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I hope that you will return to campus often, continue to support us, and help new generations of students shape their flitures as you have yours. They ^^^^...^ spend a semester or more doing what Terps do best: taking care of business in a distinctive and determined way. For weeks afterward, I periodically dash out of my of Ece looking for these life-savers and they are nowhere to be seen. We have relied on each other and created a community on which to depend in times of need and with whom to celebrate in times of excitement. Kendall 34 University System of Maryland Board of Regents Senior Class Gift Presentation Mr. Brad Polsky "04 Senior Council Presentation of University Medal Dr. Christine Snnt '04 Graduating Senior Musical Selection Sei'enly-Six Tromboties by Meridith Wi Uson arr.

Please consider joining us on April 30 next year for Maryland Day 2005. You have my very best wishes for all your endeavors. They've gone on to distinguish themselves and their alma mater in their chosen fields. Computer Science 311 Most popular master's programs 1 . Our strength revolves around our individuality and compassion. Antoci University Chaplain Episcopal/ Anglican Campus Ministry National Anthem Ms. by Leroy Anderson The Symphonic Wind Ensemble Introduction of Speaker Ms. Elizabeth Hundey '04 Commencement Speaker Selection Committee Address The Honorable Tom Ridge Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security University of Maryland Alumni Association Induction Alan Casoii'80 President, University of Maryland Alumni Association Message to the Graduates Dr. Love for the Black and Gold Deep in our hearts we hold. I i Floor Seating Arrangement for Graduates ii) Cnmcait Center STAGE m AGRl CULTLf RE ARCHITECTURE BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES PUBUC AFFAIRS MARSHALS LIF£ SCIENCES ARTS & HUMANITIES INDIVIDUAL STUDIES FACULTY ft 1^ STAFF ^M HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE INFORMATION STUDIES J JL JOURNALISM SPRING COMMENCEMENT SCHEDULE OF EVENTS The campus-wide commencement ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 7 p.m.

Maryland will be forever changed simply by our presence and our contributions. The Senior Council UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ORDER OF COMMENCEMENT Thursday, May 20, 2004 • Comcast Center • p.m. Memorial Chapel Agriculture & Natural Resources Noon Memorial Chapel American Studies and Women's Studies Noon Skmner Hall, Room 0200 Architecture 10 a.m. Architecture Building Great Space Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Gildenhorn Recital Hall Art Studio Noon Stamp Student Union, Grand Ballroom Robert H. Cole Student Activities Building English Noon Tawes Theatre Foreign Languages and Linguistics Noon Tydings Hall, Room 0130 Government and Politics 9 a.m. Ritchie Coliseum Hearing and Speech Sciences 3 p.m. Stamp Student Union, Hotf Theatre Sociology 10 a.m.

Smith School of Business Noon Comcast Center Classics 10 a.m. Memorial Chapel History Noon Physics Building, Room 1410 Individual Studies 11 a.m. Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Gildenhorn Recital Hall Jewish Studies Noon Holzapfel H,ill, Room 0102 Philip Merrill School of Journalism Noon Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Dekelboum Concert Hall Life Sciences 10 a.m. Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Kay Theatre UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CAMPUS MAP SPRING COMMENCEMENT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND A Bold New Era From its pre-Civil War roots as the states first agricultural college and one of America's original land grant institutions, the Uruversiry of Maryland has emerged as a public research university of national stature, highly regarded for its broad base of excellence in teach- ing and research.

The university's location near the center of federal po Ucy- making and international po Urical and economic activity enables it to play an active role in research and analysis of pubhc policy.

Strong hnks to the scientific and techno- logical agencies and organizations of the federal government drive research in the environment, engi- neering, physics, computer science, life sciences and agriculture.

Federally supported research revenue rose 61.5 percent fi-om

I hope that you will return to campus often, continue to support us, and help new generations of students shape their flitures as you have yours. They ^^^^...^ spend a semester or more doing what Terps do best: taking care of business in a distinctive and determined way. For weeks afterward, I periodically dash out of my of Ece looking for these life-savers and they are nowhere to be seen. We have relied on each other and created a community on which to depend in times of need and with whom to celebrate in times of excitement. Kendall 34 University System of Maryland Board of Regents Senior Class Gift Presentation Mr. Brad Polsky "04 Senior Council Presentation of University Medal Dr. Christine Snnt '04 Graduating Senior Musical Selection Sei'enly-Six Tromboties by Meridith Wi Uson arr.Please consider joining us on April 30 next year for Maryland Day 2005. You have my very best wishes for all your endeavors. They've gone on to distinguish themselves and their alma mater in their chosen fields. Computer Science 311 Most popular master's programs 1 . Our strength revolves around our individuality and compassion. Antoci University Chaplain Episcopal/ Anglican Campus Ministry National Anthem Ms. by Leroy Anderson The Symphonic Wind Ensemble Introduction of Speaker Ms. Elizabeth Hundey '04 Commencement Speaker Selection Committee Address The Honorable Tom Ridge Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security University of Maryland Alumni Association Induction Alan Casoii'80 President, University of Maryland Alumni Association Message to the Graduates Dr. Love for the Black and Gold Deep in our hearts we hold. I i Floor Seating Arrangement for Graduates ii) Cnmcait Center STAGE m AGRl CULTLf RE ARCHITECTURE BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES PUBUC AFFAIRS MARSHALS LIF£ SCIENCES ARTS & HUMANITIES INDIVIDUAL STUDIES FACULTY ft 1^ STAFF ^M HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE INFORMATION STUDIES J JL JOURNALISM SPRING COMMENCEMENT SCHEDULE OF EVENTS The campus-wide commencement ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 7 p.m.Maryland will be forever changed simply by our presence and our contributions. The Senior Council UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ORDER OF COMMENCEMENT Thursday, May 20, 2004 • Comcast Center • p.m. Memorial Chapel Agriculture & Natural Resources Noon Memorial Chapel American Studies and Women's Studies Noon Skmner Hall, Room 0200 Architecture 10 a.m. Architecture Building Great Space Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Gildenhorn Recital Hall Art Studio Noon Stamp Student Union, Grand Ballroom Robert H. Cole Student Activities Building English Noon Tawes Theatre Foreign Languages and Linguistics Noon Tydings Hall, Room 0130 Government and Politics 9 a.m. Ritchie Coliseum Hearing and Speech Sciences 3 p.m. Stamp Student Union, Hotf Theatre Sociology 10 a.m.

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I hope that you will return to campus often, continue to support us, and help new generations of students shape their flitures as you have yours. They ^^^^...^ spend a semester or more doing what Terps do best: taking care of business in a distinctive and determined way. For weeks afterward, I periodically dash out of my of Ece looking for these life-savers and they are nowhere to be seen. We have relied on each other and created a community on which to depend in times of need and with whom to celebrate in times of excitement. Kendall 34 University System of Maryland Board of Regents Senior Class Gift Presentation Mr. Brad Polsky "04 Senior Council Presentation of University Medal Dr. Christine Snnt '04 Graduating Senior Musical Selection Sei'enly-Six Tromboties by Meridith Wi Uson arr.

Please consider joining us on April 30 next year for Maryland Day 2005. You have my very best wishes for all your endeavors. They've gone on to distinguish themselves and their alma mater in their chosen fields. Computer Science 311 Most popular master's programs 1 . Our strength revolves around our individuality and compassion. Antoci University Chaplain Episcopal/ Anglican Campus Ministry National Anthem Ms. by Leroy Anderson The Symphonic Wind Ensemble Introduction of Speaker Ms. Elizabeth Hundey '04 Commencement Speaker Selection Committee Address The Honorable Tom Ridge Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security University of Maryland Alumni Association Induction Alan Casoii'80 President, University of Maryland Alumni Association Message to the Graduates Dr. Love for the Black and Gold Deep in our hearts we hold. I i Floor Seating Arrangement for Graduates ii) Cnmcait Center STAGE m AGRl CULTLf RE ARCHITECTURE BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES PUBUC AFFAIRS MARSHALS LIF£ SCIENCES ARTS & HUMANITIES INDIVIDUAL STUDIES FACULTY ft 1^ STAFF ^M HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE INFORMATION STUDIES J JL JOURNALISM SPRING COMMENCEMENT SCHEDULE OF EVENTS The campus-wide commencement ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 7 p.m.

Maryland will be forever changed simply by our presence and our contributions. The Senior Council UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ORDER OF COMMENCEMENT Thursday, May 20, 2004 • Comcast Center • p.m. Memorial Chapel Agriculture & Natural Resources Noon Memorial Chapel American Studies and Women's Studies Noon Skmner Hall, Room 0200 Architecture 10 a.m. Architecture Building Great Space Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Gildenhorn Recital Hall Art Studio Noon Stamp Student Union, Grand Ballroom Robert H. Cole Student Activities Building English Noon Tawes Theatre Foreign Languages and Linguistics Noon Tydings Hall, Room 0130 Government and Politics 9 a.m. Ritchie Coliseum Hearing and Speech Sciences 3 p.m. Stamp Student Union, Hotf Theatre Sociology 10 a.m.

Smith School of Business Noon Comcast Center Classics 10 a.m. Memorial Chapel History Noon Physics Building, Room 1410 Individual Studies 11 a.m. Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Gildenhorn Recital Hall Jewish Studies Noon Holzapfel H,ill, Room 0102 Philip Merrill School of Journalism Noon Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Dekelboum Concert Hall Life Sciences 10 a.m. Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Kay Theatre UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CAMPUS MAP SPRING COMMENCEMENT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND A Bold New Era From its pre-Civil War roots as the states first agricultural college and one of America's original land grant institutions, the Uruversiry of Maryland has emerged as a public research university of national stature, highly regarded for its broad base of excellence in teach- ing and research.

The university's location near the center of federal po Ucy- making and international po Urical and economic activity enables it to play an active role in research and analysis of pubhc policy.

Strong hnks to the scientific and techno- logical agencies and organizations of the federal government drive research in the environment, engi- neering, physics, computer science, life sciences and agriculture.

Federally supported research revenue rose 61.5 percent fi-om $1.4 million in fiscal year 1998 to $225 nullion in fiscal year 2003.

Total sponsored research and out- reach revenue for fiscal year 2003 was $315 million.

.4 million in fiscal year 1998 to 5 nullion in fiscal year 2003.

Total sponsored research and out- reach revenue for fiscal year 2003 was 5 million.

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Faculty' at the University of Maryland, in all fields of knowl- edge, are engaged at the highest levels of national and international concern.

COMMENCEMENT MAY 20 C^-' 2 1 , 2004 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND U^^^Cl3S^ 003 TABLE OF CONTENTS University of Maryland Commencement ■ May 20 & 21, 2004 2 Congratulations from the President 3 Message from the Alumni Association 4 Message from the Senior Council 5 Ortlcr of Commencement 6 Schedule of Events 7 Campus Map 8 The University of Maryland 11 Customs of Conuiienceinent 13 Commencement Speaker 14 University Medalist 15 Graduating Student Speaker 16 Candidates for May Graduate Degrees 35 Candidates for May Undergraduate Degrees 72 Honors and Scholars 80 Student Marshals 81 Academic and Special Awards 87 Honor Societies 92 Athletic Awards 94 University Officials 96 Commencement Staff BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL GRADUATES M ongratulations on the complerion of your degree!

Earning a university degree M is a milestone in your life, and you and your family and friends should be very ^^^^,„,^r proud of your accomplishment.

Marie Mount Hall, Maryland Room Communication 1 p.m. Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Kay Theatre Economics 9 a.m. Maryland's beau- tiful 1,250-acre campus is in the heart of the 1-270 research corri- dor that is fue Ung a burgeoning information technologs' and biotechnology industry.

Ritchie Coliseum Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences 1 1 a.m. The momentum of recent years has poised the university to take leadership in shaping the research university of the 21st cen- tury.

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