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2011 Spring Commencement Program
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2011 Spring Commencement Program
2011 Spring Commencement Program
2011 Spring Commencement Program
2011 Spring Commencement Program
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  • 1. SpringCommencement Exercises May 14, 2011
  • 2. Ua Ao Hawai‘iWords by Larry Kimura Chant melody by Kalena Silva Kau e ka wena o ke ao i ka lani The announcement of dawn appears as a glowing streak upon the heavens, He wekeweke i ka pö pilipuka It is a narrow opening in the darkness heralding the day, He ‘elele o ka poniponi hikina It is a messenger of purple glimmer from the east. Kau ke kähe‘a wana‘ao i ka ‘äla‘apapa Streaks of red stain long cloud formations, La‘i ana i luna o ke kükulu o ka lani lä Reposing serenely upon the pillars holding up the heavens; ‘O ka‘u ia e huli alo nei i ka ulu ë I turn to gaze upon this, focusing on growth and the rising of a new day, ‘Ae, ua ao ë. Yes, day has arrived. Hö mai lä kö mälamalama Bestow upon us your radiant light I ka honua nei i ka mauli ola Here upon the earth, filled with the spirit of life. Ua ao Hawai‘i ke ‘ölino nei Hawai‘i is in the brightness of day, it shines, brilliant Mai ka pi‘ina a ka welona a ka lä From its boundaries from the east to the west. Kähiko ‘ia i ka ‘ike manomano It wears as its finery a myriad of knowledge, Ka ‘ike köli‘u mai o kikilo mai Of deep insight from the depths of antiquity. ‘O ka‘u nö ia ‘o ka pülama My sole duty is to embrace and to cherish, A pa‘a ma ka ipu o ka ‘ike ë. So it may be firm in the repositories of enlightenment. ‘Ae, ua ao ë. Yes, day has arrived. He mele no Hawai‘i ua ao. This is a poem for Hawai‘i which has seen the light of day.
  • 3. University of Hawai‘i at Hilo 2011 SpringCommencement Program Edith Kanaka‘ole Multi-Purpose Stadium • 9:00 a.m., Saturday, May 14, 2011 PreludeWaiäkea High School Warrior Band . .......................................................................Mr. William Sever, Band Director GreetingsMs. Judith Fox-Goldstein..........................................................................................Commencement Committee Chair ProcessionalPomp & Circumstance. ......................................................................................... Waiäkea High School Warrior Band . Elgar/Grundman Mr. William Sever, Band Director SalutationsWelcome...................................................................... Dr. Donald Straney, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo .Ua Ao Hawai‘i...................................................................................................... Dr. Kalena Silva, Faculty & Students Kimura/Silva Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageThe Star-Spangled Banner ...................................................................................................................Mrs. Terry Sever Smith/Key Hawai‘i Pono‘ï.................................................................................................UH Hilo Showcase Singers & Assembly Berger/Kaläkaua Conducted by Dr. Amy YamasakiIntroductions................................................................. Dr. Donald Straney, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at HiloGreeting.................................................................... Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood, President, University of Hawai‘i SystemCongratulatory Message................................................................................ Ms. Noreen Yamane, Interim Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i - Hawai‘i Community College Excellence in Teaching AwardsRegent Dennis Hirota..................................................................... Vice Chair, University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsDr. Donald Straney....................................................................................... Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo .Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood....................................................................................President, University of Hawai‘i System Board of Regents Award for Excellence in Teaching Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Teaching Student Address“Leap of Faith”................................................................................................................................Ms. Valerie Dionne Bachelor of Arts, Political Science & Administration of Justice“Na Kuene O Ke Ola”............................................................................................................ Ms. Jessica P.M. Toyama Pharm.D.
  • 4. Keynote AddressDr. Hank C.K. Wuh.................................................................................................. CEO, Cellular Bioengineering, Inc Skai Technologies, LLC dba Skai Ventures Presenting the CandidatesDr. Kenith Simmons................................. Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Bachelor’s DegreesDr. Donald Straney....................................................................................... Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo .Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood....................................................................................President, University of Hawai‘i SystemRegent Dennis Hirota..................................................................... Vice Chair, University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsDr. William Steiner..........................................Dean, College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource ManagementDr. Randy Hirokawa..................................................................................................Dean, College of Arts & Sciences .Dr. Marcia Y. Sakai......................................................................................... Dean, College of Business & EconomicsDr. Kalena Silva................................................Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language . Certificates in Teacher EducationDr. Kalena Silva................................................Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language .Dr. Jan Zulich. .................................................................................................................Chair, Education Department . Master’s DegreesDr. James Wills Jr.................... Professor of Marketing & Faculty Director – UH Mänoa Neighbor Island MBA ProgramDr. Jerry Calton.............................................................................................................Professor, China-U.S. RelationsDr. Bryan Kim ................................................................................ Director, Counseling Psychology Masters ProgramDr. Donald Price........................................... Program Chair, Tropical Conservation Biology & Environmental Science Doctoral DegreesDr. John Pezzuto................................................................................................................ Dean, College of Pharmacy Mele for the UniversityPulelo Ha‘aheo................................................................................................UH Hilo Showcase Singers & AssemblyKamanä/Silva/Wilson/Bernardino Conducted by Dr. Amy Yamasaki AcknowledgmentsDr. Donald Straney....................................................................................... Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo . RecessionalTriumphal March from Aida.................................................................................. Waiäkea High School Warrior Band Verdi/Bullock Mr. William Sever, Band Director This is a non-smoking facility. This document is available in alternate format upon request. This facility is wheelchair accessible and sign language interpreters are located to the right of the stage.
  • 5. Keynote Address Dr. Hank C.K. WuhDr. Hank C.K. Wuh, a Honolulu entrepreneur, and leader in Hawai‘i’s biotechnology field, is the 2011keynote speaker. An orthopedic surgeon, inventor, and entrepreneur, Dr. Wuh led the development ofover 20 biomedical and consumer healthcare products from concept to global commercialization.A graduate of Iolani School in 1977, Dr. Wuh was raised in Honolulu and speaks fluent ChineseMandarin. He earned his B.A. in human biology from the Johns Hopkins University, masters in publichealth from Harvard University, and medical doctorate from the Johns Hopkins University Schoolof Medicine. Dr. Wuh was Chief Resident in Orthopedic Surgery at the Stanford University MedicalCenter, elected Class Marshal at Harvard, and is a two-time winner of the Vernon P. Thompson Prize foroutstanding research in orthopedic surgery at Stanford University.Dr. Wuh is the founder and CEO of Skai Ventures, a hybrid of venture capital and technology acceleratorfocused on creating and investing in successful companies by transforming novel, ingenious ideas fromscientists into disruptive innovations. Founder and CEO of Cellular Bioengineering, Inc., he developedthe world’s most advanced bioengineered cornea for transplantation restoring vision for 10 million peoplearound the world with corneal blindness. Dr. Wuh is also the founder of the World Children’s Vision, acharity bringing the gift of sight to children around the world. Dr. Wuh was named Invention Entrepreneur of the Year in 2008 by the Hawai‘i Venture CapitalAssociation and was nominated in 2010 for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. Currently,Dr. Wuh is a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Innovation and Technology Advancementat UH and Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. A previousdirector of the Tech Museum of Innovation of Silicon Valley, Dr. Wuh is now a Board Director of theHawai‘i Science and Technology Council (HSTC) and the Hawai‘i Business and Entrepreneur AccelerationMentors (HIBEAM). Student Address Valerie DionneA native of Arkansas, Valerie Dionne is a political science and administration of justice major who hasmaintained a 3.91 GPA since enrolling in UH Hilo in 2008.With a distinguished academic record, Valerie, a member of the National Political Science Honor SocietyPi Sigma Alpha, was named the UH Hilo Chapter’s Most Outstanding Student for the 2010-2011 schoolyear. She has made the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s list each semester and was awarded theDean’s Scholarship for 2010-2011.Valerie is also a three-time recipient of the Willard D. Keim Memorial Scholarship, twice received theHGEA Charles R. Kendall Scholarship and, most recently, earned the Big Island Federal Credit UnionScholarship. In addition to all her accomplishments, Valerie maintains an active role in campus and com-munity affairs.            After receiving several graduate and law school offers, Valerie chose to remain in Hawai‘i and will attendthe William S. Richardson School of Law in fall 2011. 
  • 6. Alumni MessageDear May 2011 Graduates,On behalf of the University of Hawai`i at Hilo Alumni and Friends Association, I want tocongratulate you on this important and exciting academic achievement. You are leaving thisuniversity armed with a degree that will open doors to many new opportunities and careerexperiences in the years ahead. A special congratulations go to the first graduating class of theUH Hilo College of Pharmacy.As you leave UH Hilo and pursue other endeavors, whether graduate school, immediateemployment or other post-graduate experiences, we hope that you will stay connectedto this university through membership in the University of Hawai`i at Hilo Alumni andFriends Association. Your success is our success, and we want to hear about your futureaccomplishments and also solicit your ongoing input and feedback that will help us tocontinue to grow and prosper. Through our Alumni & Friends Association, you will receivemany important benefits, and be able to network with fellow alumni to keep informed aboutthe campus and the community.We hope that you are leaving here with fond memories of your experiences at UH Hiloand the friends you have made. Your professors and other mentors are proud of yourachievements, and join with us in wishing you good health, happiness and continued successin whatever path you choose for your future.Best wishes & Aloha,Carol A. VanCampPresident, UH Hilo Alumni & Friends Association
  • 7. A Message from the Student Association President Hana mao ‘ole ka ua o Hilo. “Endlessly pours the rain of Hilo.” We, the students of UH Hilo, are the heart and soul of our campus. We look forward to the sunny skies while we are instead welcomed with the rainy days of Hilo. It never weighs down our spirit; we welcome the rain that falls gently upon our faces because we understand that the campus is held together by our spirit and fortitude. We have flown through hurricane winds and battled thunder and lightning. Throughout the struggles of our journey the rain continues to pour and we continue to presevere. We have accomplished so much through soul and spirit at UH Hilo. No matter what the forecast of our futures may be, our rain will never let up. Our rain will never die. Kelson T. Ho‘omano Pakele President University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Student Association
  • 8. University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Spring 2011 Candidates for Graduation College of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)Edlynne Ku‘upua Ku‘ulei Lisa Mei Hagiwara Erika Mariko Miyahira Marisa Nicole Schroeder Anuenue Okalani Akana Paul Ammon Haiola Bradley Koichi Miyashiro Amber Lynne SchwarzLindsey Yuki Aoki Garret Tyler Hand Ross Atsushi Murakami Euikyung Alice ShinAdrienne See Wun Au Tess E. Blankenship Nelson Takeshi Nakatsu Meagan Ryan SolavaJason Jay Braithwaite Amy Eiko Harvey Paul Brian Narciso Curtis Thomas StartDanfeng Cai Danita Dee Henley Daniel A. K. Navas Keegan Kazuo Wai MunCherie Hsiu Lan Chu Jenny Lynn Higa Hong Phuc Ngo SugimotoZoe Ku‘ulei Chun-Dela Cruz Ashley Leiko Hori Kaitlan Pham Ngo Quinn Kiyomi TairaBenjamin Joseph Cloud Jenice Romero Jacobs Ngocyen Thi Ngo Eugene TalatalaNatalie Grace Codianne Madelina Ely Jimenez Cari Tamiko Niimi Jonathan Michael TamMarcus Richard Cressall Elissa-Marie Elikapeka Stan Nikitin Trenton Daigoro TeruyaBenjamin Robert Curry Ka‘ahanui Kahahane Wilson Nyagassa Njinuwo Jessica Patti Michiko ToyamaQuynh Uyen Dao Sarah Ann Kaufman Seul-Ki Noh Namrata Umakant TrivediHan Ngoc Duong Oh-Young Kim Casey Kyoko Ogata Ryan Thomas TrombleyKrystin A. Duong Matthew Levon Kirkland Rochelle Renae Oledzki Veneta TsonevRobert Duyao Esteban Ellen Ann Loney Tehane Chevelle Cody Allen WalkerAngelina Marie Eustaquio Daniel A. Lupi Kahalaomapuana Ornellas Nicole Suzanne WarnerSteven James Evans Kela Mano Ambrish Nareshkumar Patel James Bennett WasselKen Henry Everly Annie Mong Nor Mar Mark D. Reeves Jennifer Jeanne ZbylskiCeslee Kameyo Fukuhara Michael J. Maradik Enoch John Ganir RonduenAshley Ann Fukumae Ryan Akio Mashiyama Zachery Lennon RoyerRovigel Jugos Gelviro Mandy Joann Medina Ben SabbahYana Grinberg Holly Noel Miracle Tiffany Pualei Santore
  • 9. College of Arts & Sciences Master of ArtsMeghan Aiko Chin Cynthia Diane Flack Linda Shepherd Counseling Psychology Counseling Psychology Counseling Psychology “Prevalence, Gender Differences, and Mental Health Problems Associated with Traditional and Nina Elizabeth Iventosch Kathryn Sullivan Strahle China-U.S. Relations Counseling Psychology Cyber Bullying” “China and the United States Sharing the Sphere: AFeng Ding Elsha Carol Makalapua Tivera Roadmap to Sustainability” Counseling Psychology China-U.S. Relations “The Use of Pinyin and Simplified Chinese Cheryl Annette Jorgensen Misti Marie Walker Counseling Psychology Characters in the People’s Republic of China and Counseling Psychology Their Impact on Chinese Literacy and Language Devonne Kahealani Kamau Like Learning in Modern China and the U.S.” Counseling Psychology Master of Education Timothy Colin Fitzpatrick Master of Science Tropical Conservation Biology & Environmental ScienceRiley Fehr Bernard Daren Anthony Garriques Abelardo Antonio Rojas Umana Potential competitive dietary overlap between the invasive coqui frog and the endemic Hawaiian Eric William Hansen Amy Sanae Shimabukuro hoary bat on Hawai`i Island. Springer Jane Kaye Sierra Marie TobiasonNicole Marie DiManno Melissa Allison Netze Shauna Kehaunani Tom Is the reproductive response to fertilization in plants An investigation of the cultural use and population driven more by the nature of soil nutrient limitation Douglas Edward Powless characteristics of opihi (Mollusca: Cellana spp.) at or by the specific nutrient added? Brett Thomas Rodomsky Kalaupapa National Historical ParkKalisi Antoinette Mafikaunanga Fa‘anunu Lava roughness, aridity, and early ecosystem development across a topo-climatic gradient Master Candidates Hooding MentorsDr. Jim Beets Dr. Charmaine Higa-McMillan Dr. Fiona McCormackMr. Frank Capatch Dr. Jean Ippolito Ms. Brandee MeninoMr. Yardley Duran Dr. Sunyoung Kim Dr. Daniel MillarMs. Ginger Hamilton Ms. Heidi Koop Ms. Dawn StoneMs. Beverly Hashimoto-Barlongo Dr. William Mautz Dr. Enbao Wang
  • 10. College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resource Management Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Jared Alfred Keaopolihiwa Cory Robert Mullen Youssef S. Shehata Avelino Kurt Hisashi Nemoto Keoni Melvin Soares Richly Olopai Babauta Yu Pei Rheannon Beth Thompson * Ronald Kealoha Bento III Jesse Keone Potter * Sheldon Kolomona Tsurumatsu Winona Joyce Coelho Uyetake Byron Keli‘i Poy Lara Catherine DeManuel Noel Howard Verbeck * Steve Howard Pukini Mary J. Hudec Jessie Lee Watson * Samantha Dale Robinson Jonathan Reid Hoku Irvine Cal J. Westergard Joey Michael Rogers Emily Anne Lambert Jorden A. Zarders Nicholas Dean Schaffer Justice James Lee Academic Subject Certificate Cory Robert Mullen Steve Howard Pukini Plant Tissue Culture Plant Tissue Culture Joanna Mary Norton Joey Michael Rogers Plant Tissue Culture Plant Tissue Culture College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of ArtsJoshua J. Adams * Kimo Ariana Chandra Bassett Kimberly Ann Brenton Communication & Performing Arts Ka‘imimana‘olelopa‘aokalani Performing Arts PhysicsZenia Malulani Adams Apaka Aaron Dale Behm Heidi M Brietzke Sociology Performing Arts Biology SociologyTiana Malulani Keawemauhili Malie Uluwehionapuaikawekiu Steven Phillip Berkoff * Nicolas Robert Brilliande Aina SummerLynn Arnold Psychology Marine Science Psychology Communication Rebekah Robin Bernard * Timothy Allen Brinley *Gloryana Rofetta Akapo Asa Jackson Aue Psychology Psychology Communication Geography Nama Pracharini Best * Lillian Georgia Brown *Hilton Kaina Aki Jeffrey Tubera Aurelio Sociology Anthropology Kinesiology & Exercise Science Linguistics Grace Kristina Lindsay Christine Brown *Rei Tiana Hemalukanohona Eduardo C. Ayala Mamoali`iokalani Bezilla English Alnas * Administration of Justice Linguistics Kyle Dean Caliboso Psychology Sebastian Lorenzo Baca Patrick Edward Kealoha Kawai EnglishRuth-Rebeccalynne Tyana Marine Science Bida Shontell Jean Ells Calina * Lokelani Aloua Serena Nicole Bader Geology Anthropology Anthropology Communication Morgan Ariel Bonney Shantaye J. K. Cardoza-Maikui *Janet Elizabeth Taylor Reanna Courtney Badua Anthropology Biology Anderson * English Kylie Pomaika‘iokalani Borges Rebekah Lee Carroll Communication Kamuela Barrett Bannister History & Administration of Justice HistoryTabitha-Lee Andrade History Timothy Kainoa Borges Lindsay Akeba Cartwright English Elizabeth Claire Barker Psychology CommunicationJennifer Michelle Antilla * Mathematics Nicole Ann Branco-Santos David Gerard Carvalho Jr. Anthropology & Linguistics Communication Anthropology * Honors Candidate
  • 11. Bachelor of ArtsChenoa Laine Hokulani Castro * Danielle Nicole Deshotel Kenberly Elizabeth Gamba Kelsey Kazuyuki Ito Psychology Art Gray Liberal StudiesSamantha Harue Chang Valerie Belen Dionne * Geography Yuka Ito Biology Political Science & Matthew Thomas Greenway Linguistics Administration of JusticeStallone Kananiki‘eki‘e Mathematics Kelsey Yoshie Chartrand Dominique Renee Easter- Chris Kawelo Gregory Kauluwehiokauanoe Iyo Sociology Green Psychology & Sociology Sociology & Psychology PsychologyKevin Kar Fai Cheng * Desiree Dalila Tovar Guluarte Brandon Beau James Biology Cortney Brook Egdamin Anthropology Psychology PsychologyNana Chiyoda Julia Noelle Ku‘ulei Hall Paul Bruce Janes * Communication Lance Aaron Egeler-DeSmither Psychology History HistoryShannon Elizabeth Christy * Jeffrey Michael Hanna Allison Laura Janson Anthropology Heather Liann Eisen Biology Biology PhilosophyArlynne Shof Chugen * Jay Davies Harding Jared Jaffer McRae Jay Political Science Joselito Enovejas English Marine Science Psychology & SociologyBruce Gum Leong Chun * Pearleen Harvey Joe Joe History Grace Mary Berkley Ewing Psychology & Art Administration of Justice SociologyKelli Ann Foong Chei Natsumi Cassandra Goldie Reigh Hayko Amanda Jane Johnson * Chun Sara Lynn Feste Communication History & Liberal Studies Natural Science Biology Van Bach Ho BriAnna Jazmin JohnsonZachary Alloisius Clarke Abbie Kristine Fisher * Chemistry Performing Arts Psychology Philosophy Terry Ann Holl Jeffrey Austin JonesLauren Meredith Coiner Catherine Fletcher * Psychology Communication Psychology Environmental Studies Elizabeth Gail Horn Andrew Charles JordanRosario Delmar Colon Kevin Villanueva Flores Chemistry Political Science Biology Communication Sebastian George Horton Lagafuaina Urshlah Marie KaioJason Allen Conger Shireen Roberta Lee Flores * Political Science Matai Biology Mathematics Genell Brenna Howell Administration of JusticeJoshua Howard Conneran Richard Mark Foley Geography Keli‘i‘ike‘ole I.S. Communication History Maire Kieran Howell Kalauoka‘ae‘a-KaheleJohn J. Cooper Robert Redder Franklin * Natural Science Sociology History Art Mary J. Hudec Gabriel Fane Kallen-BrownAaron Kalaeikaumaka Minoru Natalie Ann Frazier Geology Kinesiology & Exercise Science Art Correa Jessica Elaine Hughes Elyse Midori Kanda Communication Elina Shra-Violet Fred Marine Science Mathematics CommunicationAnetazha Lei Correa Francilla Rosemary Brandi Ku`ualohaloa Chiquita Administration of Justice & Ikona Anaeho’omalu Freitas Hunerwadel * Kanehailua Political Science Communication Liberal Studies SociologyCory Allen Coverdell Jessica Anne Kauionalani Fu Kelly Lynn Hutson Jashil L. Karasuda Japanese Studies Sociology Anthropology & Art Kinesiology & Exercise ScienceDanielle Jason Crichton Kyle Steven Fuhriman Michealene Makani Malia Sanoe Sasha Kauhane * Sociology Philosophy Iaukea-Lum HistoryJanet Crum * Mai Nicole Fujii Physics Kawanalaaloha Leialoha Psychology Japanese Studies & Linguistics George Hiroshi Ichimaru Kawelo *Arik Konapiliahi Kam Loong Collin K. Funamura Kinesiology & Exercise Science Communication Dadez Psychology Darrick Bryan Isao Iida Nathan Lonohiwa Kekahuna Jr. Marine Science Joel Jay Furuto Natural Science HistoryMaria Teresa B. Datulayta Political Science Stephanie Hokulani Tatsuko Kuuipo Michele Keopuhiwa * Administration of Justice Filamer Lagran Agnes Ganir Inada SociologyBrittany Waipuilani Robinson Art Chemistry Shane G. Kessel Dayton Jacqueline Duldulao Ganiron * Lopaka Kanikai‘o Inciong Communication English Kinesiology & Exercise Science Marine Science Ashley Lehualani KierkiewiczHeather Renee DeLancett Ciara Pualani Ganter Eileen Annastasia Iosefo Political Science Philosophy Biology Psychology Palikkun N. KilafwasruMable Rigur Defan Blossom Hoomanawanui Melissa Marie Ishibashi Political Science Geography Gebin Administration of Justice Brittini RFY KimuraLeesa Sociology Adam K. Ishii Art Kamakaokeakuanalanimakae Robert Geis Communication & Anthropology Kayce Taryn Kirihara Kinesiology & Exercise Science Deniz Florelynn Ann Ito Communication Psychology Cody Ryan Gibson Psychology Geology * Honors Candidate
  • 12. Bachelor of ArtsElizabeth Jane Kirkendall Holly Elizabeth Miller * Jenafer Marie Olsen Shayna Mae Ramones Salvador Psychology Geography Natural Science & Communication BiologyRachel Kruse William Kornet Montgomerie Dane Durand Olson Aoloa Natalie Santos Psychology Physics Anthropology AnthropologyKu‘ulei Aloha Kuala‘au Erik Moore Chikako Omoso * Shohei Sato * History Physics Performing Arts HistoryFrederick Gilbert LaChance IV Brittany Dianne Morettini Nami Osoegawa Likeke Keikikamaha‘o Sawyer Anthropology Political Science Communication PsychologyVictoria Ann Laferte Cole Stephen David Morifuji Kawena Jodee Aiava Otineru Henanihaupuehue J.Y. Sayles Psychology Communication Communication PsychologyClesson Tomio Robert Lee Ashley L. Morishita Tyler James Packett Jenny King Schabell Chemistry History Geography AnthropologyJonathan Scott Leithead Kevin Charles Mosier * Alexander Shudo Parra * Nadia Ruth Schlosser Psychology Linguistics Communication BiologyAla Malia Leka Crystal Kimiko Motomura Blakely Christopher Parsons Katherine Marie Schwind * Biology Psychology Communication Liberal StudiesJohn Randall Lewis * Johanna Dawn Murch Nicole Tatsuko Pasalo *  Bond C. Segal Linguistics Marine Science Psychology Marine ScienceKasha Geraldine David Litecky * KaraLyn Elizabeth Murphy * Christina Lexi Pedroza Kurtis Jacob Sherer * Psychology Communication Communication HistoryEfuru Te’rez Lolagne * Dora Musrasrik Stephanie Annette Perius Dana Sueko Shimabukuro Psychology Mathematics Psychology BiologyJoshua Keala Loving *  Georgianne Kuualoha Catherine Leigh Petke * Yohei Shimizu Mathematics Nacionales Anthropology Environmental StudiesEmma Catherine Lehua Lowery * Sociology Tiana Ku‘uipo Picadura Anon Crystal Shine * English Cami Lyn Toki Nagata Psychology CommunicationHeipua Maija Lukzen Political Science Joshua Kekoa Planas Toru Shirai Political Science & Communication Dena Yukimi Nakahashi Communication Kinesiology & Exercise ScienceChere Rae Lokahi Lyons Art Justin Bradley Praast * Toni Marie Sidman * Political Science & Kyle Matthew Masatoshi Mathematics Administration of Justice Administration of Justice Nakamoto Ryan Kalei Rapozo Omega Rachael Elizabeth Smith *U‘ilani Cassie Marie Macabio Kinesiology & Exercise Science Anthropology Physics Anthropology Winter Likolehua Olinger Nathan Carl Rausa Natasha Paige SostromMari Leilani Maeda Nakanelua English Communication Biology Administration of Justice Amanda Christine Raver * Andrew Teratabu StinnettDesiree Kelani Magallanes Yuko Nakashima * Biology Administration of Justice Psychology Linguistics Victor Reed Lauren Emily Kamalei Stovall *Li‘ula Mahi Mari Mildred Lonokahikini Political Science History Anthropology Naukana-Christensen Samuel Robin Resendez Lara Kathleen KaleihinanoAmanda-Sue Mahina Mahuka Kinesiology & Exercise Science Administration of Justice Stroud Psychology Tiffany Leilani Nerveza Tagiilima Louisa Ripley LinguisticsDarcy Kealaka‘i Makanui-Souza Natural Science Kinesiology & Exercise Science Cara Mariye Sumida Communication Cuong Minh Nguyen Mercedes K Ritte PsychologyJocelyn Mae Perez Chemistry Psychology Amethyst Agcaoili Sumoba Maldangesang Donalyn Iwalani Nihipali Brianna Christine Rivera Psychology Psychology Psychology Administration of Justice Kathryn Ellen Swenson *Ayumi Hirata Maltby Aissa Kiyoko Nishiyama Laura Ashley Rodriguez Kinesiology & Exercise Science Communication & Political Science Kinesiology & Exercise Science History & Communication Brian Yoshiaki TadaIsaac Mangitogyaro Kelsi Lei Ai Nitahara * Mariana M C S Romo Administration of Justice & Political Political Science Psychology Psychology ScienceKrista Malia Marten * Joanna Mary Norton * Amanda Beth Roome Alyson Marie Fumiko Takatsuki * Psychology Biology Anthropology PsychologyArik Sumner Nohea May Emmanuel Abarquez Nunez Stephen E. Royalty Tamerlynn Tamarlane Communication Physics Psychology Administration of JusticeThomas Jay McLaughlin * Penney Puanani Oguma Madonna Cunanan Sablan Kurt Ken Tanabe Philosophy Psychology & Administration of Psychology PsychologyGarrett James McMillan Justice Dion Dionisio Saimon Dru David Taylor Marine Science Ethann Makana Oki Political Science Environmental StudiesMichael David Mejia Political Science Tomoko Sakanaka Benedict Joseph Tharngan Political Science Psychology Political Science * Honors Candidate  Presidential Scholar
  • 13. Bachelor of ArtsPaul David Thornton Gerardo Armando Charles Courtlandt Warr Lee Ellen Wooten * Psychology Urtuzuastigui Biology PhysicsHannah-Marie Tomita Political Science Jason Argust Waterhouse Leipualokelani Primrose Jean Sociology Clayton Michael Uyechi Psychology WrightChelsy Leolani Torres Kinesiology & Exercise Science Richard Wei * Biology Kinesiology & Exercise Science Sheldon Kolomona Tsurumatsu Administration of Justice & History Paul James Wright IIIWilliam Kaukaohu Trask Uyetake Anna Elizabeth Weihl Psychology Psychology Biology Psychology Reina YamagishiFidel Kleber Tunupopo Melissa Van Der Merwe Kelly Katherine White Geography Administration of Justice Marine Science Kinesiology & Exercise Science Hironao YamazakiNicolas Rey Turner * Joel Matthew Viernes Nicholas Ray Wilhoite Marine Science Geography Art Geography Andrew Tatsutaro YanagiJenni Naomi Ueno MaryAnn Vitalis Villalun Gyasi Hoku Williams Administration of Justice Chemistry Biology Communication Clare Kim YiNobukazu Ueno Myriellie Maribbay Wagan Zachary Thomas Wilson Linguistics Political Science Psychology Environmental Studies Elisa Kulia Lehua YoungJonette I. Ugalde Christina T.K. Wales Wade Edward Wolfe * Anthropology Biology Biology Psychology Shaun Toshiro YugawaAnn Nicole Uland Benjamin Leo Ward * Kam-Ling Wong Communication Natural Science Political Science Anthropology Jacob Ah Chin Ke‘alohilani Yung Geography Bachelor of ScienceRachael Karla Addlesberger * Megan Katsuko Everly * T. Kanoelaniikala‘i Lawson Armando Corbilla Sarmiento Jr. Nursing Nursing Nursing NursingSenifa Francis Annandale Kailana Coreen Bajinting Katrina Cassandra Lorenzo Jamie Lee Helen Scharf * Marine Science Flores Nursing GeologyBrian Ali Behnia Nursing Joshua Keala Loving *  Eldridge Indrajit Shay Computer Science Ryan David Garnett * Computer Science AstronomyMatthew Eberle Belt Nursing Keith Lee Lowery Michelle D. Silva Environmental Science Roy Geronimo Nursing NursingRyan Alexander Bishop * Nursing Terence Chua Manegdeg Megan Alicia Sirman Geology Timothy Spangler Glick Nursing NursingKimberly Ann Brenton Marine Science Saul T. McGirr * Omega Rachael Elizabeth Astronomy Matthew Thomas Greenway Nursing SmithStefanie Jean Camp Computer Science Tanyalee L. Menino Astronomy Marine Science Michelle Elizabeth Guitard * Nursing Ayako SudaHui Chen Marine Science Matthew Sadao Mito Marine Science Nursing Kehau Akemi Hagiwara Computer Science Ian Kin Wai SuenElizabeth Anne Clemens * Marine Science Amy Nobuko Mizokawa * Astronomy Marine Science Keith Michael Hernandez * Nursing Charish R. Sumaoang *Liann Puanani Laniawe Marine Science William Kornet Montgomerie Nursing Constantinou Keone Yutaro Hiraide Astronomy Britany Ehikulani Puiyuk Sung Nursing Computer Science Gay Leilani Mukai Environmental ScienceSheral Lokelani Correa- Jensine Therese Kala‘iokamanu Nursing Randi Lynn Tsugiko Tatsuno * Pacheco Honda * Mercedes Kauakilinahe Nursing Nursing Nursing Nobriga Asael Elisha Ahmanson TempleDaniel K. Datlof Chrislyn Danielle Viloria Nursing Computer Science Environmental Science Hudak * Emmanuel Abarquez Nunez Cynthia Ashley ThulinAshley Marie Demotta Nursing Astronomy Nursing Nursing Stephanie Marie Jackson Justin Bradley Praast Wan Chian Tsai *John Paul Ellis Nursing Marine Science Nursing Geology Trace Kaimana Kalei Kendall Marian Rau * Danny Dwayne TudorJoshua Mililaniihakahu Enos Biology Nursing Biology Nursing Ellen Rose Kromkowski Posner * Michael John Roposh * Francis William Usher Marine Science Nursing Computer Science * Honors Candidate  Presidential Scholar
  • 14. Bachelor of ScienceCalvin John Uyechi Lee Ellen Wooten Patrick Yoshio Kaleokalani Sharon Yoshikawa Nursing Astronomy Yasukawa NursingKaitlin Marie Weinert * Ian Matthew Work Biology Colin Peter Zimmermann * Nursing Nursing Jennifer Lynne Yates Marine ScienceDanielle Julia Woodward Brian Christopher Yannutz * Nursing Marine Science Marine Science Academic Subject CertificateJeffrey Tubera Aurelio Shannon Elizabeth Christy Joshua Keala Loving *  Nicolas Rey Turner Teaching English as a Second Women’s Studies Database Management Planning Language Javez Tamradurun Mooteb Richard Wei Lauren Meredith CoinerLillian Georgia Brown Planning Pacific Islands Studies Pacific Islands Studies Pacific Islands Studies Asael Elisha Ahmanson Temple Zachary Thomas Wilson Timothy Spangler GlickShontell Jean Ells Calina Women’s Studies Database Management Planning Women’s Studies Benedict Joseph Tharngan Matthew Thomas Greenway Database Management Pacific Islands Studies Certificate in Teacher EducationStephanie Albornoz Dale Raymond Costello Annette Masako Miura Laieikawai Madeline Suganuma Elementary Education Secondary Education McComber Secondary EducationLauren Akie Alicuben Adrian Lewis Ka`ahanui Elementary Education Rachel E. Taylor Elementary Education DeMello III Jo-Lyn Warrenah Naomi Elementary EducationKensy Kamakanaokalani Apaka Secondary Education Mehau Amy Kimi Ueunten Secondary Education Thomas A. Goltz Secondary Education Secondary EducationMarylou Lorraine Askren Secondary Education Lucas Robert Ramsey Marisa You Elementary Education Michael Christopher Haring Secondary Education Elementary EducationMackenzie Austin Elementary Education Leitutolu David Rasmussen Ann Zamber Elementary Education Eric Thomas Johnson Secondary Education Secondary EducationKule‘a Lester Ka‘eo Bondallian Secondary Education Taz Atlan Rosam Secondary Education Nainoa Joshua Kane Secondary EducationHidi Lehua Naeole Boteilho Secondary Education Sherrilyn Ann Sampaia Elementary Education Carisa Lee Kiyono Elementary EducationMei Cent Ceria Elementary Education Catherine Shafer Elementary Education Sherilyne Mahealani Chung Secondary EducationYoung Ah Choi Len Sara Mahealani Mahuna Souza Secondary Education Secondary Education Secondary Education * Honors Candidate
  • 15. College of Business and Economics Bachelor of Arts in EconomicsJuniper Marie Adler Frederick Charles Duerr * Dora MusrasrikJeffrey Tubera Aurelio Clayton Eliam Joseph Miles O’ConnellArlynne Shof Chugen Jonathan Robert Garnett Arthur Rensley SigrahMaria Teresa B. Datulayta Palikkun N. Kilafwasru Bachelor of Business AdministrationNaomi Kuuipo Ahu * Nanea Christine Haasenritter * Ashley En Tsin Sumiko Ono Business Administration Business Administration & Accounting Business Administration Hyojin An Michelle Grace Hannay Cary Kaipo‘okalani Oshiro * Business Administration & Accounting Business Administration Accounting & Business AdministrationNicole Saidee Aoki Geanne Andrada Inocencio Haley Price Parker * Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Christopher Francesco Keiichi Armanini Chelsy Imina‘auao Johansen Lupe Leilani Ramsey Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Ashley Akuanani Aurello * Daniela Marie Kennedy Amanda Christine Richardson * Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Brandon Phillips Beasley Ji Woo Kim * Cara R Suefuji * Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration & AccountingBrie Hailionaonaokekupuna Johnson Risa Miyoko Kincaid Owen K. Tomori Debus * Business Administration & Accounting Business Administration Accounting Danielle Haruko Kualii Trebor Kaulana Enji Waihee-Yanazaki *Shirley Ann Seguin Dellinger * Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration & Accounting Garrett Tyler McAllister Szuting T. WangAntonette G. Eaton Business Administration Accounting Business Administration Lauren Shizuye Minami James Phillip Ward Maile Kim Enriques Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Kyoungnan Kim Nakagawa Jauslyne Brina Koulima Chartrand Wong *Raisa Leimomi Evora Accounting & Business Administration Accounting & Business Administration Business Administration Tracey Richard Niimi * Peter Raymond WooElina Shra-Violet Fred Business Administration & Accounting Business Administration Accounting Joseph Miles O’Connell Business Administration Academic Subject Certificate Kenberly Elizabeth Gamba Gray Natasha Paige Sostrom E-Commerce Technology & Bus E-Commerce Technology & Bus Danielle Haruko Kualii Trebor Kaulana Enji Waihee-Yanazaki E-Commerce Technology & Bus E-Commerce Technology & Bus * Honors Candidate
  • 16. Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikōlani Bachelor of ArtsAnnemarie Aweau Shasteen Kaleinani Kahaunaele Hawane KalikokaumakaikealaulaoMana Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies RiosGrace Kristina Mamoali‘iokalani Bezilla Luana Lee Ann Kawa‘a Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies & Linguistics Hawaiian Studies Cyrus Poki‘i SetoMalia Leilani Borje * Li‘ula Mahi * Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies Sheri Hualani WilhelmMaleka Kahalamapuana Lanakila Cook Ian Keali‘ilokomaika‘i Nahulu Maioho Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies Elisa Kulia Lehua YoungCarol Viola Gonsalves Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies Academic Subject Certificate Kawanalaaloha Leialoha Kawelo Tiffany Leilani Nerveza Basic Hawaiian Culture Basic Hawaiian Culture Certificate in Teacher EducationKini Kalauaeikauluwehiokaaina Scott Kaua Neumann Kiani Elie Yasak Kaawa Indigenous Education Indigenous Education Indigenous Education * Honors Candidate
  • 17. Honor Societies Beta Gamma Sigma National Business Association Honor Society Naomi Ahu Raisa Evora Lupe Ramsey Brie Debus Tracey Niimi Cara Suefuji Shirley Dellinger Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society of the National Communication Association Joshua Adams Goldie Hayko Heipua Lukzen Malie Arnold Adam Ishii Karalyn Murphy Elina Fred Kawanalaaloha Kawelo Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Kylie Borges Robert Franklin Ku‘ulei Kuala‘au Rebekah Carroll Paul Janes Holly Miller Bruce Chun Amanda Johnson Shohei Sato Lance Egeler-DeSmither Sanoe Ka‘uhane Lauren Stovall Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society Rebekah Robin Bernard Krista Marten Mariana Romo Eileen Iosefo Ayumi Hirata Maltby Elsha Tivera Devonne Like Nicole Pasalo Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society Valerie Dionne Ashley Kierkiewicz Geraldo Urtuzuastigui Sebastian Horton Heipua Lukzen Benjamin Ward Sigma Alpha Pi National Society of Leadership and Success Kyle Caliboso Kayla Sauafea Sigma Theta Tau National Nursing Honor Society Rachael Addlesberger Amy Mizokawa Wan Chian Tsai Megan Everly Kendall Rau Kaitlin Weinert Jensine Kalai Honda Michael Roposh Sharon Yoshikawa Chrislyn Hudak Randi Tatsuno
  • 18. Acknowledgments A warm MAHALO to those whose valuable efforts contributed to the planning of the Spring 2011 Commencement: Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Dr. Kenith Simmons; Secretary to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Ms. Jenny Wakida; Commencement Committee Chair Ms. Judith Fox-Goldstein; Commencement Committee Ms. Mary Ann Tsuchiyama, Ms. Sharay Uemura, and the UH Hilo Conference CenterAnnouncers...................................Mr. Kalani Makekau-Whittaker, Ms. Gail Makuakane-Lundin & Mr. Kurt de la CruzUniversity Congress. ..................................................................................................................... Dr. Barbara Leonard .Student Processional Coordinator...................................................................................................... Mr. Jim CromwellStudent Marshal Coordinator.............................................................................................................. Dr. Luoluo HongFaculty Marshals.............................................................. Dr. Edward Fisher, Dr. Sue Jarvi, Dr. Karla McDermid Smith .Excellence in Teaching Awards Committee........................................................................Dr. Michele Ebersole, ChairUshers........................................................................... Ms. Mary Ann Tsuchiyama, Ms. Sharay Uemura, CoordinatorsFacilities & Decor. ............................................. Ms. Nadine Austin, Auxiliary Services; Mr. Warren Ferreira, Security; . Mr. Ken Ikeda, Safety Specialist; UH Hilo Conference Center; Mr. Fred Lau, Ho‘olulu Park Complex; Mr. Randy Nevins, PalmsStudent Speaker Selection Committee...................................................................................... Ms. Rayna Morel, Chair .Program......................................................................................................... Academic Affairs; Administrative Affairs; . College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resources Management; Bookstore; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Continuing Education & Community Service; Communication Department; Disability Services; Graphic Services; Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language; Media Services; Office for Student Affairs; Office of the Chancellor; Performing Arts Department; UH Hilo Conference Center; UH Hilo Student Association; Office of University RelationsSign Language Interpreters. ........................................................................................ Ms. Justine Jones, Ms. Lynn Pena . Special thanks to: Hui Ka Ua for kukui nut lei provided for graduation candidates, carpeting and the stage backdrop; Ms. Bridget Awong; Ms. Barbara Bostwick; Mr. James Cromwel; Mr. Walter Dudoit; Mr. Joseph Estrella; Ms. Myrtle Hara; Ms. Karla Hayashi; Ms. Marcia Helle; Mr. Kenn Hupp; Mr. Kolin Kettleson; Ms. Gail Makuakane-Lundin; Mr. Craig Mori; Mr. Curtis Nishioka; Mr. John Oshima; Ms. Yu Yok Pearring; Ms. Margaret Shiba; Ms. Susan Shirachi; Ms. Janis Shirai; Mr. Bryan Simmons; Mr. Jason Tanaka; Mr. Robin Takahashi; Ms. Jenny Wakida; Ms. Susan Yugawa; Ms. Cathy Zenz; Aunty Luana Kawelu/Merrie Monarch Hula Festival, and the staff and students of Nawahiokalani‘opu‘u. Lehua cover art by Dietrich Varez.
  • 19. The Star-Spangled BannerPoem by Francis Scott Key Music by John Stafford SmithOh, say, can you see by the dawn’s early lightWhat so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight,O’er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air,Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.Oh, say, does that Star-Spangled Banner yet waveO’er the land of the free and the home of the brave? Hawai‘i Pono‘iMusic by Henri Berger Lyrics by David KaläkauaHawai‘i pono‘ï Hawai‘i’s very own,Nänä i kou mö‘ï Look to your sovereign lord,Ka lani ali‘i Your chief that is heaven-born,Ke ali‘i. Who is your king. Hui: Makua lani ë Protector heaven-sent, Kamehameha ë Kamehameha great, Na käua e pale To vanquish every foe Me ka ihe. With conquering spear.Hawai‘i pono‘ï People of Hawai‘i’s land,Nänä i nä ali‘i Look to your native chiefs,Nä pua muli kou Your sole surviving lords,Nä pöki‘i. The nation’s pride.Hawai‘i pono‘ï People of Hawaiian stock,E ka lähui ë My nation ever dear,‘O käu hana nui With loins begirt for workE ui ë. Strive with your might.
  • 20. Pulelo Ha‘aheoWords by Kauanoe Kamanä, Kalena Silva, William H. WilsonMusic by Haunani BernardinoPulelo ha‘aheo ke ahi a nä lehua a‘o HiloHilo o ka mälamalama, lamakü o nei aoKa ua Kanilehua ka‘u e pülama mau aiHilo i ka uluwehiwehi, wehi kau i ka wëkiuHui:E kü a‘e e Hilo, lei i ka na‘auaoHo‘okahi ka umauma, ho‘okahi pu‘uwai.English Translation by Kauanoe Kamanä, Kalena Silva,Kenith Simmons, William H. WilsonLehua blossom flames leap high above Hilo,Hilo, proud bearer of the torch of wisdom, light for all to share.I shall always cherish the Kanilehua rain;Hilo, lush with vegetation, a lei reaching to the highest peaks.Chorus:Rise up, O Hilo, wear proudly the mantle of enlightenment;Let us stand united in purpose, mind and heart.
  • 21. Academic RegaliaThe academic costume worn by faculty during commencement comes from an old tradition dating from the MiddleAges. At that time all students were clerics. Academic regalia was worn to keep students warm as well as toidentify the religious order to which the student belonged.In America, academic costumes were established based on the intercollegiate code of 1895. Each aspect of thecostume, such as gown color, mortarboard tassel, and sleeve shape, indicate something about the wearer and thehighest degree received.Most gowns are black, but some schools use brightly colored gowns. The color of the tassel indicates the highestdegree earned by the wearer; a doctor’s cap frequently bears a tassel of gold. Sleeves that are pointed are worn byholders of a bachelor’s degree, oblong sleeves by holders of master’s degrees, and bell‐shaped sleeves indicate thewearer holds a doctorate or specialist degree. The doctor is distinguished by the three bars that adorn the sleeves ofthe gown.The brightly colored hoods are the outstanding feature of the academic costume. They represent both the field ofstudy and the university from which the degree was earned, as represented by the colors of both the border and thelining.Here at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, we also continue the tradition of marching in academic regalia. Indeed,the colorful procession of faculty is marked by distinctive caps and gowns from universities worldwide. Similarly,the color of the tassel worn by today’s graduation candidates reflect their major. Maize.......................................... Agriculture Lemon...................................Library Science White......................Arts, Letters, Humanities Kelly Green....................................Medicine Drab........................ Business Administration Pink..................................................... Music Silver Gray.......................... Communication Apricot............................................. Nursing Copper.........................................Economics Dark Blue.................................... Philosophy Light Blue...................................... Education Sage Green...................... Physical Education Orange....................................... Engineering Peacock Blue..............Public Administration . Brown.............................................Fine Arts Golden Yellow................................. Science Maroon............................. Home Economics Cream.................................... Social Science Crimson....................................... Journalism . Citron........................................ Social Work Purple.................................................... Law . Gray..............................Veterinary Medicine
  • 22. This document is available in alternate format upon request. This facility is wheelchair accessible, and sign language interpreters are located to the left of the stage. Parents, relatives and friends:To find your graduate after the Commencement Ceremony, look for the first letter of his or her last name posted on the walls encircling the main floor of the Stadium. Congratulations to all of you!

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