Whittemore School of Business and Economics
Whittemore School Hosts Graduate Hooding Ceremony May 19By Michelle Gregoire
UNH News Bureau
ATTENTION BUSINESS EDITORS
Media are invited to cover this event. For more information, contact the Office of Graduate Programs: 862-1367.
DURHAM, N.H. -- The University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics hosts its annual Graduate Programs Hooding Ceremony Friday, May 19, at 2:30 p.m. at the Memorial Union Building's Strafford Room.
The speaker will be Georgia Thomas, New Hampshire state treasurer since 1984. Thomas has been named one of the 10 most powerful women in New Hampshire by the magazine New Hampshire Editions five times since 1994. She is a member of the boards of Women Executives in State Government and the American Heart Association, N.H. Affiliate, and serves on the President's Council of Cornell Women. She holds a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and a master's degree in business administration from Columbia University.
The Class of 2000 graduates and their hometowns (or native countries):
Master of Business Administration -- Humberto Andrade, Brazil; Donald Anderson, Lee; Anthony Anni, Portsmouth; Peter Ballantine, Perth, N.Y.; Aaron Brown, Portsmouth; Mark Peter Brumer, Ludlow, Mass.; James Harrell Canon, Greenbrae, Calif.; Heather Lee Chadbourne, Rutland, Mass.; Douglas Cobb, Dover; Nancy Eames, Hampton; Christopher Foster, Hampton Falls; Michael Guilbault, Rye; Mark Halsor, Hampton; Kathleen Hebert-Chick, Somersworth; Madalina Loghin, Romania; Danielle Miller, Eliot, Maine; Thomas Nicholson, Exeter; Robert Pimpis, Dover; John Powers, Manchester; David Proulx, Portsmouth; Amy Russell, Dover; Alexander Ryer, Newbury, Mass.; Linda Sanborn, Durham; Robert Schott, Canterbury; Matthew Sharkady, Portsmouth; Richard Spear, Dover; Peter Stich, Laconia; Yongchun Tian, China; Steven Uhlenhake, Candia; Brian Wadman, Kinnelon, N.J.; Andrew Walsh, Woodinville, Wash.; Thomas Willett, Dover; and Yi Zhang, China.
Master of Science in Accounting -- Daniel Chojnowski, Westfield, Mass.; Linda Marie Engstrand, Hopkinton; and Jay Pearson, Nashua.
Master of Arts in Economics -- Jianming He, China; Lalo Suarez, Mexico; and John Richard Tommasi, Salem.
Doctorate in Economics -- Michael Daley, Portland; Wendy Harper,
Wellesley, Mass.; and Augusto Marcos Sena, Brazil.
May 8, 2000