Davis reaches out; service to others is his mission
Cubbison seeks environmentally responsible architecture
Erin Cubbison co-founded the student group Green Givens and traveled to Central America to conduct research on crops.
Lee excels at both artistic and scientific pursuits
Kevin Lee will receive degrees in two disciplines that probably couldn’t be further apart: drama and computer science.
Undergrad Giering performs doctoral-level research
Jeffery Giering made genetic maps of certain plant mutations in hopes of identifying and characterizing the mutant variations.
Green’s creations seek to capture a moment of time
“All my work has a sense of loss to it,” says Andrea Green, who will receive a master’s degree from the School of Art.
| Changing lanes: Howlett leaves trucking for law school
Pam Howlett, who worked for years in the trucking industry, “is a model law student and a joy to teach and work with.”
Ginde thrives in fast-paced emergency department
In an often stressful atmosphere, Adit Ginde “keeps his head in tough situations and has an innate love for his work.”
Unsinkable Lonner ‘combines buoyancy with sensitivity’
Alyssa Lonner who “does well in everything and is a decent, good human being” will receive a doctorate today.
Munisamy ‘destined to become a noteworthy leader’
Lawson melds experience with political, economic theory
Henry Lawson will graduate with majors in international affairs and in political science and is looking ahead to graduate school.