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Fall 2018 Graduation Program

Graduation Program for Fall 2018 Commencement & Convocations

Fall 2018

Commencement
& Convocation
Program

1

Contents

Commencement Activities 3

Commencement Services 5

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences 7

College of Business & Communication 9

College of Education & Human 11
Development (Home & Family)

College of Education & Human 13
Development (Sociology & Social Work/
Psychology)

College of Education & Human 15
Development (Teacher Education)

Interdisciplinary Studies 17

College of Language & Letters 19

College of Performing & Visual Arts 21

College of Physical Sciences & Engineering 23

Commencement Activities

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

3:00 P.M.
CONVOCATION CEREMONIES
Education & Human Development
Home & Family—Taylor Chapel
Teacher Education —Hinckley Chapel
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Auditorium, Hart Building

5:45 P.M.

ACADEMIC MARCH, FACULTY &
CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION

6:00 P.M.
COMMENCEMENT SERVICES
BYU-Idaho Center

8:00 P.M.
CONVOCATION CEREMONIES

Agriculture and Life Sciences
Hart Auditorium

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Business and Communication
BYU-Idaho Center
Education and Human Development
Sociology and Social Work/
Psychology—Hinckley Chapel
Interdisciplinary Studies
Taylor Chapel
Language and Letters
Grand Ballroom, Manwaring Center
Performing and Visual Arts
Kirkham Auditorium

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Commencement Services

Wednesday, December 19, 2018
6:00 P.M. — BYU-Idaho Center

PROCESSIONAL

Daniel Kerr, Department of Music

POSTING OF COLORS

BYU-Idaho ROTC

WELCOME

Henry J. Eyring, President, Brigham Young
University-Idaho

INVOCATION

Deva Patina, Elementary Education

SCRIPTURE READING

Hayley Price, History

MUSICAL NUMBER

“How Great Thou Art”
Arranged by Dan Forrest
Performed by Women’s Glee Choir
Conducted by Atina Coates
Organ Accompaniment by Tenneson Stanley
Piano Accompaniment by Ellie Moulton

REMARKS

President Henry J. Eyring

PRESENTING OF THE GRADUATES

Kelly T. Burgener, Academic Vice President

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CONFERRING OF DEGREES

President Henry J. Eyring

MUSICAL NUMBER

“See Amid the Winter Snow”
Arranged by Dan Forrest
Performed by Women’s Glee Choir
Conducted by Atina Coates
Accompanied by Ellie Moulton

REMARKS

Elder Kim B. Clark, General Authority Seventy and
Commissioner of the Church Educational System

ADDRESS

Elder D. Todd Christofferson, a member of the
Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

BENEDICTION

Joseph Canto, Web Design and Development

RECESSIONAL

Daniel Kerr, Department of Music
NOTE: AUDIENCE PLEASE REMAIN SEATED
DURING THE RECESSIONAL

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College of Agriculture &
Life Sciences

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
8:00 P.M. — Hart Auditorium

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Jeff Karren

WELCOME

John T. Zenger, Dean, College of Agriculture and
Life Sciences

INVOCATION

Mandy Lee Anderson, Nursing

STUDENT SPEAKER

Alex Cardone, Occupational Safety and Health

STUDENT SPEAKER

Amree Bean, Exercise Physiology

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE

Steve Davis

REMARKS

John T. Zenger, Dean, College of Agriculture and
Life Sciences

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AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Amy LaBaugh, Student Life Vice President
John T. Zenger, Dean, College of Agriculture and
Life Sciences
Kathy Jo Cook, Associate Dean, College of
Agriculture and Life Sciences
Greg Klingler, Associate Dean, College of
Agriculture and Life Sciences
Ross Spackman, Associate Dean, College of
Agriculture and Life Sciences

ASSISTED BY DEPARTMENT CHAIRS

Kerry Huber, Animal and Food Science
Nels Hansen, Applied Plant Science
Steve Christenson, Biology Jim Hopla, Health
Services
Steve Kimpel, Human Performance and Recreation
Erin Bennion, Nursing

READERS

Janell Greenwood, Department of Human
Performance and Recreation
Cody Diehl, Department of Biology

BENEDICTION

Wyatt Olsen, Food Sciences

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College of Business &
Communication

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
8:00 P.M. — BYU-Idaho Center

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Eliza Clarke, Accounting

WELCOME

Edwin A. Sexton, Dean, College of Business and
Communication

CONGREGATIONAL HYMN

“Go Forth With Faith,” Hymns, no. 263
Conducted by Nathan D. Stucki, Communication
Accompanied by Eliza Clarke, Accounting

INVOCATION

Zachary S. Johnson, Agribusiness

SCRIPTURE READING

Spencer Holland, Business Management

STUDENT SPEAKER

Mackenzie Ekstrand, Business Management

STUDENT SPEAKER

Kolten R. Williams, Accounting

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MUSICAL NUMBER

“God Be With You Till We Meet Again - He Is Risen”
Arranged by William Joseph
Piano Solo by Nathan D. Stucki, Communication

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE

Will Gierke

REMARKS

Edwin A. Sexton, Dean, College of Business and
Communication

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Van D. Christman, Associate Academic Vice
President, Curriculum
Edwin A. Sexton, Dean, College of Business and
Communication
Keith F. Patterson, Associate Dean, College of
Business and Communication

ASSISTED BY DEPARTMENT CHAIRS

Darryl H. Foutz, Accounting
Brian R. Howard, Communication
David R. Barrus, Economics
Michael G. Clark, Finance
Casey Ann Hurley, Management
R. Drew Eagar, Marketing

READERS

Jayson S. Kunzler, Department of Finance W. Kent
Lundin, Department of Management

BENEDICTION

Mianna Marie Galbraith, Business Management

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College of Education &
Human Development

Home & Family

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
3:00 P.M. — Taylor Chapel

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Katelyn Fitzen

WELCOME

Derrel J. Higgins, Chair, Department of Home and
Family

INVOCATION

Anna Evans, Marriage and Family Studies

SCRIPTURE READING

Jordan Harrell, Marriage and Family Studies

STUDENT SPEAKER

Lucy Ritter, Child Development

MUSICAL NUMBER

“Savior, Redeemer of My Soul”
Arranged by Rob Gardner
Performed by Deborah Naylor & Rebekah Peterson
Accompanied by Tim Rarick, Department of Home
and Family

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STUDENT SPEAKER

Holly Martin, Marriage and Family Studies

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE

Camie Munns

REMARKS

Elder D. Todd Christofferson, a member of the
Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Elder D. Todd Christofferson, a member of the
Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Henry J. Eyring, President
Rob Garrett, Executive Strategy and Planning Vice
President
Steven A. Dennis, Dean, College of Education and
Human Development
David R. Peck, Associate Dean, College of Education
and Human Development
Derrel J. Higgins, Chair, Department of Home and
Family

ASSISTED BY PROGRAM
REPRESENTATIVES

Tracie Simon, Family and Consumer Sciences
Betty McQuain, Child Labs Director
Kelly McCoy, Child Development
Cole Ratcliffe, Marriage and Family Studies

READERS

Lori Chavez, Department of Home and Family
Kevin Green, Department of Home and Family

BENEDICTION

Stephanie Coder, Child Development

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College of Education &
Human Development

Sociology & Social Work/Psychology

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
8:00 P.M. — Hinckley Chapel

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Erin Jossie, Organ Performance

WELCOME

Philip Allred, Chair, Department of Religious
Education

INVOCATION

Ana Carolina Sprague, Psychology

STUDENT SPEAKER

Hannah Horner Snell, Psychology

MUSICAL NUMBER

“My Kindness Shall Not Depart From Thee”
Arranged by Rob Gardner
Performed by Noelle Zenger, Plant and Wildlife
Ecology and Jessica Goldsmith, Psychology

STUDENT SPEAKER

JP Pollard, Social Work

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES

Brent and Donna Jean Kinghorn

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AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Scott Galer, Associate Academic Vice President,
Student Success
Michael K. Abel, Associate Dean, College of
Education and Human Development
Philip Allred, Chair, Department of Religious
Education
Richard B. Cluff, Chair, Department of Psychology
Nathan J. Meeker, Chair, Department of Sociology
and Social Work

READERS

Eric Gee, Department of Psychology
Steven Hay, Department of Sociology & Social Work

BENEDICTION

Kaylyn Vorkink, Sociology

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College of Education &
Human Development

Teacher Education

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
3:00 P.M. — Hinckley Chapel

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Brandon Wilhelmsen

WELCOME

Karla A. LaOrange, Chair, Department of Teacher
Education

INVOCATION

Anney Johnson, Special Education K-12

SCRIPTURE READING

Ashlynn Wittman, Early Childhood Special Education

STUDENT SPEAKER

Sadie Schwendiman, Elementary Education

MUSICAL NUMBER

“Lead, Kindly Light”
Written by John B. Dykes
Performed by Ashlyn Scroggs and Kiley Lee
Accompanied by Kylee Hale

STUDENT SPEAKER

Emily Morrin, Early Childhood Special Education

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ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES

Rob and Ann Ahrendsen

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Jeff Morrin, University Resources Vice President Jake
Romney, Associate Dean, College of Education and
Human Development
Karla A. LaOrange, Chair, Department of Teacher
Education

ASSISTED BY PROGRAM DIRECTORS

Christine Brown, Early Childhood Special Education
and K-12
Sandro G. Benitez, Secondary Education

READERS

Deanna J. Hovey, Department of Teacher Education
Mike Christopherson, Department of Teacher
Education

BENEDICTION

Madelyn Luker, Elementary Education

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Interdisciplinary Studies

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
8:00 P.M. — Taylor Chapel

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Riley Palmer

WELCOME

Danae Romrell, Dean, Interdisciplinary Studies

CONGREGATIONAL HYMN

“I’ll Go Where You Want Me to Go,” Hymns, no. 270
Conducted by Mary Ann Kirkpatrick, Interdisciplinary
Studies
Accompanied by Riley Palmer

INVOCATION

Adam James Rhodes, University Studies

SCRIPTURE READING

Todd Hadley, General Studies

STUDENT SPEAKER

Justin Zonts, University Studies

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES

Mike and Carolyn Rowley

REMARKS

Rob Eaton, Associate Academic Vice President,
Instruction

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AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Rob Eaton, Associate Academic Vice President,
Instruction
Danae Romrell, Dean, Interdisciplinary Studies
Kevin Brower, Associate Dean, Interdisciplinary
Studies

READERS

Caryn Esplin, Associate Dean, Interdisciplinary
Studies
William Riggins, Department of Religious Education

BENEDICTION

Monica Wells, Interdisciplinary Studies

18

College of Language &
Letters

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
8:00 P.M. — Grand Ballroom, Manwaring
Center

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Robert Colvin, Languages and International Studies

WELCOME

Eric Walz, Dean, College of Language and Letters

INVOCATION

Melanie Grundvig, Humanities

SCRIPTURE READING

Caitlin Ackley, History Education

STUDENT SPEAKER

Maggie Albano, International Studies

STUDENT SPEAKER

Charlotte Russell, English

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE

Steve Dalling

REMARKS

Elder Kim B. Clark, General Authority Seventy and
Commissioner of the Church Educational System

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AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Elder Kim B. Clark, General Authority Seventy and
Commissioner of the Church Educational System
Jon Linford, Online Vice President
Eric Walz, Dean, College of Language and Letters
Dan Pearce, Associate Dean, College of Language
and Letters
Andrea Radke-Moss, Associate Dean, College of
Language and Letters
Jason Williams, Associate Dean, College of
Language and Letters

READERS

Mark Bennion, Chair, Department of English Trever
McKay, Department of Languages and International
Studies

BENEDICTION

Lance Sayers, Political Science

20

College of Performing &
Visual Arts

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
8:00 P.M. — Kirkham Auditorium

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Jack Tyndale-Biscoe, Piano Performance

WELCOME

Richard Clifford, Dean, College of Performing and
Visual Arts

INVOCATION

Dallin Green, Music Education Composite

VISUAL ART PRESENTATION

Natalie Ramirez Moreno, Fine Arts

MUSIC PRESENTATION

Iberia, “Book I: III. Fête Dieu à Seville”
Composed by Isaac Albéniz
Performed by Jack Tyndale-Biscoe, Piano Performance

THEATRE AND DANCE PRESENTATION

Choreography by Lora Evans, Dance
Dancers: Carrie Crew, Jessie Louder, Sayla Maughan,
Kaidyn Lundquist, Emily Martorana
Performing to “Joy” by Sleeping at Last

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES

Craig and Chantal Cobia

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REMARKS

Richard Clifford, Dean, College of Performing and
Visual Arts

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Boyd Baggett, Accreditation Liaison Officer
Richard Clifford, Dean, College of Performing and
Visual Arts
Justin Bates, Associate Dean, College of Performing
and Visual Arts
Diane Soelberg, Associate Dean, College of
Performing and Visual Arts
Stephen Thomas, Associate Dean, College of
Performing and Visual Arts

ASSISTED BY DEPARTMENT CHAIRS

Brian Memmott, Art
Bryce Mecham, Music
Gary Larsen, Theatre and Dance

READERS

Rich Briggs, Department of Art
Matt Moore, Department of Music

BENEDICTION

Emily Atkins, Theatre Studies

22

College of Physical Sciences
& Engineering

Convocation: Wednesday, December
19, 2018
3:00 P.M. — Hart Auditorium

PRELUDE AND POSTLUDE

Sarah Maxfield

WELCOME

Susan Ward, Associate Dean, College of Physical
Sciences and Engineering

OPENING HYMN

“Let Us All Press On,” Hymns, no. 243
Conducted by Tenneson Stanley
Accompanied by Sarah Maxfield

INVOCATION

Scott Bentley, Mechanical Engineering

SCRIPTURE READING

Roopak Kumar, Computer Information Technology

STUDENT SPEAKER

Kristen Hawkins, Physics

STUDENT SPEAKER

Drew Larsen, Welding Engineering Technology

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE

Steve Davis

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REMARKS

Kelly Burgener, Academic Vice President

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS

Kelly Burgener, Academic Vice President
Greg Roach, Dean, College of Physical Sciences and
Engineering
Susan Ward, Associate Dean, College of Physical
Sciences and Engineering
Garth Miller, Associate Dean, College of Physical
Sciences and Engineering
Mark Lovell, Associate Dean, College of Physical
Sciences and Engineering

ASSISTED BY DEPARTMENT CHAIRS

Brian Lemon, Chemistry Kory Godfrey, Computer
Information Technology
Richard Grimmett, Computer Science and Electrical
Engineering
Mike Sessions, Design and Construction
Management
Kyle Kinghorn, Engineering Technology
Greg Roselle, Geology Jackie Nygaard,
Mathematics
Alan Dutson, Mechanical and Civil Engineering Todd
Lines, Physics

READERS

Forest Gahn, Department of Geology Matt
Heywood, Department of Chemistry

BENEDICTION

Blake Cromar, Biostatistics

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Significance of Academic
Costume

The significance of the academic
costume is determined especially by the
sleeves and hoods.
Doctors wear the round bell sleeve; the
gown is faced down the front and barred
on the sleeves with black velvet or color
indicating the degree; the doctor’s hood
is large. The doctor may, if he or she so
chooses, wear the gold tassel on the
cap.
Masters wear long, closed sleeves with
slits near the upper part of the arm; the
master’s hood is of more moderate size.
Bachelors wear the long or pointed
sleeve. The color of the tassel indicates
whether the degree is in the field of Arts
(white) or Science (golden yellow).
Hoods are lined with the colors of the
institution granting the degree, or with
which the wearer is connected, and
are trimmed with velvet of the color

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distinctive of the degree— for example,
Humanities and Social Science, white;
Philosophy, blue; Science, golden
yellow; Music, pink; Engineering, orange;
Education, light blue; Business and
Public Management, sapphire blue.

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