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9 > Image 9 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1985, No. 2

Part of Kentucky alumnus

, OF .4* re <0 QL Q" A 7 C- ~2#4< . ` - ` C A * E 72 D < Attracting high quality students and re- ` The College of Arts and Sciences joined taining outstanding faculty are two K 5 the Colleges of Business and Econom- University concerns that the National `G ~, ics, Dentistry and Engineering as con- l V Alumni Association is helping to re- 77 Y6 stituent organizations operating under ` solve. In 1970, alumni scholarships and (I"] _ C} the umbrella ofthe UK National Alum- 1 awards amounted to $16,000. In 1984-, ASO ni Association. As a constituent group, I more than $67,000 was dispersed. alumni receive the dual beneiits of both , Club-sponsored scholarships have the national alumni programming and I jumped more than 400 percent in the Great Teacher Awards of $600 each the individual college programming. ` last four years. In 1980-81, five clubs were presented to Drs. Mike Zalampas The National Association maintains ad- ` awarded a total of $2,000. The 1984-85 of jefferson Community College- dress records for the colleges and oiiers academic year, 14 clubs awarded more Southwest; Daniel L. Fulks, Business & assistance in events planning. Each col- than $10,200. Economics; joseph L. Fink, Pharmacy, lege has a voting member on the Alum- The Association continued to award and Dibakar Bhattacharyya, Engineer- ni board of directors. its four Loyalty Scholarships, six ing. All four groups held alumni social marching band scholarships and 13 Alumni Professorships, with a $5,000 events in conjunction with Homecom , community college grants. The awards salary enhancement annually, are held ing. The College of Engineering also were increased to meet the full amount by Drs. joseph Kuc, plant pathology; presented a day and a half of profession- ofin-state tuition. Joseph L. Massie, business administra- al seminars and held an open house. tion; Jacquelyn P. Noonan, pediatric ~ $70,000 medicine; Charles P. Roland, history, and Sidney Ulmer, political science. Dr. William L. Matthews also held an , $60,000 alumni professorship until his death in September. Student internships were held by Kay 50,000 . . I . . . . d b S Higgs, left, ond George Adoms, third from left, In alurnnl Pubhcatlojrls an_ _ Y _uSan GTS COI'lgFOlUlOlCl l'l'l owords SQOHSOF, $40,000 Van Buren m alumni 3dmml$tY9~U0_ olumnus Wickliffe B. Moore 24 ond ossistont student programming. othletics director Fronk Hom. $30,000 ` a ` ` . 1 WOO r:t~ K is it-I tt.; .... W - g. - $10,000 ,\ _:__ e _ ii I Q_, 1., dt .. A _M,.. _ 0 .` "" r * Y lt ` egg ~ E *r"i" ...`a.. ~ i l970 1975 l980 l984 l _, git . _ , _____ .$ ``i ?_ , . . fs), i 2 \~ ` r x i " ` { f il * " V . * ` I 0 se e i l mia . li . I f . g is Y ;"""'1{[#: _' \ ` I ii ,l 7* Q'i '1'` " if -... ,., _ u ` I ,___;_: , `;,_ [ _ A _ K" I Vx " _; "" I li ' ' . 7 I