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Fall 2012 Commencement Program from Minnesota State Mankato

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  • December 15, 2012

    commencement

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato: A place where big ideas meet real-world thinking.

    Our tradition began in 1868, when we opened our doors

    to 27 students with dreams of becoming teachers. Almost

    150 years later, the tradition continues as we have become

    a comprehensive doctoral university with more than 15,000

    students, 1,800 faculty and staff, and 109,000 alumni

    worldwide. Together, we are committed to breaking down

    barriers, creating solutions and achieving a new level of

    greatness. And together, we will pursue bigger ideas, apply

    real-world thinking more broadly and make life better for

    people throughout our state, our region and our world.

  • 12012 FALL

    COMMENCEMENT

    Saturday, December Fifteenth

    Two Thousand Twelve

    Bresnan Arena, Taylor Center

    Minnesota State University, Mankato

    To Our GuestsToday we recognize our graduates accomplishments. This ceremony is an impor tant and meaningful occasion for students, their families and friends, and the faculty and staf f of Minnesota State University, Mankato. We of fer you the following guidelines to enhance the dignity and smooth flow of the ceremony:

    Please withhold applause during the presentation of the degrees until all candidates for graduation have returned to their seats.

    Please remain seated throughout the ceremony.

    Please do not enter the aisles to take pictures or video of the graduates. Arrangements have been made to have three professional photos taken of each graduate. A professional DVD will be available for purchase as well.

    When the ceremony has concluded, we ask that you immediately proceed out of the arena. Your cooperation ensures a pleasant, memorable experience for all audience members.

    Thank you.

    A member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System and an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity University.

    This document is available in alternative format to individuals with disabilities by calling the Office of Alumni Relations 507-389-3235 (V), 800-627-3529 or 711 (MRS/TTY).

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    Minnesota State Mankato is a tobacco and smoke-free campus.

    Program 9:00 a.m.

    Prelude Concert Minnesota Valley Brass Quintet Gerard Aloisio, Professor of Music trombone Tom Giles, Emeritus Professor of Music trumpet Stewart Ross, Professor of Music trombone Dave Schultz 70, 73 horn Doug Snapp, Professor of Music trumpet Minnesota State University, Mankato

    Processional March Edward Elgar/arrangement by Douglas R. Snapp

    National Anthem Kimm Julian Associate Professor of Music Minnesota State University, Mankato Greetings Doug Knowlton Vice Chancellor for Academic & Student Affairs Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Address Adedamola A. Adeyeye Bachelor of Arts, English College of Arts and Humanities

    Kimberly A. Olson Bachelor of Science, Management College of Business

    Andrew S. Marquardt Bachelor of Science, Information Systems College of Science, Engineering and Technology Conferring of Degrees

    Welcome to the Minnesota State University, Mankato Micki Schaffer 95 10, PresidentMankato Alumni Association Minnesota State Mankato Alumni Association

    Minnesota State University, Mankato Hymn Kimm Julian Associate Professor of Music

    Recessional March *

    *Audience to remain seated.

  • 4 Platform Guests RICHARD DAVENPORT President Minnesota State University, Mankato

    DOUG KNOWLTON Vice Chancellor for Academic &

    Student Affairs Minnesota State Colleges and

    Universities

    VIJENDRA AGARWAL Dean of the College of Science,

    Engineering and Technology

    LINDA L. BAER Interim Vice President for Academic

    and Student Affairs

    ED CLARK Vice President for Technology and

    Chief Information Officer

    BRENDA FLANNERY Dean of the College of Business

    ROBERT HOFFMAN Vice President for Strategic Business,

    Education, and Regional Partnerships

    HAN-WAY HUANG Faculty Honor Marshal, College of

    Science, Engineering and Technology

    PAUL HUSTOLES Faculty Honor Marshal, College of Arts and Humanities

    BASIL JANAVARAS Faculty Honor Marshal, College of Business

    DAVID P. JONES Vice President for Student Affairs and

    Enrollment Management

    DOUGLAS P. MAYO Vice President for University Advancement

    HENRY MORRIS Interim Dean for Institutional Diversity

    and Chief Diversity Officer

    BARRY J. RIES Interim Dean of the College of Graduate Studies and Research

    JOAN ROCA Dean of Library Services

    MICKI SCHAFFER President of Minnesota State

    University, Mankato Alumni Association

    RICHARD J. STRAKA Vice President for Finance and

    Administration

    WALTER R. ZAKAHI Dean of the College of Arts and

    Humanities

    Procession ParticipantsFACULTY HONORMARSHALSPaul Hustoles, College of

    Arts and HumanitiesBasil Janavaras, College of BusinessHan-Way Huang, College of Science,

    Engineering and Technology

    COLLEGE HONORMARSHALSRichard Liebendorfer,

    College of Arts and Humanities

    Roger Severns, College of Business

    Beth Proctor, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

    JUNIOR HONORMARSHALSAmanda Mesenbring,

    College of Arts and Humanities

    Brenda Valdivia, College of BusinessDanielle Hron, College of

    Science, Engineering and Technology

    COLLEGE OF ARTS &HUMANITIESMARCHING FACULTY

    PROFESSORSKimberly ContagJames GrabowskaJohn HumphreyJulie Kerr-BerryCharles LewisJohn LindbergCraig MatarreseJohn PaulMarshel RossowTodd ShanafeltRichard Terrill

    ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSKristen CvancaraPaul FinocchiaroElizabeth MillerGretchen PerbixMatthew SewellKristen TreinenMatthew Willemsen

    ASSISTANT PROFESSORSAmy LautersCecilia Pick

    INSTRUCTORSLesley JacobsAnastasia PanagopoulosLauren Weber

    COLLEGE OF BUSINESSMARCHING FACULTY

    PROFESSORSQueen BookerAnn KuzmaClaudia Pragman

    ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSKathleen DaleJoseph Reising

    ASSISTANT PROFESSORSYilin ChenJames KrogerFerdinand SiagianKay Wallerich

    COLLEGE OF SCIENCE,ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGYMARCHING FACULTY

    PROFESSORSGale AllenRebecca BatesBrian GrohFrancis Hannick

    Gregg MargPatrick TebbeMichael WellsYouwen Xu

    ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSLyudmyla ArdanovaAaron BudgeBradley CookDean KelleyAndy RobertsDeepak SanjelTimothy SecottDan SingerDaniel SwartDaniel Toma

    ASSISTANT PROFESSORSBrian WassermanHan Wu

    INSTRUCTORSMatthew Priem

    LIBRARY FACULTYCasey DuevelMark McCullough

    ADMINISTRATIVE and SUPPORT FACULTYMaria Baxter-NuamahDiane Berge

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    College of Graduate StudiesThe candidates will be presented by Barry J. Ries, Interim Dean.

    MASTER OF FINE ARTSBrett A. Biebel, MankatoCreative WritingAdvisor: Geoffrey Herbach Roy J. Buck, Neenah, WisconsinCreative WritingAdvisor: Richard Robbins Christopher M. Oveson, Mason City,

    IowaCreative WritingAdvisor: Richard RobbinsThesis: After the Golden Spoon: Poems Joseph D. West, Green River,

    WyomingTheatre ArtsAdvisor: Dr. Paul Hustoles Jacob M. Yenish, MankatoTheatre ArtsAdvisor: Steven SmithThesis: The Lighting Design of Whos

    Afraid of Virginia Woolf

    MASTER OF ARTSGodfried A. Asante, GhanaCommunication StudiesAdvisor: Dr. Sachi Sekimoto Lucas K. Baclayon, Tai Chung,EnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee TesdellThesis: Taiwanese Preferences and

    Cultural Factors Influencing Visuals in Taiwanese Health Pamphlets

    Christine M. Bastian, VictoriaCommunication StudiesAdvisor: Dr. Kristen Cvancara Cheree R. Butts, Eden PrairieCommunication StudiesAdvisor: Dr. Deepa Oommen

    Anna E. Cahill, MaplewoodEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Mary Johnston

    Jennifer D. Chelstrom, MankatoEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Gretchen Perbix

    Brent W. Chisholm, Cheney,

    WashingtonEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Nancy MacKenzie Kristine K. Costello, Tequesta, FloridaEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell Susan M. DeTomi, Charleston, South CarolinaEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Nancy MacKenzie

    Robert T. Farrell, GlencoeEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell Brittney P. Hansen, Sioux Falls, South DakotaEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell Robin K. Hartzell, Wichita, KansasEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Nancy MacKenzie Jonathon K. Heide, MinneapolisEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell

    Gina M. Hunt, Huron, South DakotaArtAdvisor: Brian Frink

    Gregory J. Husak, MankatoCommunication StudiesAdvisor: Dr. Sachi Sekimoto

    Bisharo H. Iman, Saint CloudCommunication StudiesAdvisor: Dr. Sachi Sekimoto

    Teresa L. Iverson, Hudson, WisconsinEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Anne OMeara Nicholas J. James, Ridgeley, West VirginiaEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell Younghoon Kang, Republic of KoreaEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Nancy Drescher

    Eric Karikari, GhanaCommunication StudiesAdvisor: Dr. Christopher Brown Amanda L. Kriesel, Eagle LakeMathematicsAdvisor: Dr. Brian Martensen

    John B. Kroger, WoodburyEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Nancy MacKenzie Rebecca K. Kurtzahn-Beach, ChamplinEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Anne OMeara Joshua E. Lauener, Bluffton, South CarolinaEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell Cynthia Li, WoodburyEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Roland Nord Steve R. Linstrom, MarshallEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Anne OMeara

  • 6Patrick N. Moes, FarmingtonEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Lee Tesdell Joni D. Myers, Saint PeterArtAdvisor: Elizabeth Miller Keisuke Nagashima, JapanEnglishAdvisor: Dr. Nancy Drescher

    Harumi Norasakkunkit, Spokane,

    WashingtonArtAdvisor: Matthew Willemsen Lori L. Raborg, Stillwater, OklahomaEnglishAdvisor: