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College of Arts & Sciences Commencement University of Redlands April 30, 2021

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College of Arts & Sciences Commencement April 30, 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 Commencement Ceremony 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 2021 Abigail Fine ’21 B.A. Political Science and Public Policy

Recognition of 2020–2021 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 Anna Forgét ’21 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

Abigail Fine ’21

B.A. Political Science and Public Policy

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riginally from Maple Grove, Minnesota, Abigail Fine ’21 is an active and engaged student leader involved in various organizations on campus. She is this year’s chair of the ASUR Senate, which she has been part of since her first year at the U of R. She works as a Lead Admissions Bulldog Ambassador for the Admissions office, where she has worked for three years. She is a member of Delta Kappa Psi, and she serves as the President of Maroon and Grey Student Ambassadors. On the Dean’s List every semester, Fine is a three-time recipient of the Warren Christopher Public Service Scholarship. She is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the political science honor society, and Phi Beta Kappa. She is also the recipient of the Outstanding Senior in Public Policy award and is graduating with honors. Fine has enjoyed her past four years at the University of Redlands, where she is part of an incredible group of friends. She is grateful to her family for supporting her education and loves being a Bulldog for life. After graduation, she plans on moving to Washington, D.C., to pursue a career in legislative affairs. She would like to thank the professors, staff, and administrators who have guided her at the University, and is forever thankful that Redlands gave her more than an education: It truly made her the person she is today.

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College of Arts & Sciences Graduate and Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Artist Diploma

Master of Science

Music Performance

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Karen Celeste Bogart Ian Hunter Kaminski Tim Laguna ‡ Jeeye Park ‡

Master of Music Conducting Jesse Lall ‡

Performance Jeffrey Michael Boehl Karen Celeste Bogart Ian Hunter Kaminski Tim Laguna ‡ Kenley Takeo Nakao ‡ Jeeye Park ‡ Christopher Anthony Sacha Jr. ‡

Vocal Chamber Music Lauren Breden ‡ Anna Sofia Valdespino Caplan Audrey Louise Gilgen Brandon Lee Harris ‡ Zachary Christopher Krug Adrienne Janelle Pedrotti ‡ Brittany Julia Schaubhut Elizabeth Marian Snelling Andrew Swartchick

Jessica Ryan Angel Anna Checket Ian Christianscher Jessica Georgina Dao Allyson Gaebler Laura Elizabeth Granillo Amanda Ann Healy Esmeralda Herrera Lindsay N. Jacketti Maria G. Lee Ana S. Magallanes Shelby Leigh Mazo Madeline Rose Mendler Amy Marie Moore Alexis Satterthwaite Newkirk-Stone Jessica Ilene Ninberg Bethanne Prince Tatiana Imelda Ramos-Gallardo Jordyn S. Smith Karrl Vitor Courtney Danielle Walborn Perri Jessica Zaret Madeline Zaun

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 Ernesto Bustamante D Paige Lauren Edmondson Matthew John Fisher D Morgan Sienna Fowlkes D Marguerite Mae Jursch D Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Mackenzie Kelly D Makenna Rose Medrano D Cole Matthew Means D Chloe Alexis Sandoval D Jordan Elaine Schultz D

Biology Kaila A. Adams Hannah Marie Albrecht Ashlynn Ammerman Brennen Tyler Carr Casey Austin Curow D Lindsey Hollifield Miaha Victoria Horton Miya Riki Ishii-Bleeker Abigail MacKenzie Nordquist v Daria Pikulina P v Second major: Health, Medicine, and Society Jacob William Stewart Nikita K. Vasoya Kalli Efrosine Vellis Cheyenne Nichole Walser Second major: Psychology

Communication Sciences and Disorders Lorena Ariza Sara C. Bond Isabella Bretado Kayla Calderon Miracle Frances Cariaga Ashley Vanessa Castillo Second major: Spanish Vanessa Anaisse Contreras Sydney Elizabeth Dallas Kelsea Dian Donovan Jada Adele Dorrough Sarah Frances Draves

Spencer John Dykstra Michelle Therese Encinas Mariama Madgeline-Elon Fisher D Second major: Studio Art Raul Flores Richard Austin Foster Grace Louise Gambito Jesse Pauline Hardman Savannah J. Hlebasko Second major: History Zain S. Ismail Victoria Gail Jeffers Juliet Sarah Jerahian McKenna Brianne Kirmsse Demetra Korovessis Jessica Martinez Sierra Maria Martinez Second major: Liberal Studies Jacob Edward Patterson Andrea Alexandra Rocha Second major: Spanish Elise M. Schoneman v Odalys Tamayo Second major: Spanish Natalie Anne Thayer Clarissa L. Venegas Amanda Lianne Wong Jessica Magali Zapata

Communicative Disorders Jordyn S. Smith

Computer Science Matthew Sidney Fischer Jacob Charles Guedel Julian B. Heymans Second major: Management Samuel Christopher Lucchese

Creative Writing Andrea Judith Colocho D Lily J. Mitchell D David Cuahtemoc Puma D Alexandra E. Rosen D v Claire V. Searcy D v Parker Smith D v Second major: Philosophy Third major: English Literature Bohdan WilliamRodriguez Stern D v 7


College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Economics

Health, Medicine, and Society

Abigail Mae Bates Second major: Public Policy Anna Abigail Brown v Second major: Religious Studies Justin Ryan Catuna Skye L. Cote D P v Second major: International Relations Carmen Teresa Reyes Gonzalez Dorian Spranger

Allison N. Busch Second degree: Bachelor of Science in Biology Catherine Ariane Claburn Ilana Katarina Hagen Ciana Rose Hartman v Second major: Psychology Omar M. Hernandez Samantha Marie Hislop Maya S. Lang v Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Mia Ann Mora Second major: Biology Marlena Margarete Ramanis Second degree: Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Second major: Biology Third major: Chemistry Joseph Daniel Reyes Aracely Torres

English Literature Jackson Wesley Anderson D v Second major: Creative Writing Elise P. Avery Second major: Sustainable Business Amy Benkovich Isabel M. Cervantes v Alyssa Noell Duarte D v Helena Frances Elkins Second major: Public Policy Tsianina Flores Gwen Alexa Frankian Second major: Management Christen Michelle Freeman Second major: Liberal Studies Arianna Nahid Kazemi Gavin Navarro Second major: Religious Studies Jasmine Violeta Parada Second major: Public Policy Brittny Lee Sellick v

Environmental Studies Timothy T. Broz Joshua David Harris Kaley S. Holland Brigit Marie Laughlin D Annika Ruth Michelson Jennifer Jimenez Mora v Brooke Taylor Topliff

German Heather N. Hammen Second major: Computer Science Timoline Esther Jlay Second major: International Relations 8

History Nathan J. Adam Sawyer A. Backman D Wenmei Bai v Casey Lee Ball Elizabeth G. Craig Nicole Erica Durkee Victoria N. Gonzales Christian Scott Ortiz v George M. Patino Jonathan James Reid Second major: Psychology Mary Elizabeth Schaaf

International Relations Anna Elizabeth Forget Second major: Music Matthew CJ Gubbins D Helena Rose Hoover v Amanda Grace Levandowski v Lindsay Marie Mellado Charles A. Schlecht Alicia Shristie Second major: Public Policy


Latin American Studies Genevieve Juliana Alvarado v

Liberal Studies Carolina Amanda Barbosa Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Rachel Star Carnell Second major: English Literature Sandra Elizabeth Curiel Second major: Race & Ethnic Studies Ailyn De la Torre Second major: Spanish Ariana De la Torre Second major: Spanish Emily Jean Duncan Second major: Psychology Emelia Alexie Gregor Second major: Spanish MacKenzie Allison Mills Second major: Communication Sciences & Disorders Heaven Gloria Rivera Second major: Psychology Delaney M. Roberson Second major: Management Cloey Madisan Stump Second major: English Literature

Management

Alexandria Aguilar Second major: Public Policy Matthew Betancourt Second major: Psychology Lauren Rose Burke Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Paolo Cannatella Second major: Public Policy Shayna Marie Hallman Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Rachel L. Kahan Second major: Liberal Studies Jessika Shanee Pollard D Second major: Public Policy Amayrani N. Sarango Second major: Sociology & Anthropology

D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

Media and Visual Culture Studies Maya X. Brito June S. Coombs Bailee Ann Ellenz Eric Robert Enbom D v Second major: Creative Writing Cynthia A. Escobedo v Vincenzo C. Ferrari Anthony Garcia-Bedoya Michelle Liran Gepshtein Ryleigh Cathleen Gissel D Second major: Studio Art Sabrina America Gutierrez Second major: Business Administration Third major: Management Ethan Spencer Irey v Anesu Alyss Masundire v Jeyden Maye McCarthy Second major: German Robert Bryan Oatman Siena Mika Phillips Nicole Victoria Salazar Clara Anne Sanders Second major: Management Yasmin Shamsud-Din Alexis Hideko Toney v

Music Zalene Aurora Acosta Priscilla R. Bracamontes Second major: Liberal Studies Katherine Denisse Duran Diego Kevin Hammond Allysa Juliet Hannawi Second major: Mathematics

Philosophy Trueman Jonakin Andrews-Gibson D v Second major: Political Science Natalie Marie Gonzalez Galen Cale Guillory v Julia Dominique Severson

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Physics Mounica Gopisetty Arturo Martinez Jr.

Political Science Isabella Ayala Taylor Alexis Bains Second major: Public Policy Elias J. Beck Second major: Philosophy Nicholas Bingaman Anthony Bonini Second major: Management Aris T. Brickler Taylor R. Brown Thunder D v Giovanni Jesus Camarena Savannah Desiree Carmona Alexander Thomas DeSantis D v Second major: Public Policy Sierra Leon Felt-Morales Abigail M. Fine D v Second major: Public Policy Edison Alexander Forman P v Second major: Public Policy Kaitlyn Rose Garrison D v Second major: Creative Writing Third major: Public Policy Kailee Elizabeth Jackson-Russo D v Second major: Public Policy Gary Tyler Kersten Eric Joseph Ligas Idiana Salam Summer Sargent Second major: Liberal Studies Max S. Spiegel Tara Lee Takenaka Evelyn Maricela Torres-Callejas Second major: Public Policy

Psychology Caylin Marie Anderson Lauren Nicole Ankrum Chanel N. Augustin v Melisa Liselle Ballesteros Second major: Management Ariadna Barrientos Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Alexandra J. Bunch v Second major: Women Gender & Sexuality Studies 10

Ivoneth Denise Cabrera Diaz Kheren Fernanda Candor-Gonzalez Karina I. Cardenas Henry Tucker Willis Cargile Natalie Jean Carlson Rachel Lauren Caruthers Adelaida R. Cazin Amanda Annette Chiles Miranda Drew Colvin Ryanna Curtis Kate M. Diem Brenna Camille Dolen Michael Joshua V. Esquejo D P v Second major: Health, Medicine and Society Emily Katherine Fleming Maya Noelani Flores Clarissa Cheyenne Frakes Amara Gabriel Zachary James Glenn Alyssa R. Haney v Second major: Women Gender & Sexuality Studies Brent Roland Hausmann Second major: Women Gender & Sexuality Studies Larissa Elizabeth Hernandez Donald R. Johnson Braden Kane Second major: History Peyton E. Katz Hannah Claire Lanyon Ben Sacro Libao v Kaylynn M. Lum Corinna M. Martin Odalys Martinez Second degree: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Second major: Race & Ethnic Studies Brooke Alexandria McBay Noah Kenneth McFadden Tiffany Marie Michel Talia K. Miller Karina Berlin Monge Tyler Patrick Montanez v Aria Racquel Norman Second major: Health, Medicine and Society Noel Paz Madelyn Sophia Porras Callee Dawn Savage D Second major: Liberal Studies Allison Sera v Second major: Health, Medicine and Society Adam Dean Sjoberg Zachary Malloy Snodgrass


Jennifer Solis Isabella Gabriel Sos Jena Lei Suzuki v Mia Taylor Townson v Gabriella Sophia Werner

Jordan Lorraine Hooey Reid Yuen Inouye Noel V. Kendrick Anastasia Amelia Clifton Leporte v Bianca Lopez Villa Phuong Anh Doan Nguyen Ashley Nicole Pimentel Charletha Michele Ringstaff Melanie Rose Rodas Antonio Henry Rosario III Alexa Drew Santana Brandon Serrano Amy Benjamin Williamson

Public Policy Christopher H. Chandler Second major: Management Ricardo Alberto Gonzalez Caeli Havel Lauren Marie Leeden Second major: Political Science Gerson Amado Montes III Second major: Economics Parker Clayton Sand Second major: Management

Spanish

Race and Ethnic Studies Jessica Kela Aguigui Adabel Chassidy Corrales Second major: Psychology Camille Yvette Mosley Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Charlotte Jean Trotter Second major: Psychology

Religious Studies Sarah Emily Hall Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Sonny M. Robison Cassidy Claire Stencil

Sociology and Anthropology Will G. Chambers Chase Alexander Corey Brenda Sarai Espino v Second major: Management Julianna S. Forman D Second major: French Elizabeth Grace Gardner Olivia P. Gehrs Carl Edward Holmes III

D Honors Candidate

Aritnay Aranzubia Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Third major: Liberal Studies Steve Cruz Diaz D Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Julie Dimas Garcia v Second major: Race & Ethnic Studies Third major: Race & Ethnic Studies Bibiana Araceli Guardado-Ruiz Second major: Liberal Studies Adaneth Jasso D v Second major: Studio Art Ana Isela Juarez D Second major: Economics Third major: Management Domanick Murray Erika Puente Atziri J. Renteria Second major: Political Science Salvador Rico Jr. Second major: Psychology Jessica Leticia Torres v

Theatre Arts Savannah Marie Casey Second major: Sociology & Anthropology Abigail Faith Dunbar Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Annalyssa Rebecca Sassara

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Theatre Business Gerardo Gamez Devin Lamar Hicks

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Lauren Emily Brooks Ivana Annalisi Wright Second major: Liberal Studies

Bachelor of Music Music Composition

Marcelo Francisco Aguinaga Brian Michael Begg ‡ Ihab B. Hamideh ‡ Abigail Rose Mellado ‡ Victoria R. Williams Second major: Music: Education

Bachelor of Science Accounting

Noah J. Castillo

Lourdes Whiting Arrieta Second major: Economics Taylor Lyn Bonghi Olivia Nicole Cano Hunter Danial Stephen Christensen Collin A. Chubbfertal Bradley J. Farrar Second major: Economics Rhiannon C. Fisk Cade Hunter Gorrell Second major: Financial Economics Fernando Herrera Jr. Mason Hitz Second major: Management Third major: Business Administration Kelly McKenna Klish Aaron Day Laconte Fernando Martin Meza Natalie Perez Madison Jordan Routh Victoria G. Simmons

Music Performance: Keyboard

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Justin Lee D ‡ Second major: Mathematics

Niki Kruk Second major: Biology Third major: Chemistry Hannah E. Powell Second major: Biology Third major: Chemistry

GilbertSebastian Camacho ‡ Second major: Music Performance: Winds Janay Lynnette Maisano ‡ Collin G.Tarr ‡

Music Education Hailey E. Aguirre ‡ Alyssa Lee Fejeran Esmeralda Marie Gilman Denis V. Grijalva Isabel Paulina Lachman Jacobs Isaac D. Meza Tamryn Elise Narvaez ‡ Leslie Ojeda Second major: Music Performance: Winds

Music Performance: Guitar

Music Performance: Strings Sophia Huang ‡ Anthony J. Schnell ‡

Music Performance: Voice Mariah Mae Powell Second major: Music: Education 12

Music Performance: Wind or Percussion

Biology Caldwell M. Bridges v Jordan A. Buttner D v Second major: Mathematics


Catherine T. Chu Madison McKenzie Dunlap D v Maggie M. Eshmawy Cassandra L. Hauserman Caleb S. Henderson D v Hani Hijazi D v Alyssa Jessica Lee Elaine Liu P Andrea Isabella Luna Second major: Health, Medicine, and Society German Francisco Moncada Jr. Trevor Joseph Smith v Isabella Lena Ulibarri Kirsten E. Zornado D

Business Administration Charles J. Ajlouny Leslie N. Alcala Diego R. Altamirano Johnny I. Archuleta Spencer William Bandow Max Andrew Berrospe Nicole Marie Burchett Cadyn Kiahni Kai Carr Matthew Philip Casey Tali Danielle Castle Edgar Salud Cisneros Spencer William Conley Gregory Matthew DeBelina Corbin Elias Ekoniak Emily Falla Mason Kolby Ferrer Isabella A. Figueroa Michael Brandon Flota Nathan A. Garcia Trey Gevers Adam Gordin Jacob Alger Harrold Annie G. Hay Cade Henjum Josh C. Henning Ryan Raymond Hoffmann Jacob Scott Huff Angelina Dominique Hughes Frank James Kidd Jr. Seth Eric King Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Jonah Michael Kirchmann

D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

Evan Kokoszka Parker Richard Landolf Samuel Leek Tyler Scott Lufkin Jonathan Osvaldo Maldonado Cooper James Malerstein Christopher Andrew Martinez Ryan McDuffie Gary Edward Menary Arian Mogharei Fabiola Monje-Alvarez Leslie Montebello Ezra B. Moore Maximilian Joseph Morales Eva M. Murillo Tristen Nichols Brecken Glenn Palmer Dustin Kyle Pavon Jacob Yoshio Rose Samantha Ann Salay Oscar Salgado Alexia Lynn Scott Emily Margaret Shipcott Karl-Filip Ernesto Sjogrell Braxton Van Taylor Danielle Leslie Temperino Second major: Media & Visual Culture Studies Coral Elizabeth Tomaso Justin Richard Tong Joseph Anthony Van Den Bosch Emily Grace Vankoll Kevin Yang Brooke A. Young James Zhou

Chemistry Kellis Margarita Dack Jasmine Madeleine Duchene Harper E. Ellsworth Ahmed Munshi Chloe Nicolet Briana Nichole Ramirez D Emily Tristen Santa Ana Joaquin A. Schmidt D Second major: Spanish Jason Gabriel Waters D Second major: Environmental Science

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Degree Candidates Computer Science Christopher Kevin Frejlach Anooj Rashmikant Patel

Economics Jackson T. Burton Trenton Olen Kull Jack Taylor Lombardi McCormick Annika Maya Rogers Ziegler D v Second major: Mathematics

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Joshua K. Thompson D Second major: Spanish Reanna Khushro Unwalla Alina Grace Waldo D Alexis Saba Willis Olivia Anne Yokas v

Financial Economics Paige Erlanger Second major: Accounting Third major: Public Policy

Environmental Science

Global Business

Gabriel Francis Altieri Second major: Economics Sean David Bauer Zoe Rachel Brezak Wylie Rose Cassinelli D Second major: Studio Art Tanner Joseph Chapman Antony Mumo Chonga Lynette Rose Crossley Jack T. Dimmock Whittney H. Elmer Dustin Shane Ferguson D Brady Wilken Goodman Vickira Gundrid Hengst Second major: Global Business Katelynn Anne Holloman Rachel Orenda Irvine Anna Kaitlan Jones D v Navid A. Kazemi Irad Jaime Leon Second major: Psychology Alberto Lizarraga Reina Mitsuda v Second major: Mathematics Stewart Q. Olive-Larson D v Mattea P. Pulido v Thomas G. Rickard Second major: Economics Ashlee Robinson D Jazmin Serrato Richard Frederick Sorensen Jr. v Dominick V. Sullivan P Second major: Public Policy Kayla A. Takakura

Jared Borivoje Bourgault Second major: Political Science Trevor John Brouelette Desiree Angelica Cadena Jackson M. Eaves Samara Roy Herrick Daniela Jurado Amanda Mary Martinez Second major: Business Administration Claire Ann Olmstead Matthew F. Oss Scott J. Royer Derrin Valeri Kirsten Marie Wiesner

Mathematics Jack Edward Allen Dylan Wayne Brown Jordan Convery Second major: Physics Haley A. Jackson v Deena G. Kirrish Second major: Liberal Studies Desiree Nicole Moran Kimberly K. Sheldon D v Jiaxin Xu Second major: Economics

Sustainable Business Eric Forbes Bryanna Nicole Neagle Makayla Sugidono


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Johnston Center for Integrative Studies Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Bachelor of Arts

Sabrina Alexis James Emphasis: Cultural Anthropology

Zoe Nina Sotto Andaya Emphasis: Music Composition: Media and Culture

Michael Joseph Johnson Emphasis: Gastronomic Sociology and Culinary arts

Crawford Cotton Banks Emphasis: Filmmaking and the Social Sciences

Jahmari Asante Johnson Emphasis: Communication and Entrepreneurial Thinking

Janessa Belle Brenagh Emphasis: Child Psychology and the Histories of Oppression Elizabeth E. Byrne Emphasis: Social Justice Activism through Sound Production and Performance Arts

Caroline H. Kelly Emphasis: Embracing Differences in Education

Anthony Ricardo Castellon Emphasis: Unlocking Potential within College Students

Syd Kilroy Emphasis: Storytelling through Arts and Counterculture

Hanna Marie Chamberlain Emphasis: The Genetics of Congenital Defects

Josiah River Lauer Emphasis: The Human Body: A Physical and Psychological Study

Shayla Marie Dennon Emphasis: Art and Ritual: Giving Power to Artistic Expression Mary Travis H. Doepner Emphasis: Societal Victimology Claire Alisz Evanishyn Emphasis: The Culture of Health and Disease Johnnie Paul Farris Emphasis: Organizational Administration and Behavior Ellis Hodo Emphasis: Politics and Community Engagement Oliver Hughes Emphasis: Creating Happiness: An Exploration of Understanding through History, Art, and Social Change Aria Hurtado Emphasis: Performing, Literary, & Visual Artistry and Culture

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Valerie Maria Johnson Emphasis: Human Rights, Global Advocacy, and Legal Studies

Paige Marriee Marler Emphasis: Living with Psychological Trauma: Identity, Expression and Relationships Sara M. McMahon Emphasis: Human Rights & Social Justice Kerry Grace Miller P Emphasis: Global Water Security Giana Mitchell Emphasis: Collective Care, Art, and Language Gabor Nemeth Emphasis: The Philosophy of Consciousness Nicole Ho Newlin Emphasis: Art Therapy through Marginalized Identities Sabrina Nunn Emphasis: Business Analytics Kirsten Anne Orrahood P Emphasis: Psychology and Psychodrama


Kolby Ratigan Emphasis: Themed Entertainment Design

Bachelor of Science

Kevin B. Reyes Emphasis: Marketing and Visual Media

Noah Delano Emphasis: Once More unto the Breach of Math and CS

Santiago Manuel Rodriguez Emphasis: Public Policy and Social Change

Ellis Hodo Emphasis: Politics and Community Engagement

Kelly Elizabeth Sandoval Emphasis: Communal Resilience, Human Rights, Art & Design

Hunter Walsh La Force Emphasis: Biophysical Chemistry

Hannah Marie Shaffer Emphasis: Experiencing Religion: Divinity, Community, and Queerness Rebecca M. Stankovich Emphasis: Environmental Justice and Regenerative Agriculture Avi Sternlieb Emphasis: Formalizing Thought: Notation in Math & Programming

Mackenzie Paige Nelson Emphasis: Integrative Environmental Science and Spatial Studies Gabor Nemeth Emphasis: The Philosophy of Consciousness Caillie Erin Roach Emphasis: Environmental Communication and Policy Han Win Maw Emphasis: Actuarial Science

Mariah Elizabeth Thompson Emphasis: Challenging Social Constructs Through Music and Literary Arts Maya Isabela Villar Carrillo P Emphasis: Ending Oppression through Communal Environmental Conservation and Art Leah J. Volchok Emphasis: Developing Diverse Personhood through Writing Jordan M. Weil Emphasis: Socially Conscious Approaches to Entrepreneurship & Entertainment

D Honors Candidate

P Proudian Interdisciplinary Honors

v Phi Beta Kappa

‡ Pi Kappa Lambda

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Awards and Honors Departmental Awards and Honors Business Administration Outstanding Scholar in Business Administration Emily M. Shipcott Justin R. Tong

Outstanding Senior of the Year in Business Administration Delaney Roberson

Excellence in Management Jessika S. Pollard Ana I. Juarez

Communication Sciences and Disorders Outstanding Senior in Communication Sciences and Disorders Award Ashley Castillo

Judith Morrison Award Mariama Fisher

William Parker Award Tatiana Ramos-Gallardo

Crawford Award Maria Lee

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History

Music

History Education Award

School of Music Performance Award

Christian Ortiz

Phi Alpha Theta Award Aya Smith

Henry G. Dittmar Prize Wenmei Bai Sawyer Castleberry-Backman

Humanities Advisory Board Prize for Outstanding Essay in the Humanities Wenmei Bai Anna Brown Sawyer Castleberry-Backman Alyssa Duarte Ana Juarez Galen Guillory Erika Puente Brittny Sellick

International Relations Outstanding Student in International Relations Skye Cote

School of Music Class of 2021

School of Music Graduate Student Service Award Tim Laguna

Presser Foundation Scholar Timothy Cunningham

Thelma Beardsley Award Tamryn Narvaez

Sigma Alpha Iota College Honor Award Alyssa Fejeran

School of Music Service Award Ihab Hamideh

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Award Diego Altamirano

Philosophy Outstanding Philosophy Student Trueman J. Andrews-Gibson


Political Science Colwell Prize Abigail Fine Kaitlyn Garrison Evelyn Torres-Callejas

David Boies Award for Legal Analysis Trueman Andrews-Gibson Taylor Bains Alexander DeSantis

Frederick John Wiley Memorial Award Taylor Brown-Thunder Jared Bourgault Edison Forman

Public Policy Outstanding Public Policy Scholar Abigail Fine

Science and Mathematics Robert D. Engel Award Jordan Buttner Jordan Convery Briana Ramirez

Elaine Brubacher Prize Kristen Zornado

Edmund C. Jaeger Award Isaac Rodriguez

Paul Krantz Award Desiree Moran

Judson Sanderson Award Kimberly Shelton

Spanish Outstanding Student Award in Spanish Salvador Rico Joaquin Schmidt Jessica Torres

Angel Aparicio Award Ana Juarez Erika Puente

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Dr. Emily Culpepper Award Alyssa Haney

Portia Cornell Elementary Math Education Award Delaney Roberson

Lawrence R. Harvill Award Shlok Wagle

Outstanding Interdisciplinary Work in Public Policy Kaitlyn Garrison

Religious Studies Outstanding Senior in Religious Studies Anna Brown

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Awards and Honors National Honor Societies Other Awards and Honors Proudian Scholars Interdisciplinary honors program

Brian Begg Skye Cote Michael Esquejo Edison Forman Elaine Liu Kerry Miller Kirsten Orrahood Daria Pikulina Dominick Sullivan Maya Villar Carrillo

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

Anthony Bonini Caldwell M. Bridges Trevor J. Brouelette Dylan W. Brown Allison N. Busch Olivia N. Cano Henry Tucker W. Cargile Savannah M. Casey Collin A. Chubbfertal Brenna C. Dolen Sarah F. Draves Emily J. Duncan Emily Falla Michael B. Flota Calhoun P. Helmberger Marguerite M. Jursch Mackenzie Kelly Kelly M. Klish Mariah J. Moon Abigail M. Nordquist

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Stewart Q. Olive-Larson Marvin M. Perkins Rheji M. Seay Trevor J. Smith Jason G. Waters Joey R. Wozniak

Mortar Board National honor and service society for seniors

Hannah Albrecht Ashlynn Ammerman Crawford Banks Carolina Barbosa Anna Brown Taylor Brown Thunder Alexandra Bunch Rachel Caruthers Hunter Christensen Elizabeth Craig Bailee Ellenz Edison Forman Grace Gambito Cade Gorrell Ilana Hagen Brent Hausmann Caeli Havel Hani Hijazi Samantha Hislop Kailee Jackson-Russo Juliet Jerahian Timoline Jlay Anna Jones Ana Juarez Demetra Korovessis Brigit Laughlin Amanda Levandowski Sierra Martinez Brooke Mcbay Kerry Miller Tyler Montanez Mia Mora

Jasmine Parada George Patino Dustin Pavon Kolby Ratigan Summer Sargent Calle Savage Kimberly Sheldon Trevor Smith Jennifer Solis Margaret Stoops Justin Tong Victoria Truong Clarissa Venegas Gabriella Werner Brooke Young

Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics honor society

Gabriel Altieri Anna Brown Jackson Burton Skye Cote Paige Erlanger Derrick Garcia Cade Gorrell Jack McCormick Sophia Rockne Victoria Simmons Lourdes Whiting Annika Ziegler

Omicron Delta Kappa National honor and leadership society

Genevieve Alvarado Trueman Andrews-Gibson Sara Bond Trevor Brouelette Alexandra Bunch Savannah Casey


Samuel Cribbs Gavi Dhariwal Emily Duncan Melina Estrada Michelle Fomin Edison Forman Amara Gabriel Grace Gambito Kaitlyn Garrison Cade Gorrell Shaye Hillyer Miela Hurst Kailee Jackson-Russo Sabrina James Anna Jones Ana Juarez Rebecca La Bad Brigit Laughlin Victoria Leonardo Amanda Levandowski Reina Mitsuda Tyler Montanez Jordan Nelson Abigail Nordquist George Patino Amayrani Sarango Callee Savage Kimberly Sheldon Jake Skrzynski Justin Tong Isabella Ulibarri Charleston Walter Brooke Young

Phi Alpha Theta International History honor society

Nathan Adam Sawyer Backman Elizabeth Craid Braden Kane Mary Schaaf

Phi Beta Kappa National honor society

Genevieve Alvarado Jackson Anderson Trueman Andrews-Gibson Chanel Augustin Wenmei Bai Caldwell Bridges Anna Brown Taylor Brown Thunder Alexandra Bunch Jordan Buttner Isabel Cervantes Skye Cote Alexander DeSantis Alyssa Duarte Madison Dunlap Eric Enbom Cynthia Escobedo Brenda Espino Michael Joshua Esquejo Abigail Fine Edison Forman Julie Garcia Kaitlyn Garrison Galen Guillory Sarah Hall Alyssa Haney Ciana Hartman Calhoun Helmberger Caleb Henderson Hani Hijazi Helena Hoover Ethan Irey Haley Jackson Kailee Jackson-Russo Adaneth Jasso Anna Jones Marcus Kosins Maya Lang Anastasia Leporte Amanda Levandowski

Ben Libao Anesu Masundire Kerry Miller Reina Mitsuda Tyler Montanez Jennifer Mora Abigail Nordquist Stewart Olive-Larson Christian Ortiz Daria Pikulina Mattea Pulido Marlena Ramanis Alexandra Rosen Elise Schoneman Claire Searcy Brittny Sellick Allison Sera Kimberly Sheldon Sequoia Smith Trevor Smith Richard Sorensen Bohdan Stern Jena Suzuki Alexis Toney Jessica Torres Mia Townson Olivia Yokas Annika Ziegler

Phi Sigma Alpha Biological Sciences honor society

Allison Busch Jordan Buttner Catherine Chu Cassandra Hauserman Caleb Henderson Anna Jones Elaine Liu Abigail Nordquist Allison Sera Victoria Truong Kirsten Zornado

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Awards and Honors National Honor Societies Pi Kappa Lambda National Music honor society

Honor society in Political Science

Hailey Aguirre Brian Begg Alexia Benson Lauren Breden Gilbert Camacho Ihab Hamideh Brandon Harris Sophia Huang Tim Laguna Jesse Lall Justin Lee Janay Maisano Abigail Mellado Kenley Nakao Tamryn Narvaez Jeeye Park Adrienne Pedrotti Christopher Sacha Anthony Schnell Lavista Silva Collin Tarr

Trueman Andrews-Gibson Alexander Desantis Abigail Fine Edison Forman Kaitlyn Garrison Calhoun Helmberger Siena Phillips Max Spiegel

Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics honor society

Dylan Brown Jordan Buttner Jordan Convery Samuel Cribbs Noah Delano Allysa Hannawi Haley Jackson Hunter Laforce Justin Lee Reina Mitsuda Kylie Pastor Lauren Petri Kimberly Sheldon Avi Sternlieb Victoria Truong Rafael Zasas

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Pi Sigma Alpha

Psi Chi International honor society in Psychology

Alexandra Bunch Michael Esquejo Amara Gabriel Alyssa Haney Brooke McBay Tyler Montanez Isabella Romagnoli Callee Savage Allison Sera Jena Suzuki Mia Townson Gabriella Werner

Sigma Delta Pi Hispanic honor society

Natasha Agramont Genevieve J. Alvarado Ashley V. Castillo Skye Cote Steve Diaz Matthew Gubbins Anna I. Juarez Erika Puente Odalys M. Tamayo Jessica Torres

Sigma Iota Ro International Relations honor society

Skye Cote Anna Forget Matthew Gubbins Helena Hoover Charles Schlecht Alicia Shristie

Sigma Tau Delta Honor society in English

Isabel Cervantes Alyssa Duarte Eric Enbom Alexandra Rosen Parker Smith

Theta Alpha Kappa Honor society in Religious Studies

Sarah Hall Gavin Navarro Victoria Randall-Hallard


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Awards and Honors Outstanding Faculty Awards Mortar Board’s College of Arts and Sciences Professor of the Year Candace Glendening, M.S.

Global Impact Award Kelly Hankin Daniel Klooster

Outstanding Teaching Adriana Alvarado Sawa Kurotani

Outstanding Research/Creative Activity Nicol Howard Jessie Hewitt Neena Gopalan

Outstanding Writing Instruction Nathaniel Cline

Outstanding Service CAS Working Group 1: Nathaniel Cline Hillary Jenkins Youna Kwak Lillian Larsen Paige Mann Lisa Olson Joanna Bieri Conroy Reynolds

Innovative Teaching Heather King

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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


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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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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