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he Division of Student Affairs at Florida State University is pleased to present its Annual Report for 2008 – 2009. This year, we are focusing on the accomplishments of our individual departments. Additionally, eight students describe how their involvement on campus made them the men and women they are today. These students and so many others are making a difference on campus and throughout the world. We wish we could tell the stories of all of our students who we work with and are so proud to call Seminoles. Through collaborative efforts, we have reached new accomplishments we are proud to share with you. FSU has placed an emphasis on cultivating leaders for the greater good, and we feel we are playing an instrumental role in helping the campus community reach that goal. This, of course, would not be possible without the ongoing support and contributions our donors have provided that are integral to our success.

Thank you for reviewing our accomplishments of the past year and continuing to be partners as we help students reach their aspirations of today and tomorrow. Sincerely,

Mary B. Coburn Vice President for Student Affairs

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Mission The Division of Student Affairs collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create welcoming, supportive and challenging environments that maximize opportunities for student learning and success. Through high quality programs and services, the Division staff facilitates student development, celebrates differences, and promotes civic and global responsibility.

Liz Maryanski Associate Vice President Student Affairs

Vision We envision a Florida State University where students, faculty and staff embrace an inclusive learning community with respect, responsibility and acceptance for all cultures. Graduates will make meaningful contributions to a global society through character, competence and integrity. They will make ethical decisions and be committed to a life of service and leadership.

Eric Weldy Associate Vice President Student Affairs

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Trevor Hurd T

revor Hurd serves as an aquatics supervisor at the Bobby E. Leach Center where he, along with other student managers, supervises 25-30 of his peers. What started as a part time job has turned into a passion for him. Trevor came to “Leach” as a freshman with no life guarding skills but a willing attitude. Since gaining the necessary skills, he has gone on to serve as a student life guard for the past two years, as well as teach other students those skills. “The Leach Center and Campus Recreation provides a good environment for students to use for physical growth. There are great equipment and programs, not just in aquatics, but also with the fitness classes, consultants, and team sports such as intramurals and sport clubs.” FSU also offers students the opportunity for parttime employment. Student employees are faced with real life circumstances where they can put into action the skills necessary to succeed in the workforce. “I have learned to

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interact with people from different backgrounds from professional staff “...good or co-workers to patrons of the Leach environment Center. I have also learned how to communicate with people and use for students problem solving skills to respond in a crisis.” to use for To better understand how to physical transfer the skills learned through his involvement in Campus Recreation, growth.” Trevor has taken advantage of the services provided by the Career Center. “I have been able to get help with my resume by working with advisors at the Career Center.” Trevor plans to pursue a career as a project manager within the geology field.


Theresa Welles T

heresa Welles has spent the past year as a graduate assistant with the University Counseling Center’s RENEW (Realizing Everyone’s Need for Emotional Wellness) program. Theresa came to FSU after a career in school counseling in the secondary school system. She now works with inspirational students who are passionate about peer “...the education and who serve as ambassadors opportunity to their peers regarding mental health services. The RENEW students are to gain trained through BACCHUS, a certified invaluable peer education board, to teach and relate to other students about mental health leadership issues and encourage student development qualities.” in multiple aspects of their lives. “Being a member of RENEW offers students the opportunity to gain

invaluable leadership qualities. Not only do they serve the campus community, but they learn about public speaking, communication, organization and time management.” RENEW has also teamed with other peer education boards across campus, such as Thagard Student Health Center’s STRIKE, to sponsor events like the Great American Smoke Out. The health peer groups educate students about drinking and smoking, as well as increase awareness on issues such as mental health and nutrition. After an intense application and screening process, Theresa has been awarded a prestigious pre-doctoral internship through the American Psychology Association and will continue her passions of student development and counseling with the University Counseling Center during 2009-2010.

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Brian Wallace, JR. A

lthough Brian Wallace, Jr. first found “home” within the Office of Multicultural Affairs’ Caribbean Student Association, it was his experience at LeaderShape - a weeklong retreat that inspires, develops, and supports students who have a commitment to lead with a high level of integrity - which served as a spring board to his involvement on campus. Brian wanted to “give back” to others on campus and represent those who need a voice. He served as budget chair on the Oglesby Union Board and learned valuable lessons as he “worked outside of his element” on issues of great importance, such as how to work with partners across campus and create a stronger voice for underrepresented campus groups like the Caribbean Student Association and new students. Brian assisted incoming freshmen in achieving their goals throughout their first year as part of the Student Supporting Students Mentoring Organization through the

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Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement (CARE). “I loved my experience in the CARE program as a freshman and I felt it was my duty to give back and mentor new students like so many had done for me.” To continue his desire to help those in need, Brian took his interest “I loved my in medicine abroad as part of the experience International Medical Outreach. Brian’s career goal is to continue to advocate in the CARE for the underrepresented as he pursues program as a medical degree with a focus to serve a freshman.” people who are underprivileged. “Once I got back from LeaderShape, I became involved in different aspects of campus life and I have appreciated the opportunities available to all students.”


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y decision to study International Affairs was primarily due to my interest in cultural exchange and my fascination with international cooperation—preserving regional distinctiveness while going beyond differences to work together for the welfare of mankind,” says Carly Nasehi, an Honors student in International Affairs, who is also seeking a second degree in Religion and a minor in German. Carly immersed herself in the German culture through the Beyond Borders program. Her second visit was “...increased “unforgettable, with a packed itinerary of travel from Berlin to Poland, great group international dynamics—we were welcomed into the student homes of the German students’ families, worked in a supported employment engagement program, and visited children with on campus.” disabilities at a top-notch, cost-free facility.”

While managing a heavy course load, yet maintaining a near perfect GPA, Carly is also working toward a Certificate in Demography and using her international experiences to obtain a Global Pathways Certificate. This certificate is designed by FSU Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, to maximize the rich cultural learning experiences available to students on campus, in the community and abroad. Despite her many accomplishments, Carly will be remembered at FSU for her tireless efforts on behalf of international students. As a peer mentor, she became keenly aware of their needs. “They face challenges to their daily functioning —housing, immigration, language, meals, and transportation are all topics of concern.” While serving as secretary of Multicultural Affairs for the Student Government Association, she worked to increase the international student representation through initiatives and advocacy. She says, “FSU can experience substantial positive growth from increased international student engagement on campus.”

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Elizabeth Pagan T

he staff members at the Center for Leadership and Civic Education always keep me thinking and challenge me to find my passions.” Elizabeth Pagan calls the “The Center” her second family as her volunteer work, both domestic and international, has helped to “shape and define” her values. Her involvement with FSU’s Service Leadership Seminar has been “rewarding”. She has served as a freshman participant, upperclassman facilitator, and now the student coordinator. Beth says she has been able to see the big picture of helping new students find their way on campus, while also emphasizing the importance of community service and leadership training. Last summer, Beth traveled to Uganda for two months to work in villages, teach in the local schools, empower single mothers, and educate the citizens with HIV/AIDS about the resources available to them. She was able to take this trip through FSU donor support of Serviceships. “This trip helped

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me better understand what is important and narrow down the passions of what I “...challenge want to spend the rest of my life doing.” me to find Beth also spent three weeks in Costa Rica where she lived with a host my passions.” family as part of the cultural exchange program, Beyond Borders. This program has been recognized as a Best Practices in International Exchange by the International Knowledge Community of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). After graduation, Beth wants to continue work with grassroots organizations to bring about change and fight social issues. She plans to pursue graduate work in developmental study with an emphasis in African studies.


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fell in love with the campus at first sight, and was taken aback by how friendly every student and staff member was; they treated me like I was one of their own before I had even attended the university.” Bobby Seifter jumped into campus life by getting involved with a number of opportunities in the hub of campus, such as the Oglesby Union. When he walked the halls of the Union as a freshman, he knew he wanted to get involved in the student senate. A junior, Bobby now serves as the President of the 61st “I fight Student Senate within the Student Government Association (SGA), one every day... of the youngest to obtain this position. for future He is also involved with the “Protect Our Professors” campaign as one of generations the original members; Bobby says he of Seminoles.” is overwhelmed by how successful the

initiative has been so far and how much support for faculty and staff has been accumulated across the campus, the state and the country. “In these tough economic times, I try to be an approachable leader and someone who can help explain the rough budget cuts the university is currently going through. I fight every day to try to keep the lifestyle we all enjoy here at Florida State the same for future generations of Seminoles.” The hands-on experience that SGA provides teaches students problem solving techniques they will continue using in their professional careers, as well as self confidence and a greater understanding of the university environment. In his numerous efforts to improve FSU, Bobby has invested his time into making campus a truly unique place for students by promoting engagement in the community.

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ickey Goins has made the most of his time at Florida State University with involvement in a number of programs across campus. Welcoming students and families to campus during Orientation or helping educate his peers about issues of sexual violence has taught Rickey the importance of communication and ethical leadership. “As the “Often, the peer education coordinator for processes and the Victim Advocate Program, it is important that we educate the programs we campus about safety concerning produce are these issues and offer suggestions of ways students can protect created through themselves.” partnerships This past year, Rickey also served as a student senator, chairing across campus.” the Student Senate Judiciary

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Committee. In this role, he examines the statutes and considers their impact on the campus community before they are brought to the senate floor. He has also taken his passion for the student judicial process campus wide, serving as a Chief Justice with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. “Often, the processes and programs we produce are created through partnerships across campus, so I have had the opportunity to gain a diverse background that will help me in a future career in higher education.” Rickey is part of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Undergraduate Fellows Program which mentors students who plan to obtain a masters degree in student affairs administration. “Through these involvements, I have found my future career path as I plan to pursue a judicial affairs career in higher education.”


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uring his freshman year, Aaron Hood was the floor representative of Dorman Hall, a position in which he helped “plan programs to make our campus the home that everyone strives to find.” He then became vice president of Dorman Hall’s government and served on the Inter-Residence Hall Council (IRHC) Board of Directors. In April 2006, he was elected assistant director of the IRHC, and in December 2006 he took on the role of director, a position in which he represents more than 6,000 students living on campus. “Florida State’s campus feels like home,” says Aaron. “It’s as though the students live in a giant living room. With the closeness of the buildings, our separate colleges rub elbows when classes let out and everyone is trying to get a bite to eat before the next class.” It is this atmosphere Aaron attempts to create for all students who live on campus. “As an agency of the Student

Government Association, we present residential students’ issues to the “...to make Student Senate and to members of the our campus University Housing administration.” Aaron has been instrumental in the home changing the image of IRHC as it that everyone has begun to offer quality programs, including leadership development. strives to Through University Housing and find.” the work of IRHC, students have the chance to develop skills and relationships, and better understand their responsibilities as members of the University community. As a result of his on campus experiences, Aaron is now pursuing a career in higher education administration.

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Student Development CAMPUS RECREATION

Alicia Crew, Director • 1,184 student employees received First Aid/CPR and AED training • 792,035 students used the Bobby E. Leach Center • 193,160 students participated in Intramural Sports • 7.5% increase in participation at the FSU Reservation, as well as the completion of a one million dollar renovation to the main gate area and the waterfront buildings • 34,315 students participated in Sport Clubs • 325 students, faculty and staff were issued First Aid/CPR and AED certificates after trainings

THAGARD Lesley Sacher, Director

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Jeff Garis, Director • 40 undergraduate student assistants and graduate assistants trained and supervised • 50,000+ students participated in Career Center programs • 5,728 new career portfolio users registered • 10 Mock Interview Mentors completed 289 mock interviews • 350 students enrolled in 12 sections of SDS 3340, Introduction to Career Development • 19,000+ students attended career outreach programs • 1,500 employers and 12,000 students connected through internships and career expositions by on-campus recruiting programs

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• 500-700 students attended Bobby’s TRUE Seminole tailgate, an alcohol-free initiative, before each home football game • 12,000 students received medical procedures and diagnostic tests • 1,415 students received Health Promotion resources • 13,000+ students attended health promotion education sessions • 57,276 annual visits facilitated • 2,619 flu shots administered • 2,963 psychiatry visits conducted • • • • •

Nikki Pritchett, Director 8,201 counseling sessions provided to 1,917 students 453 emergency assessments conducted to students in psychological crisis 132 preventative mental health outreach presentations made to 9,500 participants Developed and distributed “The UCC Referral Guide” offering a quick and ready reference guide to faculty, staff and administrators dealing with distressed students 28 outreach programs presented to 560 students by RENEW (Realizing Everyone’s Need for Emotional Wellness), the UCC peer educator and student ambassador group


Celebrate Differences OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS Juan R. Guardia, Director • 80 students participated in the 2nd annual Multicultural Leadership Summit • 575 attended American Indian Heritage Month, Asian Awareness Month, Black History Month, & Hispanic Heritage Month programs • 750 participants, along with 70 mentors/mentees, participated in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration • 450 students, faculty, & staff participated in the Multicultural Orientation and Gathering • 50 students attended the Multicultural Graduation and Recognition Ceremony • 350 students attended the Caribbean Student Association Statewide Annual Conference

CENTER FOR ACADEMIC RETENTION AND ENHANCEMENT Angela Richardson, Director • 78% of graduating College Reach-Out Program participants admitted to post-secondary educational institutions • 94% of graduating Upward Bound Program participants accepted to post-secondary educational institutions • 336 students enrolled in the Summer Bridge Program • 1,249 students were supported during fall 2008 and 1,170 students during spring 2009 • 157 CARE participants graduated • 84 participants enrolled from pre-collegiate prep programs state-wide

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Cynthia Green, Director 190+ students and staff participated in the Florida International Leadership Conference, dedicated to providing unique leadership training experience and networking opportunities for international and study-abroad students 400 faculty, students, and staff attended the International Bazaar, a premier cultural event which takes place every spring semester 1000+ faculty, students, and staff attended the International Education Week events 5 students graduated with the FSU Global Pathways Certificate

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Bill Moeller & Laura Osteen, Co-directors 61 students participated in the LeaderShape Institute 224,163 hours of community service documented by students; more than 2 million hours since 1995 $406,169.17 raised by Dance Marathon to support Children’s Miracle Network $58,000 raised by Light the Night to support the fight against domestic violence $90,147.80 raised for Protect Our Professors campaign 13 students awarded Serviceships

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Joyce Howard, Director • $10,145,000 allocated from student activities fees • $406,507 in end-of-the-year sweepings monies allocated • 2,000 hours of service volunteered to the Tallahassee community by 490 participants through SGA’s first ever student-run day of service, The Big Event


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Jeanine Ward-Roof, Dean • 255 students in crisis assisted by a case manager • 4,157 students participated in Greek Life • 57 chapters registered among 5 Greek councils: 11 Multicultural Greek Council Chapters, 15 Panhellenic Chapters, 9 National Pan-Hellenic Council Chapters & 22 Interfraternity Council Chapters • 3.02 average GPA of all Greek students • 7,371 students attended Orientation • 5,411 students participated in One Book / One Campus program • 1,002 students participated in the First Year Experience program • 1,465 students received disability resource services • 22 students served as Greek justices; 21 served as student justices, hearing a total of 124 conduct cases • 1,146 students completed withdrawals • 712 students assisted by Victim Advocate staff • 1,761 students attended 67 presentations given by Victim Advocate staff • 1,040 Student Conduct Code charges given to students

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Bill Clutter, Director 3,131 patrons served through the Paint-a-Pot program in the Art Center 174,911 bowling games hosted and averaged 27 hours of billiard games daily in Crenshaw Lanes 10,495 space reservations processed for a total of more than 22 million square feet 478 student organizations registered as official FSU recognized organizations 28 Market Wednesdays with an average of 75 organizations participating each week 95 events hosted through Union Productions with 24,839 participants and 28 co-sponsored events 96,436 people attended 246 film screenings 14,000 participants attended Seminole Sensation Week 1,172 families participated in Parents’ Weekend 4,000 attended the Warchant Concert and 4,387 attended Pow Wow as part of the Homecoming activities

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Rita Moser, Director 6,130 undergraduates and 791 graduates housed on campus 530 students employed throughout the department 1,617 participants attended 77 programs at Alumni Village 121 FSU students served through one of the four childcare centers on campus 404 students attended 1,813 hours of laboratory experience through the Child Development Center The National Study of Living-Learning Programs recognized Florida State University as one of four institutions in the nation with exemplary residential programs

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Thank you for investing in our students. Corporations, Organizations, and Foundations Aegon USA, Inc. Aerification Plus, Inc. Aerotek, Inc. Aldi, Inc. All Star Equipment Orlando, Inc. Allstate Enterprises Inc. Alpha Railroad Industries American Express Foundation Ameriprise Financial Advisors On-Campus Resources Aramark Corporation AT&T Avant Garb Awards4U Babies R US Baker Area Recreation Association, Inc. Balfour Ring Company Bank of America Foundation Barnett Fronczak Barlowe Architects Baycrest Corporation Big Bend AHEC BJ’S Quality Tropical Plants, Inc. Business for Better Government C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. Capital Counsel, Inc. Capital Regional Medical Center Carr Riggs & Ingram, LLC Caterpilar Inc. Cemex Inc. CGI Technologies & Solutions Inc. Chevron Products Company Chico’s FAS, Inc. Chuluota Veterinary Hospital Circle C Feed & Track CIT Matching Gifts to Education Program City Furniture Clothesline Coastal Properties of Sarasota Colonial Press International, Inc. Convergys Foundation Cooks Custom Service, Inc. Cornerstone Land Surveying, Inc. Corporations Deloitte & Touche Deloitte Foundation DePaul University Dillards Dixie Gulf Arabian Horse Association Eckerd Family Youth Alternatives, Inc. Edyth Bush Charitable Fdn Enterprise Leasing Company Ernest & Julio Gallo Winery Ernst & Young Evergreen Grassing Specialist, Inc. Federated Insurance Federated Mutual Insurance Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fiorini Chiropractic Center, P.A.

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First Data Western Union Foundation Florida Career Centers Foley Insulation, Inc. FSU Bowling Team Garrison Design & Construction, Inc. GE Foundation GFWC Woman’s Club of Tallahassee GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Graco Fertilizer Company Grifs Western, Inc. Halftime Enterprises Harris Corporation Hawks Landing Hitachi Capital America Corporation Holt Family Foundation Home Shopping Network Humana Hungry Howies IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program India Association of Tallahassee Janus Capital Group Jay Bird Express, Inc. JC Penney John Hancock Financial Services Kaplan, Inc. Kegel Company Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company Kilman Dental Knight Foundation KPMG Foundation Lacrosse Donors Lanigan & Associates Law Offices of David Glicken Lehman Brothers Leon County Educational Facility Authorization Leon County Humane Society Lockheed Martin Macy’s Florida Manatee Seminole Club Martha V. Smyth, D.M.D., P.A Max Kade Foundation, Inc. Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. Med-Care Diabetic & Medical Supplies Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. Meyer Real Estate Microsoft Morgan Stanley & Company Morgan Stanley Matching Gifts Morrison Brown Argiz & Farra, LLP Mr. Eric L. Van-Arman and Mrs. Ivannia R. Van Arman Napier Engineering, Inc. NCCI Holdings, Inc. Neck, Back & Headache Relief Center Noah’s Ark Animal Hospital, Inc. Northrop Grumman Osceola Supply, Inc.

Paradies Shops PHH Mortgage Planet Smoothie PotashCorp Powell Family Foundation, Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Progressive Insurance Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts PSS World Medical, Inc. Publix Super Markets, Inc. Pulte Homes Raymond James Financial Reese Family Imperial Capital, LLC Regions Bank Rocksolid Capital LLC Rogers Gunter Vaughn Insurance, Inc. Roger’s Irrigation & Repair, LLC Safe Start Inc. Shell Oil Company SHS Management, LLC Siemens Energy, Inc. SK Johnson Design Skelton Bryant Bryant & Scarboro, PA, CPA’s Southwestern Company State Farm Insurance Steak ‘n Shake, Inc. Stein Mart, Inc. Sunrise Sports Foundation Inc. Sunshine Gasoline Distributors SunTrust Bank Super Perros.Com Fast Food, Inc. Tallahassee Sunrise Rotary Club Tallahassee Welding, Inc. Tampa Bay Seminole Club Target Teach for America, Inc. The Medtronic Foundation The Progressive Corporation The Romero Financial Group The Sherwin Williams Company The Taisho Company, Inc. Titan America, LLC Toys “R” Us Treasure Coast Seminole Club V Services, Inc. Vestal & Wiler CPAs Wachovia Foundation Waffle House Walgreens Wells Fargo Financial Wolseley North America Woodmen of the World, Lodge 2 Wooster Family Imperial, LLC WTAS, Inc. WVFS Donors Yum! Brands Foundation, Inc.


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Mr. Geoffrey S. Aaronson Ms. Ann Abernethy Ms. Colleen Aboud Ms. Terri L. Abramson and Mr. Daniel J. Abramson, Jr. Mr. John P. Ackert and Ms. Akemi Ackert Ms. Jennifer M. Adams and Mr. Thomas L. Adams, III Ms. Norma S. Adams and Mr. Sam H. Adams, Jr. Mr. Moshe Adato and Ms. Suzanne DeBlasioAdato Ms. Adrienne Adrian John E. Agens, Jr., M.D. and Ms. Sharon R. Agens Ms. Debrah M. Agro-Siggins Mrs. Isabel E. Agudelo Ms. Barbara J. Aiello Mrs. Martha S. Aitken and Mr. George Aitken Ms. Barbara S. Aksamit Mr. Frank T. Albano Mr. David L. Albright Ms. Caroline F. Alexander Ms. Cherri Alexander and Mr. Michael D. Alexander Mr. Douglas W. Alford and Ms. Carol Alford Mrs. Antoinette D. Allen Mr. Richard R. Allen Mrs. Tillie Allen Ms. Laurel J. Allie Mr. Jay Allison and Ms. Gail R. Allison Ms. Teddyann Allman Ms. Beverly W. Allphin Mrs. Shirley Alltop and Mr. Harley K. Alltop Ms. Darlene C. Almeda Ms. Lynne B. Amalong and Mr. Paul T. Amalong Mrs. Donna M. Analetto Mr. Lee M. Anderson and Ms. Catherine L. Anderson Mr. Richard K. Anderson and Ms. Ekaterina Anderson Mrs. Ivette Andrade Mr. Henry J. Andringa and Mrs. Beverly J. Andringa Mr. James Anesh and Ms. Joanne Anesh Ms. Rachel M. Antoine Mrs. Sharon I. Arias Ms. Nancy Arico and Mr. Garrett Smith Mr. William D. Armor Ms. Tersa Askew Mr. Robert J. Aspinwall and Ms. Elizabeth Aspinwall Mr. Bob Aszetlos Mr. Joseph A. Auchter Mrs. Jae-Nee Ausley Ms. Anna Auspitz Mrs. Abby Aviles and Dr. Louis Aviles Ms. Beatrice O. Awoniyi Mr. Joseph Ayala Ms. Robin A. Babes and Mr. Robert Babes Mr. Wogan S. Badcock, III and Ms. Michelle E. Badcock Ms. Sylvia H. Badger and Mr. William A. Badger Mr. Fadi Bahri Mr. David A. Bailey Mr. George D. Bailey Ms. Evala R. Bailey Ms. Andrea S. Baitz and Mr. Timothy Baitz Ms. Karen E. Baker and Mr. Dean R. Baker Mr. Robert L. Baker and Mrs. Susan L. Baker

Mrs. Jeanette M. Baker and Mr. Francis L. Baker Ms. Leigh A. Baker Mr. Jeffrey K. Bakich and Ms. Stephanie D. Bakich Mr. Gary G. Bal and Mrs. Debra A. Bal Mrs. Terry Baldridge Mrs. Teresa Baltagi and Mr. Salim M. Baltagi Mr. Walter E. Baltzell Mrs. Leona F. Barbieri Ms. Lori Barnes and Mr. Daniel Barnes Mrs. Carolyn A. Barnes and Mr. Bill Barnes Mrs. Mary M. Barnett and Mr. Paul K. Barnett Ms. Michele Barrentine-Sprockett and Mr. Terry Sprockett Mrs. Courtney L. Barry Ms. Kathryn M. Bauernfeind and Mr. John M. Bauernfeind C. R. Beckenstein, M.D. Mr. Steven A. Been and Ms. Katherine I. McGuire Dr. Cindy L. Behrens Mrs. Mary-Ann A. Behrmann and Mr. Chuck R. Behrmann Ms. Kathy Beilhart Mr. Matthew Bell Mrs. Erika M. Benkovich and Mr. Carl Benkovich Mrs. Ursula M. Bennett and Mr. George J. Bennett Ms. Patti Bennett Mrs. Pamela Benoit Mrs. Cristina C. Benson Mr. Jeff Benton and Ms. Kathy Benton Mr. Frederick J. Berman Mr. Raymond M. Bernardini Ms. Ruth E. Besse Ms. Deborah L. Betourne and Mr. Richard L. Betourne Mr. John Bidwell Dr. Michael Bizimis Ms. Charlotte Blackburn Ms. Grace E. Blackwell and Mr. Mark L. Blackwell Mr. Stephen D. Blades and Mrs. Judy Blades

Mr. Robert D. Blair Ms. Susan M. Blaixill-Deal Ms. Patti P. Blake and Mr. John L. Blake Ms. Tina M. Blessing and Mr. Robert N. Blessing, Jr. Mr. Leonard J. Blihar Mr. John P. Blihar Mr. Burton Bluestone Mr. Joseph Blumenthal and Mrs. Sarah Blumenthal Mr. V. Michael Bocchino and Ms. Jane C. Bocchino Ms. Carol A. Bode and Mr. Charles Bode Dr. Gregory S. Boebinger and Ms. Karen Lynn Gray Boebinger Mr. J.R. Boehm and Ms. Delia D. Boehm Mr. Robert A. Boger and Ms. Amber R. Boger Mrs. Mary Frank Bohner and Mr. Kevin R. Bohner Ms. Susan A. Boiman Miss Jane G. Bondurant Mrs. Maria E. Bonnin and Mr. Miguel B. Bonnin Mr. Weston W. Boone The Honorable A. G. Boone, Jr. Ms. Susan L. Borghi and Mr. John R. Borghi Mr. Michael A. Borkowski and Ms. Nancy Borkowski Mr. Michael P. Bouchette Mrs. Marcia O. Bourdon and Mr. Steven Bourdon Ms. Christine Boutzoukas Mr. J. Vincent Boyle and Mrs. Victoria V. Boyle Mr. James O. Boyle and Ms. Diane Boyle Ms. Melanie L. Bradford and Mr. Dane R. Bradford Mrs. Mercedes Bradley Ms. Joni Brand and Mr. Jack Brand Mr. Bruce Brandewie and Mrs. Nancy J. Brandewie Ms. Lori K. Branham and Mr. Mike Branham Dr. Robert K. Branson and Mrs. Margaret D. Van Every

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or Albert J. and Judith A. Dunlap, having access to higher education as young people was the key to their success in life. So the Dunlaps generously supported the building of the Albert J. & Judith A. Dunlap Student Success Center which is located in the heart of campus. The building consists of approximately 50,000 square feet which is the new home for The Center for Leadership and Civic Education and the Career Center. In addition, the building houses classrooms, computer labs, meeting rooms, a career library, and career advising for students to utilize while they attend FSU. Planning for the building began in 2004 and was dedicated in September 2008. “We have made a very significant gift, but we truly believe that gift will be properly used for the betterment of the students and the institution,” Dunlap said. “And hopefully out of this, the university will continue to produce those great leaders and the fine young people that we’ve seen up there.”

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Ms. Patti R. Breedlove Mrs. Janet F. Bridges Mr. Dave Bright Ms. Beverly C. Brimer and Mr. Richard A. Brimer Ms. Laura E. Brock Ms. Sharon A. Broderick Mr. Ronald E. Brodeur and Ms. Gina E. Brodeur Mr. Jack Brodsky and Ms. Lois West-Brodsky Mr. Robert Brongel and Ms. Susan M. Brongel Mr. Edward G. Brosman and Mrs. Mary H. Brosman Ms. Theresa A. Brown and Mr. Benson Y. Brown Mr. Daniel J. Brown and Mrs. Jeanne M. Brown Ms. Shauna K. Brown and Mr. Frank Brown

Mr. Jack Caloras and Ms. Liza Ann Caloras Ms. Suzanne R. Calvert and Mr. John G. Calvert Mr. Jorge Cambo and Ms. Pilar Cambo Mrs. Rhonda Campagna and Mr. Tim Campagna Dr. Stephen Campbell and Mrs. Lois Campbell Mr. Leslie Roy Campbell and Ms. Robin C. Campbell Mr. Peter M. Camplin, Sr. Ms. Gloria J. Capogna and Mr. Victor Capogna Mr. Manny Cardozo Ms. Ivete Carire Mr. Robert D. Carlson Ms. Barbara R. Carmichael Ms. Leigh Carmody Mr. Eric D. Carr Ms. Christine P. Carroll

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r. Cindy Le, a 1996 grad, generously supported the Center for Leadership and Civic Education’s Summer Serviceship program. A Serviceship is a service internship that gives selected students at Florida State University the opportunity to focus 8 – 12 weeks of their summer on service at a nonprofit agency. Participants concentrate their service on a social need in a specific community. Selected applicants receive a stipend for their participation in this program. Dr. Le was highly involved in the Center for Leadership and Civic Education while a student and continues her involvement as an alum through her generous support. “I support the Center’s work because I know the lessons learned there last a lifetime.” Ms. Barbara Brown Mrs. Jan R. Browne Mr. A. B. Browne, III Ms. Tamesia A. Brown-Wilson Ms. Cathy Brusseau Dr. William A. Bryan and Dr. Marian C. Bryan Mrs. Lynn A. Buchanan Ms. Kimberly J. Buchanan Ms. Patricia Buchsbaum and Mr. Roy Buchsbaum Ms. Jackie A. Buckler Ms. Christine Z. Buckley Mr. Joseph A. Budd Mrs. Florence S. Buenconsejo Ms. Marybeth Bullard and Mr. Glenn Bullard Mrs. Barbara A. Bunce and Mr. Larry E. Bunce Mrs. Melissa W. Bunkers and Mr. Scott R. Bunkers Mr. Robert A. Burke Ms. Hersa A. Burke Mr. Fred A. Burkhart Mrs. Karen J. Burns Mr. Douglas Burtch and Mrs. Brenda C. Burtch Mr. Eric L. Bush and Ms. Amy Autry-Bush Mr. Jason E. Butera Mr. Kurt D. Butler and Ms. Dawn M. Butler Mr. Richard Butwin Mr. Luis A. Cabrera Mr. John Cadden and Mrs. Barbara L. Cadden Ms. Robin D. Cade and Mr. John P. Cade Ms. Linda M. Cairns Ms. Cynthia B. Calder Mr. Edward C. Callaway

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Ms. Kelly Carron Ms. Carla L. Case-Sweeney Mr. Michael Casey and Ms. Tina Casey Mr. Hector D. Castro Ms. Karin K. Castryck and Mr. James Castryck Mrs. Jean S. Catanese Mr. John J. Cavaliere, Jr. Ms. Claudia Cece Ms. Madeleine F. Chambless and Mr. Nelson P. Chambless Mr. John W. Chapman, Jr. and Mrs. Cora M. Chapman Mr. P. Bryant Chase and Ms. Theresa V. Chase Ms. Patricia Chesser and Mr. Jeffrey D. Chesser Ms. Lisa A. Chetkof-Casey and Mr. Troy Casey Mr. William J. Chiodo Mr. Garnett W. Chisenhall, Jr. Mr. Frank R. Chivas and Ms. Jayme Chivas Ms. Marlene Church Mr. Daryl Ciambella Mrs. Martha B. Cianfrone Dr. Russell D. Clark and Dr. Katherine L. Woodward Mr. John J. Clark and Ms. Suzanne A. Clark Ms. Lynne M. Clark Dr. Mary B. Coburn Mr. Steven Cohen and Mrs. Ellen Cohen Ms. Mardie S. Cohen Mr. William J. Cole Mr. J. Michael Coleman and Mrs. Margaret E. Coleman Mr. Matthew A. Collier and Mrs. Sharon R. Collier Mr. John M. Colliton and Mrs. Celeste Colliton

Mr. Carl Colucci and Ms. Candace Colucci Ms. Frances Conley and Mr. Gary Conley Mr. Jeffrey Connelly and Mrs. Heather H. Connelly Ms. Courtney A. Constantino Ms. Elizabeth W. Cook and Mr. J. Robert Cook Mrs. Eleanor L. Cook Ms. Kim S. Coolbroth and Mr. Michael J. Coolbroth Mrs. Maria A. Coppola and Mr. D. Lawrence Coppola Mr. Joseph Corr Mrs. Janet Cortellini Ms. Lorraine M. Cosgrove and Mr. Jeffrey R. Cosgrove Mr. Ronald E. Cosgrove Mr. Kip Cosgrove Ms. Suzanne R. Cote Mrs. Clevion N. Cotton Mrs. Anita Countryman Mrs. Hillary S. Courson Ms. Deborah Courtney Ms. Robin Courtney Mr. William H. Covington and Ms. Jill K. Covington Ms. Barbara A. Cox and Mr. Andrew W. Cox Mr. Walter V. Crabbe Mrs. Stacey O. Crapsey Ms. Mary A. Crayton Mrs. Blanca I. Crespo and Mr. Israel Crespo Ms. Alicia A. Crew and Ms. Janet L. Stoner Mr. Patrick Crisholm Ms. Susan J. Crum and Capt. Alan B. Crum Mrs. Colleen M. Crutchfield and Mr. George K. Crutchfield Mr. J. R. Crutchfield, Sr. and Ms. J. Crutchfield Mrs. Terri E. Cruz and Mr. Reinier Cruz Ms. Lisa C. Cullum and Mr. Michael D. Cullum Mr. Joseph F. Cummings, Jr. Mrs. Mellory G. Currie and Mr. Stanley R. Currie, Jr. Ms. Anne F. Currie Mr. Chuck A. Cuthbertson and Mrs. Susan L. Cuthbertson Ms. Krystyna R. Cwik Lt. Col.(R) William D. Harris and Ms. Laura R. Harris Mrs. Michelle C. Dale and Mr. Randy Dale President H. T. D’Alemberte and Ms. Patsy J. Palmer Mr. Karl D’Ambrosio Mr. Vince F. Damico and Ms. Carolanne Damico Ms. Carol S. Dangelmaier Mrs. Rebecca L. Danner and Mr. Marc L. Danner Ms. Debra A. Davenport and Mr. Joseph E. Davenport Mr. David A. Davidson and Mrs. Terri T. Davidson Ms. Latoya M. Davidson Mr. Brett T. Davidson Mr. John Davidson Mr. William H. Davis (R) Adm. H. J. Davis, Jr. and Mrs. Ernestine H. Davis Mr. Michael R. Day and Mrs. Debra Day Ms. Toni A. De Luca and Mr. Felie De Luca Mr. Richard Debler Mrs. Cynthia A. Degennaro and Mr. Dan Degennaro Ms. Drusilla Delevoe Mr. Kyle Dellerfield


Mrs. Pamela Delois-Zecca Dr. Helena A. Deluca Mrs. Dawn Demarco and Mr. Lenny Demarco Mr. Jeff Demercy and Mrs. Tammy Demercy Mrs. Peggy Dender and Mr. Randall E. Dender Mr. Marc T. Dent Mr. Kevin Derella Ms. Cheryl L. Derstine Raghu Devabhaktuni, M.D. Dr. Michael D. Devine and Judith Jones Devine, Ph.D. Ms. Hayley E. Dewey Ms. Susan A. Dey and Mr. John Dey Ms. Kim M. Di Spirito and Mr. Neil Di Spirito Mrs. Damaris M Diaz-Gormley Mrs. Teresa L. Dibiasio Mr. Tony Diez, Jr. and Ms. Jacque Diez Ms. Alva Digranes and Mr. Jon Digranes Mr. Bradford W. Dillman and Ms. Maria Dillman Ms. Paula D. Dimartino and Mr. Joseph Dimartino Mr. Michael Diminico Dr. James B. DiVincenzo and Ms. Pamela A. DiVincenzo Ms. Karen K. Dixon and Mr. Frank F. Dixon Mr. Mark A. Dobbertien Mr. John J. Dobbie and Ms. Darcy Dobbie Mr. Robert J. Doherty Ms. Julie A. Dolmovich and Mr. Bruce Dolmovich Mr. Dexter D. Domahoski and Mrs. Jane E. Domahoski Ms. Carol A. Doogan Mr. Joseph W. Dorn and Ms. Rebekah A. Dorn Mr. Thomas D. Dorsey and Ms. Sheila Dorsey Ms. Annette Doster Ms. Myrna S. Dowdell Ms. Linda Dowrey Dr. Susan H. Drake, M.D. and Mr. Charles R. Futch Ms. Gloria M. Drogosz Mr. Thomas J. Drumm, III Dr. Fivos R. Drymiotis Mr. John C. Duby and Mrs. Roseann Duby Ms. Elizabeth A. Dudley-Murphey Ms. Linda N. Dugan and Mr. Gareth R. Dugan Mrs. Shirley J. Dugger and Mr. Robert A. Dugger Ms. Camden S. Dumas Mrs. Rebecca M. Duncan Mr. Garrison M. Dundas and Ms. Pamela A. Punkar Mr. Jonathan R. Dwight and Ms. Holly K. Dwight Mr. Glenn Earl Ms. Barbara K. Edgar Mr. Timothy A. Eick and Mrs. Sandra M. Eick Mr. Mark T. Eissey and Ms. Wendy H. Eissey Mrs. Barbara Elsey Mr. Thomas M. Emerick and Mrs. Bernadette N. Emerick Ms. Linda Emilson Mr. Mark Endries Mr. Thomas J. Ennis and Ms. Susan E. Ennis Mrs. Elizabeth H. Ephrem and Mr. Victor L. Ephrem Mr. and Ms. Daniel L. Eppelheimer Mr. William E. Epting and Mrs. Pamela P. Epting Mr. Richard H. Ermish Ms. Barbara K. Eroncig and Mr. James J. Eroncig Mr. James M. Ervin, Jr. and Mrs. Cassandra P. Ervin

Mrs. Sally V. Escott Dr. Babak Etemadi and Judy N. Etemadi, Ph.D. Mr. Thomas A. Etro Mr. Donald J. Eustice Mr. David G. Evans and Ms. Ann C. Evans Mr. Willie J. Evans and Mrs. Willie B. Evans Mr. Jon S. Evans Mr. Dale H. Everhart and Ms. Eileen Everhart Mrs. Cindy B. Evers, L.C.S.W. and Mr. James R. Evers Mr. Robert K. Evert and Ms. Marilynn Evert Mrs. Lar Fajardo and Mr. Noel Fajardo Ms. Laura J. Falco and Mr. Chris Falco Ms. Sharon Fallon and Mr. Richard Fallon Ms. Renee J. Farrell and Mr. J M. Farrell Mr. Glenn Farrell Ms. Renee Farrell Mr. Kevin Farrell Ms. Nadine B. Faucher and Mr. Steven E. Faucher Mr. Anthony F. Federico and Mrs. Kathleen Federico Mr. Todd Feit and Mrs. Carolyn F. Feit Mrs. Tena D. Ferger and Mr. Kenneth R. Ferger Ms. Amy F. Ferguson Thomas Howell Ferguson, PA Ms. Julie Fernbach Mrs. Gail Ferrante Ms. Seneta Ferreira Mrs. Barbara S. Fiedor and Mr. Frank K. Fiedor Ms. Kimberly M. Field Mr. Michael R. Fine Mr. Mark A. Fine Mr. Robert A. Finkel Mr. Tom Finn and Ms. Debbie Finn Dr. Jack T. Fiorito and Dr. Susan S. Fiorito Mrs. Rosemary Fisher and Mr. Allan Fisher Mr. Stephen S. Flager Mrs. Renata B. Flament Ms. Joyce Fleissig Mr. S. Douglas Flinn Mr. Christopher J. Fluehr and Mrs. Lorraine W. Fluehr Ms. Denine Fogel and Mr. Robert Fogel Ms. Pamela W. Fogt and Mr. Thomas A. Fogt Miss Mary K. Fojtik Mr. John P. Formella and Mrs. Nancy A. Formella Mr. John R. Forsyth and Mrs. Kathleen L. Forsyth Ms. Monica M. Fortner Mr. Jackie W. Fortune and Ms. Faye O. Fortune Mr. Arriet V. Foster Ms. Joyce S. Fox and Mr. Monte Fox Mr. Michael R. Frakes and Ms. Teresa M. Frakes Mr. Stephen C. Frasier Mr. Walter G. Frauenheim, Jr. and Ms. Liselotte I. Frauenheim Ms. Bonnie L. Freeman Mrs. Sherry R. Freeman-Scaife Mrs. Tracy L. Frei Mr. Martin Frobisher and Ms. M. Jeanne Grinstead Mrs. Laurie H. Froelich and Mr. Andrew Froelich Ms. Mary J. Funcheon Mr. Jeffrey Funderburk Ms. Helene E. Furry and Mr. Jack V. Furry Mr. John R. Fusek Ms. Maria B. Fwderici Ms. Lynn Gackle Ms. Joan Gade and Mr. Stephen Gade Ms. Judy Gagliardi

Ms. Sherri Gannon and Mr. Patrick Gannon Ms. Maria M. Garami and Mr. Jim Garami Mr. Michael Garbers Mr. Paul E. Garland and Ms. Laura R. Garland Ms. Deborah Garlington Mr. W. B. Garnette and Ms. Lela L. Garnett Mr. Doug Garrison and Ms. Jill W. Garrison Mr. Todd E. Gates Ms. Margaret M. Gauntlett and Mr. Peter S. Gauntlett Mr. Marco Gaviria and Mrs. Jennifer M. Gaviria Ms. Kimberly A. Geiger Ms. Lisa G. Gendal Mr. Paul M. Genke Mr. Karl Gentner Ms. Leah K. Gentry Mrs. Judith L. George and Phillip T. George, M.D. Ms. Lois M. Gerkin Mr. Chris Gerkin Mr. Affan Ghaffari Mr. John A. Ghio and Mrs. Carolyn Ann Egan-Ghio Mr. Cliff Gibbons and Ms. Terri A. Gibbons Ms. Jessica L. Gillespie Ms. Patricia Gilzean Ms. Royetta G. Ginther Mr. Brian A. Girten Mr. Patrick O. Gleason Mrs. Suzie W. Glennon Ms. Chantal Gloor Ms. Janet Glover and Mr. Wayne Glover Mr. Michael Gluckstern and Mrs. April G. Gluckstern Mr. Michael Gocklin and Ms. Phyllis Gocklin Mr. Wesley W. Goebel and Ms. Shannon L. Goebel Mr. Martin A. Goetz and Mrs. Susan R. Goetz Ms. Jane A. Gold and Mr. Howard P. Gold Ms. Robyn Goldstein Mr. Robert M. Golson, Jr. Mrs. Rosa Maria Gomez Ms. Beverly Gonczar Ms. Sandra Goodman Ms. Carolyn S. Goodrich and Mr. Michael P. Goodrich Mr. Jeffery D. Goodrich and Mrs. Meg A. Goodrich Ms. Rebecca C. Goodrich Mr. Laurence Goodrich Ms. Sabrena A. Gottselig and Mr. Rick Gottselig Ms. Sheila Gottsleven and Mr. John Hazelroth Ms. Beatriz C. Govantes Ms. Shannon M. Grant Mr. Hoke S. Grant, Jr. and Mrs. Bettie Jane Grant Ms. Deborah Grassey and Mr. William Grassey Mr. Richard A. Greenberg and Ms. Leigh Ann Greenberg Ms. Jeri D. Greenberg and Mr. Mark A. Greenberg Capt. Karl J. Greene and Ms. Lynn M. Greene Mr. David Greenfield and Ms. Rosie Greenfield Mr. Joseph Greenhaw and Ms. Lauri H. Greenhaw Mrs. Carol L. Gregg and Mr. Kenneth R. Hart Mrs. Julia W. Gregory and Dr. H. Scott Gregory, Jr. Mrs. Marlene A. Greil and Mr. Ira M. Greil Mr. Gregory A. Greunke and Ms. Marie Greunke Mrs. Mary Griffin and Mr. Eric D. Griffin, Jr.

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Mrs. Wynn Grisham and Mr. Glynn G. Grisham Ms. Janet R. Grobstein Mrs. Beth A Gross and Mr. Alan H Gross Ms. Sharon K. Gross Mr. Harold R. Gubnitsky and Mrs. Maria G. Gubnitsky Mr. Gordon E. Guensler and Mrs. Jacqueline G. Guensler Ms. Maria E. Monte Guerrero and Mr. Raul Guerrero Ms. Sandra S. Guidera Ms. Ileana Guitian and Mr. Jose Gutian Ms. Jeanne B. Gund Ms. Alia S. Gupta Ms. Nancy J. Guzman Mr. Jurgen J. Gwin and Ms. Mary Gwin Mrs. Christina L. Hackett and Mr. Thomas E. Hackett Mr. Harold G. Hagins Mr. Christopher A. Hagon and Ms. Carolyn A. Hagon Ms. Denise Haigh and Mr. Kerry Haigh Mr. Gary W. Haines and Ms. Theresa Haines Ms. Leanne D. Hair Mr. Robert J. Halczyn and Dr. Eileen ByrneHalczyn Mr. Douglas K. Hall and Mrs. Karen S. Hall Ms. Cynthia Y. Hall Mr. Leon Hall Ms. Tamaria M. Hamilton and Mr. Thomas G. Hamilton, III Mrs. Bonita Hamilton Ms. Whitney L. Hammers Mr. Philip N. Hammersley and Ms. Susannah M. Hammersley Ms. Alexa C. Hancock and Mr. Christopher E. Hancock Ms. Karen Hand Mr. Jeffrey I. Handler and Ms. Judith M. Jeandros-Handler Mr. Henry B. Handler Mr. John Hannon Ms. Cari Harkness Mr. Michael F. Harley and Mrs. Karen H. Harley Ms. Carrlyn J. Harmer Mr. Robert A. Harper and Ms. Jill L. Harper Dr. Frederick D. Harper Mr. Kenneth Harris and Mrs. Susan Harris Ms. Susan M. Harris and Mr. Mark Harris Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Mr. Timothy M. Harrison and Rev. Karen K. Harrison Mrs. Kimberley H. Harrison Mr. Kirk Hart and Ms. Mary Hart Mrs. Jane M. Hartman Mrs. Jill Hartobey Mrs. Beth A. Haskin Ms. Kelley Hawes and Mr. Lloyd Hawes Mr. Vincent H. Hawes and Ms. Regina A. Hawes Ms. Erin S. Hayes Mrs. Michele Hebert Mr. Kenneth H. Heffner and Mrs. Rachella K. Heffner Ms. Laura L. Heilman Mr. Barry N. Heller Mr. James R. Hellier, III and Ms. Lisa M. Hellier Mrs. Linda K. Henderson and Mr. Kyle C. Henderson Mr. S. Keith Hendrick and Mrs. Annie L. Hendrick Miss Barbara A. Henriques and Mr. Charles Henriques

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Mrs. Roma K. Henry-Wong Mrs. Carol S. Hensley Mr. Julio D. Hernandez Ms. Ana B. Hernandez Ms. Gaye Herndon and Mr. Richard G. Herndon Mr. Richard L. Herr and Ms. Denise E. Herr Ms. Meryl Herran Mrs. Linda Herring and Mr. John Herring Mrs. Marilee E. Hibner and Mr. Donald L. Hibner Mr. Ronald H. Hicks and Mrs. Vicki Hicks Mrs. Gretchen Hill and Mr. Gregory Hill Mr. Marlon A. Hill and Ms. Carla G. Hill Mr. Randall Hindert and Ms. Paula K. Hindert Mr. Ronald H. Hobbs and Mrs. Carolyn F. Hobbs Dr. James R. Hoffman and Ms. Deborah H. Hoffman Mr. Rich Hohman and Ms. Teresa Hohman Mr. Frank A. Holguin and Ms. Liselotte L. Holguin Ms. Gail A. Holl and Mr. Scott Holl Mr. Brian K. Holland Ms. Cynthia L. Hollis Mr. Kenneth E. Holloway, III and Mrs. Lynne T. Holloway Ms. Christina S. Holt and Mr. Charles T. Holt Mr. William L. Holt and Mrs. Debra A. Holt Mr. John Jay Homko and Mrs. Mari Jo Homko Mr. Bruce H. Hornstein Mr. Michael Hornstein Ms. Charlotte Hornstein Ms. Tammie L. Horrell and Mr. P. Sean Horrell Ms. Karen Houser Mr. Steven H. Howard and Ms. Cynthia C. Howard Ms. Patricia Hoyos Mr. Manxing Huang Mr. David Huerta and Ms. Carrie D. Huerta Mr. David L. Huie and Ms. Miriam Huie Mr. Frank D. Huk Mrs. Undra W. Hunnicutt Mr. Douglas F. Hunt and Mrs. Marcie A. Hunt Mr. Paul Huppertz and Ms. Karen Huppertz Mr. Stephen C. Hurd and Mrs. Nancy S. Hurd Mr. Syed Hussain Mrs. Laura Huster and Mr. Steve Huster Mr. John T. Hutterly Mr. Eric M. Hydrick Mrs. Laura Iglesias Dr. Keith Ihlanfeldt and Ms. Susan Ihlanfeldt Ms. Karen J. Irby and Mr. Kenneth Irby Dr. Taneo Ishikawa Mr. Stuart Jablon Ms. Patricia M. Jackson Mr. Bob Jacobson Mr. Isaac Jacobson Mrs. Rose M. James and Mr. Frank James Mrs. Lynn Janasiewicz and Dr. Bruce A. Janasiewicz Mr. John Jarnagin Mr. Kevin Jarrell and Ms. Pam Jarrell Mrs. Veronica E. Jarrett and Mr. Junior Jarrett Ms. Lucianie Jeannot-Romulus and Mr. Herby Romulus Ms. Helen F. Jefferson Mrs. Dianne D. Jenkins Mr. Dale Jensen Dr. Kenneth A. Jessell and Ms. Lorraine B. Jessell Mrs. Judith C. Joffe and Mr. Anthony Q. Joffe Mrs. Marilou Johns Mrs. Margaret Johnson and Mr. James P. Johnson

Mr. William M. Johnson and Mrs. Sandra R. Johnson Mr. Carter W. Johnson and Ms. Vicki Carter Johnson Mr. David W. Johnson and Ms. Susan Glatthorn Johnson Mrs. Lisa W. Johnson Ms. Jennel Johnson Mr. Ethan Johnson Ms. Christine J. Johnston Mr. Anthony Jones and Ms. Janet M. Jones Dr. Robyn R. Jones and Mr. Adrian Moody Ms. Ericka C. Jones Mr. George Joseph Ms. Syinphia G. Joya Ms. Debra A. Jozwiak and Mr. Edward Jozwiak, III Mr. Fred Kagan Michael P. Kahky, M.D. Ms. Amy Kaminski Mrs. Marina Kaplan and Mr. Paul Kaplan Mr. Harold Kaplan and Ms. Charlotte Kaplan Ms. Luz M. Kapper and Mr. Michael Kapper Mr. Chase Karcher Ms. April Karn Mr. Ken Katynski and Mrs. June Katynski Ms. Mary G. Kayhart Ms. Doris M. Keeler and Mr. Chuck Keeler Mrs. Kathryn K. Keeran and Mr. Robert L. Keeran, Jr. Ms. Stephanie Kelley and Mr. Christopher Kelley Mr. Walter Kelley and Ms. Catherine Kelley Mr. Derrick M. Kelly and Ms. Michelle K. Kelly Mrs. Margaret-Ray Kemper and Mr. Kirby W. Kemper Mrs. Pamela M. Kennedy and Mr. Joe A. Kennedy Ms. Deborah M. Kennedy Ms. Elizabeth A. Kennedy Dr. Patrick C. Kennell Mr. Adam L. Kent Mr. Robert Kermitz and Ms. Judith P. Kermitz Mr. William A. Kerr, Jr. Mr. Robert F. Kevers and Ms. Gladys M. Kevers Ms. Cadence K. Kidwell, Ph.D. Stefan A. Kiedrowski, M.D. Mrs. Ruth C. Killinger and Mr. Russell K. Killinger Mrs. Dione R. King and Mr. Bembry B. King Ms. Cathy T. King Ms. Carole A. Kirkwood and Mr. Dan Kirkwood Ms. Catherine C. Klettke and Mr. William A. Klettke Mr. Ryan P. Kline and Ms. Kristin L. Kline Ms. Wanda S. Knight Mr. Will Koch Mrs. Patricia H. Kohler Mrs. Teresa Korade and Mr. Bill Korade Mr. Kostadin Kostadinov Mr. George A. Kowalsky and Mrs. Debra A. Kowalsky Mr. Jason Koza Ms. Patricia Kral Ms. Martha Kramer and Mr. William Kramer Mrs. Adria Krantz Ms. Mary M. Krautheim Mr. Joseph A. Kriss and Mrs. Trina Kriss Mr. Alan M. Kudler Mrs. Diane Kuehn and Mr. Brian Kuehn Ms. Tamara Kulakowski Mr. Randy Kupper and Ms. Donna Kupper Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kushmer


Mr. Les S. Kushner and Mrs. Elizabeth B. Kushner Ms. Marcie Kutner and Mr. Morris Kutner, M.D. Mr. Chip Laborde Mrs. Kelly Lacerra and Mr. Richard L. Lacerra Mr. Robert J. Laier Mrs. Betty Jo Lamb and Mr. Danny Lamb Mrs. Kathy L. Lambert and Mr. Henry Lambert Mr. Jonathan G. Lammers Mr. John L. Lancianese, Jr. and Mrs. Michelle Lancianese Ms. Sara A. Lankler Ms. Elizabeth Lanpher Ms. Tammy A. Lanzi and Mr. Donald J. Lanzi Mrs. Jennifer S. Large Mrs. Elizabeth A. Larkin and Mr. John M. Larkin Mr. John P. Lawler and Ms. Karen Lawler Mrs. Kathleen Lawrence and Mr. John Lawrence Ms. Sarah J. Lawson and Mr. Stephen M. Lawson Dr. Cindy T. Le Mrs. Josephine Lebar Mrs. Linda G. LeBlanc Mrs. Ketty Ledan and Mr. Patrick Ledan, Sr. Ms. Irene H. Lee and Mr. William C. Lee Ms. Joan R. Lee and Mr. Robert A. Lee Mr. Scott C. Lehr and Ms. Debra Lehr Mrs. Judy A. Leinbach and Mr. G. Terry Walker Mrs. Janice W. Lemp Mrs. Lynn M. Lenahan Mrs. Anastasia E. Lenfest Ms. Monica S. Lentini Mrs. Caryl Leone and Mr. Tom Leone Mr. William R. Lepere and Ms. Monica J. Lepere Mrs. Robin K. Leptrone and Mr. Jeff L. Leptrone Ms. Carrie S. Leveridge and Mr. Richard J. Leveridge Mr. Nathaniel W. Levine and Mrs. Marilynn R. Levine Mr. Daryl R. Levine Dr. David Levine Mr. Robert Levit Ms. Leslie Lewinter-Suskind and Robert Suskind, M.D. Mrs. Amy Lewis and Mr. Robert S. Lewis Dr. Diane T. Lewis and Dr. Daniel D. Lewis Mr. Thomas A. Lewis Mr. Xiaozhong Liao and Ms. Jimei Tong Mr. Keith R. Lietzke and Mrs. Barbara C. Lietzke Mrs. Ruth Link Mr. William A. Lintz and Ms. Mary K. Lintz Mrs. Linda N. Lipnicki and Mr. Kenneth S. Lipnicki Mr. Rick M. Lipps and Ms. Geri Lipps Mr. Sandy M. Lipson and Mrs. Sonia Lipson Mrs. Teresa Little and Mr. William Little Mrs. Janet C. Little Ms. Sheena Lloyd and Mr. Brian Lloyd Mr. Charles F. Lockett and Ms. Leslie Lockett Mrs. Nancy S. Lomauro Mr. Anthony M. Lombardo and Mrs. Barbara J. Lombardo Mr. Gregory P. London and Mrs. Sabra L. London Ms. Emily B. Loos Ms. Sheryl R. Louden Mrs. Mary E. Lovewell and Mr. Dave Lovewell Ms. Keila S. Loynaz and Mr. Efrain Loynaz Mrs. Joanne K. Luckman and Mr. Eric H. Luckman

Mr. Michael Ludes Ms. Shelley S. Lunde Mr. Franco Lungo and Ms. Barbara Lungo Ms. Linda J. Lyons and Mr. Joseph Lyons Mr. Phillip C. Lyons Ms. Patricia A. MacDonald Mr. Timothy Maddock and Mrs. Mary B. Maddock Mr. Douglas P. Madill and Mrs. Sharon L. Madill Ms. Carol D. Madison and Mr. Phillip L. Madison Ms. Robin Magaril and Mr. Barry Mittelberg Mr. Jerry F. Magnan Mr. Matthew R. Maiorano Ms. Lynne A. Maitland Mrs. Anne S. Maki-Jokela and Mr. Siesa MakiJokela Mrs. Pamela C. Malamphy and Mr. Gerald E. Malamphy Ms. Phyllis A. Malcom Mr. Jaime F. Maldonado and Ms. Isabel F. Maldonado Mr. Peter D. Maller and Ms. Trisha Maller Mr. S. Shawn Mallet Mrs. Beverly J. Malmberg Mrs. M. Janie Manasco and Mr. Bobby L. Manasco Mr. Joseph A. Mancini and Ms. Beth A. Mancini Mrs. Alicia A. Mangham and Mr. Michael J. Mangham Ms. Patricia Mannello-Baron and Mr. Evan H. Baron Mr. Jefferson N. Manners Ms. Virginia T. Manry

Ms. Ruth M. Marcec Mrs. Kate March Ms. Kyra Marchesini and Mr. Gregory Marchesini Lt. Col. Ernest P. Marcone and Mrs. Holly M. Marcone Mrs. Marcela Marcos and Mr. Martin Marcos Mr. William D. Marcum, Sr. Dr. Nancy H. Marcus Ms. Janet Margrave Mr. Henry T. Markey Mr. Dale R. Marlow and Ms. Diane R. Marlow Mr. Gary M. Marsh and Ms. Melissa L. Marsh Ms. Zaida M. Marte and Mr. Bernardo Marte Mr. Douglas W. Martin Ms. Frances Martin Ms. Laura P. Martinez and Mr. Antonio Martinez Mr. Bob and Liz Maryanski Ms. Michaela M. Mason and Dr. Christopher Mason Mrs. Alexis A. Mason Ms. Sally J. Mathis and Mr. William J. Mathis Ms. Laura L. Matlas Mrs. Pamela J. Matthews and Mr. Howard E. M. Matthews Ms. Virginia E. Maurer Dr. Paul Mavima Mrs. Donna E. Maxa Mrs. Joan G. Maxwell and Mr. Michael J. Maxwell Ms. Danielle D. May Ms. Sharon L. Mayes and Mr. Victor L. Mayes Mr. Richmond Mayo-Smith and Ms. Nancy F. Mayo-Smith Ms. Lauren C. Mays Mr. Vincent McAteer and Mrs. Donna McAteer

Ernst & Young — One of FSU’s Most Consistent Corporate Recruiters The FSU Career Center offers a Placement Partner program to corporations interested in increasing their profile and recruiting identity on campus while contributing to the university. Ernst &Young has been a long standing successful corporate recruiter at FSU and is a Gold-level Placement Partner. Ernst & Young is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services with 130,000 employees united by shared values and an unwavering commitment to quality. Through an annual contribution of $4,000, Ernst & Young receives free employer registration at the fall and spring Seminole Futures Career Exposition, a full page ad in the primary Career Center publication, The Career Guide distributed to over 5,000 students as well as electronic acknowledgment with their corporate logo displayed on the Career Center website and plasma screen monitors located in the new Dunlap Success Center. Ernst & Young’s contribution supports production of The Career Guide, one of the leading university career center publications at the national level. In addition, Ernst & Young sits on the Career Center Advisory Board and has established a consistent presence at FSU through attending career days and conducting on-campus interviews. This level of campus identity coupled with their reputation as a world-class accounting firm, enabled Ernst & Young to be among the top 20 employers of FSU graduates during 2008.

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Ms. Nicole N. McCann Ms. Carolyn McCarthy and Mr. Don A. McCarthy Ms. Linda S. McCarthy Mr. Willis E. McCarty and Mrs. Betty A. McCarty Mrs. Deanne McClintock Mrs. Cheryl L. McCluskey and Mr. James D. McCluskey Mr. Patric R. McConn and Mrs. Andi McConn Mr. Donald P. McCredie Ms. Deborah R. McCrory Ms. Luann S. McDaniel and Mr. Jeff McDaniel Ms. Maria D. McDonald and Mr. David McDonald Mr. Stephen McDowell and Ms. Norma Reesor McDowell Mrs. Deborah Mcgillen Mr. Patrick M. McGrath and Ms. Mary E. McGrath Ms. Judy A McGraw Mrs. Joan K. McInerney Mrs. Kathy Y. Mckay Mrs. Lisa O. McKean and Mr. William J. McKean Ms. Eileen A. McKeon and Mr. Robert H. McKeon Ms. Jane P. Mckinney and Mr. Steve Mckinney Ms. Janis McLean Mr. Shawn A. Mclemore and Ms. Jacquelyn F. McLemore Mr. Christopher T. McLeod and Mrs. Erica McLeod Mrs. Kimberly Lovelace McMahon and Mr. James T. McMahon Mrs. Maria McNaughton Mr. Clyde McNeal Mr. Patrick M. McNeely and Mrs. Janice D. McNeely Mrs. Laura K. McNeill and Mr. Ray Premuroso Ms. Mary W. McNeill Ms. Carolyn K. McNulty and Mr. Kevin M. McNulty Ms. Lisa M. Medina Mrs. Mary K. Megivern Mr. Bruce E. Meintjies Gregory C. Meissner, Attorney Mr. Micheal Y. Meixner and Ms. Dana Meixner Dr. Enrique R. Mendez Mr. Javier Mendoza and Ms. Maritza Mendoza Mr. James D. Merkel Ms. Myriana Merkovic-Orenstein Mrs. Mayra Mesa and Mr. Roberto Mesa Ms. Sherri J. Meyer and Mr. Anthony L. Meyer Mr. Robert Meyer Mr. Kyle S. Meyer, Jr. Mr. Gus Meyjes Mrs. Karen P. Michunas Terance F. Millan, M.D. and Dr. Susan L. Millan Mrs. Peggy Miller and Mr. Frank W. Miller Lt. Jack Miller and Ms. Marilyn B. Miller Ms. Janet L. Miller Ms. Barbara Mills Mr. C. E. Milsted Ms. Susan Mindel Mr. Walter L. Mingledorff and Mrs. Maria E. Mingledorff Mrs. Zuli Miranda and Mr. Mannuel B. Miranda Mr. Barry M. Miskin and Ms. Rita M. Miskin Mrs. Diane C. Mitchell and Mr. Gary Mitchell Ms. Julia M. Mitchell Ms. Charlotta Mitchell Dr. Robert G. Moering Ms. Marilan Moir

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Mr. Jesus Mojica and Ms. Teresa B. Mojica Ms. Cecilia L. Molnar and Mr. William J. Molnar Mr. Christopher N. Moody and Ms. Janice Moody Mr. Joseph C. Moore Ms. Mindy A. Mora Ms. Theresa F. Morale and Mr. Gerald C. Morale Ms. Kelly Morecroft Mr. Robert C. Morell and Ms. Venita W. Morell Mr. James J. Moroney and Mrs. Julie A. Moroney Ms. Cheri C. Morrill and Mr. Philip H. Morrill Mr. J. Michael Morris and Mrs. Holli Morris Mrs. Wyn J. Morris Mr. Gregory Neal Morrison and Mrs. Kathleen B. Morrison Mr. Donald C. Morrow and Ms. Ann J. Morrow Mr. Richard M. Morton and Ms. Jeanmarie P. Morton Dr. Rita M. Moser Ms. Madeline Moses and Mr. John Moses Mr. David M. Moses and Mrs. Carolyn Moses Mrs. Barbara C. Motos Ms. Terry M. Mueller and Mr. Michael A. Mueller Mr. Alexander R. Mullineaux and Mrs. Michelle G. Mullineaux Ms. Mary Mumford Mr. Gregg Munn and Mrs. Tracy H. Munn Mr. Phillip M. Murawski and Ms. Mary J. Murawski Mrs. Cynthia Murphy and Mr. Scott Murphy Mr. Thomas P. Murphy and Ms. Lynda P. Murphy Mr. Joshua M. Murphy Mrs. Rachel Murray and Mr. John J. Murray Mr. William E. Murray and Ms. Ethel L. Murray Ms. Constance C. Murray Mr. James A. Mustelier Mrs. Leslie Myers Mrs. Ann C. Mytych and Mr. Jerry Mytych Ms. Linda S. Nagatani and Mr. Frank H. Nagatani Ms. Barbara J. Nall and Mr. Thomas D. Nall Mr. Roy T. Napier and Mrs. Jacqueline C. Napier Mr. Kenneth J. Napier and Ms. Cynthia A. Napier Mr. Francis J. Nardozza and Mrs. Ann M. Nardozza Mr. Cesar Navarro Mr. Marshall H. Neal Mr. Kevin P. Neary and Ms. Mary E. Neary Mrs. Holly H. Nelligan and Mr. Kevin N. Nelligan Ms. Mila Neumann Mr. Vincent R. Neville, Jr. and Ms. Suzanne M. Neville Mr. Bruce Newman and Mrs. Barbara S. Newman Mrs. Theresa Ng Ms. Hoa V. Nguyen Ms. Maureen Nichols Ms. Barbara G. Nicklaus Mr. Jack W. Nicklaus, II Mr. Nicholas Nickolas Mr. Dave Noll and Ms. Brenda Noll Ms. Desiree A. Norman Mr. Lester H. Norton and Ms. Venita Norton Mr. E. J. Nosari Ms. Caroline Nugent Ms. Irma R. Nunez Ms. Sharon S. O’Connor and Mr. Michael E. O’Connor Ms. Robin O’Connor Mr. David A. Odahowski and Ms. Heather M. Odahowski Mr. Robert W. O’Donnell

Mrs. Patricia E. O’Donnell Mr. Edward O’Hara Ms. Patricia A. Ohler and Mr. Michael Ohler Mr. William O’Leary Ms. Christine O’Meilia Ms. Virginia M. O’Neil and Mr. Stephen M. O’Neil Ms. Mia Orange Ms. Glenda E. Ostrander Mr. Sean P. O’Sullivan Mr. John E. O’Sullivan, III and Mrs. Maureen E. O’Sullivan Mrs. Mary R. Ott and Mr. Frederick K. Ott Mr. Gary W. Owens Mrs. Ameli Padron-Fragetta and Mr. William A. Fragetta Ms. Paula A. Page and Mr. Chris W. Page, Jr. Mr. Christopher R. Page Ms. Janet L. Palmer Mrs. Dolores C. Palompo and Mr. Petronilo V. Palompo Ms. Tobi C. Pam Mr. Robert T. Pando and Mrs. Patricia N. Pando Mrs. Phyllis Panici and Mr. Phillip P. Panici Mr. David P. Parker Ms. Deborah Parmer Mr. Reginald A. Partridge Mr. Samuel H. Pasley, IV Mr. Stephen Pass Mr. Jamie Pasternak and Ms. Hellen Pasternak Mr. James E. Pastier and Ms. Gina M. Pastier Mr. Michael W. Pastier and Ms. Eleanor Pastier Mr. Harry Pastuszek, Jr. Mr. Richard M. Patterson and Ms. Alina M. Patterson Ms. M’Lisa D. Patterson and Mr. Bradley D. Patterson Mr. Alan G. Payne Mrs. Diana L. Payne Ms. Kathy A. Pease and Mr. Kevin Pease Dr. Michael W. Peebles and Mrs. Claudia M. Peebles Ms. Margaret M. Pelton and Mr. Donald W. Pelton, Jr. Mr. Michael J. Pembroke Ms. Leidys Pena Mrs. Susan M. Penn and Mr. John Penn Mr. Joseph J. Pepitone and Mrs. Joanne Pepitone Mr. Michael T. Pepper and Ms. Cheryl G. Pepper Mr. Daniel G. Percy Ms. Maria Perez Mr. R. Douglas Peters and Ms. Mary J. Peters Ms. Evelyn Petrie Mr. Andrew R. Pettit and Ms. Karen Pettit Mr. Andrew R. Pettit, Jr. Mrs. Alice R. Pfeifer and Mr. Robert C. Pfeifer Mr. William B. Pfost and Mrs. Bonnie F. Pfost Mrs. Susan F. Phelps and Mr. Ronald C. Phelps Mr. Jeffrey S. Phipps Mr. Justin T. Pickett Mrs. Adriane I. Piehl and Mr. Michael R. Piehl Mr. Greg J. Pierce Mr. Walter H. Pillsbury and Mrs. Virginia J. Pillsbury Ms. Deborah S. Pinero Ms. Marie A. Pinner Mr. William E. Pipkin and Mrs. Shirley D. Pipkin Mr. John Pisano Ms. Michelle A. Plank Ms. Sharon M. Plank Ms. Barbara G. Plank Mrs. Mary Beth Plank-Mezo Ms. Margaret Platt Ms. Lisa R. Pockrus and Mr. Alex Pockrus


Mr. Stephen D. Podnos and Mary T. Podnos, M.D. Ms. Maritza R. Polan and Mr. Robert M. Polan Ms. Shelli E. Pollack and Mr. Bennett Pollack Dr. J. Wyatt Pope and Mrs. Jeanne A. Pope Ms. Deborah Poplawski Ms. Reba R. Powers Dr. Penny R. Powers Mr. Freddie L. Poynor Mr. James W. Prescott, III and Ms. Jennifer S. Prescott Ms. Tena L. Preston and Mr. Daniel H. Preston Ms. Delphine Preziosi and Mr. Fred Preziosi Ned I. Price, P.A. Ms. Francine Priddy Mrs. Jane R. Pritchett and Mr. Barry Pritchett Dr. Carol D. Pyles Ms. Dana E. Quigley Mr. James Radike and Ms. Susan K. Radike Ms. Denise Rae and Mr. David R. Rae Mr. Paul W. Ragan and Ms. Cynthia S. Ragan Mr. Michael L. Ragans and Ms. Diane M. Ragans Mr. James W. Ragans and Mrs. Sherrill W. Ragans Mrs. Renee W. Rains and Mr. Scott A. Rains Mr. John F. Ralph, Jr. and Ms. Kathy Ralph Mrs. Carmen M. Ramirez and Mr. Ignacio A. Ramirez, M.D. Ms. Denise L. Ramirez Mr. Charles M. Rand Ms. Leslie A. Rapach Mr. Drew M. Rashbaum and Ms. Elizabeth K. Rashbaum Dean David W. Rasmussen and Mrs. Joanne Rasmussen Mrs. Marian L. Raupp and Mr. Kenneth N. Raupp Ms. Patricia H. Reager and Mr. Robert Reager Dr. Robert C. Reardon and Dr. Janet Gale Lenz Ms. Sharon Rebholz and Mr. Ron R. Rebholz Mr. Charles R. Redding and Mrs. Leslie S. Redding Mr. Joseph A. Reese and Ms. Lillian A. Reese Ms. Julie A. Reid and Mr. Julian M. Reid Ms. Mary S. Reid and Mr. Robert Reid Mrs. Deborah M. Reidy and Mr. William G. Reidy Mr. Donald F. Reinhold and Ms. Karen Reinhold Ms. Kimberley S. Renick Ms. Melje A. Reyes and Mr. Randolph C. Reyes Mr. Robert F. Reyes and Mrs. Karen A. Reyes Mr. Charles W. Richardson Ms. Sandra K. Richardson Ms. Antoinette Richmond and Ms. Scott Richmond Mr. Courtney A. Ricketts Ms. Pearl G. Riley Mr. Brandon M. Ring Mrs. Liliane N. Rique Ms. Susan Risk Comm. Stacy J. Ritter and Mr. Russ K. Klenet Ms. Delia M. Rivero Mr. Robert B. Rives and Ms. Gwenn J. Rives Ms. Ruth Roaza and Mr. Honesto P. Roaza Mrs. Dawne E. Roberts and Mr. Bruce D. Roberts Mr. Michael Z. Roberts and Mrs. Tance E. Roberts Mr. Kevin Robick Mr. Bryan Robik Cdr. Dale G. Robinson Ms. Brenda H. Robinson Ms. Denise P. Robinson Mr. Andres Rocafort and Ms. Colleen M. Rocafort Ms. Dawn T. Roccanti

Mrs. Dana B. Rock Mr. Erin M. Rodgers Mr. Douglas P. Rodriguez Mr. Larry G. Rogers, Jr. and Mrs. Linette A. Rogers Mr. Jeffrey P. Rohr and Michele L. Rohr, M.D. Mr. David Roll Colonel Michael Rollison and Ms. Barbara J. Rollison Dr. Enrique Romeu Mr. Robert P. Romig and Ms. Patricia A. Romig Mrs. Tersea F. Ronayne and Mr. James J. Ronayne Mr. Randolph Roppelt and Mrs. Janet Roppelt Mr. Michael D. Rosen and Ms. Patricia K. Rosen Mrs. Teresa G. Rosen and Mr. David Rosen Ms. Jodi M. Rosen Mrs. Wilma M. Rosenbloom Mrs. Deborah Ross Mrs. Julie C. Rouse and Mr. Danny E. Rouse Ms. Lyba W. Rousso and Mr. Harold W. Rousso Mr. Peter Rowe and Ms. Carla Rowe Ms. Joan Rowland Mr. Richard J. Ruggiero Ms. Joan J. Runk Mr. Christian M. Rusnock Mrs. Maryann G. Russano and Mr. Joseph W. Russano Mr. Ken Russi Ms. Lesley K. Sacher Mr. Matthew G. Sachse Dr. Karen Saef and Dr. Jerold Saef Mrs. Amy G. Safriet and Mr. Kent Safriet Mr. David L. Sagaser Mrs. Judy B. Salah and Jack J. Salah, M.D. Mr. John P. Salamon and Ms. Jean C. Salamon Ms. Lynn Salmon Mr. John R. Saltsman Mr. Costante Salvador and Ms. Sarah Salvador Mr. Robert L. Samons Mr. Frank Samuelson and Ms. Louise B. Samuelson Mr. Gary Sandala and Ms. Darlinie Sandala Mr. Bill Sanders L. Steve Sarbeck, M.D. and Mrs. Teresa L. Sarbeck Mr. Harry Sargeant, III and Ms. Deborah Sargeant Mrs. Patricia M. Saunders and Mr. William C. Saunders Mrs. Denise M. Savino and Mr. Thomas J. Savino Ms. Rajendra K. Sawh Ms. Susan Schaeffer Mr. Richard G. Schell Mr. Steven F. Schiess and Ms. Eva L. Schiess Ms. Lori Schievenin and Mr. Jeff Schievenin Mrs. Caron F. Schiff and Martin A. Schiff, M.D. Mrs. Scarlett Schilling and Mr. Rick Schillings Mr. Kenneth R. Schilling and Dr. Gale A. Workman Dr. Carl P. Schmertmann and Ms. Kristen K. Hagen Ms. Jody Schnell Dr. Ruth Schobel Mr. Stephen T. Schor Mr. Thomas M. Schrader Mrs. Marcia A. Schram and Mr. William M. Schram Ms. Catherine M. Scott and Mr. Gregory L. Scott Ms. Lynda Scourtis Mr. Pierre J. Seacord and Ms. Joanmarie K. Seacord Mr. Edward P. Seagram Mr. Kerry Seal Ms. Laura Seff

Mr. Jason E. Segarra Mr.Thomas E. Segers, Jr. and Lauren E. Segers, Ph.D. Mr. Roy H. Seivwright and Ms. Veronica Ferguson Seivwrig Mr. Madhu M. Sethi and Mrs. Ila Sethi Dr. Michael Shahnasarian and Ms. Jean M. Shahnasarian Ms. Marcia Shallow and Mr. Michael H. Shallow Mr. Jeffrey B. Sharkey Mr. Tarik A. Sharrieff and Ms. Lori Sharrieff Mr. Michael Shelly and Mrs. Nancy Shelly Brig. Gen. Mike K. Sheridan and Mrs. Nancy C. Sheridan Mr. Doug J. Sherman and Mrs. Holly W. Sherman Mr. Michael J. Sherman Mr. Jerome A. Sherman Ms. Teri M. Sherman William Sherman, M.D. Ms. Danielle A. Sherriff Ms. Cindy Sherwin Ms. Sharon A. Shreve Mr. Charles R. Sicignano Ms. Jacqueline Simmonds Mr. Richard G. Simmons and Mrs. Kay U. Simmons Mrs. Debbie Simon Mr. James M. Simonelli and Ms. Diana Simonelli Ms. Cynthia Simons and Mr. Javier Simons Mr. David Sims and Mrs. Kathy S. Sims Ms. Sarah P. Singleton Mr. Stephen Sinkoe Mr. James A. Sirignano and Ms. Therese M. Sirignano Mr. Alan J. Sjogren and Mrs. Deborah A. Sjogren Mr. Ronald T. Sjogren Hon. Hilmar S. Skagfield, Sr. and Mrs. Kristin F. Skagfield Ms. Barbara J. Skrak Ms. Donna M. Slomins and Mr. Michael Slomins Mr. Bernard M. Smith and Ms. Delores A. Smith Ms. Pamela H. Smith and Mr. Charles Smith Ms. Theresa C. Smith and Mr. Brian J. Smith Ms. Carla E. Smith and Mr. Brad Smith Ms. Joan A. Smith Mr. Kenneth Snyder and Mrs. Aprile S. Snyder Mr. Chuck Snyder Ms. Iieana Sosa Ms. Jacqueline L. Soukup Mr. Jeffrey Soukup Mrs. Mary H. Soule Mrs. Lauren M. Speed and Mr. Dennis A. Speed Mr. Richard J. Spencer, Jr. and Mrs. Lisa M. Spencer Mr. Paul Spikes and Ms. Lisa A. Spikes Mrs. Debby Sprechman and Mr. David Sprechman Mrs. Ann M. Springhetti and Mr. Dave Springhetti Mr. James M. Spronatti Ms. Holly Stachelberg Mr. Bradley J. Stackpoole Mrs. Patricia Stark and Mr. Kenneth Stark Ms. Dorothy Stark-Kane and Mr. John P. Kane Mrs. Karin J. Staruch and Mr. Kevin J. Staruch Mrs. Patricia A. Steele and Mr. Douglas S. Steele Mr. Christopher A. Steiner and Mrs. Lisa G. Steiner Dr. Lee P. Stepina

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D I F F E R EN Mr. Albert J. Stevens, Sr. and Ms. Anabel T. Stevens Mr. Douglas E. Stewart and Mrs. Rebecca S. Stewart Mrs. Kathleen Stillwell-Myers Mr. Bradley J. Stitt and Ms. Angela Stitt Mr. Alan J. Stitzer Mr. Thomas M. Stokes and Mrs. Debie Stokes Mrs. Margaret M. Stone Mr. Howard L. Stoughton and Mrs. Elane Stoughton Mr. Paul Stout Mrs. Diane M. Stover and Mr. James C. Stover Mr. Jeffrey A. Stoy and Mrs. Leslie C. Stoy Mr. Patrick M. Strickland Mr. Mark G. Striffler Ms. Georgiana S. Strode Ms. Angela M. Strouse and Mr. Jeffrey B. Strouse Ms. Jay E. Strouse and Mr. Michael M. Strouse Mr. Lane O. Strumlauf Mr. Charles E. Stubbs, Sr. and Mrs. Joy A. Stubbs Mrs. Coralia S. Stuhlmuller and Mr. Stephen S. Stuhlmuller Mr. Kenneth M. Suarez and Ms. Leane T. Suarez Mrs. Suzanne Suarez-Shea and Mr. Patrick Shea Mr. Paul Suid Dr. John J. Sullivan and Ms. Susan G. Sullivan Mr. Lara A. Sumerson Mr. Robert J. Swick, Jr. and Ms. Kathy A. Swick Mr. Paul Swirbul Mrs. Barbara A. Sypien and Mr. Peter L. Sypien Mr. Joseph Tangredi and Ms. Rose Tangredi Mrs. Karen Taplin Ms. Marilyn F. Taskalos Mr. Wayne Tate and Mrs. Marsha M. Tate Mr. James E. Taylor and Ms. Karen K. Taylor Mr. Don W. Taylor Mr. Alex Taylor Mrs. Kathleen Taylor Mr. Richard E. Templin, III Mrs. Georgiana Teschel Mr. Howard Tescher and Ms. Hillary Tescher Ms. Susan A. Texeira and Mr. William Texeira Mr. Joseph B. Then and Ms. Mary Ann Then Mrs. Mary-Frances Adams Thomas and Lt. Col. William H. Thomas Mr. James A. Thomas Ms. Kimberly S. Thomas Mrs. Jackie K. Thompson and Mr. Charles W. Thompson Mrs. Joan A. Thompson and Mr. James P. Thompson Mrs. Sandra K. Thompson Mr. James I. Thomson and Ms. Kimberly Thomson Mr. Michael W. Thornal and Mrs. Molly C. Thornal Ms. Adelina C. Thorwarth Mrs. Paula R. Tiller and Mr. F. Carlyle Tiller, Jr. Mr. Steve G. Timberlake and Ms. Candy Timberlake Mr. David M. Timlin and Ms. Mary M. Timlin Mr. Jack T. Tinsley and Ms. Adriane C. Tinsley Ms. Nedra K. Tinsley Mr. Nagesh R. Tirumalasetty Ms. Nathalie M. Tochou Ms. Susan C. Tolbert Ms. Lidia C. Toledo The Honorable Richard Tombrink, Jr. and Mrs. Lynn P. Tombrink Mr. Jeff Tomeo and Ms. Barbara Tomeo Ms. Jo Ellen Tomlinson Mr. Jerald Torano

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