Dean's Honor Awards History

Dean's Awards History

The University of San Francisco School of Management proudly recognizes undergraduate and graduate students who have distinguished themselves in scholarship and service embodying USF’s mission and values. The following students have been honored.

Prior Awards in Spring 2017

Valedictorian

Vaibhav Anand
The School of Management honors one undergraduate student as its valedictorian, who exemplifies the highest standards of leadership and scholarship in the Jesuit tradition. A leader in the finest sense of the word, they demonstrate selfless service to the University while reflecting excellence in all academic pursuits.

COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS 

Nancy Mitzzi Magdaleno Sweek, McLaren Undergraduate School
Miriam Mendoza Moody, Masagung Graduate School
Keith Avery Honig, McLaren Undergraduate School

 

The Following Students Are Honored in May 2017

MCLAREN UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL


DEAN’S MEDAL OF EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP

Hannah Duffy Cole-Leathers
Nancy Mitzzi Magdaleno Esteva

A medal and gift from the McLaren School of Management to the graduating senior who has best exemplified in academic accomplishments, extracurricular work, and personal life the values of the University of San Francisco in its Mission and Goals.

A.A. BERTI UNDERGRADUATE AWARD

Wai Wa Tam
An inscribed desk set, the gift of A. Russell Berti, BA’26, JD ’28, LLM’29, in memory of his father Augustin B. Berti, to the graduating senior of the McLaren School of Management who has earned the highest record of scholarship.

DEAN’S SERVICE AWARD

Nkeiruka Cecilia Medani
An award plaque and a gift given to a graduating candidate in the McLaren School of Management, who has demonstrated superior academic performance and outstanding service to the School of Management and to University student life.

Lorenzo Petroni Endowed Prize for Hospitality

Sydney Larson
This prize was created through a private donor to honor the life of Lorenzo Petroni, iconic San Francisco restaurateur. The Lorenzo Petroni Endowed Prize for Hospitality is awarded to an outstanding senior majoring in Hospitality Management in the School of Management.

 

MASAGUNG GRADUATE SCHOOL


DEAN'S STUDENT LIFE AWARD

Meno Gia Crompton
An award is given to a graduating candidate of the Masagung Graduate School of Management who has shown commitment and outstanding service to the students and programs in the School of Management through extracurricular work, student involvement and commitment to fellow students and USF’s mission and values.

DEAN’S MEDAL OF EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP

Xueying Chen
An award is given to a graduating candidate of the Masagung Graduate School of Management, who exemplifies leadership through professional and academic development, aligning with USF’s mission and values. All nominees must rank in the top five percent of their respective program to be eligible.

DEAN’S OUTSTANDING PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

Wanjun Shang
An award is given to a graduating candidate of the Masagung Graduate School of Management based on his or her demonstration of superior academic performance, outstanding service to the community, and promotion of social justice and USF’s mission and values.

Executive MBA EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP 

Christina Marie Oldini
This award is presented to the graduating member of the Executive Master of Business Administration Program who has demonstrated superior academic performance and best exemplifies the values of the University of San Francisco in its Mission and Goals.

 

HONOREES, UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE SCHOOLS


  

BETA ALPHA PSI HONOR SOCIETY

Beta Alpha Psi is an international honorary and service organization for accounting, finance, and information systems students at AACSB- accredited universities. To be eligible for Beta Alpha Psi membership, a student must have a declared concentration in accounting, finance, or information systems with an attained cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0.

HONOREES

Vanni Layne Aurelio, Beatriz Dunlao Benedicto, Tuul Chunseree, Hannah Duffy Cole-Leathers, April Delgadillo, Kimberly Dena, Natalia Maria deVera, Ravina Jain, Sydney Giang, Nancy Young Kwon, Xianan Li, Lauren Santos Loanzon, Nkeiruka Cecilia Medani, Cody Micah Miyasato, Jamey Sumie Aulike Muraoka, Aaron Jordan Padrones, Athena Theresa Vallido Palijo, Maria Kristina Tuazon Perez, Stefanie Tan, Joyce Wai Chi Tsui, Edward David Viera, Sophia Kristine Volk, Meiyin Wang, Clarence Shayne Wilson, Jia Yi Wong

 

 

BETA GAMMA SIGMA HONOR SOCIETY

Beta Gamma Sigma is the national scholastic honor society in the field of Business Administration recognized by the International Association for Management Education (AACSB). To be eligible for Beta Gamma Sigma membership, an undergraduate student must rank in the top 10% of their junior or senior class, and masters students whose academic rank is in the top 20% of their class may be inducted.

HONOREES

McLaren Undergraduate School
Alyse Andre, Jonathan Cervantes, Weibin Chen, Ryan Chiao, Kamron Crow, Matthew Dawydiak, Jorge de Sousa, Natalia Maria deVera, Anam Ehtsham, Mansi Gupta, James Michael Jonas, Dat Thanh Nguyen, Scott Joseph Owens, Jr., Nikita Patel, Oeystein Vaagen, Dennis Yi Harada, Julie Barrette, Karina Tyumenkova

Masagung Graduate School

Steven Richard Alesch, Jennifer M Bellenger, Jaquelin Celis Becerra, Lorenzo Enrique De Castro Bran, Natalie Haemi Brody, Xueying Chen, Meno Gia Crompton, Ian Fontana Brown, Heidi Edel Fromm, Steven Edward Grace, Jared Richard Hoffman, Farzia Sayidine Kaufman, Meghan Elizabeth Kloeber, Lauren Claire Lightbody, Jun Liu, Jonathan Lo, Maziel Martinez, Hien Thi Minh Nguyen, Lujan Pagani Cassara, Victoria Reichenberg, Wanjun Shang, Alisha Lena Sibert, Ricky Yuen Wong

 

 

DELTA SIGMA PI SCHOLARSHIP KEY

Wai Wa Tam
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity committed to preparing members for successful professional careers and instilling them with values of service and principled leadership. Each Spring, the fraternity awards a Scholarship Key to the graduating student with the highest cumulative academic average in business administration or economics, regardless of affiliation with Delta Sigma Pi.

 

 

Financial Management Association (FMA)

The Financial Management Association (FMA) National Honor Society recognizes scholastic achievement through induction of students who have demonstrated superior scholarship. Individuals accepted for membership have the distinction of belonging to the only international honorary which specifically recognizes the achievement of finance majors.

Honorees

Vaibhav Anand, Joshua Anchondo, Beatriz Dunlao Benedicto, Thomas William Bradley, Bryan Chang, Aaron Michael Estomo, John Christian Frank, Charles Villapando Ibalio, Ravina Jain, Woravin Kumthonkittikul, Guangcheng Li, Christian Micah Miller, Jacob Xu Monger, Trung Tran Duc Nguyen, Jordan Scott Sarnoff, Weerachan Serirak, Shanta Van Khanh Tran, Gordon Wan, Jennifer Deyna Woo, Yiting Zeng

 

 

NU lambda Mu Honor Society

Nu Lambda Mu is an international honor society established by the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council to recognize students dedicated to the study of nonprofit management, philanthropy, and social entrepreneurship/enterprise. Its mission is to advance the study of nonprofit organizations and their function in society and to promote the scholarly achievement among those who engage in these academic pursuits.

Honorees

Clorens G. Andre, Stephen Mark Bandy, Michelle Jannine Collier, Rachel Seishin Fleisher, Lorena Gomez-Barris, Emily Alyson Grossman, Tracy Lynne Harris, Tricia Cassady Harris, Erica Suavengco Kalingking, Miriam Mendoza Moody, Zahara Nakibuule-McCoy, Erin Rene’ Nelson, Rosa Revuelta, Tiffany Lynn Mazzone Rosso, Bidya Subedi, Meera Elizabeth Swanson, Erica Frances Williams

 

 

PI ALPHA ALPHA HONOR SOCIETY

Pi Alpha Alpha is the Global Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration and is run by NASPAA. Its focus is to encourage and recognize outstanding scholarship and accomplishment in public affairs and administration. Pi Alpha Alpha membership identifies those with the highest performance levels in educational programs preparing them for public service careers. Students must achieve and maintain a 3.7 GPA to be eligible.

HONOREES

Joshua Edward Alcocer, Clorens G. Andre, Michael D. Andrijich, Stephanie Asiddao, Stephen Mark Bandy, Brandon James Brockhouse, Jacqueline Renee Carambat, Anastasia Rose Carney, Yun Jin Carson, Elisa B. Chavez, Emily Shaun Chu, Adelina Del Real, John Huy Dinh, Laurel Druke, Henry L. Enriquez Jr, Eileen C. Fincutter, Emily Alyson Grossman, Jessica Maria Gutierrez, Tracy Lynne Harris, Tricia Cassady Harris, Dorica A. Herrera, Hollie Melisa Ivory-Jones, Erica Suavengco Kalingking, Harneet Kaur, Soka Keo, Jonathan Kurup, Philip Matthew Larson, Jenny Tran Le-Christensen, Amy Li, Sharon Mack, Veronica Madrigal-Zamora, Miriam Mendoza Moody, Cody Ray Milner, Meghan Elizabeth Wells Mortensen, Phoua Moua, Erin Rene' Nelson, Kendra T. Oishi, Vanessa Osuna, Roshni Patolia, Sophia Judith Powers, Christine C Preziosi, Bryan Patrick Provax, Victoria Ramirez, Rosa Revuelta, Yanira Abigail Romero, Andrew Bautista Rubang, Stephanie Marie Schuman, Meera Elizabeth Swanson, Holly Maxine Taylor, Carolina Trenado, Christina Charmane True, Felicia Monique Torrez, Erica Frances Williams, Tierney Raecherie Woodard

 

 

Pi gamma Mu

Pi Gamma Mu is the oldest and preeminent honor society in the social sciences and was founded on December 1, 1924. Our mission is to encourage and recognize superior scholarship in social science disciplines and to foster cooperation and social service among our members. To be eligible for Pi Gamma Mu membership at USF, a graduate student must achieve a 3.9 cumulative GPA and major in an area of social sciences offered by the university and approved by the USF California Tau Chapter faculty.

Honorees

Michael D. Andrijich, Michael Ashley Bearden, Jennifer M Bellenger, Jacqueline Renee Carambat, Anastasia Rose Carney, Emily Shaun Chu, Michelle Jannine Collier, Kristin Davi, Laurel Druke, Henry L. Enriquez Jr, Lorena Gomez-Barris, Emily Alyson Grossman, Tracy Lynne Harris, Jared Richard Hoffman, Erica Suavengco Kalingking, Jenny Tran Le-Christensen, Amy Li, Kristina Jennie Luong, Hillarie Erin Maddox, Miriam Mendoza Moody, Cody Ray Milner, Meghan Elizabeth Wells Mortensen, Erin Rene’ Nelson, Sophia Judith Powers, Bryan Patrick Provax, Victoria Ramirez, Sira Rathburn-Noah, Candace Gemeca Roberts, Yanira Romero, Stephanie Marie Schuman, Katja Schwaller, Alisha Lena Sibert, Meera Elizabeth Swanson, Carolina Trenado, Christina Charmane True, Erica Frances Williams, Katherine Jane Wilson, Tierney Raecherie Woodard

 USF School of Management 11 students with their Deans awards

 

Dean's Honor Awards History

Valedictorian

Fall 2016
Grant Frank La Count

 

Undergraduate Students


THE DEAN’S MEDAL OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

An award given to a graduating senior who has best exemplified the University of San Francisco’s goals and values in their academic and extracurricular accomplishments.

Fall 2016
Amy Kuo & Xiaoyue Yin

Spring 2016
Christina Catherine Hack & Ryan Stewart Bezenek

Fall 2015
Allyson Christine Beck & Joaquin Emilio Razo

Spring 2015
Christa Leigh Green

Fall 2014
Dharam Singh Khalsa & Linda Marie Nellis

Spring 2014
Irving Alejandro Cerda Cendejas

Fall 2013
Sonja Marnae Hass & Shahe Ju

Spring 2013
Anh Viet Phuong Pham

Spring 2012
Michael Robert Kuykendall

DEAN’S OUTSTANDING PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

An award given to a graduating candidate of the School of Management who has demonstrated superior academic performance and outstanding service to the school.

Fall 2016
Sarah Jane Harding

Fall 2015
Jennifer Ryan Paige

Spring 2015
Shae Kilinahe Sumako Otsuka

Fall 2014
Amanda Carole Bush & Brian Scott Guidry

Spring 2014
Kathleen Jew Leo

Fall 2013
David Merritt Smith

Spring 2013
Carson Stephen Keyes

Fall 2013
Tam Dan Nguyen

STUDENT LIFE AWARD

An award given to a maximum of three graduating candidates from the School of Management who have had an impact on student life and the values of University Life throughout their careers at USF.

Spring 2014
John Thomas Chibnall Jr., Shea Alexandra Hazarian, Breanna Elyse Lamping

Spring 2013
Taylor Christel Holmes, Mercedes Marjorie R. Natividad, Evan Michael Quiñones Vauhan

Spring 2012
Sahar Naz Bala, Kimberly Peterson, Catherine Lee Verriere

STUDENT LIFE AWARD – JAMES F. KENNY MEMORIAL AWARD

An award in honor of Jim Kenney, a student at USF in the 1950s born with a severe physical disability, whose grace, courage, and strength remain an example to others.

Spring 2014
Alanna Chrystal De Salvo & Ruth A. Welland

A.A. BERTI UNDERGRADUATE AWARD

An inscribed desk set, the gift of A. Russell Berti, BA’26, JD’28, LLM’29, in memory of his father, Augustin B. Berti, to a graduating senior from the School of Management who has earned the highest record of scholarship.

Fall 2016
Sherry Sandrato

Spring 2016
Kathryn Lynn Florez &Andini Puteri Tirtawisata

Fall 2015
Daniel Burke Twomey

Spring 2015
Camila Nichols

Fall 2014
Dharam Singh Khalsa

Spring 2014
Felicia Michelle Douek

Fall 2013
Van Thi Thu Nguyen

Spring 2013
James David Byrd Jr.

Spring 2012
Eugeniu Soltan

 

Graduate Students


THE DEAN’S MEDAL OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

An award given to a graduating candidate of the Masagung Graduate School of Management who exemplifies leadership through professional and academic development, aligning with USF’s mission and values. All nominees must rank in the top 5% of their program to be eligible.

Fall 2016
Lady Lou V. Idos

Spring 2016
Andrew William Schonlau

Fall 2015
Linyan Li, MSFA Candidate

Spring 2015
Jonathan Patrick Hellam, MBA Candidate

Fall 2014
Yi Dong, MSFA Candidate

Spring 2014
Juliana Cochnar, MSOD Candidate

Fall 2013
Stephen Cramer, MSOD Candidate

Spring 2013
Alexander Labinov, MBA Candidate

Fall 2012
Ann M. Grabowski, MPA Candidate

Spring 2012
Jason Pfeifer, MBA Candidate
Lissette Melo, GMP Candidate

 

 

DEAN’S OUTSTANDING PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD

An award given to a graduating candidate of the School of Management who has demonstrated superior academic performance and outstanding service to the school.

Fall 2016
Melvin E. Cowan

Spring 2016
Carl Fung

Fall 2015
Luis Manuel Aroche, MPA Candidate

Spring 2015
Mei Ying Kelly Ann Yeo-Oxenham, MNA Candidate

Spring 2014
Reggie Daniels, MSOD Candidate

Fall 2013
Paul Terry, MNA Candidate

Spring 2013
Randi Kay Stephens, MPA Candidate

Fall 2013
Anna Muaswes, MSOD Candidate

Spring 2012
Sara Huey, MBA Candidate
Anastasia Vazheva, GMP Candidate

 

 

DEAN’S STUDENT LIFE AWARD

An award given to a graduating candidate of the School of Management who has shown commitment and outstanding service to the school through extracurricular work, student involvement, and commitment to USF’s mission and values.

Fall 2016
Colin Mccune & Elizabeth Robles Ramos

Spring 2016
Ygor Scarcia

Fall 2015
Jordan Sylvain Spiers, MBA Candidate

Spring 2015
Erin McCarrick, MBA Candidate

 

 

OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

A gift of the School of Management to a member of the graduating class who has earned the highest overall record of scholarship throughout his or her entire graduate program.

Spring 2014
Minhui  Hu, MSFA Candidate, Yixuan Wang, MSFA Candidate, Matthew McCabe, MBA Candidate, Anthony Arger, MBA Candidate, Emily Lacroix, MNA Candidate, Syri Mongiello, MNA Candidate, Laney Morgado, MPA Candidate, Cara Binder, MPA Candidate, Shane Diller, MPA Candidate, Kelly Husted, MPA Candidate, Aylin Mentesh, MPA Candidate, Christine Smith, MPA Candidate, Elizabeth Calvin, MSOD Candidate, Joyce Harris, MSOD Candidate, Stacy Shearer, MSOD Candidate, Malgorzata Rees, MSOD Candidate, Mark Prygoda, EMBA Candidate

Fall 2013
Priya Baldua, MSFA Candidate, Michelle Lagos, MBA Candidate, Karen Anselmo, MNA Candidate, Alexander Evans, MNA Candidate, Stephen Cramer, MSOD Candidate, Christine Diesch, MSOD Candidate, Tuli Gertrudis Ochoa, MPA Candidate, Martin Martino, MSIS Candidate

Spring 2013
Rikki L. De Wit, MPA Candidate, Christina A. Johanson, MBA Candidate, Andrew A. Johnson, EMBA Candidate, Gennadi Mikhailik, MSFA Candidate, Richard Pizano, MSIS Candidate, Guadalupe A. Poblano, MSOD Candidate

Fall 2012
Laurent A. Masotti, MSFA Candidate, Jared Noland, MBA Candidate, Patrick S. Taylor, MNA Candidate, Marcella A. Zacanti, MPA Candidate, Justin P. Day, MSOD Candidate, Katherine G. Cronin, MSIS Candidate

 

Honorees


BETA ALPHA PSI HONOR SOCIETY

Beta Alpha Psi is an international honorary and service organization for accounting, finance, and information systems students at AACSB-accredited universities. To be eligible for Beta Alpha Psi membership, a student must have a declared concentration in finance, or information systems with an attained cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0.

GRADUATING STUDENTS

Fall 2016
Linda Ann Duong, Saveena Kaur Mann, Hobie R. Smith, Kai Alexander Thompson, Hsueh Wei Tsai

Spring 2016
Maya Shamir, Jonathan Puentes, Feihan Xin, Matthias Bakker, Jasmine B. David, Alexandra P. Gerodias, Wenhui Hu, Taylor N. Lee, Jacqueline M. Locatelli, Reva R. Mahapatra, Sylvia Trinh, Phinjo Wangdi Sherpa, Veronica N. Trigueros, Angela S. Xie, Olivia R. Bertolacci, Patrick S. Cairns, Patricia Angela B. Heredia, Michelle Morii, Nancy S. Peng, Alexis K. Singh, Ying Zhong, Kenneth E. Lapuz, Winnie Lau, Nashiya Moosa, Anisa H. Siddiqui, Shulun Zheng, Hongyang Christine Li

Prior Years
Via Del Avinante De Jesus, Kathryn Keppler, Daniel A. Leon, Breanna Doan-Thy Nguyen, Yi Fei Giana Wang

 

BETA GAMMA SIGMA HONOR SOCIETY

Beta Gamma Sigma is the national scholastic honor society in the field of Business Administration recognized by the International Association for Management Education (AACSB). To be eligible for Beta Gamma Sigma membership, an undergraduate student must rank in the top 10% of the junior or senior class.

GRADUATING STUDENTS

Fall 2016
McLaren Undergraduate School
Zhihao Chen, John Di Tomaso, Alison Marie Lillie, Aaron Martins, Arya Masagung, Phuong-Thao Alex Nguyen, Nikki Pasamic, Chiyu Qian, Courtney Schreiner, Anthony Edward Shew, Brittany Bobo Tam, Xiaohan Wang, Zijun Wu, Ying Yin

Massagung Graduate School

Leonardo Maria Airoldi, David Biondi-Sexton, Tyler Durant, Daniel-Salvatore Giannelli, Trinh Ba Nguyen, Yolanda Xiao Yan Pan, Aysun Rashidifar, Sharon Smith, Li Tan, Yumou Wu, Daria Yurova

Spring 2016
Enrico Soetjiadi, Trevor Richmond Sipos, Stefanie Tan, Mae De Vuono, Jose Ramon Esquer-Romero, Alexander John Lawrence, Aundria Mirabrishami, Julia Hana Murray, Nhat Hong Nguyen, Abrielle Susann Peltier, Kanika S. Priyadarshi, Lyna T. Tran, Tiana Yee, Han Yu, Maxwell Alcorn, Evgeny Birger, Bryan Chang, Christina Catherine Hack, Binh Tran-Tu, Xiaoyue Yin, Gabriela Alessio Robles Orozco, Herman Coenraad Badenhorst, Alexis Marie Barone, Lois Bukowski, Elizabeth Choi, Cyrus Mohammad Eslami, David J. FitzGerald, Irina Goncharouk, Anuj Gupta, Brea Ann Jones, Matthew Michael Lane, Patrick Daniel LeCour, Josline J. Ma, Sascha Noll, Vladimir Ofitserov, Tharakeswari Paladugu, Andrew William Schonlau, Josephine Siebeck, Cody Silva, Sharon Smith, Michelle Louise St. Claire, Jianchao Tang, Jacqlyn Marie Westhusing, Dana Kealii Creston Wolfe

Prior Years
Vaibhav Anand, Josh Anchondo, Brandon Carr, Fai Chan, Morgan Rachelle Clarke, Hannah Duffy Cole-Leathers, Erika Cruz, Asia Hayes, Aleksei Iu, Victoria Alexis Ketchum, Bradley Kusumo, Zachary Lau Wei Yong, Hongyang Li, Samantha J. Lim, Jennifer L Payne, Ady Santyoso, Amanda Penelope Serrano, Enrico Susanto, Kai Alexander Thompson, Andini Puteri Tirtawisata, Xue Yu, Thomas J. Bird, James Andrew Brownson, Brian Quan Chong, Jinghua Li, Linyan Li, Mengxuan Li, Isaac R. Esqueda Rivera, Jordan Sylvain Spiers

 

NU LAMBDA MU HONOR SOCIETY

Nu Lambda Mu is an international honor society established by the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council to recognize students dedicated to the study of nonprofit management, philanthropy, and social entrepreneurship/enterprise. Its mission is to advance the study of nonprofit organizations and their function in society and to promote the scholarly achievement among those who engage in these academic pursuits.

GRADUATING STUDENTS

Spring 2016
Virginia Turner, Rebecca Kirkpatrick, Katrina Mae R. Cabauatan

Prior Years
Molly Ehlinger Brennan, Carolyn Rose DeVoto, Michael William Harris, Risa Renee Harrison

 

PI ALPHA ALPHA HONOR SOCIETY

Pi Alpha Alpha is the Global Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration and is run by NASPAA. Its focus is to encourage and recognize outstanding scholarship and accomplishment in public affairs and administration. Pi Alpha Alpha membership identifies those with the highest performance levels in educational programs preparing them for public service careers. Students must achieve and maintain a 3.7 GPA to be eligible.

GRADUATING STUDENTS

Fall 2016
Rafael Chino Casiano Aguilar, Mayra Zavala Cano, Florence-Marie Salas Corteza, Nicole Suzanne Chambers, Michael John M. De Leon, Debbie Drake Dunne, Joel Stephen Freston, Benjamin Viray Gapuz, Jarrett Scott Griffith, Alyssa Hamlin, Jena Jacquelyn Hayashi, Romobia Hutchinson, Lady Lou V. Idos, Ebony A Johnson, Sebouh Stepan Kouyoumjian, Kathleen Marie Nielsen, Elizabeth Robles Ramos, Allison Robinson, Jason Allen Schlager, Jordona Jackson Smith, Kristy Alvarez Thornton

Spring 2016
Cheryl Ann Gates Lee, Katrina Mae R. Cabauatan, Virginia Anne Turner, Caylen E. McGehee, Christopher M. Angeloni, Jessica Cedillo, Marsha Aragon, Patrick Woo-Ching, Carl Fung, Aven Marie Magana, Rachel Colleen Cusik, Sarah Margaret Keller, Jack Alexander Cupples, Evan Sinclair Frazer, Alisa Sukha-akhom Hsiu, Tina Yuen Vasinamakin, Lauren E. Pinsker, Michelle P. Wylie

Prior Years
Joaquin Gregorio Castillo-Arana, Luis Manuel Aroche, Maricela Avila, Kaitlyn Lee Azevedo, Molly Ehlinger Brennan, Atalie Chan, Gina M. Dayton, Carolyn Rose DeVoto, Jennifer Geller DiStefano, Corey David Dodge, Esther Gibian Fishman, Daniel Gomez, Ariana Marie Gonzalez, Michael William Harris, Risa Renee Harrison, Shelly Ann Helgeson, Joshua E. Hodges, Kerry Hisaye Inokuchi, Danielle Jade Lam, Sandra Lieu, Victor V. Lopez II, Fernando Enciso-Marquez, Marcus L. McCarther, Daniella Theresa McCormack, Andrea M. Montes, Kevin A. Mosca, Patricia Guadalupe Ramirez, Dylan Rose Schneider, Angela Meredith Struckmann, Kimmie R. Sussex, Brian Lee Tanner, Dana B. Turner, Marie Isabelle J. Vives, Margaret Weiland, Larriana Elaine Williams, Ze Yang, Samantha Mercedes Youre

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