO until the company was sold in 2003. McAllister served on the St. Mary's College of Maryland Board of Trustees from 2004-2016. He has been an active supporter of the College as a River Concert Series sponsor and as a supporter of the Computer Science Co-op. He is also an active member of the community, having served on the Historic St. Mary’s City Commission, the Board of the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center and Sotterley Plantation Board.
The Academic Procession The academic procession is as colorful as a parade, and equally informative. Just as you can “read” a military parade, identifying each individual’s rank, so you can read an academic procession once you know the code. In the academic world, this code is both the cut of the long robe and the length of the colorful hood. These, along with the caps, have evolved from clothing worn in the Middle Ages by scholars and clerics alike—who were often one and the same person. The procession is led by the graduating seniors, preceded by that faculty member who, being chosen annually by the Faculty Senate, carries the large wooden mace, long a symbol of authority. Wearing a simple variation of the medieval black gown, the seniors wear hoods that are short and lined with the College’s colors: blue, gold, and white. The hoods are edged in white, indicating a degree in the liberal arts (humanities). A pale blue and pink cord signifies election to Phi Beta Kappa. Students belonging to 12 national academic honor societies are set apart by the tasseled cords or medallions that are worn around the neck (see p. 10). All the students wear mortarboard caps with the tassel hanging over the right front, but at the end of the ceremony the new graduates will flip these tassels to the left. The faculty marshal follows the students, ushering in the second half of the procession, which consists of faculty, staff, and finally the platform party. For those with master’s degrees, the robe is as plain as a bachelor’s robe, but its long, narrow, tapered sleeves fall almost to the knees. (If you’re a fan of older British movies, you will recognize that this is the gown often worn by schoolmasters when teaching.) Most of the College faculty, however, wear the doctor’s gown, easily distinguished by its enormous bell-shaped sleeves with the three velvet, horizontal bars that match the broad band down the front of the robe. The doctor’s gown is usually black, but a few universities ask their doctoral graduates to wear a robe in the color of that university. Among our faculty, therefore, you may notice red gowns (Cornell, carnelian red, and also the University of Maryland); blue (both Pennsylvania State and Yale); lighter blue (Duke, and also the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill); royal blue (University of Michigan); purple with orange (Clemson); red and black (University of Toronto, Canadian styling); red and gold (University of Manchester, Great Britain); gold and navy (University of Colorado-Boulder); palm green (University of Hawaii); maroon (University of Chicago); dark blue (George Washington and also Howard); purple and yellow (University of Washington); cardinal red (Stanford); cherry red (Temple); purple (Northwestern); scarlet (Boston University); maroonish-red and blue (University of Pennsylvania); brown (Brown); dark green (Dartmouth); and crimson (Harvard). The doctoral hood is lined in the color of the university that gave the degree. The broad edging on the hood is the same color as the horizontal bars on the sleeves of the gown, indicating the field in which the doctorate was received: deep blue for the liberal arts (Ph.D.), light blue for education, purple for law, pink for music, etc. Because most of our faculty have a Ph.D. in the liberal arts, the color on the sleeve bars and the edging on the hood is deep blue. Academic caps are derived from the medieval, black, dome-shaped biretta, still worn today by Roman Catholic and Anglo-Catholic clergy. Now considerably flattened, this black cap has evolved in the academic world into the stiff, four-square “mortarboard” (derived from Oxford), or the soft velvet tam (Cambridge).
Academic Distinction Graduating with Honors Seniors with a high grade-point average (GPA) are candidates for a degree with honors. These honors have, for centuries, been expressed in the Latin phrase “cum laude” (with praise). All candidates for a degree with honors are also St. Mary’s scholars. Below, the GPAs are ranked from highest to lowest: Summa cum laude: 3.900 - 4.000 GPA Magna cum laude: 3.700 - 3.899 GPA Cum laude: 3.500 - 3.699 GPA
Valedictorians The class valedictorian is the senior who has the highest GPA (grade-point average) in the class. In the Class of 2018, there are two valedictorians: Tyler Jones and Melissa Barall. Jones is a physics and computer science double major and mathematics minor. He was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as a junior, and this spring he won the Physics Department Award for academic excellence. He is president of the Jiu Jitsu Club and a tutor in the Writing and Speaking Center. Barall is is a triple major in public policy, economics, and political science, with a minor in mathematics. She studied abroad at University College Dublin, served as a student ambassador for Admissions, and twice interned with Wells Fargo as a summer analyst. She is co-captain of the women’s varsity tennis team, a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, and editor of the political science student journal, Open Water. This spring, she won the ScholarAthlete Award and the Louise Victoria Lusby Award in economics.
Academic Distinction Phi Beta Kappa The Phi Beta Kappa Society was established at the College of William and Mary in 1776, and the Zeta Chapter at St. Maryâ€™s College of Maryland was founded in 1997. Election to Phi Beta Kappa signifies outstanding achievement in the attainment of an education in the liberal arts. Students completing their junior or senior year are elected primarily on the basis of scholarly achievement, broad academic interest and good character. Students who have been elected to Phi Beta Kappa are wearing pale blue and pink cords over their black gowns. Class of 2017 Allison Barrett Sydney Cunniff Class of 2018 Ziyue Dong Benjamin Ertman Caroline Goyco
Alexander Hafey Tyler Jones Sally McFadden Abigail Messaris Hannah Murphy Rebecca Ritter Caroline Robertson Brendan Rollins
Samuel Rosenblatt Halcyon Ruskin Caitlin Schoen Marily Steyert Charlotte Torrence Anna Vagnoni
Class of 2019 Megan Root
Academic Honor Societies The College was admitted to the national academic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa, in 1997. In addition, 12 academic departments have also instituted campus chapters in national honor societies that are discipline-specific. Students who have been admitted to these academic honor societies are today wearing colored cords or medallions over their black gowns. Anthropology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biology Economics English History French Neuroscience Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology
(Lambda Alpha) (Chi Omega Lambda) (Beta Beta Beta) (Omicron Delta Epsilon) (Sigma Tau Delta) (Phi Alpha Theta) (Pi Delta Phi) (Nu Rho Psi) (Sigma Pi Sigma) (Pi Sigma Alpha) (Psi Chi) (Alpha Kappa Delta)
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Degree Candidates Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Master of Arts in Teaching Some students have a minor, or more than one major, and it is listed beneath their hometown. This list is complete as of May 10, 2018. Those with an asterisk (*) are expected to complete all degree requirements by Fall 2018.
Anthropology BACHELOR OF ARTS
Demilade Victoria Adebayo Lanham, Md.
Eathan Brown Baltimore, Md. Minor: Museum Studies Magna Cum Laude
Caitlin Marie Connolly Montgomery Village, Md. Minor: Museum Studies
Owen Keegan Doty Towson, Md. Environmental Studies
Myra Helen McAdory
Hollywood, Md. Minor: History Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Nina Elizabeth Harris
August P. Rowell
Grantsville, Md. Minor: Theater Studies
Owings, Md. Minor: Economics
Charles Alan Howe Kreizenbeck
Mychelle Lee Shymansky
Lusby, Md. Minor: Theater Studies
Natalie Patricia Krissoff
Maxwell Tok Sickler
'Aine Virginia McCambridge White
Baltimore, Md. Minor: Museum Studies Magna Cum Laude
Towson, Md. Theater, Film & Media Studies Minor: Educational Studies
Conner Sheldon Dorbin
Easton, Md. Minor: Museum Studies
Bethesda, Md. Mathematics
Saint Michaels, Md. Minor: Political Science
Mitch E. Vicieux
Avery Kent Filer Baltimore, Md.
Arielle Lillian Gross Derwood, Md. Minor: Music Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Patrick H. Martin Stevensville, Md. Student-Designed: War and Peace Studies Minor: African & African Diaspora Studies Minor: Political Science
Art BACHELOR OF ARTS
Morgan Beahm Huntingtown, Md.
Yi Huei Chu Columbia, Md. Minor: Environmental Studies
Lexington Park, Md. Minor: Film & Media Studies
Art History BACHELOR OF ARTS
Cecelia Elizabeth Marquez Bethesda, Md. Minor: Art Studio Magna Cum Laude
Charlotte Alexandra Torrence Ashland, Va. Minor: German Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Samantha Jane Wright Silver Spring, Md. History Minor: Museum Studies Summa Cum Laude
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Alexander E. Bates
John Torsten DeMey
Odenton, Md. Minor: Environmental Studies
Forest Hill, Md.
Kieran Christopher Broder Silver Spring, Md. Biochemistry
Walter Patrick Cummins
Asian Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS
Greenbelt, Md. Environmental Studies
Louis Tyler Randall *
Greta Rhys Eger Cady
Gwynn Oak, Md.
Brookeville, Md. International Languages & Cultures: Chinese
Madeline Elizabeth Rivard *
Scott Michael Gutherie
Wheaton, Md. Environmental Studies
Abram Michael Shaw
College Park, Md. Environmental Studies Minor: Music Magna Cum Laude
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Katherine Ann Huerta Rockville, Md. Minor: Mathematics Cum Laude
Jean-Paul Andre Pellet Frederick, Md. Minor: Art Studio
Katherine Patricia Vervack Eldersburg, Md. Minor: Film & Media Studies
Economics BACHELOR OF ARTS
Bradley Alexander Adam * East Greenwich, R.I. Public Policy Studies Minor: Mathematics
Kathleen Carmean Ellicott City, Md. Minor: English
Chemistry BACHELOR OF ARTS
Bladensburg, Md. Minor: Computer Science
Andrew Walls Davis
Barbara Ann Bafford
Havre De Grace, Md.
Phoenix, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Peter Johnson Dean
Alyssa Lynn Vianese
Elisabeth Anne Ericson
Malik Shemar Jackson
Bowie, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Political Science
Fredonia, N.Y. Minor: Neurosciences
North Potomac, Md. Environmental Studies
Ryan Andrew Vreeland
Amanda Marie Hastings
Bowie, Md. Minor: Music Minor: Mathematics
Hayley Danielle Dutton
Edgewater, Md. Computer Science Cum Laude
Yifan Yan * Clarksburg, Md.
William Weeks Dempster
Germantown, Md. Minor: Sociology Cum Laude
Patrick Sirodom Musick
Daniel Conner Campbell
Bethesda, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Political Science Cum Laude
Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Environmental Studies Minor: Mathematics Minor: Anthropology Cum Laude
Berwyn, Pa. Minor: Sociology
Kebron Kelelaw Negesse
Dawn Pauline Coady
Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Arnold, Md. Minor: English
Alexandra Lynn Paglia
Waldorf, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Minor: Spanish Cum Laude
Forest Hill, Md. Magna Cum Laude
Jane Claire Dibble
Bennett Marcel Garner
Alexander James Hammer Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Zachary Marine Haussler Woodbine, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Political Science Cum Laude
Zhuoqun Jiang Fort Howard, Md. Minor: Mathematics Magna Cum Laude
Alhaj Yusuf Khadar
Natasha Danielle Palance Germantown, Md. Minor: Film & Media Studies
William Yale Schaffer Knoxville, Md. Minor: Mathematics Minor: Computer Science Magna Cum Laude
Justin Lee Skotnicki
John Streett Cavendish Darrell Baltimore, Md.
Damascus, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Magna Cum Laude
Lakeshia Renae Ferebee Baltimore, Md. Theater, Film and Media Minor: German Cum Laude
Jacob Kim Fusco
Great Mills, Md.
Derwood, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Kyle Van Winter
Noelle Elizabeth Gebelein
Laurel, Md. Minor: Political Science
Huntingtown, Md. Economics Magna Cum Laude
Isabella Marie Wolf
Charles Kwadwo Kwarteng, III Elkridge, Md.
Woodstock, Md. Minor: African & African Diaspora Studies Minor: History
Matthew John Yurich
Baltimore, Md. Minor: Philosophy Minor: Spanish Cum Laude
Mt. Airy, Md. Minor: Political Science
Natalie Morgan Hussey
Bayard Meiser Annapolis, Md. Environmental Studies Magna Cum Laude
Anthony Paul Morabito * Bethesda, Md.
English BACHELOR OF ARTS
Kayla Meghan Armer California, Md.
Elizabeth Ann Bailey
Allison Paige Holtzman
Germantown, Md. Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Minor: Philosophy
Ashley Dawn Kadva Lexington Park, Md.
Hannah Marie Lyon Severna Park, Md.
Lanham, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Jessica Elaine Maddox
Sabrina Anne Wood
Margaret Grace Rudy
Towson, Md. Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Minor: Anthropology Cum Laude
Severna Park, Md. Political Science Cum Laude
Frederick, Md. Minor: Theater Studies Minor: Biology
Ari Tanenbaum Marine Bethesda, Md.
Abigail Marie Messaris Abingdon, Md. International Languages & Cultures: French Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Ami Oliver Ocean City, Md. Minor: Religious Studies
Rebecca Lynn Riley Columbia, Md. International Languages & Cultures: French Magna Cum Laude
Rebecca Ruth Ritter Hanover, Md. International Languages & Cultures: Spanish Minor: Computer Science Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Michael Ryan Stansell Damascus, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Max Christian Styles * Germantown, Md.
Faith Riley Wallace Piney Point, Md. Cum Laude
Samantha Marie Warby
Lea Michelle Traynor
Environmental Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS
Joseph Vito Bavaro Brick, N.J.
Marykate Cecelia Brown Monkton, Md. Anthropology
Sarah Lynn Fellerman Havre De Grace, Md. English Cum Laude
Allison Cathryn Graf Annapolis, Md.
Glen Price Havens Dameron, Md.
Benjamin Erik Kass Rockville, Md. Minor: Computer Science
Annarose O'Neil Kennedy Gaithersburg, Md. Minor: Anthropology Cum Laude
Thomas John McPhaul Bethesda, Md. Anthropology Minor: Art Studio
Lauren Blair O'Connell
Lexington Park, Md.
Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Biology
Carly Elizabeth Wedding
Eric Bryce Ortiz
Bryantown, Md. Minor: Sociology
Arnold, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
History BACHELOR OF ARTS
Michael Alexander Anania Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Asian Studies
Kasey Margaret Anita Dawson Halethorpe, Md.
Ralph Edwin Batykefer Lexington Park, Md. Minor: Anthropology
Samuel Joseph Besse Laurel, Md. English Minor: Anthropology Cum Laude
Geneva Cann Marblehead, Mass. Minor: Museum Studies
Samuel Charles Coomes Pasadena, Md. Minor: Sociology Cum Laude
Christopher J. Drexel Elkridge, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Rebecca Elaine Herckner Easton, Md.
Jonathan Tyler Hogston La Plata, Md.
George Kemp *
Katherine Rebecca Wells
Karen Yaneth Martinez
Prince Frederick, Md. Minor: Museum Studies
Pocomoke City, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Minor: African & African Diaspora Studies
Cheverly, Md. Spanish Minor: Educational Studies Cum Laude
David Michael Lungociu Rockville, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Cum Laude
Jarred Michael Willis Waldorf, Md. Minor: Political Science
Cormac Allen Morrish Fulton, Md.
Casey Lee Reil Joppa, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Caitlin Schoen Cabin John, Md. Minor: Art Studio Minor: French Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
International Languages & Cultures BACHELOR OF ARTS
Manuel De Jesus Galvez Great Mills, Md. Spanish
Hannah Noelle Murphy Owings, Md. Spanish Minor: Educational Studies Minor: History Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Halcyon Faith Ruskin Kensington, Md. French Public Policy Studies Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Bushwood, Md. French and Spanish Magna Cum Laude
Rachel Foltz Sonnenberg
Marra Sandra Crook *
Michael Adam Connaughton
Baltimore, Md. Chinese Minor: Mathematics
Sarah Glenn Crumling
Hannah Colleen Schrantz *
Derwood, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Minor: English Minor: African & African Diaspora Studies Magna Cum Laude
Adam Matthew Strakna * Colora, Md. Philosophy
Flynn Connor Timothy McLaughlin Annapolis, Md. Minor: Museum Studies
Joseph Wade Turner Chaptico, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Magna Cum Laude
Ennis Hyunshik Um Perry Hall, Md. Philosophy
Kelly Marie Culotta Catonsville, Md. French Psychology
Isabel Esther Dunbar Mechanicsville, Md. Spanish
Knakia Julian Francis Riverdale, Md. Spanish
Sydney Nicole Larkin * Salisbury, Md. Spanish Minor: Educational Studies
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Severna Park, Md. Minor: Computer Science Minor: Physics
Ziyue Dong Wuxi City, Jiangsusheng, China Economics Minor: Computer Science Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Samuel Peter Fryzek Gaithersburg, Md. Minor: Computer Science Minor: Economics Cum Laude
Ian Daniel Miller Silver Spring, Md.
Devin Nicholas Sauter Damascus, Md.
Emily Nicole Stark Lexington Park, Md. Economics Cum Laude
Jose Giovan Torres Silver Spring, Md. Economics
Physics BACHELOR OF ARTS
Perry Thomas Gordon Bowie, Md. Computer Science Cum Laude
Ryan Michael Johnson
Music BACHELOR OF ARTS
Ellen Sophia Daghir Havre De Grace, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Joshua Oluseun Peter
Baldwin, Md. Mathematics
Tyler Donovan Jones Arnold, Md. Computer Science Minor: Mathematics Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Cobb Island, Md.
Cole Spencer Butterfield * Bethesda, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Sociology
Katherine Marie Chase Parkton, Md. Public Policy Studies Magna Cum Laude
Thomas Cullen Kensington, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Economics
Briana Gail Delaney Leonardtown, Md. Public Policy Studies
Cody Dorsey BACHELOR OF ARTS
Baltimore, Md. Minor: Museum Studies Minor: African & African Diaspora Studies
Cristian Marcos Amador
Brandon Scott Engle
Potomac, Md. Minor: History
Ellicott City, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Economics
Denton, Md. English Magna Cum Laude
Elizabeth Frances Von Nessen
Samuel August Baker
Cara Lynne Freibaum
Glen Burnie, Md. Minor: History Minor: English
Brookeville, Md. Minor: Film & Media Studies
Gabriela Marie Beese
Phoenix, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Environmental Studies
Alexander William Proctor Crofton, Md. Computer Science
Logan Michael Tarwater *
Saint Leonard, Md.
Philosophy BACHELOR OF ARTS
Esteban Andre Caballero Gaithersburg, Md. Minor: Religious Studies
Owen Davis Heaps Laurel, Md.
Elizabeth Pauline Schack * Wheaton, Md. Minor: Art Studio
Alexis Gabriella Underwood Germantown, Md. Minor: Political Science Summa Cum Laude
Towson, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Spanish
Julie Nicole Blair Lusby, Md.
Andrew Steven Braun Bowie, Md. Public Policy Studies
Alessandro Matteo Burlew Mount Airy, Md.
David John Fritz
Cyrus Drake Gibson Elkton, Md.
Sean William Goodie Port Deposit, Md. Public Policy Studies
John Parker Hardt Silver Spring, Md. Minor: History Cum Laude
Sara Elizabeth Hirshon
Adriana Victoria Spriggs
Nicole Elizabeth Lertora
Annapolis, Md. English Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Cum Laude
Baltimore, Md. Minor: Spanish
Olney, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Alyssa Winter Thompson
Estela Estefania Martinez
Arnold, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Economics
Cheverly, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Minor: Spanish Cum Laude
Rebecca Jo Hitch Charlotte Hall, Md. Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Cum Laude
Darrell Jackson Baltimore, Md.
Donya Rashard Jackson
Anna Bella Vagnoni Chevy Chase, Md. Minor: History Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Amy Elizabeth Mayor California, Md.
Sophie Kate Michel * Westminster, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Baltimore, Md. Minor: History
Leah ReneĂ¨ Woody
Salahadine Samuel Khanjari
Silver Spring, Md. International Languages & Cultures: French
Severna Park, Md.
Gambrills, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Scott David Zimmerman
Megan Kay Ponter
Clarksville, Md. Art
Pomfret, Md. Minor: English Minor: Educational Studies Magna Cum Laude
Kerri Ann Kline Hagerstown, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Morgan Allen Lloyd Saint Leonard, Md. Minor: History
Mackenzie Michael Moore Prince Frederick, Md.
Kezia-Alean Soladimeji Osunsade Reisterstown, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Democracy Studies Cum Laude
Gillian Rosenzweig-Stein Hyattsville, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Economics Cum Laude
Christopher William Schwarz Columbia, Md. Minor: Economics
Grant-William Maranon Smith Rockville, Md. Public Policy Studies
Psychology BACHELOR OF ARTS
Lacey Alexandra Brown Monkton, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Minor: Spanish
Flormelisa Mika Camero Orille Rockville, Md.
Grace Nellie Headley
Megan Elizabeth Moore
Grace Ward Reingruber Chevy Chase, Md.
Scott William Ulrick Owings, Md.
Emilee Clara Weiss-Rice Bethesda, Md. Minor: Anthropology Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Magna Cum Laude
Adam Joel Kass Rockville, Md. Minor: Sociology Cum Laude
Sarah Nicole Kathy Muscolino North Beach, Md.
Min Jee Kim
Public Policy Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS
Melissa Mary Barall Columbia, Md. Economics Political Science Minor: Mathematics Summa Cum Laude
Rockville, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Marie Kristine Jankowski
Reid Andrew D'Antuono
Olivia Joy-Mathias Nowlin
Poolesville, Md. Minor: Educational Studies Minor: Political Science
Glenelg, Md. Human Empowerment
Benjamin Daniel Meyers Kensington, Md. Minor: Political Science
Religious Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS
Megan Anne Cannon Reisterstown, Md. Minor: Biology
Nicholas Ryan Conroy Baltimore, Md. Anthropology
Stephanie Veronica Donovan Arnold, Md. Cum Laude
Sally Ann McFadden Baltimore, Md. Minor: Environmental Studies Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Emily Elizabeth Spears La Plata, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Caitlyn A. De Luca Lexington Park, Md.
Alyson Mariel Famiglietti California, Md. Magna Cum Laude
Joseph Harry Finley Frederick, Md.
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Ian James Chrisler Gaithersburg, Md. Minor: History
Lauren Clements Hughesville, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Edmund Mackenzie Cooper Southampton, Bermuda
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Sarah Moriah Austin-Brantly
Garrett Park, Md. Political Science Magna Cum Laude
Cheltenham, Md. Minor: Computer Science
Noni Delayne Ford
Christine Fitzgerald Morin Kensington, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Abeni Emma Rebecca Schoch Catonsville, Md. Minor: Art History
Max William Schell
Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Art Studio Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Kyndall Camaia Rhaney Laurel, Md. Minor: Music Minor: Film & Media Studies Cum Laude
Morgan Elizabeth Rusinko *
Charlotte Grace Stoliker
Bel Air, Md. Minor: Art Studio Minor: Dance
Poolesville, Md. Minor: Political Science Summa Cum Laude
Student-Designed BACHELOR OF ARTS
Theater, Film & Media Studies
Kassidy Ann Bell Frederick, Md. Neuroscience Psychology
Jolyn Eva Coleman Silver Spring, Md. Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Minor: African & African Diaspora Studies
Olivia Rae Collins Crofton, Md. Psychology, Media, and Marketing Minor: Educational Studies
Alexandra Morgan Sands Myersville, Md. Theater, Film & Media Studies: Film & Media Studies Minor: Dance
Rebecca L. Sherman Bethesda, Md. Minor: Anthropology
Ashley McCaul Simmons Owings Mills, Md. Political Science
Caroline Wingfield Smith Arlington, Va. Minor: Film & Media Studies
Jacob Michael Traver
Erica Catherine Leyder
Hunter Kate Balog
Leonardtown, Md. English Minor: Educational Studies Cum Laude
Harrisburg, Pa. Biology Minor: Asian Studies Minor: Neurosciences Cum Laude
Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Environmental Studies Cum Laude
Keyue Zhang Shanghai, China
Linnea Marie Lundh
New Market, Md. Minor: Mathematics Magna Cum Laude
Biochemistry BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Alpha Hassan Cotay Lanham, Md. Minor: English Cum Laude
Elena Maria Donahue Great Mills, Md. Minor: Mathematics Magna Cum Laude
Cristal Vanessa Garcia-Lara *
Maxwell Blair Madden Annapolis, Md. Psychology Minor: Neurosciences Magna Cum Laude
Abigail Charlotte McManus Ellicott City, Md. Minor: Physics
Ellen Itsmenia Merlos * Frederick, Md. Minor: Spanish
Emily Rose Brown Preston, Md. Minor: Anthropology
Sophia Caradine-Taber Lusby, Md. International Languages & Cultures: French Environmental Studies
Kelly Margaret Chapman Linthicum, Md.
Carly Jeanne Chase Kensington, Md. Minor: Art Studio
Taylor E. Fogg Baltimore, Md. Minor: Philosophy
Samantha Rae Freund
Millersville, Md. Minor: Music
Nahnyama Juga Nadesh Elkridge, Md.
Baltimore, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Alexander Charles Hafey
Cynthia Elaine Shannon
Margaret Elise Giitter
Germantown, Md. Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Elizabeth Blair Johnson Chevy Chase, Md. Minor: Spanish Cum Laude
Katherine Grace Judd Annapolis, Md. Minor: Mathematics Cum Laude
Evan Page Lesser Arnold, Md. Minor: Mathematics Minor: Political Science
Lexington Park, Md.
Biology BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Kaitlin Amber Aaby Poolesville, Md. Environmental Studies Minor: Spanish Magna Cum Laude
Kira Louise Allen Portland, Ore. Environmental Studies Minor: Mathematics Cum Laude
Maribeth Margaret Anderson Phoenix, Md.
Rockville, Md. Biochemistry Minor: Mathematics
Katrina Miles Golladay Silver Spring, Md. Environmental Studies
Emma Mackenzie Green Bowie, Md. Environmental Studies Magna Cum Laude
Luca Leonardo Grifo-Hahn Bethesda, Md. Political Science Minor: Environmental Studies
Hannah Gyamfi Elkridge, Md.
Elizabeth Kae Hill
Caitlin Anne Moore
Crofton, Md. Chemistry Magna Cum Laude
Maggie Mackenzie Hooven Damascus, Md. Biochemistry Minor: Environmental Studies
Nora Howard Takoma Park, Md. Minor: Mathematics Minor: Spanish Magna Cum Laude
Sophia Anne Jones * Westminster, Md.
Russell Branaman Julien Rusko Forest Hill, Md. Minor: Dance
Emily Katherine O'Brien Derwood, Md. Environmental Studies
Elizabeth Ikponwonsa Okundaye Baltimore, Md. Cum Laude
Benjamin Michael Reginald Myers Columbia, Md. Environmental Studies Minor: French
Victoria Madelene Roberts
Bowie, Md. Environmental Studies Summa Cum Laude
Columbia, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Sarah Elayne Rustad Hryniewicz
Katherine Taylor Lempke Easton, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Samantha Brooke Maguire * Frederick, Md.
Amber Kathleen Major Valley Lee, Md. Minor: Neurosciences
Raziela Adrianne Manangan Baltimore, Md.
Andrew Victor Marinich Bel Air, Md. Magna Cum Laude
Katherine Anna Masters Williams Bethesda, Md. Minor: Music
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Mary Elizabeth Cook Glen Arm, Md.
Sydney Star Cunniff Gaithersburg, Md. Environmental Studies Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Emmanuel Oppong Laurel, Md.
Computer Science BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Keegan Lee Barefoot La Plata, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Columbia, Md. Mathematics Magna Cum Laude
Madeleine Lidia Boies
Trisha Marie Scotton
William Thomas Borwegen
Alyssa Paige Smith
Silver Spring, Md. Art
Annapolis, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Havre De Grace, Md. Minor: Anthropology
Marilyn Renata Steyert
Jerome Donell Burley
Columbia, Md. Minor: Music Minor: Neurosciences Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Andrea Tineo Bethesda, Md. Anthropology
Claire Elizabeth Vizzi
Shelby Christine Mistysyn
Bel Air, Md.
North East, Md. Environmental Studies
Ashley Nicole Ziur New York, N.Y.
Lexington Park, Md.
Baltimore, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Joshua Thomas Cheseman Elkridge, Md. Minor: English
Handy Apongpo Cho Derwood, Md. Minor: Sociology
Travis Crisman Prince Frederick, Md.
Caroline Mary Goyco
Leonardtown, Md. Minor: Physics Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Silver Spring, Md.
Columbia, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Hermon Tsegai Haile
Deonarine Sahdeo Riverdale, Md. Minor: Economics
Michael Stephen von der Lippe
Colton Hunter Hines
Columbia, Md. Minor: Mathematics
California, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Elian Marc Ho Thlim Imlay-Maire Hyattsville, Md. Minor: Mathematics Minor: Economics
Jonathan Hunt Lexington Park, Md. Minor: Mathematics
Madison Emily Jones Pasadena, Md. Environmental Studies
Karl Francis Maier Ijamsville, Md. Cum Laude
Wesley Taliaferro Merrick Charlottesville, Va. Minor: Mathematics
Mayris Rios Dunkirk, Md. Art Cum Laude
Brendan Harrington Rollins Poquoson, Va. Economics Minor: Sociology Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Micah Rubin Silver Spring, Md. Mathematics Minor: Dance Magna Cum Laude
Physics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Brigid Morris Bethesda, Md. Mathematics Minor: Educational Studies
Mathematics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Savannah Christina Bergen
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Leonardtown, Md. Computer Science Magna Cum Laude
Lauren Mary Comeaux
Mohammad Mehdi Azimi Vahdat Germantown, Md.
Allison Jean Barrett
Columbia, Md. Minor: Dance Minor: Educational Studies Summa Cum Laude
Leonardtown, Md. English Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Nicole Chant'e Baysmore
Baltimore, Md. Computer Science Minor: Religious Studies Magna Cum Laude
Zane William Bedford
Nicholas Andrew Miner Mechanicsville, Md. Minor: Computer Science Cum Laude
Samuel F. Rosenblatt Derwood, Md. Sociology Computer Science Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Capitol Heights, Md. Sociology
Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Julia Marie Bowden Lutherville, Md. Minor: Anthropology Minor: Sociology
Melanie Keren Brill Hyattsville, Md. Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Lane McCue Brooks
Frederick Augustus Thayer
Cumberland, Md. International Languages & Cultures: Chinese
Gabriela Maria Cunha-Benjamin Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Philosophy Cum Laude
Lamin Raymond Dainkeh
Anna Marie Matullo-Miller
Stephanie Marie Schindler
Prince Frederick, Md. Minor: Neurosciences
Mechanicsville, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Shelby Alexandra Melton
Megan Louise Schrader
Poolesville, Md. Music Minor: Educational Studies Cum Laude
Bryans Road, Md. Minor: Anthropology Summa Cum Laude
Rita Marie Druffner Ellicott City, Md. Anthropology Minor: Religious Studies Cum Laude
Benjamin Wells Ertman Potomac, Md. International Languages & Cultures: Chinese Phi Beta Kappa Summa Cum Laude
Kelsey Paige Hancock Leonardtown, Md. Theater, Film & Media Studies Magna Cum Laude
Alison P. Haney
Noah Aden McKinzie Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Chinese
Connor Sean McKissick Leonardtown, Md.
Emily Morgan Royersford, Pa. Religious Studies Summa Cum Laude
La Plata, Md.
Selena Lisa Newton
Christian Michael Harris
Gaithersburg, Md. Minor: German Magna Cum Laude
Baltimore, Md. Public Policy Studies Minor: Political Science
Lara Elizabeth Holmes Arnold, Md. Minor: Neurosciences Minor: Religious Studies
Nabiha Kasmani Leonardtown, Md. Minor: Neurosciences
Chikondi Pamela Kulemeka College Park, Md. International Languages & Cultures: French
Jessica Renee Lynch * Leonardtown, Md.
Julia Marie Lynn California, Md. Minor: Neurosciences Minor: Biology
Sharon Taylor Phillips Silver Spring, Md. Minor: Neurosciences Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Magna Cum Laude
Whittni Ann Pickens Charlotte Hall, Md. Minor: French Minor: Anthropology Cum Laude
Amanda Marie Pike Poolesville, Md. Minor: Educational Studies
Caroline Elise Robertson Mount Airy, Md. Minor: Spanish Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude
Amanda Dea Sanders Frederick, Md.
Madison Jean Tacka Bel Air, Md. Minor: Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Liam John Walsh Baltimore, Md. International Languages & Cultures: Spanish
Edward Donald Wondoloski Ellicott City, Md. Minor: Philosophy Cum Laude
Serena Zhang Rockville, Md. Minor: Neurosciences Cum Laude ______________________________
Master of Arts in Teaching Elizabeth Anna Brown Silver Spring, Md. Biology Education
Tylita Butler Great Mills, Md. Elementary Education
Nicholas Lee Byrne Lusby, Md. English Education
Megan Marie Capozzi Gaithersburg, Md. Elementary Education
Nicholas James Conin
Patrick Dennis Ryan
Olney, Md. Mathematics Education
Arlington, Va. History/Social Studies Education
Samantha Renee Sands
Callaway, Md. Art Education
Owings, Md. Elementary Education
Lacey Marie Flaim
Daniel James Skibicki
Waldorf, Md. Mathematics Education
Lexington Park, Md. Art Education
Max Trevor Flerlage
Waldorf, Md. Chemistry Education
Leonardtown, Md. English Education
Maria Claudia Garcia-Rada
Stephen Edward Swanson
Olney, Md. Elementary Education
Emmitsburg, Md. Elementary Education
Elizabeth Anne Garris
Allison Amanda Szymanski
Boyds, Md. History/Social Studies Education
Easton, Md. English Education
Kathleen Nguyen La
Julie Renee Verbos
Leonardtown, Md. Elementary Education
Leonardtown, Md. Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Abbey Neale Liverman
Christina Marie Wondoloski
Mechanicsville, Md. Mathematics Education
Ellicott City, Md. Elementary Education
Sarah Elizabeth McCabe
Hannah Rebecca Yeager
Leonardtown, Md. Elementary Education
Frederick, Md. Elementary Education
Miranda Eleanor McLain
Leanna Ruth Zimmerman
Chaptico, Md. English Education
Leonardtown, Md. Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Natalia Marie Ramos-Dompenciel Lexington Park, Md. Spanish Education
MacKenzie Cary Rayburn Bel Air, Md. Elementary and Early Childhood Education
James Aaron Rhine, Jr. California, Md. Elementary Education