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  • Commencement Exercises OFFICIAL

    SUMMER SESSION 1966

    THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

    NoTRE DAME, INDIANA

    THE GRADUATE ScHOOL

    THE CoLLEGE oF ARTs AND LETTERS

    THE CoLLEGE oF SCIENCE

    THE CoLLEGE oF ENGINEERING

    THE CoLLEGE OF BusiNEss ADMINISTRATION

    The Grotto

    At 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

    August 5, 1966 ·

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  • Commencement Program

    Processional by the University Orchestra

    Presentation of Candidates for Degrees

    by the Reverend Paul E. Beichner, C.S.C. Dean of the Graduate School

    by the Reverend Charles E. Sheedy, C.S.C. Dean of the College of Arts and Letters

    by Frederick D. Rossini Dean of the College of Science

    by Norman R. Gay Dean of the College of Engineering

    by Thomas T. Murphy Dean of the College of Business Administration

    The Conferring of Degrees

    by the Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. President

    Commencement Address

    by the Reverend John E. Walsh, C.S.C. Vice-President of Academic Affairs University of Notre Dame

    Closing Remarks

    by the Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. President

    National Anthem-Orchestra and Audience

    Recessional by the University Orchestra

    Under the direction of Charles A. ·Biondo, Associate Professor of Music, University of-Notre Dame

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  • Degrees Conferred IN THE GRADUATE ~CHOOL

    The University of Notre Dame confers the following degrees in course:

    The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy on: Sister Agnes Stephen Adelsberger, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet;

    St. Louis, Missouri B.A., Fontbonne College, 1955; M.A., University of Notre Dame, 1961. Major subject: English. Dissertation: Nature as Unifying Principle Underlying Aesthetic and Moral Judgments in the Works of Alexander Pope.

    R. Richard Banks, Berrien Springs, Michigan B.A., La Sierra College, 1949; A.M., University of Michigan, 1959. Major subject: Education. Dissertation: Selected Social and Psychological Variables Related to Satisfaction with the Role of Minister Among Graduate Students in a Seventh-day Adventist Seminary.

    Richard Donohue Beatty, Louisville, Kentucky B.A., Bellarmine College, 1959. Major subject: Philosophy. Dissertation: The Logical Foundations of Peirce's Categories, 1867-85.

    Joseph James Bellina, Junior, South Bend, Indiana B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1961. Major subject: Physics. Dissertation: The Emission Properties and the Thermal Kinetics of Strontium on Molyb- denum by Field Emission Microscopy.

    Amado !lagan Carandang, Taal, Philippines · A.B., King's College (Pennsylvania), 1960; M.A., University of Notre Dame, 1961. Major subject: Philosophy. Dissertation: Jean-Paul Sartre and His Atheism.

    James A. Donovan, Notre Dame, Indiana B.S.Metal., University of Notre Dame, 1959; M.S.Metal., ibid., 1961. Major subject: Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science. Dissertation: The Effect of Magnetic Changes on Mechanical Properties.

    Sister Mary Emmanuel Droba, Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, Garfield Heights, Ohio B.S., Ursuline College (Ohio), 1945; M.A., John Carroll University, 1953. Major subject: Education. Dissertation: Congruence Between Self-religious Role Percepts among Members of a Roman Catholic Sisterhood: A Descrip- tive Study of Dimensions of Satisfaction with the Religious Life.

    Bernard Martin Gillespie, Pottsville, Pennsylvania B.S.Ch.Eg., University of Notre Dame, 1959. Major subject: Chemical Engi-· neering. Dissertation: Nature of Fluid Flow in Fixed Beds.

    Robert E. Kennedy, Junior, Anaheim, California B.S., Loyola University of Los Angeles, 1961. Major subject: Physics. Disser- tation: The Relation_ Between Density Fluctuations and Phase Transitions.

    Charles R. Martin, Warsaw, New York B.A., University of Buffalo, 1961. Major subject: Physics. Dissertation: The Photoelectric Yields of Mo, Ta, W, Re, and Nb in the Vacuum Ultraviolet.

    David Lannen McKee, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada • B.A., St. Francis Xavier University (Canada), 1958; M.A., University of

    New Brunswick, 1959. Major subject: Economics. Dissertation: An Eco- nomic Analysis ·of Credit Unions in Michigan.

    Sister M. Margarita Orlich, Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Wichita,:Kansas B.S., St. Mary of the Plains College, 1959; M.A., University of Notre Dame, 1962. Major subject: English. Dissertation: The Novels of Rebecca West: A Complex .Unity.

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  • Julian Randolph Pleasants, Granger, Indiana B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1939; M.A., ibid., 1950. Major subject: Microbiology. Dissertation: Development of Chemically Defined, Water- Soluble Diets Nutritionally Adequate for Germfree Rats and Mice.

    Arthur James Roach, Houston, Texas B.A., St. Michael's College (New Mexico), 1951; M.A., University of Notre Dame, 1960. Major subject: Education. Dissertation: Some Characteristics Differentiating Adolescent Religious Candidates Perceived as Superior From Those Perceived as Inferior: A Cross-sectional, Exploratory Investigation into Various Psychosocial Characteristics of Christian Brothers Candidates.

    Sister John Francis Ryan, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Albany, New York B.A., College of St. Rose, 1949; M.A., ibid., 1956. Major subject: Govern- ment and International Studies. Dissertation: The Political Teaching of Pope Pius XII.

    Rev •. Thomas J. Shanley, Order of Preachers, Providence, Rhode Island · B.A., Providence College, 1950; M.A., The Catholic University of· America, 1961. Major subject: Economics. Dissertation: The Introduction of Natural Gas into New England and the Public Interest: 1950-53.

    Rev. Joseph B. Simons, Congregation of Holy Cross, Notre Dame, Indiana · B.S.Ch.Eg., University of Notre Dame, 1957; M.S.Ch.Eg., ibid., 1963. Major subject: Education. Dissertation: Congruence Between Self and Religious Role Percepts: A Descriptive Study of Satisfaction with the Religious Life among Seminarians in Differential Stages of . Preparation for the Priesthood.

    Moiez Ahmedali Tapia, Surat, India B.E.; University of Poona, 1960. 1\!.S.E.E., University of Illinois, 1962. Major subject: Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: Analysis and Synthesis of Weighted Communication Networks.

    David Charles Thoman, South Bend, Indiana B.S.M.E., University of Notre Dame, 1956; M.S.M.E., ibid., 1963. Major subject: Mechanical Engineering. Dissertation: Numerical Solutions of Time Dependent Two Dimensional Flow of a Viscous, Incompressible Fluid Over Stationary and Rotating Cylinders.

    Francis A. Yeandel, Elmhurst, Long Island, New York B.S., University of Southern California, 1958; M.E., Temple University 1960. Major subject: Education. Dissertation: Social Authority and Sociai Per- ception: A Laboratory Study of the Modification of Perception in Two Closed Societies.

    The Degree of Master of Arts on: Sister Mary Eugene Abel, Religious Sisters of Mercy, Louisville,

    Kentucky B.S., Teachers' College.,.- Athenaeum of Ohio, 1954. .Major subject: . Com- munication Arts. ·

    Sister Mary Eileen Allison, Sisters of St. Joseph· Renfrew Ontario, ~~ . . ' ' B.A., University of Ottawa, 1950. Major subject: English.

    Rev. Jacques Almeras, Quebec, Canada B.A., Laval University, 1956. Major subject: Education.·

    Mrs .. Kathryn Ann Anglin, Honolulu, Hawaii B.S., St. Mary's College (Indiana), 1957. Major subject: Education.

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  • Rev. Edward Joseph Baird, Congregation of Holy Cross, Montreal, Canada B.A., St. Dunstan's University, 1957. Major subject: History.

    Sister Mary Conrad Baltz, Sisters of St. Dominic, Columbus, Ohio B.S., College of St. Mary of the Springs, 1959. Major subject: Education.

    Ernest James Barry, Chicago, Illinois B.F.A., University of Notre Danie, 1965. Major subject: Art.

    Sister Maria Francesca Basile, Religious Sisters of Mercy, Merion, Pennsylvania B.A., Villanova University, 1958. Major subject: Classics.

    Sister M; Robert Behar, Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate, Joliet, Illinois A.B., College of St. Francis (Illinois), 1960. Major subject: Education.

    David Edward Bedan, New Albany, Indiana B.A., Bellarmine, College, 1958. Major subject: Philosophy.

    Sister Mary de Chantal Beiersdorfer, Religious Sisters of Mercy, Cincinnati, Ohio B.A., Our Lady of Cincinnati College, 1960. Major subject: Art.

    Sister Mary Laurentia Bendik, Sisters of St. Joseph, Thir_c.l Order of St. Francis, Chicago, Illinois B.Ph., De Paul University, 1958, Major subject: Education.

    Sister M. Aquinina Berend, Poor Sisters of St. Francis Seraph of the Perpetual Adoration, Mishawaka, Indiana B.S., St. Francis College (Indiana), 1947. Major subject: Education.

    Mother Mary Christine Bishoff, Society of the Holy Child Jesus, Waukegan, Illinois B.S., Villanova University, 1959. Major subject: Classics.

    Joseph John Bonner, Kingston, Pennsylvania A.B., King's College (Pennsylvania), 1965. Major subject: Education.

    Sister Jeanne Bernadette Boudreau, Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth, Convent, New Jersey B.A., College of St. Elizabeth, 1960. Major subject: Modem Languages (French).

    Sister Mary Edwin Bozek, Sisters of St. Dominic, Grand Rapids, Michigan B.A., Central State Teachers College, 1935; M.A., University of Notre Dame, 1943. Major subject: Education.

    Raymond Kenyon Bradt, Junior, Fort Dodge, Iowa B.A., University of Notre Dam