O^e J-[undred and ^orty-^ixth , Annual C ommencement ^une i8, 2004 ^^J\[orthwestern \jniversity One Hundred and Forty-sixth Annual Commencement 6 P. June 18, 2004 Ryan Field Evanston, Illinois University Seal and Motto Soon after Northwestern University was founded, its Board of Trustees adopted an official corporate seal. Chenoweth Sarah Elizabeth Crist Eileen Marie Ehrbar Ross Daniel Hays Michael L Kinsinger Terrence Charles Miller Hossein Mirheydar Olisaemedua Chiedu Ojeh Robert Lee Ruszkowski Ernest Saudjana Matthew J.This seal, ap- proved on June 26, 1856, consisted of an open book surrounded by rays of light and circled by the words Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. Circling the book are the first three words, in Latin, of the University motto: Quaecumque sunt vera (Whatsoever things are true). Skaruppa Erin Cassandra Stuewer Pi Tau Sigma Daniel Mc Connell Aukes Brian J. Korte Jeffrey James Kuna Marie Claire Kyle Simcha L. James Ireland Stewart, BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1993. Human Capital, Information, and Cooperation: Essays in United States Frontier History; Joseph Ferrie, adviser. Functional Analysis of Cnsl, an Essential Co-chaperone of the Heat Shock Protein 90 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae; Richard F. Robert Thomas, BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1994. Real- Time Decision Making for Adversarial Environments Using a Plan-Based Heuristic; Kristian J. Melody Yu-Ming Chua Tiampo, AB, Prince- ton University, 1995; MA, Northwestern University, 1997. Gutai & Informel: Postwar Art in France and japan; Sarah E. Christopher Allen Tomas, BS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996; MS, Northwestern University, 1998. DNA-Array Based Transcriptiojtal Analysis of Solvent Tolerance and Degeneration in Clostridium acetobutylicum: gro ESL Overexpression, Butanol Challenges, and a Novel DNA- Array Normalization and Gene Identifica- tion Method; E. Danijela Vignjevic, BS, University of Belgrade, 1999. Seeing Gives Rise to Disbelieving: Experiences That Prompt a Hermeneutic of Suspicion in Ecclesiastes and Wendy Farley's Theodicy of Compassion; Phyllis A. Hsi-Wu Wong, BS, National Taiwan Uni- versity, 1996. Analysis of Coijiplex Reac- tion Systems: Application to the Chemistry of Silicon Nanopartide Formation and Polystyrene/Polypropylene Degradation; Linda J. Frank Iway Wu, BEng, University of Penn- sylvania, 1994; MS, California State University, Sacramento, 1997. Chorodial Perfusion Measure- ments Using Optical Coherence Tomog- raphy; Matthew R. Sutton Jason Lawrence Warren Monica Caroline Wasiljew Distinction in Dance Jordan Sands Kahl Distinction in Performance Studies Andrew Brommel Distinction in Radio/Television/Film Lindsay J. Erik David Spoerke, BSMSE, Northwestern University, 1998. Biomaterial Systems for Orthopedic Tissue Engineering; Samuel 1. Priya Srinivasan, BA, Monash University, 1994; MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1997. Performing Indian Dance in America: Interrogating Modernity, Tradition, and the Myth of Cultural Purity; Margaret Thompson Drewal, adviser. Stevens, BA, Binghamton University-State University of New York, 1992. Taking the World: Evangelism and Assimilation among Ghanaian Pentecostals in Chicago; Wendy Griswold, adviser. Randall Verble, BA, Oral Roberts Uni- versity, 1976; MCM, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1981; MM, North- western University, 1995. Five Psalm Settings by Giovanni Battista Samniartini: A Musical and Textual Analysis; ]uiinh Schwartz, adviser. Joint Program in Religious and Theological Studies. Lisa Sih-Ling Chen, BS, Tufts University, 1999; MS, Northwestern University, 2002. Potential Therapeutics for Multiple Myeloma and Leukemia: The Effects of C8-Modified Adenosine Analogs on Nucleic Acid Biochemistry; Terry L. Brandow Ivan Chen Helen Kar-Yee Ho Adrienne Denise Ho Uoway Marina Khmelevsky Phineas Lambert Danielle Marie Mc Bride Jessica Michan Lindsay Anne Pavlik Clinton David Sievers Jessica Marie Sturgeon Suzanne H.To enhance the dignity of the event, you are respectfully requested to avoid unnecessary conversation and moving about during the ceremony. Guests are not per- mitted on the field at any time. Northwestern Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Tyler Flann Harris, candidate for BM, 2004 Invocation Timothy S. Bienen University Alma Mater The Latin verse will be sung by the graduates of the School of Music. Mishkin, director, Louis and Saeree Fiedler Hillel Center Recessional Faculty recessional Graduates and guests will please remain seated. A director of the Council on Foreign Relations, he also serves on the board of directors of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, the Shedd Aquarium, Steppenwolf Theatre, the Alain Locke Charter Academy, and JSTOR. Bienen has also written numerous book chapters and articles. Ryan is chairman and chief executive officer of Aon Corporation, a global leader in risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, and human capital consulting and out- sourcing, with 53,000 employees in more than 500 offices located in more than 120 countries. Ryan started as an entrepreneur and merged his company to form what ultimately became Aon. Ryan is chair of the Board of Trustees of Northwestern University and a director of the Tribune Company. Runnells II Ti PTi nic I r'1'1'7^1 m one l_/Clllllo J. Jllll L/llo William T \Y/hifp 1 a m PC K ^p h d H 1" Idill Co 1 . and Newton Minow Prize in Communication Alexandra Talcott Scripps Howard Foundation Top 10 College Journalists of 2003-04 Deborah Leah Hirsch Valedictorian Aivard Deborah Leah Hirsch Integrated Marketing Communications Program Awards Robert E. Misloski Jason Mounts Lara Paukovits Kristen Rahn Henry H.Smoking is not permitted in Ryan Field or Mc Gaw Memorial Hall. The audience will join in the singing of the English verse. Student recessional Guests will please remain seated. Bienen came to Northwestern from Princeton University, where he had served as the James S. Bienen began his association with Princeton in 1966 as assistant professor of politics and international affairs and was named associate professor in 1969, professor in 1972, and William Stewart Tod Professor of Politics and International Affairs m 1981. Bienen also served as chair of the Department of Politics (1973-76), director of the African Studies Program (1977-78, 1983-84), director of the Research Program in Development Studies at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (1979-82), and director of the Center for International Studies (1985-92). Department of State, National Security Council, Agency for International Development, Central Intelligence Agency, and World Bank as well as the Ford, Rockefeller, and John D. He was the editor of World Politics (1973-74, 1984-91) and has served on a number of editorial boards. Bienen received a bachelor's degree with honors in 1960 from Cornell Univer- sity and a master's degree in 1961 from the University of Chicago, where he was awarded a Ph D in 1966. He also serves as a trustee of Rush-Presbyterian-St. One of Chicago's most visible business and civic leaders, Mr. Slubowski Nandika Suri Pina Tripodi Aditi Vaish National Investor Relations Institute-Chicago Lara Michelle Paukovits Sara Elizabeth Rontal Walter Dill Scott Award Natalie Kristen Herring Matthew Ryan Larson Student Life and Interest Committee Award Suzanne M. Moorman Kappa Tau Alpha Undergraduates Jennifer Cloe Aronoff Raphael Hart Bartholomew Margo Buchanan Annie Lynn Clemens Michael David Frisch Michelle Christine Gabriel Andrew Raymond Green Deborah Leah Hirsch Katherine Ann Koss Christina T.The full text of the University motto, adopted on June 17, 1890, is from the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Philippians, chapter 4, verse 8 (King James Version). Kinsinger Jeffrey James Kuna Marisa Lynn Lattanzi Steven Adam Lieberman Terrence J.
On the pages of the open book he placed a Greek quotation from the Gospel of Saint John, chapter 1, verse 14, translating to The Word . This seal, which remains Northwestern's official signature, was approved by the Board of Trustees on December 5, 1890. Doris Michelle Ann Ehlert David Fang Ricky Fok Donald Brian Fong Timothy Welles Gaylord Kenrick Guo Thomas Gregory Haggerty Brian J. Hall Alexander Bin Hu Aaron Michael Johnson Diane Soo Kyung Kim Michael I. Thomas Nancy Xrienens Kaehler Lee Phillip Bell Shinichiro Tom tiien 1 niiips jvaiz Charles M. Doris Kirsten Hiera Daniel Kunio Honbo Diane Soo Kyung Kim Michael I. Linz Elliot Richard Parsons Melinda Ratz Ryan George Schneider Brandon Christopher Sears Karl Kristofer Stensvad Derek R. Hamilton Award for Civil Engineering Seniors Joseph Eugene Shields Computer Engineering Department Award Best Computer Engineering Senior Daniel Kunio Honbo Kappa Theta Epsilon Carl Benjamin Allen Michael Thomas Beste Lisa C. Deutsch Bachelor of Science in Education and Social Policy Summa cum Laude Steven Daniel Frederick Emily Catherine Kissel Emily Schultze Elizabeth H. Clemency Alix Fenhagen Magdalyn Margaret Griffith Jennifer Susan Kaminski Sarah Kathryn Leahy Kerstin Mercer Lauren Elyssa Neuman Elizabeth Marie Perkins Jennifer Lynn Probst Department Honors Distinction in Communication Sciences and Disorders Heather Joyce Redding Communication Sciences and Disorders Honors Program Udunna C. Williams SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND SOCIAL POLICY School of Education and Social Policy Honors Galen Anthony Cohen Allison Brooke Cunningham Steven Daniel Frederick Grace Hong Emily Catherine Kissel Julie Marie Maslowsky Tresca Meiling Amy Beth Rosenband Kaitlin Ames Young School of Education and Social Policy Alumni Undergraduate Student Leadership Award Erin Elizabeth Burke School of Education and Social Policy Alumni Graduate Student Leadership Award Nancy L.Mc Cormick School of Engineering and Applied Science 22 Medill School of Journalism 25 School of Music 26 Reserve Officers Training Corps 26 Graduate Degrees* Graduate School 27 School of Communication 39 School of Education and Social Policy 40 Robert R. VJCioll Arflinr R ^p Hpt Tr 1 li/^iifrloc i^foir J . Tischler Thomas Jeffrey Wisted Jonathan Rodger Wood Department Honors Biomedical Engineering Lynne Rachel Dominique Katherine Anne Mc Feely Daniel Saddawi-Konefka Tsun En Tan Juyun Tsai Chemical Engineering Hossein Mirheydar Civil Engineering Matthew Steven Weil Computer Engineering Gregory Lou Computer Science Gregory James Allen Donald Brian Fong Aaron Michael Johnson James Richard Newell Erin Alexandra Orawski Phillip Arthur Saltzman Alexander Shoykhet Environmental Engineering Jennifer Marie Cowman Industrial Engineering Carl Benjamin Allen Michelle Ann Ehlert Kent J.Mc Cormick School of Engineering and Applied Science 41 Medill School of Journalism 43 School of Law 45 J. Kellogg School of Management 48 Feinberg School of Medicine 59 School of Music 61 Prizes and Honors 63 School Convocations 78 Commencement Staff so *The appearance of a candidate's name is presumptive evidence of graduation but is not to be regarded as conclusive. We will sing thy praise forever; All thy sons and daughters Fledge thee victory and honor. To our guests Commencement is the highlight of the academic year. Program Processional The audience will please remain seated for the student and faculty processional. Su Christopher Maddra Webber Materials Science and Engineering Daniel Aaron Cogswell Nora Jean Colligan Mechanical Engineering Daniel Mc Connell Aukes Marie Claire Kyle Medill School OF Journalism Gertntde and G. Cniin Award Kathleen Dodd Joan Christine Wagner Gary Ctimmiiigs Memorial Award Alina de la Caridad Machado Bernard Gordon Entrepreneurial Award Rita Chang Harrington Award Broadcast: Eve 1-Fang Chen Magazine: Maegan Amanda Carberry New Media: Andrew Setter Newspaper: Deborah Leah Hirsch William Randolph Hearst Foundation Journalism Awards Competition Class of 2004 Top 10 Finishers Jennifer Cloe Aronoff Evan Samuel Benn John Warren Eligon Amy E. The Feinberg School of Medicine, established in 1859 as the Medical School, offers the degrees of doctor of medicine, doctor of physical therapy, and bachelor of science in medicine. Multi- plexed Two-Wave Mixing Interferometry; Sridhar Krishnaswamy, adviser. Yiftach Eisenberg, BS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1999; MS, North- western University, 2001. Energy Efficiency and the Role of Quality Metrics in Wireless Video Communications; Aggelos Katsaggelos, adviser. Komornicki Bachelor of Philosophy in Communication cum Laude Anna C. Ludwig Henry Mario Martone Caitlin Mitchell Lauren Nagel-Werd Jennifer Lynn Probst Heather Joyce Redding Jacob Philip Reitan Laura E. Williams Bachelor of Science in Communication cum Laude Mallika Agarwalla Benjamin J. Cole 1 n n Iprfn/ 1 r^nic juilll JCiiiy JUUUlj Stanton R. The school also offers the Master of Laws International Executive Master's Program in South Korea. In addition to the full-time program, Kellogg also offers the evening Managers' Program on the Chicago campus, the weekend Executive Master's Program on the Evanston campus, and the International Executive Master's Program in Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, and Israel. Adam Lee Duhachek, BA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1999; MS, North- western University, 2002. An Investigation into Consumer Coping Processes; Dawn lacobucci, adviser. Materials Science, Integration, and Performance Characterization of High- Dielectric Constant Thin Film Based Devices; Robert P. Menezes Joel Eric Petrilla Lily Rabe Jessica Lauren Scholl Tiffany Gray Westlie Agnes Nixon Playwriting Awards Alix Fenhagen Kathryn Jordan Hines Outstanding Senior Theatre Awards Tara Michelle Howard Thomas Corlett Higgins II Michael Sterling Mahler Meghan Amato O'Halloran Ema Yamagata Winifred Ward Award Magdalyn Margaret Griffith Dance Program Awards Dance Departmental Excellence Awards Chelsea Christine Hurlburt Jordan Sands Kahl Meghan Amato O'Halloran Diana M. Stewart Alpha Sigma Lambda Gloria Grace Coco Ann M. Mussa-Ivaldi Cynthia Denise Naugles Bachelor of Philosophy in Communication Summa cum Laude Gloria Grace Coco Bachelor of Philosophy in Communication Magna cum Laude Ann M. Scherr Jennifer Rosanne Topolosky ' Danielle Lucille Uhlarik Matthew D. Harris Civil Engineering Department Award Wallis S. Kuttner Jennifer Nussbaum Amy Beth Rosenband Diana Whitney Schofield Katherine C. Mccormick School of Engineering AND Applied Science Cooperative Education Division of American Society for Engineering Education Award Matthew S. Hall Daniel Kunio Honbo Omar Azam Khan Diane Soo Kyung Kim Matthew Clemens Korsch Steven Adam Lieberman Terrence J. Pierson Ryan George Schneider Derek James Shiell Carey A. Murphy Cooperative Engineering Education Student of the Year Matthew S.