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School of Education Candidates for Graduation
School of Education
School of Education
The banner of the School of Education features the fleur de lys, the flower of the lily or iris, symbolic of royalty
throughout the ages, but, in the case of the School, representative of that most royal of callings, teaching. The three torches
represent the three levels of education – the child, the adolescent, and the adult. Their silver colors represent the sincerity that
all teachers must have and the peace that knowledge brings.
Certificate of Proficiency – Level 1
Cristina Rivera
Claudia Mireya Rosas
Associate in Applied Science
Ana Laura Aleman
Beverly Jacqueline Ashford
Yasmin Atkinson
Lourdes Canales
Maria L. Galindo
Margarita Cuevas Chavez
Monica Patricia Iracheta
Martha Vanessa Esnaurrizar Cristina Rivera
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G r a duation –
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Master of Education
Candidates for Graduation
Yasmin Atkinson
C a ndidates
Claudia Mireya Rosas
David Pedro Aguirre
Jennifer Kennedy Alvear
Alex E. Anzaldua
Jose Arizmendi Jr.
Diana Atkinson
Gina Lea Barrera
Ingrid Frieda Bowden
Blanca Estela Calvillo
Susana Carlos
Lorraine Z. Carrisalez
Norma Patricia Carrizales
Melissa Castaneda
Jerome A. Ciesiolka II
Miguel Angel Cordova
Leticia Diaz
Melanie Kaye Elkins
Felix Ramon Garcia
Ida Yvette Garcia
Lorena Gonzalez
Kathryn Lynn Gryta
Veronica A. Guerrero
Claudia Gutierrez
Hayde Gutierrez
Pedro Gutierrez
Maria de L Hernandez
Alejandro Herrera
John James Hill Jr.
Lisa Lopez
Perla Margarita Martinez
Flor Estela Mendiola
Rolando Naranjo
Juan Manuel Nino
Blanca Estella Ordaz
Sandra Maricel Padron
Randy Merrill Park
Lilly Elizabeth Perez
Jewel Margaret Peterson
Timothy Shon Presley
Carol Ann Rado
Gricelda P. Ramos
Natividad Rangel-Hinojosa
Melissa Rivas
Roberto Manuel Rocha Sr.
Tammy Renee Rodriguez
Maria de la Luz Rosas
Gilberto Santos
Elsa Sonia Sosa
Angela Francesca Spinaio
Mindy Lynn Torres
Farley Adolph Treviño
Angie Bennett Turnbough
Marta C. Valdez
Araceli Vasquez
Cynthia White
James Francis Whittenberg
Michelle Elaine Zacher
Luz Griselda Zamora
Associate in Applied Technology
Nicole Rogers Benton
Maria Delfina Capetillo
Sandra Patricia Cisneros
Margarita Vanessa Flores
Traditions – Academia Regalia
Sonia Miriam Gonzalez
Leticia Olivarez
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Ruth Alanis 7
Minerva Alfaro 7
Cindy Alvarado 7
Melissa Marie Alvarado 7
Lynnette Marisa Alvarez 2, 7
Abigail Amado 2, 7
Diana Arcaute 7
San Juana Arredondo 7
Griselda Arriaga 7
Lucila Avalos 2, 7
Jennifer Rose Barnard 1, 7
Celina Lazo Barrera 7
Ana Gabriela Bermudez 7
Mary Michelle Braumuller 7
Valarie Monique Brown 7
Celeste Anaid Cardenas 7
Blanca Estella Castillo 7
Leticia Chapa 7
Kristina Ashlee Chavez 7
Vanessa Chavez 7
Cristobal Cisneros Jr. 6, 7
Maria Elizabeth Deimes 7
Maria Amparo Delgado 7
Rebecca Escobedo 2, 7
Alicia Dawn Espinosa 7
Enis D. Espinosa 7
Denise L. Gallegos 7
April Marie Galvan 2, 7
Lidia Lizeth Garcia 7
Mandy Lyn Garcia 7
Michelle Garcia 7
Francisca G. Garza 7
Rosalinda Garza 7
Minerva M. Gonzales 7
Yvonne C. Gonzalez 2, 7
Marcela Gracia 1, 7
Irma M. Guzman 7
Adriana Hernandez 7
Randy Hernandez 7
Valerie Marie Le Blanc 7
Erica Lyann Leal 7
Daisy Minneli Lugo 7
Hilda P. Maldonado 7
Blanca Idalia Martinez 7
Ursula Paola Leal Mendiola 7
Cindy Montemayor 7
Mary Isabel Moreno 1, 2, 7
Lisa Maria Morrison 1, 7
Judith Navarro 1, 2, 6, 7
Liliana Noyola 7
Concepcion Ochoa 7
Amanda Marie Ornelas 1, 7
Ida Marie Ortega 7
Ana Laura Parker 7
Maria Elisa Pineda 7
Angelica Aglae Quick 7
Veronica Quintanilla 1, 7
Sandra Ramirez 2, 7
Beatriz Ramos 7
Jessica O. Renteria 7
Susana Resendez 7
Gloria Ann Rocha 7
Irene H. Rodriguez 7
Mariela Romero 1, 2, 7
Celia Saiz-Guerrero 7
Rebecca Isabel Salinas 7
Nora Iveth Sanchez 1, 7
Paula Ednita Sanchez 7
Raul Sanchez 7
Yolanda Santa Ana 7
Idania Leticia Santos 7
Angelica Sumaya 7
Virginia Tamez 7
Dolores Torres 7
Enedina R. Tovar 4, 7
Denise K. Treviño 7
Zacnithe Treviño 7
Susy Valdez 7
Diana Alondra Vasquez 7
Clara Elizabeth Vergara 7
Jessica Yvette Villarreal 7
Amanda Marie Westbrook 7
Bachelor of Science
Javier Abrego
Eliasar Aguirre 7
Ruben Cardenas Jr. 7
Roberto Eduardo Cavazos 7
Oscar Ivan Cortez
Ruben Dones
Martin Encinia Jr.
Arnoldo Garcia
Liz Garcia
Veronica Lee Garcia 7
7
Emiliano Gonzalez
Erasmo Gonzalez
Eva Ramirez
Joel Reyes
Eliseo Cesar Rodriguez 7
Gavin Thomas Rudder
Angela Sanchez
Jose Luis Tabasco Jr.
Alexis Florinda Valle 7
Carmina Velasquez 7
One of the oldest academic traditions is the wearing of academic regalia. Academic institutions throughout the world
have created a wide variety of customs including distinctive dress, color and ceremony to indicate the accomplishments
of scholars. The wearing of regalia dates from the Middle Ages, when the gowns had the practical purpose
of keeping scholars warm in cold and drafty buildings. English traditions originating at Oxford and
Cambridge led to the development of American academic regalia.
By the 20th century, institutions of higher learning in the United States had adopted a
well-defined code of academic costume, which now includes the identification of different
academic degrees by distinctive gowns, hoods and colors.
For instance, the baccalaureate gown is worn closed and is identified by long, pointed sleeves.
Doctoral gowns may be worn open, and they are distinguished by velvet panels around the
neck and down the front of the gown. Three horizontal black velvet bars, or the color
representing the wearer’s degree, also mark the doctorate.
In America, the hood is the most colorful feature of the academic regalia. The bachelor’s
hood, when worn, is comparatively short; the master’s, a bit longer; and the doctorate’s,
at four feet, reaches far down the back.
The outside of the hood is black and bordered with a 2-, 3-, or 5-inch band of color
representing the degree received. At UTB/TSC, the hooding is a special occasion
because the master or doctoral hood, a symbol of the degree, is formally draped about
the neck of the graduate by the Dean.
Colors used in the academic regalia for master's degrees are:
White: Master of Arts; Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Drab: Master of Business Administration
Light Blue: Master of Education
Gold: Master of Science; Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
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