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TRANSYLVANIA

HONOR ROLL OF GIVING / 2005-2006

Thank You!

You have helped Transylvania reach new levels of donor support for 2005-06, and that means an ever improving educational environment for our students and faculty members.

Total giving to this year’s Transylvania Annual Fund was $1,244,384, a record-setting amount. Because these are unrestricted funds, the University is able to apply them to best advan- tage in areas such as scholarships, technology, student and faculty research opportunities, and faculty salaries, among others. It’s another way that you are helping to bridge the gap between what students and their families can afford to pay and the true cost of a Transylvania education.

Alumni support of the annual fund tied our all- time record for participation at 53 percent. This is a key factor that corporations and foundations look at when considering how worthy Transylvania is of their support. A 53 percent rate also puts Transy among the nation’s elite in terms of alumni participation.

Parents and grandparents played an important role in this year’s annual fund, contributing $93,646. These funds go directly to supporting the Frances Carrick Thomas/J. Douglas Gay Jr. Library in the purchase of books, periodicals, and software—learning tools that benefit all students.

Your remarkable level of support is having an immediate impact on the quality of living and learning at Transylvania.

Because of you, Transylvania is a better place.

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Senior Challenge/Words of Thanks

 

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A Special Group of Volunteers 225th Anniversary Campaign

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The class of 2006 was especially generous, contributing a record amount of more than $21,000 for the Senior Challenge scholarship that will go to Brooke Bell, a first-year9student from Campbellsville, Ky. Belleexhibited the aca- demic accomplishments, school an-ecommu- nity involvement, an-eleadership potential that the scholarship calls for.

Here is an excerpt from Bell’s comments at the Senior Challenge banquet:

“While going to a large college was never something I wanted, it seemed that due to the higher tuition costs of private institu- tions, that’s where I would be headed. Then I discovered Transy an-efellein love with everything about it—the campus, the people, the educational opportunities. All of these elements seemed to say that this

Words of thanks

I am the eldest of five children. As you can imagine, money is often in short supply in a large family like mine. The Fred Scott Downing Scholarship has helped me tremendously by making it possible for me to further my education here at Transy.

“My major is drama, an-e f92 re0s are math an-eEnglish. I have participated in sev- eral Transy productions. I played Solveig in Peer Gynt, Euridice/Myrrhine in Antigone/ Lysistrata, Hamlet in an all-female cast of Hamlet, Annelle in Steel Magnolias, an- most recently Catherine in Proof. I would like to go to graduate school an-ebecome a high school teacher of math an-edrama. However, I also plan to become involved with local theater an-eexplore the possibili- ties of becoming a professional actress.

“I devote 15-20 hou0s per week to f9two work-study jobs: men’s basketball team manager an-eweight room attendant. I am not an athlete, but I love sports, an-ebeing the manager allows me to remain diverse in my hobbies. I work in the weight room at the Beck Center each morning an-ebabysit at night for some of my professe0s’ children to help meet my financial obligations.

“I deeply appreciate this scholarship. As a high school senior, I applied for but did not receive two of Transy’s top scholarships. I was very disappointed because I did not think I would be able to attend Transy, one of onlf9two schools I applied for, an-epur- sue the liberal arts education that I greatly desired because of financial restraints. Two years an-emany loans later, I have shown everyone that I am a hard-working, scholar- lf9student. I take my classes very seriously.

“I also am very visible on campus an-etake advantage of opportunities to develop my leadership skills. When school is in session, you can usually find me talking with friends at the dorm,9studying at the library, working or working out at the Beck Center, or eat- ing an-esocializing at the cafeteria. I love to be aroun-epeople.

“Thank you for your help in furthering my goals in life. If it weren’t for you an-eother generousepeople like you, I would not be at this school.”

Blake Madison Howell ’07 Benton, Ky.

“The Fred Scott Downing Scholarship allows me to concentrate on my classes an-ebe involved in campus life without having to juggle a full-time job. Thank you again for your help with my education. It means the world to e.”

Brady Jo Crafton ’06 Franklin, Ky.

Trustees, alumni, friends, and parents make up a special group of volun-

teers whose generous gifts of time, expertise, and resources play a large

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role in helping Transylvania continually improve the living and learning

“There is no way to overestimate the impact these volunteers have on the life of the University,” says President Charles L. Shearer. “We are

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these volunteers have on the life of the University,” says President Charles L. Shearer. “We are

Transylvania’s 225th Anniversary Campaign is making steady progress toward its goal of $32 million, which

Transylvania’s 225th Anniversary Campaign is making steady progress toward its goal of $32 million, which will fund renovations to the Brown Science Center, construction of new residence halls, and endowment growth in the form of endowed scholarships and faculty chairs. The

construction of new residence halls, and endowment growth in the form of endowed scholarships and faculty

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TRUSTEES

Mr. William M. Arvin Sr. ‘61 Mr. Glen S. Bagby ‘66 Mr. Samuel G. Barnes Mr. Everett A. Bass ‘72 Mr. James E. Bassett III Mr. Philip J. Baugh Dr. Wayne H. Bell ‘40 Mr. Theodore R. Broida Mrs. W. L. Lyons Brown Mrs. Betsy Brooks Bulleit ‘76 Hon. Karen K. Caldwell ‘77 Mr. Alex G. Campbell Jr. Mr. Joseph D. Cantrell ‘67 Mr. Don E. Carter Mr. Ballard W. Cassady Jr. ‘74 Mr. Joe E. Coons ‘73 Mr. Bruce C. Cotton Mr. Norwood Cowgill Jr. ‘65 Mr. Roger M. Dalton Mr. Robert R. Dawson Jr. Mrs. Rose Mary S. Dow ‘88

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

THIRD CENTURY FOUNDERS – SILVER BENEFACTORS

Silver Benefactors are those who have given $25,000-$49,999 over their lifetimes.

American Standard Foundation Mr. & Mrs. George O. Anderson ‘43 ‘43 Mr. Charles J. Baird ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel G. Barnes Barnett Bank Mr. L. Marc Barnhill ‘82 Beargrass Christian Church of Louisville Dr. & Mrs. Wayne H. Bell ‘40 ‘44 Birke Foundation Mrs. Susan H. Boone ‘74

National Benevolent Association National Mines Corporation New York Life Foundation Nicholasville Christian Church Northfield Oil Company Mr. Thomas H. Nowack Mr. William P. Oliver ‘78 Mr. Norman S. Parks ‘55 Mr. Rodes S. Parrish ‘70 Dr. David M. Pedley ‘60 Dr. Lea J. Perritt Mr. J. T. Perry Jr. Mrs. Laura M. Pettus ‘66 Mrs. Eudora K. Pierson ‘34 Dr. & Mrs. G. Philip Points ‘57 Ms. Kitty A. Portwood ‘73 Mr. & Mrs. John G. Prather ‘40 Mr. & Mrs. John Prelaz Dr. David P. Price ‘61 Miss Betty F. Puckett ‘58 Mr. William Rea Mr. William F. Reed ‘66 Coach & Mrs. Lee H. Rose ‘58 ‘61

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1928

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CENTURY CLUB Juanita Randolph Chakerian

1932

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PARTICIPANTS Gertrude Skinner Phillips

1933

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1934

Class Roll: 7 Participation: 71%

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Eudora Keisker Pierson

1780 CLUB William Harold Nickell

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1945

Class Roll: 10 Participation: 60%

HERITAGE CLUB Emmett Moore Waits Jr.

CENTURY CLUB Martha Utterback Green John G. Irvin Mary Ellen Nichols Johnston

PARTICIPANTS Louise Hendry Doda Juanita Vice Webster

1946

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Eugene Hoke Doris Loyd Ledendecker Jo-Nelle Desmond Long Nelson Weir Morrow Betty Van Meter Nutt Patsy Barton Seay Dianne Fischer Seymour Robert Orr Smith

PARTICIPANTS Betty Hubble Blakemore Alice Preston Bourne Barbara Watson Bowman John L. Bray Robert E. Cates

ALUMNI CLASSES

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HERITAGE CLUB Anne England Mulder Clark Murray Williamson

1780 CLUB Dixie Lou Stanley French Martha Heard George Elizabeth Henderson Dene Rocky Jones Nancy Jane McNaron Kenneth Zebro

CENTURY CLUB Carol Smith Caswell Jean Lollis Catlett Frances Doyle Duncan William J. Graul Jr. Forrest Edwin Hahn Jr. Carol Weller Heuerman Edwin Carl Linberg Margaret Rummage Moore C. William Schiphorst Jr. Eddie Kenneth Stubblefield

1962

Class Roll: 67 Participation: 63%

PIONEER CIRCLE Judith Gaines Young

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE F. William Bryan Russell Reed Wilson

HERITAGE CLUB Randy H. Dyer Susan Archer Haynes Willmott Winfield McChord Jr. Dorothy Couch Watson Lewis J. Weinstein

1780 CLUB John Morgan Compton Chris Kollenborg Nielsen Jr.

CENTURY CLUB Julian Elkin Beard

ALUMNI CLASSES

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William Giles Lytle Nancy Margaret Mackle Betsy Sumner Maxwell Cheryl Leppert McCall Robert Earle McCall Sarah Dean McGill Janice Walker McLean J. Larry Patterson Ruth Hillenbrand Quinet Leanne Chrisman Robinson John Finbarr Saunders Jr. Jane Nicholson Scott David Sanderson Smyth Pamela Neal Warford

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Dale Ann Fielman Cole Virginia Thomas Eckert Sheryl Monthie Ederheimer Patrick Lee France Adele Dean Greenburg Thomas J. Harlan III Thomas Lloyd MacDonald George John Mack III Dexter Meyer III Sue Williams Pahl Martha Cox Rausch Carolyn Hensley Reynolds Ernest Edward Smith Marsha Bell Uselton John Belmeur Wolf Pamela Nix Worobec

PARTICIPANTS

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE William B. Bramblet Kitty Ann Portwood

HERITAGE CLUB Aristides S. Candris Jane Turner Censer Camille Maxwell Elebash-Hill Cambridge Glenn II Gregory Baynham Milward Philip Crutchfield Trover

1780 CLUB W. Rogers Beasley Jr. James T. Denney Jr. John Gordon Dorsey Carolyn Chrisman Leatherman Kenton Leatherman John Steven Powell Mary Young Stred

James Michael Webb Charles Albert Wilson

PARTICIPANTS Margaret Mateer Aderholdt Douglas Clarke Baker Anne Willmott Baldwin Jeffrey Wayne Bell Kimberly Mancini Chiaramonte McGuire C. Colliver III Ellyn Elise Crutcher Ellen Winn Dobbins Patricia Kovacs Edwards Joell Gay Finney Irene Bray Fuller Shearle Lee Furnish Lucia Congleton Gilchrist Sharridan Kawaja Greer David Mark Kaplan David P. Marthey

ALUMNI CLASSES

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1979

Class Roll: 145 Participation: 42%

FOUNDERS CIRCLE John Paul Runyon Jr.

CRIMSON CIRCLE Steven Townsel Adams Stephen S. Holmes

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Blake Robert Burchett Rebecca Heffner Burchett Karla Justice Corbin Bruce Gregory McCombs

HERITAGE CLUB Connie Bell Dickerson Teresa G. Gevedon Sheila Jaynes Gurr

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

1983

Class Roll: 140 Participation: 42%

JEFFERSON CIRCLE Diane Lovell Avare Ricky Gene Avare

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Russell R. Anderson Paul David Pelphrey Stephen Gerard Spicuzza

HERITAGE CLUB David Earl Caywood Jr. Charles David Webb Michele Manning Whittington

1780 CLUB Bonita Justice Dailey David Brown Nixon John Brooks Pitman Jr.

ALUMNI CLASSES

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Lisa Behle Gaines Stacey James Garrick Thomas Bruce Hawkins Allen Bruce Hinkle Julia Christine Hoesterey Dorothy Curlin Mathews Susan Sears Moulder Charles Raymond Murphy Marvin Eugene Myers Jennifer Elizabeth O’Toole Siobhan Cashman Pritchard Charla Brumley Reed Nancy Diane Resinger Mark Alan Shake Sydney Farha Skinner Clarence Maurice Sparrow Bradley Thomas Thomason Karen Shaw Turner Robert Thomas Watson

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Christina Lynne Scott James Roscoe Stinetorf Jill Crouch Tucker Tiffany Renee Wheeler Kathryn Tyler Young

PARTICIPANTS Philip James Anderson II Mark Clayton Barker Jason Wade Bearden Sheri Renee Beckett Stephanie Wilson Bishop Stephanie Miller Broering Lora Wall Brown Stacy Ann Buckles Shannon Dyer Burris Donya Angela Clark

ALUMNI CLASSES

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Michael David Covert Elizabeth Walker Cox Shawn Matthew Cox Dawn Brooks Harlow Jeffery Daniel Markel Michele Meyer McCarthy Elizabeth Barto McMahon Richard Walter Mehs Toi Bates Morton Sue Anne Bird Mueller Anna Staib Peterson Donna Smith Pleiman Ryan Neil Spaight Catherine Daphne Stavros Mary Taylor Stone Aaron Matthew Thompson Lance Frederick Tucker

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Jennifer Lovell Duncan Joseph Allen Eskridge III Manley Norbert Feinberg II Rosalie Anne Felfle Matthew Dennis Frederick Emily Phillips Gaunce Jean Harrod Hixson Amy Rebecca Holland Michelle Marie Holmes-Hassall Jeffrey Deen Hopper Jaimie Wenocur Horton Jan Michelle Howell Leigh Ann Jordan Paul Michael Lalonde Sam Edward Lucas Benjamin Lee Mackey Charles Alexander Martin Elizabeth Harvey Matson

ALUMNI CLASSES

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Joshua David Johnson Mary Taylor Johnson Prakash Thakor Maggan Joshua James Markham Jason Patrick McCubbin Charles Edmond McElearney Shannon Tierney McElearney Erin Weaver McGee Christy Ann Metzger Joseph Randall Miller III Melanie Finley Miller Stephanie Griffin Mitchell Ashley Anne Montgomery Julie Buchino Mottern Suniti Suhas Mujumdar Brian Land Naylor Christine Marie O’Reilly McRae Stephenson Pennington

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Preston Scott Pendley Nancy Park Riley Nicole Marie Ross Richard Hampton Scurlock III Dwayne Andrew Sills David Theodore Sisk April Lynn Smith Julie Brundige Spivey Anna Katherine Stratton Joshua Norman Sullivan Peter Vincent Swanz IV Mary Janette Vaughn Andrea Hill Whitenack Joseph Benjamin Williams Tosha Huffman Yunker Jacob Jones Yunker

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Laura Nicole Mattingly Matthew Benjamin Mattingly Zachary Stuart McCarty Jessica Lowry McNamara Courtney Marie Meade Jeffrey Christopher Mosley Margaret May Mozer Jennifer Lynne O’Connor Jonathan Adam Paff Maggie Anne Parker Lynn Briggs Puhr Clyde Allen Rambacher Derek Allen Renfroe Daniel Scott Reynolds Amie Smith Robertson Matthew Atwood Stinnett Kyra Nicole Stoddard-Duncan Lisa Bell Strunk Holly GurrMozer

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Paul Michael Whitaker Tara Brooke Ann White Amanda Beth Wilburn Jamie Linden Wilhite William Alexander Wilson Kathryn Hatcher Winstead Charles Spence Daley Witten II Sarah Elizabeth Woodring Blake Edward Wright Alexis Louise Yocum

Senior Challenge 2006

The following 2006 graduates made gifts or pledges to the Senior Challenge Scholarship, which will provide financial

Chase Allen Mulberry Betsy Jane Newman Stephen Eric Nybo Charles Alexander Oexmann Sara Elizabeth Palmer Taylor Allen Payne Lisa Michelle Pugh Yamiley Maria Rangel Tyler Edmonson Rankin Ashwin Ravisankar Anne Elizabeth Redmon Rebecca Ann Reiling Brooks Kimsey Reitz Morgan DeWitt Riney Erin Marie Rogers Victoria Ann Roth Edwin James Rye Jessica Lynn Seymour Amy Elizabeth Shupe Erin Whitehouse Skelton Collin Harrell Smith Nicholas Todd Spurlock Daryl Philip Swartzentruber Jason James Taylor Jill Erin Taylor Michelo92 9a Ann Reiling

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HONOR ROLL OF GIVING

Mr. & Mrs. William Scruggs Mr. & Mrs. Chester Simms Mr. & Mrs. R. Stewart Singers Mrs. Helen Smith Mr. & Mrs. Ernie W. Stamper Mr. & Mrs. Wayne A. Utz Dr. & Mrs. Michael K. Vetter Dr. & Mrs. A. Guy Waldrop Mr. & Mrs. Sam H. Ware Mr. & Mrs. Walter Wellington Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Wheeler Mr. & Mrs. John Wilson

1780 CLUB Mr. & Mrs. Ray Ashcraft Mr. & Ms. Jerry L. Baker Mr. & Mrs. Robert Baker Mr. J. T. Begley Mr. & Mrs. Mark

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Mr. & Mrs. Roger A. Chenevert Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Clatterbuck Mr. & Mrs. Noel B. Clayton Mrs. Verla M. Clifford Mr. Malcolm Clissold Mr. & Mrs. Stanton L. Cole Mr. Stephen M. Collinsworth Mr. & Mrs. Guy R. Colson Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Combs Mr. & Mrs. James R. Connor Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Cook Dr. & Mrs. Claude E. Corbitt Ms. Connie F. Cord Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Covert Mr. & Mrs. John W. Cox Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Creech Mrs. Susanna P. Creek Judge & Mrs. Roger Crittenden Mr. & Mrs. Mark Cross

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Mr. & Mrs. Randall E. Scott Mr. & Mrs. Jaskaran S. Sekhon Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Shearer Dr. & Mrs. James M. Shepherd Mr. & Mrs. Gregory C. Shields Mr. Charles C. Shipley Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Tony Shirley Mr. & Mrs. Steven Shoulta Mr. & Mrs. Rodney L. Shrout Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Shultz Mr. & Mrs. Walter T. Shupe Mr. & Mrs. Scott Sidwell Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Skelton Ms. Deborah A. Slatten Mrs. Rosemarie Smedley Dr. & Mrs. Clifford C. Smith Mr. D. Duncan Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Ray Collins Mr. & Mrs. Donald Comer Mr. & Mrs. Coit Conley Mr. & Mrs. Noel Connett Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Conover Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Coors Mr. & Mrs. Philip Copsey Mr. & Mrs. Gregory C. Cornett Ms. Teresa A. Cox Mr. & Mrs. John E. Coyle Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Craft Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Crafton Mr. & Mrs. Charles Crain Jr. Mrs. Loraine Crawford Mr. & Mrs. Dan Creed Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T. Creed Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Crigger Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Cross Mr. Jorge E. Cuadros Dr. & Mrs. Robert Culbertson Rev. & Mrs. William Cuzner Mrs. Karen F. D’Ambruoso Mr. & Mrs. David W. Dail

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Mr. Allen B. Hinkle Ms. Sherry D. Holley Ms. Cindy A. Jacobelli Mrs. Kimberly S. James Dr. Paul H. Jones Ms. Leigh Ann Jordan Ms. Suzette Kerrick Dr. Ted M. Kinder Mrs. Linda Ladenburger Mrs. Lauren S. Lambert Ms. Elizabeth K. Liebschutz Ms. Katherine R. Lobe Dr. Amy B. Maupin Ms. Ann-Phillips Mayfield Dr. Melissa A. McEuen Dr. Linda W. McNay Mr. Lawrence E. Meikel Jr. Mr. J. Barton Meyer

Charles M. & Joan R. Taylor Foundation Virginia Clark Hagan Foundation William T. Young Estate

JEFFERSON CIRCLE Iva Dagley Estate Jessie Ball duPont Fund Fidelity Investments John A. Hartford Foundation The Oehmig Foundation William T. Vincent Estate

CRIMSON CIRCLE Henry and Ethel Hill Trust Bertha Lebus Charitable Trust Lillian H. Prewitt Estate Van Meter/Barnhart Family Fund

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Alamance Foundation Humana Foundation Elmer Whitaker Foundation

HERITAGE CLUB The Lightner Sams Foundation of

The Glenn Building, a 10,000-square-foot multi-purpose facility, opened last fall across from the Cowgill Center for Business, Economics, and Education on Old Morrison Circle, one of the most visible locations on campus. The building houses not only an attractive, spacious bookstore, but also a cof-

Haupt Plaza has become a more inviting and lively gathering place for the Transylvania com- munity following a comprehensive renovation completed in summer 2005. A lead gift from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations in Jacksonville, Fla., provided significant funding for the project.

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The quality of Transylvania’s faculty was rec- ognized once again when biology professor Peggy Palombi was honored as the 2005 Kentucky Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. It marked the fourth time in the past five years that a Transylvania professor had won this award.

The U.S. Professors of the Year program, co-

Conference titles and participation in NCAA post-sea- son tournaments were the fruits of a successful year for Transylvania’s intercollegiate sports teams.

in NCAA post-sea- son tournaments were the fruits of a successful year for Transylvania’s intercollegiate sports
in NCAA post-sea- son tournaments were the fruits of a successful year for Transylvania’s intercollegiate sports

The Constant Giver

Although separated by three decades,