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College of Arts & Sciences Class of 2020 University of Redlands May 2, 2021

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College of Arts & Sciences Class of 2020 May 2, 2021 4:30 p.m. University of Redlands Redlands, California


Mission Statement The University of Redlands is a private, independent university committed to providing a personalized education that frees students to make enlightened choices. Redlands emphasizes academic rigor, curricular diversity, and innovative teaching. Redlands fosters a community of scholars and encourages a pluralistic notion of values by challenging assumptions and stereotypes in both classes and activities. A Redlands education goes beyond training to embrace a reflective understanding of our world; it proceeds from information to insight, from knowledge to meaning. Welcoming intellectually curious students of diverse religious, ethnic, national and socio-economic backgrounds, the University seeks to develop responsible citizenship as part of a complete education. Redlands encourages a community atmosphere with exceptional opportunity for student leadership and interaction. For working adults, the University offers innovative programs at convenient locations and times. Redlands blends liberal arts and professional programs, applied and theoretical study, traditional majors and self-designed contracts for graduation. Small classes enable each student to participate in class discussion, to work closely with professors and to receive extensive individual attention. Redlands remains sensitive to contemporary trends in society and challenges students to commit themselves to a lifetime of learning.

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College of Arts & Sciences Class of 2020 Presiding Ralph W. Kuncl, Ph.D., M.D. President, University of Redlands

Land Acknowledgement Rev. John Walsh, M. Div. Omer E. Robbins Chaplain to the University, emeritus

Invocation John Walsh

Welcome Remarks Steve Wuhs, Ph.D. Interim Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Welcome and Recognition of Graduates and Guests Ralph W. Kuncl

Greetings from the Class of 2020 Maxine McHunguzi ’20 A Journey of 10,000 Miles

Recognition of Outstanding Faculty Awards Kathy Ogren, Ph.D. Provost

Recognition of Veterans and Those Dedicated to Service Steve Wuhs

Presentation of Graduate Degree Candidates Steve Wuhs

Conferring of Degrees Ralph W. Kuncl

Presentation of Undergraduate Degree Candidates Steve Wuhs

Conferring of Degrees Ralph W. Kuncl

Benediction John Walsh

Alma Mater Paula Cevallos ’20 3


About the President Chad Riley

Ralph W. Kuncl, MD PhD

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r. Ralph W. Kuncl became the 11th president of the University of Redlands in 2012.

In his nine years at the U of R, Dr. K.—as his students most often call him—has worked tirelessly to elevate the University’s stature. He is leading the comprehensive $200 million Forever Yours fundraising campaign to a close and spearheading the development of a University Village adjacent to a new Redlands train station. Under his leadership, the University acquired the San Francisco Theological Seminary in 2019, creating a new Graduate School of Theology and realizing a new U of R campus in the Bay Area. Throughout the changes and challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Kuncl has led the U of R with resourcefulness and resilience. He is charting a course that endeavors to keep the University community healthy and safe while staying true to the U of R’s mission of delivering a personalized education. A graduate of Occidental College (A.B.) and the University of Chicago (Ph.D., M.D.), Dr. Kuncl spent his early career at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he served as a professor of neurology, pathology, and cellular and molecular medicine. He later was appointed the founding Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education. While at Hopkins, he received international recognition in the study of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Before coming to Redlands, he served as a professor of neurology and brain and cognitive sciences, as well as Provost, Executive Vice President, and Chief Research Officer at the University of Rochester. Dr. K.’s background includes 23 years as a vocal performer in the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. He has performed as both singer and conductor with the University of Redlands choirs and orchestra, notably at Carnegie Hall and in U of R’s annual holiday festival, the Feast of Lights. Although Dr. Kuncl has announced his intention to leave Redlands, he will remain at the University through June 2021 to facilitate a smooth leadership transition and continue to set the institution up for future success.

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Student Speaker

Maxine Mchunguzi ’20

Media, Marketing, and Communications

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axine Mchunguzi ’20 came to the University of Redlands from Johannesburg, South Africa. She chose to go to college in the United States because of her desire to become an independent global citizen, exposed to the world and different cultures. She says Redlands has allowed her to broaden her knowledge and skill set. A Johnston Center for Integrative Studies student with an emphasis on media, marketing, and communications, Mchunguzi also worked as a community assistant in North Hall. “My interactions with other students have allowed me to dive into my passion for social justice,” she says. “Attending diversity events on campus and engaging in activism allows me do to more than just tweet about issues.” A member of Alpha Xi Omicron and the Black Student Union, she served as the Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors Program assistant and was chosen as the College of Arts and Sciences student speaker for 2020.

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College of Arts & Sciences Graduate and Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Master of Music

Master of Science

Performance

Communicative Disorders

Lilibeth Alvarado Julian Ilan Kley Luis Miguel Martinez ‡ Gabrielle Elaine Martinez Curtis Pettygrove Jessica Paige Ramos Francisco Valentin Rangel III Lavista Marie Silva ‡ Megan Elizabeth Susuico-Scott Jacob Austin White ‡

Taylor Armstrong Sally Cantos Zoey Rayne Dow Gloria Phan Huynh Trevor Davis Jordan

Communication Sciences and Disorders Gabriela Alvarez Mary Avril Gonzalez Aplasca Ursyla Rose Baumgarten Hannah Waleed Borisly Colleen Jennifer Brown Melanie Bush Gabriela Casillas Bailey Michelle Friesen Allison D. Garcia Rachel Hoskins Alyssa Rosa Lalonde Emma Katherine Leach Brianna Judith Leos Nicholas Evan Lough Carolyn O’Brien Price Keri Michelle Schumacher Heather Anne Todd

Degrees awarded in the ceremony are conditional unpon completion of course requirements in accordance with University policies. The listing of a candidate’s name in this program is presumptive evidence of graduation, but is not to be regarded as conclusive. Honors recognized in the graduation ceremony may be changed based on the processing of final grades.

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D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda


Bachelor of Arts Studio Art Japera Rose Burres D Maliq Khari Champion D Page Celine Horns D Second major: Management Juliana C. Knowles D Madison Noelle Spitzer D

Asian Studies Anna Claire Walton

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Biology Elijah Dylan Bacher Carson Jobie Brett Ian N. Davidson Jessica Perkins Fields Gabriella Anne Gould Ryan Hani Hallal Katryna A. Lopez Emily B. Marty Tyler Eden Nellos Chelsea R. Sahami Destiny Timms Second major: Environmental Science Charlotte M. Tracy

Communication Sciences and Disorders Alyssa Noelle Anglin Ouillette Camila Yepes Cordova Natalia Y. Cordova Kaitlynn Amanda Cruz SaVanna L. DeLongchamp Kelsee E. DeRoos Jocelyn Flores Suenly Galvez Merida Crystal Garcia Madeline Emma Gibson D Jessica Jean Gray

Kayla Gutierrez Hillary Ann Hodgkin Katelyn Ann Jackson Leandria Sade Johnson Chyenne M. Kimble Helena Karin Lazich Sarah S. Levi Second major: French Amy Joen Markowicz Serena Nadine Marquez Bailey Reece Mercer Christina Elise Morales Khoa Van Nguyen Grace Rebecca Norman Michaela Rappa Rachael Ann Saline Nadia Diane Syrko Kestra Conti Thompson Regina Nicole Turiace Brea Walker

Communicative Disorders Danielle D. Awad Danielle E. Bassett Second major: Spanish Rochelle Agoncillo Galvez Courtney Amanda Gray Natalie Malia Holt Second major: Liberal Studies Emma Grace Konugres D Second major: Religious Studies Morgan Nicole Kramer Olivia Marie Lia-Titera Second major: Liberal Studies Tesa Rebecca Mejia Vanessa Esperanza Nunez Alise V. Pedroza Elisabeth-Ann Nali’ilehuamak Plaza Karly A. Siffermann Katelyn Daly Spangenberg Brooke Mary Stoddard Amy Hikari Takamoto Carly JoAnn Vessels Randirose Wilson

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Computer Science Cody Ryan Blanford Second major: Economics Michael Brookstein Lauren Bugelli Gabriel Jordan Celaya Calvin Owen Cruikshank Nicholas De France de Tersant Christian R. Delisle Joseph Anthony Macias Ajit Singh Parmar Second major: Economics John Paul Pease

Creative Writing Timothy E. Hepps Kegan J. Kerr Siddharth Konkimalla Brittany Paige Ngo D Jonathan Michael Sklar

Economics Christian Kenneth Curry Second major: Public Policy Alberto Hiroshi Okawa Filho Matthew Ezekial Skinner Second major: Public Policy Samuel Benjamin Wysong

English Literature Olivia Grace Allen Second major: Liberal Studies Chandler B. Anderson Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Gilberto Barba vD Second major: Creative Writing Natalie Marie Collmer Anna Marie Duvall Karen A. Galarza Sophia Nina Marie Giebeler Devyn M. Hubbell Jessica Anne Jamieson Kimberly Nicole Jimenez v Second major: Liberal Studies

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Anna E. Klein vD Second Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Destiny Chance Ng Jenna Marie Preston Kylie Anne Quenga v Alissa-Marie Loreen Romo Second major: Philosophy Jonathan Keith Ruhlman v Second major: Asian Studies Janean Ruttner D Shayna LaRae Starr Karli Ryan Stichter Maria-Ximena Vasquez Second major: Spanish Sabrina Rose Yee

Environmental Studies Skyler Rondall Cain Zoe Nakia Gibson Second major: Political Science Sarah S. Gregory Lauren Gallatin Herber Jeremiah Jeffrey Huggins Lindsey Ellen Jordan Cassandra Noelani Osborn Jaci L. Sanchez vD Amanda Clare Siefert vD Second major: Economics

Health, Medicine, and Society Hunter Lynn Olivier Aracely Torres

History Brandyn Gilbert Alvarez vP Blue Alonso Andrade Luc Edward Audet Molly A. Lindsay v Carl T. Matthews Ayetzy Alexandra Presa Second major: Religious Studies Thomas Scriven


International Relations Jacquelyn Marisa Armas Laura Ann D’Esposito LiLi Tanal Diab Sophia Marie Luna Second major: French Grace Emily Pollard v Second major: Environmental Science

Latin American Studies Reuben Bagniefski Kramer

Liberal Studies Nikki Gabrielle Alcantara Second major: Spanish Brenda Abigail Garcia Second major: Spanish Ashley K. King Second major: Psychology McKenzie Marie O’Connor Second major: Psychology Maria Laura Ramirez Second major: English Literature

Management

Taylor Christine Cadile Second major: Political Science Alieu Badara Corr Second major: Race & Ethnic Studies Brittany Dinkins v Second major: Public Policy Julia C. Hagenbaumer D Second major: Studio Art Zayra Rios Second major: Spanish Patricia Elizabeth Van Deursen Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies

D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

Media and Visual Culture Studies Caroline Elise Amling Second major: Management Patrick Creighton Gallaway Dallas Kennedy Garcia vD Second major: Religious Studies Jacob Hollander Chae Jeong Kim Brianna Loughridge Paige Kailyn McLeod Marco Anthony Medina Tatum Danae Rhorer Sharon P. Tso vD P Second major: Creative Writing Megan V. Wilensky Second major: Management

Music Qingling Huang

Philosophy Evan Brill Andrew David Leahy Julia Dominique Severson Lucas Risko Tekin Second major: Political Science

Physics Marcus Toshihiro Kosins Xavier Anthony Salcido Samuel Alexander Silva D

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Political Science Dawit Mulugeta Aklilu vD Second major: English Literature Danilo Arantes Alvarez-Zakson Hannah Rachellev Biggs Second major: Public Policy Victoria Kazanjian Brewster Second major: Environmental Studies Third major: Public Policy Maria Isabel Cruz William G. Cunningham Julio Esteban Gomez D Second major: International Relations Gary Tyler Kersten Sarah Ann Martinez Second major: Music Joey Raymond Mendoza Jr. D Second major: Public Policy Andre Ekoikoi Ntshaykolo Aubree Marie Pedersen Edward Alberto Solorzano Austin Vance Williams

Psychology Lindsey Rebecca Backous Faith M. Bagstad Sydney Marie Baron Walker Adelaide Baron Second major: Spanish Kelly Bradshaw v Tess Louise Bray Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Mary Haley Bridges v Kylie Marie Browning Victoria Raine Corman Sophia Jane Coronado Alyssa Antonia Cortinas Nichola Jayne Dykes Kate Louise Fox v Breannah W. Funk Morgan Alexis Gunnell Elias James Hackney Gabriella A. Hart Angie Hernandez Second major: Spanish Julio Cesar Jalate Jacqueline Elizabeth Lacy

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Tianna Marie Mei Yin Lee Lauren Elizabeth Lux Megan Renee Montenero Catherine J. Nohra Second major: English Literature Isabelle Pilato Anthony N. Pulford Eric Jorge Ramirez Second major: Spanish Jose Revelo Jr. Kimberly Samantha Rios-Hernandez Jessica Ruocco Alyssah Kayla Sailors Marie Kathleen Sandstrom Sarah Ann Shipway Jensen Nicole Skinner Angeliki Erna Smirniotis William John Soares Hayley Spyksma Savannah Marie Stangel Sydney Jurae Stratford Samantha Mariah Tafoya Second major: Computer Science Carly J. Veasy v Rebecca Velarde Charleston Ceil Walter Skyla Wilson v Amanda Lynn Wingard Anastasia Denise Wright vP

Public Policy Liset Aguirre v Second major: Race & Ethnic Studies Gabriela Ross Cavazos MacKenzie Marie Dougan v India Marie Evans Kameron Marie Fernandez Bryce Hurick Second major: Liberal Studies Christine Hysell Second major: Theatre Kayla Michelle Yoora Jones D Second major: Management David John Kobylka vD Second major: Political Science Kyle Christian Penna Second major: Political Science


Matthew Alexander Rafeedie D Second major: Political Science Iriana Belen Reyes-Corral Second major: Religious Studies Kristen Victoria Sauceda vD P Second major: Political Science Meera Srinath Second major: Environmental Studies

Race and Ethnic Studies Nikie Soria Abillano Hassan Berry Javier Garcia III Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Jacob Austin Green (posthumously) Alyssa Sachi’ko Ide v Marcelle Antonina Valdez Second major: Psychology

Religious Studies Rudy Frayre Second major: Management Drew Diego Garbe vD P Second major: Public Policy Payton Elise Shatafian Catharine McDaniel Wills v

Spanish Samantha Lopez Second major: Political Science Monica Magdaleno Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Thomas Gardner Maul Madeline Frances Salminen-Cunningham Melanie Sanchez Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Leslie Vargas Alvarez Second major: Sociology & Anthropology

Theatre Arts

Sociology and Anthropology Emma M. Brown Thunder Olivia Grace Craven v Noelle Sophia Dillman v Second major: French Jeena Maria Epperson v Second major: Religious Studies Raven E. Fallon-Cyr Ahtziri Guadalupe Gallegos Enriquez Kylie Makana Hernandez Madisun Lace Higley Ramirez Amanda Elizabeth La Rue Brandy C. Murphy Marina Clare Mondot v Second major: History Cheyenne Lee Newman

D Honors Candidate

Andrew Jaye Renteria Denny Yehezkiel Saragih Olivia S. Serb Nicole A. Stanzione Aubrey Faith Stewart Grace L. Thomas Sydney E. Wells v Chloe L. Whitworth v Peyton Marie Ziemer Second major: Liberal Studies

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

Thomas Fite Cone III Second major: Studio Art Sophia Nyla Morrow D Emily Rose Wright

Theatre Business Madison Ivy Kalvert D Baldemar Orozco Sophia Jane Rucireta Curtis Allyn Scheu

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Anthony Ryan Gutierrez Valerie Rose Loertscher Second major: English Literature Bailey Olivas

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Bachelor of Music Music Composition Jonathan Heruty Second major: Music Performance: Winds Jonathan Kretchmer D ‡ Andrew James McCulloch Isaac Morrow-Buchanan ‡ Jeremy Napier

Music Education Brianna Francesca Astorga Maria Paula Cevallos Crespo P ‡ Megan Leigh Congdon Second major: Music Performance Winds Connor Bryant Edmundson Margaret Rose Eronimous D P ‡ Zixuan Hu Second major: Music Performance Winds Michael Carl Kalb Rhegan Lesher Connor Licharz D ‡ Felicia Estella Padilla Andrew Richmond Priester Michelle Garcia Reygoza Jessica Imalay Salguero Devan D. Steele

Music Performance: Guitar Kyle Jacob Ortega

Music Performance: Keyboard Kelsie Brie Harris

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Music Performance: Strings Wren L. Brady Seana Elise Thompson Yuli Zheng Second degree: Bachelor of Science in Global Business

Music Performance: Voice Maria Paula Cevallos Crespo

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Music Performance: Wind or Percussion Jorge Araujo Felix Adam Michael Joseph Tate Kinsella Kristine L. Llanderal ‡ Jacob Seth Miner Terrence B. Perrier ‡ Austin Bryce Simon Ashley Rene Somers Second major: Music Education Marilyn L. Wasson


Olivia Grace Beck D Aditi Bhatnagar Second major: Chemistry Christina Rose Casey Jared M. Cellini D Second major: Chemistry Alexander I. Cheney Second major: Chemistry Alexis Christian Cooper Second major: Chemistry Owen Robert Dickson Jennifer Leanne Ebling D Joshua A. Gonzalez Peter Adrian Rubalcava Second major: Chemistry Steve Jacob Van Grouw D

Zachary Cade Celaya Cameron Patrick Cooper Diego Francisco Cortes Bradley R. Cummins Jose Eduardo Diaz Allison Nicole Gillies Stephanie Elizabeth Holden Melissa Anne Johnson Lucky Louise Jordan Second major: Accounting Jake Nolan Kasel Lindsay Amber Kilgore Hoi Lee Ku Maloree R. Kupp Matthew Dale Lee Jennifer Lin Hanbang Liu Dalton Chandler Lohman Oswaldo Cordero Magallanes Second major: Public Policy Emari Lature McClellan David Menary IV David Molina Mitchell James Nickovich Karina Female Nolasco Michael John Rishebarger Michelle Elizabeth Robledo Christian Efren Rodriguez Blake Michael Roy Carlos Federico Ruiz Mariah Nicole Sanchez Second major: Public Policy Samantha M. Scarano Jake Christopher Walters Samuel Jacob Wyner

Business Administration

Chemistry

Aiham A. Aboul-Hosn Jaclyn Grace Alvarado Julia Victoria Basa Robert Michael Case

Anthony Hua Sofia Eva Olsson vD Second major: Biology Nolan William Ridgeway-Lester

Bachelor of Science Accounting Samantha A. Barraza William Sheridan Darwin Benjamin Jacob Fortuin Kyle William Jackson Travis E. Knight Cooper Lord Krause Alfonso Paez Jr.

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Alexandra Marie Glick D P Jordan P. Washecheck D

Biology

D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Economics Dylan R. Carlyle Second major: Business Nicole Aleksandra Dostanic Second major: Music Nicholas Thomas Ryseff Sarah M. Solares vD Second major: Computer Science

Environmental Science Gabriel Francis Altieri Second major: Economics Bryn Cerys Anderson vD Marco Julian Anderson Martha A. Carmona Hannah Rochelle Everett Melanie Fyda vD Cristina Ally Gomez Ava Marie Klein Cassandra Margarita Lacey Second major: Spanish Sumner Cushing Macpherson Sharon Kavya Mason Second major: Public Policy Laugan E. Miller Claire Elizabeth Napier Ciel Niijima Baijean Dov Shine Anthony Joseph Sidor John David Flores Stendahl Michael John Talag

Financial Economics Kelsey T. Barna Second major: Accounting Dang Van Nguyen Ryan Todd Sayler Second major: Accounting

Global Business Hunter Joseph Adamo Second major: German Joseph Joyner Eskenazi Kamille Z. Hoggan

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Megan R. Houston Second major: German Qingling Huang Second major: Music Alex Hyland Second major: International Relations Bart Jan Jacobus In den Kleef Samantha Jara Second major: Spanish Nathan C. Jones Second major: German Giselle Martinez P Kirk Kyle McCreary Second major: German Noah Natividad Ashley Mariah Sandie Brian Richard Scovel Bertin Simmons Sarah Marguerite Taquet D Second major: Asian Studies Rachel Lyndsey Wilkin Second major: Environmental Science Ariel Zak Yuli Zheng Second degree: Bachelor of Music in Music: Performance

Mathematics Maxwell David Auerbach v Second major: Computer Science Jennifer D. Castillo Orozco Second major: Spanish Kylie Elizabeth Friedrichs Jake Wil Hunter Madeline Nicole Huston Maya A. Klaib v Reece Kekoa Koe Second major: Physics Peyton Lee Pfeiffer v

Sustainable Business Spencer Peter Allen Thomas James Hanley Carter Samuel Kerwin Sadie Sylvia Pickering


Johnston Center for Integrative Studies Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Bachelor of Arts Julian Alexander Adame Emphasis: Human Empowerment, Public Speaking, and Creative Writing Tracie Yvonne Amerson P Emphasis: Psychology, Race, and Deaf Culture Merry Chealsea Nicole Binondo Emphasis: Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Thomas Michael Condon VI Emphasis: Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Savanna Rose Corliss Emphasis: Community Oriented Arts Management Maya Nalani Franklin Emphasis: Social Entrepreneurship and Spanish Seda Madrone Durham Guckian Emphasis: Interconnectedness: Human Behavior and its Consequences Anyela Guzman Emphasis: Water Resources, Policy and Communications Lindsay M. Hope Emphasis: Marketing and Consumer Psychology Kane Koichi Ishiyama Emphasis: Film Studies: Theory, Production, Acting Clarissa Celine Jenkins Emphasis: Ethical Global Business and Economics Through Quantitative Analysis Ridha M. Kapoor Emphasis: Education and Criminal Justice Reform and Policy

Luis Lopez Emphasis: The Artistry and Writing for Video Games Jordan Lynn Massirman Emphasis: Environmental Studies, Human/Animal Studies, and Creative Writing Maxine Magnus McHunguzi D P Emphasis: Media, Marketing, and Communications Kealoha Malie Minton D Emphasis: Political Science, Social Justice, and the Law Sharleen Rebekah Mock Emphasis: Global Perspectives on Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship Komal Muthyalu Emphasis: Digital Transformation & Business Strategy Melissa Ashley Olvera Emphasis: Community, Health and Educational Justice Lilian Otter Emphasis: People and Politics: Communicating in New Media Tara Celeste Peek Emphasis: Communicating Pragmatic Environmental Policy Emilia Marie Rivera Emphasis: Social Justice through Literary Journalism Michael Vito Salners Emphasis: Fiction, Media, and Psychology Stelle Salsbery D Emphasis: Empowering Storytelling and Storytellers

Bria Sarah Kates Emphasis: Integrative Approaches to Mental Health Counseling and Therapy

Meriam Naveed Shams Emphasis: Collaborative Performing Arts: Voice, Acting, and Analysis

Leigh Suzanne Kilgus D Emphasis: Theatre Arts & Creative Writing

Allison Elizabeth Sherry Emphasis: Public Policy & Civic Engagement

Benjamin Patrick Lachelt Emphasis: Geography and Political Economy

Jesse Paul Wims Emphasis: Policy, Race and Criminal Justice

Brandon Cameron Jerome Leavitt Emphasis: Shaping Spaces: Performance and Design Aidan Charles Leo Emphasis: Sports Analytics and Professional Sporting Culture

D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

Bachelor of Science Hannah Kate Shimizu vP Emphasis: Global Biomedicine

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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Awards and Honors Departmental Awards Business Administration Outstanding Scholar in Business Administration Melissa Johnson

Outstanding Senior of the Year in Business Administration Jaclyn Alvarado Dylan Carlyle

Excellence in Management Brittany Dinkins Patricia Van Deursen

Communication Sciences and Disorders Judith Morrison Award Crystal Garcia

Outstanding Senior Award Madeline Gibson

History History Education Award Molly Lindsay Ayetzy Presa

Phi Alpha Theta Award Marina Mondot

Henry G. Dittmar Prize Brandyn Alvarez

International Relations Outstanding Student in International Relations Alex Hyland

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Music

Public Policy

School of Music Performance Award

Outstanding Public Policy Scholar

Jacob White

School of Music Graduate Student Service Award Megan Susucio-Scott Francisco Rangel

Presser Scholar Justin Lee

Thelma Beardsley Award Connor Edmundson

Sigma Alpha Iota College Honor Award Megan Congdon

School of Music Service Award Kristine Llanderal

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Award Jorge Araujo Felix

Philosophy Outstanding Philosophy Student Keilee Bessho

Political Science Colwell Prize Matthew Rafeedie

David Bois Award for Legal Analysis Dawit Aklilu Kealoha Minton

Frederick John Wiley Memorial Award David Kobylka

Kristen Sauceda

Outstanding Interdisciplinary Work in Public Policy Drew Garbe

Science and Mathematics Paul Krantz Award Maya Klaib

Judson Sanderson Award Maxwell Auerbach

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Dr. Emily Culpepper Award Megan Wilensky


Awards and Honors Other Awards and Honors Proudian Scholars Interdisciplinary honors program

Brandyn Alvaarez María Paula Cevallos Crespo Margaret Eronimous Drew Garbe Maxine Mchunguzi Giselle Martinez Kristen Sauceda Margaret Sherline Hannah Shimizu Tracie Spann Sharon Tso Anastasia Wright

Senior Scholar Student Athletes Awarded to student-athletes who maintain a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA and who earn a varsity letter

Brandyn Alvarez Bryn Anderson Bria Bowton Victoria Brewster Dylan Carlyle Brittany Dinkins Benjamin Fortuin Kathryn Gonzalez Courtney A. Gray Julia Hagenbaumer Bryce Hurick Kyle Jackson Melissa Johnson

Carter Kerwin Chyenne Kimble Eric Kump Mitchell Nickovich Hunter L. Olivier Sofia Olsson Sadie Pickering Blake Roy Jaci Sanchez Sarah Shipway Matt Skinner Karli Stichter Samantha Tafoya Steve Van Grouw Carly Veasy Charleston Walter Jordan Washecheck Skyla Wilson Joey Wozniak

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Awards and Honors National Honor Societies Mortar Board National honor and service society for seniors

Brandyn Alvarez Bryn Anderson Aiden Bazzal Bria Bowton Jared Cellini Olivia Craven Christian Curry Savanna De Longchamp Kelsee Deroos Noelle Dillman Brittany Dinkins Mackenzie Dougan Anna Duvall Madeline Gibson Alexandra Glick Angie Hernandez Melissa Johnson Madison Kalvert Ava Klein Benjamin Lachelt Jacqueline Lacy Katryna Lopez Brianna Loughridge Sumner Macpherson Jacob Miner Kealoha Minton Grace Norman Matthew Rafeedie Michaela Rappa Nolan Ridgeway-Lester Amanda Siefert Kestra Thompson Regina Turiace Chloe Whitworth

Omicron Delta Epsilon

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Dang Nguyen Alberto Okawa Filho Ajit Parmar Nicholas Ryseff Amanda Siefert Matthew Skinner Sarah Solares Samuel Wysong

Omicron Delta Kappa National honor and leadership society

Bryn Anderson Kelly Bradshaw Wren Brady Christina Casey Savannah Casey Jared Cellini Brittany Dinkins Jeena Epperson Kate Fox Alexandra Glick Courtney Gray Melissa Johnson Katryna Lopez Amy Markowicz Marco Medina Sofia Olsson Felicia Padilla Ayetzy Presa Eric Ramirez Michaela Rappa Julia Severson Amanda Siefert Madison Spitzer Charleston Walter Chloe Whitworth

Order of Omega

Economics honor society

For society and fraternity members who show leadership and involvement

Cody Blanford Dylan Carlyle Skye Cote Christian Curry

Robert Case Brittany Dinkins Kate Fox Madeline Gibson

Brianna Loughridge Mackenzie Murphy Elisabeth-ann Plaza Michaela Rappa Charleston Walter

Phi Alpha Theta International History honor society

Brandyn Alvarez Blue Andrade Molly Lindsay Marina Mondot Ayetzy Presa

Phi Beta Kappa National honor society

Liset Aguirre Dawit Aklilu Brandyn Alvarez Bryn Anderson Maxwell Auerbach Gilberto Barba Bria Bowton Kelly Bradshaw Mary Bridges Olivia Craven Noelle Dillman Brittany Dinkins MacKenzie Dougan Jeena Epperson Kate Fox Melanie Fyda Drew Garbe Dallas Garcia Alexandra Glick Alyssa Ide Kimberly Jimenez Maya Klaib Anna Klein David Kobylka Paige Koenig Jiaqi Li Molly Lindsay Marina Mondot Sofia Olsson Peyton Pfeiffer


Grace Pollard Kylie Quenga Jonathan Ruhlman Jaci Sanchez Kristen Sauceda Margaret Sherline Hannah Shimuzu Amanda Siefert Sarah Solares Sharon Tso Carly Veasy Anna Walton Jordan Washecheck Sydney Wells Chloe Whitworth Catharine Wills Skyla Wilson Anastasia Wright

Phi Sigma Alpha Biological Sciences honor society

Olivia Beck Aditi Bhatnagar Bria Bowton Carson Brett Christina Casey Jessica Fields Alexandra Glick Gabriella Gould Ryan Hallal Katryna Lopez Steve VanGrouw

Pi Kappa Lambda National Music honor society

Maria Paula Cevallos Crespo Margaret Eronimous Kelsie Harris David Hernandez Jonathan Kretchmer Connor Licharz Kristine Llanderal Janay Maisano Luis Martinez Isaac Morrow-Buchanan Terrence Perrier

Ana Rangel Megan Susuico-Scott Jacob White Kelsi Williams

Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics honor society

Maxwell Auerbach Emily Caldwell Jake Hunter Madeline Huston Andrew Isaac Maya Klaib Reece Koe John Pease Peyton Pfeiffer Samuel Silva

Pi Sigma Alpha Honor society in Political Science

Victoria Brewster Brittany Dinkins MacKenzie Dougan Drew Garbe Christine Hysell Kayla Jones David Kobylka Alyssa Lewis Joey Mendoza Matthew Rafeedie Kristen Sauceda

Ashley King Tianna Lee Eric Ramirez Brooke Stoddard Regina Turiace Charleston Walter Anastasia Wright

Sigma Delta Pi Hispanic honor society

Laura Ann D’esposito Melanie Sanchez María-Ximena Vásquez

Sigma Iota Ro International Relations honor society

Laura D’Esposito Alex Hyland Grace Pollard

Sigma Tau Delta Honor society in English

Gilberto Barba Jonathan Ruhlman

Psi Chi International honor society in Psychology

Tracie Amerson Kelly Bradshaw Tess Bray Mary Bridges Alyssa Cortinas Michelle Fomin Kate Fox Alyssa Haney Angie Hernandez Bria Kates

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Awards and Honors Faculty Awards Mortar Board’s College of Arts and Sciences Professor of the Year Rebecca Lyons, Ph.D.

Global Impact Award Daniel Klooster, Ph.D. Monty Hempel, Ph.D. (in memoriam)

Outstanding Teaching Kathy Jenni, Ph.D. Wendy McIntyre, Ph.D.

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Outstanding Research/ Creative Activity Catherine Salmon, Ph.D.

Outstanding Writing Instruction Ralph Angel, M.F.A. (in memoriam)

Outstanding Service Piers Britton, Ph.D.

Innovative Teaching Alisa Slaughter, M.F.A. Raul Acero, M.F.A.


Academic Regalia Distinctive academic dress can be traced back to the universities of the Middle Ages. In the early centuries of its existence, the costume was worn as daily garb, and several parts had practical uses. In more recent centuries, its use in complete form has been reserved for special ceremonial occasions. Of the costume’s three components, the hood is the most interesting. Originally it had three uses: as a head covering, as a shoulder cape, and as a bag in which alms could be collected. It is mentioned as early as 1480 in clerical literature. When large wigs were in vogue in England, the cape part of the hood was split in front and a narrow neckband inserted. The entire cape and hood were allowed to fall back as they do today, and the hood was never restored to its original style. Black academic robes are appropriate to all degrees and all institutions. Graduates of some schools, however, may elect to wear robe colors adopted by their alma maters—for example, Harvard crimson, Yale blue, Stanford cardinal. Red may be worn for ceremonial purposes, as by a president. Three black stripes on the sleeve denote a doctorate. There is historical evidence to suggest that the mortarboard originated with the 16th century Protestant reformer John Calvin. The university building where Calvin taught, at the Cathedral Church in Geneva, was not yet completed and was without windows. Accordingly, he designed the hat for his teaching in order to protect his head from the pigeons that cohabited the buildings. Black tassels are correct for all degrees, but colored tassels also may be worn. Gold metallic tassels may be worn by persons with doctorates and by dignitaries. Following is a partial list of hood and tassel colors established by the American Council on Education to represent various fields of learning. Arts and Letters.................................................White

Music.................................................................... Pink

Business Administration.................................... Drab

Philosophy......................................Dark blue or black

Economics...................................................... Copper

Physical Education.................................. Sage green

Education....................................................Light blue Engineering..................................................... Orange

Public Administration, Public Policy.......................................... Peacock blue

Environmental Studies................................... Russet

Science.....................................................Gold yellow

Fine Arts............................................................Brown

Social Science .................................................. Citron

Law....................................................................Purple

Speech....................................................... Silver gray

The Academic Mace

The first dated record of the ceremonial academic mace goes back to the year 1385 at the University of Vienna. An academic mace is traditionally carried in procession and mounted on stage whenever degrees are granted or when the faculty is assembled in formal academic regalia. The University of Redlands’ mace was presented on behalf of the City of Redlands by Mayor Jon Harrison during the October 20, 2006 convocation, marking the start of the year-long centennial celebration. The names of all Redlands presidents are engraved on solid silver bands around the wooden shaft. The shaft is capped with 60 ounces of solid silver, engraved with the seals of the City of Redlands and the University of Redlands.

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Board of Trustees Mr. Jamison J. Ashby ’82 Chief Executive Officer Nova Health Coburg, OR Ms. Janet Berckefeldt ’67 President and Managing Director, Music Concourse Community Partnership Lafayette, CA Mr. Bradley A. Berg Chief Operating & Financial Officer Delta Dental of Washington Sammamish, WA Ms. Carole L. Beswick (Chair Emerita) CEO Inland Action, Inc. Redlands, CA Dr. Larry E. Burgess ’67 Director Emeritus A.K. Smiley Public Library Redlands, CA Mr. William R. Cahill President, Calfox Inc. Ross, CA Mr. Bruce A. Cavarno ’82 President, Ortho LA, Inc. Redlands, CA Mr. David R. Danielson ’75 Retired Vice President, Academic Affairs Butte Community College Kanab, UT

Mr. Thomas W. Gilmer ’62 ’67 Principal Lee & Associates Yorba Linda, CA Mr. Kenneth F. Hall ’60 Founder and Chairman Emeritus School Services of California, Inc. Carmichael, CA Mr. Robert M. Harris, Jr. Chairman of the Board Pacific Market International Mercer Island, WA Ms. Teena Hostovich Vice Chair Lockton Pacific Series La Cañada Flintridge, CA Ms. Fran Inman Senior Vice President Majestic Realty Co. Santa Ana, CA Rev. Jeannie Kim President & Owner Sam Inc. & KPP Beer, Inc. Livermore, CA Mr. Leland C. Launer, Jr. ’77 (Chairperson of the Board) Retired Insurance Executive Bar Harbor, ME

Dr. Joseph L. D’Anna ’91 Westport, CT

Ms. Sherri L. Medina ’82 ’84 Healthcare Entrepreneur and Investor Laguna Hills, CA

Mr. David P. Enzminger ’85 Co-chair Intellectual Property Practice, Winston & Strawn LLP Altadena, CA

Mr. Brian D. Murphy ’04 President and Managing Director Meridian Capital Mercer Island, WA

Mr. Richard N. Fisher ’65 (Chair Emeritus) Retired Partner O’Melveny & Myers, LLP Pacific Palisades, CA

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Ms. Becky Campbell Garnett ’69 Community Volunteer Pasadena, CA

Mr. Robert C. Oda ’69 Retired Senior Planning and Development Manager Commercial Real Estate Division Kamehameha Schools Honolulu, HI Mr. Darren S. Rose ’91 President Rose & Tuck LLC Marlborough, MA Mr. Joseph R. Rulison Co-founder and CEO three + one Rochester, NY Mr. Chris W. Strand, CPA/PFS Chief Financial Officer Acequia Capital, LLC Bellevue, WA Mr. Stephen A. Tindle ’90 Executive Vice President Thomas James Homes Piedmont, CA Mr. Ronald C. Troupe ’64 Retired Los Angeles Branch Manager, Unisys Corporation Redondo Beach, CA Ms. Candace L. Unruh (Candy) Paradise Valley, AZ Ms. Mary Vivanco ’88 Vice President Plancom, Inc. Poway, CA Mr. Charles S. Wilke ’64 Founder and Managing Director Meridian Capital LLC Seattle, WA


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Alma Mater O, that dear old U of R, Thy children near and far Will sing to thee and all thy glories tell; Where the orange blossoms grow, And the waters gently flow, That dear old U of R we love so well. O, that dear old U of R, Whose emblem shines afar, Eternal as the hills we love so well; Where the mountains tall and grand Like an inspiration stand, That dear old U of R we love so well. O, that dear old U of R,

Congratulations! BULLDOGS FOR LIFE

The years can never mar, The memories of thee we love so well; Where the friendships are so dear That we leave them with a tear That dear old U of R we love so well.

Och Tamale Chant Welcome to the University of Redlands Alumni Association No dues, just fun! Update your address at alumni@redlands.edu and let us know what you’re doing.

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REDLANDS UNITES US IN A COMMON BOND THAT LASTS A LIFETIME.

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