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  • 1. SpringCommencement Ceremony MAY 15, 2004
  • 2. Ua Ao Hawai‘iWords by Larry Kimura Chant melody by Dr. 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 2004 Spring Commencement Program AFOOK-CHINEN CIVIC AUDITORIUM • 9:00 A.M., SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2004 GreetingsJacquelyn Pualani Johnson .................................................................. Interim Commencement ChairMarvin Liko Puha ................................................................. President, UH Hilo Student Association Bachelor of Arts, Hawaiian StudiesDrama Candidates in the Performing Arts Department .................................. Inspirational Thoughts ProcessionalPomp & Circumstance ................................................................................... Hilo High Viking Band Edgar Elgar Armando Mendoza, DirectorBrahm’s Finale, Symphony No. 1 Johannes Brahms, Arranged by BocookCrown Imperial March Sir William WaltonThe Sinfonians Clifton WilliamsProcession of the Nobles Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov, Arranged by Jay Bocook SalutationsWelcome ............................................ Dr. Rose Y. Tseng, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at HiloUa Ao Hawai‘i .......................................................................... Dr. Kalena Silva, Faculty & Students Kimura/Silva Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageThe Star-Spangled Banner .................................................................................... Heidi Van der Veer Smith/Key Bachelor of Arts, Performing Arts (Music)Hawai‘i Pono‘ï ..................................................................................................................... Assembly Berger/Kaläkaua Conducted by Benjamin Miller Bachelor of Arts, Performing Arts (Music)Introductions ...................................... Dr. Rose Y. Tseng, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Excellence in Teaching AwardsRegent Ted Hong .................................................................. University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsRegent Walter Nunokawa ..................................................... University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsDr. James Gaines ........... Vice President for Research, University of Hawai‘i Office of the PresidentDr. Ronald Amundson ........................................................... Regents Excellence in Teaching AwardProfessor of Philosophy and Religious StudiesDr. Seri Luangphinith ................... Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate TeachingAssistant Professor of English Student Address“The Human Challenge of Living a Life ThatHas Meaning and Purpose” .................................................................................. Francine Matthews Bachelor of Arts, Communication and Psychology Keynote AddressDr. Earl E. Bakken ..................................................................... Medical Pioneer and Philanthropist Awarding of DegreesDr. Rose Y. Tseng ............................................................. Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo
  • 4. A Tribute to the Class of 2004Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye ........................................................................... UHH Chamber Singers Cole Porter Conducted by Kenneth Staton, Chair, Performing Arts Department UHH Dance Ensemble Directed by Celeste Anderson-Cloud, Performing Arts Department Bachelor DegreesRegent Ted Hong .................................................................. University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsRegent Walter Nunokawa ..................................................... University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsDr. James Gaines ........... Vice President for Research, University of Hawai‘i Office of the PresidentDr. Jack Fujii ...... Interim Dean, College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource ManagementDr. Stephen C. Hora ........................................................... Interim Dean, College of Arts & SciencesDr. Marcia Y. Sakai ........................................................ Director, College of Business & EconomicsDr. Kalena Silva ................. Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language Certificates in Teacher EducationDr. Jan Zulich ....................................................................................... Chair, Education Department Master DegreesDr. Kalena Silva ................. Director, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian LanguageDr. Jan Zulich ....................................................................................... Chair, Education Department Honorary Doctoral DegreeRegent Ted Hong .................................................................. University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsRegent Walter Nunokawa ..................................................... University of Hawai‘i Board of RegentsDr. James Gaines ........... Vice President for Research, University of Hawai‘i Office of the PresidentDr. Earl Bakken ................................................................. Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa Mele for the UniversityPuleo Ha‘aheo ...................................................................................................................... Assembly Kamanä/Silva/ Conducted by Benjamin Miller Wilson/Bernardino Bachelor of Arts, Performing Arts (Music) AcknowledgmentsDr. Rose Y. Tseng .............................................................................................................. Chancellor RecessionalTriumphal March from Aida .......................................................................... Hilo High Viking Band Guissepe Verdi Armando Mendoza, DirectorSong of Praise Traditional, Arranged by James Ployhar Ke Ala HanohanoThe Path of Honor ....................................................... The Faculty bid a final aloha to their students The UH Hilo Student Association, in cooperation with Sodexho Campus Services, cordially requests the pleasure of your company at a reception on the länai of the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium immediately following this commencement ceremony. Music to be provided by The Richard Lee Ensemble.
  • 5. Keynote AddressDr. Earl E. Bakken, noted medical pioneer and philanthropist, was born in Minneapo-lis, Minnesota, in 1924 and educated in the Columbia Heights public schools. He servedfour years in the United States Air Force as a radar maintenance instructor until 1946when he enrolled at the University of Minnesota. After earning a bachelor of electricalengineering degree in 1948, he studied electrical engineering with a minor in mathemat-ics at the University of Minnesota Graduate School.He co-founded Minneapolis-based Medtronic, Inc., in 1949 along with the late Palmer J.Hermundslie. Medtronic is the world’s leading medical technology company providinglifelong solutions for people with chronic diseases and the major driving force behind theworldwide use of the implantable pacemaker for human heart stimulation, servingmarkets in 120 countries. Bakken became chief executive officer and chairman of theboard in 1957, the same year he developed the first wearable, external, battery-powered,transistorized pacemaker for University of Minnesota heart surgeon Dr. C. WaltonLillehei.In 1975, he founded The Bakken, a nonprofit library, museum, and education centerdevoted to the history of electricity and magnetism and its use in medicine and the lifesciences. The Bakken’s collection of rare books and antique instruments and devices hasgrown to be the finest of its kind in the world.After moving to Hawai‘i in 1989, he joined the North Hawai‘i Community Hospitalboard during its development phase and subsequently chaired it for seven years throughthe end of 1999. In addition, he is the founding board president of Five MountainsHawai‘i, which was formed in 1995 to stimulate economic vitality around a health andwellness industry on Hawai‘i Island. Student AddressFrancine Matthews, a psychology and communication major, serves as the studentspeaker. Matthews was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, graduated from WillametteHigh School in 1971 and moved to Hilo in 1991.Matthews, who carries a 4.0 GPA, has made the Dean’s List every semester since the fallof 1999 and earned CAS tuition waivers for three years. She was selected for inclusionin Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges, has been amember of the national communication honor society Lambda Pi Eta since 2002, and wasnamed Outstanding Student of 2003 by the UH Hilo Communication Department.She currently serves as president of Lambda Pi Eta’s UH Hilo chapter, and is a memberof the University’s Psychology Club. Matthews co-founded and facilitated the 2003Community Forum project “Dialogue in Action,” created to develop communicationskills.
  • 6. CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Master of Arts Jason D. Cabral Hawaiian Language and Literature Master of Education Sharon Ann Beck Scott Alan Ka‘imi DeSa Rene Momiaulii Nahulu KirschCOLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Bachelor of Science in AgricultureEdwin Paul Acierto Jennifer Joy Georgius Bobbie-Jo Kekahi SagonHeather Lynne Chandler Maynor David Hernandez Tohon Keo ThackerSarah Ann Fillmore-Taylor Jeanine Leigh Kelly Carlos A. Torres BáezCristin Marie Gallagher Jacob Norman LaPlante Christopher Manuel Waite Nicolette Rose Palomino Academic Subject CertificateSarah Ann Fillmore-Taylor Jennifer Joy Georgius Tohon Keo Thacker Tropical Forestry Plant Tissue Culture Plant Tissue CultureSheldon K. Fujiwara Jacob Norman LaPlante Christopher Manuel Waite Plant Tissue Culture Plant Tissue Culture Tropical Forestry COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Bachelor of ArtsMichael Walden Abromovitz Andreya Lara Arapoff Stephen Michael Barnes Biology Anthropology Marine ScienceLisa Marie Adams Thomas Sheridan Ashe Ray Barrington Marine Science History GeographyNana Addison Claresa Lynn Makalapua Wendy Darlene Bartolo Linguistics Asuncion Psychology and PhilosophyHeath Manukeokeo Akau Political Science and Administration of Olivier Michel Bautista* Geography Justice History and AnthropologyCheryl Ambrozic-Mooz James Robert Atkins* Cheryl Lea Berg English History English and PsychologyBeth Marie Anderson* Tiffany Ann Augustin Christiana Marie Boerger Biology Communication Marine ScienceLani Li Anderson* Shelley Thomas Baldwin Myongshin D’Rose Bolema* Performing Arts English ArtJohn Joseph Anisko Erin Gail Barley Charisse Marie Bowman Geography Linguistics Psychology and BiologyShizuka Aoki Sara Meriwether Barley Aubri Miklin Bush*✝ Psychology Performing Arts Linguistics* Honors Candidate ✝ Presidential Scholar
  • 7. Bachelor of ArtsJamie Lee Cabais Bryan M. Estes Christy Lokelani Hirae Communication Philosophy PsychologyRyan Anthony Calma Alfred David Evangelista Amy Aiko Hirai Anthropology Sociology SociologyJody Howard Calton* Angela Keanue Evans Ryan La‘akea Hogue English Psychology CommunicationRomaine Debbie Castro Joshua Faidit Kristina Sara Hopkinson* Psychology Economics Anthropology and CommunicationRichard David Champion* Lori Christina Ali‘iolani Maire Kieran Howell Political Science Feiteira Natural ScienceHeather Hisae Kaleinani Chang English Leianuenue Hudman Geography Angelica Ku‘ulei Fowler* HistoryKelly Christine Clarke Political Science Marc James Hughes* Communication Jennifer Prince Francisco BiologyAmy Cleveland* Liberal Studies Emily Kay Hutchinson* English Amelyn Pualani Franco Health and Physical EducationEdmund Francis Coccagna Psychology Jason Gerald Hyde Marine Science Felicia Moanikeala Emiko BiologyJessica Leah Cohen* Frazer* Chiemi Ishii Communication Liberal Studies Japanese StudiesFrederick Collins Mindy Mitsuko Fukuda Nozomi Ito Political Science and Administration of Psychology Marine Science Justice Yuji Ito Jodi M. GaldonesDarrell Calvin Conley Psychology Communication English Odrikawa Azle Jatios Jonathan T. GapaKathleen Marie Cronin Natural Science Geography Marine Science Lily Elizabeth Pollard Jensen Rose Louise GardnerJacy Lei Miyuki Cunningham Anthropology Communication Communication Thomas Buckner Jones, Jr. Bethe Jean Gilbert*Robert Isaac Curtis Natural Science Anthropology Sociology Jaclynn Joyce Joseph Joseph Leland GlaserAlicia Dawn Cuttrell Philosophy History English Fernando Dela Cruz Juan, Jr.* Matthew Thomas GleasonMichael Jerome D’Amico English Biology Marine Science Benjamin Andrew Fulton Lisa Tahia Gollaher*Ricci Xavier Sagadraca D’Argis Communication Jumper Communication Psychology Henry Andres GonzalezChristopher Michael Dabney Marine Science Brandon Lee Kagawa Mathematics Communication Emmalyn Viernes MartinesDeeleeann Dahker Daniel Gouveia Erin Alice Ka‘ailau Kalua* Mathematics Political Science BiologyClay Richard Daugherty Somer Lynn Hall* Jedda Nohealani Kame‘enui Geography Sociology Marine ScienceGenevieve Maile De Sa Nathanael Kawika Ham Kevan Polani Kamibayashi Psychology Geology Natural ScienceAshlie Kehaulani DeCambra Catherine Hansen-Jaeger Serette Winterkamp Kaminski Psychology English Administration of JusticeBrian C. DeKiep* Sallee Harrison Jodi Kapuaimohala Kaopuiki Geography and Economics English Liberal StudiesDena Dooley Lisa Hart-Rabang Ashley Leanne Kashima Sociology Political Science PsychologyKaylan Marie Duthie Kristin Ann Hashimoto Kawika Lawson Kaula Marine Science Psychology HistoryLois Ann Ell Kara Hay M’Lissa J. Kenison English Psychology Psychology and SociologyJonathan Michael Ellis Marianne Faith Herodias Sara Ann Kephart Administration of Justice and Political Psychology English Science Elizabeth Ruth Himberger Kim HyunjeoungTorie Anne Elmore History Japanese Studies and Linguistics Psychology* Honors Candidate
  • 8. Bachelor of ArtsMarjorie Ann Kipp Scott Phillip McLaughlin Asuka Oinuma Biology Psychology PsychologyAnnie Yukiko Kitamura David Harold Meerson Clesson Kalikominoakalani Psychology Psychology OligoTrisha Ayumi Kohara Sasha Melendez Communication Geography Marine Science Tiffanie Leela Ollison*Takahiro Koja Francis Damien Macahito Psychology and Communication Economics Mendiola Lakolani Dirrubong OlngellelRichard Korneck* Political Science Administration of Justice Economics Derek E. Mgbeke Kara Michelle Osada*Lia Mariko Krieg Communication Biology and Marine Science Biology Laura Claire Midson* Erin Pua‘aala Kikumi PajimolaVincent Giles Vaiausia Paul Psychology Communication Meredith Kruse Benjamin Rush Miller* Michael Richard Palmerston, Jr. Political Science and Administration of Performing Arts Natural Science Justice Mara Nanikeikihiapo Okumoto Lähela Lee ParkJoni F. Kuroyama Miller Biology Psychology Psychology Sara Lin PartisLydia Lagat Peter Scott Miller English History Communication Colleen PauFelix Justus Lahme Ashly Mayumi Miura Communication Performing Arts Psychology Magdalene Pepe PetaiaSheena Lee Lani Ryan Christopher Mojica Communication and Political Science Communication Communication Nathaneal John PetewonKelley Eileen Lau Cecilia Mewlang Mokiao Political Science Sociology Sociology Sara Elizabeth Pilgreen*Denby Lin Yau Kamaile Lee Monique Rene Monteville Communication and Psychology Sociology and Administration of Justice Psychology Amy Leilani Platt* and Philosophy Todd Yoshio Morikawa English and MathematicsBessie Jane Letson Communication Sarah Ahulani Polloi* Psychology Kristi Sachie Morita EnglishCarol Lindo-Moulds Economics Raynette Kealoha Purugganan Psychology Hiromichi Moriya PsychologyDaniel Edwin Lockett IV Liberal Studies Garreth Martin Read Marine Science Jeffrey Allen Muir CommunicationMonica Lopez* Marine Science Sherri J. Redou Biology Maiko Muromachi PsychologyJesse Ross Lucas Biology Madeline Marie Reed English Lori Dawn Murray Geography and EnglishEmiko Maehara* Psychology T.J. Imrur Oscar Psychology Douglas Glenn Nassimbene Remengesau IIIDenise Leimomi Rosehill Mahi Psychology Economics Communication Cari Tamiko Niimi Carline RenguulDeanna Lokelani Manley Biology Sociology Psychology and Political Science Cheryl Emi Nishihira Kealohikikaupe‘aokamakawelikikeekapuBaccalaureate Becky Ma‘o Mathematics Administration of Justice Myfanwy Reppun* Elisa Erin Miho Nishimoto PsychologyRebecca Elizabeth Marshall Biology Sociology Jennifer Kristyn Dagami Christopher Masao Nonaka RickardAndolie Jane Marten* Communication Psychology and Sociology Mathematics and Communication Halvor Nordang Abraham Norton RobisonCandace Marie Martin* Marine Science Mathematics Biology Niccolo Yamada O’Neill Taran Nalani RosamErbai Xavier Matsutaro Political Science Psychology Geography Ty T. Ogasawara Matthew David RossmanFrancine Terry Matthews* History Psychology Psychology and Communication Cathleen A. Ogino-Williams Michelle Marie RuettingerSara Michelle McCutcheon* Sociology Psychology Biology and Marine Science* Honors Candidate
  • 9. Bachelor of ArtsChanelle Ai Kuulei Wendy Lani Tamashiro Kerrilyn Roxanna Villa Sakamoto-Falces Psychology English Sociology and Psychology Michiko Tanaka Walter Na‘auao VivasRandi Akemi Sakihara Communication Psychology Psychology Lori Kimiko Kini Tango Ronald Anthony VizzoneNellie Fokno Salmo* Biology Psychology Psychology Kala‘e Waianuhea Dan M. WagatsumaAngela SanFilippo* Ritte-Camara Economics Marine Science Art Kendall Collins WagyTracy Malulani Santiago Diane Marie Tarring* Geography Marine Science Sociology Sherielee B. Watson-HauanioKyle Jason Saplan Dorothy Kathlene Teramoto Psychology Communication English Rebecca Claire Weatherall*Tory Lei Sawada Melanee Ayn Terry Biology and Marine Science Psychology Natural Science Eugene Keoki Taitano WeaverAnneke Scout John Philip Thygerson Health and Physical Education Marine Science Psychology Rachelle Haunani WehrsigTadashi Jason Serikawa* Janice Pagaduan Tiangsing Anthropology Psychology Psychology James Lowell WellsStan Tokuji Setoda Bjorn Kenneth Tipling Japanese Studies Biology Anthropology Nicole Lynne WetterauChelsie Jean Settlemier* Eric James Todd Health and Physical Education Biology Administration of Justice and Political Virginia Kay White*Stephen Shiro Science Psychology Natural Science Eline Togia Jonathan David WigginsHackludy Hiteo Shrew Sociology Communication Economics Chanelle K.M. Torres Kimberley C. WillenbrinkKenye Aaron Sigrah Psychology English Communication Mai Magaly Toyofuku* Karyn Diane WilliamsDesiree Jo Simmons* Marine Science and Biology Marine Science Liberal Studies Jill Lei Fumiyo Tung-Loong Wendy Louise WilliamsJason Andrew Smith Sociology Psychology Natural Science Kepueli Tupou Joshua Aaron WillingGlenn Hiroshi Sonoda Biology Anthropology History Cheryll Guillermo Udani* U‘ilani R. WillsJustin Mathias Spelbrink* Chemistry Psychology Geography Richard Lee Updike, Jr. Jack Raymond WilsonCarmen Mahealani Stack* Liberal Studies Psychology Liberal Studies Jodie Marissa Urakami Darling Ileana Wilson FanningKostantinos Achilles Stamoulis* Biology Psychology and Anthropology Marine Science Jessica Jo Urbic* Rose Marie WyattArash Christian Steindamm* Biology Sociology Physics Heidi Tarquin Korege Maiko YajimaJulien Roy Stevens Southworth Van der Veer Japanese Studies Biology Performing Arts Mei Thin YapPhilip Ray Stroud* Stephen Boyd Communication English VanKampen-Lewis Yumi YasutakeLynette Fa‘alupe Suiaunoa Marine Science Biology Sociology and Communication Akoni Leah Vares Jean Louise Bonnette YounglasJahan Zoltan Taheri Psychology Art Music Robert Lawrence Vasconcellos, Joe Efrain ZapataolivaKyla Rei Takai Jr. Sociology Biology Sociology Joel Chandler ZimmermannYuta Takada Nancy Esther Vega Communication Psychology Administration of Justice and PoliticalAkiko Takeshita Science Linguistics Carly Asia VierraXan Kaleinani Tam Ho Liberal Studies and Communication Psychology* Honors Candidate
  • 10. Bachelor of Business AdministrationAndrea Kahealani Akau Loida Josue Icalla Chun Ngar NgErin Boe Yung Mariko Araki Owen Tun Dat Kano John W. Orsborn, Jr.Bradley Lopaka Bowman Tiffany Kahealani Laranio David Petelo PaopaoJanelle Lynette Cardoza Mathew Suifua Lauilefue Anika Mae Renaud-Kim*Anthony E. De Francisco Dan Liu Daniel RhodesJacen Tatsuo Friess Jennie Galas Love* Alexander Uwe SchulzEmmalyn Viernes Martines Yasuhiro Matsuo Kapaelani Stephanie Segovia Gouveia Moon Tae Young Lisa Reiko Noelani TangoHirokawa Yui Karl-Johan Ingemar Moritz Janell Heidi Warner*Brady Conrad Hyde Suni John Mydock III Bachelor of ScienceDavid Robert Barnes Ayako Ichikawa Norma Bayudan Nishimoto Geology Nursing NursingSara Elizabeth Barwise* Michael N. Inada Gennevie K. Ockander Biology Nursing NursingGeraldine Dela Rosa Takeshi Inagaki* Kathleen Manuel Pascual* Bermudez* Computer Science Nursing Nursing Jennifer Lynn Inocencio Ivy Rae PattonAlexandre Yuichiro Kléber Nursing Geology Bouquin* Faith Asako Ishizu Patrick H. Paul Astronomy Nursing Computer ScienceColleen Amanda Cassidy* Serette Winterkamp Kaminski Abraham Norton Robison Nursing Astronomy Computer ScienceMichelle Vallente Castillo Annette June Kawasaki Teri Ann Schultz Nursing Nursing NursingChristopher Michael Dabney Leanne Akiko Yamada Kihara* Virginia Ann Schwartz* Computer Science Nursing GeologyJanice H.T. DeMello Erin Kiyomi Kunimoto Jennifer Rae Skyles Nursing Nursing NursingUlysses D. Domingo Pui San Leong Kami Mitsuko Tanigawa Computer Science Computer Science NursingRoxanne Carolyn Estes Malia Lewis Cassie Chiemi Tatsuno* Nursing Nursing NursingAvi Parker Fhima Tonia Lee Mailow Crystal Tavares Computer Science Nursing NursingBerdena Kay Flesher Dayne Naoki Matsumoto Jarret Isokichi Toyama Nursing Computer Science Computer ScienceRachel Glueck Caroline P. Maxwell* Randall Saichi Tsue* Biology Astronomy Computer Science Keene State College, New Hampshire Samuel Kalimahana Miller Julius Fa‘atafa Tufa TamasoaliiAndrea K. Hess Computer Science Computer Science Nursing Douglas Alexander Tadeusz Cheryll Guillermo Udani*Lynda Anne Hirakami Morrison Biology Nursing Computer Science Erin Lynn WascherNathan Allen Huisman* Robin Yoshie Nakayama Biology Computer Science Nursing William Donald Wright Geology* Honors Candidate
  • 11. Academic Subject CertificateMichelle Lee Araki Clay Richard Daugherty Philip Ray Stroud Business Administration Environmental Studies (Physical) Pacific Islands StudiesOlivier Michel Bautista Brian C. DeKiep Erin Lynn Wascher Women’s Studies Planning Environmental Studies (Physical)Ryan Anthony Calma Desiree Jo Simmons Virginia Kay White Pacific Islands Studies Environmental Studies (Physical) Women’s StudiesHeather Hisae Kaleinani Chang Justin Mathias Spelbrink Environmental Studies (Physical) Environmental Studies (Physical) Certificate in Teacher EducationClint Kuahiwi Pasalo Anderson Cynthia Lee Fong Robin Carol Miller Secondary Education Secondary Education Elementary EducationJulie Andrade Joan Takeyo Fujimoto Todd Tetsumi Keola Otake Elementary Education Elementary Education Secondary EducationPä‘ani Edward Armstrong Jan Kekawelo Yaeko Jasa Lee Kehaulani Parel Secondary Education Tung-Loong Gapero Elementary EducationChristian Chandler Aros Secondary Education Gordon Heulu Piianaia Elementary Education Bruce Edward Heidelk Secondary EducationMonica Lee Arrington Secondary Education Lee Ann Ragasa Elementary Education Ryan Masayoshi Ideta Elementary EducationRyan Lorenz Bill Elementary Education Mandy Emi Sasada Secondary Education Ruth Talon Maneja Jarneski Elementary EducationDarice Leimomi Carvalho Elementary Education Cindy Ellen Sharp Elementary Education Marina Lisa Keizer Elementary EducationPatricia Jane Champagne Elementary Education Debra Jean Shirai Secondary Education Anita Gail Liwai Elementary EducationJohn Errol Ku‘uhoamele Secondary Education Roberta Shizue Shiratori Cuban Hannah Mihana Loyola Secondary Education Elementary Education Elementary Education Teri Jaye M. TakahataYolanda Elena Dana Anne Elizabeth Matthews Secondary Education Elementary Education Secondary Education Leo Ohashi TomitaLawrence Bernard Denis III Cecily Reiko Menezes Secondary Education Elementary Education Elementary Education Randi Eliza Wold-BrennonKimberly Reiko Kealani Lori Lynn Meyer Elementary Education Enanoria Elementary Education Tamara Laulani Secondary Education Barbara Miciak Wong-Morrison Secondary Education Secondary Education KA HAKA ‘ULA O KE‘ELIKÖLANI COLLEGE OF HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Bachelor of Arts in Hawaiian Studies Harolynn Ka‘oi Arakaki Hope Pualani McKeen Johnalyn Leilani Franco Kapuanani ‘Änela Nälimu Ka‘ulu Kana‘e Gapero Michelle Ka‘ehukai Napoleon Myoung-Ja Hwa* Marvin Liko Puha Darlene Lehua Jensen Kealohikikaupe‘aokamakawelikikeekapu Noekeonaonaokalehua-mamo Myfanwy Reppun* Kapuni-Reynolds Shadd Keahi Warfield
  • 12. Certificate in Teacher EducationLouella ‘Öpu‘ulani Wallace Rebecca Kapolei Kiili Albino Indigenous Teacher Education Indigenous Teacher Education Megan Ha‘amauliola MakuaJaimie Ku‘uleialoha Indigenous Teacher Education Alcomindras-Palakiko Kaleookalani Masaharu Indigenous Teacher Education McCabeMich’lae Uluhani Helena Indigenous Teacher Education Kaulana Näpua Cenal Puamana Marissa Paikai Indigenous Teacher Education Indigenous Teacher EducationPelehonuamea DeanLance Hau‘olikeola Pakele Napua‘alaonu‘uanu Gin Indigenous Teacher Education Suganuma Harman Këhaulani Rayvanne Pu‘u Indigenous Teacher Education Indigenous Teacher EducationKananinohea Kapäokaläikawaiola Chang Kawai‘ae‘a Indigenous Teacher Education Academic Subject Certificate Leianuenue Hudman Basic Hawaiian Culture Emiko Maehara Basic Hawaiian Culture Honor Societies LAMBDA PI ETA,HONOR SOCIETY OF THE NATIONAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION Jessica Leah Cohen Magdalene Pepe Petaia Lisa Tahia Gollaher Sara Elizabeth Pilgreen Kristina Sara Hopkinson Joel Chandler Zimmermann Francine Terry Matthews PHI ALPHA THETA, HISTORY HONOR SOCIETY James Robert Atkins Kawika Lawson Kaula Olivier Michel Bautista Niccolo Yamada O’Neill Amy Cleveland Glenn Hiroshi SonodaPI SIGMA ALPHA, POLITICAL SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Vincent Giles Vaiausia Glenn Hiroshi Sonoda Paul Meredith Kruse
  • 13. AcknowledgmentsUniversity Congress ............................................................................................. Dr. Jerry Calton, Interim ChairFaculty Marshals ................................................................................................................... Dr. Bruce Mathews, College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management; Dr. Michele Ebersole, Dr. Ronald Gordon, Dr. Marcia Miller, Dr. Kenith Simmons, College of Arts & Sciences; Dr. William H. Wilson, Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikölani College of Hawaiian Language; Dr. Harry Hennessey, College of Business & EconomicsTeaching Award Marshals ....................................................... Dr. David Hammes, BOR Teaching Award, 2003 Dr. Yoshiko Okuyama, Frances Davis Award, 2002Processional Marshals .................................................................................................................. Bayanihan ClubUshers ...................................................................................... Mähealani Jones, Kealoha Swatek, CoordinatorsUniversity Chamber Singers ........................................................ Lenard Allen, Lani Anderson, Erin Brassfield, Katherine Brittingham, Karen L. Kealoha Finneran-Swatek, Ken Guan, Jodi Kaopuiki, M’Lissa Kenison, Kaylynn S. Kiyabu, Robert I. Knight, Fred LaChance, Lisa Lyon, Lisa Lilja, Emiko Maehara. Rebecca Marsh, Bonnie Masterjohn, Bryson Midel, Ben Miller, Chris Ramos, Yvette Rolufs, Christina Rossman, Ciena Schlaefli, Shannon Schmiedeke, John Sochacki, Michael WeryUniversity Dance Ensemble .......................................................... Sara Barley, Keanne Beardsley, Kevin Fipps, Lopaka Kanaka‘ole, Yui Kanzawa, Jodi Kaopuiki, Lauren Klopp, Nani Moreman, Leela Paulsen, Valery Richardson, Sheria Sullivan, Chris Texeira, Tara Tokura-Ellsworth, Dori Yamada, Jen YatesFacilities ................................................................................................................. Athletics; Auxiliary Services; College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management Farm Laboratory; Paul Moffet, Ho‘olulu Park ComplexProgram ....... Academic Affairs; Administrative Affairs; College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resources Management Farm Laboratory; Bookstore; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Agriculture, Forestry & Natural Resource Management; College of Continuing Education & Community Service; Communication; 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; UH Hilo Association of Alumni & Friends; UH Hilo Student Association; UH Hilo Theatre; Office of University RelationsSign Language Interpreters ................................................................................ Jean-Marie Doran, Tara TrujilloReception .................................................................... UH Hilo Student Association, Sodexho Campus ServicesThe Richard Lee Ensemble ......................................................... Dr. Richard Lee, Performing Arts Department; Edward Chenoweth; Daniel Steiner; Gary Washburn Special thanks to the valuable efforts contributed to the planning of the Spring 2004 Commencement: Vice Chancellor Christopher Lu, Rob Abe, Celeste Anderson-Cloud, Dr. Michael Bitter, James Cromwell, Samuelyn Gaison-Evangelista, Ken Fukamizu, Audrey Furukawa, Dr. Ronald Gordon, Cathy Gourd, Kara Hay, Karla Hayashi, Ken Hupp, Mähealani Jones, Alyson Kakugawa-Leong, Clifford Kaneshiro, Kolin Kettleson, Gail Mäkuakane-Lundin, James Mellon, Greg Nielsen, Liko Puha, Susan Rezentes, Barbara Jean Saito, Jean Shimose, Susan Shirachi, Janis Shirai, Kenneth Staton, Kealoha Swatek, Winifred Tatsuta, Susan Yugawa
  • 14. The Star-Spangled Banner Poem by Francis Scott Key Music by John Stafford Smith Oh, say, can you see by the dawn’s early light What 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 wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave? Hawai‘i Pono‘iMusic by Henri BergerLyrics 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 foeMe 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.
  • 15. Pulelo Ha‘aheoWords by Kauanoe Kaman¯ , Dr. Kalena Silva, Dr. William H. Wilson aMusic by Haunani BernardinoPulelo ha‘aheo ke ahi a nä lehua a‘o HiloHilo o ka m¯ lamalama, lamak¯ o nei ao a uKa ua Kanilehua ka‘u e p¯ lama mau ai uHilo 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 Kaman¯ , Dr. Kalena Silva, a Dr. Kenith Simmons, Dr. 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.
  • 16. Parents, relatives and friends,To find your graduate after the commencement ceremony,look for the first letter of his or her last name which is postedon the outside walls of the Civic Auditorium.Congratulations to all of you! 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.

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