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Image 4 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 65, no. 4, 1995

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l • l 2 jim · . New President for JCC , Q ~ C _ ( JM , C C CC C C CCCC C CCCC C—~ l i [ _.%CC, ., .»e s t . . . l , .»f"¤£‘,v ,, ‘” C . Richard Green, a native of Louisville fg; £_; and former director of corporate ;`’i ’“ human resources at Honeywell Inc., in A Minneapolis, Minn., assumed the ,_ , L __ presidency ofjefferson Community , pe _ _ ‘» College in August. Z 4 * { //,, (jj, 4 . .- He suc- ` , , * ~ .. meds R0¤¤1d l CC ·=»=* 1 3 C· * Citi Z H°m‘h· Wh° 1 Y 2 i` i . 4 retired after ' . :C_ l Z years Of scr [_ · W ,,,, - , " 1 * “',, 1 T =_= ’ . , 1 ..;‘ ‘-s=y 4 ’ `,’’‘ *V — #5 1 Gmc “ S ,.,.,_, ;,, r responsibili- gil ties at Honey- l Ciiiiv ~ _;, well 1nClud€Cl V UK transplant surgeon {hg dgvglgp- , ~ Dinesh Ranian, right, m€n t an d ~ 1 led the surgical team _ Tr that performed the first implementation of [116 COITlp2:ll1ylS 1 ..., .. ·’v___V H adult liver transplant at Corporate Youth Apprenticeship, 1 . ( UK H°5P1*¤l °¤ JUIY ll: - - · it LV, 1995. The patient, a 32- Eclucation to Employment Transition V. ,,, ( -,»_; yeupold Lexingbn man and Work and Family Programs. He ye who wishes to remain . . ·~., ets also was responsible for an on-site X ==C‘ · ¤F;¤¤Y¤:|°f¤5·W3; high school and day care center locat- °‘ 1: :05:;,; i:?;P*ember_ ed in the Honeywell Offices for some ,. ’ `:Cl A _,__i ‘"*’ Y Mqrcaq wisehqmu 61. 60 teenage mothers and their babies. 1 y `T Yj¤"‘°ld Wl?m¤¤ f"°"•" He took leave from Honeywell in · .— E , , E m°m°n ecilme UK S U I · , rf C` `,_ · ~ y,. ., V .. second ¤dUl|' llver 1'r¤ns- 1993 to serve as interim resident of l ___,,,..,. ,,., C , _ , lant atient on Se t. P l ~--- * r/ ~ ·· P P P Metropolitan State University in St. ,, l2· l995· Paul, where he balanced the fiscal l for fund raisin , a total of 51537 mil- for exhibition at the center on Rose 1 g year budget and made organizational lion in the 1994-95 fiscal year. The Street. The art includes oil paintings, chan res to better serve the diverse stu- record amount, the lar est since the fiber works, abstractions and a com- fw g dent population at the university. He university began its development pro- missioned mural by Maysville artist also taught a “l.eadership and Ethics" gram in the mid-1960s, is 5155.4 million Bill Brown. class in the co11ege’s MBA program. more than the 1993-94 total, an Prior tojoining Honeywell in 1984, increase of 17 percent. The number TTTTT TT TT Ti`' T _ Creen served as vice president for aca- of donors also increased by 24 percent BET" COI'I‘IbS SCh°|¤I`ShIP demic allairs and dean of the college to a record 40,413. More than half 1 at Au rshurr Colle re in Minnea olis were alumni, re resentin a 41 er- . , ,, S, »».. A UK Col- fw ls fs P P S P H A ,,,,g (1980-1984); dean of the College of cent increase in the number ofalumni 9, _ ,,_`C _ t,'. lege of Law Arts and Sciences at Capital University donors from last year. N ,z_£; scholarship 1 in Columbus. Ohio (1976-1980), and p r 0 g r a m was assistant professor of cheniistiy at TTTT ~ named in li Concordia (.o1lege in Moorhead, FOI' the Sake of Ar" " ‘ p C - 41 ,_» honor of the It 1v1ami.(1s>