RRExp LD941 c.4University of ChicagoThe '" convocationnO.522 2015 March 12Bib: 215102 Holding: 142236 Rec'd: 4/3012015 lhc University of ·ChicoGo lihmryTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO--FOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHEFIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-SECONDCONVOCATIONWINTER QUARTERMARCH TWENTIETHTWO THOUSAND AND FIFTEENTHREE O'CLOCK P.M.ROCKEFELLER MEMORIAL CHAPELORDER OF EXERCISESROBERT J. ZIMMERPRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY, PRESIDINGPRELUDES AND PROCESSIONALWYLIE CRAWFORDUNIVERSITY CARILLONNEURMillar Brass EnsembleTHOMAS WEISFLOGUNIVERSITY ORGANISTTHE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONThe Congregation stands and remains standing until after the Call to Order.The Flag BearersThe Marshal of the University and the Student MarshalsThe Candidates for DegreesThe Faculty of the UniversityThe Vice-MarshalThe DeansThe Trustees and Officers of the UniversityThe Faculty SpeakerThe Provost of the UniversityThe President of the UniversityBRASS FANFAREMillar Brass EnsembleCALL TO ORDERCATHERINE C. BAUMANNMARSHAL OF THE UNIVERSITYWELCOMEROBERT J. ZIMMERPRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY--THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONTHE CONVOCATION ADDRESSIntroduction given byERIC D. ISAACSPROVOST OF THE UNIVERSITY"STRIVING FOR INCOMPLETENESS"byKENNETH POMERANZUNIVERSITY PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND THE COLLEGE;CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOKenneth Pomeranz joined the University ofChicago faculty in 2012 as the 18th UniversityProfessor. University Professors are selected for theirinternationally recognized eminence in their fields.Professor Pomeranz's work focuses on social,economic, environmental, and political change inChina from the 18th century to the present. He hasexplored the history of Chinese popular religionand gender norms, analyzed environmental changeand water management in China, and conductedcomparative studies of labor, family organization,and economic change in both East Asia and Europe.The only two-time winner of the American HistoricalAssociation's John K. Fairbank Prize for the best bookon East Asian history, he is the author of The GreatDivergence: China, Europe, and the Making of the ModernWorld Economy, which has been translated into IIlanguages, and The Making ofa Hinterland· State, Society,and Economy in Inland North China, I853-I937, amongother titles. He is currently at work on several books-astudy of the history of land and water rights in lateimperial and modern China and their implicationsfor social structure and economic development, and a book titled Why Is China So Big?, which examines thedevelopment and persistence of political unity in China.He has written over 60 scholarly articles andserves on the editorial boards of multiple journalsincluding Asian Research in World History, theJournal ofEconomic History, Modern Chinese Studiesin History, and New Studies in Global History. Hewas the founding co-editor of the Journal of GlobalHistory and is co-editor of the post-1750 volumesof the forthcoming Cambridge World History.A fellow of the American Academy of Arts andSciences, Professor Pomeranz has received numerousawards, including fellowships from the AmericanCouncil of Learned Societies, the AmericanPhilosophical Society, the Guggenheim Foundation,the Institute for Advanced Study, and the NationalEndowment for the Humanities. In 2013, he servedas president of the American Historical Association.Before joining the University of Chicago faculty, hetaught at the University of California, Irvine, for 24 years.He received his PhD. in history from Yale Universityand his bachelor's degree from Cornell University.--MUSICAL INTERLUDEMY SPIRIT SANG ALL DAYComposed byGERALD FINZIThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirJAMES KALLEMBACHCONDUCTOR2THE AWARD OF HONORSAwarded General Honors with the Bachelor's Degree:CHARLES JOSEPH ARGUEETHAN AND REW CURRIEJAMES DEREK ESTAVERCAITLIN EMMA FALLAHAYGARRETT T. FOXVADIM FURMANOVFANGNING GU STEPHANIE YING HUANGPAUL KYUCHEOL KIMKEI KIYOIAN CHIEN EN LIEWTED CHRISTOPHER NIEMIECKYLIE MARIE NOLLAJENNIFER REBECCA SUSAN ROZELLE PATRICIA STICHNOTHHANZHIWANGWENTAI XIAOKAIXI XIESEUNG YOON YANG--THE CONFERRING OF ACADEMIC DEGREESCandidates for Degrees will be presented in alphabetical order by degree in the following academic units:In the College by DEAN JOHN W. BOYERThe Student Marshal will be presented by UNIVERSITY MARSHAL CATHERINE C. BAUMANNIn the William B. and Catherine V Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studiesby DEAN MARK R. NEMECIn the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of Medicineby DEAN KENNETH S. POLONSKYNames will be read by DEAN FOR GRADUATE AFFAIRS VICTORIA E. PRINCEIn the Division of the Humanities by DEAN MARTHA T. ROTHIn the Division of the Physical Sciences by DEAN EDWARD W. KOLBIn the Division of the Social Sciences by DEAN DAVID NIRENBERGIn the University of Chicago Booth School of Business by DEAN SUNIL KUMARNames will be read by ASSOCIATE DEAN PATTY KEEGANIn the Divinity School by DEAN MARGARET M. MITCHELLIn the Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies by DEPUTY DEAN DANIEL A. BLACKCandidates not presented are receiving degrees in absentia.The President will lead the audience in acknowledging the candidates after each school's degrees are distributed.3THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 522ND CONVOCATIONI. IN THE COLLEGEFor the Degree of Bachelor ofArts in the CollegeKEIGO AGATA(Economics)(Statistics) VADIM FURMANOV(Political Science)ERIKA CARMONA(Romance Languages and Literatures) CHRISTOPHER JONATHAN GORDON(English Language and Literature)SUAD CAUSEVIC(Biological Sciences) FANGNING GU(Economics)YINGLEI CHEN(Statistics)(Mathematics S.B.) STEPHANIE YING HUANG(Economics)ETHAN ANDREW CURRIE(Philosophy) PAUL KYUCHEOL KIM(Mathematics)(Computer Science S.B.)CALVIN KENNEDY DEUTSCHBEIN(Mathematics)(Computer Science S.B.) KEI KIYO f\(Psychology) tv\�l{ "JQD SAm 1 ({. �£.CI\) M.l\R.R.()LUKYLIE MARIE NOLLA (Jh, loso'{)h�)(Psychology)JAMES DEREK ESTAVER(Psychology)(Philosophy) MAUNG PYAY PHYO 00(Political Science)CAITLIN EMMA FALLAHAY(English Language and Literature) JENNIFER REBECCA SUSAN ROZELLE(Psychology)GARRETT T. FOX(Philosophy) WENTAI XIAO(Economics)KAIXI XIE(Economics)For the Degree of Bachelor of Science in the College and the Division of the Physical SciencesCHARLES JOSEPH ARGUE(Mathematics with Honors) HANZHIWANG(Mathematics)(Economics A.B.)IAN CHIEN EN LIEW(Mathematics) SEUNG YOON YANG(Statistics)(Economics A.B.)TED CHRISTOPHER NIEMIEC(Mathematics)(Economics A.B.)II. THE STUDENT MARSHALFor the Degree of Bachelor ofArts in the CollegePATRICIA STICHNOTH(History with Honors)III. IN THE WILLIAM B. AND CATHERINE V. GRAHAM SCHOOL OFCONTINUING LIBERAL AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIESFor the Degree of Master of Liberal ArtsKRISTEN MARY FINKBEINERA.B., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2005A.M., American University, Washington, District of Columbia, 2007 VLADIMIR MICHAILOVICH FURSOVA.B., St. Norbert College, 20I24MICHAEL C. GRIFFINA.B., University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, I974 SIMONE LEE QUINNA.B., Aurora University, 20I3MATTHEW J. LEVINSTEINS.B, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005 JENNIFER STRAITS.B., DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, 2006IV. IN THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES ANDTHE PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINEFor the Degree of Master of ScienceAMY LYNN GILLA.B., University of Chicago, 20II(Cancer Biology) JUSTIN M. OLDHAMA.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2002M.D., University of Colorado at Denver, 2006(Health Studies)ERIKA E. HANSONSB., University of Oregon, 20IO(Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology) ELIZABETH ANN POLLARDSB., University of Richmond, 20I3(Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology)CAROLYN JUMPERS.B., Vanderbilt University, 2007M.Phil., University of Cambridge, England, United Kingdom, 2008(Human Genetics) GABRIEL ISAAC ROSENHOUSEA.B., University of Chicago, 2006(Neurobiology)HILARY ROSE KATZA.B., Mount Holyoke College, 20I2(Organismal Biology and Anatomy)For the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophySAMUEL WILLIAM BAKERS.B., Bradley University, 2006(Cancer Biology)DISSERTATION: Transcriptome and Molecular Analyses RevealGREMI as a Potential Regulator of Cellular Senescence MICHAEL ENEO POWERSA.B., University of California, San Diego, 2006(Microbiology)DISSERTATION: Staphylococcus aureus a-Toxin IncitesSynergistic Multicellular Dysfunction during Lethal SepsisMAUREEN PATRICIA CETERAS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005(Developmental Biology)DISSERTATION: Epithelial Rotation and PlanarPolarity during Tissue Elongation in Drosophila EDWIN ERNESTO REYESS.B., California State University, Hayward, 2006(Immunology)DISSERTATION: The Function and Regulation ofCDI33 in Human Prostate CancerTRACI RENE KANTARSKIS.B., Emporia State University, 2006(Evolutionary Biology)DISSERTATION: The Genetics of the DomesticationSyndrome in the Perennial Intermediate Wheatgrass MELISSA JANE RUNFELDTS.B., University of South Florida, 2007(Computational Neuroscience)DISSERTATION: Neuromodulatory Regulation ofLocal Circuit Computations in the NeocortexPAULETTE KRISHACKSB., University of Illinois at Springfield, 2007S.M., Loyola University Chicago, 20IO(Pathology)DISSERTATION: Influence of Serum Amyloid A onthe Development ofAtherosclerosis and Monopoiesis THOMAS ADAM STEWARTS.B., Syracuse University, 2009(Organismal Biology and Anatomy)DISSERTATION: Novelty and Homoplasy in Organismal Evolution: AnAnalysis of Adipose Fin DiversityWILLIAM TYBURCZYS.B., Stanford University, 2003SM., University of Chicago, 20I4(Ecology and Evolution)DISSERTATION: Multiple Responses of an Intertidal Predator toSeasonal Variation in Prey Abundance, and Their Effects at DifferentTime ScalesCAITLIN MARGARET DONOHOE ORRA.B., Case Western Reserve University, 2008(Molecular Metabolism and Nutrition)DISSERTATION: Analysis of Tissue SpecificEnhancer Elements in the Pancreatic Alpha CellTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONV. IN THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESFor the Degree ofMaster ofArtsANDREW ROBERT BURLINGAMEA.B., Wheaton College, Illinois, 2009M.A., ibid., 20II(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)MALARVIZHI ANNAL JAYANTHA.B., Madurai Kamaraj University, India, 2002(South Asian Languages and Civilizations)CLAIRE ELIZABETH JENSONA.B., Oberlin College, 20I2(Art History)MICHAEL JOSEPH LACROIXB.Mus., wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, I997(Music)MEREDITH AIDAN MORETZB.Mus., Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 2008(Music) GODA THAN GADAA.B., Brown University, 20II(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures)NATALIE L. TREVINOA.B., Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 20II(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures)ANDREW JOSEPH WILENTA.B., Messiah College, 2007M. T 5., University of Notre Dame, 20IO(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)TINGTING XUA.B., Renmin University of China, Beijing, 2004(Art History)XI ZHANGA.B., Sichuan International Studies University, Beijing, China, 2009M.A., University of Louisville, 20I2(Art History)For the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophyTOBIAS JOHOA.B.(Hons), University of Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 2004A.M., University of Chicago, 2006(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures and Social Thought)DISSERTATION: Language, Necessity, and Human Nature inTbucydides' HistoryMICHAEL JOSEPH LACROIXB.Mus., wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, I997A.M., University of Chicago, 20I5(Music)DISSERTATION: The Birds: A Chamber Opera after theComedy by AristophanesALEXANDER LEEA.B., Stanford University, 2003A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures)DISSERTATION: Philosophical Image-Making and Dianoia inPlato's RepublicCHANDANI PATELA.B., New York University, 2006A.M., ibid., 2008(Comparative Literature)DISSERTATION: Crossing the Dark waters: Minor Narratives,Transnational Subjects, and Alter-histories of the African/Indian OceanTATE SEWELL PAULETTEA.M., University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, 200IA.M., University of Chicago, 2004(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: Grain Storage and the Moral Economy inMesopotamia (3000-2000 BC)6 BRADY M. SMITHA.B., Boston College, 2006A.M., University of Chicago, 2009(English Language and Literature)DISSERTATION: Red, Black and Green: Ecology, Economy and theContemporary African NovelJOSHUA JOHN WEISSA.B., University of Iowa, 2003A.M., Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 2006(English Language and Literature)DISSERTATION: Modernist Ecstasy: Sexuality and the Sacraments inModernist LiteratureMIMMI WOISNITZADipl., Europa-Uniuersitdt Viadrina, Frankfort an der Ode" Germany, 2006(Germanic Studies)DISSERTATION: Dramaturgies of the Imagination: The Theatre as aLaboratory of Spectatorial Agency in Lessing and KleistANDREW ELON YALEA. B., University of California, Berkeley, 200IA.M., University of Chicago, 2007(English Language and Literature)DISSERTATION: Museum Medium: Transformational Aesthetics inAmerican ModernismGOKC;:E BiKE YAZICIOGLU SANTAMARIAA.B., istanbul Uniuersitesi, Turkey, 200IA.M., University of Chicago, 2005(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: The People ofKanesh: Residential Mobility,Community Life, and Cultural Pluralism in a Bronze Age City inAnatolia, TurkeyVI. IN THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESFor the Degree of Master of ScienceVINICIUS MIRANDA BRAGANCABacb., Uniuersidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2008M.Sc., ibid., 20II(Astronomy and Astrophysics) ALLEN MESKOVICH5.B., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2004(Financial Mathematics)NGOC HOANG MINH PHAMS.B., Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, 20I3(Mathematics)JONATHAN CHAO5.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2008(Financial Mathematics) TU NGUYEN DUY PHUNGB. Comp., National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2008(Financial Mathematics)YONGRUI CHENBacb., Nankai University, Tianjin, China, 20I3(Statistics) EDWARD PETER PRYBOLSKYS.B., Syracuse University, 20I3(Chemistry)YOUNG CHOB.Eng., Inha University, Inchon, South Korea, 2007S.B., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2008(Computer Science) JEFFREY STEVEN ROHALLAS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IO(Computer Science)WOON PIN CHUAB.BIIS., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore, 2009(Financial Mathematics) JOHN WILLIAM SANTERREA.B., Middlebury College, 2002(Computer Science)WEI FANG5.B., National University of Singapore, Singapore, 20IO(Financial Mathematics) BRADLEY JAMES SATERFIEL5.B., University of South Florida, 2003S.M., Hofstra University, 20IO(Computer Science)YONG FENG5.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 20I3(Statistics) JOHN G. SHINA.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 20IO(Computer Science)MACIEJ GRABAREKS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20I3(Statistics) MELISSA ANDREA SONDHEIMER5.B., Lehigh University, 20IO(Computer Science)SCOTT HENNINGA.B., Dartmouth College, 2009(Computer Science) BOLONGSONGB.Econ., Wuhan University, China, 20I2(Financial Mathematics)CHUAN JIANGS.B., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 20II(Financial Mathematics) BRIAN JOSEPH STROBACHB.j., University of Missouri-Columbia, 2009(Computer Science)KOK KEONG JONATHAN KAMDipl.-Ing., Techniscbe Uniuersitdt Muncben, Munich, Germany, 2009(Financial Mathematics) DANIEL CROWLEY SULLIVANA.B., Swarthmore College, 2007S.M., University of Chicago, 2009(Computer Science)SPENCER PETER KAMCHEEB.B.A., Loyola University Chicago, 2009(Computer Science)SACHIN KAPLUSHB. Tecb., Punjab Technical University, [alandbar, India, 2002(Financial Mathematics) MARK JOHN SZYMANSKIA.B., Yale University, 2008(Computer Science)TANAKORN LEESATAPORNWONGSAB. Eng. , Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2009(Computer Science) YUE WAN5.B., University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 20I2(Statistics)YUEFENG LIANGA.B., University of Rochester, 20I3(Statistics)For the Degree of Master of Science in the Division of the Physical Sciencesand the Division of the Biological SciencesRYAN LEE MORKB. Eng. , University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 20I2(Biophysical Sciences)7THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONFor the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophySHANTHANU BHARDWAJM.Sc., Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, KaLyanpur, India, 2007(Physics)DISSERTATION: Disordered Non-interacting Electronic Systems nearCriticality in Two DimensionsNATHAN DAVID CONTRELLAS.B., Bucknell University, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Reactivity and Olefin Polymerization Behavior ofElectronically- Unsymmetrical Palladium (II) ComplexesMICHAEL THOMAS HORRELLA.B., Grinnell College, 2009(Statistics)DISSERTATION: Two Projects in Gaussian Random FieldSpace- Time StatisticsHAO HUANGS.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Antibodies as RNA Crystallization ChaperonesROBERT KINGMAN LANZA, JR.S.B., University of California, Santa Barbara, 2008(Physics)DISSERTATION: Experimental Limits on Gravitational waves in theMHz Frequency Range DAWEI LIS.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2006S.M., ibid., 2009(Geophysical Sciences)DISSERTATION: Physical Factors Governing the Surface TemperatureHistory of SnowbaLL EarthLUYAO LUS.B., Nanjing University, China, 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Understanding the Mechanism and Exploring theOptimization Strategies for Organic Solar CeLLsSRlKANT VEERA RAGHAVANM.Sc., Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Semidefinite Programming Applications to Hartree­Fock and Linear Scaling Electronic Structure TheoriesCHENYU XUS.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2008(Physics)DISSERTATION: Studies of Neutral Ytterbium Atoms in aSolid Neon MatrixJUNJIE ZHAIS.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: NHC Supported CUI Amido and SuLfido Complexes:Synthesis, Characterization and Applications in SmaLL Molecule ActivationVII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESFor the Degree of Master ofArtsTALIA BERKOWITZA.B., Columbia University, New York City, New York, 20IO(Psychology)HANISAH BINTE ABDULLAH SANIB.S.S. (Hons), National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2007A.M., ibid., 20IIA.M., University of Chicago, 20I2(Sociology)MAOZ BROWNA.B., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, 2007A.M., Hebrew University ofJerusalem, Israel, 20II(Sociology)SAMANTHA DALE COOKA.B., Tulane University, 20I2(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)ANGELICA FELICEA.B., University ofArizona, 2008(Anthropology)ANASTASIA MARIA OLDHAM FITZA.B., Princeton University, 20IO(Sociology)EMILY ANN FORDENA.B., Claremont McKenna College, 20IOA.M., University of Chicago, 20II(History)8 AARON S. HOPESA.B., Emory University, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)OMIELA HSUA.B., Columbia University, New York City, New York, 20II(Political Science)MALLORY GIBSON JAMESA.B., Princeton University, 2008(Anthropology)LARA HELENA JANSONA.B., Grinnell College, 2005A.M., Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela, 2007A.M., University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 2009(Sociology)ANTOINE CLIFFORD JONESA.B., City University of New York, 20I2(Sociology)NICHOLAS C. JUDDA.B., New York University, 2007(Sociology)MISHAL KHANA.B., Macalester College, 20IO(Sociology)BING LENGS.B., University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 20IIA.M., Ibid., 20I2(Economics) ALICIA ROSE RILEYA.B., Stanford University, 2007A.M., ibid., 2008M.P.H., Johns Hopkins University, 20I2(Sociology)HANNAH RENEE McELGUNNA.B., University of Chicago, 2009A.M., McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20I2(Anthropology) ADITI RAJEEV SHIRODKARB.M.S., Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics,Mumbai, India, 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 20I2(Political Science)NOEMI NOCERABiEcon., Uniuersita degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata'; Rome, Italy, 20IOMiEcon., ibid, 20I2(Economics) MARGARET RUTH SPIKERA.B., Lawrence University, 2009(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)MELISSA OSBORNEA.B., Reed College, 20I3(Sociology) ANUSHREE LALITHA SUBRAMANIAMSB., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 20IO(Economics)PABLO ANTONIO RANGELA.B., University of Nebraska, 20IIA.M., ibid., 20I3(History) YUANTIANA.B., Carleton College, 2009(Economics)For the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophyROBERT CHARLES ABBOTT, JR.A.B., St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, 2004A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Social Thought and Germanic Studies)DISSERTATION: Explorations in Elegiac Space: Schiller, Nietzsche, Rilke JAMES IVENIUKA.B., University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2005A.M., ibid., 2006A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Sociology)DISSERTATION: Social Relationships, Positivity, and Personality inOlder AdulthoodAMIR SHAWN FAIRDOSIA.B., University of Texas at Austin, 2005A.M., University of Chicago, 2009(Political Science)DISSERTATION: Politicians are People, Too: How PersonalCharacteristics Influence Legislative Behavior JAKE WILLIAM WERNERA.B., Northwestern University, 2000A.M., University of Chicago, 2007(History)DISSERTATION: The Making of Mass Society in Shanghai: TheSocialist Transformation of Everyday Life, I949-I958VIII. IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSFor the Degree of International Master of Business AdministrationWAYNEJINS.B., Iowa State University of Science and Technology, 2005For the Degree of Master of Business AdministrationMATTHEW CHARLES ABERNETHYS.B., Grace College, 2003-WITH HIGH HONORS ADEBOLA AJAKAYEB.Sc., Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ifi, Nigeria, I997SM., University of Georgia, 2000JOSEPH PAUL ADAMCZYKS.B., DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, I998J.D., Loyola University of Chicago, 200I OLUFUNSO AYODEJI AKEREB.Sc. (Hons), University of Lagos, Nigeria, I999RUSLAN AKSYAITOVDipl., St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance, Russia I997Dipl., International Management Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, I999Kand., St. Petersburg State University ofEconomics and Finance, Russia, 200IMEREDITH MARTIN ADDYS.B., William Marsh Rice University, I990J.D., University of Georgia, I993LL.M., John Marshall Law School, I997 SERGEY ALEXANDROVDipl., Fernuniuersitdt in Hagen, Germany, 2002Dipl., St. Petersburg State University ofEconomics and Finance, Russia, 2002Ph.D., ibid., 2005ADETAYO ADEGOKESB., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2004SAMEER RANJIT ADVANIS.B., Humboldt State University, I997SM., University of California, Berkeley, I999 OMAR AL-GHRAOUISB., New York University, 20059THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONTALHA AL HASHIMIS.B., University of Denver, 2000BADER MUSAED AL-SAYERBacb., University of Kuwait, Shoioaik, I996M.B.A., American University of Sharjab, United Arab Emirates, 2004BASILI GEORGE ALUKOSS.B., Drake University, 2006NESTOR ALVARADOB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2004SRINIVASA RAVI PRAVEEN AMBADIPUDIB. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India, I999S.M., University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 2003JOHN CHELLA PRAKASH ANDREWB.Eng., Bharatbidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, India, I993M.B.A., ibid., I995·WITH HONORSJEFFREY WINFIELD APELB. Ch.E; University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 2003J.D., DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, 2007·WITH HONORSROMAIN XAVIER ARESTEM.S., Uniuersite d'Orleans, France, 2002Mast., Institut National Poly technique de Grenoble, France, 2003S.M., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2004HARMEET SINGH ARORAB. Tecb., Regional Engineering College, Kurukshetra, India, I999·WITH HONORSSUNIL ARORAS.B., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2004M.D., University of Toledo, Ohio, 2009CLAUDIO ASSIRATIBacb., Sao Paulo School of Business Adminstration, Brazil, 2002MATTHEW KEITH AUTREYS.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2005KIM AVANESYANDipl., Yerevan State Institute of National Economy, Armenia, I998Doctor, ibid., 200ISATYASAI CHARAN AVASARALAB.Eng. (Hons), Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 200IS.M., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2003STEPHANIE LYNN BACHS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2009MARKUS BADERDipl., Uniuersitdt Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 2005D.NS., ibid., 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSLOANA HUYNH BAESS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 200ISIARHEI BALSHAKOUA.B., Bates College, 2005·WITH HONORSAMARDEEP SINGH BAMRAB.Eng., Punjab Technical University, [alandhar, India, 2002Mast., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2004DAVID JOSEPH BARICHS.B., Bradley University, I992S.M., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, I994·WITH HIGH HONORS10 WILLIAM TAYLOR BARKER IIIS.B., Northern Illinois University, I989R. SCOTT BARTMESSS.B., Bradley University, I994OSCAR BATLLE HOLGADO, SR.Lic., Uniuersitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, 2004Mast., Escuela Superior de Administracion y Direccion, Barcelona,Spain, 2008PARAG BEERAKAB. Tech., [auiabarlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India, 2003S.M., University of Kansas, 2006LUCA BENEGIAMOVIKRAM BEZAWADAB. Com., Loyola College, Cbennai, India, I998Mast., Carnegie Mellon University, 2004KHELAN BHATTS.B., Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, 2002S.M., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2004CHODOK BHICHARNCHITRA.B., Bates College, 2005JIGNESHKUMAR L. BORADB.Eng., Gujara: University, Ahmedabad, India, 200I·WITH HONORSANASTASIA BORELDip!', Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, Russia, 2002Dip!', Financial Academy under the Russian Federation Government,Moscow, Russia, 2005M.Fin., New Economic School, Moscow, Russia, 20IIAARON DAVID BORGA.B., University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000LL.B.(Hons), ibid., 200I·WITH HIGH HONORSDEAN KENNETH BORGUSS.B., Marquette University, 2003·WITH HONORSAISSA BOUDADIS.B., Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 2004MICHAEL BOUSHA.B., University of Delaware, I99IM.Mgmt., Pennsylvania State University, University Park, I997ROBERT DEAN BOWERB.B.A., University of Iowa, I999LAUREN MARIE BRENNANS.B., Georgetown University, 2006CAROLYN ELIZABETH BREWERS.B., University of Kansas, 2006KESTUTIS BRONIUKAITISDip!', Vilnius Uniuersitetas, Lithuania, 2000M.Mgmt., Handelsheyskolen Bi, Oslo, Norway, 2004RORY BUKOFZERA.B., Washington and jefferson College, 2005M. Com., University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2006·WITH HONORSDANIEL EDWARD BURKES.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, I996J.D., University of Houston-University Park, 200I·WITH HONORSVITALY BUROVDipl., Russian Distance-Learning Finance and Economics Institute,Moscow, Russia, 2000MARK KENTON BUTZOWS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006PATRICK EARL BYERSS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009STEPHEN JOHN BYRNESS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2003CAIO CAMPELO DE MACEDOEng., Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, 2008FRANCESCO CANTONELaurea, Uniuersita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples, Italy, I999MICHAEL DAVID CATHEYS.B., Illinois State University, I997SEBASTIAN CEREZO MONTANEZLic., Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, Spain, I999Lic., ibid., 2000'WITH HIGH HONORSSEBASTIEN CHAMPIGNYDipl., Uniuersitdt Karlsruhe, Germany, 2004Mast., lnstitut National Poly technique de Grenoble, France, 2005VINCE CHANB. Com., University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, I995M.B.A., Yale University, 2002SANDEEP CHANDRANB.Eng., University of Bombay, India, I996S.M., Texas Tech University, I998SYLVAIN CHARLESMast., Unioersite de Poitiers, France, 200IDoc., ibid., 2004RAHUL NARAYAN CHAUDHARIB. Eng. , University of Pune, India, 200I'WITH HONORSANAND CHAVALIB. Eng. , University of Mumbai, India, 200IS.M., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2003VENKATA ANAND KUMAR CHAVALIB.Eng., Andhra University, Waitair, India, 2000TONG CHENB.Econ., University of International Business and Economics, Beijing,China, 2002S.M., Michigan State University, 2006SATISHNATH CHENNAREDDYB. Tech., Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur, India, 2000S.M., University of Texas at Tyler, 2004CHARLES AUSTIN COOPERS.B., University of Cincinnati, I995S.M., ibid., 200IPh.D., ibid., 2003TERRENCE PATRICK COYNES.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009S.M., ibid., 2009DOLAUR LIBERTE CROZON CAZIN CABOUPEMast., Uniuersite de Paris VII (Denis Diderot), France, I990 JIAYUE CUIS.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2004S.M., University of Chicago, 2005Ph.D., ibid., 2009'WITH HONORSJARED RAMESH DANARAJB.Sc., National University of Singapore, Singapore, I997B.Sc.(Hons), ibid., I998M.Sc., ibid., 2000KISHORE K. DANDUB. Tech., Nagarajuna University, Guntur, India, I993M. c.s., University of Texas at Arlington, I995WILL MARTIN DARDANIA.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2003ALI ESMAIL DASHTIS.B., University of the Pacific, I990S.M., University of Southern California, I993Ph.D., ibid., I999CRISTIAN GOMES DA SILVABacb., Pontificia Uniuersidade Catolica de Sao Paulo, Brazil, I996S.B., ibid., 2000M.B.A., Uniuersidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2007RAJU V. DATLAB. Tech., Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, India, I990Dipl., National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Bombay, India, I992SARAH ELISE DE RUNTZS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007'WITH HONORSSAMEER S. DESHMUKHBiEng., Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India, I998S.M., Eastern Michigan University, 2002LOUIS CHARLES DEVALEIXS.B., Tulane University, 2003ERIK DIERB.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008JOSEPH CHRISTIAN DINARDOS.B., Boston University, 2007PETER MACLAURIN DOBSON IIS.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2007JACK STEVEN DOIGS.B., Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 2003LAUREN ANNE DOIGS.B., Marquette University, 2003BRADLEY PAUL DONAHUEA.B., Lake Forest College, 2008M. IMRAN DOTANIA.B., Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan, I99IB.Med., University of Peshawar, Pakistan, I993B.Sc., ibid., I993JAN DRAHOTABach., Vysokd Skola Ekonomickd v Praze, Prague, Czech Republic, I998'WITH HONORSNATALIA DROZDOVAB.Eng., Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia, 2005Dipl., ibid., 2007Kand., Russina Mendeleeu 's University of Chemical Technology,Moscow, Russia, 20I4IITHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONDARREN KARL D'SOUZAB.Sc., University of New South Wales, Kensington, Australia, I996M.Fin., Securities Institute ofAustralia, Sydney, New South Wales,Australia, 2004DANIEL LEO DUFRESNES.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, I996NITHIN DUTTB.Eng., Bangalore University, India, 200IS.M., Clemson University, 2004HUEY JIUAN EARCHRISTOPHER JOHN EHLEYA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007MARINE PASCALE EHRLICHB.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007MUHAMMAD SHARIF ELATABA.B., Dartmouth College, 2009BASSEL MOHAMED WAGDY ELAWAB. Com., Ein Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, I999PAUL RICHARD ELOWEA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2003Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 2008'WITH HIGH HONORSFIORELLA RAQUEL ESCALANTE CANOBacb., Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima, 2005AAMIR AHMED FARUQUIB.Med., Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan, I99IB.Sc., ibid., I99ILEE IRA FEDERA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006S.B., ibid., 2008MARCEL BRUNO FEHRDipl., Hobere Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungsschule Olten, Switzerland, I996M.Sc., Uniuersitdt Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008M.A.S., ibid., 20I3LUIGI FERRARALaurea, Uniuersita degli Studi di Palermo, Italy, I990ARNSTEIN PETER FJELDB.Sc. (Hons), University of Salford, England, United Kingdom, 200IM.Sc., University of London, England, United Kingdom, 2002'WITH HIGH HONORSDEREK MICHAEL FLOYDS.B., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2005ANDREW JAMES FOERDERERB.M.E., University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 2000NICHOLAS FOSTERASB.Sc., University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, I992'WITH HONORSMARK JEFFREY FRANKELB.B.A., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2003'WITH HONORSSTEVEN KNER FRENKELA.B., Macalester College, I99IM.P.P., University of California, Berkeley, 2000IRINA FRIDMANA.B., Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Isreal, 200912 ANDREW DAVID GAGLEA.B., DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 2005KENNETH GARCIAIng., Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey,Mexico, 2007NAVENDU GARGB. Tech., University of Delhi, New Delhi, India, 200IS.M., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2007KONSTANTIN GIANTIROGLOUDipl., Zurcher Habere Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungsshule Winterhur,Switzerland, I998'WITH HONORSYOUNGHAGOA.B., Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea, 2000WEI-PING GOHB.Med., National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2002B.Sc., ibid., 2002ALEXANDRA KOKOVINA GOODWINDip!', St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia, I996S.M., Louisiana State University and Agricultural and MechanicalCollege, 2003SUMANTH GOPALB.Eng., Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bangalore, India, 2003ABHINAV GOYALB. Eng. , University of Rajasthan, [aipur, India, 2000ASHISH GOYALB. Eng. , University of Pune, India, 2000RAJU GOYALB.Sc., Agra University, India, I984M.Sc., ibid., I986Dip!', Awadhesh Pratap Singh University, Rewa, India, I992JESSE GRAFFA.B., Michigan State University, 2005JOSEPH LAMAR GREERS.B., University of Oregon, I995MATTHEW W. GRIFFITHB.B.A., University of Iowa, 2006CHRISTIAN CHARLES GRIMMS.B., Boston University, 2000'WITH HIGH HONORSMICHAEL LAWRENCE GUIDOS.B., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2007'WITH HONORSYALCIN GUNGORENA.B., KOf Unioersitesi, Istanbul, Turkey, 2009DINESH GUPTAB.Eng., Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India, 2000M. Tecb., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India, 200IADAM RUSSELL HALLS.B., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 20IISTEPHANIE KATE HANOUS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2009ULADZISLAU HERCHYKAUDipl., Belarusian State Economic University, Minsk, Belarus, I997RUBEM HERZOGEng., Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Silo Paulo, Brazil, 200IJOHN THOMAS HICKEY IIIA.B., Georgetown University, 2006ANNE WHITING HICKMANA.B., Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSSHAMUS MICHAEL HINESA.B., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2005·WITH HONORSERIC DAVID HIRSCHA.B., University of Maryland at College Park, 2003TIANYEE HOA.B., Polytechnic of Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom, I976BRIAN DEAN HOGANB.B.A., Drake University, 2004·WITH HONORSJERRY HOGANS.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, I982·WITH HONORSBRENT THOMAS HOVLANDA.B., Wheaton College, Illinois, 2004SZE NGA HUIB.B.A., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon, 2002A.M., Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2006HYDER HUSSAINB.Eng., Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, I996S.M., Ohio University, Athens, I998MUSHTAQ HUSSAINB.I.E., University of Kerala, Trioandrum, India, 2000HEATHER RENEE HUTTONS.B., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2006KALOYAN TONEV IKONOMOVB.B.A., University of Kent at Canterbury, England, United Kingdom,2000GUY NICOLAS INGRAMB.A. (Hons), University of Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 2005PREM IYERYIWEI JIANGB.B.A., University of Iowa, 2008·WITH HONORSKAI MICHAEL JOHNA.B., University of Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 2000A.M., ibid., 2006RONA ISLAY JOHNSONA.B., Michigan State University, 2002RAJESH KUMAR JOSHIB. Tech., University of Calicut, Malappuram, India, I996VENKATESH KALIPIB.Eng., Bangalore University, India, I99IS.M., University of South Florida, I995RAJSHEKAR KAMATHB.Eng., Manipal Institute of Technology, India, 2000SHIVAPHANIK.KAPAVARAPUB.Eng., [au/abarlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India, 2004S.M., University of Texas at Austin, 2005 ISHAAN KAPOORB.A. (Hons), University of Delhi, New Delhi, India, 2003S.M., University of Houston-University Park, 2005·WITH HONORSJACLYN ANN KARELS.B., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2007DMITRY KATIEVDipl., Moscow State Academy ofAutomobile and AgrimotorEngineering, Russia, I997ISSEY GREGORY KATOS.B., Duke University, 2007JOANNA JEAN KAULS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006RAHUL KAULB.A.Sc., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore, I999Dip!', Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore, 2003MELISSA ANN KEARNEYB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, I997PATRICK ROBERT KENNAA.B., Bates College, 2007ABDUZHEBAR USEINOVICH KHALILOVDipl., Moscow Cooperation Institute, Russia, I993Dipl., Moscow State Law Academy, Russia, I997SHASHANK KHANNAB. Tech., Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information andCommunication Technology, Gandhinagar, India, 2005M.I. T., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2007HAJIN KIMA.B., Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 2005·WITH HONORSJONG HOON KIMB.I.S., Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia, 2003CHRISTOPHER LEE KINONENS.B., Colorado State University, I996M.D., Rush University, 2005PHILIPP KLAEYDip!', Zurcher Fachhochschule, Zurich, Switzerland, 2004·WITH HONORSSTEPHANIE LYNNE KLEINS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006·WITH HIGH HONORSJENNIFER KNIPPERS.B., University of Miami, 2003KRISHNA CHAITANYA KONKIMALLAB.Eng. (Hons), Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, 2007BOGDAN KONSURS.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, I994S.M., ibid., I997VALENTIN KORCHUNOVDipl., St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia, 2005KATARZYNA KORNASIEWICZMast., Akademia Leona Kozminskego, Warsaw, Poland, 2005M.Sc., University of London, England, United Kingdom, 20IO·WITH HONORSMARIA ALEXANDROVNA KRASNIKOVADip!', M. V Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, 2000Mast., ibid., 2003I3THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONS B., Rutgers, The State University of New jersey, New Brunswick, I997SM., New jersey City University, 20I2ALEXANDER LEON KRONICK ANDREY LYALKOB.B.A., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2007'WITH HONORSMASAHIRO KUMAKURAB. Eng. , Waseda University, Tokyo, japan, 200IM.E.S, University of Tokyo, japan, 2003NISHANT KUMARS.B., Dayalbagh Educational Institute, India, 2000AGNIESZKA MARIA KWIECIEN-JANIECA.B., Northwestern University, 2008KARIM LADHAA.B., University of Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 2006'WITH HIGH HONORSSCOTT MICHAEL LANCTOTSB., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007HORACIO ARTURO LARIOS, JR.S.B., University of Arizona, 2000PETE LEES.B., DeVry Institute of Technology, Phoenix, Arizona, 20IIZHI ZHANG LEEB. Com., University ofAdelaide, South Australia, Australia, 2000BUDIRAHARJO LEGOWOB.Eng., Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, I997'WITH HONORSNIKOLAY LEMANDipl., State Academy of Management, Moscow, Russia, 2003THOMAS C. LEWANDOWSKIS.B., Creighton University, 2004JIN LIB.Eng., Beijing Union University, China, 2004M.IL, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2007XIAO LIB.Econ., Beijing Technology and Business University, China, 2002ZHIJUN LIB.Eng., South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, I999M.Eng., ibid., 2002Ph.D., National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2006'WITH HIGH HONORSSHENGHUI LIMBiAcct., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore, 2003MICHAEL CHUNG-CHEN LINA.B., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, I999DARWIN LINGS.B., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, I988S.M., ibid., I990'WITH HONORSBETH A. LINNA.B., University of Pennsylvania, I999SERGEY EDUARDOVICH LISNEVSKIYDipl., Bauman Moscow State University, Russia, I999M.B.A., State University-Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, 2006VLADIMIR LOKTIONOVDipl., St. Petersburg State University, Russia, 2000Kand., ibid., 200314 WILLIAM THOMAS MACFADDENSB., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005HOW SOON MAHBiAcct., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore, I997CHRISTOPH MAHLERLie., Uniuersitdt Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 200IMast., Zurcher Fachhocbschule, Zurich, Switzerland, 2005'WITH HONORSHARSHAVARDHAN MAJETIB.Eng., Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, I999SM., Texas A&M University, College Station, 200IPRITHA MAJUMDERSB., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008MAXIM MARCHEVSKYS.B., Northwestern University, 20IOMATTHEW ALBERT MAYS.B., United States Military Academy, 2004JAMES PATRICK MCCAFFREYSB., Michigan State University, 2005BIJU PRABHAKARAN MENONB. Eng. , University of Mumbai, India, 200ISM., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2004'WITH HIGH HONORSANDRIUS MINICIUSB.Sc., Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia, 2006'WITH HONORSANADI MISRAB. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India, 2004M.Eng., University of Florida, 2006WILLIAM FRANCIS MOELLERS.B., Santa Clara University, 2008MEAGHAN ELIZABETH MOONEYB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2008HITOYA MOTONOA.B., Waseda University, Tokyo, japan, 2006MENSUR MUHAMEDAGICA.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2008CRAIG JOSEPH MURPHYB. Eng. , Vanderbilt University, 2007MARCELO MENNA BARRETO MUSSOIEng., Uniuersidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil, I998YAPENG NANB.Econ., Renmin University of China, Beijing, I999'WITH HONORSMARIAM NANTAMBIA.B., Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, I999COLLIN D. NASHA.B., Augsburg College, 2004WALTER ALBERT NASHERT IVSB., Iowa State University of Science and Technology, 2003ADITI MAYUR NAYAKA.B., University of Mumbai, India, 2000S.M., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2003JEFFREY CHENG MING NGB.Sc. (Hons), University of London, England, United Kingdom, 2000·WITH HONORSRONNIE KWEE HONG NGB.Eng. (Hons), University of Birmingham, England, United Kingdom, I99IDipl., Marketing Institute of Singapore, Singapore, I99SM.B.A., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore, I998DAN NGUYENA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2007TERESA NGUYENS.B., Saint Louis University, 2003DEREK JOSEPH NIEDZWIECKIS.B., Kettering University, 2006ANTHONY LAWRENCE NORMANS.B., Grambling State University, I986AZAT NUGUMANOVSB., Montclair State University, 2006DANIEL JUSTIN NYHANS.B., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2008HIROSHI OKURAB.Eng., Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, 2003M. Eng. , ibid., 2006JOSHUA THOMAS OLESONS.B., Michigan State University, 2004LAUREN ELIZABETH OLSONS.B., University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus, 2006MATTHEW KENNETH PAIGEA.B., Columbia University, New York City, New York, I999·WITH HONORSABHISHEK PAKHlRASB., Central Missouri State University, 2004S.M., ibid., 2006BRIAN ROBERT PAPLASKIS.B., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2009JONATHAN SANG HO PARKS.B., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2006·WITH HONORSSTEVEN PASALICHSB., Indiana University Bloomington, 2003ANKEET A. PATELS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007·WITH HONORSTEJAS PATELB.Med., Maharaja Sayajirau University of Baroda, India, I996B.Sc., ibid., I996M.PH., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2005SANTHOSH B. PATILB.Eng., Sri [ayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore, India, I998LUKE GERARD PEACOCKEA.B., Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 2000B. Com. (Hons), ibid., 2000 MATTHEW PFAUSB., Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, 2006S.M., University of Notre Dame, 2007SUSHILEN PILLAYMaitrise, Uniuersite de Paris IX (Paris-Dauphine), France, 2002AMIT PRAKASHB. Tech. (Hons), Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, I998·WITH HONORSSANTOSH PRASADS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006SARAH NICOLE PRESSA.B., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008KUNAL VIJAY PURlB.Eng., Shiuaji University, Kolhapur, India, 2000ARUN RAMAMOORTHYA.B., University of Madras, India, I993A.M., University of Hyderabad, India, I996M. CA., Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India, 2003KARTHIK KULANDA RAMASWAMYB.Eng., Dharmsinb Desai Institute of Technology, Nadiad, India, I997S.M., University of Missouri-Rolla, 2000·WITH HONORSVIVEK RAMDEVSB., Columbia University, New York City, New York, 2003·WITH HONORSSRIVIDYA RAM KUMARB.Eng. (Hons), Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, I998M.Sc., ibid., I998SANDEEP DIPAK RANDERYB. Eng. , University of Pune, India, I996S.M., Louisiana State University and Agricultural and MechanicalCollege, I999·WITH HIGH HONORSTIMOTHY RASCHUKS.B., Carnegie Mellon University, 20IODANIEL S. REZKOS B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IOCRAIG JAMES RICHARDSONSB., United States Naval Academy, 2004SM., Naval Postgraduate School, 20IINATHAN RIGGLES.B., Creighton University, 2009NATHANIEL JOSEPH ROBERTSA.B., University of Chicago, 2007PETER ROLANDSB., Quinnipiac College, 2006ROBERT DANIEL ROTCHADLSB., University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 2006RUDYLL.B., University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, I998PARIJAT SAHAIM.Sc., Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kalyanpur, India, I996ANTHONY JOHN SALADINO, JR.S.B., California State University, Long Beach, 2000SM., University of Virginia, 2002THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 522ND CONVOCATIONNATALIE YARMITS.B., Northwestern University, 2003FEYZULLAH YEGINB.Sc., Bilkent Uniuersitesi, Ankara, Turkey, 2002M.Sc., istanbul Bilgi Uniuersitesi, Turkey, 2007·WITH HONORSEVELYN WAN KHEE YEOB.Acct., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore, I997ALEXIS BENJAMIN CANTO RIA ZARAGOZA IIIB.Acct., De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, 2002·WITH HONORSSTRAHINJA ZARKOVICB.Sc., University of Bristol, England, United Kingdom, 2004M. Sc. , University of London, England, United Kingdom, 2005·WITH HONORSISLAM OSAMA ZEKRYB. Com., Benba Uniuersty, Cairo, Egypt, I998M.B.A., Arab Academy for Science, Technology and MaritimeTransport, Alexandria, Egypt, 2006 TING ZENGS.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2006M.Eng., Rochester Institute of Technology, 2008YIJUN ZHANGA.B., Shanghai International Studies University, China, 2004·WITH HONORSYAN ZHAOB.Eng., China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, I993M.Mgmt., ibid., I999S.M., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006ILYA VLADIMIROVICH ZHOLOBOVDipl., Urals State Technical University, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 2002VLADIMIR ZIMOVTSEVB. Com., Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia, 2003Dipl., ibid., 2004M.Econ., ibid., 2006M.Sc., Uniuersite Robert Schuman, Strasbourg, France, 2006Kand., Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia, 20IIFor the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophyWILLIAM MINSEUK CHAA.B., University of Chicago, 2008M.B.A., ibid., 20I4DISSERTATION: Food Purchases during the Great Recession RAEGAN J. TENNANTA.B., Harvard University, 2004DISSERTATION: Three New Approaches to Prescriptive DecisionMaking: An Essay and Three Empirical PapersIX. IN THE DIVINITY SCHOOLFor the Degree of Master of DivinityERIKA DORNFELDS.B. Pacific Lutheran University, 2009For the Degree ofMaster ofArtsMATTHEW ALEXANDER CUDAA.B., University of Portland, Oregon, 2009 MOHAMMED ADNAN KHALIDA.B., University of Washington, Bothell, 20I3For the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophySTEPHANIE A. FRANKA.B., Williams College, 200IM.Phil., University of Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 2003DISSERTATION: Secularity in Durkbeim s and Mauss' Imaginings ofSociality and SOCiology18X. IN THE IRVING B. HARRIS GRADUATE SCHOOLOF PUBLIC POLICY STUDIESFor the Degree ofMaster ofArtsADAM PARKER LEISINGS.B., University of California, San Diego, 2000M. Phil. , University of Cambridge, England, United Kingdom, 2005Ph.D., Stanford University, 20I4 BOLONG SONGB.Econ. Wuhan University, China, 20I2S.M., University of Chicago, 20I5XI. IN THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONFor the Degree of Doctor of PhilosophyJESSICA HUTCHISON DARROWA.B., University of Chicago, 2005A.M., ibid., 2007DISSERTATION: The Politics and Implementation ofu.s. Refugee Resettlement Policy: A Street-Level Analysis19THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 522ND CONVOCATIONTHE ALMA MATER(Please Stand)Music:EUSTASIO ROSALES AND MACK EVANSArranged byJAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirJAMES KALLEMBACHCONDUCTORText: Edwin H. Lewis, Ph.D., 1894,�! J IJ. Jl J J IJ J J J If' Jl FTI IFl f JTo - day we glad - ly sing the praise of her whose daugh- ters and whose sons Now,� 1":'1r Jl J J I J. , J J IJ. V J 1 Ii ] J Jloy al voi - ces proud - ly raise to bless her with our be ni - sons. Of,� J. Js, J J IJ. 0 J J IJ. Js, J J IJ. -0 J Jall fair mo - thers fair - est she, most wise of all that wis - est be, most,� FJ 1£3 IF] 1":'1J. Js, J 't Ir f J J Js, IJ.true of all the true say we, is our dear Al- rna Ma ter. II--ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITYROBERT J. ZIMMERMUSICAL FINALESOUND THE TRUMPETComposed byHENRY PURCELLArranged byJAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirJAMES KALLEMBACHCONDUCTORCLOSING WORDSCATHERINE C. BAUMANNMARSHAL OF THE UNIVERSITYTRUMPET FLOURISHMillar Brass Ensemble20THE RECESSIONAL(Please stand)Toccata from SYMPHONY NUMBER 5Composed byCHARLES-MARIE WIDORTHOMAS WEISFLOGUNIVERSITY ORGANISTTHE CONVOCATION RECESSIONALThe Flag BearersThe Marshal of the UniversityThe President of the UniversityThe Provost of the UniversityThe Faculty SpeakerThe Trustees and Officers of the UniversityThe DeansThe Vice-MarshalThe Faculty of the UniversityThe GraduatesThe Student MarshalsSWINGING PEALWYLIE CRAWFORDUNIVERSITY CARILLONNEURTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MOTET CHOIRMembers of the University ChoirsJAMES KALLEMBACHDIRECTORMUSICIANSWYLIE CRAWFORDUNIVERSITY CARILLONNEURTHOMAS WEISFLOGUNIVERSITY ORGANISTMillar Brass EnsembleMATT LEEDIRECTOR--2ITHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 522ND CONVOCATIONROCKEFELLER MEMORIAL CHAPELORGAN AND CARILLONTHE ORGANBuilt with the Chapel itself in 1928, RockefellerMemorial Chapel's regal organ is one of four Universityorgans of the American organ-builder E. M. Skinner(the others being at Yale, Princeton, and Michigan).These organs are considered among the finest examplesof twentieth-century romantic organs built in America.On November I, 1928, Rockefeller's organ, Opus634, was unveiled at a recital by Lynnwood Farnam,reportedly to a crowd of over 2,500 admirers.In the Rockefeller organ, Skinner fully investedhis genius for realizing a full orchestral sound,with a complete collection of voices and manysoft ethereal effects. Many of the large pipe scales,which are necessary to achieve a full sound ina building the size of the Chapel, are no longerbuilt and thus cannot be found in contemporaryorgans. The original Chapel organ included fourmanuals and had 6,610 organ pipes in 108 ranks;since its 2008 restoration, it now has 8,565 pipesin 132 ranks. The organ's bay of pipes, located inthe Chapel chancel, is a work of art in itself andis an integral element of the interior architectureof Rockefeller. In addition to the chancel organlocated at the front of the Chapel, Skinner installeda gallery organ in the upper balcony of the Chapel,to accompany the gallery choir. The organs can beplayed independently or as one, using either console.22 THE CARILLONThe Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Carillonwas installed during the summer of 1932, a year afterits sister instrument at Riverside Church in New YorkCity, and was dedicated at Thanksgiving that year.Both carillons are the masterworks of the Gillett &Johnston bell foundry of Croydon, England. Carillonsof this size had never before been built and have notbeen constructed since. The Chicago instrument,comprised of 72 bells and 100 tons of bronze, is thesingle largest musical instrument ever assembled. Itsbells were cast over a three-year period and includea massive 18.5-ton bourdon sounding a low C#.Since carefully tuned carillon bells of this size hadnever been created, the design consultant, FrederickMayer (organist and choirmaster at West Point), tookthe ground-breaking step of placing the fourteenlargest bells below the playing cabin so that the soundof these bells would not deafen the performer to thesmaller bells. Similarly, he laid out these 58 smallerbells so that the tiniest of them would be directlyabove the cabin, with the larger ones higher in thetower. He also placed trapdoors in the roof of thecabin, thus providing the carillonneur with a balancedsound. In the 1960s, several changes were made to theinstallation and a major restoration of this instrumentwas undertaken from 2006-08. Today, the layout ofbells favors the audience rather than the carillonneur.--ACADEMIC DRESSThe robes worn by participants in academic ceremoniesoriginated when European universities were beingformed in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Sincemany of the instructors came from religious orders andtaught in unheated and drafty buildings, they adaptedtheir religious robes for use as the university attire.The long robe with an attached cape or hood becamethe standard and variation in the costume indicatedthe rank of the person wearing it. They were wornevery day and served to distinguish scholars and theirstudents from other citizens. The apparel worn byuniversity faculty that is seen in old engravings isremarkably similar to that which is worn today. Thegown is a symbol of the democracy of scholarshipsince it covers any clothing indicating other rankor status. While everyday fashions have changed,universities retained the earlier style for formalattire to be worn by students, graduates, faculty,and university officials on ceremonial occasions.European universities each developed their ownstyles and colors of academic dress, and some of thedifferences seen in the academic procession todayillustrate that variety. In the United States, however,an intercollegiate congress in r895 agreed on a singlestandard for academic dress in this country thathas been adopted by most American colleges anduniversities. Individuals with bachelor's degrees wear a black gown, which has long pointed sleeves.The gown of master's degree holders is also black,with sleeves that are squared at the end. Doctor'sgowns are fuller with velvet facings down the frontand three bars on the generous bell-shaped sleeves.While the usual color is black, within the past halfcentury some American universities have adoptedgowns of a color appropriate for each school; at theUniversity of Chicago our doctoral gown is maroon.The cape of the earliest academic costumeshas become a hood, worn, by individuals withdoctoral degrees, over the shoulders and hangingbehind. The lining of the hood is folded out andits colors indicate the school from which thewearer obtained his or her degree. The velvetborder designates the degree area of study (whitefor arts, yellow for science, blue for philosophy,drab for business, green for medicine, purple forlaw, and red for divinity). University of Chicagohonorary degree recipients receive a hood with awhite facing (doctor of humane letters), purple(doctor of laws), or yellow (doctor of science).The first right of a freed Roman slave was theprivilege of wearing a cap, so the academic cap isthe sign of the freedom of scholarship. Althoughthe flat square cap or mortarboard is most usual,Chicago's doctoral cap is an octagonal tam of velvet.--23THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 522ND CONVOCATIONTHE MARSHAL AND THE STUDENT MARSHALSThe office of Marshal of the University wasestablished in I895 to assist with the conduct ofofficial ceremonies. Until I903 the Marshal was anundergraduate upperclassman, assisted by otherundergraduate upperclassmen and by membersof the faculty. Since I903 the Marshal has been amember of the faculty, assisted by other members ofthe faculty and by undergraduate upperclassmen.The Marshal, Vice-Marshal, and Assistant Marshalsof the University of Chicago wear maroon doctor'srobes with alternating black velvet and gold metallic bars on the sleeves. Prior to receiving their bachelor'sdegrees, Student Marshals wear maroon bachelor'srobes with maroon mortarboards. When receivingtheir degrees, they wear black mortarboards.Student Marshals are appointed by the President ofthe University in recognition of their outstandingscholarship and engagement in the Universitycommunity. Appointment as a Student Marshalis among the highest honors conferred by theUniversity upon undergraduate students.MARSHALCATHERINE C. BAUMANNVICE-MARSHALDAVID LARUE CRABBANDREW DAVISHELMA DIKRACHEL FULTON BROWNG IULIA GALLIRICHARD HELMHOLZ ASSISTANT MARSHALSWILLIAM HOWELLPATRICK LA RIVIEREJENNIFER MOSLEYMICHAEL SILVERSTEINRONALD A. THISTED CHRISTINA VON NOLCKENCHRISTIAN K. WEDEMEYERPETER WHITESTUDENT MARSHALS2014-2015RAFAEL MEGHANI ABRAMOVITZ ALEXANDER JOSEPH DUNLAP NICHOLAS WOLF PARKERNADIA KATHRYN ALHADI RINA SILLER FRIEDBERG MARGEAUX ALLISON PERKINSYUSEF ASIDEGG AL- JARANI MELISSA NICOLE GATTER MORGANE RICHER LA FLECHENICHOLAS BRASTINS BARNES JANE E. GORDON MICHAEL FABER ROSENBAUMCLAIRE MARIE BAUMER ANDREA KARINA HAIDAR LIANNE RUOLAN SEYFERTHAVA BENEZRA MAGDALENA DEYANOVA NANOVA DAMINI SHARMAJOHN PAUL BLIAMPTIS ANASTASIA GALINA KAISER NA EUN SHINAMANDA LEIGH BLOCK DAKE JUNGMO KANG ERIN MARY SIMPSONSIMONE T. BONAPARTE MATTHEW SCOTT KELLNER EMILY NICOLE TIXIERELVIN BORA JI YEON KIM ASHLEY C. TRANHOPE LOUISE BRETSCHER JANEY JAE-EUN LEE JENNIFER JEAN UEHLINGJONATHON JAMES CATLIN SCOTT CHARLES LORING AUSTIN WILLIAM WARDLOK TSING ENOCH CHAN PRESTON MAcKENZIE LUONG LINDSAY EMILY WARRENJEANNE GERMAINE CHAUFFOUR NISSA WAN-YING MAl DEREK PERSEUS WONGCHUN HO CHOW SPENCER PERKINS McAVOY HONGYANG XIAOTAYLOR CARL COPLEN MALLORY CAITLYN MORSE BOSI ZHANGMELINA EVELYN DE BONA NIKHITHA MURALI HAYLEY JESSICA ZULLOW24 --THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOThe University of Chicago was founded in 1890by John D. Rockefeller, biblical scholar WilliamRainey Harper, and Chicago-area Baptists. TheUniversity's Articles of Incorporation commit theinstitution to excellence in both undergraduateand graduate education, an explicit policy of co­education, and an atmosphere of non-sectarianism.Harper agreed to become the first president of theUniversity on the condition that he be allowedto establish a university that would be unlike anyother. He conceived of a university that wouldemphasize the creation of new knowledge and"make the work of investigation primary." To thisend, the University has always been dedicatedto excellence in research and has sought themost distinguished scholars for its faculty.Over the years, the University and its faculty havehad a major impact on American higher education.Faculty scholarship has shaped several essentialdisciplines and established important and distinctive"Chicago schools" in such disparate fields aseconomics, evolutionary biology, sociology, literarycriticism, anthropology, and law and economics.More than eighty Nobel laureates have beenmembers of the faculty, researchers, or students atthe University. Programmatic innovations originatingat the University include the invention of the four­quarter system, the establishment of a coherentprogram of general education for undergraduates,the initiation of a full-time medical school teachingfaculty, and the development of extension coursesand programs in the liberal arts for adults. The University includes an undergraduate College,the William B. and Catherine V. Graham School ofContinuing Liberal and Professional Studies, fourgraduate divisions (Biological Sciences, Humanities,Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences), six graduateprofessional schools (Divinity School, Law School,Pritzker School of Medicine, Irving B. Harris GraduateSchool of Public Policy Studies, School of SocialService Administration, and the University of ChicagoBooth School of Business), the Institute for MolecularEngineering, and a diverse collection of academicsupport units and resources, including libraries, researchinstitutes, clinics, museums, theaters, and a universitypress. The University has more than 2,200 faculty andother academic personnel, and an enrollment of over15,000 students. The zry-acre campus is located alongthe Midway Plaisance in Hyde Park, a residentialcommunity on Lake Michigan south of Chicago's Loop.The University's English Collegiate Gothic buildings,built of gray Indiana limestone, were designed to frameshady, green quadrangles. Contemporary campusbuildings have been designed in keeping with theoriginal Gothic theme while drawing from the traditionof great modern architecture for which the city ofChicago is famous. Eero Saarinen and Ludwig Miesvan der Rohe designed striking buildings for the LawSchool and the School of Social Service Administration.The National Trust for Historic Preservation praised theUniversity for its insistence on architectural continuityover "a century of social and academic change."On July I, 2006, Robert J. Zimmer becamethe University's thirteenth president.--25