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Image 21 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 71, no. 3, Fall 2000

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l • • F mdmg Great Teacher Honors l . ,,; - r l Alumm Associa- ii SCh0ldVShq)S _ _ l ‘ _ _, -,,,_ G tion President z Many ofthe alumni clubs __ ‘ ’; I Bob MiI|€¤3 lffts 4 in Kentucky and elsewhere are { { *1 ` and UK Presl- bolstering their efforts to fnd ~ I 1 ·- 7 . dent qmrles T. _ _ _ q ___, _ .; V , ‘ Q Wethington, additional scholarship money for " 0 1 V ‘ I right, hmm,. students to attend UK. C year 2000 The Association sponsored Great Teachers. 21 scholarships with a dollar value of $25,840. Alumni clubs The UKAlum¤i ASSOCV tion and assistant director of provided another $24,848 in ation’s Great Teacher Award — the choral activities, Fine Arts scholarship money, for a com- oldest, continuous recognition of William E Maloney, the bined contribution of $50,688. In exceptional teaching on campus — Raymond-Shaver Chair and addition, the alumni clubs recognized six UK faculty, from leit: professor of construction engi- , donated approximately $1 16,000 Sandra W. Miller, professor neering and management, Engi- to University projects and other of family and consruner sciences, neering scholarships. Htunan Enviromrrental Sciences Hong Y. Yan, associate ` These clubs participated in Derek R. Lane, assistant professor in the School of support of student scholarships professorincommunications, Biological Sciences, Arts and and University proj ects: Ander— Communications and Infonnation Sciences son County, Ashland-Boyd Studies Desmond 0. Brown, assistant County, Atlanta, Big Sandy, Lori Hetzel, assistant professor in hospital management, I Bi1'H1iHgh3m, BOUIb0H-NiGh0l3S professor of choral music educa- Hrunan Enviromnental Sciences Counties, • , C<=¤¤¤1F1¤¤d¤·C¢¤¤¤1 Alumm Servzce Awards Indiana, Central Ohio, Central , Virginia, Chattanooga, Chicago, J _ , . ,,,,,,,,%,,0% __,_,, , ,,, ,,,. _ . i Ci“°i¤“a“» Clark C°“”‘Y= · * 1. Arumnr smc. Cumberland Valley East, , , · , Q fl " , `i$`°il.s>`r. Award winners ~ Cumberland Valley West, q I) 2 = ` ’ i are congratulated Dallas-Ft. Worth, Danville- ` _,;»_ , _ ._ at the Summer Boyle County, Daviess County, ,, . I ' wg}: , Workshop in Dayton, Fayette Young Alumni, " gy 0- ’ M ‘ M i I June in Coving- l Franklin County, Harrison- mn _bY °°'I‘m'“°° l Pendleton Counties, Henderson r g I cha" Crmg County, Hopkins County, , Pi waua?°’_l°ft’ and r = . Association l Jefferson County, Jefferson yy President Bob » Young Alumm, Kentucky River, Mum., right, 0 Lake Cumberland, Lawrence l County, McCracken County, Honorees, second from left, in the Cumberland Valley West Club l Memphis, Mercer County, are Thomas J. Cobb ’47, former Robert F. Pickard ’S7, ’61, ·‘ Naples-Ft_ Meyers, Nashville, member of the Board active in the immediate past president of the , Northgnl Alabama,N0r[hem Shelby County Club Association and past president of I Kentucky, Russell County, Paula L. POPE ,73, ,75, BOa.I`d the Louis, Shelby County, member and former chair of the Sallie R. Bryant, long-time ·‘· Suuthccutml Kentucky, Warren House Renovation Committee supporter of the Alumni Associa- County, and Washington, DC, James D. "Danny"N0rvell ’63, tion active in the Brmirngham Club former member of the Board active (Not shown) ll