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Benjamin L. Rosenbloom

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Benjamin L. Rosenbloom.
Benjamin L. Rosenbloom.

Benjamin Louis Rosenbloom (June 3, 1880 – March 22, 1965) was a Jewish member of the United States House of Representatives from West Virginia.[1]

Born in Braddock, Pennsylvania to Russian-Jewish immigrants,[2] Rosenbloom attended the public schools and graduated from the North Braddock High School. He attended West Virginia University at Morgantown, studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1904 and commenced practice in Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia in 1905.

He was elected and served as a member of the West Virginia State Senate from 1914 to 1918.

Rosenbloom was elected from West Virginia's 1st District[3] as a Republican to the Sixty-seventh and Sixty-eighth Congresses (March 4, 1921 – March 3, 1925) as the first Jewish member of Congress from West Virginia. He was not a candidate for renomination in 1924, having become a candidate for the United States Senate. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for United States Senator in 1924.

He resumed the practice of his profession in Wheeling, published a weekly newspaper from 1933 to 1935, was a councilman and vice mayor of Wheeling, West Virginia from 1935 to 1939, and retired from law practice in 1951. He died in Cleveland, Ohio on March 22, 1965.

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  • ✪ University of Michigan College of Engineering Commencement - 5/7/19

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[ Music ] >> Would everyone please rise for the singing of our national anthem? [ National Anthem ] [ Applause ] >> Good afternoon. Let's give another round of applause to our singer Keon Beigzadeh. [ Applause ] Keon is studying voice performance and materials science and engineering. Thank you, Keon. Welcome to Crisler Center and the graduation ceremony of the class of 2019E. [ Applause ] I want to start with a story. Earlier this term, a student in another college of the university that will remain nameless in the Michigan Daily Op-ed wrote a somewhat critical piece about engineers in his 300-level humanities classes. I'm sure you remember the article. He argued that engineers fulfilling their humanity's requirement do not have the requisite knowledge-based class participation skills or basic interest to make substantial comments in class. For some of you wearing a cap and gown today, your immediate reaction when you saw this piece was probably not something I should repeat in front of your parents. [ Laughter ] To be fair, he was more sympathetic than antagonistic. In one paragraph he wrote, quote, "Engineering students who have spent their years watching online lectures and completing auto-grader homework assignments tend not to have the experience it takes to contribute to humanities courses in a way that elevates the conversation." Hmm. He implied his view was shared by nearly all students in the humanities major. One student wrote a thoughtful, measured response in the Daily, a mechanical engineering senior Palomar Colbert. I believe Palomar is out there among you as a matter of fact. [ Applause ] But why did the original letter writer's criticism sting? Of course, we engineers are intelligent, adaptive, well spoken, intelligent, intellectually curious, and socially conscious individuals with the multiple interests and, yes, even passions. Many of you, probably the vast majority of you are involved in non-engineering activities or have friends or associates who are not engineers. And just because we know how to build robots doesn't mean we are robots. News flash, we are not robots. By the way, I should mention that Josh Mangelson is our first robotics PhD candidate to defend his dissertation. So, I really meant it when I say that some of us know how to make robots. But although we are fully alive, we don't always show our hearts. Being shied by a fellow classmate for being shallow is one thing, being unwilling to translate your engineering vocabulary to a struggling business owner or a conflicted politician or even a weeping parent is quite another. You have developed some amazing technical skills during your time here. But don't use them as a comfortable substitute for difficult conversations. Complex or wicked problems often will require your analysis and your empathy. Use your engineering tools but don't become one. Don't sacrifice your heart when you use your head. And remember, you were a human being long before you became an engineer. Your degree does not negate your humanity. The first line of our mission statement ends with quote, "Leadership to the people of the world." End of quote. The last line ends with quote, "The common good." End of quote. Our mission, your mission, regardless of your career, begins and ends with people. Technology inspires you because you understand it, in fact, you create it. Help others, help inspire others who don't live in our world of science and technology to appreciate it for what it is, a powerful force for good, for improving the human condition across the globe, and as some of us would like to hope one day beyond. You've earned your humanities credits, now go show the world engineers are humans too in service to humanity. Congratulations, class of 2019, and Go Blue! [ Applause ] The administrators of the college, including the executive committee, associate deans, department chairs, and program directors serve in various capacities to help the college of engineering pursue its vision, mission, and values. All of our outstanding faculty members also are vital to upholding the college's excellent reputation and making possible your impactful student experience. Would the college's administrative leadership and all other faculty members, please stand as you're able. [ Applause ] Let us also recognize two special guests from the university's administration who are also Michigan Engineering faculty members but soon will become provost elsewhere. One of our guests is the university's vice provost for global engagement and interdisciplinary academic affairs, an Arthur F. Thurnau professor and professor of nuclear engineering and radiological sciences, and the next provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of New Mexico, James Holloway. [ Applause ] Our other guest is the university's vice president for research. The Jay Reid and Polly Anderson professor of Manufacturing, a professor of Mechanical Engineering and of Industrial Operations Engineering, and the next senior vice president for academic affairs and provost at the University of Georgia, Jack Hu. [ Applause ] Thank you both very much for all you have done for this college and university and for joining us one last time to congratulate our graduates. Our tradition of the College of Engineering is to invite alumni class representatives to participate in our graduation ceremonies. These accomplished alumni offer congratulations to our new graduates and welcome them as fellow alumni. I am now pleased to introduce this year's alumni class representatives. As I introduce them, I ask each to stand and remain standing until all have been recognized. Audience, please hold your applause until all introductions have been made. Celebrating his fifth class anniversary and representing the class of 2014, Marcus Papadopoulos. Mr. Papadopoulos earned his Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. In college, he was a member of the Design Global Health academic program through which he developed a blood pressure detection device for at-risk women in Ghana. He remains passionate about global health and sustainability. Currently, he's the lead mechanical engineer at Optimal Design in Chicago where he works with a multidisciplinary team on advanced electromechanical devices. Celebrating his 10th class anniversary and representing the class of 2009 is Mark Pfitzenmaier. Mr. Pfitzenmaier earned his Master's degree in pharmaceutical engineering 10 years ago. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in molecular-cellular and developmental biology here at Michigan also. He is vice president of operations at Bryllan LLC, a contract manufacturing organization in the pharmaceutical industry based in Brighton, Michigan. Celebrating his 25th class anniversary and representing the class of 1994 is Karl Iagnemma. Dr. Iagnemma earned his Bachelor's degree summa cum laude in mechanical engineering. He earned his Master's and PhD degrees from MIT and previously directed the robotic mobility group there. He founded nuTonomy, a Boston-based self-driving technology company and a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer. And now serves as the president of autonomous mobility for a parent company Aptiv. Named one of 2017's most intriguing entrepreneurs by Goldman Sachs, in addition, he's an award-winning fiction author. Celebrating her 40th class anniversary and representing the class of 1979 is Rhonda Germany Ballintyn. Ms. Ballintyn earned her Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering. Also she holds an MBA in finance with highest honors from the University of Connecticut. In 2017, she retired following a 15 year career at Honeywell a fortune 100 conglomerate, during which time she served as the chief strategy and marketing officer and a corporate vice president. Previously she served as the vice president partner and board member at Booz Allen Hamilton Management Consultancy. And celebrating his 50th or emeritus class anniversary and representing the class of 1969 is Greg Rouk. Mr. Rouk earned his Master's and Bachelor's degrees in chemical engineering. He's the former chief operating officer and co-founder with Beth, his wife, also a Michigan Engineering alumn of ASG Renaissance, an industry-leading technical recruiting and marketing communications firm founded in 1987 and headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan. Previously he spent 15 years with Ford Motor Company in various engineering positions and management positions. Let us give a thunderous welcome to these outstanding Michigan engineering alumnus. [ Applause ] Another tradition of the college's commencement ceremony is to hear from a student. This year's student speaker is Bassel Salka. If you attended this morning's university ceremony in Michigan stadium, you will recognize Bassel. In perhaps the first, Bassel is the student speaker both for the University and for Michigan engineering ceremonies. Bassel is graduating with his Bachelor's degree in Industrial and Operations Engineering. He's an undergraduate researcher at the Center for Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety and co-founder of Michigan Lean Consulting. In addition, he has served as a co-president of the Arab Student Association and the Muslim Coalition. And he has earned a College of Engineering Distinguished Leadership Award. In December, he will begin his career as a healthcare researcher at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. Bassel, please come forward. [ Applause ] >> You probably had thought you were done with me at the big house. I'm sorry. Honored students, family, faculty, and staff, it is my pleasure to stand before you today as we celebrate the remarkable engineering class of 2019. The University of Michigan in general is extraordinary. But there is something special about the College of Engineering. In this room alone, we have creative thinkers, inventors, entrepreneurs, and future CEOs all on their journey of contributing to humanity's common good. I am so proud to be graduating with these remarkable individuals. Earlier today, I've mentioned my Muslim experience on campus. How in the time of self-doubt and uncertainty, there was a support of students like those in this room that made all the difference. I would like to share a specific example of an event during that time that changed my life. I remember vividly sitting with members of my Muslim community on the grass, right next to the Diag as we started our evening prayer. Yet, on this chilly November evening, it was no ordinary prayer. This time, instead of praying in the privacy and solitude of our home or under reflection rooms on campus, we prayed outside, under the stars and the waving American flag on the Michigan Diag. During our prayer, all was silent, yet, when I opened my eyes after completing it, I found hundreds of students surrounding us, all of different faiths, ethnicities, and political affiliations standing in solitude. Arm's-length and heads bowed in respect. They had created a protective wall around us, symbolically telling the Muslims on campus that we will always belong at Michigan. The fear and uncertainty that had weighed heavy on my heart was immediately gone. From that day forward, I made it my priority to make sure that every student at Michigan felt that same support. As the president of the Arab Student Association, I've worked on orientation programs to provide incoming students on campus the resources in community necessary for success. As a co-founder of the Michigan Lean Consortium Consulting, I ensured that students interested in continuous improvement have a platform to work on real-world problems. And as an alternative spring break site leader, I organized a group of 12 students to drive down to rural Texas and help children with disabilities. As I reflect about the reason why I did work so hard on these projects, I come to an inescapable truth it is that it's the small actions we do, even if we're not aware of them that have the impact of shaping our lives. When my peers stood in solidarity for the Muslim community on that chilly November evening, their actions meant more than just 30 minutes of their time. Their sincere altruism in the form of the simple act of standing outside in silence quickly snowballed into my passion for community activism. The growth of my Muslim community and the reason I'm on the stage in front of you all today. These small actions that we commit daily, hold the way to change lives all around us. It's the audible, "Go Blue!" you hear from a stranger when walking in a foreign city that suddenly makes you feel comfortable. It's the couple of minutes that professor talks to you after a class that shapes your career. It's even that one semicolon you find on the 100th line of code that finally makes your program work. As engineers graduating from one of the best institutions ever, most of you want to change the world, and you already have a master plan on how to do it. As you go about doing this, however, don't forget that oftentimes it's the unexpected small things that result in the most impactful change. As engineers, it's our responsibility to recognize this and live every day in an effort to challenging the present and enriching the future through our character, our thoughtfulness and our passion. Brothers and sisters, when you walk out of these doors today, you're no longer living the Michigan difference, you are the Michigan difference. Thank you. [ Applause ] >> Thank you Bassel. It's quite possible you are familiar with our keynote speaker from her wonderful TV commercials, engaging radio interviews or other public speaking engagements. As the president and CEO of CMS Energy Corporation and Consumers Energy Company, the fourth largest combination utility in the United States, she's been a strong -- she has been a strong leadership voice for renewable energy or reduced carbon emissions, and autonomous vehicles. In 2018, she was named a Crain's Detroit Business Newsmaker of the Year. Since becoming CEO, she has led the utility to be named by Forbes as the best company to work for in Michigan and the best Michigan company for diversity. Prior to her current role, she held a variety of leadership positions in distribution operations, customer operations, and experience, rates, and regulation. A native of Jackson, Michigan, she returned home to join the utility in 2011. Previously she worked in management for DTE Energy for five years and held a 15 year plant management career at General Motors. She earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in industrial engineering from Purdue University and a Master's degree in management from Stanford University. Let's give a high energy welcome to our keynote speaker and a proud parent of one of today's graduates, Patty Poppe. [ Applause ] >> Well, thank you, vice provost Galloway, vice president Hu, and dean Gallimore. Thank you so much for having me with you, and especially the graduates for allowing me to join you for this magnificent celebration of your tenacity, your hard work, and your efforts. You know, I recognize that I'm here because I'm the CEO of an iconic Michigan company, Consumers Energy, but I'm here for another reason. I am the mother of one of your graduates. I knew I would -- I have to take a deep breath. Bear with me. My daughter Margaret Poppe sits among you. But Margaret called me about a month ago and said, "Okay, mom, I'm cool with you talking at graduation but don't embarrass me, don't wave at me, don't make me stand up." But look, I'm her mom so it's my job. So, Margaret is the one in the black hat. [ Laughter ] Promise kept. So, I thought for today I would give you a little bit of mom advice with a CEO twist. So, I start with using our manners. I am going to remind you to say please and thank you. And here's what I mean by that. I'm off to a good start. Thank you. [ Applause ] I remember being a young engineer, just graduating from college. I was working at Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant with another engineer. He maybe had 10 years of experience more than me. We had fun together working. But one day we're walking out of the plant and he said, "You know what, Patty, you know what I like about you, you ask a lot of good questions. And there's a lot of engineers who graduate and come out and think they're supposed to have all the answers. And I appreciate you asking questions because a lot of people screw stuff up and then we have to go redo their work because they didn't ask." And so, I appreciate that he didn't want to do rework for me, that was probably true. But what I think he was really saying was that he felt respected because I asked him to please teach me what you know. Please, tell me what you've learned so that I can be better. And than thank him when he did, put it to practice, put it to work. And so for all of you graduates, there's no doubt you're brilliant, there's no doubt that there are a lot of things that you have learned here in your days at the University of Michigan but your learning turning is just beginning. And to go and say please, teach me what you know. Ask a lot of questions, don't be afraid to admit when you do not know. Believe it or not, people will respect you more when you ask them to please teach you what they know than if you think you are there to impart your wisdom on them. Over time, they will come to you and ask you for help too. But it starts by you asking, please teach me what you know and then thank them when they do. Now, it's not just other engineers who will teach you things, though other engineers will teach you lots of things, your bosses might teach you a few things. But I'm going to tell you that every person with whom you work will have something to teach you. I remember a day I was a power plant director and I was out on the safety walk and I came upon two pipefitters working at a bench. They had a valve in front of them. And I asked them, "What are you up to?" They said, "Well, we're waiting on our supervisor Bob to come tell us what to do with this valve." I said, "Bob?" They said, "Yeah." I said, "The new guy that we just hired out of college?" They're like, "Yeah, Bob, my supervisor." I said, "Well, how long have you been here?" And one of the guys says, "30 years." I said, "30 years you're a pipefitter." I said, "I wonder if you could teach Bob what to do with that valve?" And he said, and I swear this is a true story, he said, "Lady -- [ Laughter ] I am a sheep." And he started walking around his bench like this. He said, "I am a sheep. I do what my boss says at home, I do what my wife says at home, it is too late for me." And it was funny, I was laughing. I'm like oh my goodness. Well, then I looked at his coworker and at this point he's tugging at my sleeve, and I say, "Are you a sheep?" And he said, "No, I am not a sheep. I had 10 years experience before joining this team and I've been a pipefitter here for 10 years. And I think I've gotten dumber since I've been here." [ Laughter ] Now, it's funny for a minute, but then we think about it. And imagine the people that you will meet who have 10, 20, 30 years more experience and just because they don't have a fancy credential, it doesn't mean they don't have something extraordinary to teach you. And I promise you if you choose to say please, teach me what you know, and then thank them when you do. For every person that you work with, every person that you know, whether it's a pipefitter, a line worker, an administrative assistant, I promise you, they will make you better. So, please and thank you. [ Applause ] Now, that's the easy one. The next piece of mom advice with the CEO twist is eat your peas. [ Laughter ] Now, I don't like peas. In fact, my family knows I hate them. I do not like peas. But sometimes you have to do the hard stuff because it will make you better and make you stronger. I remember I was about six, maybe seven years into my career, and I was working at a plant, I was the senior engineer, and I got a job offer from non-other than Mary Barra who is now the CEO of GM, she wasn't at the time. But at the time she was a director and she offered me a promotion inside General Motors to be a manager. Now, that job included a company car, day shift, a raise, you know, all that by external standards seemed like a good move. Until my plant manager pulled me aside one day and he said, "Patty, you should not take that job." I said, "Why not?" He said, "You haven't been a first-line supervisor yet." Now, I was a senior engineer, the idea of taking a demotion to be a first-line supervisor and turning down a promotion with the company car, seemed to not make sense at all. And I said, "Herb, I don't get that." And he said, "Patty, do you want to be a plant manager someday?" Well, yeah, I wanted to be a plant manager some day. He was like the king of -- the roost there at the plant and he was an awesome plant manager. And I saw the difference a great leader could make in the lives of the team. When Herb came to our plant, we weren't doing very well. Well, Herb got the right leaders in place, he got us organized, we were starting to make our numbers, we were winning, it was fun, it was fun to be at work, and more fun then at home too because when you're having fun at work, you can have fun at home. And I thought, "Well, yeah, I want to be a plant manager like you Herb." And he said, "Well, here's the problem. You take this promotion that seems directionally correct but you're going to go off to central office and maybe if you're lucky, some kind of crazy Mary Barra becomes the CEO or something -- " we didn't know that was going to happen. But he said, "You come around and maybe you'll be a plant manager some day. And you're going to be standing in front of a room full of people that you lead and the biggest group of those people will be first-line supervisors and they will know that you didn't do it. So, you might be a plant manager, you just won't be a good one." And so my message for all of you and my lesson in that when I turned down the company car and took that first-line supervisor job, two things happened for me. One, I gain the respect of my peers and the people that I led because they knew that I had done the tough stuff. I took the hard route, not the easy route. But I actually learned the business, boots on the ground, doing the real work, the work that customers care about, the work that makes it difference to the product that that company sold. And so my advice for all of you no matter what your industry is, no matter what your pursuit, shoot for the stars, you deserve to shoot for the stars, just don't take the easy way. Don't take the fast route because it's efficient, learn the business, learn the subject, be the best there ever was at your desired goal. Not just achieve the goal, be the best there ever was. That is your potential but not if you take the easy route. So, you take the tough route, do it right, learn like you've already proved you made a good decision, by the way, so far, off to a good start. You've shown that you can do the tough stuff. Now, take it to the next level. Now, my third piece of mom advice with a CEO twist is to stand up straight. It's about posture. Now, we all know that it's good for us, it's good for our health and wellbeing, and it frankly makes you look better. So, trust me on this. Stand up straighter. But more importantly, all of us who are gathered here today with all of you, I think you deserve it, you deserve to stand up straight because you've done something extraordinary. You are graduating from one of the greatest engineering institutions in the world, leaders and best. [ Applause ] And we are proud of you. And Margaret Ann Poppe, I am proud of you. Your dad and I knew that you were going to be an engineer when you were three years old, when you could name all the components under a hood of whatever car and you taught your aunt how to open the hood of her car just so you could demonstrate that. We had a pretty good sign. What we didn't know was what a great engineer you were going to become a sort of natural. But more importantly, what an extraordinary human being. We are so proud of you Margie, we love you very much. [ Applause ] Now, everybody, remember, say please and thank you, eat your peas, stand up straight. Get out there and Go Blue! [ Applause ] >> We sure are standing straight. [ Laughter ] Thank you, Patty, for your wonderful perspective. This event celebrates a major achievement by today's graduates but, graduates, you have received help along the way from parents, grandparents, spouses, siblings, other family and friends. I now ask all of those special people to stand as they are able and be recognized. Come on, parents, friends... [ Applause ] Come on. Alright. [ Applause ] Okay. Thank you very much. Now, would all students please rise and be recognized. [ Applause & Cheering ] On behalf of the board of regents of the University of Michigan, congratulations to the class of 2019. [ Applause ] Please be seated. Now this time I will call the name of each of the college's department or division chairs or representatives. Full titles of the chairs appear on the back of your program. Leaders briefly will greet their department's students onstage. I now would ask these individuals to stand and remain standing as I call your names. Audience, please hold your applause until the entire group has been recognized. Tony Waas, Aerospace Engineering, Lonnie Shea, Biomedical Engineering, Sharon Glotzer, Chemical Engineering, Jerry Lynch, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tuija Pulkkinen, Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, Brian Noble, Computer Science and Engineering, Mingyan Liu, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Brian Denton, Industrial and Operations Engineering, Dianne Brei, Integrative Systems and Design, Amit Misra, Material Science and Engineering, Donald Seagull and Ken Oldham, Mechanical Engineering in place of the department chair Ellen Arruda who sends her regrets. Jing Sun, Naval Architecture and Marine engineering, Todd Allen, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, Jessy Grizzle, Robotics Institute, Jim Sayer, Transportation Research Institute. Thank you. [ Applause ] Now, I would ask the first team of name announcers and all alumni class representatives to take your positions. Student ushers will direct graduates to the stage in two lines. Beginning from the front of the arena, each student marshal will lead by holding their department or a program flag. Graduates, you will be greeted on the stage by department representatives and by me, vice provost Holloway or vice-president Hu. After you are greeted onstage, you'll receive a memento from one of our alumni class representatives to mark the occasion. It is tradition as you cross the stage to move your mortarboard tassel from the right side to the left to reflect your transition. Then please return to your seat in the audience and remain seated until the conclusion of our well-engineered program. [ Laughter ] In the spirit of Michigan engineering unity, we want all departments and students to be recognized by full audience. Translation, please stay until the program ends. Although some of you may tend to shy away from the spotlight, today is your day to shine. It's okay if your family, friends, and supporters would like to cheer very briefly as you are called. After our last graduate is recognized, and following the seeing of the victors at the end of this ceremony, be sure to look up and smile big for the official class of 2019 photo. Would the candidates for the degrees offered by the departments of Aerospace Engineering and Chemical Engineering please rise and approach the stage to begin the recognition of graduates? [ Applause ] >> Chemical Engineering, Elane Parkenzisky. [ Cheering ] >> Aerospace Engineering, Anindita McCorgy. >> Michelle Carnie. >> Steven Lucious. >> Samantha Greely. >> Madison Gawant. >> Theresa Finelly. >> Dylan Law. >> Angela Cee. >> Sebastian Tostado. >> Amon Mactary. >> Russel Rose. >> Kyle Lucia. >> Zachary Chambers. >> Ariana Wade. >> Griffin Roy. >> Marshal Deed. >> Zealon Zhan. >> Mathew Walbert. >> Nathan Minsk. >> Dr. Wei Chong Wen, Investigation of Structure-Function Relationship of Supported Metal Catalyst for the Aldehyde Water Reaction. [ Applause ] >> Xi-Hao Lang. >> Xiang Guo Yi. >> Zachary Jetson. >> Elizabeth Mary Matheus. >> Andrew Che. >> Jack Pelletier. >> Nicholas Swan. >> McKenzie Nubie. >> Joseph Yates. >> Joseph Middleton. >> Keom Demate. >> Austin Basely. >> Nimah Mosery. >> Marshal Cherry. >> Brian Ha. [ Cheering ] >> Kevin Greenman. >> Manuel Lanchares. >> Jessica Jana. >> Andres Pena Arranda. >> Jackeline Nisbeth. >> Juan Paredes. >> Gabriel Valley. >> Alex Lesage. >> Adam Grier. >> Puninadar Sing. >> Christina Mayer. >> Ankar Wigmary. >> Divyashu Shah. >> Denis Park. >> Tyler Tanski. >> Caleb Goldstein. >> Anfer Mather. >> Graham McCarthy. >> Sophia Prior. >> Michael Alexander May. >> Natalie Baxter. >> Smerthy Kirathy Warman. >> Fritz Hyde V. >> Su Smith Joshi. >> Emma Kramer. >> Mihir Patel. >> Patricia De Sousa. >> Tiago Soliba. >> Adam Gabery. >> Jaidy Zhang. >> Arthy Nadin. >> Zi Lin. >> Alisins Shentin. >> Julia Garner. >> Juliana Herrera. >> Joshua Geer. >> Neyhabita Napoli. >> Michael Johnson. >> Amy Dao. >> Rolland Atu. >> Christine Hosing. >> Sam Auwell. >> Casey Brantner. >> Shivam Sharma. >> Sashi Katehi. >> Gareth Zook. >> Akuncha Akashrya. >> John Wiggins. >> John K. Patel. >> John Cohen IV. >> Bridgina Perry. >> Patrick Knowles. >> Joel Holland. >> James Lemon. >> Melissa Barrows. >> Patrick Cane. >> Mathew Matusse. >> Austin Hoffman. >> Riley Waylon. >> Mathew Zorba. >> Garroth Hauser. >> Stephen Marion. >> Austin Abdin Nabi. >> Catherin Victoria Henry. >> Joshua Louisna. >> Mathew David Gilbert. >> Logan Sague Ji. >> Rebecca Elizabeth Hill. >> Brendon Rightsma. >> Peter Doll. >> Michael Vexler. >> Veronica Byer. >> Tyler Sonin. >> Brendon Lenhards. >> Justin Huber. >> Joshua Wilhelm. >> Sebastian Ojeda. >> Mocsh Careera. >> Nicholas Webber. >> Johnathan Mayer. >> Duncan Taylor Dion. >> Alex Phelio. >> Benjamin Atalini. >> Ian Sack Joy. >> Jason Gee. >> Alex Meco. >> Robert Stinson. >> Ross Piscoren. >> Andrew Far. >> Miles McGritter. >> Megan Fisher. >> Cokie Nishida. >> Andrew Brown. >> Randal Tichnor. >> Siri Goldstein. >> Kuldeep Prajapati. >> Caroline Wolfson. >> Trevor Carreras. >> Kathleen Burgart. >> Dereck Lucas. >> Evan Davis. >> Sophia Yu. >> Ryan Delany. >> Homitz Krotekar. >> Nathan Paul. >> Alexander Saymon. >> Salowen Hudrus. >> Nick Roberts II. >> Shiashara Jeng. >> Walter Kelso. >> Heya Oyeng. >> Nicholas Van Dyke. >> Nadia Atkas. >> Saraj Desai. >> Josseline Marchok. >> Forester Fuo. >> Cyfel Roslan. >> Travis Miller. >> Natalia Madiga Martinez. >> Nick Simon. >> Christian Wyre. >> Desmond Minds. >> Genevieve Packer. >> Henry Bea. >> Rami Ferui. >> Anthony Dostein. >> Andrew Mann. >> Emily Caesuras. >> Lucas Handson. >> Erica Clifford. >> Rishab Nayak. >> Kate McGarian. >> Jacob Lustbear. >> Emily Gilbert. >> Polav Johnny. >> Amanda Jackson. >> Ruthie Abardimi. >> Susana Hogue. >> Ethan Hoffman. >> Angelie Bovani. >> D'Nad Raman. >> Rishi Chishnani. >> Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, Benjamin Donets. >> Collin Sageman. >> Angelica Ocora. >> Louis Castillo. >> Samuel Lopez. >> Michael Yos. >> Carly Wells. >> Ian O'Rorke. >> Gabriel Lafave. >> John Kon Leo. >> Ruthel O'Gornick. >> Dario Mcatzie Potter. >> Ian Hick. >> Daniel Ferrero. >> Vishnu Sarhavinam. >> Samuel Zach. >> Sortirias Dedus. >> Benjamin Gerten. >> Osama el Kadi. >> Noah Allen. >> Emily Judd. >> Roy Ziv. >> Benjamin Grieves. >> Jordan Howie. >> Scott McCormack. >> Echen Joe. >> Kyle Webster. >> Katherine Wallace. >> Integrative Systems and Design. Evan Yoder. >> Ryan Burke. >> Amanda Bing. >> Mathew Cosby. >> Mathey Rodamaker. >> Jesus Christian. >> Phillip Mitchel. >> Karthik Shrivatson. >> Durana Kaneth Katha. >> Biomedical Engineering, Karl Haan. >> Christopher Brady. >> Clarence Walmact IV. >> Mathew Brownridge. >> Chase Barrowel. >> Dina Vessel. >> Mack Morris. >> Christine Cabrera. >> Katarina Letterman. >> Gregory Todd. >> Collin Halliwell. >> Keith Cardillo. >> Brandon Zhang. >> Walt Guzman. >> Emma Kellenberg Kallowarth. >> Rodrigo Martinez. >> Gareth Williams. >> Princess Len M. 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Alison Putnar. >> Audry Henry. >> Evan Cee. >> Austin Klopfer. >> Luper Carpenter. >> Manursh Gamamudi. >> Chandler Humphry. >> Fabian Jose Fucso Ramirez. >> Dr. Jill Venderat, dissertation title Morphological Design of Nanoscale Polymer Systems. 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Chandran. >> Shon Diwange. >> Gloria Chan. >> Kirsten Johnson. >> Jessica Rosenbloom. >> Siu Soy. >> Teith Zagore. >> Benjamin Wireman. >> Elizabeth Bryson. >> Luke Ross. >> Jackeline Schmeidler. >> Brook Stewart. >> David Mock. >> Hannah Foster. >> Emily Lin Milan. >> Steven Wilson. >> Tapin Dagawola. >> Ali Zaravi. >> James Charles. >> Michael Wright. >> Mathew Josewitch. >> Collin Scavoni. >> Jennifer Hu. >> Winnie Lao. >> Aditaya Pashmande. >> Wendy Du. >> Sian Evanoff. >> Gunvar Sing. >> Evan Adam. >> Isabel Wang. >> Justin Jin. >> Choe Chen. >> Siddarth Ramesh. >> Fei Chi Hu. >> Elizabeth Young. >> Wen Chang Lu. >> Walter Stevenson III. [ Cheering ] >> Beniun Jo. >> Eric Bell II. >> Sedre Go. >> Dennis Jerome Smoch. >> Nick Webber. >> Andre Brooks. >> James Beakey. >> Abbey Wilson. >> Mia Gerard. >> Stephanie Shultz. >> Nicholas Napoleon. >> Tim Situ. >> Alex Harding. >> Mike Jong. >> Sarah Jabore. >> Jahud Nicholson. >> Jay Tayede. >> Anis Habib. >> Joseph Clementine. >> Nicholas Wayland. >> Nicholas Eckhart. >> Michael Cemenzi. >> Nash Easterday. >> Thomas Sneider. >> David Sway. >> Paul Alexopulos. >> Adrian Sol. >> Samantha Fox. >> Jue Bao. >> Mathew Lapshore. >> Christina Nujim. >> Cabia Rastogi. >> Emily Dearie. >> Kevin Wormey. >> Mathew Miziakh. >> Andrew Fox. >> Jennifer Jaspers. >> Joshua Miller. >> Zane Chan. >> Jamie Ostrowski, Gabriel Korturu. >> Karen Kwatra. >> San Bo Chento. >> Shawn Stockwell. >> Gabriel May. >> Ashvin Ojah. >> Joseph Set Amand. >> Karthic Bundacar. >> Dennis Gulani. >> Alvin Tong. >> Meghan McKeller. >> Suruz Elredy. >> Miles Harbour. >> Chiu Chang Wu. >> Bradley Day. >> Fung Bao Yuen. >> Kathleen Trump. >> Alexandra Spense. >> Kathleen De Sousa. >> Yi Tan Jeng. >> Julia Slathrine. >> Yi Tei Bao. >> Jessica Mosha. >> Yuem Jang. >> Ellen Romback. >> Samantha Boshamp. >> Alisson Slung. >> Yi Chin Yang. >> Jordan Carlson. >> Shan Yi Chang. >> Grant Kulek. >> Ou Chi Jang. >> Zachary Burke. >> Ayleen Cocher Lakota. >> Elijah Parum. >> Johnny Nolan. >> Samuel Parham. >> Christopher Bao. >> Seth Varna. >> Tyler Photorstein. >> Ethan Scovi. >> Aziz Foul. >> Paul Gerrish. >> I got it. Purva Shankar. >> Austin Fridant, Frimi Bizmas, Sarah Pipa. >> Mathew Randal. >> Maya Makloff. >> Shriman Dezekhan. >> Margaret Poppe. >> Blight Brisbane. >> Sarah Firman. >> Michael Kovalchek. >> Menuen Jong. >> David Silverman. >> Adita Naya. >> Caroline Law. >> Mathew Magnus. >> Trevor Swartz. >> Shubanka Peshin. >> Mathew Colm. >> Ivan Karasko. >> Corey Bicknolt. >> Alex Askanazasi Golge. >> Andreas Kovis. >> Chad Wilson. >> Danny Rauman. >> Ron Tzaski. >> Yu Yong Chen. >> Brendon Welca. >> Ya Hu Chen. >> Aman Shaw. >> N'n Weng. >> Robert Rodnick. >> Zhi Ming Run. >> Galton Chandrasekaran. >> Sin Lu Li. >> William Mock. >> Chu Cheng Chong. >> Rana Dabaya. >> Xi Yu Wu. >> Talant Cerasoli. >> Camille Bruen. >> Russel Cassaro II. >> Shweta Rajaram. >> Justin Stock. >> Ja Yu Chen. >> Steven Debkanovski. >> Lubka Dyurken. >> Lia Fields. >> Victor Young. >> Emily Luanski. >> Marco Shweibert. >> Dr. Ahmet Mazarkuokly. >> Christina Liu. >> PhD dissertation title Infrared Baroscopic Characterization of Ignition in Combustion Variability in Heavy Duty Natural Gas Engines. [ Applause ] >> Davana White. >> Kristen Zenko. >> Renda Arinatan. >> Justin Homar. >> Lukay Weng. >> Jo Chun. >> Christina Cole. >> Rachael Ati. >> Thomas Paul Wilbert. >> Mathew Praglow. >> Albert Lynn. >> Josiah Humphrey. >> Leikus Azor. >> Hannah Herbaly Rose. >> Jashish Vadya. >> Erica Tadia. >> Aditi Ramashuami. >> Kyle Rapinhagen. >> Elca Muntz. >> Jeremiah Johnson. >> Brendon Gareth. >> Marcus Mango. >> Anna Schmidt. >> Cilia Clark. >> Julianne Galbrin. >> Ben Swanson Ralf. >> Rishid Fevangum. >> Dylan Shirley. >> Albee Thomas. >> Dr. Robert Chisneya, PhD dissertation title, Analytical Experimental Computer Tomography Inspection and Finite Element Modelling of the Material Extrusion Way Infill in Additive Manufacturing. [ Applause ] >> Rahil Hakim. >> Rayan Posh. >> Soloni Mundera. >> Andrew Brow. >> Marmick Cheytanya. >> Eric Chong. >> Ayush Sha. >> Kevin Chong. >> Adam Conic. >> Trevor Faith. >> Daniel Chandras. >> Jordan Hilbrant. >> Johnathan Jian. >> Bilal Akahala. >> Anurag Baragli. >> Dr. Zurhan Pun, PhD dissertation title, Design and Control Optimization of Hybrid Electric Vehicles from Two-Wheel Drive to All-Wheel Drive Vehicles. >> William Henning. >> Dr. Ky Wu, PhD dissertation title, Real-Time Energy Management and Transient Power Control for Fuel Cell Electrified Vehicles. >> Romeo Acevedo. >> Mitchel Williams. >> Paul Bonhan. >> Austin Brolan. >> Min Tran. >> Zachary Golden. >> Cody Colleto. >> Joze Joakin. >> Juan Pablo Ruiz Gomez. >> Noah Dierdoff. >> Farrukh Kordovich. >> Justin Halid. >> Erick Hao. >> Michael Potter. >> Aman Karunaj Karen. >> Nicholas Mastusarin. >> Tarun Goginicki. >> Indong Hu. >> George Jiang. >> Erica Mikelstat. >> Rahu Roy. >> Luke Holland. >> John Creek. >> Dominique Johnson. >> Alex Chap. >> Estelle Pytoblesa. >> Sawit Tresewasatayawan. >> Alisson Paulick. >> Alexa Nevin. >> Keith Brodick. >> Sam Ilka. >> Lane Kathrine Chang. >> Eric Solars. >> Maria Ali Ashdah. >> Nicholas Graygle. >> Dylan Keys. >> Satch Vadya. >> Mohamad el Nor. >> Peter Wei. >> Cameron Karushi. >> Christopher Huan. >> Evett Lunaguerna. >> Sharito Dashpode. >> Andrew Davis IV. >> Nicholas Smart. >> James Kenon. >> Kyle McLaflen. >> John Custo. >> Steven McPherson. >> Antonio Soreli. >> Jeremy Edgar. >> Chica Shubatza. >> Evan Brisita. >> Rick Banagy. >> Camille Gilbert. >> Aaron Minerick. >> Jesh Kathuria. >> Mullick Franklin. >> Ellen Pocket. >> Herbert Shu. >> Quentin Mitzmaker. >> Mathew Jinkowski. >> David Talbit. >> Katherine Sise. >> Adam Stalberg. >> Jacqueline Vertern. >> John Pennington. >> Kala Melhorn. >> Thomas Peldo. >> Charles Veles. >> Jason Setting. >> Rayan Benedeck. >> Curt Idol. >> Robert Stewart Jr. >> Thomas Oliver. >> Andrew Zanetti. >> Kyle Vojack. >> Brian Mead. >> Zachary Peterson. >> Shabmin Jerry Jon. >> Linnaeus Zulow. >> Johnathan Cathlepalman. >> Husein Abdulahi. >> Connor Livey. >> Mathew Parela. >> Maxwell Nikolay. >> Rayan Kruger. >> Regan Orav. >> Brad Wang. >> Kyle Vyetsan. >> Noah Ostralski. >> Parka Jamel. >> Patrick McGrath. >> Benjamin Freid. >> Anika Steven. >> Levy Goddin. >> Aditi Deshpande. >> Layel Antio III. >> Langan Locetas. >> Lindsey de Thosh. >> Anthony Quam. >> Michael Aranshan. >> Anton Yang. >> Zaid el Kalbi. >> Mukand Marikantan. >> Claudia Marr. >> Adrain Burding. >> Phillip Chaco. >> Thomas Juan. >> Joseph Sagano. >> Brian Sterns. >> Clayton Daily. >> Jaqua Huan. >> Andrew Tennis. >> Keiwei Tu. >> Mathew Morgot. >> Amy Pundit. >> Shanka Kawshow. >> Preston Due. >> Varinda Sing. >> Thomas Lieu. >> Priscila McCudan. >> Robert Paco. >> Ansel Adrian. >> Allen Chu. >> Chahaeb Nowhai. >> Josh Kramers. >> Esquille Yuliana Hasmudin. >> Andrew Nikolaychek. >> Yan Lem Chum. >> Antoine le Soth. >> Johnathan Pong. >> Samir Salivavi. >> Hau Yung Tong. >> Neil Kenney. >> Taylor Morson. >> Christopher Van Sant. >> Dr. Sidesh Chindey, PhD dissertation title, Numerical Study of Flow over Wall Mounted Cube Using Large Eddy Simulations. >> Maninder Singh. >> Kitul Patel. >> Nathan Lee. >> Sonneth Yoshi. >> Nathan Lee Baker. >> Akshay Conral. >> Thomas Player Huan. >> Mayitili Patel. >> Theodora Lao. >> Brian Chen. >> Katie Lao. >> William Lou. >> Tommy Chandera. >> Andrew Mark. >> Jessica Herst. >> Kydrun Hurt. >> Zigson Sahib. >> Kyle Sondergaard. >> Alexander Hart. >> Michael Ralph. >> Emily Macquarie. >> Palma Colbert. >> Alissa Oda. >> Alexander Kennedy. >> Daniel Zhang. >> Jacob Cassiano. >> Shane Zu Zia. >> Ryan Dayton. >> William Fu. >> Fabi Andrioti. >> Jed Vincent Makatula. >> Vasilios Triantopoulos. Sorry, Dr. Vasilios Triantopoulos, PhD dissertation title, Investigation of Spark Assisted Compression Ignition Combustion Under Dilute Conditions. >> Mishell Shong. >> Rodrigo Lopez Navarro Hochschild. >> Andrew Lloyd. >> Anika Nodine. >> Hayday Hammud. >> Kyle Sheldon. >> Alexander Stotziadas. >> William Wandini. >> Antonio Atkinson. >> Evan Rynda. >> Ayana Rashida Aragayay. >> Andrew Roubith. >> Alicia Sikorski. >> Alvin Lee. >> Geethy Nayer. >> Dr. Yu Xiao Chung, PhD dissertation, Correct by Construction Control Synthesis the Systems with Disturbance and Uncertainty. >> Victoria Wydel. >> Griffin Aria. >> Max Cantorovich. >> Benjamin Yu. >> Eric Windsor. >> Adonis Johnson. >> Mitchel Bigland. >> Zoen Lu. >> Johnathan Yi. >> Bavish Gandhi. >> David Chao. >> Zu Hao Jung. >> Eshwan Chen. >> Min Hao Shu. >> Irfan Drop. >> Bu Yi Jong. >> Melissa George. >> Su Chan Lee. >> Caroline Bush. >> Shu Yu Jao. >> Justin Miller. >> Tao Jin. >> Francisco Rivera Rayas. >> Weio Chong. >> Coddie Morteran. >> Me Ito. >> Mathew Perez. >> Danu Yuen. >> Barret Olsen. >> Garry Jong. >> Saish Sadasivan. >> Kevin Jong. >> Mathew Kong. >> Oscar Tann. >> Nevin Mtoh. >> Kayley Keller. >> Caleb Richter. >> Jose Baptista Acantar. >> Alexis Absonic. >> Andrew Abraham. >> Mariano Montori. >> Elizabeth Gardner. >> Ethan Goldberg. >> Khina Sing. >> Alejandro Fisher. >> Nicol Gomez. >> Zachary Spark. >> Son Lang Guan. >> Christopher Zhang. >> Wung Hao Su. >> Feng Zho Shu. >> Mang Chio Tong. >> Zhi Hen Ching. >> Zu Yo Wu. >> Zhen Da Wu. >> Wun Fei Yang. >> Zemon Pong. >> Yinin Wong. >> Adam Chian. >> Yudza Lou. >> Kathleen Sam. >> Chen Yu Chao. >> Rohib Pentoparthy. >> Duli Xiu. >> Zane Dunnings. >> Chun Dao. >> Veronica Day. >> Yi Won. >> Will Cutler. >> Xin Yi Jong. >> Jang Gangstetter. >> Zhao Jang Shung. >> Jenna Schwartz. >> Xia Xing Wang. >> Glory Jane. >> Olivia Fasteski. >> Juliette Lautem. >> Gu Yi Chan. >> RJ Ducat. >> Shan Jo Nao. >> Hannah Hahn. >> San Yun Li. >> Jerry Ming. >> Kalile Crawford. >> Dereck Yi. >> Sushrut Atalali. >> Costas Papadopoulos. >> Jason Whitfield. >> Yi Gook. >> Hoseim Hashem. >> Yimen Zhu. >> Timothy Chang. >> Cachao Cheng. >> Anthony Lio. >> Yi Jan Cheng. >> Yon Con Kim. >> Jerry Cheng. >> Graham Anderson. >> Ha Yen Huan. >> Evan Soziski. >> Yi Fan Guan. >> Lu Yao Chan. >> Zhi Cheng Chi. >> Yi Gia Lio. >> Yao Yeng Lin. >> Jiang Liu. >> Nai Chan Chang. >> Xiu Ye Yao. >> Ethan Madison. >> Jialin Hu. >> Yi Han Zu. >> Shuquay Quang. >> Lin Ji Jing. >> Orafi Janakirarum. >> Tongen Zoi. >> Sahayev Zadat. >> Chi Jeng Jin. >> Jack Steinberg. >> Yi Chen Yeng. >> Grenav Adif. >> Michael Jong. >> James Evan Batsel. >> Barbara Zheng. >> Victor Onkoi Veja. >> Arthur Sheep. >> Matoshka Wallets. >> Andrew Tian. >> Nyla Won. >> Eric Yang. >> Charles Rifkin. >> Armando Bavalcaba. >> Yun Ghao Tzai. >> Sarid Mathuda. >> Yu Chan Wang. >> Andrew McRav. >> Ing Lou. >> Lu Wei Li, Tobias Mactav Johnson, Jing Yuen Giu, Mingda Lio. [ Applause ] [ Music ] [ Applause ] [ Cheering ] >> Let's hear it one more time for the class of 2019. [ Cheering ] And please join me in thanking our name announcers. [ Applause ] Alright. Now, before of the singing of the university's alma mater, The Yellow and Blue, let's take your class photo. >> Okay, everyone, smile big for the camera. One, two, three, Go Blue! [ Applause ] >> Thanks, everyone. Following the singing of the alma mater, please remain in the seats until the platform party has left the stage. Then please make use of all of the available exits when leaving Crisler Center. The southwest, the northwest, the northeast exits are all available to guests. Anyone using a wheelchair or with other special mobility needs is asked to proceed to the northeast or southwest exit. Please follow the direction of event team members stationed around the arena to find the nearest exit. Now, as you're able, please stand or keep standing for the singing of the alma mater. You will find the words in the back of your program. [ Music ] [ Cheering ] [ Music ]

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References

 This article incorporates public domain material from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress website http://bioguide.congress.gov.

  1. ^ United States Congress. "Benjamin L. Rosenbloom (id: R000441)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
  2. ^ "United States Census, 1910", FamilySearch, retrieved March 13, 2018
  3. ^ Lawrence Kestenbaum. "The Political Graveyard". Retrieved 2008-08-16.
U.S. House of Representatives
Preceded by
Matthew M. Neely
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from West Virginia's 1st congressional district

1921–1925
Succeeded by
Carl G. Bachmann
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