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Architecture Seniors

Celebrating UMass Amherst Architecture Seniors | Class of 2020

Stephen Schreiber

Professor & Chair, Department of Architecture

From The Chair

We can't wait to see what you build!

The Department of Architecture provides an accessible, intellectually rigorous design education that grounds its pre-professional students in the art and science of the built environment. Its interdisciplinary, collaborative program embraces spirited, socially progressive, and environmentally responsive design.

You, our students, contemplate shared environments, community, public transportation, and create solutions to the problems that affect these spaces. Your thoughtful way of seeing how we move through the world is essential to envisioning a way forward and acheiving a new normal.

Department of Architecture, Class of 2020

  • Xergio Alexander Aguilar
  • Terrence Agyare
  • Nicole J. Ahrens
  • Victoria Capaldo
  • Ariana Crystal Carr
  • Alyssa Nicole DiCenzo
  • Olivia Noelle Donnelly
  • Wyatt Dylan Dowd
  • Damaris L. Fernandez-Sierra
  • Abigail Fowler
  • Henry Moores Francis
  • Samantha Leigh Gallagher
  • Kelly Gershkoff
  • Hannah Mary Horak
  • Megan Elizabeth Itzkowitz
  • Rachel Marie Kossack
  • Cathleen Ellen Krekorian
  • Ryan Patrick Lehane
  • Richard James Marcil
  • Gianna Marie Meliso
  • Nathan Exume Narcisse
  • Obed K Otabil
  • Samantha Renee Peach
  • Jacob Aidan Radack
  • Adrian Ramirez
  • Clayton Joseph Richardson
  • Leo Paul Smart
  • Noelle Jena-Marie Smith
  • Stephanie Gail Spiegel
  • Jeremy Edward Tringale
  • Alexandra Claire Vona

The names on this page were compiled by the Registrar’s Office in late April identifying those eligible to participate in Commencement 2020. Given the number and evolving status of many prospective graduates, mistakes and omissions may have occurred. Please accept our assurances that being listed or not has no bearing on a student's official graduation status. If a name has been misspelled, misplaced, or omitted, contact the Registrar's Office. This list includes primary and secondary majors and students who have earned multiple degrees.