THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHE FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-THIRDCONVOCATIONSPRING QUARTERTWO THOUSAND AND FIFTEENRRExp LD941 c.4University of ChicagoThe ... convocationnO.523 2015 SprBib: 215102 Hold: 142236 Rec'd: 3/30/2017THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONTABLE OF CONTENTSThe Five Hundred Twenty-Third ConvocationThe University of Chicago Page iiiThe Traditions of Convocation Page ivOverview of the Day Page viThe Five Hundred Twenty-Third Convocation Page IThe Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of Medicine Page 9Page 14The Division of the HumanitiesThe Division of the Physical Sciences Page 21The Division of the Social Sciences Page 28The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Page 35The Divinity SchoolThe William B. and Catherine V. Graham School ofContinuing Liberal and Professional Studies Page 51The Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies Page 54The Law School Page 60The School of Social Service Administration Page 66The College Page 72The Award of Honors Page 93The Alma mater Page 114THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOThe University of Chicago was founded in 1890 byJohn D. Rockefeller, biblical scholar William RaineyHarper, and Chicago-area Baptists. The University'sArticles of Incorporation commit the institutionto excellence in both undergraduate and graduateeducation, an explicit policy of co-education, and anatmosphere of non-sectarianism.Harper agreed to become the first president of theUniversity on the condition that he be allowed toestablish a university that would be unlike any other.He conceived of a university that would emphasizethe creation of new knowledge and "make the work ofinvestigation primary." To this end, the University hasalways been dedicated to excellence in research and hassought the most 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 at theUniversity. Programmatic innovations originating atthe 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, 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 toframe shady, green quadrangles. Contemporarycampus buildings have been designed in keeping withthe original Gothic theme while drawing from thetradition of great modern architecture for which thecity of Chicago is famous. Eero Saarinen and LudwigMies van der Rohe designed striking buildings forthe Law School and the School of Social ServiceAdministration. The National Trust for HistoricPreservation praised the University for its insistenceon architectural continuity over "a century of socialand academic change."On July I, 2006, Robert J. Zimmer became theUniversity's thirteenth president.THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONTHE TRADITIONS OF CONVOCATIONneither a new beginning nor a termination. Although for degreecandidates it may be a rite of passage, the ceremony focuses oncontinuity in the search for knowledge.At the first convocation, the University's first president,William Rainey Harper, told those present that the ceremonywas intended "to bind together into a unity the many complexand diverging forms of activity which constitute our universitylife and work." Convocation addresses consistently focus onthe pursuit of knowledge and the power of ideas.ABOUT CONVOCATIONThe University of Chicago confers degrees, in a ceremonywe call convocation, at the end of each quarter, allowingstudents to receive their degrees immediately upon successfulcompletion of the requirements of their academic programs.Convocations are also held to inaugurate University presidentsor to celebrate milestones in the University's history.Literally a "calling together," the University's convocationassembles all elements of the University community: studentsand degree candidates, their family, the faculty, friends of thecandidates and friends of the University, the Officers of theCorporation, the Trustees of the University, the Provost, andthe President.It is significant that the University of Chicago has always referredto these occasions as convocations rather than as "commencementexercises" or "graduation ceremonies." Receiving a degree marks The procession to the convocation ceremony site is typicallyled by the University's own bagpipe band. The members wearkilts made from a specially designed and woven Universitytartan. The band plays at the four convocations each year andat the alumni convocation during alumni weekend.squared at the end. Doctor's gowns are fuller with velvetfacings down the front and three bars on the bell-shapedsleeves. While the usual color is black, some Americanuniversities have adopted gowns of a color appropriate for eachschool; the University of Chicago's doctoral gown is maroon.The cape of the earliest academic costumes has become a hood,worn, by individuals with doctoral degrees, over the shouldersand hanging behind. The lining of the hood is folded out andits colors indicate the school from which the wearer obtainedhis or her degree. The velvet border designates the degree areaof study (white for arts, yellow for science, blue for philosophy,drab for business, green for medicine, purple for law, and redfor divinity). University of Chicago honorary degree recipientsreceive a hood with facing in white (doctor of humane letters),purple (doctor oflaws), or yellow (doctor of science).The first right of a freed Roman slave was the privilege ofwearing a cap, so the academic cap is the sign of the freedomof scholarship. Although the flat square cap or mortarboardis most usual, the University of Chicago's doctoral cap is anoctagonal tam of velvet.ACADEMIC DRESSThe robes worn by participants in academic ceremoniesoriginated when European universities were being formedin the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Since many of theinstructors came from religious orders and taught in unheatedand drafty buildings, they adapted their religious robes for useas the university attire.The long robe with an attached cape or hood became thestandard, and variation in the costume indicated the rank ofthe person wearing it. They were worn every day and servedto distinguish scholars and their students from other citizens.The apparel worn by university faculty seen in old engravingsis remarkably similar to that worn today. The gown is a symbolof the democracy of scholarship since it covers any clothingindicating other rank or status. While everyday fashionschanged, universities retained the earlier style for formal attireto be worn by students, graduates, faculty, and universityofficials on ceremonial occasions.European universities each developed their own styles ofacademic dress, and the academic procession today illustratessome of that variety. In the United States, however, anintercollegiate congress in r895 agreed on a single standardfor academic dress that has been adopted by most Americancolleges and universities. Individuals with bachelor's degreeswear a black gown with long pointed sleeves. The gown ofmaster's degree holders is also black, with sleeves that areivTHE TRADITIONS OF CONVOCATIONTHE MARSHAL AND THE STUDENT MARSHALSThe office of Marshal of the University was established in1895 to assist with the conduct of official ceremonies. Until1903 the Marshal was an undergraduate upperclassman,assisted by other undergraduate upperclassmen and bymembers of the faculty. Since 1903 the Marshal has beena member of the faculty, assisted by other members of thefaculty and by undergraduate upperclassmen.The Marshal, Vice-Marshal, and Assistant Marshals of theUniversity of Chicago wear maroon doctor's robes withT, ANDREW DAVISHELMADIKRACHEL FULTON BROWNGIULIA GALLIRAFAEL MEGHANI ABRAMOVITZNADIA KATHRYN ALHADIYUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANINICHOLAS BRASTINS BARNESCLAIRE MARIE BAUMERAVA BENEZRAJOHN PAUL BLIAMPTISAMANDA LEIGH BLOCKSIMONE TESHURA BONAPARTEELVIN BORA alternating black velvet and gold metallic bars on the sleeves.Prior to receiving their bachelor's degrees, Student Marshalswear maroon bachelor's robes with maroon mortarboards.When receiving their degrees, they wear black mortarboards.Student Marshals are appointed by the President of theUniversity in recognition of their excellent scholarship andleadership. Appointment as a Student Marshal is the highesthonor conferred by the University upon undergraduate students.MARSHALCATHERINE C. BAUMANNVICE-MARSHALDAVID LARUE CRABBASSISTANT MARSHALSRICHARD H. HELMHOLZWILLIAM G. HOWELLPATRICK LA RIVIERE JENNIFER MOSLEYMICHAEL SILVERSTEINRONALD A. THISTED CHRISTINA VON NOLCKENCHRISTIAN K. WEDEMEYERPETER WHITESTUDENT MARSHALS2014-2015JEANNE JULIANA GERMAINE MATTHEW SCOTT KELLNER LIANNE SEYFERTHCHAUFFOUR JI YEON KIM DAMINI SHARMACHUN HO CHOW JANEY JAE-EUN LEE NA EUN SHINTAYLOR CARL COPLEN SCOTT CHARLES HAUSER LORING ERIN MARY SIMPSONMELINA EVELYN DE BONA PRESTON MACKENZIE LUONG EMILY NICOLE TIXIERALEXANDER JOSEPH DUNLAP NISSA WANYING MAl ASHLEYC. 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At other ceremonies heldby the schools and divisions, degree candidates will be honored individually through the presentation ofdiplomas and/or hoods.Candidates assemble and attendees are seated.The 523rd convocation ceremony begins with the academic procession.11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Schools and divisions will hold individual events including lunches, receptions, and ceremonies atdifferent locations. Please see the section on your school or division for a schedule of events.viTHE FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-THIRDCONVOCATIONSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONUNIVERSITY CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESROBERT J. ZIMMERPresident of the University, PresidingPRELUDESWYLIE CRAWFORD, University CarillonneurThe Millar Brass EnsembleTHE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONCALL TO ORDERCATHERINE C. BAUMANNMarshal of the UniversityWELCOMEROBERT J. ZIMMERPresident of the UniversityTHE CONVOCATION ADDRESSWHY WE MAKE ARTSHULAMIT RANAndrew MacLeish Distinguished Service Professor,Department of Music; Artistic Director, ContempoANTHEMCOME YE SONS OF ARTComposed by HENRY PURCELLArranged by JAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirThe Millar Brass Ensemble2THE FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-THIRD CONVOCATIONTHE CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREESFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCERICHARD B. ALLEYEvan Pugh Professor of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State Universitypresented by DOUGLAS R. MAcAYEALProfessor, Department of the Geophysical Sciences and the CollegeFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCETITIA DE LANGELeon Hess Professor of Cell Biology and Genetics;Director of Anderson Center for Cancer Research, The Rockefeller Universitypresented by OLUFUNMILAYO 1. OLOPADEWalter L. Palmer Distinguished Service Professor, Departments of Medicine and Human Genetics;Associate Dean, Global Health; Director, Center for Clinical Cancer GeneticsFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERSANDREU MAS-COLELLProfessor, Department of Economics, Universitat Pompeu Fabrapresented by HUGO F. SONNENSCHEINDistinguished Service Professor Emeritus, Department of Economics and the College;President Emeritus and Honorary TrusteeFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCEPETER SARNAKProfessor, School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Studypresented by ALEX ESKINArthur Holly Compton Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Mathematics and the CollegeTHE CONFERRING OF THE ROSENBERGER MEDALASHLEY WHEATERArtistic Director, The Joffrey Balletpresented by DAVID J. LEVINAddie Clark Harding Professor, Departments of Germanic Studies, Cinema and Media Studies,and the College; Director, Richard and Mary L. Gray Center for the Arts and Inquiry•3THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONRECOGNITION OF PRIZES AND AWARDSERIC D. ISAACSProvost of the UniversityMUSICAL INTERLUDEPUISQUE TOUT PASSESince all is passing,Let us make a passing melody. Let us sing what leaves usWith love and art;The one that quenches our thirst Let us be quickerWill be right for us. Than the quick departure.Composed by PAUL HINDEMITHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirTHE CONFERRING OF ACADEMIC DEGREESCandidates for Degrees will be presented in order by degree in the following academic units:In the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of Medicineby DEAN KENNETH S. POLONSKYIn 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 KUMARIn the Divinity School by DEAN MARGARET M. MITCHELLIn the William B. and Catherine V. Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studiesby DEAN MARK R. NEMECIn the Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies by DEAN DANIEL DIERMEIERIn the Law School by DEAN MICHAEL H. SCHILLIn the School of Social Service Administration by DEAN OF STUDENTS CELIA M. BERGMANIn the College by DEAN JOHN W. BOYERTHE FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-THIRD CONVOCATIONTHE ALMA MATER(Please stand)Arranged by JAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirThe Millar Brass EnsembleADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITYROBERT J. ZIMMERMUSICAL FINALECONSECRATE THE PLACE AND DAYComposed by LLOYD PFAUTSCHArranged by JAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirCLOSING WORDSCATHERINE C. BAUMANNMarshal of the University5THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONTHE CONVOCATION SPEAKERSHULAMIT RANAndrew MacLeish Distinguished Service Professor,Department of Music; Artistic Director, ContempoSHULAMIT RAN is an internationally recognized composerwhose work has received most major honors awarded tocomposers in the United States, including the 1991 PulitzerPrize in musical composition, which she received for her work"Symphony."Many of the world's leading orchestras, including the ChicagoSymphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the PhiladelphiaOrchestra, the Israel Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic,and the American Composers Orchestra, have performed herwork. In addition to the Pulitzer Prize, she has received firstprize in the Kennedy Center-Friedheim Awards competitionfor orchestral music, two Guggenheim Foundation fellowships,grants and commissions from the National Endowment for theArts, the Koussevitzky Foundation at the Library of Congress,Chamber Music America, and more. While a member of the University's faculty, Professor Ranwas Composer-in-Residence with the Chicago SymphonyOrchestra from 1990 to 1997 and the Brena and Lee FreemanSr. Composer-in-Residence with the Lyric Opera of Chicagofrom 1994 to 1997, where she composed her first opera. Since2002 she has served as artistic director of Contempo, formerlyknown as the Contemporary Chamber Players of the Universityof Chicago.A native ofIsrael, Professor Ran came to the University ofChicago in 1973 after studying at the Mannes College ofMusic in New York. She is an elected member of the AmericanAcademy of Arts and Sciences and the American Academyof Arts and Letters. She is retiring this year to focus more oncomposing. Her upcoming projects include an opera aboutAnne Frank to be produced and premiered by the IndianaUniversity Opera and Ballet Theater.THE HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENTSFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCERICHARD B. ALLEYEvan Pugh Professor of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State UniversityRICHARD B. ALLEY is widely recognized as the leadingglaciologist of his generation and one of the foremost climatescientists of his time. He has made fundamental contributionsto understanding the history and mechanisms of climatechange and the role played by Earth's large ice masses. Theeminence of his scholarly scientific work is evident in hiscontributions in three key areas: paleoclimatology, glaciology,and climate dynamics. They include the discovery that majorclimatic changes in Earth history have happened abruptly, onthe order of years; the determination of how ice sheets interactwith and flow over the surfaces on which they ride, forminga stream that can be much less stable than was previouslysupposed; and the assessment of the drivers of climatechange that are intrinsic to the Earth system and thereforecomplement external, astronomical forcing. While anyone of these contributions alone would have beenconsidered seminal, as a collective body of scholarly work they havecompletely transformed the study of Earth science. In addition, hehas distinguished himself in a fourth area important to science, bybeing an exemplary communicator to the general public.The candidate will be presented by DOUGLAS R. MACAYEAL,Professor, Department of the Geophysical Sciences and the CollegeCITATIONThrough pioneering research in ice core paleoclimatology,RICHARD B. ALLEY'S landmark contributions havereshaped paradigms, framed the broader problem of climatechange, and made such knowledge more generally accessible tothe general public and policymakers. His work has synthesizedthe evidence that abrupt climate changes occurred in the past,and has driven hypotheses about their cause and implications. rloahaPt(1,c(teITerb;inAlectoofnceosetintheouPncalheGcthethetheTHE FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-THIRD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCETITIA DE LANGELeon Hess Professor of Cell Biology and Genetics;Director, Anderson Center for Cancer Research, The Rockefeller UniversityA leader in cancer research, TITIA DE LANGE has pioneeredthe study of telomeres, the protective elements at the tipsof each chromosome. Her work has not only advanced ourappreciation for a crucial element in chromosome stability, buthas also helped to establish telomere regulation and function asa promising target for the prevention and treatment of cancer.Professor de Lange was among the first to isolate humantelomeres, and to clone telomere repeat binding factorI, a monumental discovery. She identified five of the sixcomponents of the protein complex that binds and protectstelomeres, which she named shelterin, and uncovered themechanisms that repress inappropriate repair of chromosomeends. Most recently, her laboratory revealed the mechanismsby which loss of telomere protection contributes to geneticinstability in cancer. The candidate will be presented by OLUFUNMILAYO 1.OLOPADE, Walter L. Palmer Distinguished Service Professor,Departments of Medicine and Human Genetics; Associate Dean,Global Health; Director, Center for Clinical Cancer GeneticsCITATIONTITIA DE LANGE'S impact on cancer research has led toprogress in the understanding of the genetic causes of cancerand the connections between cancer and aging. Her work hasnot only advanced our appreciation for these crucial elementsin chromosome stability, it has also helped to establishtelomere regulation and function as a promising target for theprevention and treatment of cancer.FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERSANDREU MAS-COLELLProfessor, Department of Economics,Universitat Pompeu FabraANDREU MAS-COLELL is one of the world's leadingeconomic theorists. He has made fundamental contributionsto general equilibrium theory, as well as to the developmentof the theory of adaptive learning in games. This latter worknot only advances our understanding of a central question ineconomics and game theory, but also opens up an entirely newset of hypotheses about learning behavior that can be evaluatedin laboratory settings. Additionally, he was the lead author ofthe textbook Microeconomic Theory, which has shaped theoutlook of economists for a generation.Professor Mas-Colell has also contributed to advancing thecause of research and education internationally. Currently,he is the Minister of Economy and Knowledge of theGovernment of Catalonia. He was instrumental in foundingthe Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, and has served asthe Minister of Universities and Research for Catalonia ando the General Secretary of the European Research Council.i 7he candidate will be presented by HUGO F.SONNENSCHEIN, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus,Department of Economics and the College; President Emeritusand Honorary TrusteeCITATIONThe extensive and prominent intellectual contributions ofANDREU MAS-COLELL have expanded the reach of arigorous mathematical approach to central questions in a widerange of disciplines, such as finance, industrial organization,and behavioral and public economics. His ambitious andinfluential research in economics and his commitment tohigher education and social welfare have made him a leader intransforming fields of inquiry and institutions.THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONactivity. In yet another direction, he initiated the study ofthe mathematical theory of Quantum Chaos, a subject onthe cutting edge of mathematical physics. Very recently, hehas pioneered the study of "thin groups", with connectionsto numerous other areas in mathematics including additivecombinatorics, ergodic theory, and hypergeometric functions.FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCEPETER SARNAKProfessor, School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced StudyPETER SARNAK is considered the most influential analyticnumber theorist in the world. His visionary theorems andconjectures have set the agenda within the field of mathematicsfor the last thirty years and distinctly shaped the subject ofanalytic number theory by introducing new and powerfultechniques to the study of many complex and longstandingproblems. One of his most outstanding contributions to numbertheory is his study of zeros of the zeta- and related L-functions.These objects are critical in the Langlands program, and his workhas had considerable bearing on the research of a number ofesteemed faculty members within the University's Department ofMathematics. His work on expanders, and what it makes possiblefor the understanding of random geometric constructions, hasalso influenced the study of mathematics within the University.Professor Sarnak's work on Ramanujan graphs has demonstrateda profound connection between theoretical computer scienceand number theory, and has sparked a wide range of scholarly 1he candidate will be presented by ALEX ESKIN,Arthur Holly Compton Distinguished Service Professor,Department of Mathematics and the CollegeCITATIONPETER SARNAK has made groundbreaking and highly originalcontributions to many diverse areas in mathematics, and the impactof his vision is felt strongly across many disciplines, includingmathematical physics, computer science, and network engineering.He has influenced the development of several mathematical fields,often uncovering deep and unsuspected connections.THE ROSENBERGER MEDALASHLEY WHEATERArtistic Director, The Joffrey BalletThrough ASHLEY WHEATER'S vision and leadership, TheJoffrey Ballet has gained unprecedented visibility and renown asa world-class ballet company, to the benefit of the dance worldand to the delight of the city of Chicago. An accomplisheddancer and ballet master in his own right, but-by design­not himself a choreographer, he is an inspiring and demandingleader. With a focus on unparalleled training, his singularvision for his dancers requires them to be technically superband exceptionally charismatic. Since arriving at the Joffreyin 2007, Mr. Wheater has commissioned major new worksby innovative young choreographers, rejuvenated and stagedclassic masterworks, and discovered and promoted creativevoices through The Joffrey Ballet's diverse programming.Mr. Wheater has also established the Academy of Dance,the official School of The Joffrey Ballet, which has attractedmore than 800 students from across the country, andwhose top graduates have joined The Joffrey itself and otherleading companies around the world. He has also expanded The Joffrey's community engagement program, and in sodoing, deepened the ballet company's ties with its homecity. Of course, the Joffrey Ballet also tours nationally andinternationally, to wide critical acclaim.1he candidate will be presented by DAVID]. LEVIN, AddieClark Harding Professor, Departments of Germanic Studies,Cinema and Media Studies, and the College; Director, Richardand Mary L. Gray Center for the Arts and InquiryCITATIONASHLEY WHEATER'S passion and commitment tothe artistic form of dance have led The Joffrey Ballet tounprecedented heights of visibility and accomplishment asan internationally renowned ballet company. By offering acomplex repertoire and bringing some of the world's mostcompelling choreographers to the stage, his efforts havegarnered tremendous respect and well-earned renown to TheJoffrey Ballet for its contributions to the local, national, andinternational dance community.8i.THE DIVISION OFTHE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESAND THEPRITZKER SCHOOL OF,FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2015DIVISIONAL ACADEMIC CEREMONY FOR M.D. CANDIDATESRockefeller Memorial Chapel10:30 a.mFRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2015DIVISIONAL ACADEMIC CEREMONY FOR PH.D. CANDIDATESrd Reva and David Logan Center for the Artsn:oo a.mSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.eLUNCHEON AND DIPLOMA DISTRIBUTIONBiological Sciences Learning Centern:30 a.m.THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONDIVISIONAL ACADEMIC CEREMONY FOR M.D. CANDIDATESORDER OF EXERCISESWELCOMEKENNETH S. POLONSKYRichard T. Crane Distinguished Service ProfessorDean of the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of MedicineExecutive Vice President for Medical AffairsADDRESSJEFFREY I. GORDON, M.D. '73Dr. Robert j. Glaser Distinguished Service ProfessorDirector, Center for Genome Sciences & Systems BiologyWashington University School of Medicine in St. LouisPRESENTATION AND HOODINGHOLLY J. HUMPHREYRalph W Gerard Professor in MedicineDean for Medical EducationFaculty Marshal: JAMES N. WOODRUFFCLOSING REMARKSKENNETH S. POLONSKY10THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND THE PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINEDIVISIONAL ACADEMIC CEREMONY FOR PH.D. CANDIDATESORDER OF EXERCISESWELCOMEKENNETH S. POLONSKYRichard T. Crane Distinguished Service ProfessorDean of the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of MedicineExecutive Vice President for Medical AffairsADDRESSMARTIN CHALFIENobel Laureate, Chemistry (08William R. Kenan, Jr. ProfessorColumbia UniversityPRESENTATION AND HOODINGVICTORIA E. PRINCEProfessor, Department of Organismal Biology & AnatomyDean of Graduate Affairs, Division of the Biological SciencesRICHARD HUDSON20I5 Faculty MarshalProfessor, Department of Ecology and EvolutionCLOSING REMARKSKENNETH S. POLONSKY11THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MEDICINEKATLYNN ZOE ADKINSA.B., Carleton College, 20II·WITH HONORSMICHAEL DEAN ALLAINS.B., University of Washington, Seattle, 20IORACHEL SARA ALLONA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 20IOCLAIRE ASHLEY BEVERIDGEA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 20IIDAVID CHARLES BINDERA.B., Cornell University; Ithaca, Neui York, 2007Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I]PHILIP CHARLES CARULLOA.B., University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus, 20IOCHRISTOPHER ALANCASTANEDABiMus., Loyola University Neui Orleans, 20IOANNE LAUER CASTROA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2007·WITH HONORSRACHEL CHAORAN CHENS.B., Yalt Uniuersity, 20IIKIMBERLY LOUISE CLINITES.B., Pepperdine University; 2006·WITH HONORSALEXANDER GORDON COLES.B., Baylor University; 20IICAMIL ENID LICEAGA CORREIAS.B., Yal� University; 2009THOMAS PETER COURIA.B., Northwestern University; 20IO·WITH HONORSMICHAEL CUIA.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 20IIS.B., ibid., 20IISARAH DABAGHS.B., University of Washington, Seattle, 20IIMEG HAN CHESEK DALYA.B., University of Chicago, 2009ANDRE NICHOLAS DAVIESA.B., Harvard University; 20IILARA ELIZABETH DELAMATERS.B., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 20IOKYLE JOHN ERICSONS.B., University of Florida, 20IICHRISTOPHER DAVIDFLANAGANA.B., Vanderbilt University, 20IICASSANDRA DELORES-LAMARFRITZS.B., University of Kansas, 20IOALEXANDRA ELYSE GARNETTS.B., Tufts University, 2009DAVID GOESES.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IISOLOMON MAXIMO GREENBERGA.B., University of Chicago, 20IIDOMINIC A. HARRISA.B., University of Chicago, 2006REBECCA MEIRA HARRISA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20IOMICHAEL JEFFREY HAYESS.B., Santa Clara University, 20IO·WITH HONORSJUSTIN BLAKE HELLMANA.B., University of California, Btrk�lty, 2002JONATHAN THOMPSON HENRYA.B., Grinnell College, 2006Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I]ARIELLE TZIPORA HIRSCHFELDA.B., Oberlin Coll�g�, 2007B.Mus., ibid., 2007CHAD H. HOCHBERGB.F.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2006 KEVIN EDWARD HODGESS.B., University of Notre Dame, 20II·WITH HONORSJENNIFER MARIE JONESS.B., Davidson College, 20IOJENNIFER TRACI-LYNN KARLINA.B., Wultyan University, I999A.M., University of Chicago, 2009Ph.D., ibid., 20I2AMY LAUREN KAUFMANS.B., Stanford University; 2009STEPHANIE MATHEWSKAZANTSEVA.B., Dartmouth College. 2005A.M., University of California, San Diego, 2007ASHOKE RAJENDRAKHANWALKARA.B., Harvard University. 2009INYOUNG KIMA.B., University of Chicago, 200IPh.D., ibid., 20IIJIMIN KIMA.B., Emory University; 2005M. Sc. , University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2007STEPHANIE HEWON KIMS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2006Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I]JENNIFER LEE KRANINGER5.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 20IOJOHN J. LIM.S.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009YIMO LINA.B., Brown University; 2009ELISE MARIE MADRIDS.B., University ofArizona, 2009JENNIFER ANNE McCOYA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IIRYAN ALLEN McDERMOTTS.B., University of Notre Dame, 20IICHARLES McKILLIP MULLERA.B., Nortbu/estern University, 20IIASHLEY MARJON NASSIRIS.B., University of California, Berkeley; 20IOM.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5CLAIRE ABRAHAM NAUSA.B., University of Notre Dame, 20IIS.B., ibid., 20IIMELISSA GRAHAM NAYLORA.B., Miami University; Oxford, Ohio, 2004A.M., Harvard University; 2006Ph.D., ibid., 2008ERIC MICHAEL NICKELSS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009MANAS NIGAMS.B., University of Virginia, 20IIPATRICIA C. OSMOLAKS.B., Providence Colleg«, 20IORISHI KAUSHIK PANDYAA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20IOPARAS SURESH PATELB.P.A., Wayn� State University, Detroit, Michigan, 20IIJACK MICHAEL PEACEA.B., University of Southem California, 20II·WITH HONORSSUSAN PElA.B., University of Chicago, 2007JOANNA ELIZABETH PERDOMOA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20IICOLIN M. PESYNAA.B., University of Chicago, 2009LIESE CHRISTINE CROSBYPRUITTA.B., Stanford University; 20IOS.B., ibid., 20IO ALISHA AJIT RANADIVES.B., Brown University; 2009ELIZABETH WHITMANRHINESMITHA.B., Harvard University. 2005LORENZO RINALDOA.B., Loyola University Chicago, 2007Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I]CHRISTOPHER ADAM RISHELS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007S.B., ibid., 2007Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I2ALEXANDER JUDSON MOORERUBYS.B., Brown Uniuersity; 2009M.Sc., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 20I4MATTHEW JOSEPH SANCHEZS.B., University of Notre Dame, 20IIROBERT JOHN SANCHEZA.B., Yale University; 2008RICHARD MICHAEL SCHROEDERA.B., University of Notre Dame, 20IIBRITTANY LAURENSEIDENSTICKERS.B., Gtorg�town University, 20IINAN SETHAKORNS.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I2ANUP BHARAT SHAHS.B., Northwestern University. 2007S.M., Stanford University; 20IOCLAIRE SHAPPELLA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2009OLUWAFIKUNMI MOYOSOBOWALEA.B., Yale University: 2009JONATHAN HARVEY STEIN.S. B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IIKEVIN ULYSSE STEPHENS, JR.S.B., Yal� University, 20IOM.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5EMILY ANN MARIE WALKERSTOCKERTA.B., University of Chicago, 2005M.B.A., ibid., 20IO·WITH HONORSCHRISTINA HYEIN SUHS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IINATHAN CHARLES SWALLOWS.B., University of Utah, 20IICAROLINE LEIGH THOMASS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IOBRIAN WILLIAM THURBERS.B., Brigham Young University. 20IOJACOB !BROOK TOWERS.B., Brown University; 20IIKIARA ALEXANDRA TULLAA.B., Harvard University; 20IIVAIBHAV UPADHYAYS.B., Duke University; 2007Ph.D., University of Chicago, 20I]·WITH HONORSANNE MARIE VIOLLTA.B., Northu/estem University, 20IIYAN WANGA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20IIHANNAH CATHERINE WENGERS.B., University of Notre Dame, 20IOMICHAEL LENN YEEA.B., University of Rochester, 20IICINDY YUANS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006S.B., ibid., 2006A.M., University of Chicago, 20IIPh.D., ibid., 20I]THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND THE PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINEFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCEALEXANDER J LANGERMANA.B., Cornell Calleg«, Mount �rnon, Iowa, I999M.D., University of Chicago, 2005(Public Health Sciences)JIABEI LIB.Eng., Zhqiang Uniuersity; Hang Zhou, China, 20I3(Public Health Sciences)JODI RACHELLE MAYFIELDS.B., University of Neui Mexico, 200IM.D., ibid., 2008(Public Health Sciences) JONATHAN STUART MITCHELLS.B., Appalachian State University; 20IO(Evolutionary Biology)NOELLE MARIE PATNOS.B., Stanford University; 2001(Molecular Pathogenesi« and Molecular Medicine)MONICA ELIZABETH PEEKS.B., Vandabilt University; I99IM.P.H., Johns Hopkins University; I995M.D.,ibid., I996(Public Health Sciences) JESSICA PENTZ RIDGWAYA.B., Stanford University; 2003M.D.,Univ�rsity of California, San Francisco, 2001(Public Health Sciences)ELIZABETH LOUISE SANDERA.B., University of vermont and State AgriculturalCollege, 20I2(Ecology and Evolution)YALINI VIGNESWARANS.B., UnivtrSity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001S.B., ibid., 2001M.D., Rush University, 20II(Public Health Sciences)FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYBRYAN JOSHUA BERUBEA.B., Grinnell Colleg«, 2001(Microbiology)DISSERTATION: Molecular Analysis ofStaphylococcus aureus Toxin Interaction withHostC�/1sCHRISTOPHER MICHAELCARMEANS.B., Eastern Connecticut State University; 2008(Molecular Metabolism and Nutrition)DISSERTATION: Brown Sugar, How Come You StoreSo Good? R�gulation of Brown Fat Glycogm StoragtVIVIAN MEIWAH CHOIA.B., Uniuersity of California, &rktlty, 2006(Interdisciplinary Scientist Training Program:Microbiology)DISSERTATION: Characterization ofVirulma­Associated Protein Processing Genes in Bacteroides fragilisBRITTNEY RACHEAL COATSS.B., California State University; San Bernardino,20IOS.M., ibid., 20I2{Molecular Metabolism and Nutrition)DISSERTATION: M�tabolically ActivatedMacrophag�s in Obtsity and Insulin ResistanceMARCELO COCA PERRAILLONS.B., Uniuersidad Dieg» Portales, Santiago, Chile, I998A.M., Tufts University; 200I(Public Health Sciences)DISSERTATION: Essays on Health Cart QualityMeasurement and EvaluationPAWEL KAMIL DOMINIK5.M., Uniu/ersytet Jagi�lIonski w Kratakoioi«,Krakow, Poland, 2009(Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)DISSERTATION: Generation of SyneheticAntibodies Against Membrane Proteins in Nanodiscsfor Use in Structural BiologyZIYUE GAOS.B., Tsinghua University; Beijing, China, 20IO(Genetics}DISSERTATION: Neur Approaches to th« Study ofNatural Selection and Mutation in HumansZACHARY RAYMONDGRELEWICZA.B., University of Chicago, 2009(M�dical Physics)DISSERTATION: Combined MV+kV DoseOptimization for IGRTAASHISH JHAA.B., University of California, &rkd�y, 2001(Human Genetics)DISSERTATION: Exptrimmtally Evolv�dPopulations of Drosophila rnelanogaster &v�alPolygmic Basis of Comp/�x Traits KAVAL KAURA.B., University of Chicago, 2008(Immunology)DISSERTATION: B C�1l Responses to Influenza inth« Context ofAutoimmunityCHRISTOPHER JOSEPH MARIANIS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2009(Pathology)DISSERTATION: TETI-Catalyztd5-Hydroxym�thylcytosint Rtgulaus Gene Expressionin Response to Extracellular StimuliLEAH MARIE MAYO5. B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20I3(Neurobiology)DISSERTATION: Human Drug Conditioning:Combining St/fRtport, Behavioral, andPsychophysiological MeasuresJONATHAN STUART MITCHELLS.B., Appalachian State University. 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20I5(Evolutionary Biology)DISSERTATION: Inferring Eco-eualutionaryDynamics from tb« Imperfect Fossil Record of BirdsMATTHEW AUGUST ODENWALDA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2009(Pathology)DISSERTATION: The Tight Junction ProteinZonula Occludens-r Integrates EpithelialMorphogenesisNOEL THOMAS PAULIS.B., Syracuse University; 2009(Immunology)DISSERTATION: Th� Impact of Staphylococcusaureus Inftction on Human B C�II ResponsesFEDERICO DAMIAN PINEDAS.B., Carnegie Mellon University; 2008(Medical Physics)DISSERTATION: Semi-quantitative andQuantitativt Analysis of Dynamic Contrast­Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging of tb« BreastPATRICK JENNINGS REEDS.B., University of Washington, Seattle, 2001S.B., ibid., 2001(Neurobiology)DISSERTATION: Tbe Idmtification and Study ofKnown and Nouel Variants in Spinocerebellar AtaxiaSHANE MICHAEL REGNIERS.B., UnivtrSity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IO(Moltcular Metabolism and Nutrition)DISSERTATION: Dietary and DevelopmentalExposurt to tht Fungicid� Toly/jluanid DisruptsGlobal En�rgy M�tabolism in Mia JONATHAN ROBERTROSENFIELDS.B., Georgia Institute ofTuhnology, 2008S.M., University of Pennsyluania, 20IOM.M.P., ibid., 20IO(Mtdical Physics)DISSERTATION: An Inv�stigation ofa PrototypeAcousto-Optic Transmission Ultrasound Imaging Systemfor Improved Breast Cancer Screening S�nsitivityBENJAMIN EVAN RUSSELL RUBINA.B., Cornell Uniuersity, Ithaca, Neui York, 2009(Evolutionary Biology)DISSERTATION: The Impact of Mutualism onGenome Evolution and Endosymbiont DiversityADRIAN ALBERTO SANCHEZ5.B., Uniuersity of Tennessee at Knoxville, 20IO(Medical Physics)DISSERTATION: Task-Baud Optimization ofComputed Tomography Imaging SystemsARUPSARMAS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2008(Computational Neuroscience}DISSERTATION: Learning-Dependent Plasticity ofVisual and Cognitive Encoding in Parieto-FrontalNetworksDANIEL RICHARD SEMLOWS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005(Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology)DISSERTATION: Function and Mechanism ofDEAH-box A TPases at tb« Catalytic Stagt of Pre­mRNA SplicingMELISSA YUWONO TJOTAA.B., Harvard University; 2008(Interdisciplinary Scientist Training Program:Immunology)DISSERTATION: Activation of Antigm PresentingCtlls Through FcRy; Drives IL-33 Dependent Th2-Typ� Responses in tb« LungsRYAN O'NEAL WALTERSA.B., University of Montana, 2004A.B., ibid., 2004(Nturobiology)DISSERTATION: Targtting Nanoparticles to NeuronsWILLIAM ANDREW WEISSS.B., �sttrn Washington Uniuersity; 2009(Mtdical Physics)DISSERTATION: Quantitativ� Analysis of HighSpectral and Spatial Resolution (HiSS) Breast MRIRICHARD WILLIAMS IVS.B., Louisiana Stat« University and A&M Colleg�, 20055.B., ibid., 2005(Computational Nturoscima)DISSERTATION: Fin Ray Proprioaption and itsRolt in Actinopttrygian Fish SwimmingKATHRYN ELIZABETH WOLAKA.B., Univtrsity of Rochtsttr, 2005(Canar Biology)DISSERTATION: Targ�ting Pathways ofChtmoruistanct using Small Moluul�s13THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:I5 a.m.LUNCHEONBartlett Commons and Bartlett Quadranglen:30 a.m.DIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYMandel HallI:45 p.m.RECEPTIONBartlett Quadrangleimmediately following the ceremonyTHE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESDIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPRELUDESELECTIONS FROM RENAISSANCE DANCESComposed by TYLMAN S U SA TOPROCESSIONThe University of Chicago Pipe Band(Please stand)WELCOMEMARTHA T. ROTHDean, Division of the HumanitiesTHE CONFERRING OF THE JANEL M. MUELLER AWARDS FOREXCELLENCE IN PEDAGOGYANA MARIA LIMASenior Lecturer, Department of Romance Languages and LiteraturesDAN RAEBURNLecturer in Creative Writingpresented by JASON MERCHANTProfessor, Department of Linguistics and the College; Deputy Dean for Languages and InstructionTHE CONFERRING OF FACULTY AWARDSFOR EXCELLENCE IN GRADUATE TEACHING AND MENTORINGDAISY J. DELOGUAssociate Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and the Collegepresented by LARRY F. NORMANFrank L. Sulzberger Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, and the College;Chair, Department of Romance Languages and LiteraturesCHRISTOPHER KENNEDYProfessor, Department of Linguistics and the College; Chair, Department of Linguisticspresented by ALAN C. L. YUAssociate Professor, Department of Linguistics and the College15THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONA.M. AND M.F.A. DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONMARTHA T. ROTHDean, Division of the Humanitiesnames to be read by MARTINA MUNSTERSDean of StudentsPH.D. HOODING AND DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONMARTHA T. ROTHDean, Division of the Humanitiesnames to be read by MARTINA MUNSTERSDean of StudentsGraduates will be hooded by faculty members in the Division of the Humanities.MUSICAL INTERLUDEA TASTE OF THE MIDDLE EASTThe Middle East Music EnsembleCLOSING REMARKSMARTHA T. ROTHDean, Division of the HumanitiesKARLA SCHERER, A.M., '99Chair of the Humanities Visiting CommitteeMARTINA MUNSTERSDean of StudentsRECESSIONALGALLIARD BATTAGLIAComposed by SAMUEL SCHEIDT16THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESTHE FACULTY AWARDFOR EXCELLENCE IN GRADUATE TEACHING AND MENTORINGDAISY]. DELOGUAssociate Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and the CollegeDAISY]. DELOGU'S work at the intersection ofculture, politics, and gender in Medieval Francehas opened new avenues for understanding howindividuals - writers and readers alike - constitutetheir sense of themselves and the world. Thecreativeness and commitment she brings toher scholarship are contagious, and have beentransformative for students across a broad range ofdisciplines at the University. She employs astonishingskill and inventiveness to engage students in a subjectmatter often quite foreign to them, and in doingso, opens their literary and historical imaginationsto a new world. She is moreover passionate aboutimproving not only the scholarly development of ourstudents, but also their daily, human experience in our program and in our university. She is a model ofboth intellectual vigor and human generosity.The candidate will be presented by LARRY F.NORMAN, Frank L. Sulzberger Professor,Department of Romance Languages and Literatures,and the College; Chair, Department of RomanceLanguages and LiteraturesCITATIONCombining a contagious passion for intellectualinquiry with a deep concern for our students ashuman beings, DAISY]. DELOGU is inspiring anew generation of scholars in Medieval and Frenchstudies.CHRISTOPHER KENNEDYProfessor, Department of Linguistics and the College; Chair, Department of LinguisticsCHRISTOPHER KENNEDY is an extraordinaryscholar whose prolific and innovative work insemantics, pragmatics, and the philosophy oflanguage has inspired countless students andcolleagues to think beyond disciplinary boundaries.He is a tireless advocate for his students andcolleagues, always thinking of new ways to cultivatean atmosphere that enables everyone to thrive.His influence reaches beyond his writing and theclassroom. He is a paragon of a teacher-scholar, wholeads an exemplary life that reminds us all of the importance of maintaining a balance between workand beyond.The candidate will be presented by ALAN C. L. vuAssociate Professor, Department of Linguistics and theCollegeCITATIONWith his intellectual openness, generosity, andacademic rigor, CHRISTOPHER KENNEDY inspirescountless young scholars and colleagues to strive forexcellence in academia and beyond.17THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTSANURAG ADVANIB.A. (Hons), University of Delhi, Neui Delhi,India,20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)ABIGAIL AKAVIAA.B., Hebrew University ofJ�rusal�m, Israel, 2007(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures)DAVID AARON ALTMANA.B., Hofura University; 20I4(Master of Arts Program in tbe Humanities)ANDRA M. ANTONA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)AHMAD ARBABOUNA.B., University of Maryland at College Park, 20I2(Middl« Eastern Studies)ASNIA ASIMB.B.A. (Hons), Institute of Business Administration,Karachi, Pakistan, 20IIM.B.A., ibid., 20II(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)AMANDA LEIGH BLOCKA.B., University of Chicago, 20I5(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)MARK COLIN BROKENSHIREBiNurs., University of South Australia, Ad�laid�,Australia, I997A.B., ibid., 2009B.A. (Hans), ibid., 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)EMMA GRACE BRUSHA.B., Dartmouth College, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)SEAN LEE CAMPBELLA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)LAUREN RENAE CARTYA.B., State University of N= York at Binghamton, 20II(Middl� Eastern Studies)EUGENE KWAN-TAI CHANB.Ed. (Hans), Hong Kong Institute of Education,Hong Kong, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)JIAYI CHENA.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)KIMBERLY ASHLEY CHINA.B., University of Chicago, 20I5(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)JOANNA CICHOMSKIA.B., Princeton University. 20I3(Master ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)KYLE CLARKA.B., University ofArizona, 20I3(Middl� Eastern Studies)ALLISON COCHRANEA.B., Lawrence Uniuersity, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in th« Humanities)SHANA ROOCHNIK CRANDELLA.B., Columbia University; Neio York City,Neio York, 20IO(Philosophy)IKUMI EILEEN CROCOLLA.B., Bowdoin College, 2009S.M., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in th« Humanities)JOSHUA MICHAEL DAVIDSONA.B., University of Colorado at Denver, 20I2(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)CLANCEY CATHERINE D'ISAA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)KRISTOPHER TYLER DRIGGERSA.B., Yal« University; 20II(Art History)18 SHEILA ENRIGHTA.B., Villanova University; 20I3(Master ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)GERARDO ESPINAL FRANCOA.B., University of Houston-University Park, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities}REBEKAH GENEVA FABRIZIOA.B., Ohio State University; Columbus, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)JENNIFER FARRELLB.F.A., School ofth� Art Institute of Chicago, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)EDWARD FERNANDEZA.B., Carthag� College, 20I3(Middl� Eastern Studies)ADAM C. FLOWERSA.B., Bard College, 20I3(Middl� Eastern Studies)GEORGIOS APOSTOLOS GITTISA.B., Princeton University, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)MARCOS BfDOLI GOUV�AA.B., Williams College, 2005A.B., University of Cambridge, England,United Kingdom, 2007(Classics: Classical Languag�s and Literatures}HANNE GRAVERSENB.A. (Hans), University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2006(Art History)JAZMIN GRAVESA.B., Columbia University; Neio York City,Neio York, 20I3(South Asian Languages and Civilizations)JONATHAN RUSSELL GREGGA.B., Hillsdale College, 20II(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)JESSICA JANE HANNAHA.B., University of Cambridge, England,United Kingdom, 20I2(Mast�r of Arts Program in the Humanities)RICHARD FREDERICK HARRODA.B., Monmouth College, 2007(Middl� Eastern Ssudiet)ANDREW HERMA.B., Elizabethtoum Colleg«, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)SAMUEL STEPHENSONHOTCHKISSA.B., Reed Colleg�, 20IO(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures)SANNIAH JABEENB.A. (Hons), Labore University of ManagementSciences, Pakistan, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in th« Humanities)HAN GIL JANGB.F.A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in th« Humanities)ALENA M. JONESA.B., Oberlin College, 2008(Master ofArts Program in tbe Humanities)PARTH JOSHIA.B., Loyola Uniuersity Chicago, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)JULIANNA JOYCEA.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)GARY ALEXANDER KAFERA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)RACHEL ROSE KAMINSA.B., Yale University, 2002(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)NICHOLAS PATRICK KELLYA.B., George Washington University, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities) NSHAN THOMAS KESECKERA.B., University of San Francisco, 20I3(Middle Eastern Studies)ELLIOTT HAMILTON CLIFFORDKOCHA.B., Hav�rford College, 20II(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)MEGAN MARIE KROLLA.B., University of Georgia, 20I2(Middle Eastern Studies)CHRISTIAN SPIROSMOTSENIGOU KRONSTEDA.B., Marymount Manhattan College, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)SHENDA KUANGLL.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)ANDREW THOMAS LAWDERA.B., Del/aul University, Chicago, Illinois, 20II(Middl« Eastern Studies)PATRICIA ANN LAWLISA.B., Nortbtaestern University, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)ELIZABETH D. LHOSTA.B., Northwestern University, 2006A.M., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009(South Asian Languages and Civilizations)AMY LIA.B., Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)WEIQUN LIA.B., Soochow University, Suzhou, China, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)YUCHEN LIA.B., University of Rochester, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)MICHAEL W. LONGA.B., University of Georgia, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)NAZEER LOTFI - FARDS.B., Bowling Green State University, 200I(Middle Eastern Studies)JEREMY SINCLAIR LOWENTHALA.B., University of California, Davis, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)YILUANA.B., Syracuse University; 20I3(Master of Arts Program in th« Humanities)HANNAH ELIZABETH LYLEA.B., Auburn University, Main Campus, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)SHAN S HAN MAlA.B., Colgate University; 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)PHOEBE COLLEEN MARSHALLA.B., Wellesley College, 2r06(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)LUKE MARTLINA.B., University of Iowa, I998(Master ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)MADDISON LYN McGANNA.B., University of South Florida, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)MANON DEVEDEUX McGUIGANB.A. (Hons), McGill University. Montreal, Qutbec,Canada, 20I2(Middle Eastern Studies)BRIANNA McGUIREA.B., Wh�aton College, Illinois, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities}ANN-MARIE MCMANAMANA.B., University of Cambridge, England,United Kingdom, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)LOGAN HENRY METZA.B., Loyola Marymount University; Los Angeles,California, 20IO(Masur ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)ANNA MIRZAYANA.B., St. John's Colleg«, Annapolis, Maryland, 20II(Masur of Arts Program in the Humanities)THOMAS MORRISONA.B., University of Kansas, 20I4(Masur of Arts Program in the Humanities)SCOTT EAKIN MYERSA.B., Hampshire Calleg«, I996A.M., Neui York University; 2004A.M, Monterey Institute ofInternational Studits, 2009(East Asian Languagts and Civilizations)JASON JAMES NEBERGALLA.B., University of Iowa, 2005(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)BENJAMIN WALL OXFORDA.B., Colleg« of the Holy Cross, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)NATALIA PAVLOUPtychia, University of Cyprus, 20IOA.M., University of York, England,Uniied Kingdom, 20I2(Linguistics)ELIZABETH CLARE PINTOA.B., University of Notre Dame, 20IO(Middlt Eastern Studies)NICHOLAS ANTHONY PISANELLIA.B., University of San Francisco, 20I4(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)MORGAN MICHELLE PODRAZAA.B., University of Neio Mexico, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in th« Humanities)DANIEL PUTHAWALAA.B., State University of Neui York at Binghamton, 20II(Master of Arts Program in tbe Humanities)TYLER SPENCE QUICKA.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, 20I3(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)ELLEN CAROLINE SHERMANRABINA.B., University of Chicago, 20I5(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)MAITREYI RAYA.B., University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)EMMA MARIE RIEHLA.B., St. Norbert College, 20I4(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities) MARGARET ANNE ROSEA.B., Leiois and Clark College, 20I2(Masur of Arts Program in the Humanities)PATRICK ALLAN RUNFELDTA.B., University of Florida, 20I4(Masur of Arts Program in th« Humanities)MICHAEL FRANCISRUTHERGLENA.B., University of Virginia, 2006M.F.A., University of Iowa, 2008(Masur of Arts Program in the Humanities)RACHINY SIVISETH SAMEKA.B., Lake Forest Col/tgt, 20I2(Middlt Eastern Studies)OZGE SARIGOLA.B., Bogazi.i Uniuersitesi, Istanbul, Turkey; 2008A.M., ibid., 20II(Linguistics)SHAMONI SARKARA.B., Mount Holyok« College, 20I3(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)WILLIAM SCHMIDTA.B., University of'Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20II(Masur of Arts Program in th« Humanities)NOOR SHAWAFB.F.A., School of tht Art Institute of Chicago, 20IO(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)ANTHONY LOUIS SILVESTRIA.B., University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus, 20I4(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)ETHAN SIMONDSA.B., Uniuersity of Missouri-Columbia, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities}BRENDAN MICHAEL SMALLA.B., Lthigh University; 2008(Masur of Arts Program in th« Humanities)DANIEL HARRISON SUMNERSMYTHA.B., University of Chicago, 2005(Philosophy)JESSE A. SOODALTERA.B., Brown University; I994M.D., ibid., 2009(Masur ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)REBECCA LEIGH SPOHRA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2008A.M., Wtbsttr Col/egt, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)ALESSANDRA STAMPERA.B., Saint Mary's Coluge, Nom Dame, Indiana, 20I2(Masur ofArts Program in th« Humanities) THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESANDREW CANBY STANFORDA.B., Hampshire College, 20I3(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)JESSICA PAIGE TAPPERA.B., Vanderbil: University; 20II(Masur of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)ALEX NEEDHAM TAYLORA.B., Davidson Colltgt, 20I3(Middl« Eastern Studies)STEVEN BROWNING THOMSONA.B., Moody Bible Institute, 20I3(Masur ofArts Program in tbe Humanities}ANATOLE UPARTB.F.A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago, I999A.M., University of illinois at Chicago, 20II(Art History)JENNY WANGA.B., National Taiwan University; Taipei, 20I2(Masur ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)LEON AVERY WASHA.B., Rutgers, The State University of Neio [ersey;Neu/ Brunswick, 2007A.M, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20I2(Classics: Classical Languagts and Literatures)MARGO HELENE WEITZMANA.B., Del'au] University; Chicago, Illinois, 2002(Master of Arts Program in the Humanities)GORDON DEARBORN WILKINSA.B., Hamilton College, 20I3(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)EVAN WLADISA.B., University of North Carolina at Chape!Hill.uoio(Master of Arts Program in tb« Humanities)RYAN WOLFA.B., Canisius College, 20I2(Master ofArts Program in the Humanities)TEAGAN A. WOLTERA.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 20I2(Middle Eastern Studies)ZHIYAN YANGA.B., Sarah Lawrence College, 20I3(Art History)ALLISON COLLETTE YOUNGA.B., Colorado State University; 20I5(Masur ofArts Program in tb« Humanities)ADAM ZEIDANA.B., Michigan State University, 20I2(Middl« Eastern Studies)CHENG ZONGA.B., China Academy ofArt, Hangzhou, China, 2009(Masur ofArts Program in the Humanities)FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTSCARRIS SHERI ADAMSB.F.A., University of Texas at Austin, 20I3(Visual Arts)ALEXANDRA PAIGE CALHOUNB.F.A., School of tb« Art Institute of Chicago, 20I2(Visual Arts)AUTUMN ELIZABETH CLARKB.F.A., Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, 20II(Visual Arts) ZACHARY DAVID HARVEYB.F.A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 20II(Visual Arts)DAVID BARRETT LLOYDB.F.A., Northern illinois University; 20I3(Visual Arts)SARA ELIZABETH ROUSEB.F.A., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 20I2(Visual Arts) LAUREL VICTORIA WHITEHEADA.B., Southern Methodist University, 20I2(Visual Arts)RICHARD GARTLEYWILLIAMSONB.F.A., School of Visual Arts, 20IO(Visual Arts)19THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYRODRIGO ADEMA.B .• University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2006A.M.• University of Chicago. 2009(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: The Intellectual Genealogy ofIbn TaymiyaMUHAMMET ZAHtT AT<;:ILA.B .• Bogazi,i Universitesi, Istanbul. Turkry. 2005A.M.• University of Chicago. 2009(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: State and Government in theMid-sixteenth Century Ottoman Empire: TheGrand Vizierates of Riatem Pasha (1544-1561)NIR BEN MOSHEA.B .• Hebrew University ofJerusalem. Israel. 2005A.M.• ibid.• 2008A.M .• ibid .• 2010(Philosophy)DISSERTATION: Idealization and the Moral Pointof View: An Adam Smithian Account of MoralReasonsSILVER BRONZOLaurea, Uniuersits degli Studi di Roma 'laSapienza'. Rome. Italy. 2002A.M.• University of Chicago. 2014(Philosophy)DISSERTATION: Words. Sentences, and SpeecbActs: An Interpretation and Defense of the ContextPrincipleANDREW AARON CASHNERB.Mus .• Lawrence University. 2003M.S.M.• University of Notre Dame. 2009(Music)DISSERTATION: Faith. Hearing. and the Power ofMusic in Hispanic Villancicos, I600-I700DANIEL JOSEPH GOUGHA.B .• University of Georgia. 2006B.Mus .• ibid.• 2006M.Mus .• Florida Stat« University. 2009(Music)DISSERTATION: Listening in the Megacity: Musicin Slio Paulo's Cultural Policy WorldsMATTHEW RAY HAUSKEA.B .• University of California. Irvine. 2002A.M.• New York University. 2005(Cinema and Media Studies)DISSERTATION: Cowboy Modernity: Contexts ofthe Hollywood Wtosurn. 1946-1964CYNTHIA D. HILLMANA.B .• Gordon College. 1999A.M.• Middlebury College. 2002(Romance Languages and Literatures)DISSERTATION: The Part and the Whole: A Studyof Brevity and the Form of the Diary in EnnioFlaiano's Early WorksMICHAEL DEAN JENNINGSA.B .• University of California. Los Angeles, 2003A.M.• University of Chicago. 2006(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: Beyond the Walls ofJericho:Khirbet al-Majjar and the Signature Landscapes ofthe Jericho Plain20 DANIEL JOHNSONA.B .• University of Rochester, 2005A.M.• University of Chicago. 2007(Cinema and Media Studies and East AsianLanguages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: Interstitial Dimensions:Anonymity and Asynchronicity in ContemporaryMedia CultureALISHA LOLA JONESB.Mus .• Oberlin College. 2003M.Div.• Yale University. 2007(Music)DISSERTATION: "Wto Are a Peculiar People":Meaning. Masculinity. and Competence inGendered Gospel PerformanceIAN BRYCE JONESA.B .• Bard College. 2007(Cinema and Media Studies)DISSERTATION: Enough of a World: APhenomenology of Videogame WeltlichkeitANDREA HARRIS JORDANA.B .• University of California. Santa Barbara. 2007A.M.• University of Chicago. 20II(Music)DISSERTATION: House Around Irish Music: Pastand Present in Discourses of Irish Music from theNineteenth to the Twenty-First CenturyARUM KANGA.B .• Pusan University of Foreign Studies. SouthKorea. 2001A.M.• Pusan National University. South Korea. 2003A.M.• Korea University; Seoul. South Korea. 2005(Linguistics)DISSERTATION: (Injdefiniteness, Disjunction.and Anti-specificity in Korean: A Study in theSemantics-Pragmatics Interfac«YUAN-CHEN LIB.F.A .• National Institute of the Arts. Taipei.Taiwan. 2005M.F.A .• ibid.• 2006(Music)DISSERTATION: Wandering Viewpoint. A Concertofor Solo Cello and Two EnsemblesNANCY LINA.B .• Bryn Mawr College. 2000A.M.• Columbia University. New York City.New York. 2005(Art History)DISSERTATION: Representing Diffirenet: Earlyzotb-Century [apanese and Korean ArtMATTHEW JAMES McAFFEEA.B .• Fret Will Baptist Bible College. 1999M.Div.• Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 2002A.M.• University of Chicago. 2008(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: Lifo and Mortality in Ugaritic: ALexical. Literary; and Comparative Analysis ANDREW EVANS McMANUSA.B .• Yale University. 2007A.M.• University of Rochester, 2009(Music)DISSERTATION: Killing the Goat: Opera inSeven Scenes after Mario Vargas Llosa's La Fiestadel ChivoDIANA JUDITH MOSERA.B .• Columbia University; New York City.New York. 2003A.M.• University of Chicago. 2007(Classics: Classical Languages and Literatures)DISSERTATION: Violence and Criminality in theAncient Roman WorldROBERT G. NEISERMag.• Rheinische Friedrich- Wilhelmes-UniversitiitBonn. Germany. 2008(Germanic Studies)DISSERTATION: Figuren der Un-Zugehorigkeit:Die Erziihlbarkeit des Sozialen als ProblemERIN LEIGH NERSTADA.B .• Claremont McKenna College. 2005A.M.• University of Chicago. 2006(English Language and Literature)DISSERTATION: Lyric and the Varietiu ofProtestant Religious Experience in Nineteenth­Century EnglandSTEPHANIE LESAN SELOVERA.B .• Stanford University. 2004A.M.• University of Chicago. 2008(Near Eastern Languagu and Civilizations)DISSERTATION: Excavating War: The Archaeologyof Conflict in Early Chalcolithic to Early Bronze IIICentral and Southeastern AnatoliaDANIEL HARRISON SUMNERSMYTHA.B .• University of Chicago. 2005A.M.. ibid.• 2015(Philosophy)DISSERTATION: Infinity and Giuenness: Kant'sCritical Theory of SensibilityKATHRYN DEANNE SWANTONA.B .• Loyola Marymount University. 2003A.B .• ibid.• 2003A.M.• University of Chicago. 2005(Comparative Literature)DISSERTATION: More Human than Divine: TheCommunality of Forgiveness in Shakespeare's LaterPlays and Golden Age ComediesMATTHEW FRANCIS TEICHMANA.B .• Cornell University. Ithaca. New York. 2002A.M.• University of Pittsburgh. 2007A.M.• University of Chicago. 2009(Philosophy)DISSERTATION: Characterizing Kinds: ASemantics for Generic SentencesCLAUDIO VELLUTINILaurea, Uniuersita degli Studi di Pavia. Italy. 2004Laurea, ibid.• 2007(Music)DISSERTATION: Cultural Engineering: ItalianOpera in Vienna. 1816-1848THE DIVISIONOF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.DIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYReva and David Logan Center for the Arts12:00 p.m.LUNCHEON RECEPTIONimmediately following the ceremonyTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONDIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPRELUDEPROCESSIONThe University of Chicago Pipe Band(Please stand)WELCOMEEDWARD W. KOLBDean, Division of the Physical SciencesCONFERRING OF THE FACULTY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE INGRADUATE TEACHING AND MENTORINGANDREW]. CAMPBELLAssociate Professor, Department of the Geophysical Sciences and the Collegepresented by ANDREW M. DAVISProfessor, Department of the Geophysical Sciences, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the CollegeANGELA V. OLINTOHomer J Livingston Professor, Department ofAstronomy and Astrophysics, the Enrico Fermi Institute,and the College; Chair, Department ofAstronomy and Astrophysicspresented by EDWARD W. KOLBArthur Holly Compton Distinguished Service Professor, Department ofAstronomy and Astrophysics,The Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College; Dean, Division of Physical SciencesARTHUR L. KELLY PRIZE FOR EXCEPTIONAL SERVICEIN THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESRecipients:ROBERT PEPPERMANROBERT WALDpresented by MICHAEL GROSSE, Associate DeanTHE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESS.M. DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONEDWARD W. KOLB, Dean, Division of the Physical Sciencesnames to be read by MIRANDA SWANSON, Dean of StudentsRecognized by Directors of the S.M Programs andFaculty Members of the Physical Sciences DivisionMUSICAL INTERLUDERIGAUDONby ANDRE CAMPRAThe Millar Brass EnsemblePH.D. HOODING AND DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONEDWARD W. KOLB, Dean, Division of the Physical Sciencesnames to be read by MIRANDA SWANSON, Dean of StudentsHooders: Faculty Members of the Physical Sciences DivisionREMARKS BY THE DEANEDWARD W. KOLB, Dean, Division of the Physical SciencesCLOSE OF CEREMONYEMILY BACKE, Associate DeanRECESSIONALTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONTHE FACULTY AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN GRADUATETEACHING AND MENTORINGANDREW]. CAMPBELLAssociate Professor, Department of the Geophysical Sciences and the CollegeANDREW]. CAMPBELL takes a hands-on approach The candidate will be presented by ANDREW mentoring - making himself available at all D A VI S, Professor, Department of the Geophysicaltimes and getting his hands dirty with the students' Sciences, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the Collegeexperiments - while simultaneously giving them theintellectual freedom to work on problems of their CITATIONown choosing. There are no "black boxes" in his lab; With creativity, innovation, and rigor, ANDREW].students understand every aspect of their apparatus, CAMPBELL has set a new standard for research inand generally design and construct them themselves. mineral physics, and he has trained his students toHis generosity has instilled self-confidence and reach that standard and join the vanguard of the nextscientific maturity in his students, and his guidance generation of scientists.has formed them into outstanding and successfulexperimentalists who will be among the future leadersin mineral physics and planetary science.ANGELA V. OLINTOHomer J Livingston Professor, Department ofAstronomy and Astrophysics,the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College;Chair, Department ofAstronomy and AstrophysicsANGELA V. OLINTO studies the mysterious origins ofnature's highest energy cosmic rays and of the magneticfields that pervade all objects in the universe. She hasgenerously and consistently created an environmentto empower her students to excel according to eachindividual's talent and skill set. Selflessly promotingher students, she redirects the spotlight toward them,giving them practice and confidence in presentingat conferences and to the public. Long after theirgraduation she identifies opportunities for her studentsto advance in their careers. She not only inspires,but also helps her students to become the kind ofmagnanimous mentor she is, by providing them withopportunities to mentor younger students. Her wise,patient, and generous influence extends far beyond herown students. The candidate will be presented by EDWARD W.KOLB, Arthur Holly Compton Distinguished ServiceProfessor, Department ofAstronomy and Astrophysics,the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College; Dean,Division of Physical SciencesCITATIONWith a fundamental philosophy of investing in andempowering future scientists and leaders, and withan enthusiastic ability to make complicated ideasunderstandable, ANGELA V. OLINTO is a creativeresearcher and genuine friend whose sustainedexcellence in mentoring follows students long aftergraduation.24THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCEFERAS ALDAHLAWIS.B., Seattle University, 20I](Masur of Science Program in the Physical Sciences)LIONEL BARROWA.B., Bard Coll�g�, 20II(Computer Science)NATHAN TIMBERLAKE BARTLEYA.B., University of Chicago, 20I](Computer Science)DYLAN KELLER BENSONA.B., University of Chicago, 20I2(Computer Science)MICHAEL BLUMENSHINEA.B., Del'au] Uniuersity; Chicago, Illinois, 20II(Computer Science)ANDREW ROBERT BOSHARDYA.B., Univusity of Chicago, 20I](Computer Science)JOSEPH CODY BRAUNA.B., University of North Carolina at ChapelHill,2008(Computer Science)JOHN MICHAEL BULEYA.B., University of Virginia, 2000(Computer Science)DANIEL CAMPOS SALASBacb., Uniuersidad de Costa Rica, San Josl, 20I](Math�matics)MICHAEL JOSEPH CERUZZIS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, NI!W York, 20I](Computer Science)GONG CHENS.B., University of Minnesota-Tu/in Cities, 20I](Mathematics)YUN CHENGS.B., University of Virginia, 20I2(Matbemasics)ZEV CHONOLESS.B., Brown University; 20I2(Math�matics)CHAOXING DAIS.B., Hong Kong University of Science anduchnology, Kowloon, 20I](Statistics)JONATHAN STUART DANZIGA.B., Tufts University: 20I2(Computer Science)JOSHUA DAYS.B., Cincinnati Christian University; 20II(Computer Science)BRYAN JOSEPH DELEONS.B., Massachusetts Institute ofuchnology, 2000(Computer Science)CARLOS IGNACIO DI FIORELic., Unioersidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 20I2(Mathematics}CONNOR EGBERTS.B., Uniuersity of Oklahoma, 20I2(Computer Science)JOSEPH AARON ELLISS.B., University of Chicago, 20I5(Comput�r Science)YIRAN FANB.Econ., P�king University; &ijing, China, 20I2(Financial Mathematics)STEVEN FANNINS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, I990(Computer Science)NIR GADISHB.Sc., Hebreu/ University ofjerusalem, Israel, 20I2(Mathematics)YANLEI GONGS.B., National University of Singapore, Singapor�,20I2(Financial Math�matics) PETER GILES HANSENS.B., University of Chicago, 20I4(Statistics)JAKE RYAN HERGOTTS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 20II(Computer Science)CONNOR KELLY IMESS.B., University of Southern California, 2008(Computer Science)BERNARDO JORGEA.B., University of Miami, I99IM.B.A., Florida State University; I994(Financial Mathematics)JAEYOUNG CHRISTOPHER KANGS.B., Northwestern Uniuersity. 20I2(Computer Science)DANA ROSE KATZA.B., Stanford University. 20I2(Computer Science}ELISABETH MELINA KAVAS.B., University of Nno South \Vtllu, Kensington,Australia, 20I](Mathematics)THOMAS JOHN KELLYA.B., Elmhurst College, 2009(Computer Science}BYOL KIMA.B., Ya/� University; 2009(Statistics)SANG GI KIMS.B., University of Minnesota-Tioin Cities, 20II(Statistics)VICTOR LEES.B., National Taiwan University; Taip�i, 2009(Physics)PABLO LEMOS PORTELAS.B.(Hom), Uniuersidad Complutense de Madrid,Spain,20I](Master of Science Program in tb« Physical Sciences)BERTRAND LIECHTENSTEINDipl., 'I. I. Mechnikou' Odessa National University;Ukraine, I988Dipl., 'Kyiv Polytechnic Institute' NationalTechnical University of Ukraine, Kiev, I993(Financial Mathematics)YUTING LUOS.B., P�king University. Beijing, China, 20I4(Mast�r of Science Program in tb« Physical Sciences)DARRIN MACHAYS.B., Purdue University. west Lafayau, Indiana,2007(Financial Mathematics)MATTHIAS REINHARD MEIERA.B., University of Oxford, England,United Kingdom, 20I4(Computer Science)NIKITA MISHRAB.Sc., Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur,India,20I2M.Sc., ibid., 20I2(Computer Science)DREW STEVEN MOOREA.B., William Marsh Ria University; 20I](Math�matics)MACIEJ ALBERT NICEWICZA.B., University of Chicago, 2004S.M., University of California, Los Ang�/u, 2007(Computer Science)MARGARET ELIZABETHNICHOLSA.B., Oberlin Coll�g�, 20I](Mathematics)CHRISTOPHER THOMAS OSTERA.B., University of Chicago, 20II(Mastu of Science Program in th« Physical Sciences) YUTONG PANS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20I](Master of Science Program in the Physical Sciences)TRISTAN HINES RASMUSSENS.B., University of Chicago, 20I5(Computer Science)JONATHAN RUBINA.B., Ya/� University: 20I2(Math�matics)ZACHARY JON SCHAEFERLoyola University of Chicago, 20I2(Statistics)BENJAMIN DANIEL SEEGERS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 20I](Matbematia)JIAJUN SHENB.£., Shanghai Jiao Tong University; China, 20I2(Computer Science)ZICHEN SHENA.B., University of Southern California, 20I](Financial Mathematics)VED PRAKASH SINGHB.Sc., Indian Institute ofuchnology Bombay,Mumbai, India, 20IO(Chemistry)JACOB THOMAS SOKOLOWSKIB.B.A., Grand Vallry Stat« Uniuersity; 2008S.M., Deleaul University, Chicago, Illinois, 20II(Computer Science)SUSAN ELISABETH STEVENSA.B., Denison University: 20IO(Computer Science)ERIC GANESH SUKUMARS.B., Duee Uniuersity; 2009(Computer Science)JINGU SUNGB.Econ., Ajou University; Suwon, South Korea, 20I]S.B., State University of NI!W York at Stony Brook,20I](Statistics)DEBORAH ANN SUTTONS.B., Purdue University; west Lafay�tu, Indiana,20IIS.M., ibid., 20I](Statistics)YE TIANB.Sc., McGill University; Montreal, Quib�c,Canada, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Statistics)JIAYANG TONGB.Eng., &ijing Uniuenity of Posts andTelecommunications, China, 20II(Computer Science)GIANG THI HUONG TRANA.B., Bard Colleg«, 20I2(Mathematics)ALEXANDER TSUA.B., Dartmouth Coll�g�, 20I4(Computer Science)NATHAN VOSS.B., University of North Carolina at ChapelHill,20I](Statistics)RILEY P. WETZELA.B., Kalamazoo Colleg», 20I2(Computer Science}ANDREA WILSONS.B., Univmity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009(Computer Science)CHENG WUA.B., University of Colorado at Boulder; 20I4(Computer Science)YANZHE WUB.Eng., Nanjing Univusity, China, 20I4(Compuur Sciena)25THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFAN YANGB.Eng., National University of Defense Technology,Hunan, China, 2012(Computer Science}MINGYANG YUS.B., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2014(Computer Science)SIFU YUEB.Sc.(Hons}, Imperial College of Science, Technologyand Medicine, London, England, United Kingdom,2013(Statistics)LIWEN ZHANGS.B., Shanghai [iao Tong University; China, 2010S.M., University of Washington, Seattle, 2012(Computer Science) MIAO ZHANGS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2012(Statistics)QINQING ZHENGB.E., Zbejiang University; Hang Zhou, China, 2009S.M., Uniuersitat d�s Saarlandes, Saarbrucken,Germany; 2012(Computer Science}CHANGJIE ZHOUB.Econ., University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2013(Financial Mathematics)HAO ZHOUS.B., Sichuan University; Chengd», China, 1999S.M., ibid., 2002Ph.D., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2006(Computer Science) YIWEN ZHOUS.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2013(M'athematics)ZHIXUAN ZHOUB.Eng., Huazhong University of Science andTechnology, Wuhan, China, 2010M.Eng., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2013(Computer Science)NAN ZHUB.L.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,2007(Financial Mathematics)FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYCARTER WIN ABNEYS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007S.M., University of North Carolina at Chape!Hill,2009(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Development of Aduanced SorbentMaterials for Applications in the Nuclear Fuel Cycl«TIMOTHY GEOFFREYARMSTRONGA.B., University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria,Australia, 2008B.Eng., ibid., 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Computer Science)DISSERTATION: Implicitly Parallel Scripting asa Practical and Massivdy Scalable ProgrammingMod�l for High-P�rformana ComputingERIC PRAGER ASTORA.B., Swarthmore College, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Mathematics}DISSERTATION: Asymptotic Density and Eff�ctiv�N�gligibilityZHEN CAOS.B., Nankai University; Tianjin, China, 2007M.Ch�m., ibid., 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Computational Simulations ofIon Transport: From Bulk Solution to Ultra- ThinElectrolyteZOYA CHEGLAKOVB.Sc., Hebrew University ofj�rusal�m, Israel, 2006M.Sc" ibid., 2009(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Programmabl� OligonucleotideProbes Design and Applications for In situ andIn vivo RNA Imaging in CellsYUNJIE CHENS.B., Peking. University, Beijing, China, 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Hybrid Molecular Dynamics­Monte Carlo Sampling Simulation Methodologiesfor Complex Biomolecular SystemsHYOMIN CHOIA.B., University of California, Berkeley; 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 2010(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Pricing of Path DependentDerivatives with Discretely Monitored UnderlyingAsutsBOBO DANGS.B., Nanjing University; China, 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Studies of Ion Channel Ligandsby Chemical Protein Synth�sis26 WALTER HAMILTON DEMPSEYS.B., University of Chicago, 2009(Statistics)DISSERTATION: Statistical Methods in jointModeling of Longitudinal and Survival DataDMITRIY DOLZHNIKOVDipl., Novosibirsk State University, Russia, 2008S.M., Uniuersits di Bologna, Italy, 2010S.M., Uniuersitt de Lille I (Uniuersitt des Scienceset Technologies de Lille), Frana, 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Composition-Matched MolecularSolders for SemiconductorsLAURENCE SAMUEL FIELDB,Sc.(Hons}, University of Sydney. Neu/ SouthWales, Australia, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Configurational Measures onSchramm-Loeumer EvolutionsPOOYA HATAMIS.B., Sharif University of Technology, Tehran,Iran, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2012(Computer Science)DISSERTATION: Higher-Order Fourier Analysisover Finite Fields and ApplicationsBO HEA.B., Nanjing University, China, 2007S.M., University of North Carolina at ChapelHill,2010(Geophysical Sciences)DISSERTATION: C02 "Clumped Isotopes'Geochemistry: Improved Analytical Technique,Mixing Relations, and an Experimental andModeling Investigation into the Kinetics of C02 -H20 Isotopic EquilibrationERIC BENJAMIN JANOFSKYA.B., University of Chicago, 2009(Statistics)DISSERTATION: Exponential Series Approaches forNonparametric Graphical ModelsHSIN-YU KUOS.B., National Taiwan University, Taipei, 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 2010(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Using SAMDI Mass Spectrometryto Study the Regulation of Lysine DeacetylasesDANIEL TUAN-DAN LES.B., Stanford University, 2009A.M., ibid., 2009(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Aspects of the P-adic LanglandsProgram for GL3Q;SHUHENG LIS.B., Nanjing University, China, 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 2009(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Physical Organic Study ofReactions on Self-Assembled Monolayers MATTHEW WYATT LOWB.Sc., University of British Columbia, Vancouver,Canada, 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Physics)DISSERTATION: Particle Phenomenology at HigherEnergies and Higher LuminositiesFEDOR MANINS.B., California Institute of Technology, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Asymptotic Invariants ofHomotopy GroupsDENIS PANKRATOVB.Sc" University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2013(Computer Science)DISSERTATION: Communication Complexity andInformation ComplexityYOUNGSOO PARKS.B" Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2010(Physics)DISSERTATION: Combined Probes Analysis withGalaxy Clustering and Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing inthe Dark Energy Survey: Methods and ForecastsWEI QINS.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Photoluminescence of SingleColloidal Quantum DotsJOHN SAVAGEB.Sc., National University of Ireland/Ollscail nahEireann, Dublin, 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Examining Proton Transport inPerfluorosulfonic Acid Membranes Using ReactiveMolecular DynamicsYIWEI SHEA.B., Northwestern University, 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2012(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: The Shafareuich Conjecture forK3 SurfacesMIJO SIMUNOVICS.B., Sueuiililte u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Croatia, 2008M. Chem., ibid., 2010S.M., University of Chicago, 2012(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: Asumbly of Curvature-CoupledProteins on Deformable MembranesCHRISTOPHER SKALITS.B., Rutgers, The State University of New [ersey;New Brunswick, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Strong Positivity of IntersectionMultiplicity for Unramified Regular Local RingsCACEY SHERRON STEVENSS.B., Sauthern University and Agricultural andMechanical College, Baton Roug�, 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Physics)DISSERTATION: Scaling of th« Splash Thresholdfor Low- Viscosity FluidsKYLE TYLER STORYA.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, Neur York, 2007S.M., University of Chicago, 2009(Physics)DISSERTATION: M�asuring the TemperatureAnisotropy and Gravitational Lensing of theCosmic Microuiaue Background with the SouthPole TelescopeWEI SUS.B" Peking University; &ijing, China, 2009(Statistics)DISSERTATION: Contact Pro usus on RandomGraphsTAKASHI SUZUKIS.B., Tokyo Institute of Technology. japan, 2007S.M., Kyoto University, japan, 2009(Mathematics}DISSERTATION: Grotbendieck's Pairing on NeronComponent Groups BENA MUJANAYI TSHISHIKUS.B., Washington and Lee University; 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20I2(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Obstructions to RealizingMapping Classes by DiffeomorphismsOLGA TURANOVAA.B., Columbia Uniuersity; N= York City,Neui York, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Mathtmatics)DISSERTATION: Error Estimates forApproximations of Certain Fully NonlinearEquationsKATHARINE FELICITY TURNERB.Sc.(Hons}, University ofSydnty, Neio SouthWalts, Australia, 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Topics in a Statistical Approach toApplied TopologyWOUTER HERMAN VAN LIMBEEKB.Sc., Uniuersiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands, 20IOB.Sc., ibid., 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Discrete and Continuous Aspectsof Local Symmetry THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESPRESTON DANIEL WAKEB.Sc.(Hons}, McMasttr University. Hamilton,Ontario, Canada, 2009S.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Eisenstein Heeke Algtbras andIwasawa TheoryROBIN SCOTT FROMSONWALTERSA.B., Harvard Uniuersity, 2008S.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Math�matics)DISSERTATION: An Application of d-madules: TheBernstein-Sato PolynomialRUMING WANGS.B., Shanghaijia Tong University; Chinac zoio(Statistics)DISSERTATION: Three Essays in MathematicalFinanceBOBBY LARUE EDWARD WILSONS.B., Morehouse College, 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20I2(Mathematics)DISSERTATION: Three Results in AnalysisKIN S. YANGS.B., Syracuse University; 20IOS.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Chemistry)DISSERTATION: The Development andApplication of Enantioselectioe Reactions of Mask�dAcyl Cyanid« Reagent:27THE DIVISIONOF THESOCIAL SCIENCESSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.LUNCHEONIda Noyes Hall12:00 p.m.DIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYRockefeller Memorial Chapel2:15 p.m.THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESDIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESDAVID NIRENBERGDean, Division of the Social SciencesPROCESSIONRIGAUDONfrom Idomeneo Rt di Creta by ANDRE CAMPRATHOMAS WEISFLOG, University OrganistThe Congregation stands and remains standing until after the welcome.CALL TO ORDERMICHAEL SILVERSTEINAssistant Marshal of the UniversityTHE CONFERRING OF FACULTY AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE INGRADUATE TEACHING AND MENTORINGJOHN LEVI MARTINProfessor, Department of Sociology and the Collegepresented by ELISABETH S. CLEMENSWilliam Rainey Harper Professor, Department of Sociology and the College; Chair,Department of SociologyREMARKSSTEPHAN PALMIEProfessor, Department ofAnthropologyChair, Department ofAnthropologyMUSICAL PERFORMANCEMENUETfrom Suite Gothique by LEON BOELLMANNTHOMAS WEISFLOG, University Organist29DAVID NIRENBERGDean, Division of the Social SciencesTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONGRADUATE DIPLOMA PRESENTATION AND HOODINGRecipients of Degrees will be presented in alphabetical order by degree in the following programs:In the Committee on International Relations, by MICHAEL REESEIn the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, by PAUL WALKERIn the Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences, by DAIN BORGESIn the Department of Anthropology, by STEPHAN PALMIEIn the Department of Comparative Human Development, by EUGENE RAIKHELIn the Department of Economics, by AZEEM SHAIKHIn the Department of History, by EMILIO KOURIIn the Department of Political Science, by CATHY COHENIn the Department of Psychology, by B. PATRICK HALLIn the John U. Nef Committee on Social Thought, by NATHAN TARCOVIn the Department of Sociology, by ELISABETH S. CLEMENSREMARKS BY THE DEAN OF THE DIVISIONOF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESMUSICAL PERFORMANCEFESTIVE TRUMPET TUNEComposed by DAVID GERMANTHOMAS WEISFLOG, University OrganistRECESSIONALTOCCATAfrom Organ Symphony NO.5 by CHARLES-MARIE WIDORTHOMAS WEISFLOG, University Organist(Please stand)30THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESTHE FACULTY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN GRADUATETEACHING AND MENTORINGJOHN LEVI MARTINProfessor, Department of Sociology and the CollegeAn innovative theorist of social structure and action,JOHN LEVI MARTIN explores the basic dynamicsof social life across a sweeping range of material, fromchildren's literature to the politics and debates ofconstitutional conventions. Each inquiry, no matterthe topic, is an opportunity to discern the emergence,reproduction, and transformation of the social rolesand structures of relationships. With students, hedemands standards for interpreting evidence andmaking arguments, but rejects any idea that there is asingular formula for the living of life - of the mind orotherwise. He engages each student with a distinctivecombination of intellectual rigor, open-mindedness,and profound humanity. The candidate will be presented by ELISABETHS. C L E MEN S, William Rainey Harper Professor,Department of Sociology and the College; Chair,Department of SociologyCITATIONEngaging each student with intellectual rigor andprofound humanity, JOHN LEVI MARTIN leads byexample, demonstrating how fundamental questions ofsocial structure and action can be explored in settingsmundane, exotic, or possibly even world-changing.THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTSJENNIFER ANNE ALTMAN-LUPUA.B., Columbia University, Nno York City,Neur York, 20I2(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)ANTHONY CHRISTOPHERBADAMIA.B., Brown University; 20II(Political Science)SUMITRA BADRINATHANA.B., St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, India, 20I4(International Relations)GWENDOLYN AILEENBELLINGERA.B., University of North Carolina atChapel Hill, 20I2(Middle Eastern Studies)PIETRO BIROLILauren, Uniuersite Commercials Luigi Bocconi,Milan, Italy, 2005Laurea specialistica, ibid., 2007Laurea specialistica, Uniuersite Catbolique deLouuain, Louuain-La-Neuve, Belgium, 2007(Economics)COURTNEY YUN BISCANA.B., University of Notre Dame, 20I4(International Relations)ARI MICAH BLASKA.B., Dickinson College, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)ANTHONY PETER JOHN BUCCI IIIA.B., George Washington University, 20I4(International Relations)TAYLOR ANNE CAPPSA.B., Trinity University, San Antonio, 20I3(Middle Eastern Studies)CARLOS CARDENAS-INIGUEZS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009(Psychology)DAVID ROSS CEAA.B., University of Central Oklahoma, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)MEl YIN BONNIE CHANA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 20I2(Political Science)LI CHENLL.B., Renmin University of China, Beijing, 20I3(International Relations)DAHLIA HASTA COLMANA.B., Sarah Lawrence College, 20I2(International Relations)CHRISTINE MARIE COMFORTA.B., University of Central Florida, 20I3(International Relations)MICHAEL ZIMMER DEANA.B., University of California, Santa Barbara, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)JONATHAN VINCENT DOHERTYA.B., University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria,Australia, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)MATTHEW CRAIG DUNCANA.B., University of Notre Dame, 20I2(International Relations)PATRICK NIALL FEEA.B., University of Cambridge, England,United Kingdom, 20I4(International Relations)CHELSEA M. FLENARA.B., Ohio University, Athens, 20I3(Middle Eastern Studies)KIRSTEN ELOISE FORSBERGA.B., Yale University, 20II(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)MATTHEW DANN FOURACREA.B., University of Denver, 20I3(International Relations)32 DANIEL ALBERT FROEHLINGA.B., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)SARAH J. FURGERS.B., Iowa State University of Science andTechnology, 20I3(Middle Eastern Studies)GEORGE LAWRENCE GROBE IVB.A. (Hans), University of Toronto, Ontario,Canada, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)YURI HAASZLic., Uniuersidade Federal do Parand,Curitiba, Brazil, 2006A.M., International Christian University,Tokyo, japan, 20II(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)AREEBA HASANA.B., Rutgers, The State University of New jersey,New Brunswick, 20I2(Middle Eastern Studies)ALEX HASKINSA.B., Bowdoin College, 20IIM. Th., Harvard University; 20I3(Political Science)BENJAMIN EDWARD HERWITZS.B., Vanderbilt University, 20I3(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)SEBASTIEN MARC HIGGINSB.Hum, Carleton University, Ottawa, OntarioCanada, 20I3(International Relations)JI YEA HONGA.B., Ewha Womans University, Seoul, SouthKorea,20IILL.M., Peking University, Beijing, China, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)JOANNA HORTONA.B., University of Queensland, Brisbane,Australia, 20I2B.S.S., ibid., 20I3B.A.(Hons), ibid., 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)LAURA ANNE HORTONB.Arch., Carnegie Mellon University; 2008(Comparative Human Development)ALEXIS LYN-MARIE HOWARDA.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 20I3S.B., ibid., 20I3(Comparative Human Development)RACHEL HOWARDA.B., Columbia University, Neio York City,New York, 20I2(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)GLEIDYS HOYOSS.B., Florida International University, 20IOA.B., ibid., 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)KANYI HUANGB.Econ., Shanghai [iao Tong University, China,2009A.M., The New School, 20II(Sociology)ZACHARY DAVID HUFFMANA.B., Princeton University, 20I4(International Relations)RAYMOND ALEXANDER HUNTERA.B., Iona College, 20I3(Anthropology)IL MYOUNG HWANGA.B., Hendrix College, 2007A.B., Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 2008M.P.P., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009(Economics) SANA JAFFREYA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2006A.M., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008(Political Science)BEN O'BRIEN JALOWSKYA.B., University of Arizona, 20IO(Latin American and Caribbean Studies)REBECCA KATE JOURNEYA.B., City University of Neur York, 2009A.M., Columbia University, Neur York City,Nnv York, 20II(Anthropology)ANDREW JACKSON KAISERA.B., George Washington University, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)ABDULLAH BIN KHURRAMA.B., George Mason University, 20I4(International Relations)HILARY M. LEATHEMA.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, 20I2(Anthropology)CHRISTIAN ALEXANDERLEAVITTA.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, Nno York, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)JAEYOON LEEA.B., University of British Columbia,Vancouver, Canada, 2009(Economics)HANNAH L. LEMONICKA.B., University of Chicago, 20II(Middle Eastern Studies)AMANDAPAGELEVENSOHNA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 20I4(Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)WILLIAM SPENCER LEVINEA.B., SUNY State University College at Purchase, 20I2(Political Science)WEIXIN LIA.B., Zhejiang University, Hang Zhou, China, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)MICHAEL ZACHARY LOPATEA.B., San Francisco State University, 20I3(International Relations)MEGAN NICOLE LUSCHENA.B., Austin College, Sherman, Texas, 20I3(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)EMILY ANNE LYONSS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, Neur York, 2009(Comparative Human Development)MARIA DANIELA MAAG PARDOA.B., Rollins College, 20I2(International Relations)MARIA MACIAA.B., Swarthmore College, 2007(Economics)TASNEEM MANDVIWALAA.B., University of Houston-University Park, 2006A.B., ibid., 2009A.M., ibid., 20II(Comparative Human Development)JOSE RAUL MEDINAA.B., University of Chicago, 20I3(International Relations)AIDAN JAMES MILLIFFA.B., University of Chicago, 20I5(International Relations)REBBA AMARIS MOOREA.B., William Marsh Rice University, 20I2(Political Science)JESSICA MARIE MULLA.B., University of Michigan-Dearborn, 20I4(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)NATASHA MURTAZAA.B., George Washington University, 20II(International Relations)MATTHEW DAVID NELSENA.B., St. OlAfColl�g�, 2012(Master ofArts Program in th« Social Sciences)CARLY OFFIDANI-BERTRANDS.B., Arizona State University, 2010(Comparative Human Development)PAUL THOMAS OTTOA.B., D�Paul University; Chicago, Illinois, 2013(Masta' of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)TEJAS PARASHERB.A. (Hons), University of Toronto, Ontario,Canada, 2013(Political Science)MICHAEL STEVEN PEDDYCOARTA.B., Stanford University; 2013(Middl« Eastern Studies)ERIK PETRIEA.B., Amherst Coll�g�, 2012(Master ofArts Program in tbe Social Sciences)VANESSA RAYANA.B., Uniuersity of Miami, 2014(International Relations]HANNAH MORGAN SIGURDSONRIDGEA.B., University of Chicago, 2013(Middl� Eastern Studies)CARLY LANE RUEA.B., Whitman Colleg«, Walla Walla, Washington,2007(Social Thought) ABENA GYAMFUAH SARFO­MENSAHA.B., Uniuersity of Connecticut, 2009[Comparative Human Development)YEVGEN SAUTINA.B., University of Florida, 2012(International Relations)JOSHUA ABRAM SCHENKEINA.B., Boston University, 2012(International Relations)WILLIAM CARL SCUPHAMA.B., Valparaiso University; 2014(Master ofArts Program in tb« Social Sciences}McINTYRE PAUL SKARZYNSKIA.B., University of Chicago, 2015(International Relations)GREGORY JOHN SPENCHIANA.B., Michigan State University; 2014(International Relations)DREW WILLIAM STOMMESA.B., Saint John's University; Collegeville,Minnesota, 2013(International Relations)ETHAN UCKERA.B., Swarthmore College, 2008(Masur ofArts Program in the Social Sciences) THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESSHRITHA VASUDEVANA.B., National Acadtmy of Lega! Studies andResearch, Hyderabad, India, 2010LL.M., Univ=ity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign,2011(International Relations)BRIAN DEAN WATTSA.B., Whitworth Colleg«, 2013(Middl« Eastern Studies)KONRAD CHARLES WEEDAA.B., University of Chicago, 2011(Social Thought)WILLIAM WOODSS.B., Grand Vallry State University; 2013(Masur of Arts Program in the Social Sciences)YAN XUA.B., Tsinghua University; Beijing, China, 2009A.M., ibid., Beijing, China, 2011(Political Science)SHENGHE YEA.B., University of Chicago, 2012(Comperatiue Human Development)XIN TIAN YONGBacb., Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, France,2013(Middl« Eastern Studies)DANIEL ZIMMERA.B., Th� N�w School, 2011(Master ofArts Program in the Social Sciences)FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYDIMITRIOS BATZILISA.B., Harvard University; 2008A.M., Uniuersity of Chicago, 2010(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays on the Economics ofCorruptionDENRICK GO BAYOTA.B., University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2005A.M., ibid., 2008S.M., ibid., 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 2010(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays in Industrial OrganizationAIDAN JOSEPH BEATTYA.B., Trinity Coll�gt Dublin/Coldiste na TrionoideBaile Atha Cliatb, Ireland, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 2011(History)DISSERTATION: Th� Lifo That God Desires:Masculinity and Power in Irish Nationalism,1884-1938JEREMY RAYMOND BELLA.B., University ofSydnry, Neui South Wal�s,Australia, 2004Ph.M., ibid., 2007(Social Thought and Philosophy)DISSERTATION: Elizabtth Anscombe'sWittgmsttinian Third Way in Philosophy of Mind:A Thomist Critiou«PIETRO BIROLILaurea, Unioersite Commerciale Luigi Bocconi,Milan, Italy, 2005Laure« specialistic«, ibid., 2007Laurea specialistic«, Universitt Catholiqu� tULouvain, Louuain-la-Neuoe, B�lgium, 2007A.M., University of Chicago, 2015(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays in Health and HumanCapital Formation JORN BOEHNKEDipl., Uniuersitdt Leipzig, Germany; 2008Dipl., ibid., 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 2012(Economics)DISSERTATION: Pricing Strategits andCompetition: Evidence from tb« Austrian andGerman Retail Gasoline Mar/utsMARK LEONARD EGANA.B., Middl�bury Coll�g�, 2008A.M., Uniuersity of Chicago, 2012(Economics)DISSERTATION: Brokers us Retail Investors:Conflicting Interests and Dominated ProductsIAN THOMAS FILLMOREA.B., Brigham Young University, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays on the United StattsColl�gt Mar/utTREVOR S. GALLENS.B., University of Chicago, 2008A.M., ibid., 2011(Economics)DISSERTATION: Using Participant Behavior toMeasure the Valu� of Social Programs: The Cas«ofMtdicaidJAIRA J. HARRINGTONA.B., Spelman Coll�g�, 2007A.M., Uniuersity of Chicago, 2010(Political Science)DISSERTATION: Re-conceptualizing Rights andLabor Union Politics at tb« Intersection of Race,Class, and Gender through Domestic Work in BrazilKRISTOPHER JAMES HULTS.B., University of Chicago, 2007A.M., ibid., 2011(Economics)DISSERTATION: Incremental Innovation andPharmaceutical Productivity IL MYOUNG HWANGA.B., Hendrix Coll�gt, 2007A.B., Yonui University; Seoul, South Korea, 2008M.P.P., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 2015(Economics)DISSERTATION: A Robust RttUsign of High SchoolMatchINGU HWANGA.B" Dongguk University; Seoul, South Korea, 2001A.M" Yonui University; Seoul, South Korea, 2005(History)DISSERTATION: The Transnational Politics ofDemocratization: Human Rights in South Koreaand US-Kortan Relations in the 1970SGREGOR JAROSCHS.B., Eberbard-Karls-Uniuersitdt Tubingen,Germany; 2006Dipl., ibid., 2008A.B., ibid., 2008(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays on the Causes andConsequences of UnemploymentPATRICK WILLIAM KELLYA.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007A.M., University of Chicago, 2009(History)DISSERTATION: Sovadgnty and Salvation:Transnational Human Rights Activism in tb«Americas in tb« Long 1970SSTACIE ANNE KENTA.B., University of North Carolina at ChapelHill,2000A.M., University of Chicago, 2008(History)DISSERTATION: Capital and CommercialGovernance in the Late QingDAVID WILLIAM KERNA.B., Washington and Lee University; 2005A.M., University of Chicago, 2011(Comparative Human Development)DISSERTATION: Olfactory Function and tb«Physical, Cognitiv�, and Social Health of tb« AgingPopulAtion of tb« United Statts33THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RO CONVOCATIONAVIGAIL KIFERA.B., Princeton University, 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 20I2(Economics)DISSERTATION: The Incidence of a Soda Tax, inPennies and PoundsDONG JUNG KIMA.B" Korea University; Seoul, South Korea, 2005A.M., ibid., 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Political Science)DISSERTATION: Cutting OjfYour Nose? AReigning Pourer's Commercial Containment of aMilitary Challeng�rLINDSAY H. KNIGHTA.B., University of Chicago, 2006A.M., ibid., 2009(Political Science)DISSERTATION: Hannah Arendt on Rome: TheIntersection of Thinking and Acting in tb« PublicRealmKATHRYN ANNE MARINERA.B., Stanford University, 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 20IOA.M., ibid., 20I3(Anthropology)DISSERTATION: Intimate Speculation: Th� Flowsand Futures of Private Agency Adoption in theUnited StatesSTEFANO MOSSOM. Sc. , University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2008Masters, Institut d'Etudes Poiitiques de Paris,France, 2008M. Sc., Barcelona Graduate School of Economics/Uniuersitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 2009(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays on tb« Economics andEconometrics of Human Capital FormationJESSE CLARK NAIDOOB.Sc., University of Cape Town, Randebosch, SouthAfrica, 2007A.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays on the Economics ofth�FamilyCHRIS ANDREW OLIVERA.B., Seattle University; I987A.M., University of Chicago, I99I(Anthropology)DISSERTATION: !d�ologi�s of InterculturalCommunication in JapanELISA MARIE OLIVIERIA.B., Harvard University, 2008A.M., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Economics)DISSERTATION: Occupational Choice and theColl�g� Gender Gap ALEXANDER ISRAEL ORWINA.B., University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2005A.M., University of Chicago, 20I3(Social Thought)DISSERTATION: Caught Between City, Empire,and R�ligion: AlJarabi's Concept of tbe UmmaSARAH JORDAN PANZERA.B., Kenyon College, 2004A.M., University of Chicago, 2009(History)DISSERTATION: The Prussians of tb« East:Samurai, Bushido, and [apanese Honor in tb«German Imagination, I905-I945SEONGKYU PARKB.B.A" Korea University; Seoul, South Korea, 2004M.Econ., ibid., 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Economics)DISSERTATION: The Poioer ofAsking Quutions:Resolving Financial Market Rumors through PublicInquiriesSAMUEL PERRYA.B., Augusta College, 2003M. Th., Dallas Theological Seminary, 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Sociology)DISSERTATION: Children of Glory: Orphan Careand the Cultural Limits of Evangelical ActivismRODRIGO RIBEIRO ANTUNESPINTOB. Eng. , Uniuersidade Estadual de Campinas, SaoPaulo, Brazil, I999M.Econ., Fundacdo Getulio Vargas, Sao Paulo,Brazil, 2004(Economics)DISSERTATION: Selection Bias in a ControlledExperiment: The Case of Moving to OpportunitySHANA NOELLE RICARTA.B., Drew University, 2006A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Anthropology)DISSERTATION: Japan's Aging Society: The Crisisof Care and tbe Hope of PreventionELEANOR LOUISA RIVERAA.B., Smith College, 2004A.M., University of Chicago, 2007(History)DISSERTATION: Crucifixes and Chalkboards:Republicans, Catholics, and Primary Schooling inFrance, I880-I9I4SEBASTIAN MICHAEL SCHMIDTA.B., Stanford University, I998S.B., ibid., I998A.M., Duke University. 2003A.M., University of Chicago, 2004(Political Science)DISSERTATION: Here to Stay: Sovereignty,Foreign Military Presence, and Norm Change inInternational PoliticsJAN SCHNEEMEIERDipl., Johann Wolfgang Goetbe-UniversitatFrankfurt am Main, Germany, 2009(Economics)DISSERTATION: Dispersed Information and CEOIncentives MALLIKA THOMAS5.B., Yal� University, 2007A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Economics)DISSERTATION: The Impact of MandatedMaternity Benefits on the Gender Differential inPromotionsMICHAEL LEON THOMASA.B., Northwestern State University of Louisiana,2003A.M., University of Chicago, 20IO(Social Thought)DISSERTATION: Speculation and Civilization intb« Social Philosophy of Alfred North Whiuh�adGENG TIANLL.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2003LL.M., ibid., 2006(Sociology)DISSERTATION: Empire Building and theFormation of the Rebellious Peripheries: TheMaking of Civilian Governments and the MuslimRebellions in Northwestern China, I720S-I860sYUAN TIANA.B., Carleton College, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 20I5(Economics)DISSERTATION: Mechanism Design of FairDivisionsGAWIN TSAIA. B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2005A.M., University of Chicago, 2008(SOCiology)DISSERTATION: Jurisdictional and ProfessionalBoundaries: The Growth and Maintenance of aParallel ProfessionXAN ALEXANDERVONGSATHORNA.B., Pomona College, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Economics)DISSERTATION: Heterogeneity, Fraud, and tbeDesign of a Crowdsourced Review PlatformNORIKO YAMAGUCHIA.B., Cedar Crest College, 2004A.M., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2006M.A., University of Chicago, 2007(History)DISSERTATION: Reforming Everyday Lift: RuralCommunity Building in Postwar Japan, I945-I986SHAYNA KUCHAY ZAMKANEIA.B., McGill University, Montreal, Quebec,Canada, 2005A.M., University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, 2006A.M., University of Chicago, 2009(Political Science)DISSERTATION: The Politics ofJustia for Arab JewsHANZHE ZHANGA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 20IOA.M., ibid., 20IOA.M., University of Chicago, 20II(Economics)DISSERTATION: Essays in Matching, Auctions,and EvolutionFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN THEDIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND THE UNIVERSITY OFCHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSCHATTRIN LAKSANABUNSONGA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOM.B.A., ibid., 20I5(Financial Economics)DISSERTATION: Analyst Performance, InstitutionalOwnership, and Post-analyst Revision Drift34THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOBOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.LUNCHEONChicago Booth, Harper Center, Room 10412:00 p.m.DIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYMcCormick PlaceArie Crown Theater4:15 p.m.RECEPTIONMcCormick Place Terraceimmediately following the ceremonyTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONDIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPROCESSION(Please stand and remain standing until after the call to order)WELCOMESUNIL KUMARDean, Chicago Booth School of Business;George Pratt Shultz Professor of Operations ManagementFACULTY ADDRESSBE A LITTLE BIT NICENICHOLAS EPLEYJohn Templeton Keller Professor of Behavioral ScienceALUMNI ADDRESSYOUR LONG STRANGE TRIPMUSICAL INTERLUDECLAYTON ROSE, A.B. '80, M.B.A. '81Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business SchoolMembers of the University of Chicago Motet ChoirAWARDING OF DIPLOMAS AND HOODINGpresented by SUNIL KUMAR, Dean, Chicago Booth School of Businessand Faculty Dissertation ChairpersonsTHE ALMA MATER(Please stand)Members of the University of Chicago Motet ChoirCLOSING REMARKSSUNIL KUMARDean, Chicago Booth School of Business36THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSFOR DEGREE OF THEINTERNATIONAL MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONVIDUR SEHGALA.B., Yale University, 2010·WITH HONORSFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONAHMED ABDEL-SAHEBA. B., University of Maryland at College Park, 2007MOHAMED FAHAD KHALIDABDULLAHA.B., University of Soutbern California, 2010JAISON ABRAHAMS.B., Purdue University, Wtst Lafayeu«, Indiana, 2007BRIAN MICHAEL ACKSS. B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006ERIK GEORGE ADAMSA.B., Stanford University, 2010MARY HEALY ADAMSS.B., University of Southern California, 2006ERIC JONATHAN ADLERS.B., United States Naval Academy; 2003TANMAY AGGARWALS.B., Uniuersity of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008M.Eng., ibid., 2009·WITH HONORSARIN SANDRA AGHAZARIANB.B.A., American University of Beirut, Lebanon, 2010WASAY ANJUM AHMADB.B.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009JI SOO AHNS.B., Pohang University of Science and Technology,South Korea, 2007SYED HUSSAIN ABBAS AKBARIS.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2006KYLE AKINA.B., Claremont McKenna College, 2008AMIR ALAMS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002·WITH HONORSDAVID MATTHEW ALEXANDERB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2008A.B., ibid., 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSSARAH ELIZABETH ALEXANDERA.B., Dartmouth Colleg», 2010JORGE ALVAREZ CLARELie, Uniuersidad de Costa Rica, San [ose, 2010·WITH HIGH HONORSMARTIN PIROJBOOT ALWINA.B., Lawrence University. 2007ALFONSO AMAYA PARRABach., Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, 2008Bach., ibid., 2009Mast., ibid., 2011M.P.P., University of Chicago, 2015SHIRLEY AMSTERDAMLL.B.(Hons), Hebrew University ofJerusalem,lsraelc zotoA.M., ibid., 2011·WITH HONORSSHAKTI ANANDB. Com., Chatrapati Sahu Ji Maharaj University,Kalyanpur, India, 2000M.B.A., Amity University; New Delhi, India, 2009LAUREN ELIZABETH ANDERSONS.B., University of South Carolina-Columbia, 2009LEIF CHRISTIAN ANDREASSENS.B., Arizona Stat« University, 2008·WITH HONORSCHINWE UCHE ANEKES.B., Indiana University-Purdue UniversityFort wayne, 2006 GUILHERME LUIZ ANTUNESMAJOREng., lnstituto Tecnologico de Aerondutica,Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSEMILIO ARAKINDJI LEVYS.B., Babson Colleg�, 2008·WITH HONORSMIGUEL BENEDICTO ARCINASS.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 2008FLORENCIA ALEJANDRAARDISSONELie, Uniuersidad Torcuato di Tella,Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2010HIRAL PATEL ARGESS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008HENRY ALEXANDER ARIASA. B., Wtsleyan University, 2008JASON ARICANS.B., Nortbu/estern University,2005TRENTON ISIDOR ARTHURA.B., Princeton University, 2010TRINA N. ASSURA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2010PABLO EDUARDO ATENCIOBach., Uniuersidad de Buenos Aim, Argentina, 2005Mag., Uniuersidad Torcuato di Tella,Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009MANASEE SHANKAR ATRES.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2008MARIA CECILIA AURELIANO DEATHAYDEEng., Instituto Tecnologico de Aerondutica,Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, 2008·WITH HONORSJACLYN SUZANNE ZURCHERAUSBORNB.B.A., Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame,Indiana, 2006THOMAS MARVIN AUSBORNB.B.A., University of Iowa, 2006NOAM AVIDOVA.B., Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2012GILAD AYALONB.Sc., Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2010MERIC AYDONATS.B., Orta Dotu Teknik Uniuersitesi,Ankara, Turkey, 2008M.App.Sc., University of Toronto,Ontario, Canada, 2010NEETIKA NARINDRA BACHLAUSS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2009BORJA JOSE BADIOLA RAMOSIng., Uniuersidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, 2010Mast., Escuela Europea d� Direccion y Empresa,Madrid, Spain, 2012BORJA BAETA LUACESBach., Uniuersidad Alfonso X Madrid, Spain, 2008Bach., ,bid., 2009XUE BAIB.Econ., Capital University of Economics andBusiness, Beijing, China, 2009NICHOLAS BRIAN BAIERS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2010LISA MARIE SHIELDS BAKERA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2007S.B., ibid., 2007 VISHNU BALARAMANB. Tecb., Cochin University of Science andTechnology, India, 1994S.M., Arizona State University, 1997BRENT DOYAL BALLARD, JR.A.B., Middlebury College, 2010YOSY ARIEL BANACH ZOLDANBach., Univn-ridadAdolfo Ibdnez; Santiago, Chiu, 2007Mast., ibid., 2007·WITH HIGH HONORSSCOTT JOSEPH BANDLERA.B., Yale University, 2009·WITH HONORSVICTOR A. BANJOS.B., Boston University; 2004KUKUA AKYERE BANS ONA.B., Colby Colleg«, 20II·WITH HONORSKANDACE J. BARKERA.B., Howard University, 2010DAVID SOUTHWICKBARKHAUSENA.B., DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 2010·WITH HONORSJARED VINCENT BARNETTS.B., Brigham Young University, 2008·WITH HONORSCHRISTOPHER M. BARRA.B., Creighton University, 2006NICOLAS BARRAZA TOLEDOIng. Com., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2009Mag., ibid., 2009JOHN MICHAEL BARRILES.B., University of Alabama, 2003BUDHADITYA BAULB.Sc., Fergusson College, Pune, India, 2007JASON MICHAEL BEDNARS.B., Marquette University, 2008EVGENII BEGARDtpl., M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University,Russia, 2005Dipl., ibid., 2007BRIAN ALLEN BEHMS.B., University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 2008·WITH HONORSMARGARET FOREST BELLA.B., Dartmouth College, 2010WILLIAM R. BENCES.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007·WITH HONORSRUPINDER SINGH BENIPALB. Tech., Punjab Technical University,Jalandhar, India, 2002S.M., University of Southern California, 2005LEONARDO ANDRESBERROJALVISBach., Uniuersidad Nacional de Mar del Plata,Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2008Mast., Uniuersidad Torcuato di Tella,Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2013KRISTIN ANNE BERTAA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009THOMAS JAMES BESIOS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2010·WITH HONORS37THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONBRIAN BETTENHAUSENA.B., University of Chicago, 2006NATASHA FOUAD BEYDOUNA.B., Mount Holyoke College, 2009RAHUL SUBHASH BHANGARES.B., University 0/ Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009MOHIT BHASINSB., University of California, Berkeley, 2008AARON BIANCOA.B., Princeton University, 2006J.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2010DEREK JAMES BIRKNERS.B., Georgetown University, 2009A.M., Johns Hopkins University, 2012·WITH HONORSBRIAN ANDREW BLANEYSB., Boston College, 2008·WITH HONORSJAMIE BLANKEB.B.A., University 0/ Notre Dame, 2007KATHRYN BOGEYS.B., SUNY State University College at Fredonia, 2006PRANJAL BOGHARAS.B., Pennsylvania State University,University Park, 2010·WITH HONORSMARTIN ALBERTO BOIXLie, Unioersidad Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires,Argentina, 2007BENJAMIN KIRSH BORRISA.B., Tufts University, 2008·WITH HONORSMARK BOURDENKOA.B., University of Cbicago, 2011ERIN NICOLE BOYLANDS.B., University 0/ Maryland at College Park, 2009BENJAMIN KENNETH BRABSTONA.B., Northwestern University, 2009·WITH HONORSALEXANDER ROSEN BRANDA.B., Wesleyan University, 2007ANDREW MONTGOMERYBRANNANS.B., Yale University, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSMICHAEL BREWERA.B., Queen s University, Kingston, Ontario,Canada, 2009B. Com. (Hons), ibid., 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSTODD JAMES BREZINSKISB., Boston College, 2006JEFFREY THOMAS BRIGHTONB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2008·WITH HONORSCHRISTOPHER BRIMMAGEA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2005VIRAJ SINGH BROCAB. Eng. , University 0/ Pune, India, 2003S.M., North Carolina State University at Rauigh, 2006RACHEL LEAH BRODYA.B., University 0/ Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 2015LEANDRO EZEQUIEL BRUFMANLie, Uniuersidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca,Argentina, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSDALE MICHAEL BUCZKOWSKIS.B., Bradley University, 2005JOYCE BUDNIK ERGASIng., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 20ll·WITH HONORSCAROLINE ANN BUGGA.B., Emory University, 2006·WITH HONORS38 MICHAEL BULLIONS.B., Spring Hill College, 2002LAKSHMI VAISHALI BULUSUB. Tecb., Kakatiya University, Warangal, India, 1999S.M., University of Texas at Dallas, 2002JEFFREY EARL BUTLER IB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2009SAMANTHA BUYNISKIS.B., Johns Hopkins University, 2009·WITH HONORSRYUK JU BYUNS.B., University of Virginia, 2008M.D., Tulane University, 2013JESSICA CABALLEROA.B., Duke University, 2006M.P.P., University o/Chicago, 2015LEONARDO CAMPOS DEOLIVEIRA GABOARDIEng., Escola Politecnica da Uniuersidade de SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2010ENRIQUE CANTON ARMENGOLLie, Uniuersidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City,Mexico, 2008ASHLEIGH NICOLE CARESB.Com., McGill University, Montreal, Quibec,Canada, 2006GUSTAVO CARNEVALE COUTOEng., Escola Politecnica da Uniuersidade de SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2009CRAIG HIGBEE CARTERA.B., Brigham Young University, 2010·WITH HIGH HONORSPHILIP JOSEPH AINSWORTHCARUSOA.B., University of Chicago, 2007J.D., ibid., 2015·WITH HONORSFERNANDO CARVALHO CESARIOEng., Escola Politecnica da Uniuersidade de SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2010·WITH HONORSRICARDO CARVALLO GOMEZS.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2008JAVIER CASTANEDA MONTESIng., Uniuersidad de Sevilla, Spain, 20llM.Sc., Cranfield University, England,United Kingdom, 2011·WITH HIGH HONORSLUIS CASTELAZO TARASCOEng., Universidad Anahuac, Mexico City, Mexico,2008Dipl., ibid., 2009Dipl., Institute Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 20llMARCO CASTELLANILaurea, Unioersita di Bologna, Italy, 2008Laurea, ibid., 2010DANIEL TRAVIS CAVANAUGHS.B., University 0/ New Hampshire, 2009JOSEPH EDWARD CAVANAUGHA.B., Dartmouth College, 2008ASHTON TAYLOR CHAFFEES.B., Butler University, 20llKENNETH ROBERT CHAMBERSA.B., University 0/ Arizona, 2007CHING YU EMILY CHANB.B.A., University o/Wisconsin-Madison, 2007FUK LUN CHANB.Sc. (Hons), Chinese University 0/ Hong Kong,Hong Kong, 2008·WITH HONORSJONATHAN CHANS.B., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2009MEl CHANGS.B., Carnegie Mellon University, 2009 APRIL WAI-PING CHAOB.B.A., The New School, 2009JEFFREY JIH-CHENG CHAOB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2007TYSON EDWARD CHAPMANSB., Brigham Young University, 2007CHEN CHENB.Eng., Shanghai [iao Tong University, China, 2005M.Econ., ibid., 2009·WITH HONORSFAN CHENB.Econ., Wuhan University of Science andTechnology, China, 2004M.Econ., W"han University, China, 2006Mast., University of California, Los Angeles, 2010SOPHIE ERFEI CHENS.B., Carnegie Mellon University, 2009YAN CHENS.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2006M.Acc., ibid., 2006MAUREEN MICHELLE CHERWINB.B.A., University 0/ Notre Dame, 2003YEGUANG CHIA.B., Harvard University, 2008SM., ibid., 2008EUN JEONG CHOS.B., New York University, 2008JOHN CHOIS.B., University 0/ Pennsylvania, 2009·WITH HONORSGEORGI IVANOV CHOLAKOVA.B., Allegheny College, 2007MATIAS ANDRES CHOMALIKATTANIng., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2008Bach., ibid., 2009·WITH HONORSKUNAL CHOPRAB.Eng., University 0/ Mumbai, India, 2003S.M., Clemson University, 2005·WITH HONORSMARIAM CHOUDHURYS.B., New York University, 2008PETER CHARLES CHRISTMANA.B., University 0/ Notre Dame, 2009NATALLIA CHYKINAB.Sc.(Hons), University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2013ADAM CHRISTIAN CIBOROWSKIS.B., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2004M.Acc., ibid., 2005CHRISTOPHER VITO CLAPSA. B., University 0/ Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005BRADFORD CLEMENTSA.B., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2004J.D., Southern Methodist University, 2007JESSICA CAROLINE COBBA.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2010·WITH HONORSSHIRAN COHEN LANGMANA.B., Tel Aviv University, Israel, 20llNATALIE JADE COLEMANA.B., Wesleyan University, 2008TIMOTHY JAY COMPTONS.B., University 0/ Arizona, 2004IRENE ANNE CONLONS.B., Rutgers, The State University 0/ New Jersey,New Brunswick, 2008LEONARDO CONTRERAS LERDODE TEJADAIng., Uniuersidad Anahuac, Mexico City, Mexico, 2008SARAH LYNN CORDOVAS.B., Pennsylvania State University,University Park, 2006JOSEPH CORONNAS.B., Neu/ York University, 20IO·WITH HONORSMARCO CORTEZA.B., Harvard University, 2009·WITH HONORSRYAN MARTIN CRANEA.B., Princeton University; 2008·WITH HONORSGIANNE GABRIELLE CRISTOBALA.B., Loyola University, N= Orleans, Louisiana, 2004MARCO ANTONIO CURY CHAINEng., Institute Maud de ucnologia,Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2006·WITH HONORSPETER WELLS CUSTERA.B., Northwestern University, 2004ARTEM CYBULSKI5.B., University of California, &rk&y, 20IOLUCAS IGNACIO D'ALESSANDROS.B., Boston College, 2008NISHANKER DAMODARA5.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 20IOAPARNA DANGA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOMARIA DANGLESA.B., Northwestern University, 20II·WITH HONORSSIDHANT DASHM.Sc., Indian Institute ofuchnology Kanpur,Kalyanpur, India, 2009KARA ANNE DAVEYA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2009AMANDA GAVRON DAVISS.B., Vanderbilt University, 2007JOSEPH RICHARD DAVISS.B., Bryant College, Smithfield, Rhode Island, 2008LINDSAY JAMES DAVISB.B.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008RYAN JONATHAN DAVISA.B., Vanderbilt University, 2008SANTIAGO ANDRES DAWSONLie, Uniuersidad Anahuac, Mexico City, Mexico, 2008GUILLAUME DJEMAIDEBERNARDILie, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, France, 2009Mast., ibid., 20IIDAVID DEDEYANB.Eng., American University of Beirut, Lebanon, 2009·WITH HONORSJEAN PAUL DE DOMPIERRE DECHAUFEPIE HITZLERLie, Pontiflcia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2009TOMAs DELANO MENDEZLie, Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2009RODOLPHE BRUNO FRANCISBERNARD DE LASSUS SAINT­GENIESDipl., Ecole Suprrieur« des Sciences Economiques etCommerciales, Cergy-Pontoise, France, 2007MARK MICHAEL FRED DEMOSSB.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009OLIVIER ROLAND DEMUSSATDipl., Ecole Superieure d'Electricite,Gif-sur-Yuette, France, 2002S.M., Georgia Institute ofuchnology, 2002·WITH HIGH HONORSKYLE MCCLEAN DENTA.B., Northwestern University, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSRICARDO DE OLIVEIRA LEITEFILHOEng., Instituto Tecnologico de Aerondutica,Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, 2008 THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSANTONIO DE QUEIROZ GALVAONETOBacb., Uniuersidade Catolica de Pernambuco,Recife, Brazil, 2009MARGARET ROSE DESMONDA.B., George Washington University, 2008M.Phil., University of Cambridge, England, UnitedKingdom, 20I3CLAYTON DRUMOND DE SOUZABach., Uniuersidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie,Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2008Dipl., Fundacdo Institute de Administraoio,Sao Paulo, Brazil, 20IO·WITH HONORSADAM CHRISTOPHER DETTMERB.B.A., College of William and Mary in Virginia, 2006·WITH HONORSCHRISTOPHER T. DEVITTS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2008CONOR DEVITTA.B., Trinity College Dublin/Coldiste na TriondideBaile Atha Cliatb, Ireland, 2007B.Eng., ibid., 2007M.Sc., ibid., 2008·WITH HONORSAKANKSHU DHAWANBiTech., Dbirubhai Ambani Institute ofInformation and Communication uchnology,Gandhinagar, India, 2008S.M., University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, 20IISHUO DIAOB.B.A., Hong Kong University of Science andTechnology. Kowloon, 20IIJOHN HOUSTON DICKENS IIS.B., University of Virginia, 2009·WITH HONORSRACHEL WOLF DIETRICH5.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2009LANCE ALAN DIETZS.B., United States Military Academy, 2008GRACE DING5. B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008MICHAEL ALAN DIXONB.B.A., University of Oklahoma, 2000J.D., ibid., 2004LL.M., Northwestern University, 20IIJONATHAN DOLDA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2004JOHN JOSEPH LAUCKADOMANSKISB.B.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008FLEURI DOMINGUES BARRETOARRUDABach., lnstituto Tecnoldgico de Aerondutica,Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, 2009SCOTT ROBERT DONAHUE5.B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006AUBREY CAITLIN DONNELLANS.B., Carnegie Mellon University, 2007DAVID HARVEY DORFMANB.B.A., Emory University, 2007·WITH HONORSSIDDHARTH DOSHIB.Eng., University of Mumbai, India, 2009VANESSA DOMINIQUE DOUYONA.B., University of Florida, 2009STACY HUA DUA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2007ADAM JOSEPH DUNLAPA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2007ELIZABETH BOYD DUNNEBACKS. B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004MICHAEL EDOUARD DUPONT­MADINIERS.B., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2008 FERNANDO DURANTE BANCIEng., Uniuersidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2009·WITH HONORSTHOMAS EDWARDDURRENBERGER, JR.A.B., University of Florida, 2008·WITH HONORSEDWARD JOSEPH DUSZLAK IIIA.B., Dartmouth College, 2007·WITH HIGH HONORSWILLIAM DWORSKYA.B., University of North Carolina at ChapelHillc zoto·WITH HIGH HONORSADAM EARLA.B., Case Western Reserve University; 2008FRIEDRICH HUBER EBEDE5.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2006ANDREW COOPER EDELMANA.B., Davidson College, 2007·WITH HIGH HONORSASSAF EISENBERGB.Sc. (Hans), Technion-Israel Institute ofuchnology,Haifa,20IIAHMAD HATEM ELAYATS.B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005S.M., ibid., 2006·WITH HIGH HONORSOMAR EL HMAISSYB.Eng., American Univmity ofBeirut, Lebanon, 2009MOHAMED EL SAIDB.Eng., McGill University, Montreal,Queb�c, Canada, 2008JONATHAN EDWARD ENGA.B., Northwestern Uniuersity; 2003BAYASGALAN ENKHBAATARA.B., American University in Bulgaria,Blagoeugrad, 2008JUAN PABLO DAMIANERRAZURIZ GUZMANLie, Uniuersidad Catolica de Santiago, Chile, 2008Ing., Pontiftci« Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2008YAZMIN MONTSERRATESPINOSA MATTARA.B., Institute Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 20I2LEE STUART ETTLEMANS.B., Northwestern University; 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSSIMONE ELIZABETH FACEYS.B., Florida Agricultural and MechanicalUniuersity; 2007M.P.P., University of Chicago, 20I5·WITH HIGH HONORSCONOR FERNANDEZA.B., Dartmouth College, 2008DAVID ANTHONY FERNANDEZA.B., Princeton University: 2005MiDio., Princeton Theological Seminary, 20IICESAR ANTONIO FERNANDEZGlOVEBach., Pontifici« Uniuersidad Catolica d�l Peru,Lima, 2008Mast., Uniuersidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas,Lima, Peru, 20IIANDRES FERNANDEZWHITECHURCHS.B., Babson College, 2008SANTIAGO ALEJANDRO FERRARILie, Uniuersidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009Mast., Unioersidad de San Andres Buenos Aires,Argentina, 20I2STEPHEN RANEY FISHERS.B., L�high University, 2004EMMETT JAMES FITZPATRICKA.B., Villanova University; 200739THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONLAWRENCE W. FLACK IIS.B., Uniuersisy of Dayton, 2006TIMOTHY JAMES FLANNERYB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2008JAYE SAMANTHA FLAVINS.B., University of Dayton, 20IOJULIE ELIZABETH FOGARTYA.B., Dartmouth College, 2006THOMAS LAYTON FOOTEA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2009'WITH HIGH HONORSBRYAN P. FOREROB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2005JASON COZELL FORTES.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2009TANYA FRASERA.B., Georgia State University; 2007JENNIFER PORTER FRIEDA.B., Northwestern University. 20IO'WITH HONORSJONATHAN FRIEDMANS.B., Ohio State University; Columbus, 2008YONATHAN YONI FRIEDMANA.B., Hebrew University ofjerusalem, Israel, 20IIMATTHEW JOSEPH FRIENDA.B., Middl�bury College, 2007'WITH HIGH HONORSTIMOTHY MCGREGOR FRIESS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008ILEANA MIREIA FUNEZB.A. (Hans), University ofWuttrn Ontario, London,Canada, 2008RUSHABH PRAKASH GALAB.Eng., Viv�kanand Education Society's Institute ofTechnology; Mumbai, India, 2005M.B.A., Narsee Monjee Institute of ManagemenrStudies, Mumbai, India, 2009RITESH GANERIWALB.Eng. (Hons), Birla Institute of Technology andScience, Pilani, India, 2006'WITH HONORSJUAN PABLO GARAVITO JURINIng., Uniuersidad tk Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, 2008Dipl., Colegio de Estudios Superiores d�Administracion, Bogota, Colombia, 20I2STELLA GARBERA.B., Northwestern University; 2009PRAVEER GARGB. Tecb., Indian Institute ofTtchnology Delhi, NnoDelhi, India, 2008'WITH HONORSSUPREET GARGIS.B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007VICTOR GARRIDO FREYRIAA.B., Institute Tecnologico Auttinomo de Mexico,San Angel, 20I3ADAM KINSLER GARSONA.B., Johns Hopkins University. 2009S.M., University of Pennsylvania. 20IIELIZABETH GARVEYS.B., Santa Clara University, 2006LEWIS JOHN GAYDONS.B., University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus,2007LUIS FELIPE GAZITUAUNDURRAGAIng. Com., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2008'WITH HONORSBRIAN JAMES GEDDESA.B., University of California, Los Ang�l�s, 2007JESSE RYAN GERARDB. B.A. , University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2008SHAlL MEERA GHAEYS.B., Tufts University, 200640 NICOLE IDA GHAFARIS.B., Boston College, 2008'WITH HONORSPOOJA GHERAB.Eng., University of Delhi, New Delhi, India, 2007ADAM MICHAEL GILBERTA.B., D�Pauw University, Greencastle, Indiana,20IOSARAH GILMANA.B., Colgate University; 2009JUSTIN WILLIAM GILSONA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008'WITH HONORSMELISSA CATHERINE GINDERS.B., Washington and Lee University, 2009JASON ROSS GINSBERGS. B., University of Pennsylvania, 2008JULIE MARIE GINSBERGA.B., Princeton University, 2006KYLE DOUGLAS GLENNS.B., Georgi» Institute of Technology, 2008'WITH HONORSCLAYTON WAYNE GLOVERS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2008REBECCA ANNE GODBEYS.B., Butler University, 2006PUSHKARPRAFULGODKARS.B., University of Maryland at College Park, 2005ROSS JOHN GOGLIAS.B., University of Virginia, 2009'WITH HONORSAARON BURTON GOLDS.B., New York University, 2009'WITH HONORSHANNAH JULIA GOLDBERGA.B., Carleton College, 20IOLYSANDRA GOLHATH KNOPPALVESEng., Institute Tecnologico de Aerondutica, Sao Josidos Campos, Brazil, 2009HERNAN G6MEZ CISTERNASLie, Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2009'WITH HIGH HONORSRAQUEL AZAHARA G6MEZSIRERAS.B., Georgetown University, 2008JACOB ALEXANDERGOMOLINSKI-EKELA.B., Franklin and Marshall College, 2008'WITH HONORSANDERSON LUIZ GON<;ALVESBAPTISTABach., Uniuersidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2007FEDERICO MARTIN GONZALEZLie, Institute Tecnologico de Buenos Aires,Argentina, 2009Mast., Uniuersidad de San Andres, Buenos Aires,Argentina, 20IORODRIGO SAUL GONZALEZA.B., Augsburg College, 2003CLAUDIA MARIANA GONZALEZCANOBach., Uniuersidad del Pacifico, Lima, Peru, 2006Bach., ibid., 2007'WITH HONORSJOSE LUIS GONZALEZ GARCfAEng., Unioersidad lberoamericana, Mexico City,Mexico, 20I2'WITH HONORSKATHRYN JENNIE GOODMANB.A. (Hons), The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya,brad,2008S.M., Northwestern University; 20I2MAVRICK LLOYD GOODRICHS.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 2008 ELISABETH DEAN GOOSSENA.B., Northwestern University, 2008VIKRAM GOPALANB.Eng., University of Madras, Cbennai, India, 2002S.M., University of Kmtucky, 2004KAUSHIK GOSWAMIB.Eng., Birla Institute of Tecbnology. Mesra, India, I997S.M., George Washington University; 200IARTUR JACEK GRABOWSKIS.B., Case W't-stern Reserve University; 2007'WITH HONORSJONATHAN KAIN GREENBERGA.B., Nortbu/estern University, 2008GARY KEVIN GRIFFINS.B., Santa Clara University; 2006MEGAN ELEANOR GRISOLANOA.B., Vanderbilt University; 20IO'WITH HIGH HONORSXUEBIN GUANB.Eng., Zbejiang University; Hang Zhou, China, 2003TOMAs GUEVARALie, Uniuersidad Catolica Argentina, Buenos Aim, 2008ARCHIT GULATIS.B., Michigan State University, 2005'WITH HONORSZEYNEP NUR GUNAYA.B., University of Chicago, 20II'WITH HONORSSANCHI GUPTEB.A. (Hons), University of Delhi, New Delhi,India, 2006M.Econ., North Carolina Stat« University atRaldgh, 2006QING GU-STEERSS.B., Tongji University, Shanghai, China, 2007M.Sc., Uppsala Uniuersitet, Sweden, 20I2ARTURO GUTIERREZFERNANDEZS.B., University of Missouri-Rolla, 2005JOHN HENRY HACKERSONS.B., University of Virginia, 20IOMELIS HALACS.B., Boston College, 2009MELISSA AILEEN HAMILTONS.B., University of Missouri-Columbia, 2005M.Acc., ibid., 2005DAN HANB.B.A., Heibei University; Baoding, China, 2004M.Sc., University of Reading, England,United Kingdom, 2005WILL WEI HANS.B., State University of New York at Buffalo, 2006BENJAMIN DAVID HANESSIANA.B., Tufts Uniuersity; 2009LEE CHRISTIAN HANEYS.B., United States Naval Academy, 2008'WITH HONORSALYSANN GALE HANSENA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOKYLE JAMES HANSENS.B., Arizona State University; 2009TAAHA HAQS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2006JAMES CHRISTOPHER HARRISA.B., Cornell University; Ithaca, New York, 20IOJOANNA ROSE HARTZMARKS.B., Carnegie Mellon University; 20IOMOHAMMED TARIQ HASANS. B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003SYED AD EEL HASANS. B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009SHAHEEN HASHMIB. Com. (Hons), University of Manitoba, Winnip�g,Canada, 2005SYED NABEEL HASNAINS.B., Stanford University, 2007S.M., ibid., 2007JOHN HAUGA.B., University of Miami, 2004A.M., Johns Hopkins University, 20I2COREY MICHAEL HAWKS.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20IOASHLEY MCGUIRE HAWNA.B., Denison University, 2008JOHN PATRICK HEAGYA.B., Swarthmore College, 2008-WITH HIGH HONORSKEVIN PATRICK HEANEYS.B., University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2000MICHAEL THOMAS HEENANS.B., Pennsylvania State University,University Park, 2007RUI HEHS.B., University of Houston-University Park, 2002S.M., Texas A&M University, College Station, 2006ERIC HENDRICKSONS.B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007-WITH HONORSVALERIE DANIELLEHENDRICKSONS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006STEFAN DONALD HENNESSYA.B., Boston College, 2007-WITH HONORSMICHAEL BARRETT HENNIGS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2007TIMOTHY JOSEPH HEYENS.B., Bradley University, 2003GARRETT MICHAEL HILLS.B., Louisiana State University and Agriculturaland Mechanical College, 2008S.M., North Carolina State University at Rakigh, 20IOMATHEW RODDY HILLS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 20IOHENRY WILLIAM HILLEBRAND IVS.B., University of Virginia, 2009ROBERT JOHN HOFFMANS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2005-WITH HONORSTERESA LYNN HOFFMANA.B., Williams College, 20IOSARAH ROSE HOLCOMBS.B., Georgetown University, 2009-WITH HONORSANDERS BREKKE HOLDENB.Sc., Norges Handelsh'Yskok, Bergen, Norway, 20II-WITH HONORSBRIAN ROCKWELL HOLTZS.B., wake Forest University, 2009SOONJOON HONGS.B., University of Virginia, 2005MALLORY PATRICE HOREJSA.B., Northwestern University, 2009MAILE McCALLISTER HOUSELA.B., New York University, 2006JEFFREY HSUA.B., Princeton University, 2008HUI-CHI HUANGS.B., Northwestern University,2009S.M., ibid., 2009SHUJIA HUANGB.B.A., ShanghaiJiao Tong University, China, 2008MEGAN MARIE HUGHESA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2006MIGUEL TOMAS HUNTERA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 2008BRAD HURWITZS.B., Purdue University. �st Lafayette, Indiana, 2006S.M., University of Southern California, 2008 THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSKUMAIL HUSSAINS.B., University of Texas at Austin, 2008M.Eng., North Carolina State University atRaleigh, 20I2DIEGO IBARRA CERVANTESEng., lnstituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superioresde Monterrey, Mexico, 2004M.Eng., Texas A&M University. College Station, 2008YUSIF IDDIRISUB.Sc., University of Ghana, Legon, 20IOIVAILO ILIEVB.B.A., Northwood University, 'Wt>st Palm Beach,Florida, 2005NICOLAS ALBERTO INFANTEBENAVENTELie, Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolic« de Chile,Santiago, 2007Mag., UniversidadAdoljoIbdiiez, Santiago, Chik,2009SEAN MILES ITTELSB., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2005-WITH HONORSGLEN CHRISTOPHER IVESS.B., United States Naval Academy, 2008DAVID JAS.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2007-WITH HONORSADAM T. JACKSONS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008RYAN JAMES JACKSONS.B., University of North Carolina atChapel Hill, 2007-WITH HONORSJOHN GABRIEL JACOBSENA.B., University of California, Irvine, 2005YUNUS JAFFREYS.B., New York University, 2008ALAY RAZA JAFRIS.B., Santa Clara University, 2007AAKASH JAINS.B., Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, 2004M.Eng., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2005ANKIT JAINA.B., University of Chicago, 2009-WITH HONORSMICHAEL MURPHY JANKOA.B., Duke University, 2009SUNITA JASTIS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004ERIC JENGA.B., University of California, Los Angeks, 2009JATIN JINDALBiTecb., Indian Institute ofuchnology Bombay,Mumbai, India, 2009M.uch., ibid., 2009RAJKUMAR JOSEPH JOHNBRITTOB.Eng., Visvesvaraya Technological University ,Bangalore, India, 2004S.M., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2006ADAM JOHNSONS.B., University of Tennesse« at Knoxville, 2002MEGAN ELIZABETH JOHNSONA.B., University of Richmond, 2005RYAN JOHNSONA.B., Tufts University, 2007BRANDON ROSS JONESS.B., University of Southern California, 2006PARDHA SARADHI S.JUJJAVARAPUB.Eng., Andhra University, waltair, India, I993M.uch., National Institute of Foundry and ForgeTechnology; Rancbi, India, I997SUNGJOON JUNA.B., Boston University, 2008KARL PAUL KADON IVA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2007 GEORGE CARY KALANTS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003ZOLTAN KALMANOVICHB.Sc., Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, 2009EDDIE KANGS.B., United States Military Academy, 2008SACHIN KASHYAPS.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2007BRUCE KAUFMANS.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2006PRASAD KAZA SRIRAMB.Eng., PSG College ofuchnology,Coimbatore, India, 2002M.Eng., Texas A&M University. Colkge Station, 2004TYLER ROBERT KEARNA.B., Occidental College, 20IOBRIANA ARMINA KEARNEYA.B., Georgetown University, 2009ALPANA PRABHUDESAI KELKARB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2009RYAN CHRISTOPHER KELLEYS.B., University of Virginia, 20IO-WITH HIGH HONORSMATTHEW SCOTT KENNEDYA.B., Northwestern University, 2009ALEXANDRA KERNA.B., Duke University, 2008ALI MOHAMMAD KHACHANB.Eng., American University ofBeirut, Lebanon, 2004M.App.Sc., University of Toronto, Ontario,Canada, 2006-WITH HIGH HONORSSAADIHA KHALIQS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004SVITLANA KHOLEVANDipl., 'Taras Shevchenko' National University ofKyiv, Ukraine, 2007Dipl., ibid., 2009TETIANA KHOLEVANDipl., 'Taras Shevcbenko' National University ofKyiv, Ukraine, Ukraine, 2007Dipl., ibid., 2009ELIZABETH TARWATER KIBLERS.B., Wake Forest University, 20II-WITH HIGH HONORSROBERT MATTHEW KIEFERA.B., Michigan State University, 2007JULIAN KILCULLENB.B.A., University of Miami, 2006TAE E. KIMS.B., United States Military Academy, 2005YOUNGRAK KIMB.B.A., Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 2006ANDREA KATHLEEN KINDERS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2004ANNA CHRISTINA KINGA.B., University of Chicago, 2009JOSHUA BRYAN KINGA.B., Pepperdine University, 2005STEPHANIE TYNER KINGA.B., Amherst College, 20IOKATELYN MARIE KINKERA.B., George Washington University,20IoAHSAN SAEED KIRMANIB.Sc. (Hans), Lahore University of ManagementSciences, Pakistan, 2006SM., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2008REGGY KIZHAKEPUNNURS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004MAOR KLEIDERB.Sc., Ben Gurian University of the Negev,Be'ersheua, Israel, 2006M.Sc., ibid., 20II-WITH HONORS41THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONJACKLYN WOODS KLEINS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009BRETT JARED KOCHB.B.A., University of Iowa, 2007·WITH HONORSJEFFERSON CALVERT KOHLERS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2006·WITH HONORSNISHTHA KOHLIBach., St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, India, 20IOSAl SHANTHAN R. KONDAKINDIB. Tecb., International Institute of InformationTechnology, Hyderabad, India, 2007VISWANATH KOTTAB.Eng., Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 2000S.M., University of California, Los Angeles, 2003PETER BERGEN KRAUSSB.B.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008SWETHA KRISHNAKUMARS.B., Georgia Institute of Technology, 20IINIAMH MAURA KRISTUFEKA.B., Lake Forest College, I999JEREMY ROBERT KROSSA.B., Northwestern University, 2009LAUREN MARIE KUCZEKS.B., Villanova University, 2007TUSHAR VASANTRAO KULKARNIB. Tecb., Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati,India, I999S.M., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003HIMANSHU KUMARS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2002CHU YUN KUOS.B., National Yang Ming University, Taipei,Tawain, 2005S.M., ibid., 2008ADITYA KWATRAB. Tecb., Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee,India, 2004S.M., University of Southern California, 2006·WITH HONORSRAHIL KWATRAB. Tech., Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute ofTechnology, jalandhar, India, 2005S.M., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006·WITH HONORSTAE WOOK KWONA.B., Seoul National University, South Korea, 2007·WITH HONORSYONG JIN KWONS.B., University of California, Berkeley, 20095.M., ibid., 20IO·WITH HONORSCHATTRIN LAKSANABUNSONGA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOLINH MY LAMA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 20IOSORAYA MEHRI LUCY LAMBOTTEA.B., University of Chicago, 2009ANDREW PARKER LANGLAISB.B.A., Ohio University, Athens, 2009DANIEL IvAN LANKENAU LEALEng., lnstituto Tecnollogico y de Estudios Superioresde Monterrey, Mexico, 2009MICHAEL ANTONIO LARRENAGAS.B., University of Southern California, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSREBECCA JANE LARSENA.B., Carleton College, 2008·WITH HONORSSAMUEL JOSEPH LARSENA.B., Carleton College, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSLUDWIKA MARIA LASOTAS.B., Loyola University Chicago, 20IO ANNA FARA LASSITERA.B., University of North Carolina atChapel Hill, 2008S.M., Bank Street College of Education, 20I3DANIEL WILLIAM LEBETSAMERS. B., Arizona State University, 2007MARC XAVIER CORONALEBLOND5.B., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2006S.M., ibid., 2007·WITH HONORSCATON CHAFEE LEEA.B., Williams College, 2009HYUK JAE LEEB.B.A., Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 2008JOSEPH KYUNGMIN LEEA.B., University of Chicago, 2004·WITH HONORSSOLOMON M.W. LEES.B., Brigham Young University, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSYOUNG ROK LEES.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2002JIANXIONG LEIBiEcon., Central University for Nationalities,Beijing, China, 2002A.M., University of Cincinnati, 2007ERIN ROSE LENHARDTA.B., Reed College, 2008MANTANA LERTCHAITAWEEB.Econ., Thammasat University, Bangkok,Thailand, 2009MATTHEW ALLAN LETTINGAS.B., Taylor University, 2004SAMUEL LEVENBACKA.B., George Washington University, 2008TOVA LEVINA.B., University of Chicago, 2009ZACHARY ARON LEVINA.B., Emory University, 2007AARON HOWARD LEVITANB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2008M.RA., ibid., 2008HAGAR LEVYDipl., Tel Aviv University, Israel, 20IOLL.B., ibid., 20IOZIVANA SAVINA LEWISB.Eng., Manipal Institute of Technology, India, 2008BRYAN CHEE KEUNG LIB.B.A., Hong Kong University of Science andTechnology, Kowloon, 2007SHEN LIA.B., Oberlin College, 2008TRACY LIB.B.A., City University of New York, 2009YIXING LIS.B., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 20IOYUEHUA LIB.B.A., Hong Kong University of Science andTechnology, Kowloon, 2006CHIPENG LIANGA.B., University of Connecticut, 2009MIA LIEB-LAPPENA.B., Middlebury College, 20IO·WITH HONORSMICHAEL CHI TSUEN LIMB.Pharm., University of Sydney, New South Wales,Australia, I993M.Sc., University of York, England, UnitedKingdom, I995SUNG JAE LIMA.B., Seoul National University, South Korea, 2007SUNG YOON LIMB.B.A., Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 2004 LONG LINA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOKAVITHA LINGAMOORTHYB.Eng., Anna University, Madras, India, I996M.Sc., ibid., I999KRISTIN MCMILLIN LISKAB.B.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009HENG LIUA.B., Tufts University, 2009YI LIUS.B., jilin University, Chang Cbun, China, 2004S.M., Nankai University, Tianjin, China, 20075.M., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2009RODRIGO LOPEZBach., Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 2009CARA MARIE LOSACCOA.B., Colorado College, 2009FILIPE LOUREN<;:O JORGEBach., Pontificia Uniuersidade Catolica do Rio dejaneiro, Brazil, 2007CAROLINE LUA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2007YAO LUA.B., Harvard University, 2008AMY ELIZABETH LUBERTO5.B., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2006·WITH HONORSTHIBAUT ALFRED LUCKELDipl., Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Strasbourg,France, 2008Mast., College of Europe, Brugge, Belgium, 2009WAI MING LUIA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2006S.B., ibid., 2006·WITH HIGH HONORSJINGXIAN MAB.B.A., Shanghai [iao Tong University, China, 2009LI MA5.B.: Shanghai jiao Tong University, China, 2008S.M., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009·WITH HONORSPADMA DEEPTI MACHIRAJUB. Tech., Osmania University, Hydn-abad, India, 200IS.M., University of Houston-University Park, 2003KARA SHEA MACLAVERTYA.B., Amherst College, 2009NAVDEEP MAHAJANB.Eng., Panjab University, Cbandigarh, India, 2002·WITH HIGH HONORSUSMAN MAHER. A.B., City University of New York, 2008AITOR MAIZS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2008VIKTOR S. MAKAROVS.B., Vanderbilt University, 2009RANDEEP MALHANB.Eng., Nagpur University, India, I999S.M., University of Southern California, 2002M.Eng., Pennsylvania State University,University Park, 2006 .·WITH HONORSSABEEHA MALIKB.Sc.(Hons), Aligarh Muslim University, India, I998S.M., University of Illinois at Chicago, 200IZACHARY ADAM MALSOM5.B., Central Michigan University, 200IALEXANDRA BETH MANDLS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2000·WITH HONORSSARA MANGIAPANEA.B., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2009M.Sc., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 20IO·WITH HONORSRAVI MANGIPUDIB. Tecb., Indian Institute of Technology Madras,Cbennai, India, 2002PHILLIP J. MANTYHS.B., Georgetown University, 2009MAX MIGUEL MANUEL KEENOYLie, Uniuersidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2007·WITH HIGH HONORSNICHOLAS WILLIAM MARIETTIA.B., Brown University; 2005J.D., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008CHARLES HENRI JACQUESOLIVIER MARQUEM.Sc., Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan,Stockholm Su/eden, 2007Dipl., Ecole Nationals Superieure d'Arts et Metiers,Paris, Frana, 2008Masters, Ecole Supiri�ur� des Sciences Economiqueset Commerciales, Cergy-Pontoise, Frana, 2009TAfs VIRGfNIA MARQUESCORREABach., Fundarao Geudio Vargas, Sao Paulo,Brazil, 2008KONRAD HEINRICH MARTIB.Sc., Eidgmossisch� Tecbniscbe HocbscbuleZurich, Su/itzerland, 2006M.Sc., ibid., 2008D.Sc., ibid., 20II·WITH HONORSCHRISTOPHER STEVEN MARTINA.B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002DANIEL ROCCO MARTINOB. B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2008JORDAN THOMAS MASNICAS.B., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2006·WITH HONORSDONALD ROBERT MASSONI IIIA.B., Stevens Institute of Technology, 2009S.M., ibid., 2009JOAQufN ALBERTO MASSULARACHIng., Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2009PAULA MATTA LOUREN<;O JORGEBach., Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio dejaneiro, Brazil, 2008·WITH HONORSANDREY MATVEEVDipl., M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University,Russia, 2005MICHAEL PATRICK MCCONNELLS.B., University of Notre Dame, 2007CHRISTIAN ANTHONYMcDERMOTTS.B., Drexel University, 2009EDWARD DARNELL McDONALD, JR.S.B., United States Military Academy, 2003M.F.A., New York University, 20I3DANIEL OLIVER MCDOUGELLS.B., Saint Louis University, 2007WILLIAM ARTHUR MCENERYB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2007JUSTIN ROBERT MCPHEEA.B., Northeastern Illinois University, 2009SOFfA MEDINA FLORESLie, Uniuersidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City,Mexico, 20I2ANGELA MARIA MENDOZAMACANAZS.B., Tulane University, 2009Dipl., Uniuersidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, 20IO·WITH HONORSHAO MENGA.B., University of California, Los Angel�s, 2006ROHIT MENONB.Eng., Anna University, Madras, Cbennai, India, 2005S.M., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2007·WITH HONORS THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSDALE THOMAS MICHELSONS.B., Skidmore College, 20IOJETT MICHAEL MILLERS.B., Arizona State University, 2007MATTHEW JOSEPH MINIATA.B., Duke University, 2009MANISHA MISHRAB.Eng., University of Mumbai, India, 2005S.M., Pennsylvania State University,University Park, 2007PRAKRITI MISHRAA.B., University of Chicago, 20IIAPARNA MISRAS.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20IOS.M., ibid., 20IO·WITH HONORSRAJENDRA SRINIVASAMOORCHINGB.Eng., Bangalore University; India, 2003STEPHEN POPEL MOOREA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006TRAVIS FIELDING MOOREB.B.A., College of William and Mary in Virginia, 2006M.Acc., ibid., 2007ALAN MORALESA.B., Yale University. 2008LUBA MORGANS.B., Del'aul University, Chicago, Illinois, 2009ANNA MORIA.B., Brown University; 2006SRIDATTA MUKHERJEEA.B., Brandeis University, 2009SRIRAM MUKUNDARAJANB. Tecb., University of Madras, Cbennai, India, 200IS.M., University of Central Florida, 2005JOHN MARTZ MULLIGANA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008TIMOTHY MULROONEYA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007CEASAR MARCELLO MUNOZS.B., United Statu Military Academy, 2006ASHWATH NARAYANMURALIDHARANS.B., Lehigh University, 2007S.M., ibid., 2008MATTHEW RANDALL MURRILLS.B., Miami University; Oxford, Ohio, 2007KARA SCANLIN MYERSS.B., University of Virginia, 2006·WITH HIGH HONORSKIRAN KUMAR NANDYALAB.Eng., Osmania University, Hyderabad; India, 200IS.M., Illinois Institute of Technology; 2003RICARDO NASSER DE REZENDEFILHOBach., Fundacdo Getulio Vtzrgas,Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2009KENDRA FOREST NASSERIS.B., Creighton University, 20IO·WITH HONORSASHLEY MARJON NASSIRIS.B., University of California, Berkeley, 20IOM.D., University of Chicago, 20I5·WITH HONORSARJUN NATARAJANS.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2009·WITH HONORSWOSENSEGED NEGUSSIEB. B.A., University of Cincinnati, 2007ADAM ANTHONY NELSONA.B., Yale University; 2008·WITH HONORSSUMIT NEMAB.Eng., Barkatullah University, Bhopal, India, 200IS.M., University of Dayton, 2004 JESSICA LEIGH NEUFELDB.Com., McGill University, Montreal, Quibu,Canada, 2009DAVID BOON LEE NEWBERRYB.B.A., Emory University. 2007SEAN KEVIN NEWTONA.B., University of Chicago, 20IO·WITH HIGH HONORSYONG JIE GARY NGA.B., Connecticut College, 20II·WITH HONORSDANA RAY NICHOLSONS.B., Duk� University, 2009RICARDO MAXIMILIANO NIETOLie, Uniuersidad de Buenos Air�s, Argentina, 2009ANDREW CARTER NORTONS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006RAPHAEL NULMANS.B., University of Chicago, 2009·WITH HONORSSANDRA OBERHOLLENZERB.Eng., University of Queensland,Brisbane, Australia, 2005M.Sc., Ecole Nationals Superieure del'Aeronautique et de l'Espace, Toulouse, France, 2007Laurea, Uniuersits di Pisa, Italy, 2007PEDRO FERNANDO OBREGONA.B., Yal� University, 2007JASON MICHAEL ODOMS.B., Azusa Pacific College, 2009RYAN PETER O'HAREA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008TAIGA OKILL.B., Keio University, Tokyo, japan, 2009KEVIN MATTHEW O'LEARYA.B., Duk� University, 2008ANN CECELIA OLSONS.B., Purdue University, w.,st Lafayette, Indiana, 2005Mast., Illinois Institute ofuchnology, 2009·WITH HONORSWILLIAM OLSOVSKYS.B., University of Southern California, 2006LESLIE DEBRA O'MAHONYA.B., Cornell University; Ithaca, New York, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSOLIVER IKECHUKWUONYEKWELIB.Com., University of Calgary. Alberta, Canada,2oo5GIDEON NATHANOPPENHEIMERA.B., Colgate University, 2009JASON ORTIZS.B., Seton Hall University; 2008MARIA FERNANDA ORTIZGOMEZLie, Uniuersidad Extemado de Colombia, Bogota, 2007JANE DAMILOLA OSUNSANYAB.B.A., Emory University, 20IOFATIMA O. OTORIS.B., Tulane University, 2004S.M., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2006JOSE MANUEL OVALLE VERGARAIng. Com., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2006RYAN EDWARD OVERDEVESTB.B.A., Colkge of William and Mary in Virginia, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSCHRISTOPHER DAVIDOVERMYERB.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008·WITH HONORSDIEGO PAILLES BADIALie, Uniuersidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City,Mexico, 200943THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONHARSHAVARDHAN REDDYPAKHALBiTech., Indian Institute ofuchnology Madras,Chennai, India, 2004S.M., Purdue University; �st LafoyetU, Indiana, 2006CHRISTOPHER JEANGEORGE DOMINIQUEPANAGIOTOPOULOSS.B., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2008M.E.M., Duke University, 20I2·WITH HONORSSRIVIDYA KAVURU PANDYAS.B., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2006NIRMAL PANTB.Eng.(HonJ), Birla Institute ofuchnology andScience, Pilani, India, I992M.Sc., ibid., I992LIDDELL JACKSON PARCHMAN IIIS.B., United States Air Force Academy; 2008SARANG INDRA PARIKHB.B.A., University of Iexas at Austin, 2001·WITH HIGH HONORSMARCUS JEROME PASCHALLS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2008J.D., Vanderbilt University, 20IIMEGAN PATELA.B., Boston College, 2008NEIL PRAKASH PATELS.B., mtyne Stase Univn-sity, Detroit, Michigan, 2008SAMIR KAUSHIK PATELS.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005SARIKA MUKESH PATELA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 2001TEJAL RAMESH PATELS.B., Saint joseph': University, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, 2001TEJASH PATELS. B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004·WITH HONORSMARKONDAPATNAIKUNI SAMBASIVA PATNAIKB.uch., Nagpur University, India, 2006Dipl., National Institute of Industrial Engineering,Mumbai, India, 2001CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE PAYNES.B., Uniuersity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IOS.M., ibid., 20IIPACE PEGUESB.B.A., University of Georgia, 2009ANDREW RICHARD PELLEGRINIA.B., Northu/estern University, 2009NATHAN UCHENNA PELZERS.B., University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2006MELISSA KATHERINE PERALTAA.B., University of Chicago, 2001GERARDO PEREZ CAVAZOSLie, Instituto ucnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 20IOANDRES C. PEREZ MORALESA.B., University of Chicago, 2003M.P.P., ibid., 20I5MARCUS PETERSENA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOMEGAN RENEE PETITTIS.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 2009ALLISON ELISABETH PHILLIPSS.B., Georgetown University, 2001JENNIFER PHILLIPSB.Sc.(HonJ), University of Bath, England,United Kingdom, 2006JEREMY J. PHIPPSA.B., Northwestern University,2008GUILLAUME PIARDM.Sc., University of London, England,United IGngdom, 200344 ANTONIO PICCALaurea, Uniuersits Commercials Luigi Bocconi,Milan, Italy, 2008M.Sc., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2009VANESSA PINEDAS.B., Nortbtoestern University,2008ANNA ELIZABETH PIONEA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 20IO·WITH HIGH HONORSLUCA PIZZUTOLaurea, Uniuersita degli Studi di Roma Tor �rgata,Rome, Italy, 20IOMag., ibid., 20IO·WITH HONORSRHETT PHILLIP PLOTNERA.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2006NEHA PODDARB. Tech., Indian Institute of Technalogj Bombay,Mumbai, India, 2001·WITH HIGH HONORSJOSEPH M. POLANCICHA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008AMY PO ONA.B., University of Chicago, 2008KYLE ELLIS PORTNOYA.B., Illinois �sleyan University, 20IIERIN LEE POUILLIARDB.A., Uniuersity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IIANANTH V. PRASADBiEng., Karnatak University, Dharwad, India, I994MUKUND PRASADB.Eng., University of Delhi, New Delhi, India, 2001SANDEEP PRASADB. Eng. , University of Pune, India, 2004S.M., Carnegie Mellon University, 2008STEPHENSON SOUTHARDPRESCOTT IIS.B., Truman Stat« University, 2001·WITH HONORSMATTHEW WILLIAM PRETES.B., Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana,2009JOSEPH ANTHONY PRIKAZSKYS.B., Boston College, 2001·WITH HONORSJORDAN BOHN PRINCIPEA.B., College of William and Mary in Virginia, 20IOREBECCA MARY PRYORA.B., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSJOSEPH N. PUCCIO, JR.S.B., New York University, 2006REAM QATOA.B., University of Chicago, 2001Pharm.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 20I2YILIN QINBiEng., Shanghai [iao Tong University, China, 2003M.Eng., ibid., 2006S.M., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 20IO·WITH HONORSSUYUN QUS.B., University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2005JUNAID AKHTAR QURESHIS.B., Georgia Institute ofuchnology, 20I2·WITH HONORSDAVID RABIEA.B., University of California, Santa Barbara, 2009JOSHUA MICHAEL RAIZINS.B., Nortbu/estern University, 2009MADHURA ASHWIN RAJB.Eng., Kuoempu University, Shimoga, India, I999S.M., Del'aul University, Chicago, Illinois, 2004 PALANIAPPAN RAJENDRANB.Eng., Government College of Engineering,Pune, India, I996Dipl., Marine Engineering and Research Institute,Calcutta, India, I998NEIL INDUR RAMCHANDANIA.B., Franklin and Marshall College, 2008JAZMINE VANESSA RAMIREZA.B., Harvard University, 20IIFERNANDO RAMOS AMTMANNBach., Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 2009JASON VASKEN RAMSKIB.B.A., East Tennessee State University, 20IODANIELLE ROBERT RANIOLOS.B., Villanova University, 2009NISHANT RANKAB.uch., Indian Institute ofuchnology Delhi,New Delhi, India, 20IO·WITH HONORSSANDEEP RAOA.B., Harvard University, 2009·WITH HONORSPRATYUSH RASTOGIB.Sc., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2008JAYANTH PRIDHVI RAJRECHERLABiTech., Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,Hyderabad, India, 2003S.M., Loyola University Chicago, 2004SHRANUTHA REDDYS.B., Brandeis University, 2009NICHOLAS SCOTT REIERSONS.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 2009JAMES JOSEPH REILLYS.B., University of Virginia, 20IOSARAHJON KERINS REILLYA.B., University of Chicago, 2006BORA REPISHTIA.B., Middlebury College, 2008MARY PHAM RESTREPOB.B.A., Southern Methodist University, 2006JAMES MADISON REYNOLDS IVB.B.A., University of Georgia, 2009ANTHONY JAMES RICES.B., Ohio University, Athens, 2003PEDRO JOSE RICHARDSBach., Uniuersidad Catolic« Argmtina,Buenos Aires, 2001THOMAS E. RICHARDSA.B., Hillsdale College, 2001TIMOTHY ROBERT RICHARDSA.B., University of Chicago, 2001KIESEAN KENNETH RIDDICKA.B., University of Rochester, 2003S.M., ibid., 20I2MATTHEW FREDERICK RIEZMANA.B., Tufts University, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSTRISTAN EDUARDO RIQUELMEDONOSOIng., Pontiftcia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2001ANTHONY GASTON RIVAS.B., Wtosurn Illinois University, 2005ROBERT ROACHA.B., Georgetown University, 2009PHILLIP K. ROBINSONS.B., Univn-sity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001NICOLAs ROBLES MONSALVELie, Uniuersidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2008Mast., Uniuersidad Pontificia Comillas,Madrid, Spain, 20IOHOAI ANH ROCHEDipl., ilchnische Univmitiit Darmstadt. Germany. 2008Dipl..• Fern Universitiit. Hagen. Germany. 20IITHEODORA TATIANA BOULADRODMANA.B .• University of Chicago. 2007MARCOS VINICIUS RODRIGUESVIVACQUABach .• Ponti/fcia Uniuersidade Catdlica do Rio deJaneiro. Brazil. 2004Mag.• ibid.• 2007JOSHUA PATRICK ROGERSA.B .• Harvard University. 2007-WITH HONORSNATHAN ROGGB.B.A .• Baylor University. 20IO·WITH HONORSOLU ORITEIM ROSANWOA.B .• University of Chicago. 2007DOUGLAS JACOB ROSENSTEINS.B .• Indiana University Bloomington. 2009·WITH HONORSMATTHEW MAXWELL ROSSS.B .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2006S.M.• ibid.• 2007·WITH HONORSCHARLES PHILIP ROSSETTIS.B .• Bentky College. 2007ALEXANDER EDWIN ROTH MEIERA.B .• Yale University. 2008PAUL NORMAN ROTILIEA.B .• Carleton College. 2004S.M.• University of Missouri. Kansas City. 20IO-WITH HONORSCHEN RUANB.B.A .• Peking University. Beijing. China. 2009ABHISHEK RUDRALL.B. (Hans), University of Pune, India. 2003CHRISTIAN RUIZ OCHOAEng.• lnstituto ilcnolOgico y de Estudios Superiomtk Monterrey. Mexico City. Mexico. 2009Mast.• ibid.• 20I2·WITH HONORSMICHAEL VINCENT RUSSELLS.B .• University of Central Florida. 200IM.Eng.• University of Florida. 2003·WITH HONORSSTEVEN MARC SABINS.B .• University of Florida. 2004M.Acc .• Plorida Atlantic Univmity. Boca Raton, 2006MAITHILI SAGARB.Com .• McGill University. Montrlal. Qulbec.Canada. 2006LL.B .• ibid.• 20IOMAIREAD ELISABETH SALEHA.B .• Grinnell College. 2006NUWAN PRIYANKASAMARAWEERAS.B .• Indiana University Bloomington. 2008THIAGO SAMPAIO DE ATHAYDEEng.• Institute ilcnolOgico de Aerondutica. Sao Josldos Campos. Brazil. 2009-WITH HONORSJAYANTH SANKARB.Eng.• Regional Engineering College.Tirucbirappali, India. 2005S.M.• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2007JACOPO MARIA GIUSEPPESANNAZZARO NATTALaurea, Palitecnica di Milano. Milan, Italy. 2008Mag.• ibid.• 20IO·WITH HONORSERNESTO JAVIER SARIEGOMARQUEZLie, UnivmidadAdfJIfo Ibdna. Santiago. Chik.2006Mag.• ibid.• 2007Mag .• Universidad de Chik. Santiago. 20I2 THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSZACHARY DAVID SATLINA.B .• Washington University in St. Louis. 2009-WITH HONORSJEFFREY JAMES SAWINS.B .• United States Naval Academy; 2008KEVIN B. SCHAEFERS.B .• Lehigh University. 2006·WITH HONORSREID EDWARD SCHENKS.B .• Iowa State University of Science andTechnology. 2009MATTHEW ALAN SCHIFFMANS.B .• Brown University. 2009WANA SCHULZEEng.• Univmidatk Estadual de Campinas, Brasil; 2007JASON DANIEL SCHWABS.B .• United States Military Academy; 2005EVAN DAVID SCHWARZB.B.A .• University of Wisconsin-Madison. 20IOMARIA AGUSTINA SCLARANDILie, Uniuersidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina. 2008Mag .• Unioersidad Torcuato di ilila. Buenos Aim.Argentina. 20IIADAM JAMES SINCLAIRSEABROOKS. B .• Cornell University. Ithaca. New York. 2008A.M.• University of Western Ontario. London.Canada. 2009DAVID ELLIOT SEIFERTs. B .• Washington and Lee University. 2006·WITH HIGH HONORSLINA SERPILS.B .• Cornell University. Ithaca. New York. 2008MICHAEL JOSHUA SERVIANSKYA.B .• Amherst Colleg«, 2009EUGENE SETTOONS.B .• Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2008PRACHI N. SHAHS.B .• Boston University. 2008AKS HAT SHARMAB.ilch. (Hans), Banaras Hindu University.Vttranasi. India. 20IOMEENAKSHI SHARMAA.B .• University of Chicago. 2008VIJAY SHARMAB.Eng.• Deui Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya.Indore. India. I999S.M.• University of Texas at Dallas. 2003MAYA OLGA SHATONLL.B. (Hans), Hebrew University ofJerusalem.Israel. 2009A.M.• ibid.• 20I3HAIJING SHILL.B .• Fudan University. Shanghai. China. 2005JEFFREY DANIEL SHIFFS.B.• State Univmity of New York at Binghamton. 2008CARLOS JAVIER SIERRA AMORESLie, Uniuersidad tk Deusto, San Sebastian. Spain. 2007COLE SIGGARDS.B .• University of Utah. 2009ALEXANDER ELIOT SIMONA.B .• University of Chicago. 20II·WITH HONORSJACQUELINE SUZANNE SINGHA.B .• College of William and Mary in Virginia. 2004A.M.• Wake Forest University. 2006Ph.D .• University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 20IIVIRENDER SINGHB. Tech .• Banaras Hindu University.Varanasi. India. I996JASON LAMARR SMARTTS.B .• United States Military Academy. 2006CYNTHIA DARNITA SMITHS.B .• Bradley University. 2007 KATHERINE SMITHA.B .• Duke University. 2005KEVIN JOSEPH SMITHA.B .• Michigan State University. 2007JI YOUNG SONGA.B .• Sookmyung Women's University. Seoul.South Korea. 2007TARUN SOODS.B .• Drexel University. 2004DARREN MICHAEL SPICERA.B .• Princeton University. 2006BHARGAVI SRIVATHSANB.Eng.• National Institute ofilchnology.Tirucbirappalli, India. 2003M. CS.• Texas A&M Univmity. College Station. 2005·WITH HONORSVINOD VENKAT STALAMS.B .• Georgetown University. 2009SEBASTIAN STANKIEWICZA.B .• Michigan State University. 2009TIBERIU STEF-PRAUNDipl..• Uniuersitatea ilhnicil din Cluj-Napoce,Romania. I997Dipl..• ibid.• I999S.M.. Purdue Univmity. �st Lafayette. Indiana. 2003Ph.D .• ibid.• 2006BRIAN L. STEINBERGS.B .• Johns Hopkins University. 2007KEVIN ULYSSE STEPHENS, JR.S.B .• Yale University. 20IOM.D .• University of Chicago. 20I5KENNETH STEWARTA.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 200IA.M.. University of Chicago. 2004PATRICK J. ST. JOHNS.B .• Boston College. 2009CHRISTOPHER HERNANSTORAKER FERRERIng .• Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile.Santiago. 20IOMag .• ibid.• 20IOCHAD NICOLAS STRADERB.B.A .• Georgia Southern Uniuersity; Statesboro. 20IOSTEVEN STRYCULAS.B .• University of Maryland at College Park. 2004JAY VIJAY SUBRAMANIAMS.B .• University of Maryland at College Park. 2005ANURAG SUDB.ilch .• Indian Institute ofilchnology Delhi. 2009-WITH HONORSSHREERANG SUHAS SUDAMES. B.. University of California. Davis. 2006S.M.• Carnegie Mellon University. 2009CYRUS SULEMANS.B .• Indiana University Bloomington. 2008PATRICK RICHARD SYKESA.B .• Univmity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2008S.B .• ibid.• 2008MICHAEL DANIEL SZATKOWSKIA.B .• Oakland University. Rochester. Michigan. 2005D.P.. �yne State Univmity. Detroit. Michigan. 2007MICHAEL JOHN SZCZEPANEKS. B.. Univmity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 200IM.Acc .• ibid.• 2002SONNY TAlA.B .• Univmity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2009HICHAM TALEBALIM.Sc .• University of London. England.United Kingdom, 20IOYUNYI TANB.Mgmt.• Fudan Univmity. Shanghai. China. 2008GUY TARTAKOVSKYB. Sc. (Hons), Technion-Israel Institute ofilchnology.Haifa. 2008M.Sc .• ill Aviv University. Israel. 20I2-WITH HIGH HONORS45THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONWILLIAM RIGGS TAYLORS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20085.M., ibid., 20IOJAMES JOSEPH TENZILLOS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008ABHlTI TEWARIB. Tecb., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, NnoDelhi, India, 20IOKATIE MARIE THAEDERA.B., Princeton University; 2009EMILY THEISB.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008CLAYTON RICHARD THELENA.B., Michigan State University, 2006S.M., ibid., 2001DEEPA THIMMAPAYAA.B., Northwestern University, 2008J.D., University of Chicago, 20I5AMANDA VICTORIA THOMPSONS. B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006CHRISTOPHER JAMESTHOMPSONS.B., University of Florida, 2008MICHAEL SAM THOMPSONA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOMATTHEW RUGBY THORNEB. Com. (Hans), University of Quunsland, Brisbane,Australia, 2008LL.B.(Hons), ibid., 2008·WITH HONORSMICHAEL JOSEPH TIERNEYA.B., Michigan State University, 2006REID LANE TILESTONA.B., University of California, &rk&y, 2006MARCELO HENRIQUE TOLEDOSANTOSEng., Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil; 2001Dipl., Fundacao Getidio �rgas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2009YAN TONGB.Sc., University of London, England,United Kingclom, 2009PATRICIA TRACZA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOBHAVIK TRIVEDIS.B., Georgia Institute of Technology. 2009YIN YEE TSANG5.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006YANPING TUS.B., P�king University; Beijing, China, 2009AKAY CEYLAN ORS TUNCAKA.B., Dartmouth College. 20065.M., Bank Strut Colleg« of Education,N= York, 2009MICHAEL TUNGS.B., University of Southern California, 2008CAPRICE DOMINIQUE TURNERA.B., Columbia University; N= York City,N= York, 20I3REBECCA TYRPAA.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, I998ANDREW JAMES UNGERERA.B., Yal� University, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSKRISTEN NOBUKO UYEMURAA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOSAURABH ASHOK VAIDYAB. Eng. , University of Mumbai, India, 2005S.M., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 2001JAVIER VALENTI BATLLELL.B., Uniuersitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona,Spain, 2008Bach., ibid., 20IOMast., Escuela Superior de Administracion yDireccion d� Empresas, Barcelona, Spain, 20IIKRISTINA DIMITROVA VALEVAA.B., Smith College, 200846 RYAN MICHAEL VAUGHNS.B., Del'aul University; Chicago, Illinois, 2008ROSA DELIA VAZQUEZGUERREROBach., Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superioresde Monterrey, Mexico, 20IOMADHAV VERMAA.B., Macalester College, 2009·WITH HONORSJOHANNES VETSCHLL.B., Uniuersite de Fribourg, Sioitzerland, 2005Mast., ibid., 2001ANN T. VILLANOVAS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005IGNACIO ANDRES VINKEIng., Unioersidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas,Venezuela, 20IIRYTER PAUL VON DIPLOE, JR.A.B., Seattle University; 2Q08S.M., Boston College, 2009ANDREA ROSE VONK5.B., Northwestern University; 20II·WITH HIGH HONORSLEONARDO VON PRELLWITZLaurea, Uniuersita Commercials Luigi Bocconi,Milan, Italy, 2006DOROTHY BOSTON VOORHEESA.B., G�org�town University. 2008VALENTINA VULCUA.B., Northwestern University; 20IONISHA SARAH WADHWANI5.B., Washington Unioersity in St. Louis, 2008·WITH HONORSERIC SCOTT WAGENERS.B., Marquette University; 2005JOHN DAVID WAINWRIGHTA.B., Northwestern University, 2001·WITH HONORSDAVID THORPE WALLER, JR.B.B.A., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2005ISABELLA WANG5. B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004JASON ZHUORAN WANGS.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2001S.M., ibid., 20II·WITH HIGH HONORSJIANYU CHRISTOPHER WANGA.B., Oberlin College, 2001NORMAN DAVID WANGA.B., Northwestern University; 20IOXI WANGBtEcon., Nanjing University of Finance andEconomics, China, 2008S.M., Illinois Institute of Technology. 20IOXIWEN WANGA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IOYONGNING WANGBEcon., Shanghai [iao Tong University; China, 2001S.B., ibid., 20015.M., University of Chicago, 2009MARY CATHERINE WARISB. B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2008JAMES JOSEPH WElCHERA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2001BENJAMIN SCOTT WEISSA.B., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2009BENNETT WEISSES.B., Northwestern University, 20IOSTANLEY DEMETRIUS WELLS, JR.B.B.A., University of Cincinnati, 2001NOELLE WHITEHEADS.B., SUNY State University Colleg« at Geneseo,New York, I995·WITH HONORS MATTHEW DAVID WHITTAKER5.B., University of Richmond, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSSEAN MURRAY WIELANDB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2008·WITH HONORSMARK EDWARD WILLIAMSB.B.A., University ofG�orgia, 2001RYAN MICHAEL WINIARSKIB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2009·WITH HONORSMERON ARNON WINKLERS.B., University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005MATTHEW NELSON WITTA.B .. Nortbuiestern University; 2008LISA WRIGHTS.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 2001FANG-CHI WUA.B., National Taiwan University; Taipei, 2008KAREN JANE WU5.B., N= York University; 20IIJOANNA WUNGA.B., University of California, Berkeley; 2008YUMING XIANGS.B., Shanghai [iao Tong University, China, 200IS.M., University of Arkansas at Fayetteuill«, 2005ZHENG XIANGS.B., Tsinghua Unioersity, Beijng, China, 2008S.M., ibid., 20IO·WITH HONORSQIPING XUBEcon., Zh1iang Unioenity; Hang Zbou, China, 2001A.M., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2008M.A.S., ibid., 20IOYANG XUEB. B.A. (Hons), Chinese University of Hong Kong,Hong Kong, 2009DIANA YANA.B., University of California, Berkeley; 2001LINDA Y. YANA.B., Wtlltslq College, 2009PARAMESHWAR R. YANAMANDRAB. Sc. , Osmania University; Hyderabad, India, I996M. C.A .. ibid., I999SARAH FRANCES YANESS.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2008·WITH HIGH HONORSJAMES SUNGMIN YANGS.B., Wak� Forest University, 2008WARREN THOMAS KAMALU YATESS.B., University of Oklahoma, 2008S.M., ibid., 2009·WITH HONORSMICHAEL HOGAN YEUNGA.B., Northwestern University; 2008CLIFFORD YOOKS.B., Chapman University, 2009JONG SU YOON5.B .. Illinois Institute of Tecbnology; 2008SALLY SUJIN YOONS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001JASON DAVID YOSHIMURAA.B., Reed College, I994BENJAMIN MARK YOUNGA.B., Pepperdine University; 2006MICHAEL JOSEPH YOUNGS.B., United States Air Fora Academy, 200IMast., Air University; Alabama, 20I2PABLO ANDRES ZAMORANOMALDONADOEng., Uniuersidad d« Concepcion, Chile, 2006M.Sc., University of Nottingham, England,United Kingclom, 2001ASHLEE FOX ZAROLINSKIS.B., Fairfield University, 2006·WITH HONORSJIALU ZHANGB.Econ., Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, 2008·WITH HONORSLU ZHANGS.B., Peking University; Beijing, China, 2009M. Sc. , University of London, England,United Kingdom, 20IO·WITH HIGH HONORS THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESSWENYIZHAOB.Mgmt., Soochow University, Suzbou, China, 20IOBOHONG ZHENGA.B., Shanghai International Studies University,China, 2009HAINING ZHENGB.Econ., Shanghai International Studies University,China, 2009LYUBOMIR ZHOTEVS.B., Tehnicesk! Unioersitet Sofia, Bulgaria, 2005 MINGJUE ZHOUA.B., Uniuersity ofW�surn Ontario, London,Canada, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSYINAN ZHOUS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2007·WITH HONORSAARON J. ZIELINSKIB.B.A., University of Nom Dame, 2007DAN ZOU5.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYTHOMAS JOSEPH BESTS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006S.M., ibid., 2007DISSERTATION: Hospital Bed CapacityManagementNADAV KLEINA.B., Amherst College, 2007A.M., University of Chicago, 2008M.B.A., ibid., 20I3DISSERTATION: Th� Topography of Generosity:Asymmetric Evaluations of Prosocial Actions acrossPeople, Cultures, and Ag« GroupsNITISH KUMARB. Tecb., Indian Institute of Tecbnology Madras,Cbennai, India, 2004M.B.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 2009DISSERTATION: Politics and Real Firm Activity:Evidence from Distortions in Bank Lending in IndiaSORAYA MEHRI LUCY LAMBOTTEA.B., University of Chicago, 2009M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Th� Distinctive Consequences ofCollective and Membership Social Identity Threats:Membership Has Its BurdensYAO LUA.B., Harvard University; 2008M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Essays in Health Economics DAN NGUYENA.B., University of California, Btrk�lry, 2007M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Th� Existence of ConsumerNegative State Dependence and Its Effict on ProductAssortmentsGERARDO PEREZ CAVAZOSLie, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 20IOM.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Sharing Private Information withCustomers: Straugic Defaul: and Lender LearningMAYA OLGA SHATONLL.B. (Hons), Hebrew University ofJ�rusa/�m,Israel, 2009A.M., ibid., 20I3M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: The Display of Information andHousehold Investment BehaviorANDREW SUTHERLANDB.A.S., York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2005M.B.A., Carn�gi� Mellon University; 2007DISSERTATION: The Economic Consequencesof Borrower Information Sharing: RelationshipDynamics and InvestmentYANPING TUS.B., Peking University; Beijing, China, 2009M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Connected Consumption YONGNING WANGB.Econ., Shanghai [iao Tong University, China, 2007S.B., ibid., 2007S.M., University of Chicago, 2009M.B.A., ibid., 20I5DISSERTATION: Clustering Multiple Time Serieswith Structural BreaksWEIWU5.B., Peking University; Beijing, China, 2003A.M., Duke University; 2008Ph.D., ibid., 2009DISSERTATION: Information Asymmetry andInsider TradingXIAO WUS.B., Nanjing University, China, 2005S.M., Northwestern University; 2007M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I4DISSERTATION: Consumer-Driven OperationsManagementQIPING XUB.Econ., Zh1iang University, Hang Zhou, China, 2007A.M., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2008M.A.S., ibid., 20IOM.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Kicking Maturity Downthe Road: Early Refinancing and MaturityManagement in tb« Corporate Bond MarketDAN ZOU5.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5DISSERTATION: Intertemporal Pricing of Neu/Products: Incentiuizing Consumer Learning andInertiaFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN THEUNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ANDTHE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESYEGUANG CHIA.B., Harvard University; 2008S.M" ibid., 2008M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5(Financial Economics)DISSERTATION: Private Information in theChinese Stock Market: Evidence from MutualFunds and Corporate Insiders ANTONIO PICCALaurea, Uniuersita Commercials Luigi Bocconi,Milan, Italy, 2008M. Sc. , University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2009M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5(Financial Economics)DISSERTATION: Dividend Risk and the Cross­Section of Dividend Risk Premia JULIANA R. SCHROEDERA.B., University of Virginia, 2008A.M., Uniueristy of Chicago, 20I2M.B.A., ibid., 20I4(Psychology and Business)DISSERTATION: A Self-Other MotivationalAsymmetry: People Overlook Others' High LevelNeeds Compared to Th�ir Own47THE DIVINITY SCHOOLSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.RECEPTIONSwift HallThird Floor Lecture Hallimmediately following the ceremonyDIPLOMA, HOODING, AND AWARDS CEREMONYBond Chapeln:30 a.m.THE DIVINITY SCHOOLDIPLOMA, HOODING, AND AWARDS CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPRELUDEPHILLIP KLOECKNER, OrganistPROCESSIONThe Millar Brass Ensemble(Please stand and remain standing until after the welcome)WORDS OF WELCOMEMARGARET M. MITCHELLDean, Divinity School;Shailer Mathews Professor of New Testament and Early Christian LiteratureTERESA HORD OWENSDean of StudentsGRADUATE DIPLOMA PRESENTATION AND HOODINGnames to be read by TERESA HORD OWENSFACULTY HOODERSDANIEL ARNOLDAssociate Professor of the Philosophy of ReligionsWILLEMIEN OTTENProfessor of Theology and the History of ChristianityWILLIAM SCHWEIKEREdward L. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of Theological EthicsREMARKSMARGARET M. MITCHELLDean, Divinity SchoolRECESSIONAL(Please stand)The Millar Brass EnsemblePOSTLUDEPHILLIP KLOECKNER, Organist49THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF DIVINITYFARTUN ADEN AHMEDS.B., Metropolitan State University, 20I2GEORGE ARCENEAUX IVA.B., St. Olaf College, 20IIJONATHAN D. BURKEYA.B., Olivet Nazarene University, 20IOA.M., ibid., 20I2HANNAH RUTH CAMPBELLGUSTAFSONA.B., Carleton College, 2009A.M., University of Chicago, 20I5PATRICK SHANE DERDALLA.B., University of Virginia, 20II NEIL GRAMS ELLINGSONA.B., Harvard University, 2006GAIL AUSTIN GOLDSMITHA.B., Marist College, 20I2JONATHAN DAVID HOLTMEIERA.B., St. Olaf College, 2008MARY ELLEN JEBBIAA.B., University of Southern California, 20I2S.B., ibid., 20I2ELIJAH DARNELL KINDREDS.B., Tennessee State University, Nashville, 2001ALLISON BETH LUNDBLADA.B., Oberlin College, 20I2 SETH KRISTOFER PATTERSONA.B., St. Olaf College, 2002M.F.A., Florida Atlantic University. Boca Raton, 2004MARGARET OLSON POTTHOFFA.B., Grinnell College, 2008M.P.P., University of Chicago, 20I5KATHRYN BARNARD RAYA.B., Oberlin College, 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 20I5JOHN MARC SIANGHIOA.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001A.M., ibid., 2009FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTSEMILIE EVE AMAR-ZIFKINA.B., Fordham University, New York, 20I3HASSAN SHAKEEL AWAISIA.B., Boston University, 20IIRONALD BARNESA.B., Cae College, I910ADAM JOSEPH BEYTA.B., Northwestern University, 20I2JAMES PATRICK BREENA.B., Lawrence University, 2009DEBORHA ASHLEY CAMPBELLA.B., Macalester College, 20I2EDAN DALSHEIM-KAHANE. A.B., Bard College at Simon's Rock, Massachusetts, 20I3JAY ELLIOTT EVANSA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, 20I3JENAE MARISSA GURLEYA.B., University of California, Riverside, 20I2ZACCARY ADAM HANEYA.B., St. Norbert College, 20I3CHRISTINA LOUISE JASKOA.B., Wheaton College, Illinois, 20IO RAFIA AMINA KHADERA.B., Benedictine University, 2009CHIME CHODON LAMAA.B., Smith College, 20IIIAN DANIEL LAWRENCEA.B., University of Delaware, Newark, 20I3AMANDA ELISE LEARYA.B., Valparaiso University, 20I3DOV NATAN LERNERA.B., Yeshiva University, 20IINICHOLAS REYNOLDS LOWEA.B., Wofford College, 20I3SHAWN DOUGLAS SAMUELMAcPHERSONA.B., University of Western Ontario, London,Canada, 20I3ALEXANDRA CHRISTINEMATTHEWSA.B., University of Oregon, Eugene, 20I2SOFIA MARIA MAURETTEA.B., Unioersidad Catolica Argentina,Buenos Aires, Argentina, 20I2DANIEL ANDREW OWINGSA.B., University of Chicago, 20II VIRAJ RAJANIKANT PATELS.B., Pennsylvania State University,University Park, 20IOALEXANDER JOSEPH SHAPIROA.B., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009TREVAR JAY SIMMONSB.A., Palm Beach Atlantic College, 2006A.M., Gardner- Webb College, 20IOKATHRYN A. SMIDSTRAA.B., Grand Valley State University, 20I2CHRISTOPHER WARD SMITHA.B., Lewis and Clark College, 2009HECTOR MANUEL VARELA RIOSS.B., University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, I990ALEXANDRA MARIE WADMANA.B., University of California, Los Angeles, 20I3TENG WANGA.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 20IICONNER SAMUEL WESTBYA.B., St. Olaf College, 20IISARAH VIOLET ZAGERA.B., Williams College, 20I3FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYPIERRE-JULIEN DANIEL HARTERLic., Universite Paris I (Pantbeon-Sorbonne),France 2002Mattrise, ibid., 2004DISSERTATION: Buddhas in the Making: Path,Perfectibility, and Gnosis in the AbhisamaytilarrzktiraLiteratureMARC EDWARD LIVECCHEA.B., St. Olaf College, I994A.M., Wheaton College, Illinois, 2001DISSERTATION: With Malice Toward None:The Moral Ground for Killing in War CHAIM MEIR NERIAA.B., Hebrew University ofjerusalem, Israel, 2002A.M., University of Notre Dame, 2003A.M., University of Chicago, 2006DISSERTATION: "It Cannot Be Valued with theGold of Ophir" (job 28:I6): Rabbi joseph B. Shem­Tab's Commentary on Aristotle's NicomacheanEthics Sources and Analysis ERIKA JOY JOHNSON TRITLEA.B., Luther College, I999A.M., University of Chicago, 2005OISSERTATION: To the jew First and to theGreek: Alonso de Cartagena s Defensoriumunitatis christianae and the Problem ofjewish Fleshin Fifteenth-Century SpainREBECCASCHARBACHWOLLENBERGA.B., University of Chicago, 2002A.M., Hebrew University ofjerusalem, Israel, 2006DISSERTATION: The People of the Book Withoutthe Book: jewish Ambivalence towards Biblical Textafter the Rise of ChristianityTHE WILLIAM B. AND CATHERINE V.GRAHAM SCHOOL OF CONTINUINGLIBERAL AND PROFESSIONALSTUDIESSATURpAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE CEREMONYInternational HouseAssembly Hall12:00 p.m.RECEPTIONInternational HouseRockefeller Loungeimmediately following the ceremonyTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONDIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPRELUDEThe Millar Brass EnsemblePROCESSIONALWELCOMEThe Millar Brass Ensemble(Please stand and remain standing until after the welcome)names to be read by BRIDGET COLLIERDean of StudentsMARK R. NEMECDean, William B. and Catherine V. Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional StudiesGRADUATE DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONM.L.A.,AND S.M. GRADUATESCERTIFICATE PRESENTATIONCERTIFICATE RECIPIENTSnames to be read by MARY DANIELSAssociate DeanFEATURED SPEAKERKATE COLEMAN, M.B.A. '78, M.L.A. '98Member of the Graham School CouncilEVP, Chief Strategy/Advancement OfficerYMCA of the USARECESSIONALThe Millar Brass Ensemble(Please stand)52THE WILLIAM B. AND CATHERINE V. GRAHAM SCHOOL OF CONTINUING LIBERAL AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIESFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LIBERAL ARTSJOSHUA DAVID BROWNA.B .• Wukyan University. I999A.M.• University of Chicago. 2003JOSEPH WALTER BRYSIEWICZA.B .• Lake Forest Coluge. 200IA.M.• Concordia University. 2008JANN INGMIRES.B .• Southern Illinois Univenity-Carbondal«, I980A.M.• University of Illinois at Springfield. I993 ZACHARY ISROWA.B .• Aurora University. 20I4GEORGE KOUPATADZES.B .• DeVry University; Oak Brook Terrace. Illinois.2002SORA MOONA.B .• Drake University. Des Moines. Iowa. 2008 KATHERINE LEE POMMIERA.B .• Flagler College. 2008CHARLES THOMPSONS.B .• Univtrsity of Maryland-University College.Adelphi. 2007M.B.A .• Northern Illinois University. 20IOAGNIESZKA KRYSTYNA TOPURA.B .• DePaul University. Chicago. Illinois 200IA.M.• ibid. 20IOFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCEALEKSANDRA BARANA.B .• Columbia College. Chicago. Illinois. 20I2(Threat and Response Management)THOMAS W. BARNETTA.B .• University of Illinois at Chicago. 2002(Threat and Response Management)NEIL BENEDICTB.B.A .• Saint Xavier University: 20I2M.B.A .• ibid.• 20I3(Analytics)JUSTIN LENNARD BREWERS.B .• Northeastern Illinois University. 20I2(Analytics)CHERYL BROWN-TALLEYS.B .• Western Illinois Uniuersity; I986M.P.A. Roosevelt University. I996(Threat and Response Management) FRANCISCO J. CRESPOS.B .• Georgetown University. 2008(Threat and Response Management)KIMBERLY THERESA NOWICKIS.B .• Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. I993(Threat and Response Management)SABEEN SHAMSIA.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 20I2S.B .• ibid. 20I2(Threat and Response Management)MARK SIGGELKOWB.A.S .• University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 20I3(Threat and Response Management)ARMANDO SILVAA.B .• Northeastern Illinois University; 2008(Threat and Response Management) SARA ELISABETH SOHMA.B .• University of New Hampshire. 2007(Threat and Response Management)PAMELA FRANCINE THOMAS-HALLS.B .• Elmhurst Coluge. I984S.M.• DePaul University. Chicago. Illinois. I998(Threat and Response Management)JANET TOLIVERA.B .• Saint Martin's Colltge. Lacey. Washington. I98IS.M.• Chicago State University. I99I(Threat and Response Management)WALTER JAMES WILLIAMSS.B .• Illinois Institute of Technology. I982(Threat and Response Management)5311:30 a.m.THE IRVING B. HARRISGRADUATE SCHOOL OFPUBLIC POLICY STUDIESSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.DIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYMandel HallRECEPTIONHutchinson Courtyardimmediately following the ceremonyTHE IRVING B. HARRIS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY STUDIESDIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESWELCOMEJEREMY EDWARDSSenior Associate Dean, Academic and Student AffairsALUMNI REMARKSDAN TANGHERLINI, M.P.P. '91Chief Operating Officer, Artemis Real Estate PartnersPRESENTATION OF DIPLOMASDANIEL DIERMEIERDean, Harris School of Public PolicyEmmett Dedmon Professor of Public AdministrationHOODING OF GRADUATESNames to be read by DOUGLAS GEIGERDirector of Student AffairsFACULTY HOODERSfor master's studentsKERWIN CHARLESEdwin A. and Betty L. Bergman Distinguished Service Professor and Deputy DeanAMY CLAESSENSAssistant ProfessorDAN COURSEYAmeritech Professor of Public PolicyDAMON JONESAssistant Professor55FACULTY HOODERSTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONRECESSIONALfor PH. D. studentsSCOTT ASHWORTHAssistant ProfessorDAN BLACKDeputy Dean and ProfessorKERWIN CHARLESEdwin A. and Betty L. Bergman Distinguished Service Professor and Deputy Dean(Please stand)CLOSING REMARKSDANIEL DIERMEIERDean, Harris School of Public Policy56THE IRVING B. HARRIS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY STUDIESFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTSLEAH RAINSFORD CALVOA.B .• Stanford University; 2009·WITH HONORSQIDONGB.Econ .. Zongnan Univ�rsity of Economics andLaw. Wuhan. China. 20I2·WITH HONORSKAZEEM OLUWOLE HAMEDS.B .• Lagos Stat« University; Nig�ria. 2005M.P.A .• Florida International University; 20IO YIYI HEA.B .• University of Southern California. 20I4A.M.• ibid.• 20I4MICHAEL HERBSTMANB.Mgmt .• Tulane University; 2007M.B.A .• Del'aul University; Chicago. Illinois. 20IOS.M.• ibib .• 20IIJASON ELLIOTT JAMESA.B .• Uniuersity of Notre Dame, 2000J.D .• University of Virginia. 2009 ZHIJUN QIANB.Econ .• Nanjing University; China 20I2CHRISTOPHER MICHAELRHYMESA.B .. Tulane University. 2009J.D .• Louisiana State University and Agriculturaland Mechanical Colleg«, 20I2SAMEER S. VOHRAA.B .• Northwestern University; 2004J.D .• Southern Illinois Uniuersity-Carbandale, 20IIM.D .• ibid.• 20nFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN THE IRVING B.HARRIS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES ANDTHE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESADRIANA CICCONES.B .• Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009 JENNIFER Y. GAlA.B .• University of Pennsyloania, 20n·WITH HONORS THEODOR KULCZYCKIS.B .• University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2009·WITH HONORSFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF PUBLIC POLICYALFONSO AMAYA PARRABach .• Uniuersidad de Los Andes. Bogotd.Colombia. 2008Bach .• ibid.• 2009Mast .• ibid.• 20IIM.B.A .• Univ�rsity of Chicago. 20I5DAVID THOMAS APPLEGATEA.B .• Boston Coll�g�. 2008ANDREA AREVALO ARROYOB.Econ .• Centro d� Inv�stigaciOn y DocenciaEconomicas, Mexico City. Mexico, 20IIYUSUKE ARITAB.Econ .• Hitotsubashi University; Tolryo. Japan. 2007ERIC AVILES HERRERAB.Econ .• Institute Tecnologico Autonomo de Mlxico.San Ang�l. 2005M.Econ .• ibid.• 2009MICHAEL AZMERAA.B .• University of Maryland at Coll�g� Park. 2008J.D .• G�org� Washington Unioersity. 20IIMUHAMMAD FAISAL ALI BAIGB.Sc .• Lahore University of Manag�mmt Sciences,Pakistan. 2009ANTONIA KATE BERNHARDTA.B .• Johns Hopkins Uniuersity; 20IJPAUL BERRYA.B .• Brown University; 2007CONSTANCE ELIZABETHBOOZERA.B .• Columbia Uniuersisy; Neio York City.Neio York. 20IJNORA KATHERINE BOUACHAA.B .• Beloit�. 20IOKRISTYN BRETZA.B .• Williams Coll�g�. 2007MELISSA LYNN BROWNS.B .• Northuiestem University; 20IJKATHERINE MARIA BUITRAGOA.B .• Univmity of Chicago. 2009LAURA LEE PRICE BURKSA.B .• Birmingham-Southern Colleg», 20IOJESSICA CABALLEROA.B .• Duke University; 2000M.B.A .• Univmity of Chicago. 20I5ZHENGYUE CAOB.Mgmt. Renmin University of China. &ijing. 20nS.M. Univ�rsity ofuxas at Dallas. 20IJ COREY JIALIN CHANA.B .• University of California. &rkdq. 2008ENRIQUE CHAZARO ACOSTAA.B .• Institute Tecnologico y d� Estudios Superioresde Monterrey; Mexico, 20IOTENGJIAO CHENB.Eng. Zh�jiang University, Hangzbou, China. 20nS.M. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 20IJ·WITH HONORSTINOTENDA LINDSEY CHITIGAA.B .• University of Chicago. 20IIJIYOUNG CHOIA.B .• Korea University; Seoul, 2008A.M.• Hanyang University; Seoul, South Korea, 20I2ROBERT JAMES CONLISKB.L.A .• University of Illinois at Chicago. 2008RUITING DAIS.B .• Huazhong University of Science anduchnology. Wuhan. China. 20I2MICHAEL DEHEEGERA.B .• Colby Coll�g�. 2007BENJO ALMONTE DELARMENTES.B .• University of tb« Philippin�s. Qunon City. 2005M.D .• ibid.• 2008A.M.• University of th« Philippines, Diliman, 20nMARY DESMONDA.B .• Syracuu University; 20I2MARfA FERNANDA DfAZ DE LAVEGA GARCIAA.B .• Institute Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,San Angel, 2009EOIN STEPHEN DILLONA.B .• Uniuersity of Wisconsin-Madison. 2008MICAH DONALD DOSES.B .• United States Naval Acad�my. 20IJJORDAN A. DURRETTA.B .• Knox Calleg«, 20IJSHAUN FINLEY EDWARDSA.B .• Washington And L�� University; 2008GREGORY MARK ELLINGSONA.B .• Central Coll�g�. hila. Iowa. 20IJSIMONE ELIZABETH FACEYS.B .• Florida Agricultural and MechanicalUniversity; 2007M.B.A .• Univmity of Chicago. 20I5LESLIE FAETHA.B .• Univ�rsity of California. Davis. 20II TANGELA SHAREESE NICOLEFEEMSTERS.B .• Southern Methodist University; 2007KAZUYA FUKUHARAA.B .• Keia University; Tokyo, Japan. 2000ALBERTO ENRIQUE GARRIDOCAMPOSB.£'S .• Univmidad de Chile, Santiago. 2008LOUISE CLARKE GERAGHTYA.B .• Connecticut Colleg«, 2009GREGORY C. GILLETTEA.B.• Univmity of California. Bak�/ry. 2008JONATHAN GIUFFRIDAA.B .• Princeton University; 20IOXUE GONGLL.B .• P�king University; &ijing. China. 20I2B.Econ .• ibid.• 20I2A.M.• Uniuersity of California. Los Ang� 20IJ·WITH HONORSEUGENIU HANA.B .• Uniuersitatea din Bucurqti,Bucharest, Romania. 20IOM.P.A .• Tsinghua University; &ijing. China. 20IJMARY CHARLOTTE HANLEYA.B .• Univ�rsity of Chicago. 20IIMARIANNE J. HARAMOTOCABRERAB.A.C.S .• Univmidad d� Chile, Santiago. 2000·WITH HONORSKAZUHIRO HAYASHILL.B .• Was�da University; Tokyo. Japan. 2009·WITH HONORSBUWEI HELL.B .• Fudan University; Shanghai. China.20IJCHERYL ANN HEALYA.B .• Wtlldry Coll�g�. 2009DANIEL KAY HERTZA.B .• Harvard University; 20IOJAMES COLEMAN HOWESA.B .• Bowling Green State University; 20IORYAN EVANS HUFFMANS.B .• Northwestern University; 2008·WITH HONORSKIARA RENEE HUGHESB.B.A .• Baylor University; 20n57THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONDAVID ANDRES IBANEZ PARRABiEcon., Pontificia Unioersidad [aueriana, Bogota,Colombia, 2008M.Econ., ibid., 2009ZAINAB IMAMB.Sc., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 2010XITAO JIANGA.B., Pennsylvania State University, UniversityPark, 2012ESPERANZA JOHNSON URRUTIAB.Econ., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2010TAKAYUKI KANAIB. Eng. , University of Tokyo, japan, 2005M.Eng., ibid., 2007HONGBO KANGB.Econ., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2012MAHMUT KARADipl., Istanbul Uniuersitesi, Turkey, 2005B.Sc., ibid., 2007S.M., Bilkent Unioersitesi, Ankara, Turkey, 2010·WITH HONORSPARUL KARNAB.A. (Hons), University of Delhi, New Delhi,India, 2008SOICHIRO KASHINOLL.B., University of Tokyo, japan, 2006J.D., ibid., 2008LARA KATTANA.B., Northwestern University, 2009STEPHEN KHANOYANA.B., Boston University, 2008S.M., ibid., 2013M.B.A., ibid., 2013DAHEI KIMA.B., Brandeis University, 2009HOMIN KIMA.B., Emory University, 2012ANNE MICHELLE KNAPKEA.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2006A.M., University of Chicago, 2015AYHAN KUCUKA.B., Bogaziri Uniuersitesi, Istanbul, Turkey, 2006·WITH HONORSJOYCE LAMA.B., University of New South Wales, Kensington,Australia, 2007LL.B., ibid., 2007BERNICE H. LEEA.B., National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2004SEUNG AH LEEB.Ed., Seoul National University of Education,South Korea, 2008KATRINA LEIGH LEWISA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20II·WITH HONORSHANFENG LIUB.Econ., Wuhan University, China, 2013SIYU LIULL.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2013BOFEI MAB.Econ., Tsingbua University, Beijing, China, 2013SUSAN CHADWICK MALLANEYA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 2009DERRICK MANA.B., Duke University, 2013SONA MARGARYANA.B., Yerevan State University, Armenia, 2009A.M., Central European University, Budapest,Hungary, 2010MAKSYM MARKEVYCHLL.B. Yaroslav Mudryi National Law Academy ofUkraine, Kharkiv, 2013·WITH HONORSLAURA ELYSSA MARTINA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 200858 KARLA ANGELA ELIZABETHMcLEANA.B" Oakwood College, 2012TONG MENGA.B., University of Washington, Seattle, 2013LAURA C. MEYERA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2009JAMIE MIZEA.B., Brown University, 2009MARTHA MONTIEL SIGLERA.B., Institute Tecnologico Autondmo de Mexico,San Angel, 2012ADAM DOUGLAS NATIONA.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2005M.P.H. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2008LUIS EUGENIO NAVARRO MURUAB.Econ., Centro de Inuestigacion y DocenciaEconomicas, Mexico City, Mexico, 2009KIMBERLEY LEITH NORMANA.B., Columbia University, New York City,New York, 2005MICHELLE NYGRENA.B., DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, 2012BRIAN PAUL O'CONNORA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2013MARISA CHRISTINE O'DONNELLA.B., University of Chicago, 2003A.M., ibid., 2015DANIEL PATRICK O'KEEFEHEIDI ORTOLAZA-ALVEARA.B., Carleton College, 2008A.M., University of Chicago, 2015AIDA LUZ PACHECO ALARCONB.Econ., Uniuerstdad del Pacifico, Lima, Peru, 2010M.Econ., ibid., 20II·WITH HONORSMARIA CLAUDIA PERERA PARRAEng., Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas,Venezuela, 2009M.P.A., Institute de Estudios Superiores deAdministracion, Caracas, Venezuela, 2012ANDRES C. PEREZ MORALESA.B., University of Chicago, 2003M.B.A., ibid., 2015LAUREN MICHELE PETTB.F.A., Syracuse University, 2001TATIANA PHILIPPOVAS.B., M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University,Russia, 2010MARGARET OLSON POTTHOFFA.B., Grinnell College, 2008M'Diu., University of Chicago, 2015MATTIE ELIZABETHPRODANOVICA.B., Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 20IIANUM QADIRA.B., University of Chicago, 2014·WITH HONORSANDREW RANCKS.B., Tulane University, 2004TAMKINAT RAUFS.B., Government College University, Lahore,Pakistan, 2005S.M., ibid., 2007CHASSE THOMAS REHWINKELA.B., Gettysburg College, 2009MATTHEW KENICHI REPKAA.B., Tufts University, 20IISANTIAGO REYES ORTEGAB.Econ., Uniuersidad de los Andes, Bogota,Colombia, 2010M.Econ., ibid., 2012TIAGO RIBEIRO DOS SANTOSLL.B., Pontificia Uniuersidade Catolica do Rio dejaneiro, Brazil, 2005 MICHAEL BRENDAN RILEYA.B., New York University, 2008LINA ROSSI IDARRAGALL. B., Pontificia Uniuersidad [aueriana, Bogota,Colombia, 2008SARAH MELAINE SAJEWSKIA.B., College of William and Mary in Virginia, 2010MISUZU MIYASHITASCHEXNIDERA.B., Northwestern University, 2006RAQUEL MARIA SEGUNDOS.B., Georgetown University, 2010SARAH FAYE SENTERA.B., Wake Forest University 2012YAJIE SHENGA.B., Peking University, Beijing, China, 2013·WITH HONORSNAZIHAH ADIL SIDDIQUIA.B., Northwestern University, 2011BRIAN CHRISTOPHER SILSS.B., Tulane University, 2009AMELIASNOBLINS.B., Seton Hall University, 2012FIORELLA MARGHERITASQUADRITTO HERRERAB.A. c.s., Pontificia Uniuersidad Catolica de Chile,Santiago, 2012CHRISTINE JOAN STIRRATA.B., Santa Clara University, 2010SIERRA REBECCA STONEYS.B., University of Mary Washington, 2009A.M., Georgetown University, 2013QI SUNA.B., Colby College, 2013KENNETH N. SUNDARESANA.B., Northwestern University, 2000SCARLETT SWERDLOWA.B., University of California, Berkeley, 2003CHAO TANGS.B., Wuhan University, China, 2013DI TANGA.B., Case Western Reserve University, 2013MICHAEL THOMPSONA.B., University of Rochester, 2010MAYUMI TOMITAB.L.A., University of Tokyo, japan, 2008ROBERT LAURENT VANNESTEA.B., University of Chicago, 2012MARY KATHRYN WAGONERA. B., University of Mary Washington, 2010NATALYA J. WALLINS.B., Grace College, 2005A.M., Duke University, 2010JUE WANGLL.B., Central University of Finance andEconomics, Beijing, China, 2012SIXUE WANGLL.B., Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2012YUANQI WANGB.Econ., Shanghai University of Finance andEconomics, China, 2011LL.B., ibid., 20II·WITH HONORSSARA ELISE WASSERTEILA.B., Boston University, 2007ASA WATTENS.B., Carnegie Mellon University, 2008·WITH HONORSERIN C. WATTSA.B., Fordham University, 2007SHANNON MICHELLE WHITEA.B., Boston University, 2006ANDI WIDIANTOS. T., Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology,Surabaya, Indonesia, 2003THE IRVING B. HARRIS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY STUDIESWENDY WONGS.B .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2009-WITH HONORSGIOVANNI ANTON MARZIANIWROBELA.B .• University of Chicago. 20I3 LIN XIAA.B .• Sun Ytzt-Sm Uniwrsity. Guangzhou. China. 20I2WENJUN XUS.B .• Chinese University of Hong Kong.Hong Kong. 2009M.Phil.• ibid.• 20I2 HIROKI YOSHIDAB.Econ .• University ofTolryo. Japan. 2008MEIZHE YUXIAOYUE YULL.B .• Beijing Fort:ign Studies University. China. 20I2A.B .• ibid.• 20I2FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYLAUREN SARTAINA.B .• University of Texas at Austin. 2004M.P.P.. University of Chicago. 2008DISSERTATION: Three Essays on Urban Schooling CONGYI ZHOUA.B .• Lanzhou University; China. 200IS.M. Nankai University; Tianjin, China. 2004DISSERTATION: Three Essays in AuthoritarianPolitics59THE LAW SCHOOLSATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.DIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYRockefeller Memorial Chapeln:30 a.m.RECEPTIONThe Law Schoolimmediately following the ceremonyTHE LAW SCHOOLDIPLOMA AND HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPROCESSIONALThe Millar Brass EnsembleWELCOMEMICHAEL H. SCHILLDean, The Law SchoolHarry N. wyatt Professor of LawPRESENTATION OF DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS AWARDJAMES B. COMEY JR., J.D. '85REMARKSDAVID A. STRAUSSGerald Ratner Distinguished Service Professor of LawPRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS AND HOODING OF GRADUATESLL.M. GRADUATESnames to be read by RICHARD 1. BADGERAssociate Dean for Graduate ProgramsJ.D. GRADUATESnames to be read by AMY M. GARDNERDean of StudentsFACULTY HOODERSDOUGLAS G. BAIRDHarry A. Bigelow Distinguished Service Professor of LawAZIZ HUQProfessor of Law and Herbert & Marjorie Fried Teaching ScholarSAUL LEVMOREWilliam B. Graham Distinguished Service Professor of LawJENNIFER NOUNeubauer Family Assistant Professor of LawRECESSIONALTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAWMATEO T. ACEVESA.B., Brandeis University; 20II'WITH HONORSANDREW CHARLES ADAIRA.B., Northwestern University; 2009'WITH HONORSANDREW M. ADAIRS.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20I2VIVIANA HELEN ALDOUSA.B., University of Texas at Austin, 20I2FARIDAT AROGUNDADEB.B.A., George Washington University; 20IITABITHA J. ATKINA.B., University of ILlinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20I2ANI AVAGYANA.B., University of California, Berkeley. 2008A.M., Loyola Marymount University; 20IOMICHAEL K. BALLEW, JR.A.B., University of Tennessee at Knoxuille, 20IILOUIS CUSHING BALOCCAA.B., University of Chicago, 20II'WITH HONORSRHIANNON N. BATCHELDERA.B., N= York University; 20IINORA ESTEFANfA BECERRAA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOBENJAMIN ANDREW BERKMANA.B., Northwestern University; 20I2'WITH HONORSELPITHA BETONDOA.B., Del'aul University; Chicago, Illinois, 20I2KATHRYN BIA.B., Dartmouth College, 2009B.Eng., ibid., 2009'WITH HONORSDAVID ISRAEL BIRNBAUMB. T.L., Ner Israel Rabbinical College, 20I2S.B., Johns Hopkins University. 20I2'WITH HONORSRACHEL ILANA BLOCKA. B., Surarthmore College, 2004S.M., Uniuersitat Pompeu Fabra,Barcelona, Spain, 2007'WITH HONORSERIN MARIE BOYDS.B., Spelman College, 2004S.M., Massachusetts Institute of Tecbnology. 2008PAIGE D. BRADDYS.B., Tulane University, 2009S.M., ibid., 2009BLAIR REBECCA BRADFORDA.B., University of Texas at Austin, 20I2B.B.A., ibid., 20I2'WITH HONORSCOREY KEENAN BRADYA.B., Florida State University, 20IO'WITH HONORSMATTHEW J. BRINCKSA.B., Northwestern University, 20II'WITH HIGH HONORSPETER JACOB BRODYA.B., Emory University; 20II'WITH HONORSBENJAMIN D. BROOKSB.Mus., California State University, Sacramento, 20I2'WITH HIGH HONORSWILLIAM W. BUCHERA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20II'WITH HONORSJOSHUA HART BURDAYS.B., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2009 MARY KAITLYN BURKA.B., Georgetown University, 20I2'WITH HIGH HONORSPHILIP JOSEPH AINSWORTHCARUSOA.B., University of Chicago, 2007M.B.A., ibid., 20I5'WITH HONORSNICHOLAS ANGELO CASELLIS.B., University of Scranton, 20I2'WITH HONORSROBERT CATMULLA.B., University of Nevada, Las Vtgas, 20IIWON HO CHOS.B., Johns Hopkins University, 20IOKENDELL R. COATESA.B., Northwestern University, 20I2RONI J. COHENA.B., N= York University, 20IIFABIANA COHEN LEVYA.B., Northwestern University, 20I2SEAN PATRICK COLLINSA.B., University of Maryland at Colleg« Park, 20I2'WITH HONORSEMMA JANE CONE-RODDYA.B., University of Chicago, 20II'WITH HONORSLAURA KATHLEEN CONLEYA.B., Weslryan University, Middletown,Connecticut, 2007A.M., University of Chicago, 20I2'WITH HONORSNICHOLAS STEPHEN DUFAUS.B., University of California, Berkeley, 20II'WITH HIGH HONORSHENRIK DUMANIANA.B., City University of N= York, 20IIMATTHEW THOMAS DuWALDTA.B., Kalamazoo Colleg«, 20I2CHRISTOPHER P. EBYA.B., Georgia College 0- State University, 20II'WITH HONORSTROY ALLEN EDWARDS, JR.S.B., Haverford College, 20I2'WITH HONORSANDREW ELKHOURYA.B., University of California, Berkelry, 20I2'WITH HONORSDANIEL SCOTT EMASA.B., Creighton University, 20I2DANIEL A. EPSTEINA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2007PAIGE ASHLEY EPSTEINS.B., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IOA.M., ibid., 20I2SIOBHAN M. FABIOA.B., George Mason University; 20I2MEG E. FASULOS.B., Kansas State University, 2007Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. 20I2'WITH HONORSEVAN M. FEINAUERA.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009S.M., Suffolk University, 20II'WITH HONORSJUDSON ROBERT FINNEGANA.B., Duke University, 20I2'WITH HONORSMAURIO A. FIOREA.B., Pennsylvania State University, 20IOS.B., ibid., 20IOM.B.A., Uniuersisy of Pittsburgh, 20I2'WITH HONORS PAUL J. FORMELLAS.B., Florida State University, 20I2'WITH HONORSALAN BENJAMIN FREEDMANS.B., George Washington University, 2008A.M., Johns Hopkins University, 20IOSONIA ELIZABETH FULOPA.B., Tufts University, 200IA.M., Washington University in St. Louis, 2003KATHERINE ANNE GARCEAUB.F.A., N= York University, 20IO'WITH HONORSLIOR A. GEFTA.B., N= York University, 20IIMONICA GHOSHA.B., University of Texas at Austin, 20I2JACQUELINE ANN GIANNINIA.B., Butler University; 20I2'WITH HONORSARIGLATTA.B., Touro College, 20IIAASIYA FARAH MIRZA GLOVERA.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 20IOM.Phil., University of Cam bridge, England,United Kingdom, 20I2NATHANIEL T. GOLDFINGERA.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 20IOJESSICA CASSANDRA GONZALEZA.B., University of Florida, 20IIBRITTANY E. GORINA.B., University of California, Berkelry,20Io'WITH HONORSALEX M. GRABOWSKIS.B., Northwestern University, 20I2'WITH HONORSJOHN JOSEPH GREIN IVA.B., Amherst College, 2009'WITH HONORSSARA KATHERINE HALEYA.B., Swarthmore College, 2008DANIEL NOLAN HAMMONDS.B., Truman State University, 20II'WITH HONORSDENIS N. HARPERA.B., University of Notre Dame, 2009'WITH HIGHEST HONORSDREW COLIN HARRISA.B., Brown University, 20IIS.M., University of London, England,United Kingdom, 20I2'WITH HONORSALEXANDER D. HAWGOODA.B., University of California, San Diego, 20I2CAROLINE E. HENRYA.B., Williams College, 20IOSARA ELISE HERSHMANA.B., Columbia University, N= York City,N= York, 20IOALEXIS C. HOLMESA.B., University of Maryland at College Park, 20I2STEVEN DOUGLAS HOYINGS.B., Ohio State University, Columbus, 2009M.Ed., ibid., 20IOBENJAMIN W. HUDGENSA.B., Claremont McKenna College, 20II'WITH HONORSTHOMAS ORLANDO HUYNHA.B., Michigan State University, 20IIKARA NICOLE INGELHARTA.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 20I2WHITNEY MARIE ISINGA.B., University of Georgia, 20I2B.B.A., ibid., 20I2ERICA ABRA JAFFEA.B., Knox College, 2008JACKIE LAROSA JAKABA.B., University of Chicago, 20IIMOLLY M. JAMISONS.B., Pennsylvania State University; 2009S.M., University of Pennsylvania, 20IIMILES HOVEKE JOHNSONA.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSRONALD CECIL JONES IIA.B., University ofArkansas at Fayetteville, 20I2SARAH KANGA.B., University of Southern California, 2009SAMITA TAHSIN KHANA.B., Johns Hopkins University; 20I2CHANGHO KIMLL.B., University of Tokyo, Japan, 2007LL.M., University of Chicago, 20I3CLARA B. KIMA.B., University of North Carolina atChepe! Hill, 20IOJOSHUA R. KORNFIELDA.B., University of Miami, 20IIMATTHEW B. KUGLERA.B., Williams College, 2005A.M., Princeton University, 2008Ph.D., ibid., 20IO·WITH HIGHEST HONORSLEE ROCHELLE LAXAMANAA.B., Loyola University Chicago, 2009LYLE BENJAMIN LEBLANGS.B., Tulane University; 2000·WITH HONORSANNIKA J. LEEA.B., University of California, Berkeley; 20IIDONG HUN LEEA.B., Johns Hopkins University; 20I2ROBERT JAMES LEES.B., University of Southern California, 20IIJEFFREY PAUL LEVINEA.B., Johns Hopkins University. 20II·WITH HONORSL1NGFENG LIA.B., Duk� University; 20I2IAN SCOTT LINDSAYA.B., Brigham Young University, 20I2LOUIS BRANDON L1SSA.B., Nartbtoestern University; 20IOBRYAN J. LOWRANCEA.B., Cornell University; Ithaca, New York, 2000A.M., Columbia University; New York City,New York, 2007M.Ph., ibid., 2009Ph.D., ibid., 20I2MYLES R. MACDONALDA.B., Claremont McKmna Colleg«, 20I!THOMAS MALINOWSKYA.B., University of Virginia, 20IITIMOTHY A. MARKEYA.B., Wabash College, 20I2·WITH HONORSCHRISTINA CRANE MATTHIASA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 20IOM.Phil, Trinity Coll�g�, Dublin, Ireland, 20II·WITH HONORSVASILlY MAYERS.B., University of Oklahoma, 20IOS.M., ibid., 20IIKATHERINE L. McCLAINA.B., University of Missouri-Columbia, 20I2JEFFREY S. McINTOSHB.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2007·WITH HONORSMATTHEW M. McKAYA.B., Michigan State University; 20I2 TAMMY LEE MEIKLES.B., University of Texas at Dallas, 20IOS.M., ibid., 20I2JUSTIN ALPHONSE MERCURIOA.B., Loyola University Chicago, 20I2·WITH HONORSRACHEL LAURIE MILLERA.B., University of Florida, 20I2JAYVAN ERROL MITCHELLA.B., Wulqan Uniuersity; 20IIABIGAIL BEHR MOLITORA.B., University of Iowa, 20I2·WITH HONORSTIMOTHY JIHOON MOONS.B., Stanford University; 20II·WITH HONORSBRANDON T. MOORES.B., Illinois State University; 2008SEAN WARD MOOREA.B., University of Texas at Austin, 2009S.B., ibid., 2009CHAD DREXLER MORINA.B., Harvard University; 20IOZACHARY SWEET MOSKOWITZA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20I2JOHN PATRICK MOYNIHANA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 20I2SEAN L. MUMPERA.B., Loyola Marymount University; 2000·WITH HONORSSARAH ELIZABETH NEUMANA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IO·WITH HONORSJACQUELINE MARIA NEWSOMEA.B., New York University; 20I2JULIANNE THU NGUYENA.B., University of Louisville, 20IIDAVID S. NIMMONSB.B.A., Texas A&M University; Coll�g� Station,20IOMICHAEL J. O'BRIENA. B., University of Notre Dame, 20I2·WITH HONORSYASAMIN NICOLE OLOOMIA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 20I2JEFFREY S. OLSHANA.B .• Brown University; 20IIM.St., University of Oxford. England.United Kingdom. 20I2DAVID G. PALAYA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IO·WITH HONORSALEX ATTICUS PARKINSONA.B .• Harvard University; 20II·WITH HIGH HONORSCATALINA SANTOS PARKINSONA.B., Harvard University; 20I2STEPHEN M. PAYNEA.B .• University of Notre Dame, 20I2·WITH HIGHEST HONORSKATHERINE MARIE PEASLEEA.B .• Stanford University; 20IO·WITH HIGH HONORSSARA ELIZABETH PEELEA.B .• Davidson College, 20II·WITH HONORSSRINIJA PERNANKILA. B., Univusity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2009SCOTT ROBERT PLECKIA. B.. Unioersity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IIJONATHAN NATHANIAL POWERSS.B., Baylor University; 20I2PAUL BARTHOLOMEWQUINTANSA.B., Harvard University; 20IO THE LAW SCHOOLJOSHUA E. REALA.B .• University of Southern California. 20I2STEPHEN ISIDORE RICHERA.B .• Tulane University; 2007A.M., University of Chicago. 2008REBECCA ROSE RICKETTA.B., Brigham Young University, 20I2·WITH HONORSJAMES I. ROBINSONA.B., University of California, &rk&y. 20IIMARK VICTOR ROHANA.B .• University of Minnesota-Tu/in Cities, 20I2·WITH HONORSKEIKO ELIZABETH ROSEA.B., Brown University; 2009·WITH HONORSEDWIN ALEXANDERROSENFIELDA.B .• New York University; 20IO·WITH HONORSJOSEPH ROTH ROSNERA.B .• Brown University; 20I2CASEN BAKER ROSSB.Mus., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2008A.B., ibid., 20IO·WITH HONORSJOSHUA A. RUFFA.B .• Butler University. 20II·WITH HONORSCAMERON CHARLES RUSSELLA.B., University of Oxford. England,United Kingdom, 2009A.M.• University of Chicago. 20II·WITH HONORSCHRISTOPHER WAYNE RYDERA.B .• Johns Hopkins University; 20IOANGELIQUE MARIE SALIBA.B., Wh�aton Colleg�. 20IIJOSEPH C. SCHROEDERA.B., University of Tulsa, 20I2S.B .• ibid.• 20I2·WITH HIGHEST HONORSDANIEL J. SCHUFREIDERA.B .• Northwestern University; 20IIJOSEPHINE M. SCHULTEA.B .• University of Notre Dame, 20IO·WITH HIGH HONORSSARAH J. SCHULTESS.B .• Arizona State University; 2009OLGA SERGEYEVNAVINOGRADOVA SCHWIERS.B .• M. V. Lomonosov Moscow Stat« University.Russia, 2003Ph.D .• University of Illinois at Chicago. 2007·WITH HONORSGILLIAN P. SEAMANA.B .• Case Wt-stan Reserve University; 20I2WILLIAM MORRIS SEGALS.B .• University of Chicago, 2005A.M.• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009Ph.D .• ibid., 20I2·WITH HONORSANTHONY-RAY SEPULVEDAA.B .• University of Arizona, 20IOMIKAELA R. SHAWA.B .• Indiana Uniuersity Bloomington. 20I2MIN SHENA.B .• Guangdong University of Foreign Studies,Guangzho«, China. 2003M.B.A .• Ohio State University; 20IOCAMILLE MARIA SHEPHERDA.B .• Bowdoin Colleg�. 20IOLINDSAY LEE SHORTA.B., University of Oregon. 20IIDANIEL A. SITOA.B .• Swarthmore College. 2009·WITH HIGH HONORSTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONKAITLINN PATRICIA SLITERA.B., Unilln'Sity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IIPHILIP SMOKEA.B., Ohio Stat« University; 2009M.Ed., University of Missouri-St. Louis, 20IIWILLIAM JOSEPH SMOLINSKIA.B., Cornell University; Ithaca, N= y"rk, 20I2SAMUEL GREGORY STUCKERS.B., Clemson University; 20I2KELSEY NICOLE SULLIVANA.B., University of Florida, 20IILAUREN C. SWADLEYA.B., Unilln'Sity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20IIALEXANDRA MARIE TATEA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IODEEPA THIMMAPAYAA.B., Northwestern University; 2008M.B.A., University of Chicago, 20I5IAN J. TODDA.B" Uniuersirj of Denver; 20I2DANIEL CHESTER TORENA.B., Hop� Colkg�, 20IOJULIA LINS TROTTAA.B., University ofTaas at Austin, 20IIGREGORIOS TSONISA.B., University of Chicago, 2005·WITH HONORS AMY L. TWOHIGA.B., Unioersity of California, Los Angd�s, 20I2JASMINA VAJZOVICA.B., Saint Louis University; 20I2PATRICK J. VALENTIA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20I2·WITH HONORSDANIEL VINSONS.B., Brown University; 2009·WITH HONORSRYAN W. WALLENSTEINA.B., Creighton University; 20IIKATHERINE T. WALLINGA.B., Iowa State University of Science anduchnology, 20I2S.B., ibid., 20I2·WITH HONORSCHRISTOPHER JAMESWASHINGTONS.B., Washington and Lee University; 20IOVALDEMAR LUTHERWASHINGTON IIA.B., Johns Hopkins University, 2008LAURA MARIE WATSONA.B., University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul,Minnesota, 20I2·WITH HONORSJERAMY DANIEL WEBBS.B., University ofunnmu at Knoxville, 20IO RALEIGH G. WILLIAMSA.B., Brigham y"ung University; 20I2KIRA KATRINA WILPONE­JORDANA.B., University of Pug�t Sound, 20IOA.M., Univ�rsity of Chicago, 20I2STEVEN JOHN WINKELMANA.B., Unioersity of St. Thomas, Saint Paul,Minnesota, 2009A.M., Unioersity ofWisconsin-Milwauku, 20II·WITH HONORSDAVID JOHN WINKLERA.B., Northwestern University; 2007CAROLE M. WURZELBACHERA.B., University of Notre Dame, 20I2LINJUN XUS.B., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 20IIS.M., Univenity of Chicago, 20I4JOYCE K. YOONA.B., University of California, Los Ang�/�s, 20IISUNHA YOONA.B., y"nsri Uniuersity; S�oul, South Korea, 20IOKEVIN P. ZIMMERMANA.B., University of Dayton, 20I2·WITH HIGH HONORSDAVID DWAYNE ZOBELLA.B., University of Wyoming, 20I2FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWSTERESITA ACEDO BETANCOURTAbogada, Uniuersidad Catolica Andrls Bello,Caracas, Vm�zu�ia, 20IOLL.M., Uniuersity of Oslo, Norway, 20I3FERHAT AFKARLL.B., Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 2009MASAAKI AONOLL.B., Univmity ofTolryo, Japan, 2004J.D., ibid., 2008KRITHIKA ASHOKB.B.A.-LL.B.(Hons), National Law University;Jodhpur, India, 20I3MASAYUKI ATSUMIA.B., Sophia University; Tokyo, Japan, 2004LL.M., Kobe University; Japan, 2006THOMAS BAN WELL AYRESBach., Uniuersidade Federal do Rio d� [aneiro,Brazil, 20IIM.B.A., Fundafllo GmUio Vtzrgas, Rio de janeiro,Brazil, 20I3VANESSA BERTONHA FELICIOLL.B., Pontificie Universidade Catolic« de SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2008MARIA CECILIA CANEPAOLAECHEALL.B., Pontificia Universidad Catolic« del Pm,Lima, 2009ALEXANDRE CARVALHO PINTORIOSLL.B., Pontificia Uniuersidade Catolic« de SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2009KAN-HSUEH CHIANGA.B., National Chmgchi University; Taipei,Taiwan, 2006A.M., ibid., 2008LL.M., National Taiwan Univ�rsity, Taipei, 20I4CALVIN TINLOP CHUILL.B., Universidade Catolic« Portugues«, Lisbon,Portugal, 20I4LEONARDO DE ABREU BIRCHALLL.B., Faculdade de Direita Milton Campos, NovaLima, Brazil, 2006LL.M., Uniuersidad« Federal de Minas Gerais, &10Harizonte, Brazil. 20IO64 MARCELO DE ANTUNANOAGUIRRELL.B., Uniuersidad lberoamericana, Mexico City,Maico,20IITHIBAULT PIETER LINDANELSON DE BOULLELL.B., Uniuersireit Gmt, Ghent, Bdgium, 20I2LL.M., ibid., 20I4RAFAEL THOR DE MOURAREBELO ROCHALL.B., Unioersidade do Estado do Rio de [aneiro,Brazil, 2009ASTRID DE WINNELL.B., Uniuersiteit Gmt, Ghent, Belgium, 20I2LL.M., ibid., 20I4CARLA DO COUTO HELLUBATTILANALL.B., Pontiftcia Universidade Catdlic« de SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2006FAN DONGLL.B., Fudan University; Shanghai, China, 20I2VITOR FERNANDES DE ARAUJOLL.B., Uniuersidade Presbiteriana Mackmzi�, SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2008JUE GAOLL.B., Fudan University; Shanghai, China, 2007MATTEO GIANGASPEROLaurea, Univ"sita Commercials Luigi Bocconi,Milan, Italy, 20IILUISA GODINEZ PUIGLic., Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mtxico,Mexico City, 20I2ADI GRINAPELLLL.B., Tel Aviv University; Israel, 20IIM.B.A., ibid., 20I5BASAK GOKSU GURBUZLL.B., Istanbul Uniuersitesi, Turkey, 2009CARL OSCAR HENNINGSEBASTIAN HALLENLL.M., Stockbolms Uniuersitet, Stockholm, Sw�tkn,20II ELEANOR BREEDA HEALY-BIRTDipl., Unioersiu Bordeaux IV (Monusqui�u),Pessac, France, 20I3LL.B., Univmity of Bristol, Enliand,United Kingdom, 20I4FLAVIA JARDIM DE OLIVEIRALL.B., Pontifici« Universidade Catolic« d� SaoPaulo, Brazil, 20IIJOSE RAUL JASSO PEREZLL.B., Uniuersidad Autonoma d� San Luis Potosi,Maico,20IIMASAKAZU KARAKAWALL.B., Kob« University; Japan, 2008JAAKKO KASPERI KORPELAINENLL.B., The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 20I3FABIAN KRAUSEDAVID EMILIO KUROIWAHONMAAbogado, Pantificia Univmidad Catolica del Pm,Limac zotoHOSUK LEELL.B., Kor�a University; Seosd, South Korea, 2000RAQUEL LUCAS HERRAIZB.B.A., Uniuersidad Camplutem« d� Madrid,Spain,20IILL.B., ibid., 20IILL.M., Instituto Empresa, Madrid, Spain, 20I3JIERUI LUOLL.B., Southwestern University of Finance andEconomics, Chmgdu, China, 20IIROBERTO LUCIANO LUPINIPINZANIAbogado, Universidad Catolic« Andris Bello,Caracas, Vm�zu�ia, 20IOMIGUEL ANGEL LUQUEAbogado, Pantificia Univmidad Catolica d�1 Pm,Lima, 2006FRANCIS Me NAMARAB. c.L., Uniuersirj Colkg� Dublin/An Co/Jist�Ollscoile, Baile Atha Cliath, Ireland, 20I4MARC MESLINDipl., Univn-sitl tk Paris II (Panthlon-Allal),France, I998Lic., ibid., I999Dipl., Institut d'Etud�1 Politiquu tk Paris, France,I999SANGEETHA MUGUNTHANB.A.LL.B.(Hons), HidayatullAh National LawUniv�rlity, Raipur, India, 2009ALAIN JOSE MUSTERBLaw, UniV"litiit B�, SwiturlAnd, 2007MLaw, ibid., 2008JOSE ANTONIO NOGUERAWATTYLic., Univn-sidad Iberoamericen«, Mexico City,Mexico, 20I2TAKEHIKO OGUMALL.B., Univn-sity ofToltyo, japan, 2004DIANA PACIFICO HENNELL.B., Pontif/cia Univn-sidatk Cetslic« tk SiioPaulo, Brazil, 2007ESTEBAN PEREZ MEDINAAbogado, Univn-sidad San Francisco d� Quito,Ecuador, 20I]ARTURO POBLETE CASTROLic., Pontifici« Univn-sidad Cat61ica d� Chile,Santiago, 2008VfCTOR DOMINGO POBLETEORTUZARLic., Pontificia Univn-sidad Cat61ica tk Chile,Santiago, 20IOALFREDO RAMfREZ PAB6NLL.B., Univn-sidad Cat61ica Santa Maria LaAntigua, Panama City, Panama, 20I]IGOR MARCELL RAMOS FINZILL.B., Futul4;iio GdUuo �'XIll, Siio Paulo, Bmzil; 2009WEIJIA RAOLL.B., Tsinghua University; Beijing, China, 20I4 JEREMY BASIL RECORDLic., Univ�rlitl d� Paris IV (Paris-Sorbonne},France. zoroMillt., ibid., 20IILL.B., Univn-sity of London, EnglAnd,Unirrd Kingdom, 20IICAU� REZENDE MYANAKILL.B., Pamifici« Univn-sidad� Catolic« tk SaoPaulo, Brazil, 2008CHRISTOPH MICHAEL RITTERNICOLAS RIVERA MONTOYAAbogado, Uniuersidad Extemado de Colombia,Bogotd, 2005RENATO RODRIGUES RUSCHILL.B., Uniuersidad« do Estado do Rio tk janeiro,Rio d� janeiro, Brazil, 2009BOANERGES HERNANRODRIGUEZ VELASQUEZAbogado, Universidad Catolic« tk Santiago tkGuayaquil, Ecuador, 20I2PATRICK SCHARLILL.B., Univn-sitiit Luzem, Swi�lAnd, 2008LL.M., ibid., 2009FRITZ NIKOLAUS SCHUCHMANNPHILIPPE CHRISTOPHE SEILERA.B., Uniuersitd: St. Galien, Swi�lAnd, 2006A.M., ibid., 2008Ph.D., ibid., 20IITHOMAS ANTHONY SMITHURSTA.B., University of N� South Walel, Kmsington,Australia, I999A.B., Univn-sity ofQuunslAnd, Brisbane,Australia, 2007].M., P�lring University; Beijing, China, 20I]NATHALIE ALISA PAULAGHISLAINE SMUHALL.B., Katholi�lr� Uniuersiteit Leuuen, Belgium, 20I2 THE LAW SCHOOLQUENTIN POL SOAVILic., Univ�rlitl tk C�rgy-Pontoiu, France, 20IIMattris«, ibid., 20I2Mast., ibid., 20I]FERNANDA MARY SONOKILL.B., Uniuersidade d� Sao Paulo, Brazil, 20IOSHANE GEOFFREY STEWARTLL.B.(Hons), Univn-sity ofAtklAid�, SouthAustralia, Aestrali«, 2005Dipl., Univmity of London, England;United Kingdom, 20I]YANRU TAOLL.B., Tsinghua Uniuersity; Beijing, China, 20I4CHUN TSEUNGB.S.S., Univ�rlity of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2009LL.B., ibid., 20IISUSAN UQUILLAS MOSQUERAAbogada, Univmidad Cat61ica d� Santiago tkGuayaquiL Ecuador, 20I2LAUREN WILLENLL.B., Uniuersiteit Gmt, Ghent, Belgium, 20I2LL.M., ibid., 20I4KAYO YAMAMOTOLL.B., K�io Univn-sity, Toltyo, japan, 2007GILAD YANIVLL.B., Hebrew Uniuersirj of'feruselem, brad, 20IIALESSANDRO ZANINILaur�a Magiltra/�, Univmita tkgli Studi diFirma, Florence, Italy, 20I2FANG ZHAOA.B., China Univn-sity of Political Science andLaw, Beijing; China, 2009LL.M., ibid., 20IIXUETING ZHONGLL.B., Tsinghua University; Beijing, China, 20IIFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF JURISPRUDENCEJIANLIN CHENLL.B., National Uniwrsity ofSingap orr, Singaporr, 2007LL.M., Univn-sity of Chicago, 2009DISSERTATION: Law & R�/igious Marlr�t XINGXING LILL.B., Tsinghua Univmity, B�ijing, China, 200]LL.M., ibid., 2006LL.M., Univn-sity of Chicago, 2008DISSERTATION: An Economic Analysis of&gulAtory OV"lAp and R�gulAtory Competition:The Experience of Int"agmcy R�gulAtoryComp�tition in China s &gulAtion of InboundFomgn Investment' CHIEN-CHIH LINLL.B., National Taiwan University; Taip�i, 2004LL.M., ibid., 2007LL.M., Univ�rlity of Chicago, 20I2DISSERTATION: The judicialization of Politics inN�w Democracies65Main Quadrangle9:15 a.m.THE SCHOOL OFSOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONFRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2015HOODING CEREMONYRockefeller Memorial Chapel6:00 p.m.SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYSchool of Social Service Administration Libraryimmediately following ConvocationDIPLOMA DISTRIBUTION AND RECEPTIONTHE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATION·HOODING CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPROCESSIONALRIGA UD ONComposed by ANDRE CAMPRATHOMAS WEISFLOG, University OrganistWELCOMENEIL B. GUTERMANDean, School of Social Service AdministrationMose & Sylvia Firestone ProfessorREMARKSMATTHEW W. EPPERSONAssistant Professor,Winner of the William Pollack Award for Teaching Excellence in 20I5PRESENTATION OF FACULTY AWARDSNEIL B. GUTERMANDean, School of Social Service AdministrationALIDA M. BOURISAssistant ProfessorWinner of the Award for Excellence in Doctoral Student Mentoring at SSAPRESENTATION OF STUDENT AWARDSCELIA M. BERGMANDean of StudentsJACOB DANCER, A.B. '89, A.M. '04President, SSA Alumni AssociationKELLY WRIGHTSonia G. Berz Honor AwardGRANT THOMAS BUHRSolomon 0. Lichter Memorial PrizeTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONHOODING OF SPRING 2015 GRADUATESRead by MARY S. DEBOSE, A.M. '77, Assistant Director ofAdmissionsYELENE MODLEY, A.M. '09, Senior Associate Director ofAlumni Relations and the SSA FundALIDA M. BOURISAssociate ProfessorFACULTY HOODERSROBERT CHASKINAssistant ProfessorDEBORAH GORMAN-SMITHProfessorJULIA R. HENLEYAssociate ProfessorBETH-ANNE JACOB, PH.D. '87LecturerSTANLEY G. MCCRACKEN, A.M. '78, PH.D. '87Senior LecturerCLOSINGCURTIS MCMILLENProfessorGINA M. SAMUELSAssociate ProfessorMARCI A. YBARRAAssistant ProfessorTINA L. RZEPNICKI, A.M. '78, PH.D. '82Deputy Dean for CurriculumDavid Winton & Mary Winton Green ProfessorNEIL B. GUTERMANDean, School of Social Service AdministrationRECESSIONALTOCCATAINFComposed by CHARLES-MARIE WIDORTHOMAS WEISFLOG, University Organist68THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTSJANE AHNA.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, zottEMILY REBECCA ALEXANDERA.B., G�org� Washington Uniuersity; 20IORODNEY ALLENA.B., Northeastern Illinois Univ�rsity, 20I]ALISON NICOLE ALSTOTTS.B., Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, 2002BRITT K. ALVYA.B., University of California, B�rlu0, 2008ELIZABETH S. APPLEBYA.B., Elan Coll�g�, 20I]MICHELLE ANNE AUDENA.B., University of Chicago, 20IOANNA M. BARTOSZEKA.B., Leiois Uniuersity; 2008STEVEN JONATHAN BASSA.B., University of California, &rlulry. 20I]MICHELLE ANN BEHRENSA.B., Concordia Colleg», 20I2ALLISON KATE BENGFORTA.B., St. OlafColl�g�, 20IOMARTIN WILLIAM BENTLEYS.B., Univn-rity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 20I]SHARON MARIE BERLINS.B., La Sall� Univmity.I990A.M., Columbia Uniuersity; Neu: }Drk City.Neur }Drk, I997TERESA MARIE BERNARDB.S. w., Univn-rity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 20I]ROBYN BESANAB.S. w., Univn-rity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 20I2RASHIDA NAOMI BLACKB.Mus., Neu: England Canseruatory of Music, 200IA.M., University of Chicago, 2006REBECCA ELIZABETH BLAKEA.B., Colgau University; 20IOEDUARDO SALINAS BOCANEGRAA.B., Northeastern Illinois University. 20I2KELSEY BOGUEA.B., University of Pennsylvania, 20I]SARAH RITA BOLICKA.B., Appalachian Stat« University, 20IOJANAE EBONI BONSUA.B., Univ�rsity of South Carolina-Columbia, 20I2KELLI LYNN BOSAKA.B., Uniuersity of Michigan-Ann Arbor, zoriNICOLE DOROTHY BRADLEYA.B., Univ"sity of Illinois at Chicago, 2002ROBIN DANIELLE BRANDTA.B., mzyn� Stat« University; 20I]APRIL LYNN BREWERA.B., American University; 2009NIKKI M. BRIGGSS.B., Illinois Calleg«, 20IORACHEL LEAH BRODYA.B., Uniuersity of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2009MB.A., Univmity of Chicago, 20I5LAUREN ILYSE BRONZOA.B., Washington University in St. Louis, 2008KYRSTEN SAXTON BROWNS.B., Nortbtaestem University; 20IISARAH SCARBOROUGH BRYCEA.B., Furman Colleg«, 20I]GRANT THOMAS BUHRA.B., Univmity of Illinois at Chicago, 20I]LISA BUTLERB.G.S., Rooseuel: University; 20IIHANNAH RUTH CAMPBELLGUSTAFSONA.B., Carleton Calleg«, 2009M.Div., Univmity of Chicago, 20I5 MARY ELIZABETH CARLTONA.B., Dehru! University; Chicago, illinois, 2009DANA ELIZABETH CASTILLOA.B., University of Chicago, 20I4TRACEY LANE CHAPLINS.B., Athens State Coll�g�, 2005A.M., Unioersity ofAlabama in Huntsville, 20I]YUN CHENLL.B., Xiamen University; China, 20I2GRACE DOEUN CHOIA.B., University of California, Los Angd�s, 20IOKALLIE CLARKA.B., California Stat« University; Fullerton, 2002MELISSA ELSA CLARKA.B., Ohio Stat« University; Columbus, 20IOKAYLA ANN COLSONA.B., Carnell Univ�rsity, Ithaca, Naa }Drk, 2008J.D., Loyola University Chicago, 20IILINDSAY ELIZABETHCRAMMONDA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2005CAITLIN ROSE CUBBONB.S. w., Loyola University Chicago, zoirJOLYNN M. CUNNINGHAMB.F.A., Univmity of tb« Arts, I994M.F.A., Savannah Coll�g� ofArt and Design, zortDEVON MARIE DAL DEGANA.B., Marqu�tt� University; 2006M.A. T., Dominican Uniuersity; 20IIXICUO DES.B., University of Washington, Seattle, 20I2ASHLEY JUNE DEBILZENA.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, zattMEGAN THERESE DELANEYA.B., Univmity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008M.Ed., University of Missouri- St. Louis, 20IOTERESA LYNETTE DELE6NA.B., Saint Xavier Uniuersity, 2007MEGAN ELIZABETH ZOADEPUMPOA.B., Boston Calleg«, 20IOELIZABETH ROSE DEWANA.B., Tufts University; 2009FANNY DIEGO ALVAREZA.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2009ANNA CLAIRE DIXONA.B., Wh�aton Calleg«; 20I]ADDISON CHRISTY DOMSKEA.B., Wutminsur Coll�g�, 20I2ANNIE ZEAN REBECCA DUNBARA.B., Simmons Colkg�, 20IOELIZABETH ANNE DUNNA.B., Yale University; 20IOLEAH BRYNN EGGERSS.B., North Dakota State University; 2009CAROLINA ESPINOZAA.B., University of Illinois at Chicago, 20I2ANNALISE CATHARINE EVERETTA.B., University of Colorado at Boulder, 20IOCATHERINE ANN FAULKNERA.B., G�orgia Southern College, 20I2WILLIAM FERGUSONS.B., Illinois State University; 2005NICOLE MARIE FLORESSA.B., D�Paul University; Chicago, Illinois, 20I]JONATHAN D. FOILESA.B., Univn-rity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008M.Div., Northern Baptist 1h�ological Seminary; 20llSOPHIE LAUREN FOSTERA.B., Uniuersitj of Iowa, 20I2MAXWELL DAVID FRANKELA.B., Indiana University Bloomington, 20I] CAROLINE JULIE FREITAGS.B., G�org� Washington University; 20I2CAITLIN HOLLOWAY FULLERA.B., Grinnell Colkg�, 20IICOURTNEY ELIZABETHGAZERROA.B., Boston Coll�g�, 20I]BRYN VICTORIA GELAROS.B., Pennsylvania Stat« University; 20I2ORLI RACHEL GINSBURGA.B., Michigan Suu« University; 20I2SARA GONZALEZA.B., Northeastern Illinois Uniuenity: 20I]LIVIER ALEJANDRA GUTIERREZA.B., Uniuersity of California. B"k�ky. 20IOAUDREY GRALNEK HABERMANNA.B., University of Chicago, 2009KATHERINE WHITNEY HALSTEDA.B., Georgetown' Univ"sity. zaitMARGARET HANSA.B., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 20IIAMY LYNN HARMONA.B., Marqu�tu Unioersity; 2008SONIA HEIDENREICHA.B., Kenyon Colkg�, 20IOMOLLY ANN HENDRICKSA.B., Univ�rsity of Michigan-Ann Arbor, :lOI]DERRY PATRICIA HENRICKS.B., D�Paul University; Chicago, Illinois, :l009DIANA HERNANDEZA.B., Northeastern Illinois University; zaizMELISSA LINDSEY HORNEA.B., G�org�town University. zoriBROOKS ANN HORNSBYB.F.A., Nnu }Drk University; :lOIIXIAOXIN HUANGU.B., South China Agricultural Univ"sity. :lOI]JANA LYNN HUNSLEYS.B., Indiana Wdryan University; :lOI]MIHAELA AURICA IRIMEA.B., Univ�rsity of Illinois at Chicago, 2009ALISSA PARIS ISAACSONS.B., Tulane University; zauRAJYA LAKSHMI KARIPINENIA.B., Washington Univ�rsity in St. Louis, :l006ISAAC P. KATZA.B., Hebrew Univ�rsity ofJ"usal�, 20I]JESSICA RENEA KEATONA.B., Stat« Univ�rsity of Neur }Drk at Buffalo, 20IOHANNAH RUTH KESSLERS.B., Univn-rity ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign, :lOI]ESTELLA CHRISTIE KISERS.B., Univrnity ofNorth Carolina at Cha�l Hill. I989J.D., ibid., I99]ANNE MICHELLE KNAPKEA.B., Ohio Stat« University; 2006M.P.P., University of Chicago, :lOI5TARYN KONEVICHA.B., Univ"sity of Michigan-Ann Arbor, :lOI]EMILY ELIZABETH KRATZA.B., University of Chicago, :lOI4JESSICA DESEREE LACHANCEA.B., University of Chicago, 20I4JAZZALYN NALANI LAMADORAA.B., Univ"sity of California, Santa Cruz, :lOIIELISE MARIE LA ROSEA.B., Oberlin Coll�g�, I98]A.M., University of Chicago, I990BROOKE JACLYN LASKINS.B., University ofArizona, :lOIOMARCUS STEPHONE LEAKSA.B., Stanford University; :lOI]69THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONCAROLYN ELIZABETH LEROYA.B .• Vandabilt University; 2007QINSHUAI LIA.B .• University of Minnesota-Tunn Cities, 2013JESSICA ANNMARIE LLOYDS.B .• University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, 2011JESSICA LOPEZA.B .• University of Chicago. 2014LESLIE ANN LUCKYA.B .• Luther College, 2013AARON SAMUEL MALLORYS. B .• Southern Illinois University; 2010JENNY DIANE MANCINOA.B .• Amherst College, 2009EDWIN MARTINEZA.B .• University of Illinois at Chicago. 2012KIMBERLEY RUMBIDZAIMBAYIWAA.B .• Trinity College, 2012LEHUA MANAOLANAMcALLISTERA.B .• University of Florida. 2008PAUL JOSEPH JUDE McCLELLANS.B .• University of Maryland at College Park. 2002B.F.A .• Art Institute of Washington. 2007KAITLYN MARIE McGOVERNA.B .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2013DEMI McLARENA.B .• American University; 2013NORA YVETTE MEDINAA.B .• University of California Berkeley. 2008S.M.• University of Oregon, 2010NATALIA KATARZYNA MEDRECKIA.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 20135.B .• ibid.• 2013JULIA CYNTHIA MEOA.B .• Tulane University; 20IIA.M.• ibid .• 2012MALLORY ANNE METERA.B .• University of Notre Dame, 2013LAUREN SAVOIEMORGENTHALERA.B .• Oregon State University; 2012SARAH MOSKOWITZ-GORDONA.B .• Macalester College, 2009ANITA MUJKANOVICS.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 20IIKATHERINE MUKAIA.B .• Columbia University; Neur York City.Neui York. 2013KAILEY L. MULLINSS. B.. University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2013ADAM EDWARD NELSONA.B .• Macalester College, 2006AMELIA E. NICHOLSA.B .• Carnegie Mellon University; 2010MELISSA SUSAN NOEA.B .• University of Wisconsin-Madison. 20IIJI YOON NOHA.B .• University of Chicago. 2014KRISTEN MARIE NUYENA.B .• Kalamazoo Coll�g�. 2012MARISA CHRISTINE O'DONNELLA.B .• University of Chicago. 2003M.P.P.. ibid.• 2015RACHELE OLIA O'HAREA.B .• Northwestern University, 2009RICHARD ALLEN OLINGERA.B .• University of Wisconsin- Milwauku. 2012THERESE BRUNK ORBEAA.B .• Claremont McKmna College, 20II70 SARAH ANN OREMLANDA.B .• Batts Colleg«, 2007HEIDI ORTOLAZA-ALVEARA.B .• Carleton College, 2008M.P.P.. University of Chicago. 2015PETER PASCATOREA.B .• State University of New York at Buffalo. 2008RACHEL PASTERNAKA.B .• University of California. Santa Barbara. 2013LAUREN RENEE PAVELLEA.B .• Dickinson College, 20IIEMMA EVE PECK-BLOCKA.B .• Ithaca Coll�g�. 2011CRISTINA MARIE PEREZA.B .• University of Chicago. 2009SANTYNA B. PINEIROS5.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 20IIKATHERINE J. PODVINA.B .• College of St. Catherine, 20IILAURA PRZYBYSZB.F.A .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2009KATHRYN ESTELLE PUCHALSKIA.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 2011B.S. W. ibid.• 20IICAITLIN ELIZABETH QUINLIVANA.B .• Reed College, 2009AYDA LUCIA RAMIREZ BOLIVARAbogado. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. 2007Esp .• ibid.• 2008KATHRYN BARNARD RAYA.B .• Oberlin Coll�g�. 2008A.M.• University of Chicago. 2015LUKE THOMAS ROBBINSA.B .• Wabash College, 2011RYAN THOMAS ROLLINSONS.B .• Metropolitan State University, 2012NAOMI RACHEL ROSENS.B .• Northwestern University; 2012STEVEN MICHAEL ROSENA.B .• Brown University; 1981M.Mang.• Northwestern University; 1987REBECCA JO ROSENBERGA.B .• University of Colorado at Boulder, 2012LAURA LAINE ROTHENBERGA.B .• University of Virginia. 2010SHADDY KHALIL SABAA.B .• University of California. Santa Barbara. 2010A.B .• California State College, San Bernadino, 2013RISA MARIE SACOMANIA.B .• Lewis and Clark College, 2012TONIE ELIZABETH SADLERA.B .• University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2007JESSICA ROSE SCHMITTA.B .• University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2009MOLLY ALINE SCHNEIDERA.B .• Brandeis University, 2011CLAIRE VIRGINIA SCHUETTES. B.. University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2011JESSE JEWEL SELFA.B .• Northeastern Illinois University; 2013KATHARINE RUTH SIDELNIKB.F.A .• Rochester Institute of Technology. 2008RACHAEL ELIZABETH SIEMON­CAROMEA.B .• Colleg« of William and Mary in Virginia. 2010LAUREN REBECCA SINGERA.B .• Bard Coll�g� at Simon's Rock. 2007SHANNON BRYNN SKAHANA.B .• University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2013 AMRA SKOCICS.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 2000REBECCA SPERLINGA.B .• Temple University, 2012FLOYD STAFFORD IIIA.B .• Northeastern Illinois University, 2013ERIN DANIELLE STANLEYA.B .• Spelman College, 2010MEREDITH BRYANNASTOCKTONA.B .• College of St. Catherine, 2009ANGELA LILIANA SUAREZA.B .• Florida International University, 20IILAURA JEAN SUDECA.B .• [ames Madison University, 2010JANE SYHA.B .• Johns Hopkins University; 2012JACLYN TABBERTA.B .• Del'au] University; Chicago. Illinois. 2012SHAUNA MARIE TAYLORS.B .• University of Georgia.zotzB.S. W, ibid .• 2012JACQUELINE VICTORIA THANHA.B .• University of California. &rk&Y.20IIDAVID JAVIER THOMPSONA. B .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2008A.B .• Uniuersity of Louisville, 2012A.M .• University of Essex, England.United Kingdom. 2013JULIA TIERA.B .• Fordham University, 2005A.M.• ibid.• 2006CHRISTINA BARBARATZORTZINISA. B .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 2011EMILY MARGARET UHARA.B .• Hendrix Coll�g�. 2011ANNA NIKOLE VALIANOSS.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 2013JOANNA P. VILLACORTAA.B .• Wak� Forest University, 20IIDANIELA E. VOSTIA.B .• University of California. Los Ang�lu. 2012RACHEL ANNE WALLA.B .• Mount Holyoke College, 2009SALLY CATHERINE WALSTROMA.B .• Yale University. 2012MELODY KATE WARINGA.B .• Lawrence University; 2007ASHLI G. WATTSA.B .• Del'aul University; Chicago. Illinois. 2010ANNE KATHRYN TEMPLIN WESTS.B .• University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 20IIAMANDA ROSE WILLHITEA.B .• Christian Brothers College, 2013ARTESHA LATRICE WILLIAMSB.S. W. University ofIllinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2013KELLY FAY DEVINE WRIGHTA.B .• Loyola University Chicago. 2012B.S. W. ibid .• 2012YUEHENG YANGA.B .• Beijing Second Foreign Languag« Institute,China. 2012TERESE M. YOUNGBLOODA.B .• Del'aul University; Chicago. Illinois. 2013KATHERINE YOUSSOUFS.B .• Baldwin- Wallau College, 20IIYUDONG ZHANGLL.B .• Renmin University of China in Beijing, 2013THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONFOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYCAITLIN MARA ELSAESSERA.B .• Carleton Coll�g�.2004M.A. T.. Dominican University; 2007A.M.• University of Chicago. 20I3DISSERTATION: Th� Longitudinal Relationbetween Community Violence Exposure andAcademic Engag�mmt among Urban Minority Mal«Adolescents: An Ecological Developmental Approach VANESSA VORHIES KLODNICKA.B .• Kalamazoo College, 2002M.S. W. University of Texas at Austin. 2007DISSERTATION: Constructing Home on a CliffAging Out of tb« Child W�lfar� System at Age 2Iwith a Serious Mental Health Condition FALLON WILSONA.B .• Spelman Coll�g�. 2005A.M.• University of Chicago. 2007DISSERTATION: Gender-Based Harassmentof Girls: School Personnel's Perceptions andInstitutional ResponsesALEJANDRA ROS PILARZA.B .• University of Notre Dame, 2006A.M.• Unuiersity of Chicago. 20IODISSERTATION: Multipl« Child CareArrangements and Young Children 's Development71THE COLLEGESATURDAY, JUNE 13, 2015UNIVERSITY CEREMONYMain Quadrangle9:15 a.m.LUNCHEONHarper and Crerar Quadranglesn:30 a.m.for family and friends of the graduatesCLASS OF 2015 LUNCHEONRatner Athletic Centern:30 a.mfor the graduatesDIPLOMA CEREMONYMain Quadrangle1:00 p.m.RECEPTIONS FOR COLLEGIATE DIVISIONSSocial Sciences, Harper, and Classics Quadranglesimmediately following the ceremonyTHE COLLEGEDIPLOMA CEREMONYORDER OF EXERCISESPROCESSIONALThe University of Chicago Pipe BandCALL TO ORDERCATHERINE C. BAUMANNMarshal of the UniversityWELCOMEROBERT J. ZIMMERPresident of the UniversitySTUDENT SPEAKERSMIRANDA NICOLE CHERKAS ANDREW MINJAE KIM NATALYA SAMEEANTHEMMY SPIRIT SANG ALL DAYComposed by GERALD FINZIArranged by JAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet ChoirTHE CONFERRING OF THE LLEWELLYN JOHN AND HARRIETMANCHESTER QUANTRELL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE INUNDERGRADUATE TEACHINGAND THE AWARDING OF UNDERGRADUATE DIPLOMASDiplomas will be awarded by Collegiate Division. At the start of each Collegiate Division, the LlewellynJohn and Harriet Manchester Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching will be conferred.THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONFor the Quantrell AwardILARIA REBAYProfessorBen May Department for Cancer Research, Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology, theCommittee on Development, Regeneration, and Stem Cell Biology and the Collegepresented by GEOFFREY L. GREENEVirginia and D.K Ludwig Professor, Ben May Department for Cancer Research and the College;Chair, Ben May Department for Cancer ResearchThe graduates will be presented to President Zimmer and Dean Boyer by LAURENS METS, Master.73THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONTHE HUMANITIES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONFor the Quantrell AwardMARTHA WARDAssociate Professor,Department ofArt History and the Collegepresented in absentia by CATHERINE C. BAUMANN, University MarshalThe graduates will be presented to President Zimmer and Dean Boyerby THOMAS CHRISTENSEN, Master.The graduates will be presented to President Zimmer andDean Boyer by DENNIS J. HUTCHINSON, Master.THE NEW COLLEGIATE DIVISIONTHE PHYSICAL SCIENCES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONFor the Quantrell AwardDANIEL E. HOLZAssociate Professor,Department of Physics, The Enrico Fermi Institute, and the Collegepresented by EDWARD C. BLUCHER, Professor, Department of Physics, the Enrico Fermi Institute,and the College Chair, Department of PhysicsThe graduates will be presented to President Zimmer and Dean Boyerby MICHAEL STEIN, Master.THE SOCIAL SCIENCES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONFor the Quantrell AwardsMATTHEW BRIONESAssociate ProfessorDepartment of History and the Collegepresented by JAMES T. SPARROW, Associate Professor, Department of History and the College; Master,Social Sciences Collegiate Division; Deputy Dean, Division of Social Sciences; Associate Dean, the CollegeSARA RAY STOELINGASara Liston Spurlark Director,Urban Education Institute and Clinical Professor, the Committee on Educationpresented by SUSAN C. LEVINE, Rebecca Anne Boylan Professor, Department of Psychology,Committee on Education, and the CollegeThe graduates will be presented to President Zimmer and Dean Boyer by JAMES T. SPARROW, Master.74THE COLLEGETHE STUDENT MARSHALSThe graduates will be presented to President Zimmer and Dean Boyerby CATHERINE C. BAUMANN, Marshal of the University.THE ALMA MATER(Please stand)The University of Chicago Motet ChoirThe Millar Brass EnsembleADDRESS BY THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGEJOHN W. BOYERMUSICAL FINALEHOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING?American Traditional, arranged by JAMES KALLEMBACHThe University of Chicago Motet Choir. The Millar Brass EnsembleCLOSING WORDSCATHERINE C. BAUMANNMarshal of the UniversityTHE RECESSIONAL(Please stand)The University Pipe BandTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONCANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN THEBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONJASON DIAZ AGUAS(Biological Sci mas)AZEEM TANVEER AHMAD(Biological Sciences)MOTOLANI OLUWAFUNMBI AKINOLA(Biological Sciences)SAMARA EMILY ALBAZZAZ(Biological Sciences)LEIGH ALON(Biological Sciences)SAMANTHA LYNN ANDERSON(Biological Sciences)JAWAD IBRAHIM ARSHAD(Biological Sciences)(Economics)TRAVIS RICHARD BANISTER(Biological Sciences)JENNA CLAIRE BEKENY(Biological Sciences)CINDY CHEN(Biological Sciences)TERESA HSIAO TIEN CHEN(Biological Sciences)BENJAMIN LUCAS COINER(Biological Sciences)CHARIS NATASHA EUNSUNCROFTON(Biological Sciences)BENJAMIN ELLIS CULLEEN(Biological Sci mas)NATALIE ANNE DAVID(Biological Sciences)ANTHONY PAUL DERENZO(Biological Sciences)KIMBERLY OGOCHUKWU DIEI(Biological Sciences)ERIC DANIEL DUNBAR(Biological Sciences)(Public Policy Studies)HADLEY WARM EICHENGREEN(Biological Sciences)HERNANDO RAFAEL FEREIRA(Biological Sciences)SAMUEL YI-LI FRANK(Biological Sciences)ASHWIN GANTI(Biological Sciences)(South Asian Languages and Civilizations)HELEN XIN GAO(Biological Sciences)JULIA CAROLINA GARCIA­VARGAS(Biological Sciences)(Psychology)ADAM JOSHUA GETZLER(Biological Sciences)KYRA HOLLISTER GRANTZ(Biological Sciences)DONNA GUO(Biological Sciences with Honors)MICHELLE LIAO GUO(Biological Sciences)JENNIFER CALLEGARI HILL(Biological Sciences)CONSTANCE HILLARY HUANG(Biological Sciences)VICTORIA MINGYE HUANG(Biological Sciences)VICTORIA WEYU HUANG(Biological Sciences)YA-GIN HANNA HUANG(Biological Sciences)76 CHIJIOKE ONYENATURUCHI IKONTE(Biological Sciences)SARA IMAM(Biological Sciences}CECILIA JIANG(Biological Sciences)AYODELE ADDAYE JOLIBOIS(Biological Sciences)MAFAZA KHAN(Biological Sciences)HENRY DAVID DOYLE KIMBALL(Biological Sciences)APARNA KRISHNAN(Biological Sciences)ANNE CLARA KROK(Biological Sciences with Honors)XIE RACHEL KULIKOFF(Biological Sciences)(Environmental Studies with Honors)SARA ANNE KWAN(Biological Sciences)CECELIA TU CAM LAI(Biological Sciences)JUHO LEE(Biological Sciences)SIMON JUN JIE LIANG(Biological Sciences)TEJONG LIM(Biological Sciences}lONE LYNN LOCHER(Biological Sciences)WILLIAM WESLEY LONG, JR.(Biological Sciences)IvAN EZEQUIEL L6PEZ(Biological Sciences)SARA ZHOU LU(Biological Sci mas)(Music)MEAGHAN KATHLEEN LYONS(Biological Sciences)ADIBA MAISHA MATIN(Biological Sciences)MARISA HAYLEY MAYER(Biological Sciences)SHASHANK KUMAR MITTAL(Biological Sciences)SWANSEA YEE-LUM MO(Biological Sciences)RACHAEL NASS(Biological Sciences)(Public Policy Studies with Honors)AKUA NKANSAH-AMANKRA(Biological Sciences)JUSTIN AVERY O'DELL(Biological Sciences)(G�ophysical Sciences)RYAN PAUL O'DONNELL(Biological Sciences)MIA VALENTINA PAGLIUCA(Biological Sciences)JONATHAN SHIAJUIN PAN(Biological Sciences)JACK KUZMIAK PHILLIPS(Biological Sciences)HEMANTH KUMAR POTLURI(Biological Sciences with Honors)QUINN KENNETH QUINTANAR(Biological Sciences}ALICE AREND READICK(Biological Sciences)SEHAR RESAD(Biological Sciences) ANTHONY COLE RESTAINO(Biological Sciences)BENJAMIN KURIAN RINCY(Biological Sciences)TRACE NICKOLAUS ROBBINS(Biological Sciences)FREDERICA MORRIS ROCKWOOD(Biological Sciences)(Psychology)MAIM ON CHARLES ROSE(Biological Sciences)LEIGH TAYLOR RYFFEL(Biological Sciences)TIMOTHY RONALD SALAZAR(Biological Sciences)GWENDOLYN MARY SANDOBOE(Biological Sciences)SITARA SATISH(Biological Sciences)(Psychology)MARGARET LYNN SCIMECA(Biological Sciences)AUMER SHUGHOURY(Biological Sciences)(Philosophy)NOOR SINGH(Biological Sciences)ARIADNE F. SOUROUTZIDIS(Biological Sciences)(Economics)MADHU RATNA SRIKANTHA(Biological Sciences)KEVIN ALEXANDER STEFFES(Biological Sciences)REBECCA SOPHIA STEINBERG(Biological Sciences)KYRA ELLEN BROWN STILLMAN(Biological Sciences)JUN LIANG TAN(Biological Sciences)THOMAS JOHN THOBURN(Biological Sciences)DAVID ISAAC THOMAS(Biological Sciences)CHANGTAI TIAN(Biological Sciences)WENDY TIAN(Biological Sciences)FRANCESCA GUGLIELMINI TOMASI(Biological Sciences}BENJAMIN TRNKA(Biological Sciences)BRYAN CHARLES ULRICH(Biological Sciences)ADRIENNE DRAMANIQUE WALKER(Biological Sciences)LAWRENCE KUN WANG(Biological Sciences)JAMES LAWRENCE WARNER(Biological Sciences)KANAKORN WATTANAVEKIN(Biological Sciences)EMILY ANN WOLFSON(Biological Sciences)ZACHARY YIN(Biological Sciences)(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)XAVIER JACOB ZAHNLE(Biological Sciences)NAN ZHAO(Biological Sciences)THE COLLEGECANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE INTHE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONFLAVIUS ALEXANDRU BECA(Biological Sciences with Honors)LAUREN ALYSSA CAPRA(Biological Sciences)FELICITY KATE DEISS(Biological Sciences with Honors)REEM ELORBANY(Biological Sciences)MARA FARCASANU(Biological Sciences with Honors) MESELLE GENEVIEVE JEFF-EKE(Biological Sciences)ELINA KOSTYANOVSKAYA(Biological Sciences)SWATHI KRISHNAN(Biological Sciences with Honors)(Anthropology A.B.)SARAH MARIE KURTIS(Biological Sciences with Honors)CHRISTOPHER CALEB KYRIAZIS(Biological Sciences) RIVA POLLAK LETCHINGER(Biological Sciences)CAROLINE HERRMANN OWENS(Biological Sciences)SAMUEL PATRICK SULLIVAN(Biological Sciences)CODY JAMES WEINBERGER(Biological Sciences with Honors)(Mathematics)CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN THEHUMANITIES COLLEGIATE DIVISIONAARON BENJAMIN ACKERMAN(English Language and Literature)FRANCHESCA ISABEL ALAMO(English Language and Literature)EMILY WEAVER ANAGNOSTOS(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations withHonors)CORINNA JAMES KOLODNYANDERSON(Visual Arts)(Mathematics)JOSEPH WESLEY ARCHER(English Language and Literature with Honors)(Biological Sciences)JAMES ISAAC AUSTEN(Cinema and Media Studies)ISABELLE DIANA BARANY(English Language and Literature with Honors)AJAY KUMAR BATRA(English Language and Literature with Honors)CAMDEN GREGORY BAUCHNER(Cinema and Media Studies with Honors)BRIAN JAMES BELAK(Cinema and Media Studies with Honors)ALEXANDRA GISELLE BELZLEY(English Language and Literature with Honors)VICTORIA ELIZABETH BINFORD(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)ALAINA MARIE BOMPIED!(Philosophy)VICTORIA ANNA ELISABETHBORENGASSER(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities)CHRISTOPHER CAETANO BRAGALE(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations withHonors)ANDREANNE BRETON(English Language and Literature with Honors)LUKE MARTIN BRETSCHER(Medieval Studies with Honors)(Computer Science S.B.)(English Language and Literature with Honors)CAROLINE GULLY BROWN(Theater and Performance Studies)ELLA JO BROWN(English Language and Literature with Honors)NICOLA MARIE BROWN(English Language and Literature)MARIKA ELON BROWNLEE(Visual Arts)MAYA MICHELLE BULKELEY-KRANE(Philosophy)ZANE ALEXANDER BURTON(Cinema and Media Studies with Honors)INYSE BUSTILLOS(Romance Languages and Literatures)(Visual Arts) ELIZABETH L. BYNUM(Music with Honors)KATHERINE ROSE CAPUDER(Art History with Honors)SHANICE CASIMIRO(English Language and Literature)SAURAVICHAKRABARTY(English Language and Literature with Honors)LEAH SUTTER CHAPMAN(Linguistics with Honors)MARISA ALLISON CHILBERG(Theater and Performance Studies)KIMBERLY ASHLEY CHIN(Classical Studies with Honors)MICHAEL JOHN CARVALHOCHOQUETTE(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)SONIA CHOU(Art History)(Anthropology)CARRIE CHUI(Visual Arts)(Biological Sciences)DANIEL VINCENT CIOFFI(Art History with Honors)GABRIELLE MARIE COSTA(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities withHonors)DANIEL LANGFORD CRONIN IV(English Language and Literature with Honors)MICHAELA STONE CROSS(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities withHonors)MEGANA LYNNE D'ALEO(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)BRONAGH K. DALY(Theater and Performance Studies)PETER CHRISTOPHER DAMM(Cinema and Media Studies)WILL STEPHEN DART(English Language and Literature)JENNIFER DAVID(Gender and Sexuality Studies with Honors)(SOciology)CHRISTOPHER THOMAS DEAKIN(Theater and Performance Studies)TAYLOR DAVIS DOUGHERTY(Philosophy)LILIAN DUBE(English Language and Literature with Honors)JENZO FERNANDO DUQUE(English Language and Literature with Honors)REBECCA ELIZABETH EDWARDS(Gender and Sexuality Studies with Honors)TAYLOR DENISE EHLIS(Romance Languages and Literatures) ELISA CATHERINE EPSTEIN(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations withHonors)NATHANIEL HENRY EPSTEIN(Cinema and Media Studies)JULIANNA ESTALL(Visual Arts)MADELINE CLARE ADELEESTERHAMMER-FIC(English Language and Literature)LUCIE ANNA FAMA(English Language and Literature)EMILY JANE FEELEY(Linguistics)MAYA SIMONE MACCHIARELLAFESTINGER(Romance Languages and Literatures)ALEXANDER RICHARD FILIPOWICZ(English Language and Literature with Honors)BLAKE EVERETT FLEISHER(Linguistics)PATRICK HENRY FORD(Philosophy)JONAH A. FREEDMAN(Visual Arts)ELEANOR ROSE GAMBLE(English Language and Literature with Honors)JOHN WILLIAM GAMINO(English Language and Literature)FRANCES HELEN GIGUETTE(Philosophy)KIRSTEN EMILIE GINDLER(Visual Arts)(English Language and Literature)SHELBY ELIZABETH GONZALES(English Language and Literature)CONNOR R. GOODWIN(Comparative Literature)JADE BRIANA GOODWIN-CARTER(Gender and Sexuality Studies)JOSHUA ALEXANDER GREENBERG(English Language and Literature with Honors)TESSA WElL GREENBERG(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities)MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER GRIFKA(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities withHonors)LAUREN KAORI GURLEY(Comparative Literature with Honors)JOHN STUART HAMM(English Language and Literature with Honors)KIMBERLY HAN(Cinema and Media Studies with Honors)(International Studies with Honors)CONNOR PAUL HANNA(Romance Languages and Literatures)77THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO P-3RD CONVOCATIONAUBREY LYNN HARPER(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)NAOMI LIEBE HARRIS(English Language and Literature with Honors)EMILY NICOLE HATCH(Philosophy)CHRISTINE ELIZABETH HEALEY(Philosophy and Allitd Fields)JANASHAAN HENG-DEVAN(English Language and Literature)PARKER TESS MAXFIELD HENRY(Philosophy)HUNTER PETERSON HICKS(Philosophy)ABIGAIL MARY HOSKINS(Classical Studies with Honors)CHRISTINE HUANG(English Language and Literature with Honors)JULIE JUNG HUH(Philosophy)MICHAEL JIN HWANG(Music)ELLIOTT ALEXANDER INDIRAN(Linguistics)NAOMI DANIELLE ITZKOFF(Linguistics)DANIEL WALTER JACOBS(Classical Studies with Honors)MINNA ALI JAFFERY(English Language and Literature with Honors)(Near Eastern Languagu and Civilizations)WESLEY KUHRON JONES(Linguistics with Honors)(Economics)SAMANTHA RAE KARAS(English Language and Literature)HOLLY BERNICE KASSNER(Classical Studies)ASHLYN HELEN KERSHNER(English Language and Literature}RYUNG NAM KIM(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)KATHERINE LOUISE KIRKLAND(Cinema and Media Stu diu with Honors)(English Language and Literature)DILLON ANTHONY PIERRE KLINCKE(Cinema and Media Studies)CLARECE HANNA KOURY(Visual Arts)(Gender and Sexuality Studies)ADAM JAMES KRATOSKA(Linguistics)SCOTT A. LABOVE(Linguistics)DANIEL WILLIAM LAPINSKI(Linguistics)(South Asian Languages and Civilizations)MARJATTA ESTER LEE(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)JACKSON PAUL LIND-LEBUFFE(Philosophy)ANDREA MAE LINDSAY(English Language and Literature)STEPHANIE ANETTE LITCHFIELD(Theater and Performance Studies with Honors)(Comparative Literature)SARAH C. LO(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)(Theater and Performance Studies)HANNAH ROSE LUTZ(Music with Honors)(Philosophy)DUSTIN JOHN LY(Philosophy)(Mathematics)78 ANDREW PATRICK MANDATO(Philosophy and Allitd Fields)NOAM MARGALIT(Philosophy)ALEXANDRA MERRITT MATHEWS(Comparative Literature)LIAM JOJI MATSUMOTO LEE(English Language and Literature with Honors)APRIL VIVIAN McCALLUM(Cinema and Media Studies with Honors)STEPHEN DANIEL McHUGH(English Language and Literature)ISABELLA MAIREAD McKINLEY­CORBO(South Asian Languages and Civilizations withHonors)SYDNEY HEATH MEADOW(Cinema and Media Studies with Honors)JESSICA MEJIA(Romance Languagrs and Literatures)ANTON MELNIKOV(Linguistics)MARGUERITE ALEXANDRA MEYER(English Language and Literature)NAOMI CHARLOTTE MINE(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities withHonors)ANDREW MOSES LEONARDMITCHELL(English Language and Literature with Honors)CHARLES CLINTONMONTGOMERY(Philosophy)AVRA MOUZAKIS(East Asian Languages and Civilizations)MINA MARIE MYERS(English Language and Literature)MADELINE CLAIRE NEWQUIST(English Language and Literature with Honors)ALEXANDER DAILEY NIRENBERG(Philosophy)(Political Science)JACK COURI NUELLE(English Language and Literature)HANNAH MARGARET NYHART(Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities)HANNAH ELIZABETH O'GRADY(English Language and Literature with Honors)MAAYAN YAAKOV OLSHAN(Philosophy)(English Language and Literature)MARY GRACE ORNDORFF(Art History)JESSE JAMES BOOKER ZIGEL ORR(South Asian Languages and Civilizations withHonors)LOGAN TANGEMAN PAYNE(Romance Languages and Literatures)MARCUS ANTHONY PEREZ(Cinema and Media Studies)SANDY SHAN QI(Philosophy with Honors)ANGELA F. QIAN(English Language and Literature with Honors)(Political Science with Honors)TALA MARIA RADEJKO(Comparative Literature with Honors)JULIA ANNE REINITZ(Comparative Literature with Honors)(Slavic Languages and Literatures with Honors)YEVANIT RUTH RESCHECHTKO(Comparative Literature with Honors)(Latin American Studies with Honors)COLETTE CONROY ROBICHEAUX(Philosophy)TOVAH RACHEL ROSENTHAL(East Asian Languagu and Civilizations) DANIEL JASON ROTHBLATT(Linguistics)SARA MICHELLE RUIZ(Slavic Languages and Literatures with Honors)PHOEBE B. SALZMAN-COHEN(Comparative Literature with Honors)AUSTIN MAYHEW SARFAN(Philosophy)(Fundamentals: Issues and Texts)CHRISTOPHER JORDAN SCHEI(English Language and Literature)(Philosophy)MARGARET DRU SCHURR(English Language and Literature)DAVIDA RUSS SCHWABSKY(Philosophy)STEPHENAE ALISSE SEARLES(Romance Languages and Literatures)LILLIAN WANG SELONICK(Classical Studies with Honors)WARREN BOYD SHEPRO(Cinema and Media Studies)THEODORA DOOLITTLE SHURE(Visual Arts with Honors)LINDSEY J. 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Letters. and Society)87THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONDYLAN ARTHUR WEST(Economics)RACHEL ROSE WHALEY(Public Policy Studies with Honors)SPENCER MATTHEWWHITEHEAD(Political Science with Honors)DENNIS PATRICK WIATER(Political Science)(Philosophy)ALEXANDER SALAND WIKSTROM(G�ographical Studies)CHLOE HANNAH WILD(Environmental Studies with Honors)CLAIRE ELIZABETH WILD(Environmental Studies with Honors)(Anthropology with Honors)JOSEPH ALLYN WILES(Economics)ALEXANDRIA CLARISSA WILKINS(Public Policy Studies)ANDREW MONTGOMERY WILKINS(History)DANIELLE WILSON(History with Honors)ROBERT LEROY WIMBERLY(Economics)JAKE MATTHEW WINKEL(Public Policy Studies)JASMINE WING-YIN WONG(Comparative Human Development)YU WEI WALTER WONG(Economics)KELLY ELIZABETH WOOD(International Studies with Honors)ALICIA MONIQUE WRIGHT(Anthropology with Honors)(Linguistics with Honors)ANNIE KOK IN WU(Comparative Human Development)JUSTIN WU(Economics)88 SHERRY WU(Economics)ADAM A. WYETH(Economics)STEPHANIE WANJING XIAO(History with Honors)(Law. Letters, and Society)JASON YIN XU(Economics)(Mathematics S.B.)QIANYI XU(Economics)(History)RUI XU(Economics)XIANG HUI XU(Psychology)YUEXU(Economics)(Art History)DANLEIYAN(Economics)HAO YAN(Economics)(Statistics)CLAUDIA ELIZABETH YANG(Economics)ZEYNEP YAVUZ(Economics)PAMELA MIHRET YESHEWAS{Comparative Human Development)MARANNA YODER(Economics with Honors)COLIN YU(Economics)HARRISON JIA-MIN YU(Political Science)JENNIFER YU(Political Science)STEPHANIE WAI-YAN YU(Environmental Studies)(Public Policy Studies) YUE YU(Economics)SCOTT PHILLIP YUAN(Economics)HOLLY ANNE ZAHARCHUK(Psychology with Honors)RENAT A. ZALOV(Economics)(Romance Languages and Literatures)JULIA CHULIN ZHAN(Economics)ERIC YANYU ZHANG(Psychology)RONALD R. ZHANG(Economics)TRACY SONG ZHANG(Economics)(Political Science with Honors)ZHIQI ZHANG(Political Science)DENNIS ZHAO(Economics)(Statistics)ELSA BINGYUE ZHOU(International Studies with Honors)(Psychology)JOHANNES ZHOU(Economics)(Statistics S.B.)RONGCHEN ZHU(Economics)TIANYU ZHU(Economics)(Philosophy)EVE REBECCA ZUCKERMAN(Political Science)BAILEY ELIZABETH ZWEIFEL(Environmental Studies)THE STUDENT MARSHALS THE COLLEGECANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTSIN THE COLLEGERAFAEL MEGHANI ABRAMOVITZ(Linguistics with Honors)NADIA KATHRYN ALHADI(Law, Letters, and Soci�ty with Honors)(Romance Languages and Literatures)YUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANI(Political Science with Honors)AVA BENEZRA(Law, Letters, and Soci�ty)JOHN PAUL BLIAMPTIS(Biological Sciences with Honors)AMANDA LEIGH BLOCK(Art History with Honors)SIMONE TESHURA BONAPARTE(Classical Studies with Honors)HOPE LOUISE MARTENSBRETSCHER(Physics with Honors)JONATHON JAMES CATLIN(Fundamentals: [SSUts and Texts with Honors)U�wish Studies with Honors)JEANNE JULIANA GERMAINECHAUFFOUR(History, Philosophy, and Social Studies ofScience and Medicine with Honors)CHUN HO CHOW(Physics with Honors)TAYLOR CARL COPLEN(Philosophy)(History, Philosophy, and Social Studies ofScience and Medicine with Honors)MELINA EVELYN DE BONA(International Studies) MELISSA NICOLE GATTER(International Studies with Honors)(Near Eastern Languag�s and Civilizations withHonors)JANE ESPY GORDON(Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations withHonors)ANDREA KARINA HAIDAR(Sociology with Honors)MAGDALENA DEYANOVAIVANOVA(Biological Sciences)ANASTASIA GALINA KAISER(Economics)(Public Policy Studies with Honors)MATTHEW SCOTT KELLNER(Math�matics)JI YEON KIM(Theater and Performance Studies with Honors)(Visual Arts)JANEY JAE-EUN LEE(Political Science with Honors)SCOTT CHARLES HAUSERLORING(Economics with Honors)PRESTON MACKENZIE LUONG(Biological Sciences)NISSA WAN YING MAl(Sociology with Honors)NIKHITHA MURALI(Comparative Human Development)NICHOLAS WOLF PARKER(Public Policy Studies with Honors) MARGEAUX ALLISON PERKINS(English Languag� and Literature)(Theater and Performance Studies}MORGANE RICHER LA FLECHE(History with Honors)MICHAEL FABER ROSENBAUM(Public Policy Studies with Honors)LIANNE SEYFERTH(Political Science with Honors)(Comparative Human Development)DAMINI SHARMA(Economics)NA EUN SHIN(Biological Sciences)ERIN MARY SIMPSON(Public Policy Studies with Honors)EMILY NICOLE TIXIER(Biological Sciences)ASHLEY C. TRAN(English Languag� and Literature with Honors)AUSTIN WILLIAM WARD(Law, Letters, and Soci�ty with Honors)(Economics)LINDSAY EMILY WARREN(Comparative Literature}(Slavic Languag�s and Literatures)HONGYANG XIAO(History)(Economics)BOSI ZHANG(Biological Sciences)CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE INTHE COLLEGECLAIRE MARIE BAUMER(Biological Sciences with Honors) JENNIFER JEAN UEHLING(Biological Sciences)(Environmental Studies A.B. with Honors)CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE INTHE COLLEGE AND THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESLOK TSING ENOCH CHAN(Math�matics)(Economics A.B.)ALEXANDER JOSEPH DUNLAP(Math�matics with Honors) RINA SILLER FRIEDBERG(Matbematics with Honors)MALLORY CAITLYN MORSE(Chemistry) DEREK PERSEUS WONG(Biological Chemistry with Honors)(Chemistry)(Biological Sciences A. B.)HAYLEY JESSICA ZULLOW(Biological Chemistry with Honors)(Chemistry A.B.)89THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 523RD CONVOCATIONThat combination of responses is classic Briones,showcasing his conviction that a proper educationhelps students learn to be deeply and productivelyreflective about anything they encounter.THE LLEWELLYN JOHN AND HARRIET MANCHESTERQUANTRELL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCEIN UNDERGRADUATE TEACHINGMATTHEW BRIONESAssociate Professor, Department of History and the CollegeMATTHEW BRIONES is a historian of the z.othcentury United States, of the Asian Americanexperience, of cities, racial politics, and the politicsof culture more generally. He teaches courses onboth expected and unexpected topics, with titlesranging from "Is American History Dead?" to"Colonizations" to "Baseball and American Culture."Whatever the subject, he brings a passion for criticalinquiry to the classroom, and shows students thatdeep meaning can be found both in classic textsand in things that might at first seem ephemeral.When asked how his courses contributed to theireducation, one of his students replied, "Definedmy education here. No joke. I wish I took moreclasses like this one." Another said of the same class,"I can think analytically about a topic not usuallyconsidered academic," while a third said, "I learnedthe methods of studying and writing about history." The candidate will be presented by JAMES T.SPARROW, Associate Professor, Department of Historyand the College; Master, Social Sciences CollegiateDivision; Deputy Dean, Division of Social Sciences;Associate Dean, the CollegeCITATIONHistorian of American society and culture, and ofthe Asian and Pacific Islander experience in America,MATTHEW BRIONES opens to his studentssearching dialogues between past and present and selfand other, and the often clashing but also mutuallyenriching interactions of the diverse groups thatmake up U.S. society.The candidate will be presented by EDWARD C.BLUCHER, Professor, Department of Physics, theEnrico Fermi Institute, and the College; Chair,Department of PhysicsDANIEL E. HOLZAssociate Professor, Department of Physics, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the CollegeDANIEL E. HOLZ is a theoretical physicistwho works in the areas of general relativity andcosmology. He is a leader in the endeavor to exploreways in which the upcoming era of gravitationalwave astronomy can be used to make discoveries inastrophysics and cosmology. He is also an exceptionaland inspiring teacher. A student in his recent"Spacetime and Black Holes" class wrote, "ProfessorHolz is an amazing instructor. He is infectiouslyenthusiastic about the material. After the first class,I was more excited to learn about relativity than Ihave been about any other topic in physics. In short,Daniel Holz is stellar." He has the rare ability toexplain his subject with remarkable clarity and alsoto communicate to his students his great passion forscience.90 CITATIONTheoretical physicist and inspired instructor,DANIEL E. HOLZ leads his students withenthusiasm and exceptional clarity toward discovery.ILARIA REBAYProfessorBen May Department for Cancer Research, Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology,The Committee on Development, Regeneration, and Stem Cell Biology, and the CollegeILARIA REBAY is a molecular geneticist whoseresearch investigates how cell fates are specifiedand maintained during development, using thefruit fly Drosophila melanogaster as a modelsystem. She is also an exceptional teacher and hashelped to develop and teach the AP5 AdvancedBiology Curriculum, a three-quarter introductorysequence geared toward first-year students withexceptional strengths and interest in science andmath. Her teaching philosophy makes use of in­depth exploration of select examples so that herstudents gain an understanding and appreciationboth of the fundamental contributions classical andmodern molecular genetics have made to currentunderstanding of biological systems, as well as howgenetics can be used to answer open questions acrosscellular, developmental, and evolutionary scales.Student comments that highlight her exemplary THE COLLEGEteaching style include, "Dr. Rebay was very good athighlighting concepts so as to make genetics purelylogical while at the same time making the lecturesinteresting with fascinating details" and, "She bringsenergy and engagement to all that she does, and toour benefit as students."The candidate will be presented by GEOFFREY L.GREENE, Virginia and D. K Ludwig Professor, BenMay Department for Cancer Research and the College;Chair, Ben May Department for Cancer ResearchCITATIONScholar of molecular genetics and outstandingteacher, ILARIA REBAY inspires her students tobecome involved with scientific research and toappreciate the importance of modern moleculargenetics in understanding biological systems.SARA RAY STOELINGASara Liston Spurlark Director, Urban Education Institute;Clinical Professor, the Committee on EducationSARA RAY STOELINGA is an urban educationexpert whose work spans school reform history,policy, and practice. She is the Sara Liston SpurlarkDirector of the Urban Education Institute, andoversees the development of teachers, rigorousapplied research, the operation of schools, and thedistribution of models to improve schools nationally.She is an exceptional teacher and mentor of students.Her students describe their classroom experience as"dynamic" and "thought-provoking" and as a forumfor the discussion of "controversial issues in a waythat made everyone think, rather than take sides."In the words of one student, "Her knowledge, tact,eloquence, and deep thought make it a joy to be in a class with her." She has clearly established herselfas a leader in the field of urban education and as anexemplary teacher.The candidate will be presented by SUSAN C.LEVINE, Rebecca Anne Boylan Professor, Departmentof Psychology, Committee on Education, and theCollegeCITATIONScholar and leader in urban education andexceptional teacher, SARA RAY STOELINGA leadsefforts to improve urban schools and inspires herstudents to engage in dialogue, learning, and deepreflection on important topics in education.91THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO I 52}RD CONVOCATIONMARTHA WARDAssociate ProfessorDepartments ofArt History and the CollegeMARTHA WARD'S considerable scholarship on19th- and zorh-century art confronts the modernfoundations of the reception of art, especially withregard to the history of exhibitions and museumsthemselves. Her deep passion for this subject hasproven infectious, as her courses draw in andilluminate even those students who have no priorexperience with the academic study of the arts. In herclassroom the students hold discussions in the presenceof original works of art and as a result, personal, long­term insight and engagement in the field of art historyare engendered. Her teaching style is consistently enthusiastic and thorough, embodying the delicatebalance of approachability and depth that is a modelfor undergraduate instruction at a research university.The candidate will be presented in absentia byCATHERINE C. BAUMANN, Uniaersity MarshalCITATIONMARTHA WARD'S boundless enthusiasm, inspiringstyle, and encouraging classroom presence havemade her art history courses a model of excellence inundergraduate instruction.92THE AWARD OF HONORS'THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 52311.D CONVOCATIONJACOB MICHAEL CHAMBERSESTHER MEl SZE CHANJACK PETER CHIK CHANLOKTSING ENOCH CHANWING KIE CAMMIE CHANGRACE SHIEH CHANGJUSTIN RONGRONG CHANGSHOU AN ARIEL CHANGLEAH SlJITER CHAPMANMICHAEL STEVEN CHARYSHPHAM MINH CHAUJEANNE JULIANA GERMAINE CHAUFFOURBENJAMIN CONNOR CHEANEYBRIAN CHENCINDY CHENDAPHNE CHENEMILIE IRENE CHENJAY CHENMEGAN S. CHENMICHAEL YISHUN CHENPAUL CHENTERESA HSIAO TIEN CHENZEFENGCHENKATHLEEN TIAN CHENGMIRANDA NICOLE CHERKASPHILIP JUSTIN CHERTOFFMING LI CHEWHOWARD CHIANGLONG WEN CHIANGMARISA ALLISON CHILBERGKIMBERLY ASHLEY CHINJUNGWANCHOYO JOONG CHOEMICHAEL JOHN CARVALHO CHOQUETTEAMY CHOUBYRAN C. CHOUSONIA CHOUCHUNHOCHOWCARRIECHUIJAE HYUN CHUNGDAVIO ALEXANDRE CIANCIDANIEL VINCENT CIOFFISUSAN VICTORIA CLARKEMARINA LUCIA CLEMENTIMONICA ELENA CLODIUSRAECHEL ELIZABETH CLOUDMICHAEL JAMES COATES IIIAMORETTA NOELLE COCKERHAMBENJAMIN LUCAS COINERALANA GABRIELLE COLEMATTHEW PATRICK COLLINSPATRICK SEAN COLLINSSYDNEY BLAIR COMBSNICHOLAS JAMES CONLONMAURA ELIZABETH CONNORSVALERIA CONTRERASJACOB CHARLES CONWAYKARA MARIE CONWAYCODY FRANCIS COOKIAN WATERMAN COOLEYSHANNON ELIZABETH COOPERTAYLOR CARL COPLENRACHEL JOVITA CORRIGANGABRIELLE MARIE COSTAHAZEL ANNE COURTTREVOR BRADFORD COYLEWILLIAM RYAN CRAFTAWARDED GENERAL HONORS WITH THE BACHELOR'S DEGREERAFAEL MEGHANI ABRAMOVITZAARON BENJAMIN ACKERMANMATTHEW GEORGE ACTIPESNICHOLAS BRICE AEPPELMARIAM AGAEVARISHABH AGARWALJASON DIAZ AGUASAZEEM TANVEERAHMADUSMAN AKHTERMOTOLANI OLUWAFUNMBI AKINOLAJACKSON ANAVI AKSELRADFRANCHESCA ISABEL ALAMOSAMARA EMILY ALBAZZAZADRIAN ALDANAREBECA ALDERETE BACASIMONE FAY ALDREDGENADIA KATHRYN ALHADIILKNUR ALIYEVYUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANIABDULLA AL-KUWARILEIGHALONJOVANNA ALVAREZCATHERINE RENEE ALVAREZ-MCCURDYROMAN ANTHONY AMICIEITAN MENACHEM AMIELHANNAH ELISE AMUNDSENEMILY WEAVERANAGNOSTOSMICHAEL JAMES ANDERSEN, JR.CORINNA JAMES KOLODNY ANDERSONSAMANTHA LYNN ANDERSONTYLER JAMES NILS ANDERSONCAROLYN LAUREL ANDREWANNA ANDRIYCHUKANDREW ALFONSO ANGELESALYSSA KRISTEN ANNEKENCATHERINEANNEARBONAJOSEPH WESLEY ARCHERJOSEPH ARONSOHNJAWAD IBRAHIM ARSHADJESSICA SUSAN AWAALEKSANDR AYVAZOVNAVID BAHMANYARALEXANDER ROMULO BAKEKEVIN JAMES BAKERMADISON MITCHELL BALLHANNAH MARIE BALLARDTRISHNABANE�EENMRGREGORY STEPHEN BARANCIKISABELLE DIANA BARANYRICHARD JOHN BARNESlONE HELEN BARROWSTAMER BARSBAYINNOCENT VENDELIN BASSOAJAY KUMAR BATRACAMDEN GREGORY BAUCHNERCLAIRE MARIE BAUMERSTEFANOS BAZINASKATHRYN ELIZABETH BEACHFLAVIUSALEXANDRUBECAALEX CUDD BECKERJENNA CLAIRE BEKENYBRIAN JAMES BELAKALEXANDRA GISELLE BELZLEYHAMID BENDAASAVA BENEZRATSVI BENSON-TILSENSARA ROSALIND BERGEN94 BALTHAZAR DARIUS BERGKAMPROSE MADELINE BERMANCALISTA KURTZ BERNARDNICHOLAS JOHN BESTELIZA MAY BETTERIDGEMIKAELA WINDSOR BETTSCELIA MARIA PUENTE BEVERANKUR BHARGAVARAJESH BHUSALVICTORIA ELIZABETH BINFORDALEXA TSEHM BlRESAWSYDNEY MARIE BIRNBAUMCAMILLE ELIZABETH BISHOPALINA BITRAN ARIZPEALYSSA LOUISE BIVINSTIMOTHY ROBERT BLAIRJOHN PAUL BLIAMPTISAMANDA LEIGH BLOCKMOLLY ELIZABETH BLONDELLX1AOBOHANNONMEREDITH LEIGH BOHENSTEVEN JAMES BOLANDRACHAEL ELIZABETH BOLTEALAINA MARIE BOMPIEDISIMONE TESHURA BONAPARTEVICTORIA ANNA ELISABETH BOREN GASSERCOLIN EDMOND BOSSUMAYA HIBA BOUADIKATRIN KAHLER BOVBJERGLUCIA MARIE BOWERCHRISTOPHER CAETANO BRAGALEKMTLYN C. 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SCHERLIANNE SEYFERTHTOVIA GEETTER SIEGELNATHAN SEXTON SMALLTAWEEWAT SOMBOONPANYAKULEMMA T. STONEREBECCA ROSE STONERCAROL ANN SHU WEI TAN THE AWARD OF HONORSERIN NANCY THOMASNAVY ALEX THOMPSONEMILY NICOLE TIXIERJOHANNA OLIVIA TORRENCEJENNIFER JEAN UEHLINGBRANDON RILEY WALDONJACOB WALERIUSTREVA ROSE WALSHLINDSAY EMILY WARRENLAURA GREENBERG WATRYPAYTON A. WEIDENBACHERDYLAN ARTHUR WESTPRESTON SCHMIESING WHITECLAIRE ELIZABETH WILDDEREK PERSEUS WONGALLEN TIANSHI WUKAIXIXIEMARANNA YODERMembers of the Class of20I5 Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Spring 20I4YUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANILEIGHALONCHARLES JOSEPH ARGUECLAIRE MARIE BAUMERJOHN PAUL BLIAMPTISKATHLEEN TIAN CHENGYO JOONG CHOECHUN HO CHOWDANIEL V. CIOFFITREVOR BRADFORD COYLEKEVIN STEPHEN STOTTER CUDDYJAY BRADON CUSHINGAMANDA ELIZABETH DOBBYNRAYMOND MATTHEW DONGLILIAN DUBEDAGNY S. 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MATTESTEPHEN DANIEL McHUGHIZAAK HAYES MECKLERAIDAN JAMES MILLIFFMALLORY CAITLYN MORSECECILE MCWILLIAMS MURRAYHILDE DEVOIN NELSONMARIO JOHN PALMISANONICHOLAS WOLF PARKERJACOB BEN PASTORZHANSHENG PHANGTRISTAN HINES RASMUSSENBRANDON CHRISTIAN RAYHAUNMORGANE RICHER LA FLECHEDAMINI SHARMANAEUNSHINERIN MARY SIMPSONERIC PAUL SINGERMANMINJAESONGCARLO STUART STEINMANJAMES DANIEL STONEANAGHA SUNDARARAJANANDREW PRESTON THOMASJOSHUA BOONE TRUBOWITZDOUGLAS QUINN VAALERELISE MARIE WANDERGLORIA ZHUJUN WANGHANNAH SIHAN WANGJASON YIN XUTRACY SONG ZHANGHAYLEY JESSICA ZULLOWTHE MAROON KEY SOCIETY, A GROUP OF THIRD- AND FOURTH-YEARSTUDENTS INVITED TO SERVE AS AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE DEAN OFTHE COLLEGE AND TO ASSIST IN THE ENTElITAINMENT OF VISITORS TO THEQUADRANGLES:Students of the Class of20I7 Inducted to the Maroon Key Society, Spring 20I5JONATHAN MICHAEL ACEVEDOMOYINOLUWA ELIZABETH ADETIBANICHOLAS ENSINGER ANTOSANASE SEWUESE ASOMJAKE OREN MANSOORKIRAN AMBIKA MISRA EVANGELINE ANNE REIDWILLIAM J. RHEESAMMIE CARLYN SPECTORALA MOUSA TINEHKATHERINE ANN ZELLNER99THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONStudents Of the Class of20I6 Inducted to the Maroon Key Society, Spring 20I5ANERIAMINKAREN MARIE ANDERSONSTEPHANIE BICAROLINE HELEN BYEJESSICA KRISTEN COVILBENITA KAUR GLAMOURMICHAEL PERRY GOODYEARKEVIN H. HASENFANGRUSSELL SLOANE HATHAWAYGRACELYN RITA JENNINGS-NEWHOUSE KRISTIN LAUREN LINMAREN ELIZABETH LOEBENJAMIN LUSAMBASAMUEL DAVID MAIDMANHELEN ALECIA PETERSENANDREW BUMJIN SONGJULIANA R. ST. ONGETZEERNTEOJUSTIN NAVEEN WANEYPAIGE ELAINE WOMACKStudents of the Class of20I6 Inducted to the Maroon Key Society, Spring 20I4EMMA SHIRATO ALMONNATHAN BROOKSELEANOR ALANNA CLIFFORDSAMUEL PALONS LEVINEDUAA MOHAMEDTESS RICCIARDI MORAN MAlA MARIE O'MEARAVINCENTE GLYNN PEREZMARK EMERSON SANDSTANANYA THAMTHIENGADIL ANAND TOBAABRIAN THOMAS WEISBECKERYUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANIJEANNE GERMAINE CHAUFFOURStudents of the Class of20I5 Inducted to the Maroon Key Society, Spring 20I3TANVIMAGOMALLORY CAITLYN MORSERAYMOND MATTHEW DONG HIMABINDU POROORIEMILY NICOLE HATCH ALISON NICOLE SHAWARLIN ALLEN HILL ASEAL M. TINEHDAKE JUNG MO KANG STEVEN YOON WENDEBORNStudents of the Class of20I5 Inducted to the Maroon Key Society, Spring 20I4NICHOLAS BRICE AEPPELJAWAD IBRAHIM ARSHADAVA BENEZRATABBETHAJEAN BOHACSHANNON ELIZABETH COOPERNATALIE ANNE DAVIDCHRISTOPHER THOMAS DEAKINNAILA MICHELE DHARANIANISHA PRIYA GANGULYADAM JOSHUA GETZLER GARRISON WAILES JONESKLEVINLODANIEL ERNESTO RAMIREZ-RAFTREEISABELLA KENDAL ROWENATALYA SAMEEMICHAEL ANTHONY SANTINITAWEEWAT SOMBOONPANYAKULJENNIFER JEAN UEHLINGALEXANDRIA CLARISSA WILKINSHARRISON JIA-MIN YUSENIORS IN THE PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ELECTED TO THE BETA OFILLINOIS CHAPTER OF ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE WORKOF THE SCHOOL:KATLYNN ZOE ADKINSANNE LAUER CASTROKIMBERLY LOUISE CLINITECAMIL ENID LICEAGA CORREIATHOMAS PETER COURIKYLE JOHN ERICSONMICHAEL JEFFREY HAYESKEVIN EDWARD HODGESJIMINKIM JENNIFER ANNE McCOYCLAIRE ABRAHAM NAUSJACK MICHAEL PEACEELIZABETH WHITMAN RHINESMITHLORENZO RINALDOCLAIRE SHAPPELLEMILY ANN MARIE WALKERVAIBHAV UPADHYAYSENIORS IN THE PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ELECTED TO THE GoLDHUMANISM HONOR SOCIETY:KATLYNN ZOE ADKINSCHRISTOPHER ALAN CASTANEDAANNE LAUER CASTROTHOMAS PETER COURIDAVID GOESEREVECCA MEIRA HARRISMICHAEL JEFFREY HAYESCHAD H. HOCHBERGJIMIN KIM100 CLAIRE ABRAHAM NAUSPATRICIA C. OSMOLAKJACK MICHAEL PEACEJOANNA ELIZABETH PERDOMOALISHA AJIT RANADIVEELIZABETH WHITMAN RHINESMITHROBERT JOHN SANCHEZRICHARD MICHAEL SCHROEDERHANNAH CATHERINE WENGER MATTHEW B. KUGLERALEXATTICUS PARKINSONSTEPHEN M. PAYNEKATHERINE MARIE PEASLEEJOSEPH C. SCHROEDERJOSEPHINE M. SCHULTEDANIEL A. SITOKATHERINE T. WALLINGSTEVEN JOHN WINKELMANKEVIN P. ZIMMERMANTHESCH(CON"]SOPHsromBRIAr­RYANMEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE LAw SCHOOL ELECTED TO THEORDER OF THE CoIF FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE WORK OF THE SCHOOL:BENJAMIN ANDREW BERKMANMATTHEW J. BRINCKSPETER JACOB BRODYBENJAMIN D. BROOKSMARY KAITLYN BURKNICHOLAS STEPHEN DUFAUDANIEL NOLAN HAMMONDDENIS N. HARPERDREW COLIN HARRISMILES HOVEKE JOHNSON THEHIS!ANDFTHEOmREBElJUDnTHEOFTIJUDGTHE ACHIEVEMENT REwARD FOR COLLEGE SCIENTISTS FOUNDATION AWARD,TO A GRADUATE OR UNDERGRADUATE SfUDENT TO CREATE NEW KNOWLEDGEAND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES:MARY CATHERINE ANDORFER VIVIARACHDANITHE Roy D. ALBERT PRIZE, FOR THE BEST MASTER'S THESIS IN ANTHROPOLOGY:CAMERON STEPHEN HU THEREC<JOUTIDANIZEFEITHE J. KYLE ANDERSON AWARD, PRESENTED TO THE SENIOR BASEBALL PLAYERWHO BEST EXEMPLIFIES CHARACTER, LEADERSHIP, INTEGRITY, AND DEDICATIONTO THE TEAM WHILE DISTINGUISHING HIMSELF WITH ACCOMPLISHMENTS ONTHE FIELD:KYLE ANDREW ENGEL THEUNDHAVEINTEBASILTHE DEPAKrMENT OF ANESTHESIA AND CRITICAL CARE AWARD, TO A SENIORMEDICAL STUDENT FOR OUI'STANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD:ANNE LAUER CASTROTHE MARGARET C. ANNAN UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS IN WRITINGESTABLISHED IN Ms. ANNAN'S MEMORY BY HER SfUDENTS, FOR THIRD-YEARSfUDENTS IN THE CoLLEGE IN RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENT WRITING AND FORSUPPOR!' 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BLACKJUDITH MARIE KAMM EDWARD WILLIAM MALACHOSKYTHE JOSEPH HENRY BEALE PRIZES, PRESENTED TO A STUDENT IN EACH SECI10NOF THE FIRST YEAR LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING PROGRAM WHOSE WORK ISJUDGED TO BE MOST WORTHY OF SPECIAL RECOGNITION IN THE LAw SCHOOL:VJVIANAN HELEN ALDOUS!UID, RACHEL lLANA BLOCK ALEX ATTICUS PARKINSONDANIEL A. SITOSTEVEN JOHN WINKELMANDANIEL NOLAN HAMMONDTHE BECKER FRIEDMAN INSTITIITE AWARDS FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT,RECOGNIZING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED...oGY: OUfSTANDING SCHOlARSHIP IN ECONOMICS, MATHEMATICS, AND SfATISTlCS:DANIELE CARATELLIZEFENGCHEN JACOB CHARLES CONWAYSIMON DAVID LAZARUSI\YERmON THE BECKER FRIEDMAN INSTITIITE AWARDS FOR OUTSTANDINGON UNDERGRADUATE SERVICE, RECOGNIZING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHOHAVE WORKED HARD TO CREATE AND SUSTAIN A COMMUNITY OF STUDENTSINTERESTED IN ECONOMICS:BASIL JEFFREY HALPERIN KAYLA MElLI REINHERZ-nORill: THE SONIA G. BERZ HONORS AWARD, TO A GRADUATING MASTER'S DEGREESTUDENT IN THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATION FOROUTSTANDING WORK, WITH SPECIAL CONSIDERATION GIVEN TO ONE WHOSHOWS GREAT FUTURE PROMISE IN THE FIELD OF SERVICES TO THE ELDERLY:IR KELLY FAY DEVINE WRIGHT) FORTHE IRWIN J. BIEDERMAN AWARD, TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BooTHSCHOOL OF BUSINESS FULL-TIME PROGRAM STUDENT FOR OUTSTANDINGLEADERSHIP IN STUDENT UFE AND ACTIVITIES DURING THE FIRST YEAR:MEl CHANGTHE MILLARD PIERCE BINYON MEMORIAL PRIZE, FOR DISTINCTION INHUMANISTIC PURSUITS IN THE CoLLEGE COMMUNITY:JANASHAAN HENG-DEVANTHE DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AWARD, FOROUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF BIOCHEMISTRY ANDMOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS:ANDREW ROALD SANDSTROMJRKIP: THE BEST DISSERTATION AWARDS IN THE DIVISION OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES:NATASHA IVONNE BLOCH MOREL AYA DARINKA PUSICl.VE THE LEONARD BLOOMFIELD PRIZES IN LINGUISTICS, TO THE GRADUATINGLINGUISTICS MAJORS WITH THE HIGHEST GPA IN UNGUISTICS COURSES:RAFAEL MEGHANI ABRAMOVITZ BRANDON RILEY WALDONTHE GEORGE V BoBRINSKOY AWARD, FOR EXCELLENCE IN UNDERGRADUATESlUDIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SLAVIC lANGUAGES AND LrrERATIJRES:JULIA ANNE REINITZURDTHE BooTH DIVERSITY AWARD, TO A GRADUATING FULL-TIME MBAPROGRAM STUDENT IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING EFFOKfS TO CELEBRATEDIVERSITY IN THE BooTH COMMUNITY AS WELL AS ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT ANDSIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUflONS TO Boom's ONGOING DIVERSITY EFFOKfS:CHINWE UCHE ANEKETHE DEAN'S SERVICE AWARDS, TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BooTHSCHOOL OF BusINESS FULL-TIME PROGRAM STUDENTS OR GROUPS FOR THEIRCONTRIBUflONS TO DEAN'S OFFICE INITIATIVES:SOPHIE CHENSIDDHARTH DOSHIBRIAN HOLTZRYAN MATTHEW MATTISON CHARLES PHILIP ROSSETTIKATHERINE SMITHGUYTARTAKOVSKY THE AWARD OF HONORSTHE CHICAGO BooTH LEAnERSHIP AWARDS OF DISTINCTION, RECOGNIZINGFULL-TIME M.BA PROGRAM GRADUATING STUDENTS WHO HAVE MADEEXCEPTIONAL CONTRIBUflONS IN THE AREAS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE,LEADERSHIP, AND STUDENT UFE:VANESSA DOMINQUE DOUYONLINHMYLAMMICHAEL ANTONIO LARRENAGAJESSICA LEIGH NEUFELD ANNA ELIZABETH PIONELUCA PIZZUTOMAITHILI SAGARTHE WAYNE C. BooTH GRADUATE AWARDS, FOR ExCELLENCE IN TEACHING,TO GRADUATE STUDENTS WHO MAKE OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUflONS TOINSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IN THE CoLLEGE:EMILY ALLEGRA DREYFUSMOIRA LYNN FLANAGAN DAVID MAY GUTHERZJAIRAJ. HARRINGTONTHE BRIDGE BUILDER AWARD, RECOGNIZING A STUDENT WHO HAS WORKEDTO ESTABUSH OR SUPPORr CONNECTIONS BETWEEN STUDENT GROUPS ORINDIVIDUALS:ZELDA MAYERTHE T. KlMBAu. BROOKER PRIZES, TO FOSTER THE LOVE OF THE BOOKAND TO ENCOURAGE BOOK COLLECTING AMONG SOPHOMORE AND SENIORUNDERGRADUATES:ROSE MAIJELINE BERMANJULIET SPRUNG ELDRED RACHEL MAXINE McENROETHE D. FRANCIS BUSTIN PRIZE, TO HONORA VALUABLE AND IMPOIITANTCONTRIBUflON, PROPOSAL, OR SUGGESTION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT ANDBETTERMENT OF THE PROCESSES, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES OF OURGOVERNMENT BY A STUDENT IN THE LAw SCHOOL:KATHRYNBITHE YANG CAo-lAN-XrAN BEST THESIS AWARD IN ORGANIc/INORGANICCHEMISTRY:NATHAN DAVID CONTRELLATHE YANG CAo-lAN-XrAN BEST THESIS AWARD IN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY:MIJO SIMUNOVICTHE CAMpus LIFE & LEAnERSHIP AWARDS, PRESENTED TO STUDENTS WHOHAVE DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP IN A SINGLE CO-CURRICULAR ENDEAVORAND SUBSEQUENTLY IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF UFE ON CAMPUS:ELIZABETH L BYNUMSAMUEL ALEXANDER NEAL DANIELLE WILSONEVE REBECCA ZUCKERMANTHE CoMMITTEE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF CANCER BIOLOGY:STEVEN WILLIAM KREGELTHE JOSEPH A CAPps AWARD, GIVEN TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOROUTSTANDING PROFICIENCY IN CUNICAL MEDICINE:THOMAS PETER COURICAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD, IS GIVEN TO AN GRADUATE STUDENT WHOSUBMITTED A FIRST-AUTHOR ABSTRACf TO THE 46TH LUNAR AND PLANETARYSCIENCE CoNFERENCE (LPSC):FRANCOIS LOUIS HENRI TISSOTTHE CLASSICS PRIZE, PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATING SENIOR WHO HASACHIEVED THE HIGHEST ACADEMIC DISTINCTION IN THE CLASSICAL STUDIESMAJOR:CARLO STUART STEINMANTHE GERHARD CLOSS TEACHING AWARDS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, TOGRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY IN RECOGNITION OFEXCEPTIONAL TEACHING OF UNDERGRADUATES:MAREK PIECHOWICZ ERIK REINHARTTHE PAUL R CoHEN MEMORIAL PRIZES, TO THE GRADUATING SENIORSWHO HAVE ACHIEVED THE HIGHEST ACADEMIC RECORD IN THE FIELD OFMATIiEMAnCS:ALEXANDER JOSEPH DUNLAPANGLI IZAAK HAYES MECKLERABIGAIL ROSE WARD101THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RO CONVOCATIONTHE COLLEGE OUTSTI\NDING NEW LEADER AWARDS, TO FIRST- OR SECOND­YEAR STUDENTS FOR EXEMPLARY CONTRIBUfIONS TO STUDENT UFE WHILESHOWING FURTHER PROMISE AS STUDENT LEADERS:STEPHANIE JULIE DIAZ BRIAN BETRAND STEINERTHE COLLEGE WRITING TUTOR AWARDs, ARE GIVEN TO GRADUATESTUDENTS FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE TEACHING OF ACADEMIC WRITING TOUNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS:ELIZABETH ANNE FIEDLER ERIN HILLARY EPPERSONCOMPUTER SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING PRIZES, RECOGNIZINGOUTSTANDING TEACHING ASSISTANTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE:NATHAN TIMBERLAKE BARTLEY TIRATAT PATANA-ANAKETHE OLIVER CROMWELL COX AND ERNEST EVERETT JUST PRIZE, FORTHE UNDERGRADUATE SENIOR THESIS RECOMMENDED FOR DEPARTMENTALHONORS IN ANY DISCIPUNE THAT BEST EXEMPUFIES THE ASPIRATIONS ANDACHIEVEMENTS OF OUYER CROMWELL COX (AM. '32, PH.D '38) ANDERNEST EVERETT JUST (PH.D '16):JAMIE SANCHEZ, JR.THE CRAITENBERGER MEMORIAL PRIZE, AWARDED ANNUALLY TO THEGRADUATING FULL-TIME M.BA STUDENT WITH A SUPERIOR ACADEMIC RECORDENTERING INTO A CAREER IN INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT:GUY TARTAKOVSKYTHE JOHN CRERAR FOUNDATION SCIENCE WRITING PRIZES FOR COLLEGESTUDENTS, WHICH ACKNOWLEDGES THE ABIUTY OF UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOCOLLEGE STUDENTS TO PRODUCE PAPERS ON A SCIENTIFIC TOPIC THAT ISTHOROUGH IN ITS ARGUMENTS BUT ACCESSIBLE TO A BROAD READERSHIP:MICHAEL WYMAN BEGUNSYDNEY JOURDAN OSWALT REITZ ELEANOR DEATON SULLIVANTHE JOSEPH CROPSEY PRIZES, FOR THE OUTSTI\NDING MASTER'S THESES INCLASSICAL POUTICAL PHILOSOPHY WRITTEN BY STUDENTS IN THE DEPARTMENTOF POLITICAL SCIENCE:WILLIAM SPENCER LEVINE TEJAS PARAS HERTHE ALBERT J. CROSS PRIZES, FOR ExCELLENCE IN RESEARCH, TEACHING, ANDDEPARTMENTAL CITIZENSHIP IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY:BOXUANZHAOTHE ALBERT A DAHLBERG PRIZE, FOR THE BEST BA ESSAY IN ANTHROPOLOGYIN THE FIELDS OF BIOANTHROPOLOGY OR ARCHAEOLOGY:ELLEN JANE PLATTSTHE MAx DAVIDSON AWARDS, PRESENTED TO MEMBERS OF THE MEN'S ANDWOMEN'S TENNIS TEAMS WHOSE DEDICATION TO THE TEAM AND SPORTS HASEXCELLED ABOVE ALL OTHERS:ANKUR BHARGAVADEEPAK SABADA MEGAN WINGMUN TANGTHE HARRY L. DAVIS AWARD, TO A GRADUATING STUDENT IN THE UNIVERSITYOF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS WHO HAS MOST EXEMPUFIED THECREATIVITY, WILUNGNESS TO TAKE RISKS, AND DEEP COMMITMENT TO THEMEMBERS OF THE CHICAGO BOOTH COMMUNITY THAT WERE PART OF HARRYDAVIS'S LEADERSHIP WHILE DEPUTY DEAN FOR THE M.BA. PROGRAMS:REBECCA MARY PRYORTHE DEAN'S PRIZES FOR BEST EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING, AWARDEDANNUALLY TO RECOGNIZE FULL-TIME M.BA. PROGRAM STUDENT PROGRAMSTHAT HAVE SUCCESSFULLY ADDRESSED AN AREA OF GROWTH WITHIN THECOMMUNITY AND DEMONSTRATED, THROUGH THE PROGRAM, A COMMITMENTTO EMBRACING AND IMPROVING THE CHICAGO BOOTH COMMUNITY:MANASEE SHANKAR ATRENISHANKER DAMODARAJOHN PATRICK HEAGYMICHAEL THOMAS HEENANDALE THOMAS MICHELSONPRATYUSH RASTOGIKIESEAN KENNETH RIDDICKALEXANDER EDWIN ROTHMEIER PRACHI NALIN SHAHGUYTARTAKOVSKYABHITITEWARIMATTHEW RUGBY THORNEJACOB DAVID WALKERJIALU ZHANGPENGYUZHAO102 THECOLlMATTPATRIPINEFDEAN'S PRIZES OF SERVICE FOR THE COMMUNITY, AWARDED ANNUALLYTO RECOGNIZE A GROUP OR GROUPS OF FULL-TIME M.BA. GRADUATINGSTUDENTS WHOSE COLLABORATIVE EFFORT ON BEHALF OF CHICAGO BOOTHSCHOOL STUDENTS HAS MADE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE INTERNALBOOTH SCHOOL COMMUNITY (E.G., SOCIAL, EDUCATIONAL, CULTURAL EVENTAND PROGRAM PLANNING COMMITTEES): THEOUTSJONKTHEOUTSORC!OFMEXTRYIDINTHOllIRENE ANNE CONLON DANIELLE ROBERT RANIOLOTHE KAREN DINAL AWARDS, TO GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR EXCELLENCE IN THETEACHING OF ACADEMIC WRITING TO FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS:GILADNIR KENNETHYUTHE COMMITTEE AWARD, FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF DEVELOPMENT, REGENERATION, AND STEM CELL BIOLOGY:MAUREEN PATRICIA CETERA THEFIEUDAVIITHE CATHERINE DOBSON PRIZE, FOR BEST ORAL PRESENTATION GIVEN AT THE69TH ANNUAL SENIOR SCIENTIFIC SESSION BY A NON-PHD STUDENT IN THEAREA OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION OF RESEARCH DONE IN MEDICAL SCHOOL:CAMIL ENID LICEAGA CORREIA THEExrsPAVElTHE GERTRUDE DUDLEY MEDAL, TO A FEMALE ATHLETE WHO HASCONTRIBUTED SIGNIFICANTLY IN BOTH LEADERSHIP AND PERFORMANCE TO THEWOMEN'S ATHLETIC PROGRAM:SARA ANNE KWAN THEFUllCON1ENIDSHIRINOMGILAITHE BEST CORE TEACHING AsSISTI\NT IN ECONOMICS AWARD, VOTED ON BYTHE STUDENTS IN CORE ECONOMICS CLASSES:JAMES VINCENT MARRONE THETHE:MARCTHE DONALD E. EGAN SCHOLAR AWARDS, TO STUDENTS WHO, UKE MR.EGAN (I.D, '61), HAVE DEMONSTRATED A STRONG INTEREST IN THE LAwSCHOOL AND HAVE A REPUTATION FOR INTEGRITY: THESTUDEXCEANASYIWEANDREW CHARLES ADAIRBLAIR REBECCA BRADFORDNICHOLAS STEPHEN DUFAU ALEXATTICUS PARKINSONSTEPHEN ISIDORE RICHERTHE ENTREPRENEUR'S ADVOCATE AWARD, TO THE GRADUATING LAw SCHOOLSTUDENT WHO HAS MADE AN EXCEPTIONAL CONTRIBUfION TO THE INSTITUTEFOR JUSTICE CUNIC ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ITS CLIENTS, AND THE CAUSE OFENTREPRENEURSHIP:WILLIAM JOSEPH SMOLINSKI THEOUTSCIVIlMATTHE DEPARTMENT AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOR OUTSTI\NDINGPERFORMANCE IN THE FIELD OF FAMILY MEDICINE:KIMBERLY LOUISE CLINITE ANNETHEATHLPERFITHE ROBERT AND JOAN FEITLER PRIZE, FOR THE BEST B.A PAPER IN ARTHISTORY: MICHDANIEL VINCENT CIOFFI THEAssoANDTHRCEIREI'THE ELSIE F. FluPPI MEMORIAL PRIZE IN POETRY, PRESENTED TO A STUDENTIN THE COLLEGE WHO DEMONSTRATES DISTINCTION IN POETIC COMPOSITIONOR IN THE STUDY OF POETRY:LILIAN DUBETHE JOHN BILLINGS FISKE POETRY PRIZE, AWARDED TO THE BEST ORIGINALPOEM OR CYCLE OF POEMS BY A STUDENT IN THE GRADUATING CLASS:REBECA ALDERETE BACA THEDEPAHAVEMARCTHE RAYMOND D. FOGELSON PRIZE, AWARDED FOR THE MASTER OFARTs PROGRAM IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES THESIS ACHIEVING THE HIGHESTDISTINCTION IN THE FIELD OF ETHNOLOGY OR HISTORY:CHARLOTTE ELISABETH GAW THEACHITYLEITHE HENRY FORD II SCHOLAR AWARD, TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOBoOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FULL-TIME PROGRAM STUDENT FOR THE MOSTOUTSTI\NDING RECORD AFTER THE FIRST YEAR OF COURSEWORK:THOMAS LAYTON FOOTEH THE DANIEL X. FREEDMAN AWARD, TO SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENTS FOROUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF PSYCHIATRY:JONATHAN THOMPSON HENRY OLUWAFIKUNMI MOYO SOBOWALE�T THE DAVID L. FULTON PRIZES FOR ORCHESTRAL ExCELLENCE, PRESENTED TOOUTSTANDING STRINGED-INSTRUMENT PLAYERS IN THE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONYORCHESTRA WHO HAVE CONSISTENTLY DEMONSTRATED THE HIGHEST LEVELOF MUSICAL ACCOMPLISHMENT ON THEIR INSTRUMENTS, AS WELL AS ANEXTRAORDINARY COMMITMENT TO THE ORCHESTRA:[THEYIDING HAOTHOMAS HUA-MING LIAO CASEN BAKER ROSSERAL THE COMMITTEE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF GENETICS, GENOMICS, AND SYSTEMS BIOWGY:DAVID RANDALL BLAIRTHEHEL: THE EVERETT E. GILBERT MEMORIAL PRIZE FOR THE BEST THIRD-YEARExPERIMENTALIST IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY:PAVEL ELKIN) THE THE GWBAL AWARENESS AWARD, AWARDED ANNUALLY TO A GRADUATINGFULL-TIME M.B.A. PROGRAM STUDENT IN RECOGNITION OF EXCEPTIONALCONTRIBUTIONS MADE, WHILE AT CHICAGO BOOTH, TO INITIATIVES THATENHANCE THE CHICAGO BOOTH REPUTATION AND BRAND INTERNATIONALLY:SHIRLEY AMSTERDAMNOAMAVIDOVGILAD AYALON KATHRYN JENNIE GOODMANRAPHAEL NULMANIBYTHE HAROLD E. GOETTLER POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS PRIZE, AWARDED FORTHE BEST UNDERGRADUATE ESSAY ABOUT POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS:MARONA YI FANGTHE LAWRENCE AND JOSEPHINE GRAVES TEACHING PRIZES, TO GRADUATESTUDENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS IN RECOGNITION OFEXCEPTIONAL TEACHING OF UNDERGRADUATES:ANA SILVIA BALIBANUYIWEICHAN CASEY PAUL RODRIGUEZGEORGIOS SAKELLARISDOLUTEE:OF THE JOHN G. HAWTHORNE TRAVEL PRIZE IN CLASSICAL STUDIES, TO ANOUTSTANDING COLLEGE STUDENT IN CLASSICAL LANGUAGES, LITERATURE, ORCIVILIZATION; FOR TRAVEL TO GREECE OR ITALY OR FOR STUDY OF CLASSICALMATERIALS IN OTHER COUNTRIES:ANNE LILAH WILLNERDINGTHE TED HAYDON AWARD, AWARDED TO A MALE TRACK AND FIELDATHLETE WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED SIGNIFICANTLY TO THE SPORT THROUGHPERFORMANCE, LEADERSHIP, AND OVERALL DEDICATION:MICHAEL T. FRASCOENTION THE HEART OF THE TEAM AWARD, PRESENTED BY THE GRADUATE ATHLETICAsSOCIATION TO A SENIOR WHO HAS PROVIDED LIFE, SPIRIT, AND GUIDANCE,AND DEMONSTRATED ENTHUSIASM, PERSEVERANCE AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDETHROUGHOUT HER CAREER:EIRENE HAEYEON KIMTHE CATHY HEIFETZ MEMORIAL AWARD, PRESENTED TO A STUDENT IN THEDEPAIITMENT OF MUSIC WHOSE ASSOCIATION AS A MEMBER OF THIS COMMUNITYHAVE BEEN SINGULARLY MARKED BY A SPIRIT OF CARING AND HELPFULNESS:MARCELLE COULTER PIERSONTHE NANCY P. HELMBOLD TRAVEL AWARD, IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDINGACHIEVEMENT IN GREEK AND/OR LATIN:TYLER JEFFERSON NEENANDST THE PERRY S. HERST PRIZES, RECOGNIZING GRADUATING SENIORS IN THECOLLEGE WHO HAVE COMBINED STUDY WITH SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:MATTHEW PATRICK COLLINSPATRICIA AURORA FERNANDEZPINEROS ERIN MARY SIMPSON THE AWARD OF HONORSTHE EDWARD W HINTON MEMORIAL Curs, FOR ExCELLENCE IN APPELLATEADVOCACY, TO THE WINNERS OF THE HINTON MOOT COURT COMPETITIONIN THE LAw SCHOOL:DANIEL A. EPSTEINALEXATTICUS PARKINSON KATHERINE T. WALLINGTHE JAMES C. HORMEL PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD, FOR THE GRADUATE IN THELAw SCHOOL WHO HAS MADE A STRONG COMMITMENT TO PUBLIC SERVICE:SARA KATHERINE HALEYTHE DAVID S. Hu AWARDS, PROVIDE AN ANNUAL OPPORTUNITY TO REMIE:MBERDAVID S. Hu, A PROMISING STUDENT OF THE CLASS OF 2011, KNOWN FOR HISKINDNESS, INTIE:LLECT, AND ENTHUSIASM FOR LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY OFCHICAGO, IN RECOGNITION OF STUDENTS WHO HAVE SHOWN EXCELLENCE INTHEIR ECONOMICS COURSE WORK AND CREATIVITY IN WRITING THEIR SENIORTHESES:DANIELE CARATELLIZEFENG CHENCODY FRANCIS COOK CHEN CUISCOTT CHARLES HAUSER LORINGTHE HUMANITARIAN AWARDS, PRESENTED TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE LIVED ALIFE OF HONESTY, INTEGRITY, AND RESPONSIBILITY, WITH A DEMONSTRATEDCOMMITMENT TO THE WELFARE OF THE GREATER COMMUNITY:AMELIA DMOWSKATHE PETER HUTTENWCHERAND DOUGLAS BUCHANAN PRIZE INNEUROWGY, FOR THE BEST MEDICAL STUDENT CLINICIAN/RESEARCHER:LORENZO RINALDOTHE ILLINOIS GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN GEOGRAPHYAWARD, RECOGNIZING A STUDENT COMMITTED TO SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INGEOGRAPHY IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE BETTER TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHYAT ALL LEVELS, DIFFUSE GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE, AND UNIFY GEOGRAPHICINTEREST IN THE STATE:ELIAS MAYER MECHABERTHE COMMITTEE AWARD, FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF IMMUNOWGY:BENJAMIN DEWART McDONALDTHE LEON O. JACOBSON PRIZE, FOR THE BEST ORAL PRESENTATION GIVEN ATTHE 69TH ANNUAL SENIOR SCIENTIFIC SESSION BY A NON-PH.D. STUDENT INTHE AREA OF BASIC SCIENCE INVESTIGATION OF RESEARCH DONE IN MEDICALSCHOOL:JOHNJ.LIMTHE LEON O. JACOBSON BASIC SCIENCE PRIZE, FOR THE MOST MERITORIOUSBASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH PERFORMED BY A M.D,/PH.D. STUDENT AT THE69TH ANNUAL SENIOR SCIENTIFIC SESSION:DAVID CHARLES BINDERCHICAGO CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES BEST BA. EsSAY PRIZE, RECOGNIZINGTHE BEST B.A.THESIS ON A TOPIC RELATED TO JEWISH STUDIES:NOAM MARGALITCHICAGO CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES EsSAY PRIZE, RECOGNIZING ANUNDERGRADUATE ESSAY ON A TOPIC RELATED TO JEWISH STUDIES:AUSTIN MAYHEW SARFANTHE EARL S. AND EsTHER JOHNSON PRIZES, TO THOSE STUDENTS IN THEMASTER OF ARTs PROGRAM WHOSE PAPERS BEST COMBINE HIGH SCHOLARLYACHIEVEMENT WITH CONCERN FOR HUMANISTIC ASPIRATIONS AND THEPRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES:FELICE T. LING KEVIN ROBERT KILEYTHE MORTON A. KAPLAN PRIZE, TO A STUDENT IN THE COMMITTEE ONINTERNATIONAL RELATIONS FOR THE BEST MASTER' S PAPER SUBMITTEDDURING THE PREVIOUS YEAR:DAVID SAMUEL KANER103THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONTHE EMILE I<ARAFIOL PRIZE, FOR THE BEST BACHEWR'S ESSAY IN EUROPEANOR INTERNATIONAL HISTORY:COLIN EDMOND BOSTHE FRANCIS X .KINAHAN MEMORIAL PRIZE, TO THE GRADUATING SENIOR WHOHAS MADE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO UNIVERSITY THEATER:MARIA KAMILAH DECKERTHE FRANCIS X KINAHAN AWARD, TO A GRADUATE STUDENT FOR EXCELLENCEIN THE TEACHING OF ADVANCED ACADEMIC WRITING:ERIN LEE GLADE MILDRED END REYTHE PATRICIA R KIRBY MUITI-SPOIIT ATHLETE AWARD, TO THE SENIORWOMAN ATHLETE WHO HAS RECEIVED THE GREATEST NUMBER OF MAJOR "C"LETTERS:JENNIFER JEAN UEHLINGTHE KIRKLAND & ELLIS CORPORATE LAB AWARD OF ExCELLENCE,RECOGNIZES CORPORATE LAB STUDENTS IN 2014-2015 WHO, IN THEOPINION OF LAB FACULTY, HAVE DEMONSTRATED CONSISTENT LEADERSHIP ANDEXCELLENCE IN CORPORATE AND TRANSACTIONAL PRACTICE:BLAIR REBECCA BRADFORDTROY ALLEN EDWARDS, JR. CAROLINE E. HENRYEDWIN ALEXANDER ROSENFIELDSTUDENTS WERE SELECTED FOR THIS HONOR Kr THE END OF THEIR FIRST YEAR,SECOND YEAR, OR THIRD YEAR BASED ON SUPERIOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE.A TOTAL OF TEN PERCENT OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF THE lAw SCHOOLHAS BEEN DESIGNATED AS KIRKLAND & ELLIS SCHOLARS:BENJAMIN ANDREW BERKMANMATTHEW J. BRINCKSPETER JACOB BRODYBENJAMIN D. BROOKSMARY KAITLYN BURKNICHOLAS STEPHEN DUFAUDANIEL NOLAN HAMMONDDENIS N. HARPERDREW COLIN HARRISMILES HOVEKE JOHNSON MATTHEW B. KUGLERALEXATTICUS PARKINSONSTEPHEN M. PAYNEKATHERINE MARIE PEASLEEJOSEPH C. SCHROEDERJOSEPHINE M. SCHULTEDANIEL A. SITOKATHERINE T. WALLINGSTEVEN JOHN WINKELMANKEVIN P. ZIMMERMANTHE FRANCES E. KNOCK PRIZES, FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTIN BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY:THOMAS HUA-MING LIAO DEREK PERSEUS WONGTHE FRANCES E. 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PALAY THIBACTHE STEVEN LUKES MEMORIAL PRIZE, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOREXCELLENCE IN THE FIELDS OF BOTH INTERNAL MEDICINE AND NEUROLOGY:ELIZABETH WHITMAN RHINESMITH THlFIElMICTHE MARK MAMOLEN PRIZE IN BUSINESS, IS AWARDED ANNUALLY TOSTUDENTS WHO EXCEL IN THE AREA OF BUSINESS LAW AS DETERMINED BYPERFORMANCE IN THE BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS COURSE:ALEX ATTICUS PARKINSON THIFIEIPAUTHE EDWIN E MANDEL AWARDS, TO THE GRADUKrES WHO HAVECONTRIBUTED MOST TO THE lAw SCHOOL'S CliNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM: TH:LAUBo(THEDAYKENDELL R. COATESCLARAB. KIM KEIKO ELIZABETH ROSEANTHONY-RAY SEPULVEDATHE IGNACIO MARTIN-BARO, S.j., HUMAN RIGHTS EsSAY AWARD,PRESENTED TO THE COLLEGE OR GRADUATE STUDENT WITH THE BESTHUMAN RIGHTS EsSAY:MIRIAM LIV IVERSEN SHESTACKTHE OSCAR G. AND ELSA S. 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THIN'ANIBEt­NICLAlDAlBEl'ER!DA1THE MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES ALUMNI PRIZE; FOR THE BESTPRESENTATION MADE BY A STUDENT IN THE AREA OF APPLIED SCHOLARSHIP(GWBAL HEALTH, COMMUNITY HEALTH, MEDICAL EDUCATION OR QUALITY& SAFETY Kr THE 69TH SENIOR SCIENTIFIC SESSION:CAsSANDRA DEWRES-lAMAR FRITZ THE CoMMITTEE AWARD, FOROUTSIANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF MEDICAL PHYSICS:GAGE HOLDEN REDLERITKATLYNN ZOE ADKINS KEVIN EDWARD HODGESTHE DEPAJITMENLU AWARDs, TO SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENTS FOROUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE FIELD OF MEDICINE:THOMAS PETER COURICHARLES McKILLIP MULLER CLAIRE SHAPPELLt'S)R THE OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN MEDICINE, TO SENIORSTUDENTS FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT DURING FOUR YEARS IN MEDICALSCHOOL:STSTlC THE MINERAL AND ROCK PHYSICS GRADUATE REsEARCH AWARD, IS GIVENANNUALLY TO PROMISING YOUNG SCIENTISTS BY THE AMERICAN GEOPHYSICALUNION FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS ACHIEVED DURING THEIR PH.D.RESEARCH:REBECCA ANN FISCHEREND THE OLGA AND PAUL MENN FOUNDATION PRIZES, IN ENGUSH, MUSICALCOMPOSITION OR PLAYWRITING, FOR AN ORIGINAL SHORT STORY OR NOVEL,AN ORIGINAL PLAY OF ONE OR MORE ACTS, OR AN ORIGINAL MUSICALCOMPOSITION BY STUDENTS IN THE GRADUATING CLASS:CAROL ANN SHU WEI TAN, Second Place, PlaywrightJENZO FERNANDO DUQU, First Place, EnglishREBECCA ELIZABETH EDWARDS, Second Place, EnglishJAMES DANIEL STONE, Musical CompositionCHRISTOPHER THOMAS DEAKIN, First Place, PlaywrightNG;v:THE COMMITTEE AWARD, FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF MICROBIOWGY:MICHAEL ENEO POWERSTHE LEONARD B. 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MURPHY AWARDS, PRESENTED TOTHOSE STUDENTS WHO HAVE MADE A UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION TO IMPROVINGUNIVERSITY STUDENT LIFE:VINCENTE GLYNN PEREZ MICHAEL SCHUMERIFTHE JANEL MUEllER UNDERGRADUATE THESIS PRIZES FOR THE BESTBACHEWR'S ESSAYS IN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE:IAL AJAY KUMAR BATRALUKE MARTIN BRETSCHER DANIEL LANGFORD CRONIN IVJENZO FERNANDO DuQUETHE MARY JEAN MULVANEY SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS, TO THE MALE ANDFEMALE SENIOR ATHLETES WITH THE HIGHEST JUNIOR AND SENIOR GRADEPOINT AVERAGES:MALLORY CAITLYN MORSE MARIO JOHN PALMISANOTHE THOMAS R MULROY PRIZES, FOR EXCEllENCE IN APPELLATE ADVOCACYIN THE LAw SCHOOL:ANDREW CHARLES ADAIR ALEXATTICUS PARKINSONIY BENJAMIN ANDREW BERKMAN JOSHUA E. REALNICHOLAS ANGELO CASELLI STEPHEN ISIDORE RICHERLAURA KATHLEEN CONLEY CASEN BAKER ROSSDANIEL A EPSTEIN JOSEPH C. SCHROEDERBENJAMIN W HUDGENS OLGA SERGEYEVNA VINOGRADOVAERICA ABRA JAFFE SCHWIERDAVID G. PAl.AY KATHERINE T. WALLING THE AWARD OF HONORSTHE HOWELL MURRAY-ALUMNI AsSOCIATION AWARDS, TO RECOGNIZE THOSESTUDENTS JUDGED OUTSTANDING FOR THEIR LEADERSHIP AND CONTRIBUTIONSTO THE VITAUTY AND CREATIVITY OF STUDENT UFE ON THE MIDWAY:CHRISTIAN ADAMESNADIA KATHRYN ALHADIYUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANITABBETHA JEAN BOHACJEANNE JULIANA GERMAINE CHAFFOURJAY EVAN FELDMANWILLIAM HAMILTON FERNANDEZASHWIN GANTI ALEXANDRA MYLES JAMES HALLADAYARLIN ALLEN HILL, JR.MALLORY CAITLYN MORSELAUREN MARIE RIENSCHEISABELLA KENDAL ROWESHAAN SAPRAASEAL M. TINEHSTEVEN YOON WENDEBORNTHE RUTH MuRRAY EsSAY PRIZE OF THE CENTER FOR GENDER STUDIES,HONORING THE BEST ESSAY WRITTEN IN THE AREAS OF WOMEN'S STUDIES,FEMINIST CRITICISM OR GENDER STUDIES:STEPHANIE WANJING XIAOTHE NORMAN H. NACHTRIEB MEMORIAL AWARD, FOR EXCEllENCE INUNDERGRADUATE STUDIES OF CHEMISTRY, AWARDED EACH YEAR TO ANOUTSTANDING STUDENT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY:ANNE CHRISTINA MARSDENTHE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR GEOGRAPHIC EDUCATION AND AsSOCIATIONOF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS' AWARD, FOR EXCEllENCE OF SCHOLARSHIP:JESSE KLIMT HANDLERTHE CoMMITTEE AWARD, FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF NEUROBIOWGY:AYA DARINKA PUSICTHE DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENTFOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD:YANWANGTHE NICHOLSON CENTER BA THESIS PRIZE, FOR THE BEST SENIOR BA.THESIS IN THE AREA OF BRITISH STUDIES BASED ON THE USE OF PRIMARYMATERIALS IN ANY CONCENTRATION OR DISCIPUNE:PRANAV KUMAR JAINTHE EUZABETH R NORTON PRIZE FOR ExCEllENCE IN REsEARCH INCHEMISTRY:XIAOWANGTHE DANIEL E NUGENT PRIZE, FOR THE BEST DOCTORAL DISSERTATION INHISTORICAL ANTHROPOLOGY:JASON DAVID RAMSEYTHE DEPAJITMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY AWARD, TO A SENIORMEDICAL STUDENT FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE FIELD OFOBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY:KATLYNN ZOE ADKINS JENNIFER ANNE McCOYTHE SECTION AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOR OUTSTANDINGPERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF OPHTHALMOLOGY AND VISUALSCIENCE AWARD:RICHARD MICHAEL SCHROEDERTHE JOHN M. OUN PRIZE, TO THE OUTSTANDING GRADUATE IN LAw ANDEcONOMICS IN THE LAw SCHOOL:DREW COLIN HARRISTHE 2014AGU MEETING OUTSTANDING STUDENT PAPER AWARD, TOPROMOTE, RECOGNIZE AND REWARD PH.D. STUDENTS FOR QUALITY RESEARCHIN THE GEOPHYSICAL SCIENCES BASED ON A STUDENT'S POSTER OR ORALPRESENTATION AT THE AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION FALL MEETING:MICHAEL JACOBSON GLOTTER105THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 523RD CONVOCATIONTHE J USTIN PALMER PRIZE, AWARDED ANNUALLY BY THE DEPARTMENT OFNEAR EAsrnRN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS TO THE UNDERGRADUATEMAJOR WHO SUBMITS THE BEST SENIOR HONORS PAPER:JANE E. GORDONTHE DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENTFOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD:AMY LAUREN KAUFMANTHE PERFORMING ARTs COLLABORATOR AWARD, RECOGNIZING THEGRADUATING STUDENT WHO HAS BEST DEMONSTRATED THE SPIRIT OFCOLLABORATION BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ARTS GROUPS ON CAMPUS:ADAM JAMES KRATOSKATHE PERFORMING ARTs LEADERSHIP AWARD, RECOGNIZING THE GRADUATINGSTUDENT WHO HAS BEST DEMONSTRATED AJITS LEADERSHIP IN A SINGLEPERFORMING ARTS ORGANIZATION ON CAMPUS:HAMID BENDMSTHE CASPER PLATI AWARD, FOR THE OUTSTANDING PAPER WRITIEN BY ASTUDENT IN THE LAw SCHOOL:MATIHEW B. KUGLERTHE TEACHING PRIZES, TO GRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE DIVISION OFTHE PHYSICAL SCIENCES IN RECOGNITION OF EXCEPTIONAL TEACHING OFUNDERGRADUATES:RUFUS MURDOCH BOYACKCHRISTIAN ANTHONY FERKO KEVIN JOHN NIHILLTHE POLSKY CENTER AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP IN PRIVATE EQUITY, HONORSTHE GRADUATING CHICAGO BooTH STUDENT WHO DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIPIN PRIVATE EQUITY THROUGH COURSEWORK AND PA1ITICIPATION IN PRIVATEEQUITY PROGRAMMING; VOLUNTEERISM WITH PRIVATE EQUITY CONFERENCESAND EVENTS; AND LEADERSHIP IN THE STUDENT PRIVATE EQUITY GROUP:SEAN MURRAY WIELANDTHE AWARD FOR THE BEST POSTER DESCRIBING APPLIED SCHOLARSHIPPRESENTED BY A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT IS AWARDED TO:CLAIRE ABRAHAM NAUSTHE AWARD FOR THE BEST POSTER DESCRIBING BASIC SCIENTIFICINVESTIGATION PRESENTED BY A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT:VAIBHAV UPADHYAYTHE AWARD FOR BEST POSTER DESCRIBING SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION INCLINICAL OR SOCIAL SCIENCES BY A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT IS AWARDEDTO:PATRICIA C. OSMOLAKTHE PRESIDENT'S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARDS RECOGNIZING TWO THE JOHN VAN PROHASKA AWARDS, FOR OUTSTANDING POTENTIAL INTEACHING, RESEARCH, AND CLINICAL MEDICINE:VAIBHAV UPADHYAY THREJSCHKEVTHE DEPARTMENT AWARD, FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERALFIELD OF PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCES:MARCELLO COCA PERRAILLON THGruTHIDAYTHE SHEILA PUTZEL PRIZES, TO SENIORS IN THE COLLEGE WHODEMONSTRATES EXCEPTIONAL PROMISE AS A FUTURE PRACTICING PHYSICIAN:lONE LYNN LOCHER SAMUEL DAVID MAIDMAN THOF'IUDcmNICNATTHE JAMIE REDFIELD AWARD FOR ExCELLENCE IN FUNDAMENTALS, TO AGRADUATING FOURTH YEAR STUDENT IN THE FUNDAMENTALS: ISSUES ANDTEXTS PROGRAM IN THE NEW COLLEGIATE DIVISION WHO HAS EARNED THEHIGHEST HONORS SCHOLASTICALLY IN THE PROGRAM:JONATHON JAMES CATLINTHTIMDmTH]SOC10S1THE RICHARD W REILLY AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOROUTSTANDING APTITUDE IN THE FIELD OF GASTROENTEROLOGY:MICHAEL JEFFREY HAYESTHE Rise Up AWARDS, TO STUDENTS WHOSE ENGAGEMENT WITH MEMBERSOF THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY REPRESENT THE UNIVERSITY'S SHAREDCOMMITMENT TO THE VALUES OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION: THDIDMICALISON TOTH FED ORIS JAMES SANCHEZ, JR.THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN SECURITY PRICES AWARD, TO A STUDENT INTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FOR ExCELLENCEIN FINANCE:MINGJUE ZHOU THCOlSIGSCCTHE JOHN GRAY RHIND AWARDS, TO ADVANCED STUDENTS IN THE MINISTRYPROGRAM AT THE DIVINITY SCHOOL WHOSE EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMICAND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING GIVES NOTI\BLE PROMISE OF A SIGNIFICANTCONTRIBUTION TO THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH: THEXCUN'VAlTEJ1IANMARY ELLEN JEBBIA KATHERINE BARNARD RAYTHE ROCKEFELLER CHAPEL ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP, AWARDED TO A STUDENTWHO SHOWS SIGNIFICANT PROMISE AS KEYBOARD PERFORMERS AND WHO PLAYA LEADERSHIP ROLE IN THE CHAPEL'S ORGAN STUDIO AS AMBASSADORS FORSTUDENTS TAKING LESSONS IN ORGAN PERFORMANCE:CHELSIE CHERYL COREN THTH:DEIMEFUlALYTHE RICHARD SALLER DISSERTATION PRIZE, TO THE GRADUATE IN THEDIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES WHOSE DISSERTATION IS THE MOSTDISTINGUISHED PIECE OF SCHOLARSHIP IN A GIVEN YEAR:JONATHAN OBERT THFO]1mTHE MARY ROBERTS SCOTI MEMORIAL PRIZES, GIVEN TO A MEDICALEMILY MARGARET ANNE BISHOP JOANNA ELIZABETH PERDOMOVOLUNTEERS WHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED A SUPERIOR COMMITMENT TO SERVICE STUDENT WHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCEJIMINKIMIN THE GREATER COMMUNITY DURING THE PAST ACADEMIC YEAR:THE PRITZKER LEADERSHIP AWARDS, TO SENIORS FOR OUTSTANDINGEXTRACURRICULAR ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING FOUR YEARS IN MEDICALSCHOOL:HANNAH CATHERINE WENGERTHE PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ADvOCACY AND EQUITY ADvOCACYAWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT WHO DEMONSTRATES ADVOCACYWITHIN OUR INSTITUTION OR OUTSIDE FOR SERVICE, RESEARCH, AND POLICYCHANGES WHICH ADDRESS INEQUITIES IN HEALTH AND/OR HEALTHCARE, ASWELL AS LEADERSHIP IN PROMOTING A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY ATPRITZKER AND IN NURTURING A WARM AND SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FORALL - REGARDLESS OF IDENTITY:JOANNA ELIZABETH PERDOMO DURING BOTH THE BASIC AND CLINICAL SCIENCE YEARS: THSEr­COJOACAMIL CORREIATHE WALTER AND FAY SELOVE PRIZES, FOR DEMONSTRATING EXCELLENTPROMISE FOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN PHYSICS:JAY BRADON CUSHINGPATRICK JAMES JENSENJIAQIJIANG RACHEL MAXINE McENROEJOSEPH ARTHUR MITTELSTAEDT TliWI­PR(THE LILLIAN GERTRUDE SELZ PRIZES, AWARDED TO THE WOMEN WITH THEHIGHEST ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AFTER THEIR FIRST UNDERGRADUATE YEAR: MATHSIJIA SCARLETT LI TFGREX(ANGELA HYEJUNG MOONCRYSTALJ. MAELIZABETH ANNE WOODELLIS AMELIA POWELLHALLEY REBECCA YOUNG WIIKAlPOI':ERALTHE SOCIETI FOR ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE ExCEllENCE AWARD, FORDEMONSTRATED EXCEllENCE IN THE SPECIALTI OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE:MICHAEL DEAN ALLAINTHE JOAN SHIU AWARD, TO PROVIDE RECOGNITION TO STUDENTS WHO HAVERENDERED EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE AS VOLUNTEERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OFCHEMISTRY AS SELECTED BY THEIR FELLOW STUDENTS:KEVIN JOHN NIHILLTHE PAUL SHOREY FOREIGN STUDY PRIZE, FOR A DESERVING STUDENT OFGREEK OR LATIN FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE ATHENS OR ROME PROGRAM INTHE COLLEGE:DAVID ZHAON:THE SIDLEY AUSTIN PRIZES, TO A LAw SCHOOL STUDENT IN EACH SECTIONOF THE FIRST YEAR LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING PROGRAM WHOSE BRIEF WASJUDGED TO BE MOST OUTSTANDING AND DESERVING OF RECOGNITION:COREY KEENAN BRADYNICHOLAS ANGELO CASELLINATHANIEL T. GOLDFINGER DENIS N. HARPERKEIKO ELIZABETH ROSEKATHERINE T. WALLINGHEis THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE LEADERSHIP AWARD, TO GRADUATING FULL-TIME, EVENING, OR WEEKEND M.B.A. PROGRAM STUDENTS, WHO HAVEDEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP AND INTEREST IN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE THROUGHTHE COURSES HE OR SHE HAS TAKEN AND/OR HIS OR HER PARTICIPATION INSOCIAL ENTERPRISE INITIATIVES:JOSHUA PATRICK ROGERSININCE THE AMos ALoNZO STAGG MEDAL, TO A SENIOR MALE ATHLETE WHO HASCOMBINED ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE AND ABILITI, LEADERSHIP, CHARACTER,SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO TEAM SUCCESS AND SCHOLARSHIP:SCOTT JAMES MAINQUIST,TRY'IT'LAY THE JOSEPH STAMPF MEDAL, TO THE SENIOR PLAYER WHO STRIVES FOREXCELLENCE AS A MAN AND AS A BASKETBALL PLAYER; WHO GIVES OF HIMSELFUNTO THE LIVES OF HIS TEAMMATES; AND WHOSE COMMITMENT TO HIGHVALUES AND INTEGRITI IS EXPRESSED IN HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH HISTEAMMATES AND COACHES:IAN MICHAEL JOYCETHE GAY K. AND JOHN R. STANEK PRIZES, AWARDED TO STUDENTS INTHE COLLEGE WHO SHOW PROMISE FORA LIFE OF CIVIC ACTION, WHO AREDEPENDENT IN WHOLE OR IN PART ON HIS OR HER OWN EFFORTS FOR THEMEANS OF ATTENDING THE COLLEGE, AND WHO WILL RELY ON THE PRIZEFUNDS TO CONTINUE HIS OR HER EDUCATION:ALYSSA LOUISE BIVINS ANASTASIA GOLOVASHKINAINCE THE NELS M. STRANDJORD MEMORIAL AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENTFOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF RAoIOWGY:JONATHAN HARVEY STEINTHE URBAN HEALTH INITIATIVE STRONGIN COMMUNITI SERVICE PRIZES, TOSENIOR MEDICAL STUDENTS WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED THE MOST THROUGHCOMMUNITI SERVICE:JOANNA ELIZABETH PERDOMO ALISHAAJIT RANADIVETHE LOUIS SUDLER PRIZES IN THE CREATIVE ARTS, TO GRADUATING SENIORSWHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED EXCELLENCE OR THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OFPROFICIENCY IN THE CREATIVE ARTS:MARIKA ELON BROWNLEETHEODORA DOOLITTLE SHURE KATIE RENEE SOULETHE NATHAN SUGARMAN TEACHING AWARD IN GENERAL CHEMISTRY, TOGRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY IN RECOGNITION OFEXCEPTIONAL TEACHING OF UNDERGRADUATES:WILLIAM CARPENTERKADE MAYA HEAD MARSDENPOLINA NAVOTNAYA THE AWARD OF HONORSTHE NATHAN SUGARMAN AWARDS, FOR GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATESTUDENT RESEARCH, FOR EXCEPTIONAL RESEARCH IN THE ENRICO FERMIINSTITUTE:JESSICA SUSAN AVRAHSIN-YU CHEN BENEDIKT HUBERT DIEMERTHE SUGARMAN/Cwss AWARDS, TO GRADUATE STUDENTS IN THEDEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY IN RECOGNITION OF EXCEPTIONAL TEACHING OFUPPER-LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:WILLIAM CARPENTERKADE MAYA HEAD-MARSDEN POLINA NAVOTNAYATHE ASSOCIATION FOR ACADEMIC SURGERY STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD,FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN RESEARCH IN THE GENERAL FIELD OFSURGERY:LORENZO RINALDOTHE DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOROUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF SURGERY:KEVIN EDWARD HODGESTHE SOL TAX PRIZE, FOR THE DOCTORAL DISSERTATION WHICH COMBINESHIGHEST INTELLECTUAL MERIT WITH RELEVANCE TO ANTHROPOLOGY ANDACTION:FALINA ENRIQUEZTHE THEATER AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES AWARD, RECOGNIZING THEGRADUATING STUDENT WHO HAS BEST DEMONSTRATED THE INTEGRATION OFARTISTIC AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE:JIYEON KIMTHE THEATER AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES ExEMPLARY MENTOR AWARDS,RECOGNIZING THE GRADUATING SENIORS WHO HAVE MADE OUTSTANDINGCONTRIBUTIONS THROUGH MENTORSHIP TO THE UNIVERSITI THROUGH THEIRWORK WITH PERFORMING ARTS ORGANIZATIONS:ALEKSANDR AVYAZOVMARISA ALLISON CHILBERG HIMABINDU POROORITHE ELSBETH THILENIUS CHORAL SCHOLARSHIP, AWARDED TO THE STUDENTWHO MADE THE CHAPEL CONGREGATION GLAD WITH THEIR MUSIC:HANNAH O'SULLIVAN LANDESTHE LEONARD Tow HUMANISM IN MEDICINE AWARD, FOR CONSISTENTLYDEMONSTRATING COMPASSION AND EMPATHY IN THE DELIVERY OF CARE TOPATIENTS AND ILLUSTRATING PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR BY EXAMPLE:THOMAS PETER COURIUNIVERSITI THEATER/THEATER AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES TECHNICALAWARD, IN SUPPORT OF THE GRADUATING STUDENT WHO HAS MADE THE MOSTSIGNIFICANT DESIGN AND TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNIVERSITITHEATER DURING THEIR COLLEGIATE EXPERIENCE:CAROLINE GULLY BROWNTHE UNSUNG HERO AWARD, RECOGNIZING A STUDENT WHO HAS POSITIVELYINFLUENCED A PROGRAM OR ORGANIZATION FROM BEHIND THE SCENESWITH A POSITIVE ATTITUDE TOWARD GOALS, A WILLINGNESS TO HELP INWHATEVER CAPACI1Y NECESSARY, AND A COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE IN THECOMPLETION OF TASKS AND DUTIES:PETER WINDLEY HERMANTHE VIJAY, '77, AND SITA VASHEE PROMISING ENTREPRENEUR AWARDS,TO THE GRADUATING FULL-TIME M.B.A., EVENING M.B.A. OR WEEKENDM.B.A. PROGRAM STUDENT HAVING THE BEST SCHOLASTIC RECORD INENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE UNIVERSITI OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OFBUSINESS:APARNA MISRA JENNIFER PORTER FRIED107THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 5231.0 CONVOCATIONTHE WOMEN'S ATIILETIC AssOCIATION AND ORDER OF THE "C" MOSTVALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS, PRESENTED TO ATHLETES WHO MAKE ASIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE TEAM AND BEST DEMONSTRATE SKILL,LOYALTY, AND SPORI'SMANSHIP:MORGAN ELIZABETH DONOVANY, Baskttball- W0mmKYLE ANDREW ENGEL, BaseballJORDAN CHRISTOPHER SMITH, Baskttball-MmTABBETHAJEAN BOHAC, SoftballNICOLAS T. CHUA, Tennis-MenARIANA IRANPOUR, Tennis- W0mmNKEMDILIM ASHLEY NWAOKOLO, Track 6- Field-Outdoor- W0mmNATHANIEL THOMAS DOWNEY, Track 6- Field-Outdoor-MenTHOMAS WARREN MEEK, Swimming 6- Dicing-MenNKEMDILIM ASHLEY NWAOKOLOS, Track 6- Fitld Indoor- W0mmJENNIFER CALLEGARI HILL, Swimming 6- Diving- W0mmNICOLE CHRISTINE MULLEN, Socctr-W0mmKYLE GORDON KURFIRST, Soccer-MenSCOTT JAMES MAIN QUIST, FootballCATHERINE ANNE YOUNG, Cross Country- W0mmMICHAEL T. FRASCO, Cross Country-MenMAREN ELIZABETH LOE, VolleyballBENJAMIN RICHARD CLARK, Track 6- Pield Indoor-MenTHE CURTIS AND SUSAN WILLING AWARD, AWARDED ANNUALLY TO HONORA SECOND-YEAR STUDENT IN CHICAGO BooTH WITH AN OUTSTANDINGACADEMIC RECORD IN FINANCE AFfER THEIR FIRST YEAR OF STUDY:LEANDRO EZEQUIEL BRUFMANTHE WILMA WALKER HONOR AWARD, TO AN STUDENT IN THE SCHOOL OFSOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATION FOR OUTSTANDING WORK IN THE FIRST YEARAND FOR THE PROMISE OF FUroRE ACHIEVEMENT IN SOCIAL WORK:BRIDGETTE M. DAVISDAVID WALLACE AWARD:ANDREW NAMAN POPPICK XIANGZHU108 THE GREGOR WENTZEL PRIZE, FOR EXCELLENCE IN UNDERGRADUATETFACHINGIN THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS BY A FIRST-YEAR GRADUATE STUDENT TUTOR:MOHAMED RAGAB ABDELMOHSEN ABDEL- HAFEZTHE GREGOR WENTZEL GRADUATE REsEARCH PRIZE, TO A GRADUATESTUDENT FOR OUTSTANDING WORK IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS: ZACMICHAEL ALAN FEDDERKE MICHAEL ROBERT GERACIE AMFEITHE BRUCE WINSTEIN PRIZE, FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT BY A PHYSICSSTUDENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION:RICHARD HAYWOOD PARKER ERI�THE DIANA WOO MEMORIAL AWARD, FOR ExCELLENCE IN CLINICALPEDIATRICS:ELIZABETH WHITMAN RHINESMITH NIS'REI-MICTHE E HOWELL WRIGHT AWARD, TO A SENIOR MEDICAL STUDENT FOROUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE GENERAL FIELD OF PEDIATRICS:THOMAS PETER COURI JULTHE WROBEL TROPHY AWARD, TO THE WRESTLER WHO HAS SCORED THEMOST TEAM POINTS DURING THE SEASON:DEVAN MICHAEL RICHTERTHE GUARANG AND KANwAL YODH PRIZE, TO A GRADUATE STUDENT FOROUTSTANDING WORK IN ExPERIMENTAL PHYSICS:MARTIN WILLIAM SCHEELER MADEHAlCAlRA)HIFHAlTHE ARNOLD ZELLNER DOCTORAL PRIZE, TO A DOCTORAL STUDENT FROMTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BooTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS WHOSE RESEARCHCONTRIBUTES TO THE APPLICATION OF BAYESIAN METHODOLOGY IN FINANCEAND INVESTMENTS:YONGNING WANGELIMeANTHMI�ZEIBEGRTIYUcAIlEY.SIIMIMIilG FELLOWSHIPSARnIUR ADKINS SUMMER FEllOWSHIPZACHARY GENE AUGUSTINEAMERICAN ACADEMY FOR JEWISH REsEARCH SPECIAL INITIATIVES GRANTFEllOWSHIPERlCDREFF SARAH VIOLET ZAGERAMERICAN AsSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN AMERICAN FEllOWSHIPNISHEETA RANJIT JAGTIANIREHANNA KHESHGI ERIN VIRGINIA MOOREAMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION CONGRESSIONAL SCIENCE FEllOWSHIPMICHAEL JACOBSON GLOTTERAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDIAN STUDIES JUNIOR FEllOWSHIPJULIE ALYSSA HANLONAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDIAN STUDIES SUMMER LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIPMARC KELLYAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PAKISTAN STUDIES SUMMER REsEARCH GRANTMAIRAHAYATDEPAlITMENT OF ANTHROPOWGY LEIFFER PRE-FIELD REsEARCH FEllOWSHIPSHANNAH E. BURNETTCAMERON STEPHEN HURAYMOND ALEXANDER HUNTERHIROKO KUMAKIHARlNI KUMAR MYUNGJILEEESTEFANIA PAZ VIDAL MONTEROJOHN O'DONNELL MULLEEJOHANNA ALAIMO PACYGALAKE CARLTON POLANDEPARI'MENT OF ANTHROPOWGY UCHTSTERN DISSERI'ATION FEllOWSHIPLISA MARIE SIMEONE ADAM CARL SARGENTDEPAlITMENT OF ANTHROPOWGY MARK HANNA WATKINS DISSERTATIONFEllOWSHIPSELIZABETH GAINES ANDERSON FAGAN MADELEINE THERESA McLEESTERDEPAlITMENT OF ANTHROPOWGY MARK HANNA WATKINS POST-FIELDFEllOWSHIPSMOLLY KATHLEEN CUNNINGHAMANDREA LILLY FORD YAQUB HASHIM HILALBRITTA ELISABETH INGEBRETSONBECKMAN SCHOLARS PROGRAM IN MOLECULAR SCIENCES FEllOWSHIPSTHERESA HWANG TREVOR DALE ROBERTSCHICAGO BIOMEDICAL CoNSORTIUM SCHOLAR FEllOWSHIPSMICHAEL JOHN GEBHARDT LEAH MARIE MAYOTHE DAVID L. BoREN UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDY ABROADZELDA MAYERBRADLEY FEllOWSHIPSGREGORY EDWARD BUCHAK YIYAOWANGTHE GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIPSYUSEF ASIDDEG AL-JARANI ALIYA BAGEWADICARNEGIE ENDOWMENT JUNIOR FEllOWSHIPAIDAN JAMES MILLIFFCHAVE DISSERTATION FEllOWSHIPEVANS FRANCIS KUEHNSIDNEY BWOMENTHAL FEllOWSHIPMICHAEL LASKINBERNARD O. AND CAROL JEAN BROWN CHORAL SCHOLARSHIPS:MICHAEL WILLIAM ORTIZ MYERS THE AWARD OF HONORSTHE CHURCHIll SCHOLARSHIPANNE CHRISTINA MARSDENCoNGRESSIONAL SCIENCE FEllOWSHIPMICHAEL JACOBSON GLOTTERCRITICAL LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FEllOWSHIPSTYLER JAMES NILS ANDERSONEYAL IN ORA HANFLINGVICTORIA WEYU HUANG ZACHERY WAYNE TAYLORWARREN THOMAS KAMALU YATESDMD SHORT-TERM SCHOLARSHIPALICE HARRIET BUCKNELLCHESTER DALE FEllOWSHIPLESLIE MEREDITH WILSONDATA SCIENCE FOR SOCIAL GOOD FEllOWSHIPSJENNIFER HELSBY YOUNGSOO PARKDAVIS PROJECT FOR PEACE PROGRAM FEllOWSHIPSALEXANDRA Y. 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CREWSTIMOTHY LARNER GUTMANNJULIE ALYSSA HANLONPHILIPPA ROSE KOCKEVAN FRANCIS KUEHN NATIONAL HEPATITIS PROJECT OF APAMSA SCREENING GRANTSCORNELIA LENGYELBRYCE RICHDANIEL SCHULTZDANIEL LOUIS WYCHEALEXANDRA KATHRYN ZIRKLE PHILLIP JOHNSON HSULUKAS HEINRICH MATERN SOOYOUNG LIMNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF JUSTICE GRADUATE REsEARCH FELWWSHIPJONATHAN MARTIN VILLARS DAVISNATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DDIG AWARDSBENJAMIN JOSEPH FEHRMANMATHEMATICAL SCIENCES POSTDOCTORAL REsEARCH FELWWSHIPSYIWEISHE ELLA PATRICIA BUTLER MAIRAHAYAT111THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOVICTORIA NGUYEN 523RD CONVOCATIONNATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRADUATE REsEARCH FELLOWSHIPSJEREMY A. 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SCRAPEBENJAMIN DANIEL SEEGERKATHERINE ELIZABETH SILLIMANAYSE CATHERINE TENGER-TROLANDERALICEYEHNATIONAL SECURI1Y EDUCATION PROGRAM BoREN FELLOWSHIP FORGRADUATESCAROLINE QUINNKIRK RYAN LANCASTERNATIONAL SECURI1Y EDUCATION PROGRAM DAVID L. BoRENUNDERGRADUATE SCHOIARSHIPS FOR STUDY ABROADNOAH B. SHAWNATURAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING REsEARCH CoUNCIL OF CANAoAFELLOWSHIPNIKITA KUKLEVRODRIGO ADEMSEAN MICHAEL DOWDYCHARLOTIE W. NEWCOMBE PH.D. DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPSXIAO-BO YUANNICHOLSON CENTER FOR BRITISH STUDIES GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPSTOYGUN ALTINATASJADINE KATHRYN COLLINGWOODMARlAHAYATMORGAN LEE KAPLANZACHARY TYLER LEONARDDAVID p. LYONSALEXANDRA MARRACCINIMARGARET McFEEAHONAPANDATEJAS PARASHERNICHOLSON UNDERGRADUATE REsEARCH FELLOWSHIPS FOR SUMMER THESISRESEARCH IN THE BRITISH ISLESBENJAMIN PETER SPIKOL SARATH SASIDHARAN PILLAIGAUTHAM M. 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SHERMAN FELLOWSHIPJEREMYTZU-HUAI CHANGEMILY FAYE HIGGSCASEY JAEKYUNG KIMMADISON RAE OLMSTEDISABELLA SOPHIA PAN ROHAN NISHANT SHAHVIOLET SORRENTINOWENDYYITONGCAITLINYEESOCIAL SCIENCE REsEARCH CoUNCIL INTERNATIONAL DISSEIUATIONREsEARCH FELLOWSHIPSTOYGUN ALTINTASAHMET TUNC SEN NANCY ANN THEBAUTSSRC DISSEIUATION PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIPALEJANDRO FLORESSSCR JAPAN SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF SCIENCE FELLOWSHIPNICHOLAS MAHOOD LAMBRECHTSOCIAL SCIENCE VISITING CoMMITTEE DISSEIUATION FELLOWSHIPPATRICK WILLIAM KELLYCoUNCIL ON SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION MINORfIY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMJOANNA PATAG VILLACORTATHE SOCIETY FOR RENAISSANCE ARr HISTORY TRAVEL AWARDCHRISTINE ZAPPELLACoMMITTEE ON SOUfH AsIAN STUDIES FELLOWSHIPSJUSTIN WESLEY HENRYPATRICK GEORGES LAMBELETNABANJAN MAITRA KELLY NICOLE MEISTERCHARLES SCOTT PRESTONKYLE JEFFREY TREMBLEYSOUTHEAST AsIAN STUDIES SUMMER INSTITUTE (SFASSI) LANGUAGESCHOIARSHIPMOODJALIN SUDCHAROEN ANIALIcALJOKRPACfAL.RACA:HIIRAISAlU(MCAL)JEACAlUl'UCIHP HEALTH POllCY SCHOLARS FELLOWSHIPSClASffINKER FIELD REsEARCH GRANTSALYSIA MANN CAREYJONATHAN MARK DEMINGKRISTOPHER TYLER DRIGGERSPATRICK JOHN DYERCHRISTINA PRISCILLA FLORESALEXIS LYN-MARIE HOWARDRAYMOND ALEXANDER HUNTERCATALINA OSPINA JIMENEZHILARY M. LEATHEMRAFAEL TORCH SERVICE FELLOWSHIPRACHEL ROSE KAMINSTHE HARRY S. TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIPSAMUEL TIMOTHY BOLANDMOTOLANI AKINOLAALYSSA KRISTEN ANNEKENJEANNE JULIANA GERMAINE CHAUFFOURCAROLINE ANNA FRISHMAN THE AWARD OF HONORSJORGE E. LEFEVREERIN McFEEAARON ROBERT PADDOCKNATALIA PILANDALICIA ROSE RILEYCAMILLE ROUSSELLAURA CATHERINE SOUTHCOTTPERRY A. WONGGABRIEL VELEZ U CHICAGO Asrs, SCIENCE, AND CULTURE GRADUATE CollABORATIONGRANTSDAM lEN ALEXANDER BRIGHT CAMERON STEPHEN HUUS TEACHING AssISTANTSHIP IN AUSTRIACORY ROBERT SCHIFFWElL GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPSKAICHEN KUANGDALUWENNER-GREN FOUNDATION DISSERTATION FIELDWORK GRANTSHANNAH RACHEL CHAZINMAlRAHAYATVICTORIA NGUYEN SAYANTAN AHA ROYJEREMY A. SIEGMANMRS. 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