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Anthony Grey, 3rd Baron Lucas(21 Feb 1695 – 21 Jul 1723)
Anthony Grey, 3rd Baron Lucas
(21 Feb 1695 – 21 Jul 1723)

Anthony Grey, 3rd Baron Lucas, styled Earl of Harold (21 February 1695 – 21 July 1723) was a British peer and courtier.

Grey was the eldest son of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Kent and his wife, Jemima Crew.

On 17 February 1718, Anthony married Lady Mary Tufton, a daughter and coheiress of Thomas Tufton, 6th Earl of Thanet by his wife Lady Catharine Cavendish.

He was called to the House of Lords, by writ of acceleration in his father's barony of Lucas, on 8 November 1718.

Lord Harold was a Lord of the Bedchamber to George, Prince of Wales, later King George II from 1720 until his death in 1723, aged 28, from an ear of barley the beard of which[1] stuck in his throat.[2] He had no children, so his title reverted to his father and his wife later married John Leveson-Gower, 1st Earl Gower.

Peerage of England
Preceded by
Henry Grey
Baron Lucas
(writ of acceleration)

1718–1723
Succeeded by
Henry Grey

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  • Bachelor's Ceremony Fall 2017

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- [Presenter] Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome your Fall 2017 Georgia Tech graduates. ("Pomp and Circumstance") (elegant music) ("Pachelbel's Canon") (stately music) ("Pomp and Circumstance") (elegant music) Students, please rise for the faculty processional. (stately music) - Well, good morning and welcome. Would the audience please rise and remain standing for the singing of the National Anthem by Nothin' But Treble? ♪ O 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 rockets' red glare ♪ ♪ The bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ Gave proof through the night ♪ ♪ That our flag was still there ♪ ♪ O say, does that star-spangled ♪ ♪ Banner yet wave ♪ ♪ O'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ And the home ♪ ♪ Of the brave ♪ (audience applauds) - Please be seated. Well, good morning, I'm Bud Peterson, President here at Georgia Tech, and as we begin our ceremony this morning, I'd like to recognize those students who are preparing for military service, along with all of the veterans and active servicemembers in the audience. If you have served or are currently serving in any branch of the US military, please rise and let us recognize you. (audience applauds) Thank you for your service. At this time, I'm pleased to introduce Ms. Anna Bass, a candidate for the Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering who will give the reflection. - Before I begin congratulating the graduating class, I want to make one thing very clear. You are all a bunch of nerds. (audience cheers) But I mean that in the positive sense, and I want to explain why. First starting out at Tech, I didn't really see the similarities among our student body. I saw nothing that truly unified all of us besides the fact that we supposedly attend the University of Georgia Tech school. And really on the surface, we look like a considerable hodgepodge of college students. We have a sorority gal sitting next to the overly opinionated guy from poli sci, sitting next to the kid who accidentally hit you with a drone outside of the ISyE. And really on the surface, we look like a typical group of mediocre students. And that's the thing. It took me a year or two to figure out that I was categorizing students based off of surface level judgments, that were much more alike than I originally perceived. I realized that there's a string that connects all of us at Georgia Tech, and that string is passion. Because I guarantee you someone here is ridiculously passionate about the mechanics of dirt. Someone here is ridiculously passionate about aerothermodynamics. And someone here is ridiculously passionate about using PCs over Macs and could maybe chill a little. (audience laughs) We're all passionate about something, and for many of us, that passion, growing up, was labeled as uncool or weird. We learned that lettering in chess or Beta Club doesn't necessarily guarantee you a spot on Homecoming Court, or a date for that matter. (audience laughs) I suspect many of us in this auditorium never mastered high school's definition of cool, but, you know what we did master? Tracking a satellite's absolute position through miniaturized atomic clocks. Using high resolution 3D scanning freeform CAD software to improve the quality of human life. Evaluating climate change using unique modeling tools to characterize utility energy efficiency. That's what we've mastered at Tech, subjects that can, will, and do change the world. And we've all mastered something, every one from your first TA crush to the kid who's posted one too many weird and suggestive memes about Buzz. (audience laughs) And as a graduating class, we will continue to master our fields and fascinations for years to come. We're about to enter the real world, but Georgia Tech has encouraged us to follow our passions relentlessly and shamelessly, no matter how they're perceived. For our community was not founded on embarrassment or judgment but on intellect and respect for all. As father figure Bud Peterson reminded us earlier this year, we are a student body of 127 nationalities. Yes, on the surface, we look like a hodgepodge of nerds. (audience applauds) But here, we all are welcomed, we all are valued, and we all bleed white and gold. I'm thankful that I can now see the similarities among our student body and this graduating class. I'm honored to be graduating alongside you nerds today, and I thank Georgia Tech for giving us a sanctuary to be proud of our passions. Congratulations Class of 2017. Let's go get 'em. (audience applauds) Thank you very much. - Thank you Anna and good luck in your future endeavors. Graduates, members of the faculty and staff, distinguished guests, families, and friends, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the 254th commencement exercises here at the Georgia Institute of Technology. (audience applauds) This weekend's commencement activities include graduates from both the summer and fall semesters. Today, we celebrate 1,350 undergraduate degree recipients who join the more than 1,800 graduate degree recipients that we recognized yesterday. As is the case for our Institute, success in life is seldom a one-person effort. As we celebrate the successful conclusion of one chapter of your lifelong education, it's important to acknowledge that you haven't done it alone. With us today are many families, friends, and colleagues whose love and support have helped you make this day possible. I'd ask the graduates to stand up, find your families and friends, point to them and tell them thank you. (audience cheers) Just wanted to make sure you were awake this early in the morning. For some parents and visitors here today, this is not your first Georgia Tech commencement. If you're the parent of one or more Georgia Tech graduates or if you're a Georgia Tech alum, please stand, wave, and be recognized. (audience applauds In addition, with us this morning are faculty members who've guided and mentored these students, sharing with them their time, their wisdom, and their expertise in order that they could reach this important milestone. Would the members of the faculty please rise and be recognized? (audience applauds) While I can try to tell you how much the graduates appreciate all of your efforts and the support that they've received, I think it will mean more coming directly from them. - We did it, we're graduating! Go Jackets, go mechanical engineering! Go to school that I went five long years for, but man, it was worth it. Thank you Georgia Tech for the long, hard, but fun times. I'll miss you, Bud, safe travels. - I just want to give a huge shout-out to my mom and my dad and especially my brother for helping me through all my CS assignments, go Jackets. - Hey Georgia Tech, we were freshmen roommates. - And now we're graduates. - [Both] Go Jackets! - Yo, what's up, shout-out to Reck Club. You guys, it's been a great couple years, and so, keep having fun without us, and don't let any freshmen touch the Wreck. - [All] Go Jackets! (speaks in foreign language) (audience cheers) - At this time, I want to introduce several members of the stage party, and I'd ask that you hold your applause as they stand when I call their names and wait until I finish introducing all of them. First, Mr. Dean Alford, Regent from the University System of Georgia. Good, good. (audience laughs) Dr. Colin Potts, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and today's mace-bearer. Mr. John Stein, Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students. Mr. Paul Kohn, Vice Provost for Enrollment Services. Dr. Isabella Marques de Castilla, Senior Associate Dean from the Libraries. Dr. Yakut Gazi, Associate Dean of Professional Education. Dr. Roberta Berry, Director of the Georgia Tech Honors Program. Dr. Shannon Dobranski, representing the Center for Career Discovery and Development. And our registrar Ms. Rita Pikowsky. Thank you for being here. (audience applauds) This is a momentous day for you as graduates and for your family and friends, who are sharing in the celebration of your accomplishments. You've worked very hard to earn your degree from one of the best institutions in the country, and in some fields, one of the best in the world. Georgia Tech faculty are engaged in research collaborations in more than 100 countries. The Institute has global centers in Costa Rica, Panama, and Singapore, and a new joint campus recently established in Shenzhen, China. For more than 25 years, Georgia Tech has had a campus in Lorraine, France, and over that 25 years, we've had more than 6,000 students who've studied there. Georgia Tech students study or intern in over 70 countries, and more than 53% of our undergraduates have a meaningful international experience before they leave Georgia Tech. 1/4 of you have participated in cooperative education, and 67% have participated in an internship. And while it's not required, 44% of you have taken a foreign language. Based on spring statistics, 90% of you have already been offered a job, and 79% have accepted. The median starting salary for Georgia Tech graduates this spring is $70,000 a year, and in some fields, even higher. When I'm thinking about your accomplishments, I'm reminded that all of you were touched in one way or another by the investment of our alumni, our supporters, whether it was through scholarships, fellowships, faculty professorships or chairs, or facilities. And for that, we are enormously grateful. Here at Georgia Tech, we pride ourselves on being trailblazers who drive real world change by embracing challenges, thinking critically, and developing innovative solutions to some of the world's most pressing problems that we face today. We continue to work towards our goal of making sure that a Georgia Tech education is within reach of every qualified Georgia resident, regardless of family income. We're proud to say that among our graduates today are six G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise Program scholars. Because of the Tech Promise Program and the generosity of our alumni, these students, who have the greatest financial need, will graduate from Georgia Tech debt-free, through the gifts from our alumni. (audience applauds) Through the gifts from our alumni, their hard work, and the commitment from Georgia Tech, not only will this change their lives, but it will changes the lives of their families for generations to come. Your Georgia Tech education is designed to prepare you to work collaboratively, to identify challenges, and to create solutions, to be leaders in business, industry, government, and the communities in which you will live, work, and play. Georgia Tech is in the business of creating the next, the next idea, the next technology, the next innovators and entrepreneurs. We're empowering the next generation of scientists, engineers, businessmen and women, architects, and so many others, engendering in each of them the passion and skills they will need to design our future. You will be forever linked to this great institution, and we're looking for great things from each and every one of you. (audience applauds) We're greatly honored this morning to have as our commencement speaker, Dr. Mary Sue Coleman, who is currently President of the Association of American Universities. President Coleman has been a national leader in higher education during her distinguished career as a faculty member and administrator. Time Magazine named her one of the nation's 10 best presidents, and the American Council of Education honored her with its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014. Dr. Coleman was the University of Michigan President from 2002 to July 2014 and President of the University of Iowa from 1995 to 2002. While at Michigan, Dr. Coleman oversaw the groundbreaking partnership with Google to digitize the University's seven million volume library. She launched enduring institutional partnerships with universities in China, Ghana, South Africa, Brazil, and India. She also revitalized student living and learning experiences through a residential life initiative and worked tirelessly to promote economic revitalization within the State of Michigan. Prior to becoming a university president, she was Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and Provost at the University of New Mexico. As a biochemist and faculty member at the University of Kentucky, Dr. Coleman built a distinguished academic career through her teaching and research on the immune system and malignancies. Dr. Coleman earned her undergraduate degree in chemistry from Grinnell College and a PhD in biochemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She's a recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from both of those institutions, and the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion honored her for the Humanitarian of the Year Award, and the Michigan Women's Foundation presented her with its Trillium Lifetime Achievement Award. President Coleman's husband, Kenneth M. Coleman, is a political scientist specializing in Latin America. Recently he served as the Country Director for Nicaragua in the 2014 bicentennial survey conducted by the Latin American Public Opinion Project at Vanderbilt. At the University of Michigan, Dr. Coleman oversaw the creation of the University Stamps Scholars Program, a merit scholarship program started in 2006 by Penny and Roe Stamps at their alma maters, the University of Michigan and Georgia Tech respectively. This program has grown nationally and supports Stamps Scholars in many of our country's most prestigious institutions, this year, supporting over 800 individual students. In 2013, Dr. Coleman spoke at the Stamps Scholars National Convention, held at the University of Michigan. And as a sidenote, Georgia Tech has 10 Stamps Scholars who are with us today and graduating. Please join me in welcoming AAU President Dr. Mary Sue Coleman. (audience applauds) - Good morning. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day. It's wonderful to be here in Atlanta and on your beautiful campus. There's always something magical about commencement and the joy it brings to everyone. Another reason that I'm pleased to be here though is that I spent a portion of my childhood in Georgia. We lived in Statesboro, where my father was on the faculty of what is now Georgia Southern University and what I knew as Georgia Teachers College. When my father later accepted a teaching position at the University of Northern Iowa and we moved to Cedar Falls, my upbringing was apparent because of a very pronounced Southern accent, soft but definitely Southern. In fact, my new teachers in Iowa were so worried about my fitting in that they sent me to speech class to develop a flat, Midwestern accent. To this day, though, people tell me that I still have a touch of an appropriately Southern accent. It's certainly faded since the sixth grade, but I'm very, of my ties to Georgia. My mother grew up in Grovetown just outside of Augusta, and I have family throughout the state. I want to thank President Bud Peterson for the honor of addressing you today, the Class of 2017. As President of the Association of American Universities, I have the privilege of representing 62 of the finest research institutions in the country. Georgia Tech is one of them. Thank you also to the families for supporting these graduates emotionally, spiritually, and ever more important, financially throughout their Georgia Tech careers. And a special thank you to the graduates for believing in yourselves and believing in our collective future. This is a very special day for you and your families as well as for your professors and classmates who have helped you achieve success as you prepare for tomorrow. Now, I realize that I'm the only thing standing between you and that future, so I will take just a little of your time to share some thoughts on today's world and your place in it. Earlier this year, a graduate of Georgia Tech, astronaut Shane Kimbrough returned to Earth after spending six months as Commander of the International Space Station. I'm old enough to recall being awed by astronaut John Glenn's 1962 orbit of Earth at the start of the Space Race. It lasted a mere five hours. So I find it fascinating and a tribute to science and technology that men and women now live and work in space for months. Colonel Kimbrough earned his master's degree in operations research in 1998 from the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. During his time in space, he was a very busy man. He grew and harvested Red Romaine lettuce. He went on four space walks and conducted some 250 scientific experiments. He used a robotic arm to capture another space vehicle. And he made sure to fly the Ramblin' Wreck flag. A day after his space capsule landed in Kazakhstan, he talked about adjusting again to life on Earth. "Yesterday I was a little wobbly walking around," he said, "but today I'm much more stable." I think he summed up how a lot of us feel these days. A bit off-kilter, at times a bit shaky, and then we steady ourselves for the next day. This past year has been a remarkable one. We have witnessed the fury of nature and the effects of climate change with Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, and the devastating California fires. The destruction is immense and it's daunting. We have endured fractured political discourse at all levels and to a degree that leaves us feeling discouraged and at times angry and adrift as citizens. From physical violence in Charlottesville to ugly exchanges on Twitter, we find ourselves asking, who are we as a nation? And we have suffered loss, personal and painful. Your campus experienced the unthinkable with the death of Scout Schultz. It is a tragedy that reminds us of the importance of mental healthcare and training, both for those who suffer and others who interact with those in need. As I said, it has been a remarkable year. It's really enough to make you want to stay in bed with the covers pulled up over your head. And I'm certain at times it's been difficult for you to focus on your coursework and your exams. But I'm an optimist. I always have been. I'm an optimist because I believe in education, in science, in technology, and in you, the graduates of Georgia Tech as the leaders of tomorrow. This past year has brought good news, important news that is making our world better. We're seeing a long-needed correction in the ways women are treated in the workplace thanks to courageous individuals speaking out against sexual harassment and intimidation. (audience applauds) It's been difficult and messy and it's not over. But I believe this movement is fundamentally changing the workplace, the workplace that you're entering, and changing it for the better. We've learned of fascinating genetic breakthroughs that will help us better understand pancreatic cancer, insomnia, and obesity. For the first time, scientists used a powerful editing tool known as CRISPR to eliminate a potentially deadly gene from a human embryo. It is an achievement of genetic engineering that should give us pause for its unthinkable promise and power. Researchers this past year shared the detection of two neutron stars colliding, a crash from a 130 million years ago that created a gravitational wave which just now arrived in our atmosphere. Hundreds of researchers including those here at Georgia Tech collaborated on this extraordinary discovery. And let's not forget the solar eclipse and how for a few hours in August we all came together to stare at the sky and observe something rare and beautiful. I know it occurred at the start of the fall semester here on campus, and what a memorable way to begin your last first day. Your community also celebrated the naming of a Rhodes Scholar by our chemistry major Calvin Runnels. He's the sixth Tech student to win this prestigious award, and more significantly, the third in five years. This speaks volumes to the quality of students and faculty at Georgia Tech. I could go on. Like I've said, it's been a remarkable year with science, medicine, technology, and engineering shaping our world in marvelous and diverse ways. So the question is how will we approach tomorrow? How will you approach tomorrow? Will you see the good or the bad? The positive or the negative? We all know the answer. You are optimists. You chose Georgia Tech because you wanted the best for yourself with an education from one of the nation's finest universities. Now as alumni, you can add to Georgia Tech's luster with your own accomplishments. It is up to you, and your imagination determines just how bold those achievements will be. Einstein once said that imagination is more important than knowledge. That tells me, your imagination combined with your Georgia Tech experience will be an unstoppable force for tomorrow. As a college graduate, you have an obligation to create a better future. Society has invested in you as a student and now awaits the return of your ideas and inventions. We are in dire need of great minds that are eager to collaborate and create, to find solutions to problems that sometimes seem overwhelming, crises like global warming, terrorism, and racial intolerance. We absolutely need your passion, your creativity, your intelligence. More than anything, though, we need your vision for a better world. Imagine a world and imagine an America committed to adequate healthcare, full equality, and environmental stewardship. Picture second to none downtowns, healthy neighborhoods, and fully funded public schools. We welcome your talent and your ideas. We need your talent and your ideas. Do all that you can to promote science, develop technology, and respect both. Show the world you have a Georgia Tech education with all the critical thinking that comes with it. And give back to your university. Not only financially, although I know President Peterson would welcome the support. But give back with your time. Share your achievements. Tomorrow's Yellow Jackets will look to you for inspiration, and I'm certain that you'll have plenty to share. I began this morning telling you about an earlier inspiring graduate of Georgia Tech. When Shane Kimbrough was asked what was the most special thing about his time on the International Space Station, he said it was the view, the view every day and every night of Planet Earth. "It is," he said, "beautiful, spectacular, and fragile." This is your world, beautiful, spectacular, and fragile. Protect it and prolong it with your knowledge. Treasure it with your family and friends. And whether you remain here in Atlanta or find yourself orbiting the globe, never let the world forget you're a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech. It's an exceptional calling card. Congratulations and good luck. (audience applauds) - [Bud] We've got a gift for you. - [Mary Sue] Oh thank you! - Thank you President Coleman for being with us and for your thoughts. Thank you very much, Mary Sue. (audience applauds) We now come to the time you've all been waiting for, the conferring of your degrees. The moment of walking across the stage represents the culmination of much work and great achievements. I would ask that after you receive your onstage recognition, you return to your seat and show the same respect to your fellow students that they showed to you. At this point, I'm pleased to welcome Dr. Rafael Bras, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs who will now introduce the academic deans by college and then present the candidates for the bachelor's degree, Dr. Bras. - Good morning. - [Audience] Good morning. - Are you ready. Yes? (laughs) (audience applauds) Dean Zvi Galil will present them the graduate candidates for degrees in the College of Computing. (audience applauds) - Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Computing, please rise and remain standing. (audience cheers) Mr. President, I have the honor of presenting to you these sleepless candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree, including the hackers, the geeks, and the nerds, who have completed the requirements for this degree. - [Announcer] From the College of Computing, Bachelor of Science in Computational Media, Interdisciplinary with the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. Michael Boal. Chelsi Alise Cocking. (audience cheers) Jimmy Dinh Nguyen. Alexandra Elizabeth Freeney. William Chase Hamrick. Kamryn Michele Harris. (audience cheers) Jeffrey Hsu, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Emily Caroline King. Benjamin Thomas LaForge. Sarah Margaret Marland. Jessica Ann Moranville. Ah Jin Noh. Quincy Jamal Robbins. Marcus Allen Thomas. Domenico Valles. Christian Michael Zajac. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Tyler Jermaine Abney. Daniel Ryan Armstrong. Millun Atluri. J Cameron Barge. Johntavious La'Troy Barkley. Christian David Battaglia. (audience cheers) Laura Ann Beall. Forrest Bengtson. Ryan David Berst. Benjamin William Bierbaum Junior. Christopher Blackstone. Ralph Blanes. Katherine Marie Blask. Courtney Branson. Ryan Brooks. Tyler Fredrick Brown. Vernon Buck. Ethan Max Byrd. Jeremy Foster Carter. Patrick E. Caruso. (audience cheers) Hosna Fatemeh Chaudhry. Catherine Ya Chen. (audience cheers) Douglas Cheong. Joon Gyu Choi. Adam Samuel Chow. Daniel Piotr Chudy. Christina Lynn Chung. Alexis Brianna Coulter. Quintin Ray Crist. (audience cheers) Liam Tyler Crumm. Ayan Das. Neeraj Joshua Delima. Bhavika Suresh Devnani. Caleb Oscar Ditchfield. Kelly Dodd. Elizabeth Dudley. Carter Davis Eaton. Matthew Carl Ersted. Kaley Findley. Conor Fitzpatrick. Christopher Robert Ford. (audience cheers) Sam Ford. Benjamin French. David Michael Froneberger. Ashika Ganesh. Huaqing Gao. Clint Russell Garn. (audience cheers) Allie Giddings. David Gil. Rania Glass. (audience applauds) Neil Kumar Goel. (audience applauds) Jacob Goodpasture. Cayten Guan. Bowen Gui. Fardad Hajirostami. Omar Ebraheem Hayek. Jacob Hayes. Austin Devere Herring. (audience cheers) Scott Evan Woods Higgins. (audience cheers) Jessica Michelle Hoffman. (audience cheers) Joseph Jabril Hooper. (audience cheers) Jeff Hotnog. Binchen Hu. Yanglin Huang. Samuel Isang. (audience cheers) Wenzhong Jin. Nicholas Anthony Johnson. (audience cheers) Griffin Gerald Jones. Min Je Jung. Nicholas Kalteux. Fox Alexander Kiester. Alexander Kim. (audience cheers) JungHyun Kim. Mijung Kim Gregory De'wight Kimble. Myron Wayne King. (audience cheers) Satya Kotagiri. Rayner Gabriel Kristanto. Nikhil R. Kulkarni. Diem Lam. (audience cheers) Harry Charles Lane. Lily Ann Lau. Brian Sangyup Lee. Min Ho Lee. Seunghwan Lee. (audience cheers) Tiera Tabaja Lee. (audience cheers) Henry Kam Sun Leung. Albert Li. Matthew Corey Lichtenstein. Zimin Lin. Zack Littke-Smith. Mason Liu. Ricardo Macias, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Zachary Brian Maciejewski. Kelsey Maclin. Erik Anders Mielke Maday. Phuc Zurie Mai. Alex Michael Matlock. Rodrigo Mejia. (audience cheers) Odell Sylvain Mizrahi. Mika Munch. (audience cheers) Kunaal Naik. Karl Leigh Nicodemus. Ashley Brook Noll. Adithya Nott. Madeline Clare O'Connell. Andrew Abel Oliveira. Pablo Ortega Olivares. Angela Nicole Palm. Jaehong Park. Sandro Hutasoit. Aaron Parry. (audience cheers) Christopher Austin Paschal. Kanan Patel. (audience cheers) Sumit Patel. Andrew Thomas Perry. (audience cheers) Henry Vizurraga Peteet. Kijjakarn Praditukrit. Vignesh Sriram Prasad. Anirudh Reddy. David Riazati. Kevin Stanley Rose. Jessica Rosenfield. William Joseph Rosser. Jamie Elizabeth Rule. Alexander Rushing. (audience cheers) Adam Sasine. John Robert Schmidt. Sid Senthilkumar. Omar Mansoor Sharifali. Christine Shih. Hyeon Eric Shim. (audience cheers) Kevin Richard Sholl. Brian Patrick Smith. Kara Leann Stolze. Ryan Harold Strat. Lexi Coley Stubbs. Srivas Sundararajan. Gaurav Tamhan. George Xiaohe Tang, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. Jensen Paige Tanner. Josh Ting. John Reese Tompkins. Duc Anh Tran. Thanh Tran. Cody Aaron Trawick. Timothy A. Trent. Shannor Aaron Trotty. Anurag Sharma Venukadasula. Forester Vosburgh. Bryson Michael Walker. (audience cheers) George Wang. Connor Wilkinson. (audience cheers) Joshua Winchester. Kimberly Nicole Wolford. Alex Wu. Jinming Yu. Raymond Zhang. Mi Zhou, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Amy Zhuang. (audience cheers) Stephen J. Zolnik. (audience cheers) - Thank you. (audience applauds) Associate Dean John Tone will present bachelor candidates for the degrees in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. - Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, please rise and remain standing. (audience applauds) Mr. President, I have the honor of presenting to you those candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree who have completed the requirements for this degree. - [Announcer] From the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Science in History, Technology, and Society. David Zambito. Bachelor of Science in Literature, Media, and Communication. Alice Barsky, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Literature, Media, and Communication. Kelsey Margaret Broka. Caleigh Derreberry. Shamire Dakwon Devine. Darby Fly. Elizabeth Donna Galli. Ashton Locke. Kevin Alton Readen. Jessica Shamus. Jenna Ward. Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Modern Language. Paula Emille Culpa Bondal. (audience cheers) Bachelor of Science in International Affairs. Andrea Laucella. (audience cheers) Cora Christine Olson. Bachelor of Science in Economics and International Affiars. Jasper C. Narvil. Bachelor of Science in Global Economics and Modern Languages. Tiffany Suwoto. Bachelor of Science in Economics. Fedor Klimov. (audience cheers) Shannon Patricia Murray. (audience applauds) - Dean Steven French will present undergraduate candidates for the degrees in the College of Design. - Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Design, please rise and remain standing. (audience applauds) Mr. President, I have the honor of presenting our incredibly creative and innovative candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree who've completed the requirements for this degree. - [Announcer] From the College of Design, Bachelor of Science in Architecture. Sharod Leon Bryant. (audience cheers) Kyle Forbes. Claire Marie Labanz. (audience cheers) Gray William Mitchell. (audience cheers) Skylar Alexandra Royal. (audience cheers) Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design. Oluwaseyi Amole. Grant Manuel Andujar. (audience cheers) Ridgely Christine Barnes. Hareen Godthi. Ronnie Gross. (audience cheers) Elizabeth Stephens Henderson. (audience cheers) Elizabeth Grace Jarecki. Shannon Lecates. (audience cheers) Melissa Xue Yin Shi. Eyoel Tewdros. (audience cheers) Carmen Rae Torrey. (audience cheers) Matt Ward. - Thank you. (audience applauds) Dean Maryam Alavi will present undergraduate candidates for degrees in the Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business. (audience applauds) - Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Scheller College, please rise and remain standing. (audience applauds) Mr. President I have the honor of presenting to you those candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration who have met all requirements for this degree. - [Announcer] From the Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Aieshah Abdeljawad, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Economics. Samad Ali. Jake Anderson. Abby Barsky. Alexandra Elaine Barton. Bennett Barton. Davis Michael Beard. Jordan Nicole Bell. Arushi Bhatia. (audience cheers) Blakely Bower. Oliver Brantley. Alexandra Grace Brown. Allen Thomas Brown. Joshua Howard Brown. Courtney Burton. Adam Cunningham. Heather Lynne Degenkolb. Sterling Collin DeSantis. Michael Anthony Dickerson. Theresa Melanie Dominy. Step Durham. (audience cheers) Connor Martin Durkin. Megan Elizabeth Fechter. (audience cheers) Dustin Foley. (audience cheers) Dianarose Fraum. (audience cheers) KeShun Jamal Freeman. (audience cheers) Thomas Stephen Gaines. Zachary Ethan Gardner. Thomas William Gentle Junior. Leah Givarz. Josh Gladstone. (audience cheers) Elizabeth Claire Glenn. Kyle Thomas Heaton. Xavier Abraham Herschberg. Grant Owen Hicks. (audience cheers) Claire Louise Homrich. (audience cheers) Andrew AJ Horney. Brian Thomas Horst. Haley Alexis Howard. Collin Preston Humphries. Keenan Matthew Innis. (audience cheers) Madeline Jane Irvin. Tre' Decorian Jackson. (audience cheers) Nabeel Janjua. Ricky Jeune. (audience cheers) Avanti Joglekar. Katherine Jory. Nakul Juneja. Nishul Juneja. Philip Seth Kaltman. Anya Kavalchuk. (audience cheers) Nicole Sayaka Kawahata. Christopher Helms Kelley. Elizabeth Dillard Kennedy. Jiyeon Jenny Kim. Sung Jin Kim. (audience cheers) Asva Krishnan. Ferdinand Nicolas Laconico. (audience cheers) Jae Bong Lee. (audience cheers) Rachel Kayla Lee. Chris Lung. Gabrielle Margareta Lupacchino. (audience cheers) Christian Reese Madsen. Olivia Joan Malice. Pranit V.S. Mallela. Andrew Douglas Marshall. Andrew Southard Mathis. Katherine Ruth McCalley. James Russell McCoy. (audience cheers) Antonio Messick. (audience cheers) Kristen Annalia Moss. Kevin Mubanga. (audience cheers) Rohan Mundkur. Andrew John Murray. Anh Nguyen. Azka Amina Niaz. Ayinna Christiana Onwuzuruigbo. (audience cheers) Benton Parr. Kyle James Perkins. (audience cheers) Christopher Petrus. Elizabeth Caroline Pickens. Helen Pashos Pickron. Andrea Lee Pitts. (audience cheers) Emily Regan Pitts. (audience cheers) Keller Porter. Megan Preston. Grace Olivia Purdy. (audience cheers) Kiran Raavi. Mersiha Ramic. Madumita Rangarajan. Nicholas Rea. Miles David Reardon. (audience cheers) Chelsea Jean Roberts. Shanice Uldah Saunders. (audience cheers) Nicolas Affonso Seidler. (audience cheers) Joshua Selembo. Shelby Nicole Sexton. Timothy Michael Singer. Sahithi Solipuram. Sidney Speir. Jack Camden Stafford. Jessica Leigh Strain. Andrew Tyler Sutton. Yassmina Tantaoui. Talha Tayyab. Jonathan Daniel Thomas. Naomi Hualei Thornton. Malin Trollsas. James Connor Usher. (audience cheers) Nash van Zandvliet. Matthew Ryan Wallace, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Stephen Wang. Samantha Rae Wilson. Arthur Phinizy Winborne. Alek Wobeck. Mackenzie Leigh York. Jiehua Zhang. - Thank you. - Thank you very much. (audience applauds) - Dean Paul Goldbart will present undergraduate candidates for degrees in the College of Sciences. - Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Sciences, please rise and remain standing. (audience applauds) The members of the College of Sciences community are proud of you, our bold explorers who will continue to create new knowledge to help drive forward the technology, computing, and medicine of tomorrow and also simply to lift the human spirit to new heights. Mr. President, I have the honor of presenting to you those candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree who have completed the requirements for this degree. - [Announcer] From the College of Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. Hanna Selamawit Assefa. (audience cheers) Samuel Ellis Holtzen. Shan Jing. Kamillah Jena Kassam. (audience cheers) Rachel Anne McAllister. (audience cheers) John Paul Mitchell. Manav Ajay Sevak. Madeline Rose Shepherd. Bachelor of Science in Discrete Mathematics. Iban Joseba Ariza. (audience cheers) Bachelor of Science in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Melat Hagos. (audience cheers) Aishwarya Ria Joshi. (audience cheers) Bachelor of Science in Biology. Mary Jane Chandler. (audience cheers) Emery Morgan Cuellar. (audience cheers) Brendan Ward Dukes. Gabriel Okwuchigemezu Ezuma. (audience cheers) Samah Hisamuddin. Hussain Kachwalla. (audience cheers) Grace H. Kim. Sara Nicole Locklear. Sydney Anne Nelson. (audience cheers) Navya Sandhya Meghana Nuthivana. (audience cheers) Elohor Rachel Ojagbeghru. (audience cheers) Swathi Rammohan. (audience cheers) Christian Cain Reinhardt. Stephen Scott. Emma Siegfried. Tong Yu. Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Isabella Ann Dolor. (audience cheers) Sunya Ali Fareed. Christianna Katherine Field Green. Katherine Guzdial. (audience cheers) Angelique Constantin Soulakos. Mairaj Amirali Manji. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Caleb Nicholas Diamon. Ziyu Liu. Emily Rose Miller. Benjamin Suter. Bachelor of Science in Physics. Hunter Hakimian. (audience cheers) Kate Napier. (audience cheers) Eric Hamilton Stokes. Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Joshua Bledsoe. (audience cheers) Tuong Do. Kyle Mackey. Kirsten Ellen Martin. Rebecca Kinley Wallace. (audience applauds) - Well, Mr. President, we have been at it for an hour and a half. Do we have time for engineering? (audience laughs) Dean Steven McLaughlin will present the undergraduate candidates for the degrees in the College of Engineering. (audience applauds) - Y'all ready? (audience cheers) Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree from the largest, most diverse, and best College of Engineering in America, please rise and remain standing. (audience cheers) - [Announcer] From the College of Engineering. - Mr. President, I have the honor of presenting to you the candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree for whom they completed the requirements for that degree. - [Bud] Sorry Steve. - [Announcer] Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering. Brandon Anthony Chin-Shue. Cathleen Elizabeth Dunning. (audience cheers) Rhiannon Flanagan-Rosario. Daniel Huckaby. Chen Liang. Alex Logan. (audience cheers) Mary Susan McIntyre. Taylor McKie. (audience cheers) Asia Nichet Mosee. (audience cheers) Francis Nguyen. (audience cheers) Carolyn Ann Pisciotta. India Rae Ruemmele. DeShawn Keren Olivia Samad. Caroline Leanne Walden. Shihua Xie. Nick Young. Winnie Lourdes Zambrana. (audience cheers) Zhongduo Zhang. Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. Arnold Dean Arnino Adel. Ananyaveena Anilkumar. (audience cheers) Jose Alejandro Araque Rojas. Stephen Arjanto. Morgan Arnold. Zinka Bartolek. Matthew Ehlers Berens. (audience cheers) Jacqueline Marie Bidlack. Emma Claire Blume. (audience cheers) Khadijah Monique Boles. (audience cheers) Gloria Marie Bowen. (audience cheers) Michael Douglas Brown. Julie Meihoa Bu. Jessica Marie Cahill. Gabrielle Conrad Campiglia. Jeonghoon Choi. Mihyun Choi. Renee Michelle Copeland. (audience cheers) Kayla Michelle Croom. Oliver John Daliet IV. (audience cheers) Duc Quang Dao. Haley Chase Eskew. (audience cheers) Isaaq Ismael Hassen Farah. Shanzeh Farooqui. Samantha Elizabeth Finkelstein. Yeager Calvin Gaston. Alexandra Jane Gordon. (audience cheers) Kevin Reddy Gurrala. Tommy T. Habibe. Lindsay Marie Hall. Christopher Shields Hardin. Janay Monique Harris. (audience cheers) Syed Hasnain. Nicholas Robert Hayes. John Hibberts. Kurt Robert Hickman. Samantha Lucia Houser. (audience cheers) Margaret Allison Howell. (audience cheers) Alex Vincent Huynh. Huige Jiang. Anirudh Joshi. (audience cheers) Alison Marie Kight. Tyler Elizabeth Kittel. Jessica M'Lynn Kowalewicz. Blake Harrison Lash. Shane Thornton Laufer. Jun Yeob Lee. (audience cheers) Devin Li. Caroline Isabella Massaro. (audience cheers) Kelsey Melrose. (audience cheers) Connor James Mitnick. Akeafa Momen. (audience cheers) (audience applauds) Asahi Murata. Ho David Namkoong. Kelly Nardone. (audience cheers) Shyam Nathu. Thomas Van Nguyen. Megha Pandya. (audience cheers) Claire Keener Parnell. (audience cheers) Nasya Nina Paul. Kelly Pesson. Elise Coleman Pippert. Kian Pourak. Emily Elizabeth Powell. (audience cheers) Ashley Lynne Proffitt. (audience cheers) Steven James Pubillones. Matthew Rather. Juliana Rios. (audience cheers) Jenna Glenn Robinson. (audience cheers) Jonathan Russell. (audience cheers) Aken Sanghavi. (audience cheers) Noah Carl Schimmel. Monali Shah. (audience cheers) Avery Shook. Armel Nsiangani. Ramamurthy Siripuram. Nathan Robert Slade. (audience cheers) Enzo Sebastian Georges Ramon August Soenen. Krithik Srithar. Samantha Swamy. Luke Ternes. Deepa Thakuri. (audience cheers) Frances Tsenn, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Melissa Valdman. (audience cheers) Sara Vecerina. (audience cheers) Samantha Verdello. (audience cheers) Danice Wang. (audience cheers) Michael Wang. Andrew Ian Wilbourn. Brice Williams. Sidi Zhao. - [Woman] Go ahead, say right here, Bachelor of Science in Material Science and Engineering. - [Announcer] Bachelor of Science in Material Science and Engineering. Sidi Zhao. Philip Martin Anschutz. Sean Bradley. Natalie Caroline Darby. Ryan Dwyer. (audience cheers) Alexander Peter Hamad. David Kakalios. Dohee Kim. Kirsi Naidoo. (audience cheers) Vanessa Prema. (audience cheers) Robert Rife. Hunter Austin Smith. Keshav Swarup. (audience cheers) Lindsey Nicole Thomson. Ashanti Turner. (audience cheers) Brian Charles Weaver. Timothy Joseph Widing. A'isha Monique Williams. (audience cheers) Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering. Austin Reed Bartmess. Roy Blatt. Zachary Joseph Braun. (audience cheers) Sean David Buckingham Junior. (audience cheers) Steven Daniele. Nikita Desai. Curtis Mercury Ezell III. Rohit Ganesan. Oluwaseyi Opemipo Gbadegesin. (audience cheers) Precious Keonna Gibson. (audience cheers) Felipe Gonzalez James Alan Grusy. Yarin Gurfel. Azra Ismail. Aisha Arielle Jackson. Nicholas William Jefferies. Peter John. Kristin Jones. Nack Kyoo Jung. (audience cheers) Kunal Mehan Ibrahim Khan. Liam King. Prana Nath Koirala. Daniel Loo. (audience cheers) Peter Joseph Lyons. (audience cheers) Varun Malhotra. Rahul Maran. Pranav V. Marathe. Jason Matthew McNeely. (audience cheers) Demerrick Moton. Nhi Quynh Nguyen. (audience cheers) Darshan Chetan Patel. Constance Tao Perkins. James Plager. (audience cheers) Saketh Poda. Joanne Pokrzywa. Jake Sampson Ramey. Shashank Singh. Sara Srivastav. Adam Stebbing, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies. Joseph Stevenson. Anthony Tran. (audience cheers) Samir Vedantham. Xavier Louis Williams. (audience cheers) Ashraf Younis. Siyan Yu. Bachelor of Science in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering. Andrew Evan Fernandez. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. Abdalla Yousef Abdel Rahim Senior. Ryan Nicholas Adams. Gabriela Cristina Adler. (audience cheers) Kameron Akbarzadeh. (audience cheers) Alexandra Inyang Akosa. Oluwadamilola Alajogun. Shayan Ali. Priyanka Sunil Ambekar. Lauren Ann Antonucci. (audience cheers) Chhaya Arora. Andrew Bae. Aissatou Bany Bah. (audience cheers) Julia Barringer. (audience cheers) Uddhav Bhagat, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Sara Mae Billings. Melina Ava Blasetti. Sarah Nicole Both. (audience cheers) Brian Allen Bradley. Marguerite Jaymes Bradley. Lucy Diane Bullen Taylor Allyson Butler. (audience cheers) Jay Buxton. Jose Ernesto Chedraui. Matthew Cameron Creatore. Kelsey Danielle Custodio. (audience cheers) Shreya Dasgupta. (audience cheers) Tyler Russell Diamond. Christina Marie Doyle. (audience cheers) Andre Carlos Evans. Sana Fathima. Carolina Fernandez. Taylor Elizabeth Fitzgerald. Katherine Adams Ford. Madeline Parker Gaffney. Yifan Gao. Ziyi Gao. Sutton Elizabeth Garrett. Ricardo Jose Goncalves. (audience cheers) Gustavo Gonzalez. Anne Marie Green. Robert Martin Gwynn. Tyler Scott Hall. Ishraq Hasan. Ryan Bryce Hawks. Hunter David Hayes. Emma Heaslet. Joshua Dunn Henrickson. India Iman Hernandez Hervey. Jacob Michael Inderrieden. Rohan Ramchandran Iyer. Yoonhye Jang. (audience cheers) Farida Jariwala, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Austin Kenneth Jensen. Alice McArthur Jinks. Toni Rayjne Johnson. James Mulholland Karle Junior. Erol Kasikci. Zachary James Keen. Alex Ketchum. Hanny Knutzen. Mihir Ami Kumar. Nija Susan Kurien. Daniel Kurniawan. Scott Patrick Larson. Taegon Jay Lee. Alexander Suhn Lim. Amit Lift. (audience cheers) Zhejing Liu Cameron Robert Lockhart. Callie Fay Martin. (audience cheers) Kelly Marie McCarthy. (audience cheers) Alison Traynor McGarey. (audience cheers) Gabrielle McGee. (audience cheers) Zachary McGill. Ellen Yeseul Min. Cameron Mistr. Alexandra Moreno. Derek Scott Morris. (audience cheers) Vardaan Mukharya. Kaitlyn Miranda Murdock. Ryusei Ray Nagashima. Gordon Nail Junior. Hector Jesus Najarro. Jennifer Newell. Benjamin James Nickel. (audience cheers) Alex Ryan Nikoukary. Nagela Nukuna. (audience cheers) Jihwan Oh. Matthew James Owens. Paul Turner Ozmer. Alyxandra Sara Paisner. Daniel William Pare. Parth Harikrishna Patel. Rahul Patel. Ruchita Patel, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Sohil Patel. Marissa Joy Persky. Brendan Michael Phillips. Yvette Marie Poshedly. Saneel Jehan Prabhu. Ji Qi. Anees-Carl Louis Ragy. (audience cheers) Waseem Rahim Aziz Rahmanzai. Kendall Rankin. (audience cheers) Nicholas Kemmer Rogstad. Valeria Rossi. Emily Victoria Rothenbacher. Gretchen Elizabeth Rowe. Ethan Thomas Sailers Junior. Seema Suseela Sanka. Katherine Eleonore Schoettler. Michael Elorm Senoo. (audience cheers) Jeffrey Yuwono Shibata. Anna Lee Smith. William Henry Somers. (audience cheers) Natalie Anna Standish. (audience cheers) Elizabeth Diane Stich. Forest Eugene Strickland. Shilpa Anju Suresh. (audience cheers) Conor Michael Tanzman. (audience cheers) Alina Zachariah Thomas. (audience cheers) Grace Naomi Townsend. Natalia Troncoso. (audience cheers) Carlos Valiente Bermudez. Kripa Varghese. Yuyan Wang. (audience cheers) Brandon Scott Wells. Andre Weltman Tatar. (audience cheers) Indira Valerie Wildschut. Mitchell Robert Williams. (audience cheers) Spencer Robert Wilson. Patrick Charles Wolff. (audience cheers) Haonan Xu. Elise Zhang. Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Alissa Marie Alberico. Lucas Aviles. Robert Shawn Beard. Gregory Arlington Belgorod. Ryan Bhuiyan. (audience cheers) Andres Eloy Blanco. (audience cheers) Marc-Henri Bleu-Laine. (audience cheers) Nicholas Branch. Shane Tammen Connelly. Taylor Curtiss. Daniel Luke Dotson. Drew Elliott. Andrew Dominic Feliz. Blake Henry Finlayson. (audience cheers) Zachary Freels. (audience cheers) Taj Hayden Gillani. (audience cheers) Pablo Gonzalez. (audience cheers) Adam Gordy. Victor Louis Camille Heaulme. Rick Sung Hong. Gregory Robert Hopkins. Zhenhao Jing. Woradorn Kamolpornwijit. Ethan C. Kee. Dongho Kim. (audience cheers) Derek Shawn Luciani. Mary Catharine Martin. (audience cheers) Michael McCracken. Sara Miller. Joseph Conrad Mycock. Ki Taek Oh. Alexander Stephen Ostrow. Ashley Kim Park. (audience cheers) Geoffrey Richard Rairigh. Rebecca Suzanne Reid. (audience cheers) Joseph Godfrey Reifenberger. Dyllan Russell. Sergio Sandoval. (audience cheers) Jack Karim Semrau. Greg Smolianinov. Joseph Daniel Sparta. Atittan Sritharan. Evan Matthew Steele. William Christopher Steele. Lyndsey Nicole Stevenson. Bryful Andy Sun. Evan Thomas Wier. Anna Christine Woodmansee. Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Madeline Anne Baker. (audience cheers) John Nathan Biewer. Bradley Jefferson Carter. Junehee Chang. Rachel Ellison. Eric Farrell. Shierly Fok. Adrian Glass. Stephanie Hicks. Brandi Hill. (audience cheers) Stephanie Hoang. Katherine Lanthier. (audience cheers) Henry Phan Le. (audience cheers) Clayton Paul Maike. Jacob Mazzei. Robert Frederick Memmer. (audience cheers) Jeffrey Gordon Mullavey. (audience cheers) Noah Oakland. Eliott Jean Quentin Orzan. Jessica Petersen. Danielle Reed. (audience cheers) Natalie Ann Taylor. Alexandra Marie Tracy. Nathan Patrick Yetter. Erden Tumurbaatar. Siyoung Hoya. Kathleen June Zhang. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Samuel Olufemi Akinola. (audience cheers) Jack Andrew Anninos. Alejandra Avila Jaramillo. (audience cheers) Anna Colleen Bass. Colleen Danielle Becton. Brandon Keith Blalock. Brittany Alexis Burnett. (audience cheers) George Matthew Carley. Valerie Olivia Curtis. Rachel Lauren Cynor. Alexander D'Antoni. David Dempsey Junior. (audience cheers) Gian Marco Diomi Ndongala. George Patrick Doyle IV. Laura Ruth Dudley. Sofia Duran. Rachel Caroline Elliott. Christian Henry Pierre Fansi. (audience cheers) George Austin Fell. Akemi Fontanilla Flores. Vanessa Flores. (audience cheers) Austin Foo. Hannah Morgan Hopper. (audience cheers) Jiahui Fu. (audience cheers) Richard Owen Hayles. (audience cheers) David Hernandez. (audience cheers) Rodrigo Hernandez. (audience cheers) Jia Lei. Maggie Grey Lindsey. (audience cheers) Kyle McClure. (audience cheers) Ji Yoon Oh. Derek Abraham Ratzlaff. (audience cheers) Kelli Blaine Roberts. (audience cheers) Mariangel Rodriguez. (audience cheers) Michael Emilio Rodriguez. Brady Austin Roose. Nicholas Saavedra. Cheikh Mouhammadou Moustapha Seck. (audience cheers) Perry Lebron Smith. Alesa Terese Stallman. Daylen Earl Stone. (audience cheers) Zoe Eliza Turner-Yovanovitch. Elizabeth Lea Wagar. Sharani Shardea White. (audience cheers) Tiffany Nicole Wommack. Chengyao Raven Yan. Xinyi Zhang. Yuhui Harry Zhang. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Isabel Marie Anderson. Nicholas Eric Andreasen. Thomas Charles Anzalone. Allison Ashlock. Brandon J. Baker. (audience cheers) Malik Omari Barton. (audience cheers) Blake Anthony Blount. Joseph Bryan Boettcher. Alexander Jack Booth. (audience cheers) Jessica Marie Britt. Mauricio Builes Zapata. (audience cheers) Vincent Ceyssens. Fan Chen. Sabed Dewan Chowdhury. (audience cheers) Natalie Wilson GuoRae Chu. Ashley Donyetta Davis. (audience cheers) Jeremy Michael Deremer. Anthony Doud. (audience cheers) Nicholas Andrew Fahrenkrog. Marcus James Fisher. James M. Greene. Douglas Edward Grosch. Anna Beatrice Harrison. Nicolae Hayes. Jacob Andrew Hooks. Hung Van Hua. Laura Leigh Huddleston. Stephen Michael Hurst. Chidinma Imala. (audience cheers) Asier Senai Isayas. (audience cheers) Rohan Iyengar, also receiving a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Donghyeok Jung. Benjamin Kim. John Lee Kim. (audience cheers) Soobum Kim. Lucas Aaron Kinser. (audience cheers) Yusuf Ziya Kuris. Kyron Elijah Longwood. (audience cheers) Kwondo Ma. (audience cheers) Kevin Mauricio Mairena. (audience cheers) Ryan Andrew Mar. Jesse Isaac McLaughlin. Alex McLeod. Sean McNeil. Colin Bruce McRae. (audience cheers) Forrester Wright Mercier. Manan Mittal. Nathan Muller. (audience cheers) Christopher Nacon. Connor Zachary Napolitano. Allen Ndemera. (audience cheers) Hoai Nguyen Harrison Walker Nichols. Judea Nifong. Hamim Nigena. (audience cheers) Ethan G. Norby. (audience cheers) Curtis Duane Norris. (audience cheers) Matthew James O'Grady. Logan O'Hara. (audience cheers) Ifechukwude Gideon Odogwu. (audience cheers) Jingjing Pan. Sean Stephen Pettit. (audience cheers) Nam Son Phan. Mohammed Abdul Rafay. Chandradeo Ramjit. (audience cheers) Bala Ravi. Pedro Henrique Ribeiro Pinto. Brydan Edison Storey Rogers. (audience cheers) Alexander Saad-Falcon. Quentin Lee Samuels. (audience cheers) Daniel Robert Schmidt. Jiazhi Michael Shi. Zhongyang Shi. Tyler Sisk. Arnold Taganas. Matthew Joseph Graham Tate. (audience cheers) Kennedy Taylor. (audience cheers) Jeffrey W. Teng. Kayden Khue Ton. Victoria Marie Tuck. Mitcham Tuell. (audience cheers) Micah Daniel Wells. (audience cheers) Sitong Wu. Cassie Q. Xia. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. (audience cheers) Priyank Balkrushna Acharya. Wale Agoro. (audience cheers) Do Hyun Ahn (audience cheers) Wilson Akanonu. Ryan Christopher Alain. (audience cheers) Chase Dan Alford. Zachary Allen. Gaston Alvarez. (audience cheers) Sachi Amin. Claire Reanne Arthurs. Tejasvin Ashok. Michael Scott Bailey. Zachary James Bailey. (audience cheers) Mick Baker. Matthew Barnes. Taylor Benson. (audience cheers) Alex Taylor Berlinsky. Rahim F. Bhagat. Jason Bizily. Tyler Steven Blevins. Thomas Board. Kyle Peter Boykin. Matthew C. Brady. Logan Brafford. Devin Thomas Brand. Kyle Andrew Brantley. (audience cheers) Lawrence Bray. Kayla Jene Broughton. (audience cheers) Christopher D. Brown. (audience cheers) Will Byars. Brandon Byess. (audience cheers) Helen Victoria Cannella. Kirby Carmack. (audience cheers) Ryan Patrick Carr. Jeremiah Porter Castleberry. Chun Ho Chan. Anthony Francis Chirumbole. (audience cheers) Seiyon Cho. (audience cheers) Tyler John-Cecil Christian. William Allister Collings. David Patrick Brian Cregg. (audience cheers) Daniel Johnathan Crocker. Brittney Chanel Crockett. (audience cheers) Nathan Daley. Joseph Louis Darby. Aditya Deepak Datye. Jeffrey Scott Davis. Natasha de Gunten. Squires Dearinger. (audience cheers) Sean Denney. (audience cheers) Nikhil Dhawan. Zachary Duncan. Ryan Alexander Dutra. (audience cheers) Kevin Olufemi Edwards. (audience cheers) Ashton William Farr. Bruce Allen Fenderson Junior. (audience cheers) Eric Thomas Flint. Brian Floyd. Jacob Paul Flynn. Austin Forgey. Ellis Galyon. Enrique Garcia. (audience cheers) Francesca Gencarella. Siddharth Gore. Kelly Daniel Grissom. Curtis David Gurule. (audience cheers) Clark Hamilton. Kevin James Hansen. Charles Joseph Hanzel III. (audience cheers) Caden Foster Helbling. (audience cheers) Henry Tyler Hewitt. (audience cheers) Joseph Alexander Hornung. Tazeen Hossain. Hiu Yan Ip. Jack Tyler Jacoby. (audience cheers) Jeshua Jemson. Ji Woo Kang. Ji Yong Kang. Siddhant Kansal. Jordan Marcus Karten. Peter Khamphouvong. Evan Khan. Dong Min Kim. Hyunsuk Kim. Kitae Kim. (audience cheers) Sunghoon Kim. Ariel Koh. Christopher John Krug Junior. Samuel Kuehn. Do Hyun Kwon. Shinjae Kwon. (audience cheers) Hannah Michelle Larson. (audience cheers) Addison Quinn Lazarus. Doug Learnard. John Lee. Kyle Gisung Lee. Wonseok Lee. (audience cheers) Richard Lehner. Farah Lewis. (audience cheers) Weiyang Li. Bradley Koehler Long. Randy Long. Kyle Lucy. (audience cheers) Andrew MacDonald. (audience cheers) Benjamin Russel Marchese. Moriah Ellen Mattson. Carissa Matute. Madhukar Mayakonda. Luis Mayorca Pardo. Jermaine Medley. (audience cheers) Jason Meka-Ze. (audience cheers) Peter Mayer Mitchell. (audience cheers) Alexander Sellers Moreau. (audience cheers) Timothy John Murray. (audience cheers) Wenu Mutanda. (audience cheers) Alex Neou-Curiel. Daniel Alexander Newhouse. Golda Nguyen. Reed Jozef Nikolich. Ryan Scott Norrell. Goddy Okoduwa Okoukoni Junior. (audience cheers) Abigail Ann Olker. (audience cheers) Lachlan Jeffrey Page. (audience cheers) Navya Palacherla. Urmil A. Patel. Evan Pax. Lauren Perrine. Darren QT Pham. Tyler Joseph Pinaud. Aino Vilhelmiina Rainio. Jordyn Taylor Rainone. (audience cheers) Justin Reffitt. Justin Michael Reichling. Joshua James Reynolds. Patrick Adams Riley. Alexander Bernard Rizzo. Clay Carrier Robinette. John Richard Rose. Katherine Adrienne Roth. Jacob A. Rowe. Luke Michael Runyan. (audience cheers) Jacob Ryan Saban. Jake Louis Salesky. Meredith Leigh Louise Sanders. Vivek Sandhu. Sean Patrick Santoro. Edmund J. Schoewe. Benjamin Seth Schofill. Zachary Scott. Ajith Shajan. Brian Shin. Jaemin Proszek Shin. Sukwon Shin. William Michael Short. Andrew Paul Smith. Dalton Ray Smith. Grayson Scott Smith. Daniel Eric Strevel. (audience cheers) Meena Talasila. Jonny Yao Liang Tan Yu. Jimmy Sugiarto Tandiono. Megan Elizabeth Tappan. Kenneth Taylor. Matthew Ethan Thomas. Johnathan Daniel Todd. Manuel Alejandro Torres Novillo. (audience cheers) Megan Michaela Tucker. Ernesto Jose Vargas Torres. Frederic Flores Villegas. (audience cheers) Theodore James Virtue. William Taylor Wagenseil. Yiwei Wang. Zhaowen Wang. Robert Allen Warren. Cole Summer Weiler. Shelby LeaAnn White. (audience cheers) Reagan Yawn Wilkerson. Brandon Will. Kyle A. Williams. (audience cheers) Alexander Wong. Neil David Yoder. Shen Yoon. Christopher Anthony York. (audience cheers) Carter Neal Yount. (audience cheers) Quinn Zhang. (audience cheers) Samuel Christoph Zunkeler. James Nelson. Ian Ewell. Colin Michael Kirkpatrick. (audience cheers) Michael Angelo Humm. (audience cheers) - Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. - [Announcer] Priyanka Deo. (audience cheers) Mason Aramian. (audience cheers) Andie Rocca. Sai Srivatsav Muppiri. Petros Eskinder. (audience cheers) Nathan Dass. (audience cheers) Shin Gu Park. (audience cheers) Maryam Raad. (audience cheers) Donjin Kim. Wei Fang. Liren Yu. (audience cheers) - Will all of the graduates please rise? (audience cheers) Upon the recommendation of the faculty of the Georgia Institute of Technology and by authority of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, I confer upon each of you the bachelor's degree with all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities there unto appertaining. Congratulations graduates. (audience cheers) To symbolize your achievement, you may now move the tassel on your mortarboard from the right to the left, congratulations. (audience cheers) Please be seated. Almost there. (audience laughs) Georgia Tech alumni are an extraordinary group of high achievers. To welcome the members of this graduating class into the fellowship of Tech, I'm pleased to introduce Mr. David Bottoms, Class of 2001 and Chair of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association. (audience applauds) - Thank you Mr. President and congratulations graduates. It is my distinct pleasure to, on behalf of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association, welcome you for the first time as alumni of the Georgia Institute of Technology. I, like many of you, had the opportunity to experience some of the benefits of the Alumni Association as a student. For me, it was participation in the Georgia Tech Ambassadors Program and Student Foundation that exposed me to the power of the Georgia Tech network. For you, perhaps it has been participation in the Student Alumni Association or through Mentor Jackets, the nation's largest student alumni mentoring program. If you're already engaged with the Alumni Association via the Student Alumni Association, that's great. Continue your involvement through our young alumni programs. If you were a student mentee, now take the opportunity to serve as a mentor to a student a few years behind you. If this is your first exposure to the Alumni Association, take it from me. There is no better time to get connected than shortly after graduation. With an array of programs and services geared to young alumni, a global network of alumni networks and affinity groups, relevant opportunities to leverage the resources of the Alumni Association abound. You have now joined ranks with more than a 154,000 fellow graduates of Georgia Tech, who not surprisingly represent some of the more impressive, accomplished, intelligent, and capable people on Earth. Your Georgia Tech Alumni Association stands ready to facilitate your ongoing connection to Georgia Tech and its incredible alumni, friendships with whom I can assure you will prove to be lifelong. Undoubtedly, one of the most important ways to stay connected with Georgia Tech is through participating in Roll Call, Georgia Tech's annual fund for excellence. Now before you get nervous, I want to give you some really good news. In recognition of the fact that we know it can be difficult to give as you are just starting your career, your fellow alumni who have come before you are personally donating $25 in each of your names, so you're covered this year. (audience applauds) Now next year, please make support of Roll Call part of your annual tradition. Whether your annual gifts are big or small, your support combined with the support of tens of thousands of other proud alums combine to provide Georgia Tech with the resources that it needs to be relentless in its continued pursuit of excellence, and as a result will ensure that our alma mater's future will always be brighter than its past. Again, congratulations and welcome to the Georgia Tech Alumni Association. (audience applauds) - Thank you, great job. Thank you David. I want to thank all of you for your patience and congratulate our graduates one more time. (audience applauds) At this time, Nothin' But Treble will lead us in the Alma Mater, followed by immediately by the faculty recessional. The graduates in the audience are requested to remain standing as the platform party recesses, and then I invite all of you to join in the best known fight song in the country, Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech. (audience cheers) For our newest graduates, we have a special treat. As tradition goes, when you exit the McCamish Pavilion, the Whistle will blow several times in your honor. Thank you for your attendance this morning. Congratulations and godspeed to the graduates. (audience cheers) - [Singer] One, two, three. ♪ Oh, sons of Tech, arise, behold ♪ ♪ The Banner as it reigns supreme ♪ ♪ For from on high the White and Gold ♪ ♪ Waves in its triumphant gleam ♪ ♪ The spirit of the cheering throng ♪ ♪ Resounds with joy revealing ♪ ♪ A brotherhood in praise and song ♪ ♪ In memory of the days gone by ♪ ♪ Oh, Scion of the Southland ♪ ♪ In our hearts, you shall forever fly ♪ (audience applauds) (stately music) ♪ I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech ♪ ♪ And a hell of an engineer ♪ ♪ A helluva, helluva, helluva, helluva, hell of an engineer ♪ ♪ Like all the jolly good fellows, I drink my whiskey clear ♪ ♪ I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech ♪ ♪ And a hell of an engineer ♪ ♪ Oh, if I had a daughter, sir ♪ ♪ I'd dress her in White and Gold ♪ ♪ And put her on the campus to cheer the brave and bold ♪ ♪ And if I had a son, sir, I'll tell you what he'd do ♪ ♪ He would yell, to hell with Georgia ♪ ♪ Like his daddy used to do ♪ ♪ Oh, I wish I had a barrel of rum and sugar 3,000 pounds ♪ ♪ A college bell to put it in ♪ ♪ And a clapper to stir it around ♪ ♪ I'd drink to all the good fellows ♪ ♪ Who come from far and near ♪ ♪ I'm a ramblin', gamblin' hell of an engineer, hey ♪ (whistle blows) ("Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech") ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets, fight, win ♪ ("Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech") ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets, fight, win ♪ ("Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech") ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets ♪ ♪ Go Jackets, fight, win ♪ (elegant music) - [Announcer] Attention please, at this time we would like to ask you meet your graduate outside the West Entrance. The venue will be closing in 30 minutes. Again, the venue will be closing in 30 minutes. Congrats to all the graduates. (elegant music)

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