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Letter from the President C O N T E N T S

It is turning out to be another great year for Georgia College! nce again, we have been nationally recognized by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance as a “Top 100 Value” among public universities in the United States. And we have continued to attract some of the brightest students in the state. Our current group of freshmen has the highest SAT scores we have recorded, and we’re now forced to turn away almost half of the qualified high school seniors who apply for admission. Despite our growing popularity, we are committed to capping enrollment in order to preserve the more intimate learning experience we provide to our students.

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Our success has now put us in the top ranks of public universities. But, as always, we know we can be even better. And so, a big part of my job – and one of the most enjoyable — is to find new and exciting ways to meet our mission as the state’s designated “Public Liberal Arts University.” As you will read in this issue of Connection, one of the ways we are meeting this challenge is to identify “Pillars of Distinction” that exemplify why Georgia College is so very special. In addition to providing us with the opportunity to enhance our reputation, they also allow us to focus on making meaningful improvements that truly make a difference in the academic experience we offer. One of these improvements is to build on the “out of classroom” experiences that are available to our students. These include such things as expanded opportunities to study abroad, community service projects, internships, mentoring programs, and participation in faculty-led research projects.

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Short takes on news and events at GCSU.

Pillars of Distinction help define Georgia College.

Updates on notable developments.

How two very different academic programs work together.

Sports All the latest on your Georgia College Bobcats.

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Honor Roll of Donors

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News about classmates and fellow alumni.

Recognizing those who have supported Georgia College.

Alumni Weekend and Homecoming.

Of course, to be successful these programs will require new levels of resources — tuition and state revenue are never sufficient to support the unique programs that take Georgia College beyond the ordinary. This is why your support is so critical — and so appreciated. With your help, Georgia College can continue its rise as one of the finest liberal arts universities in the nation. And that is something of which we all can be proud. Sincerely,

Dorothy Leland President Dorothy Leland Vice President for External Relations and University Advancement Amy Nitsche Director of University Communications Bryan Jackson

CONNECTION Spring 2008, Vol. XVII, No. 2 Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.

Senior Photographer Tim Vacula Graphic Designer Jon M. Scott

Please send change of address, class notes and deaths to: University Advancement Campus Box 96 Milledgeville, GA 31061 joi.thomas@gcsu.edu GCSU Campus Box 97 Milledgeville, GA 31061 bryan.jackson@gcsu.edu

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Thunder He dances. He prances. He cheers. He jeers. And he rallies the crowds.

Bell Hall green space completed

You’ve seen him. He’s Thunder — the new Georgia College & State University bobcat mascot. He’s become an instant icon to Georgia College athletics and a hit with fans. Thunder is the new staple at all GCSU sports and student activities and the brainchild of The Thundercats, a GCSU student spirit group. Jason Hendrix, vice president and mascot chairman of the Thundercats, says that Thunder’s arrival on campus is a “good start to building a tradition.” “It gives GCSU not just a representative on paper but an easily recognized ambassador to the community and university,” Hendrix said. The Thundercats, who visit every GCSU athletic home game, began to realize that most schools that compete with GCSU had mascots. And after Hendrix won a trip to the NCAA Final Four, it became painfully obvious to him that GCSU needed a mascot. When he returned to Milledgeville, Hendrix and The Thundercats began researching other schools mascots and pieced together the idea of “Thunder,” the GCSU Bobcat. Thunder was 10 months in the making. “We tried to get sponsorships to pay for the costume, but it didn’t pan out,” Hendrix said. “So, through collaboration with the GCSU Student Government Association, we created the Student Allotment Budget Committee. We collected dollars, pennies, rooted through couches, and finally we had enough money to get Thunder.” At 7 feet tall, Thunder is the largest bobcat in the southeast and definitely the most spirited. His biography on The Thundercats website says he is always on the prowl and “serves as an intregal part” of the community programs of Georgia College & State University athletics. He makes appearances at local schools, hospitals and charity events throughout Milledgeville and the surrounding community. “When taking time out for himself, the big green bobcat enjoys dancing, playing and exploring downtown Milledgeville and lies back at home watching ESPN,” the website states.

At 7 feet tall, Thunder is the largest bobcat in the southeast and definitely the most spirited.

he newly paved sidewalks east of Bell Hall complete the circle of Georgia College’s main campus. Now students can reach any building around the main campus without leaving the encircling sidewalk. The six-month project meets Georgia College’s master plan guidelines by improving pedestrian safety, enhancing campus landscaping, providing linkage to academic buildings and increasing ADA accessibility. “This project completes the campus master plan for landscaping and accessibility for the main campus,” said GCSU facilities planner John Webb. The work transformed a former parking lot into green space, helped with drainage, provided patio space for Max Noah Recital Hall, loading and unloading areas for Por ter and Bell halls and handicap accessibility, Webb said. “Now someone in a wheelchair can travel all the way around the main campus without barriers,” Webb said. A bricked amphitheater built into the green space between Bell Hall and a new parking area provides outside classroom space and a staging area for events. Faculty and staff use the adjacent parking spaces. Additionally, the openness and two additional blue boxes for emergencies help ensure safety for students, faculty and staff. “This is the last corner on the main campus to be landscaped,” Webb said. “It’s finished but will take a year or two to grow in.”

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Georgia College License Plate! hanks to a special arrangement with the Georgia College & State University Alumni Association and the state, you can now order your ver y own Georgia College license plate. The cost is just $25 and will be issued to you with your 2009 vehicle registration. “We’re excited that our alumni, students, parents, faculty and staf f will soon be able to show their pride in Georgia College wherever they drive,” said Amy S. Nitsche, Vice President for External Relations and University Advancement. To ensure production of the new Georgia College tag, the GCSU Alumni Association has agreed to underwrite the project, which requires a minimum of 500 plates to be ordered. To help promote sales of the new plate, the university’s Student Government Association has begun a sales campaign to reach out to current students and their parents. “We’re glad to be playing a big part in getting the word out about the new plate,” said SGA President Ryan Greene. “It’s a great way for all of us to show our suppor t for this great school.” To make ordering the new plate easy, instructions and the required form (MV-9C) are available on the university’s website at www.gcsu.edu/tag. The completed form should then be sent to the Georgia College Advancement Office for processing. Those who order the new plates will automatically receive them with their vehicle registrations next year.

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New Dean for the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences enneth Procter, Dean of the College of Fine Arts at University of Montevallo in Alabama, will assume his new role of Dean for the School of Liberal Ar ts & Sciences at Geor gia College on July 1. “After a well conducted search, I am pleased to inform the GCSU community that we have hired Kenneth Procter as the new dean for the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences,” said Dr. Anne Gormly, Vice President & Dean of Faculties. “Dean Proctor’s experience as both a faculty member and an academic administrator at a Council on Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) school will be an asset to the growth and enhancement of the School.” Georgia College’s mission as the state’s public liberal arts university is the incentive that brings Procter to the university, he said. “Having developed my career at The University of Montevallo, a sister COPLAC institution, I am an ardent advocate for the values inherent in a liberal arts education,” Procter said. “From all that I have seen, read, and heard, from faculty, administration, and students, Georgia College lives its mission.” And the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences is at the very core of this mission, Procter said. “I look forward to working with the faculty and staff to provide our students the kind of engaging and probing education they expect from Georgia College, and to make our school the ver y best it can be. I expect plenty of challenges ahead, but I have already received many of fers of help, and that, I think, speaks to the graciousness and generosity of the university community. I look forward to joining Georgia College.” Procter earned his MFA in Studio Ar t from University of Nor th Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is an active painter and artist and teaches studio art, art history and art appreciation. He currently chairs the General Education Committee at Montevallo. Prior to becoming Dean of the College of Fine Arts, he ser ved as the art department chair for seven years and as director of the Honors Program. “I was par ticularly pleased and proud of the work of the search committee lead by Dr. Martin Lammon and assisted by search consultant Steve Leo,” Gormly said. “We attracted a rich pool of candidates and that reflects well on our faculty, school and Georgia College.”

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Pillars of Distinction During the past two years, Georgia College & State University has been developing “Pillars of Distinction” to highlight the unique role the university plays in liberal arts education. Connection magazine interviewed GCSU President Dorothy Leland to learn more about these pillars and how they influence the mission of Georgia College.

Connection: You’ve been guiding the development of the “Pillars of Distinction.” Tell us a little about the concept and how you see it advancing the university’s mission. President Leland: The “Pillars of Distinction” will allow us to highlight features of the educational experience at Georgia College that have the potential for national recognition as exemplary. I like to think of these pillars as something that, with appropriate focus and investment, will help to elevate the profile of Georgia College as one of our nation’s very best public liberal arts universities. This will position us to better compete for students and resources—and that’s a good thing! Connection: What has the process been for developing these pillars? President Leland: It has included a number of work groups consisting of both faculty and staff who conducted surveys and research to help determine our strengths and how best to promote them. The proposals they developed were brought before campus-wide stakeholder conferences where they were used to generate more ideas and to get good solid feedback. Our goal was to identify “Pillars of Distinction” that not only resonated with our educational values and with our students, faculty, and staff — but also with our external audiences. We wanted to develop pillars that say “this is something you’ll find exciting about what we do here at Georgia College.” Connection: Tell us briefly about pillars that have been identified and why they have been chosen. President Leland: We first focused on the Georgia College undergraduate learning experience – the experience that all of our students par ticipate in regardless of their major. We’ve identified two pillars with respect to this experience that we think exemplify what Georgia College is all about. The first pillar is called “learning beyond the classroom.” It is about providing students with opportunities for connecting their

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classroom learning with real-world experience, action and application. We know that powerful learning occurs at the intersections of theory and practice, knowledge and application, and first-hand involvement in processes of discovery and creation. At Georgia College, the opportunities to make these connections are provided through a variety of means. They include field-based experiences, study abroad, internships, mentoring programs, participation in facultyled research projects, creative projects, and service-learning. Under this pillar we’ll enhance the things we already do and add components that allow us to do it in a more concentrated way. It will provide us with a method to ensure that all our students have exposure to meaningful learning beyond the classroom opportunities. Connection: And, I assume this will make a degree from Georgia College more valuable in the marketplace? President Leland: Exactly. Graduates of Georgia College will leave with both a rich classroom-based educational experience, as well as a rich out-of-classroom experience, and that will show up on their transcripts in some sort of way. What we’ve learned is that employers find that very attractive – they embrace the concept of graduates who have benefited from real-world experience and application in their fields of study. Connection: You mentioned that two pillars have been identified. What is the second? President Leland: The second is related to the first — it is an extension of learning beyond the classroom by bringing it into our residential facilities.

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As Georgia’s designated public liberal arts university, the mission of Georgia College is to provide its undergraduate students with a residential learning environment that’s comparable to exemplary private liberal arts colleges — but at a public university price. In the private higher education sector, residence-based communities have long been used to give a personal character to each student’s experience. Most often, the communities are designed to provide students with the academic and social resources of a larger institution while preserving the collegiality and intimacy that’s characteristic of smaller college communities. Thanks to financing through the GCSU Foundation, Georgia College enjoys the finest residential facilities in the state. Our goal now is to transform our residence halls and apar tments into college “houses” — we think that is a better name for the on-campus places where our students live and learn — that connect students with faculty and each other in meaningful ways.


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Each college house will have a faculty house leader who is responsible for getting really creative about bringing new and exciting out-of-class learning experiences into these residential communities. In addition, these faculty leaders will advise and mentor the students. And they will work to create an environment that’s not just a place where students live, but one that also connects them intellectually with each other — and with the larger campus community as a whole. Connection: How do you envision the kind of environments that might be created? President Leland: The house faculty leader might have a series of fireside chats throughout the semester where various guests are brought in to discuss different topics of interest. It might include screening films and then hosting a discussion on it. Or it might involve field trips. It will be up to the students and the faculty house leader to decide what programs will enhance and build upon their academic experience. This college house system also will increase opportunities for student leadership. Each house will have a student council that will be responsible for establishing and sustaining its unique traditions. I expect this eventually will lead to healthy competition among the houses — competitions that might involve intramural teams, debate competitions, and so forth. The students themselves will come up with the best ideas — not me! Each house will have its own banner, colors and slogan. This will provide a unique identity for the members of each house. When Georgia College was a women’s college, it had some powerful traditions — such as the Golden Slipper, which featured a singing, dancing, and acting competition between the freshmen class and the sophomore class. It was a tradition that alumni shared across classes and even generations. We hope that one day our students will also share in equally power ful traditions that are centered in the college house system. Connection: Anything else we should know? President Leland: Our academic schools also participated in a process of identifying academic program pillars of distinction and we’ve seen some exciting results. It will allow us to help more and more people understand the quality of education that happens here — and that’s exciting!

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Georgia College names 2008 Executive of the Year ugh Peterson Jr., Chairman of the Board and CEO of VNS Corporation, has been named the J. Whitney Bunting School of Business 2008 Executive of the Year. The award honors leaders in Georgia who have excelled in business while also making significant contributions to their communities. He has been a director and shareholder since 1961 of VNS that sells and distributes building materials in Georgia and the Southeast. Choo Choo Build-It Marts, which has had a store in Milledgeville for more than 30 years, is a division of VNS Corporation. “Hugh Peterson is a great example of a successful business leader,” said GCSU President Dorothy Leland. “We are pleased to recognize his achievements and the example he sets for our students as they strive for

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“Hugh Peterson is an excellent example of a leader who meets the dual goals of success and community service” their own successes.” Peterson also serves as a director and chairman of the executive committee of NW Services Corporation, a bank holding company in Ringgold. Peterson is a trustee of the Georgia College & State University Foundation and a trustee of Reinhardt College. He has served as a member of the Metro Atlanta Salvation Army Advisory Board for more than 25 years. He is a member of the Atlanta Kiwanis Club. Peterson is an attorney and retired as a partner from King & Spalding in Atlanta in 1992 after 30 years with the firm. Peterson also served as an officer in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the U.S. Army. He is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School. He is a native of Ailey, GA, and is married to the former Mary Jane Fincher of Chatsworth, GA. His mother, the late Patience Elizabeth Russell Peterson, was a graduate of the Class of 1922 of Georgia College & State University, then known as Georgia Normal & Industrial College. “Hugh Peterson is an excellent example of a leader who meets the dual goals of success and community service,” said Faye Gilbert, Dean of J. Whitney Bunting School of Business. “We are proud to name him the 2008 Executive of the Year.”

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Georgia College Completes Purchase of Historic Campus Theatre Project to Include Performance Theatre and Retail Bookstore eorgia College has completed the purchase of the historic Campus Theatre on Hancock Street in downtown Milledgeville. The university plans to restore the exterior of the Art Deco building to its original condition and adapt the interior into a per formance theatre and retail bookstore. The theatre, a prominent par t of the city’s downtown area, was built in 1935 and closed in 1983. “This purchase marks the next step in the re-birth of this beautiful building with its addition to the campus of Georgia College & State University,” said Georgia College President Dorothy Leland. “Our plan is to not only bring the historic Campus Theatre to life again, but to reutilize its space in a way that plays a significant role in the continued redevelopment of downtown Milledgeville.” When the project is completed, the façade, marquee, doorways, ticket booth and other exterior features will be restored to their original splendor as they appeared in 1935 when the building was constructed. The project will restore and preserve the building’s exterior and readapt the interior to include space for the university’s theatre ar ts program. The interior will include a “black box” per formance space designed to accommodate a variety of configurations, depending on the type of programs being presented. The building also is slated to house a bookstore that features a variety of general selections in addition to textbooks, providing the downtown area with a valuable new retail venue. Work is expected to begin later this year, with an anticipated opening in the summer of 2009. “We look forward to bringing the Campus Theatre back as the centerpiece of the downtown area,” President Leland said.

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Nursing Theatre By Judy Bailey The setting: a temporary nursing lab at Central State Hospital. The characters: Georgia College theatre majors and Georgia College nursing students The plot: Theatre students play real-life acting roles for experience and the nursing students test their assessment and examination skills for a class grade. The directors: Georgia College first-year theatre instructor Amy Pinney and Georgia College first-year nursing instructor Susan Steele. When the curtain opens for Act I, actor Maria Victoria-Perez arrives at the clinic complaining of pain in her shoulder. Perez winces in pain as the nurse evaluates and examines her shoulder. The nurse asks Perez about her medical histor y and questions her about possible activities that could have led to an injury. Perez’s per formance leads to the nurse’s diagnosis of a pulled muscle in the right shoulder. Similar scenes play throughout the day as acting students portray their injury roles and instructors evaluate each of their nursing students’ skills examining patients and assessing their problems. The first-time collaborative performance was a big hit for both theatre majors and nursing students.

“This was one of my favorite acting experiences,” Perez said. “Acting sick is hard both on and off stage. What made this harder was that my audience was no longer in chairs looking at me from the house of a theatre, but completely in my space and interacting with me.” The experience was extremely helpful to first-semester nursing student Leigh Ann Stephens. “We had been learning the skills throughout the semester, and it helped put everything together. Also, it wasn’t like a real exam,” Stephen said. “We had no idea which scenario we would get so we had to be prepared for anything. We had to know what questions to ask and which assessment to do.” Nursing instructor Susan Steele launched the idea to join forces with theatre instructor Amy Pinney during new faculty orientation last fall. “Amy seemed enthusiastic, and I thought we could team up for this project,” Steele said. The two instructors maintained contact throughout the fall semester in preparation for the theatre majors’ acting roles and the nursing students’ exam. Six acting students volunteered their time to play two roles each to test more than 40 nursing students.

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Testing for a grade, the nursing students were unaware of their patients’ problems until they entered the exam room. “Susan prepared the scripts for the theatre students based on the needs to evaluate the nursing students,” Pinney said. “And I prepared the students.” Actors portrayed patients with bellyaches, trouble breathing, head injuries, wounds and traumas complete with makeup. And nursing students used their newly-acquired skills to access, evaluate and examine each of the actors to diagnose the problems. “We tried to give them a realistic situation to make it easier for them to transition into the real world,” Steele said. “They did great and rose to the occasion. The students all took this seriously.” The results: A true-to-life examination experience for the nursing students, an unusual acting experience for the theatre majors and a rewarding partnership for two first-year instructors. “We discovered two rookies can make a great partnership,” Steele said. Previously, nursing students used each other as patients for the assessment/examination testing. “It is important to get away from your classmates who can

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occasionally ‘help you out’ if you don’t know an answer that the instructor asks,” said first semester nursing student Emily Walsh. “And it is extremely beneficial to work with strangers to develop your people skills, and nurses need to possess amazing people skills.” The role-playing also helped nursing students prepare for upcoming clinical experiences, Stephens said. “I think that it will help me in the clinical setting because in a way it put me in a nurse’s mindset,” the first-semester nursing student said. “It also helped me get more comfortable asking questions and performing assessments that I think should be done and not just the ones that I am currently learning,” The theatre majors gained a marketable skill portraying the roles of ill patients, Pinney said. “It’s happening more and more in the medical community,” said Pinney, who previously worked as an actor in a similiar scenario. “And medical institutions are willing to pay good money to hire actors to role-play an illness for a more real-life situation for medical students.” The acting gig assisted theatre major Perez with her studies, she said. “It helped me feel comfortable with the art of improvisation,” she said. “It also helped me as an actress to think of a time when maybe I did feel a pain like the one I was supposed to express.” The collaborative effort between nursing and theatre drives home Georgia College’s liberal arts mission as well. Steele, a liberal arts graduate with 30 years nursing experience, came to Georgia College to teach because she knows the value of a liberal arts mission. “The mission offers an environment that grows the whole student, even in applied science programs,” Steele said. The joint activity allowed two totally different majors to work together to educate each other, Perez said. “We are being active in each other’s education, and you can’t ask for more,” Perez said. “We are doing our part for each other. It is interesting to meet people who have just as much passion for their discipline as you do for yours.”


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Coaching Changes for GCSU Baseball he Georgia College & State University baseball coaching staff went through some changes during the fall, with one familiar face getting a promotion. Three-year head coach Chris Calciano left at the end of October to begin his new position as regional scout for Major League Baseball’s Boston Red Sox. Calciano was 132-48 at GCSU, picking up the school’s first two Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Championships. A member of the staff as an assistant for both of those PBC titles, Tom Carty will assume interim head coaching duties for the 2008 season, with strong consideration for the open position. Carty was Bobcat pitching coach for the past two seasons, two of the best in school history. The Bobcats had a 2.82 ERA in 2006, the best team mark for a GCSU squad, followed by a 3.53 in 2007, good for sixth. The strikeouts totals—437 in 2006 and 408 in 2007—also rank third and ninth, respectively. Joining the staff this season is Zeke Mitchem as assistant coach. A native of Missouri, Mitchem has worked internationally in baseball since 2005. He most recently served as head coach of the Solingen Alligators Baseball Club in Germany and has been an assistant coach for the German Senior National Team since 2005. He also was head coach of the Northern Districts Baseball Club in Australia in 2006 and the Mainz Athletics Baseball Club in Germany from 2005-06. Mitchem’s expertise lies in infield defense and offensive game management, complimenting Car ty’s coaching experience well as the two worked together on the Marshall University coaching staff from 2003-04. He will also serve as third base coach when the Bobcats are at bat. Josh McDonald returns for his second season as graduate assistant coach, working with hitters and outfield defense.

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TIMELINE

JANUARY

Chad McDonald shares information at a lunch session about protecting children from dangers that are present on the internet.

2007

Biology Professor Ken Saladin welcomes students to his Anatomy & Physiology class by giving them an overview of what they will learn during the course.

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Professor Gregg Kaufman, director of the Coverdell Institute, hosts a lively discussion with students about the American political system.

George Israel, President of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, greets students chosen to participate in the Georgia Education Mentorship Program, which will pair them with business leaders.

Violinist Brad Edwards performs in the Max Noah Recital Hall with the accompaniment of pianist Richard Mercier, chair of the Music Department.

Student Ashley Ackerman signs the guest book during the grand reopening of college radio station WGUR in Lanier Hall.

The desk of former Georgia Governor Joseph Brown is carefully moved into the Old Governor’s Mansion by Vincent Garrett, Matt Davis, and Robert Lemmon.

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After Three Decades

A GCSU Icon Retires e originally arrived as a basketball coach, and 32 years later retires as an icon in the annals of Georgia College & State University athletics. GCSU Director of Athletics Dr. J. Stanley Aldridge has announced his retirement. Aldridge joined the Georgia College athletics department as head men’s basketball coach in the 1974-75 season. After 12 years as coach, he took over assistant athletic director duties in 1986. In January 1991, Aldridge was named athletic director. The Aldridge era has been one of the most successful in school history. Under his guidance, the Colonials and then Bobcats made the transition to

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The Aldridge era has been one of the most successful in school history the NCAA Division II, won regional titles in baseball, softball and men’s basketball, as well as multiple Peach Belt Conference (PBC) titles. Aldridge played an important role in building the women’s soccer program at GCSU, beginning in 2004. Bobcats Golf Coach Jimmy Wilson has been named interim director. The University plans a national search for a full-time replacement. The GCSU Department of Athletics sponsors 10 NCAA Division II athletic programs over three seasons. As a Division II program, GCSU prides itself on balancing the life of the student-athlete, evidenced by the Bobcats’ multiple appearances in post-season competition, as well as documented academic success and community-service involvement. Follow the Bobcats and their positive impact on the Milledgeville community at www.gcsu.edu/bobcats.

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Dave Baarda judges one of the projects submitted at the Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at Georgia College. The annual event celebrated its 30th year.

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Justin Miles and Elisha Hodgin rehearse a scene from “A Street Car Named Desire,” one of the many theatre productions performed at Georgia College.

Students enjoy taking a break on the front lawn of central campus during a pleasant sunny day.

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Mandy Chandler takes the mound as one of four Lady Bobcat pitchers who teamed up to throw back-to-back no-hitters in their season opener doubleheader rout of Clark-Atlanta, 14-0 and 10-0.

Taylor Sapp is crowned Ms. GCSU for 2007 by the previous year’s winner, Becky Martin.

Award-winning author Stephen Graham Jones reads from his work “The Fast Red Road: A Plainsong” during an appearance in GCSU’s Arts & Sciences Auditorium.

GCSU Athletic Director Stan Aldridge helps retiring Peach Belt Conference Commissioner Marvin Vanover into the new rocking chair presented to him by GCSU President Dorothy Leland.

GCSU student Sallie Smith talks about her experience helping local school children during the Service Learning Summit.


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1970s Joe Opie, ’75 joined Mitsubishi as technical service advisor, handling technical assistance calls and supporting contractors on the phone. He has 33 years of experience working in various positions dealing with water treatment for boilers/towers, refrigeration, ice machines and residential and commercial air conditioning. Kenneth “Ken” Vance, ’78 was appointed by Gov. Sonny Perdue as Executive Director of the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council. In his appointed position, Ken will lead the P.O.S.T. Council to attain excellence in training the Georgia’s peace officers. He previously served as the Director of Public Safety and University Police Chief at GCSU.

1980s Robert E. Dixon, Jr., ’84, received the Professional Development Award by the National Association of College and University Business Officers. Dixon is director, grants and contracts financial administration, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater.

1990s J. Daniel Perry, ’95 has taken a position as the informational writer at The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College’s Office of News and Information in Brownsville, TX. Daniel previously worked with The Monitor newspaper in McAllen for more than five years as a reporter covering education, city

government and general assignments. In October of 2007, Daniel ran the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C., his first marathon, and finished in 5 hours, 40 minutes and 12 seconds.

Monica Wood Starley, ’03 married Elisha Starley on Oct. 13, 2007, on the front campus of Georgia College & State University. The newlyweds currently reside in Milledgeville, GA. Monica works in the Office of the President at Georgia College, her alma mater.

Christi M. Jones, ’97 and Stuart Hobgood welcomed the birth of their son, Blake Jones Hobgood, on May 14, 2007. Christi, Stuart and Blake live in Jasper, GA. Andy T. Clark, ’98, ’99, ’08 has been named director of the Department of Institutional Research at Armstrong Atlantic State University. In this role, Clark will provide research for decision support, assessment, and analysis of programs and policies across the university. Clark serves as chair of the University System of Georgia Institutional Research and Planning Committee for 2007-2008. He is the former President of the Georgia Association of Institutional Research, Planning, Assessment, and Quality. Elizabeth A. Hibbitts, ’99 has been promoted to grants coordinator at Central Georgia Technical College. She will be responsible for leadership of grants and proposals, including ensuring regulations compliance and assisting the college’s constituents with identifying sources of external funding. Hibbitts was formerly director of career services.

2000s Karen Kurinka, ’02 is currently working for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as the Atlanta Area Manager. She has been with the organization since 2006 after her return to the United States from Dubai, where she helped establish one of the countries first wedding planning firms.

Tiffany L. Oliver, ’03 was recently engaged to David Cole. The couple is planning for a June 2008 wedding. Tiffany is completing a degree in Radiology and David is the Minister of Music at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Westminster, MD. James “J.W.” Mozley, ’03, ’05 was inducted into Teachers of Leaders for Gwinnett county schools. J.W. has been teaching at Duluth Middle School as a math teacher since graduating from Georgia College. Joseph “Joey” Richards, ’03 began working as public affairs coordinator for the Planned Parenthood Association of Utah. Joey, also a musician, completed his first album, “I Deal Idealism,” with his band Joey Cougar & The Starfish. Gerald S. Pearson, ’06 has been promoted from a Correctional Lieutenant at the Department of Corrections to The Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles. After graduating from basic training on April 20, 2006, Pearson was promoted to Senior Parole Officer in the District #20 Office of Jonesboro, GA. Aaron M. Hill, ’04 recently received his Master’s of Art in Christian Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Aaron has accept-

MARCH

A Bobcat swings for the fences during batting training.

Students find a variety of interesting reading during the History Club’s annual book sale on the porch of Parks Hall.

Stanisha Blackburn, Robyn Eckenroth, Rasheda Jones and List Wooten offer a colorful performance during the GCSU Music Therapy program.

In her final home game, senior Cassie Millner leads the Lady Bobcats with 13 rebounds to help GCSU to a 67-61 win over Columbus State at the Centennial Center.

Anne Gormly, Vice President for Academic Affairs, welcomes prospective students attending an open house at GCSU’s new Center for Graduate and Professional Learning in downtown Macon.

Kendall Stiles cuts the ribbon to formally open the new office for “Hands on Milledgeville” in Ennis Hall after receiving a proclamation from Mayor Richard Bentley.

Students, faculty and staff attend President Leland’s Stakeholders Conference to identify and discuss GCSU’s strengths as the state’s designated Public Liberal Arts University.

Faye Gilbert, Dean of the School of Business, talks with students and business leaders following a session of mock interviews designed to prepare students for the workplace.

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ed a position as Associate Minister of Education at North Fort Worth Baptist Church. He and his wife, Natalie Bailey Hill, ’04 currently reside in Fort Worth TX. Andrew F. Scott, 04 has recently been accepted to seminary. Andrew will begin courses in the fall of 2008. He is currently working with LifeLink of Georgia as a Development Liaison. Andrew’s wife Amanda Williams Scott, ’04 will complete Master’s in Christian Counseling this spring. Lauren Ellers McLeroy, ’06 and Michael McLeroy, ’06 were recently married. The newlyweds happily reside in their new home in Dallas, GA.

In Memoriam To report the death of a graduate of GN&IC, GSCW, WCG, GC or GCSU, please send a copy of the obituary, if possible, or the graduate’s full name, date and place of residence at the time of death, along with your name and relationship to the deceased to Office of Alumni Relations, Campus Box 96, Milledgeville, GA 31061.

1920s Emma Kate Willis, class of 1925, of Tallahasee, FL., died Nov. 12, 2007. She was 102.

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Marjorie G. Cook, class of 1941, died Feb. 9, 2004.

Colleen T. Farmer, class of 1969, of Milledgeville, Ga., died July 4, 2007.

Margery W. Fitzsimmons, class of 1942, died Nov. 26, 2007. She was 85.

1970s

Martha R. Hatcher, class of 1943, died June 22, 2007. Paula B. McKenzie, class of 1943 died June 30, 2007. Iris Stephens Lord, class of 1944, of Toomsboro, Ga., died July 10, 2007. She was 85.

Izora Kathleen Loyd Thomas, class of 1930, of Ocilla, died, Oct. 6, 2007. She was 98. Elizabeth H. Marshall, class of 1937, of Jonesboro, died Sept. 26, 2007. Mary Green Ripley, class of 1938, died June 23, 2007. Virginia Anne Horne Tumlin, class of 1938, died July 13, 2007. She was 88. Doris West Walker, class of 1939, of Jonesboro, died July 9, 2007.

Student Ambassador Kaitlin Woods tells prospective students about university housing at The Village on West Campus during SpringFest.

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The Macon Symphony Orchestra plays in Milledgeville in a concert sponsored jointly by Georgia College and Georgia Military College.

Eve E. Perry, class of 1974, of Davisboro, Ga., died Nov. 12, 2007. She was 57.

Waldo Cullen Sheftall, class of 1976, of Macon, Ga., died Oct. 11, 2007. He was 53.

Saralu C. Jenkins, class of 1944, died Jun 9, 2007.

Laurence H. Heymann, class of 1977, of Milledgeville, Ga. died Aug. 14, 2007. He was 65

Charlotte B. McDouglas, class of 1947, of Athens, died July 25, 2007. She was 81. Margaret A. Barnes, class of 1948, died Oct. 11, 1007. Natalie Hymes DeLettre, class of 1949, of Savannah, Ga., died July 31, 2007. She was 80.

Rita Myers Todd, class of 1978, of McDonough, Ga., died Sept. 26, 2007. She was 54. Todd Monroe Shepard, class of 1978, of Milledgeville, Ga., died July 28, 2007. He was 55.

Nellie T. Morrill, class of 1949, died June 27, 2007.

1980s

Weylene E. Bucklin, class of 1949, of LaFayette, Calif., died July 7, 2007.

Robert C. Householder, class of 1980, of Warner Robins, Ga., died Aug. 20, 2007. Michael Brian King, class of 1982, of Eatonton, Ga., died Oct. 1, 2007. He was 70

Rubye P. Dykes, class of 1951, of Cochran, Ga., died Aug. 22, 2007. She was 88.

Virginia V. Merola, class of 1954, of Athens, Ga., died Oct. 9, 2007. She was 74. Glynda Giles Gerron, class of 1957, of Sandersville, Ga., died Sept. 30, 2007. Martha Y. Stephenson, class of 1957, died July 3, 2007.

The GCSU Jazz Band holds a final rehearsal session before playing its annual Spring Jazz Concert.

Student Borja Pablo prepares some torrijas in the kitchen of the Northside Baptist Church as he helps prepare for the annual International Dinner.

Mary Rose Baugh Bacon, class of 1989, of Milledgeville, Ga., died July 25, 2007.

1990s

Virginia A. Jeffries, class of 1952, of Ann Arbor, Mich., died July 9, 2007. She was 76.

Alice Walker biographer Evelyn White addresses a class on black Georgia writers.

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Eduardo Mercado Jr., class of 1972, of Milledgeville, Ga., died Oct. 13, 2007.

Doris A. Studstill, class of 1976, of Peru, Ill., died Aug. 29, 2007. She was 72.

MaryAnn Hamrick, class of 1944, of Gray. Ga, died June 15, 2007. She was 83.

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Margaret Navelle Hunt Nowell, class of 1970, of Macon, Ga., died Oct. 8, 2007. She was 85.

Robert E. Jones, class of 1991, died Oct. 4, 2007. Bettye Thomas, class of 1994, of Tennille, Ga., died Aug. 13, 2007. She was 54.

2000s Betty B. Garrison, 2006, died July 18, 2007.

Spring blossoms on the front campus of Georgia College, bringing with it a pallet of colors.

New York Times correspondent Felicity Barringer presents a talk entitled “Environmental Parables” in the Peabody Auditorium.

Students in the Dance Minor program perform their annual spring concert in the Russell Auditorium.


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Dr. Mary Rose Baugh Bacon

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Dr. Mary Rose Baugh Bacon, a long time educator and benefactor of Georgia College, passed away on July 25, 2007 at her home. She was 71. Dr. Baugh was a native of Emanuel County, Georgia, where she attended Emanuel County Institute (Class of ‘53). She was a graduate of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and the University of Georgia. In 1957, she was among the first women from the State of Georgia to accept a reserve commission in the U.S. Air Force, serving on active duty from 1957 until 1960. She traveled extensively around the world in the U. S. Air Force, eventually earning the rank of captain. Dr. Bacon was married to the late Marvin H. Baugh for 34 years and had been a resident of Baldwin County since 1967. Her surviving husband, Colonel Franklin C. Bacon, of Milledgeville, established the Mary Rose Turner Baugh Bacon Scholarship in her honor. She earned a master of education degree in counseling at University of Maryland, and started teaching at Georgia College in 1969. She later earned a PhD in counseling and student personnel services from University of Georgia in 1978. During her tenure at Georgia College, Dr. Bacon helped educate teachers and nurses for 36 years. She remained active in teacher education until 2007. She was recognized nationally as a pioneer in the development for freshman year curriculum and is well known for her role in childhood teacher education across the state. In 1989, she was given the GCSU Honorary Alumnus Award. Dr. Bacon was also active in many community and non-profit organizations, including serving as chairperson of the Wesley Foundation Board, as a board member of First United Methodist Church, and president of the Milledgeville Music Club. She is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery in Milledgeville.

Weylene Edwards Bucklin, an alumnus for whom an endowed scholarship in theatre is named, passed away on July 7, 2007 after an extended struggle with a rare neurological illness. Mrs. Bucklin was born in her maternal grandparent’s farmhouse in Putnam County in February of 1929. Her parents, Alma Rosser and Weyler Samuel Edwards, subsequently moved to Milledgeville. Weylene entered Georgia State College for Women, now GCSU, in 1945 to pursue an English and Speech major. In 1949, fellow students elected her to Who’s Who in Colleges and Universities for her thespian activities. With youthful good looks and an engaging smile, she earned rave reviews in such plays as “Antigone,” “Life With Father,” and “When our Hearts were Young and Gay.” Following graduation Mrs. Bucklin managed the YWCA at GSCW and taught in primary and high schools in nearby communities. She completed a master’s degree in Speech at the University of Wisconsin, and subsequently taught speech and English at the University of Colorado at Boulder. There she met her husband, who had taken a similar position. With many shared interests, including travel, literature, art, and academia, they married in 1956. In 1960, she and her family moved to Berkeley, California. There, she turned her interests to raising their two children, settling into their new community, furthering her husband’s teaching career at UC Berkeley, and reopening her interests in travel. Weylene’s passion for travel never waned and she spent a lifetime traveling around the world. Dr. and Mrs. Bucklin established the Weylene E. Bucklin Endowed Scholarship for students majoring in theatre.

APRIL

Georgia College’s new Center for Graduate and Professional Learning in downtown Macon helps sponsor the city’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival as a sponsor.

Student Will Mizell uses his creative talents in his Advanced Ceramics class.

A packed house at Russell Auditorium enjoys music by composer John Williams during a concert by the GCSU Jazz Band.

Reporters interview Professor Rick Bialac about his donation to the Flannery O’Connor exhibit of a peacock-themed needlepoint made by his late wife, Lois.

Bryan Moss, President of Gulfstream Aerospace in Savannah, is presented with the 2007 Executive of the Year Award by the J. Whitney Bunting School of Business.

Professor Martin Lammon addresses new members of Phi Kappa Phi during their initiation in the University Banquet Room.

President Dorothy Leland join Student Government President Ryan Greene during a luncheon honoring his selection for the Omicron Delta Kappa Emerging Leader award.

Mass Communications student Salem Cook prepares a Podcast containing reviews of local bands for the web site of the Colonnade student newspaper.

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Margaret Anne Barnes, a graduate of the class of 1948 who won fame as the author of “Murder in Coweta County,” died Oct. 12, 2007, at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. “Murder in Coweta County” recounted the true story of the 1948 murder of William Turner, a farmhand, by prominent Meriwether County landowner John Wallace, who was later executed for the crime. Barnes was born on July 24, 1927, in Newnan, where she grew up. She attended Georgia State College for Women in Milledgeville, now Georgia College & State University, where one of her fellow students was Flannery O’Connor. Barnes also attended the University of Georgia where she studied journalism. Barnes was working as city editor at The Newnan Times, predecessor of The Times-Herald, when the Wallace trial took place. She knew many of the figures in the story, and it led her to write “Murder In Coweta County,” which received the Edgar Allen Poe Special Award. “Margaret Anne Barnes did for Coweta County what Margaret Mitchell did for Atlanta,” said Spencer Ragsdale, former editor of the De Kalb News-Sun, after publication of “Murder in Coweta County. Her final book, “The Tragedy and the Triumph of Phenix City, Alabama,” was published in 1999. That book chronicled the role of organized crime in that community in the years leading up to the 1954 assassination of Alabama’s attorney general-elect, Albert Patterson. Her literary work was recognized in 1984 by the Georgia Legislature, which acknowledged her achievements with a resolution. Survivors include her sons, David Jefferson Dukes and Steven Stewart Dukes, a granddaughter, Jennifer Ashley Dukes, a brother, William Young Barnes III, and a sister, Mary Clare Medlin.

Virginia Horne Tumlin, a remarkable individual who returned to Georgia College to complete her degree 65 years after she first attended classes, passed away on July 13, 2007. She was 88. In addition to serving many years as an educator, she devoted her life to serving her family, friends, community and church. With her son and daughter, she also established the Virginia Horne Tumlin Endowed Scholarship for students majoring in education at GCSU. Mrs. Tumlin graduated from Miller High School in Macon before attending what is now Georgia College & State University from 1937 to 1941. She left college in the midst of World War II, just shy of earning enough credits to graduate. She moved to Marietta, Georgia, where she married and began teaching. Sixty-five years later, in 2007, she completed her degree and the university awarded her a Bachelor of Science in education. Mrs. Tumlin was the wife of late Marietta businessman Steve Tumlin Sr., who owned Marietta Lumber Company and helped to found the Marietta Commercial Bank, where he served for many years as chairman of the board. Mrs. Tumlin was dedicated to her family, community and the First United Methodist Church. She valued community and led a number of civic organizations. She was president of several Parent Teacher Associations in the Marietta City Schools that her two children attended. She was also a Girl Scout and Cub Scout leader, founder and president of Marietta-Cobb Beautification, and the longtime president of the Honeysuckle Garden Club. In 1971, Mrs. Tumlin became the first woman to earn the Cobb Citizen of the Year Award presented by the Marietta Daily Journal. She also received the prestigious Liberty Bell Award from the Cobb County Bar Association. Survivors include her son, state Rep. Steve “Thunder” Tumlin, Jr. (RMarietta), her daughter Harriet Tumlin Jobson of Knoxville, TN, a sister, Julia H. Adams of Cleveland, TN, eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Dean Faye Gilbert of the School of Business congratulates Sam Rauchenberg as the 2007 Outstanding Business Student of the Year.

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Shelley Justen and the GCSU Women’s Ensemble perform in concert at the First Baptist Church in Milledgeville.

Eta Sigma Alpha President Lauren Lundin honors Doris Moody, the retiring Director of the Honors & Scholars program, with a commemorative plaque thanking her for 38 years of service to the university.

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Scenic designer Andrew Layton speaks at the Theatre Honors Reception held at Blackbird Coffee in downtown Milledgeville.

GCSU benefactor and Foundation trustee Dudley Rowe accepts the William Bone Key Award at the Alumni Banquet Dinner honoring him for his service to the university and the community.

Runners climb the first hill just after the start of the annual 5K Bobcat Ramble to raise money for scholarships for local students to attend Georgia College.

President Dorothy Leland chats with those attending the annual Faculty/Staff Picnic on front campus.

Student Ambassador David Nguyen signs a photo during the annual Ambassador Recognition Dinner in the University Banquet Room.


donors Honor Roll of Donors

Honor Roll of Donors FY2007 The Georgia College & State University Foundation Giving Report lists the names of all alumni and friends who made gifts of $100 or more to the university through the Foundation and/or the Alumni Association during fiscal year 2007 (July 1, 2006 – June 30, 2007). We are grateful for all gifts made to the university.

President’s Society Members of the President’s Society made gifts of $1,000 or more to GCSU during the 2007 fiscal year.

Chappell Circle ($10,000 and above) The Chappell Circle honors the first president of what is now Georgia College & State University, J. Harris Chappell. Dr. Chappell served from 1891 to 1904. This circle of giving recognizes those individuals and organizations that contribute $10,000 or more to the GCSU Foundation within the fiscal year. Anonymous COL Franklin C. Bacon, Sr. Dr. Rose Baugh Bacon* Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Bell BB&T Bank, Milledgeville Dr. Louis P. and Mrs. Weylene* Bucklin Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. Community Foundation of Central Georgia Mrs. Mary Etna B. Dudley Elluminate USA Inc. Mrs. Betty G. Estes* Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc. Georgia Power Company, Macon The Goizueta Foundation E. J. Grassmann Trust Mrs. Linda K. Kerce John S. & James L. Knight Foundation Dr. Martin Lammon and Ms. Libby Davis Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Marty Litchfield

Dr. James W. Mimbs, M.D. Nelnet, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peterson, Jr. The Peyton Anderson Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Sam Robinson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Saladin Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Patti Samprone Ted and Joni Smith Mr. Anthony Tan Mr. Gordon M. Telford, Jr. and Ms. Kathryn Telford The Union-Recorder Watson-Brown Foundation, Inc. Dr. Betty J. Williams* Mr. and Mrs. Stanford G. Wilson

Mr. Philip J. Franklin IMERYS Clays Inc. Magnolia State Bank Mr. and Mrs.* Joseph E. Mayes MidSouth Federal Credit Union Mrs. Rubye R. Smith* Sodexho Alliance, Inc. Dr. Joseph F. Steelman, Sr. Mrs. Chandler M. Tagliabue Tri-County EMC Ms. Lucy L. Underwood University System of Georgia Foundation Mrs. Betty A. Witman YKK Corporation of America

Beeson Circle Parks Circle ($5,000 to $9,999) The Parks Circle commemorates the second president of the university, Marvin McTyeire Parks. President Parks served from 1905 to 1926. This circle of giving recognizes those individuals and organizations that contribute $5,000 - $9,999 to the GCSU Foundation within the fiscal year. Mrs. Beegee C. Baugh Mrs. Attie Gladin Branan* Cherokee Brick and Tile Company Dr. Bahram B. Darugar, M.D. ExxonMobil Foundation

($2,500 to $4,999) The Beeson Circle memorializes the third president of Georgia College, J. Luther Beeson. President Beeson served from 1927 to 1934. This circle of giving recognizes those individuals and organizations that contribute $2,500 - $4,999 to the GCSU Foundation within the fiscal year. American Specialties Company Atlanta Alumni Club Mr. and Mrs. Wright Banks Burgess Pigment Company Mr. and Mrs. David Dyer Federated Department Stores, Inc.

Five Star Food Service Mr. and Mrs. James B. Fleece GEICO Drs. Anne V. and John B. Gormly Mr. Dean Grant Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Kaufman Dr. Dorothy Leland Mrs. Audrey Lewis Mr. Wayne E. Lynch Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven C. Rogers Richard and Martha H. McEwen Fund at Dade Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Tony M. Nicely Mrs. Amy Nitsche Dr. Dorothy Pinkston Rheem Manufacturing, Milledgeville Mr. Jimmy Roberts Robins Federal Credit Union Mr. John W. Rogers, Jr. Dr. Michael Gass and Dr. Beth Rushing Mrs. Elizabeth S. Ryan Dr. Todd Shiver Sodexho Alliance, Inc. Southern Pan Services Co. Mr. J. Bradley Stancil Dr. Susan C. Stewart Thiele Kaolin Company Mr. and Mrs. Russ Walden Mr. Haynes Waters WMAZ-TV World Hi-Fi Video and Appliance

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May 2007 -Members of the Class of 2007 receive their diplomas during commencement ceremonies on front campus.

DNA samples are prepared by LaShaundra Pierce in preparation for testing as part of a class at Herty Hall.

Incoming freshmen receive their summer reading assignment, “Purple Hibiscus,” from Professor Dan Bauer during their orientation in the Arts & Sciences Auditorium.

GCSU’s new Center for Graduate and Professional Learning in downtown Macon is formally dedicated as President Dorothy Leland cuts the ribbon during the grand opening at the building on Cherry Street.

The annual Bobcat auction brings cheers from participants gathered around the fountain at the Quad.

Professor Bruce Gentry welcomes participants at the Summer Institute on “Reconsidering Flannery O’Connor,” sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Sarah Gordon explores parallels between the visions of Flannery O'Connor and photographer Diane Arbus.

Richard Mercier, Chair of the Music Department, gives a history of piano music during a demonstration for the Bridge Scholars Program.

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Student Government President Ryan Greene presents the university’s honor code during Opening Ceremonies for the fall term.

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Ms. Barbara J. Stickel Mrs. Rosemary S. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Tarbutton The Telegraph Mr. Robert M. Trulock United Forming, Inc. Mrs. E. D. Walker Mr. and Mrs. H. Jay Walker, III Wal-Mart, Milledgeville Dr. James F. Wenthe Dr. Elaine Whitaker Mrs. R. W. Wicker Ms. Jo Slade Wilbanks Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williamson Miss Elizabeth Wilson Windstream Communications WMVG-WKZR Mr. Edward W. Wolak Mrs. Rhonda Purser Wood Drs. Harold and Eugenia Zallen

University Club - ($500 to $999) Accent Fence, Inc. Afterschool Alliance Mrs. Virginia W. Alexander Mr. Matthew Allen Anonymous Atlantic Southern Bank Attaway Waste Services Mr. Roger Austin Dr. Carol Bader Mr. Robert V. Baldwin Baldwin Services, Inc. Bass Signal Corporation Mrs. Carol A. Baxter Mrs. Alice D. Bell Mrs. Emmie V. Berryman Beta Gamma Sigma, Inc. Ms. Wendy M. Bibb Ms. Linda Branch Mr. Stephen D. Bryant Bug House Pest Control C & B Processing Cadwell Furniture Company Dr. Ginger R. Carter-Miller Dr. Robert J. Cates Century Bank and Trust Chris R. Sheridan & Co. Mrs. Pilar Cobb

SEPTEMBER

Students learn about the Wesley Foundation Campus Ministries, one of several faith-based programs available to students.

Freshman Convocation concludes with the passing of candles at a reception following the event.

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Senior Karl McGage reads for her literature class in the GCSU Library.

Chris Ward pedals his bike through the pergola on his way to his Japanese language class.

Governor Sonny Perdue and former Governor Zell Miller are given a tour of the Old Governor’s Mansion by curator Matt Davis during a charity dinner for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Students kick off the GCSU Phonathon to raise money from alumni for the university’s annual Heritage Fund.

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Dr. and Mrs. Michael Digby Domino's Pizza E. R. Snell Contractor, Inc. Mr. Mike Easterwood Dr. Marianne Edwards Equifax Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fain, Jr. Family of Travis Smith Mrs. Jean H. Fennell First Presbyterian Church Fowler-Flemister Concrete, Inc. Frames & Things Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Franklin Mr. Randy Fretz Dr. Barbara Funke G & S Gas Service, Inc. Garrett Industries, Inc. The Georgia Historical Society Mrs. Linda Gilbreath Mr. Rick and Dr. Tanya Goette Dr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Goings Ms. Maria Gordon Dr. Sarah E. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Dean H. Grant Mr. and Mrs. John W. Grant, Jr. Mrs. Tommy D. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. David Groseclose Hands on Network, Inc. Ms. Genie H. Hargrove Mr. Steven Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Heffernan Ms. Ilze Henderson Mr. Phillip W. Hendricks, Sr. Ms. Leigh Hern Dr. Jane Hinson Mrs. Kathleen B. Hodell Ms. Ann J. Hodges Horton Components Mrs. Virginia O. Horton Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Inman J. C. Grant Company James R. & Charlotte J. Thorne Family Fund Jason Ross Homes, Inc. Mr. Gene Jones Mrs. Hilda H. Jones Ms. Sharon L. Jones Ms. Tammie Justice Ms. Katherine A. Kent

OCTOBER

The Max Noah Hall is filled with the sounds of Brahms and Liszt as pianist Greg Peptone performs during a faculty recital.

Regent Willis Potts meets with representatives from the Student Government Association to discuss issues surrounding higher education.

GCSU students and staff greet the nation as weatherman Dave Price gives his forecast during a live broadcast of CBS ‘s “The Early Show” in Macon.

Solitude surrounds a student studying under the shade of a tree on front campus.

Common myths about the American Revolutionary War are presented by author John Ferling during a lecture in the Magnolia Ballroom.

NOVEMBER

A jump shot puts one through the hoops as the Bobcats prepare for the annual “midnight Madness” game at the Centennial Center.

A performance by the Marian Anderson Quartet delights those in attendance at the Max Noah Recital Hall.

Students pack a classroom in the Arts & Sciences Building to hear a lecture by Professor Larry Whitmer of Ohio University on the anatomy of birds.

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Century Club - ($100 to $249) 119 Chops A Team Contractors Mrs. Elizabeth H. Abbott Ms. Ruth Adams Miss Clara Pauline Addy Ms. Laura R. Adkins Mrs. Joy Albano Mrs. Juane Albright Mr. Juan A. Alcarria Dr. Donald Alexander, Jr. Ms. L. J. Alford Mr. Mark Alhanti All Crane & Hoist Services, Inc.

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Mrs. Jane S. Beall Mrs. Lisa A. Beall Mrs. Merle C. Bearden Mrs. Ethel Kiser Beck Mrs. Betty Beck Becker Conviser Becton Dickinson and Company Dr. Rosemary E. Begemann Mr. Jody Bellflower Ms. Patricia Bennett Mr. Gordon Benson Mrs. Jo D. Benton Mr. Joseph A. Bertucci The Bert Williams Show Mrs. Sylvia M. Betts Mrs. Paula L. Bevington Mrs. Betty J. Bishop Blackbird Coffee Ms. Constance M. Blackburn Ms. Joffery A. Blair Mrs. Elizabeth L. Blake Mrs. Ellen G. Blake Dr. Shannon L. Blanton Ms. Leah M. Blasingame Mrs. Teresa Blizzard Dr. Betty Block Mr. William Boatman Bobby Brown Insurance Agency Mrs. Mary A. Bogle BoJo's Mr. James C. Bolen Ms. Lorraine Bond Mr. James Booth Mrs. Helen C. Boruff Dr. Eugene E. Bouley, Jr. Mr. Franklin Boulineau Mr. Wendell Bowden Mrs. Cindy D. Bowen Mr. Kevin Bowers Mrs. Mary J. Bowers Mrs. Sarah Y. Bowman Mrs. Pat Boyd Mrs. Frances J. Bozeman Mrs. Alice D. Bradford Ms. Emily B. Bradley Mrs. Crystal F. Branta Mrs. Annie J. Brantley Dr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Brantley Mrs. Julie O. Branyan

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Members of the Old Governor’s Mansion Junior Board pose for a picture in the rotunda prior to meeting for the first time.

Emily Walsh examines her “patient” during a classroom exercise in the nursing lab.

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Jeremy Skidmore and Sydney Cash perform in a scene from Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus.”

President Dorothy Leland talks with students in the Bridge Program about how her life lead her to become the leader of a university.

“Thunder” makes an appears as GCSU’s new mascot at the Centennial Center as the Bobcats trounce Reinhardt .

Payroll Supervisor Sallie Guy is named winner of the fall Staff Excellence Award during ceremonies in the Maxwell Student Union Lounge.

Holiday decorations adorn the Old Governor’s Mansion, putting the GCSU campus in a festive mood.


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Mr. Stuart Gibbs Mr. Christopher E. Gibson Mrs. Judy A. Gilbert Ms. Julie P. Gilbreath Mr. Charles Gill Mrs. Louise C. Gillespie Mrs. Peggy S. Gilmore Mr. Michael L. Gilstrap Mrs. Grace S. Girone Ms. Erin Gish Mrs. Paula B. Gleason Mrs. Cooky H. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. David B. Glover Dr. Wayne Glowka Mr. William Godwin Ms. Nancy T. Goins Mr. Robert K. Goodman Ms. Karel B. Goodrich Mrs. Charlee B. Goolsby Mrs. Lucia W. Gordy Gossen Corporation Mrs. Frances K. Graham Mr. Alan C. Grant Mr. David Grant Grapevine Antiques & More Mr. Michael Gravely Mrs. Ione C. Grebinger Mrs. Charlotte H. Green Mr. Kurt Greene Mrs. Teri Greene Mrs. Janice J. Greenway Mrs. Donna Gregory Mr. Hank Griffeth Mrs. Barbara A. Griffin Mrs. Clara P. Griffin Mrs. Grace R. Griffin Mrs. Carolyn S. Grimes Ms. Mary J. Grimes Grippy, Inc. Mrs. Marie H. Grover Mrs. Doris Gunter Mr. Gerald Haggerty Mrs. Kim M. Hakala Mr. Greg Hales Mrs. Kelly F. Hanretta Mrs. Doris Hardie Ms. W. L. Hardie Mr. Mark A. Hardwick Hargrove Accounting Harmony Pet Resort Mr. Eric R. Harper Ms. Karen S. Harper Dr. Dean Harrell Ms. Amanda Harris Mrs. Antilina D. Harris Mrs. Carlene O. Harris Mrs. Myra B. Harris Mr. William G. Harrison Mr. George H. Hart, III Mr. Michael C. Hartley Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hartley Harvesters Sunday School Class Mr. Thomas L. Hatfield Ms. Yelena V. Hatton Ms. Liz Havey Mrs. Patricia R. Hawkins Mrs. Gladys L. Haynes Dr. and Mrs. Van B. Haywood Mr. Charles Head Ms. Kimberly Heagy Healy Point Country Club Ms. Gladys A. Heath

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Mr. Ronald H. Miller Mr. Harold A. Mills Mills Industrial Construction, Inc. Mrs. Ella Milner Mr. and Mrs. James A. Milner, Jr. Ms. Jeanne V. Milner Ms. Judy Miranda Mrs. Andrea Missroon Ms. Donna R. Mitchell Mrs. Frances B. Mitchell Mr. R. Daniel Mitchell Mr. Robert C. Mitchell, II Mr. Anthony R. Monforte Ms. Jean L. Monica Mr. Mike Monica Mr. Peter Monica, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Monroe Mrs. Marilu Montalvo Ms. Tanya D. Moon Mr. Bill Moore Mrs. Dawn Moore Mr. James Moore Dr. Louise E. Moore Mrs. Lyndoll U. Moore Mr. Roger F. Moore Mrs. Tina Moore Dr. Tom C. Moore Mr. Warren Moore Mr. and Mrs. William D. Moore Mr. Reginald B. Morgan Ms. Ruth-Anne Morgan Mrs. Sue S. Morgan Mrs. Vicki H. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. William L. Morrison Mrs. Nanci Moseley Mrs. Lydia K. Mosely Mrs. Debbie Moss Mr. George G. Moss Ms. Ouida L. Mozo Mrs. Patsy D. Mozo Capt. Lesley E. Mufalli Mr. Brad Muller Dr. and Mrs. David E. Muschell Mrs. Mary E. Myers Mr. William J. Myers National Vision, Inc. Mr. Mike Nations Mr. Charles Nelson Ms. Lynda Nelson Ms. Christine Nevin Mr. Kevin R. New Mrs. Roxanne P. Newell Mr. Robert H. Newman Mrs. Alice Newsome Mrs. Laura D. Nichols Dr. Steven Niergarth Mr. Douglas R. Noble Mrs. Jean S. Noble Mrs. Shirley M. Noles Mrs. Joy Norman Mrs. Terra Northup Rev. Dewey L. Norton Mr. Andrew M. O'Brien Oconee Glass and Mirror Company Mr. George C. Oetter, Sr. Mrs. Josephine F. Oglesby Mr. Tom Oliver Ms. Amy Olney Ms. Mary E. Osborn Mrs. Karen Otto Mrs. Emily B. Owens Mrs. Andrea M. Pair


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Mrs. Beverly T. Thompson Ms. Beth Thompson Mrs. Laura K. Thompson Mrs. Esther I. Thomson Mrs. Christy A. Thornton Mrs. Frances L. Thrailkill Mr. Fred D. Thrasher Mrs. Merle M. Thurmond Mrs. Joan H. Tilghman The Tint Shop Mrs. Margaret S. Tolbert Mrs. Elizabeth O. Tonn Mr. and Mrs. Donald Toole Mr. Lou Torcivia Mrs. Rachel M. Touchton Towers Perrin Mrs. Shelbie C. Townsend Mrs. Norma Jeanne Trammell Mrs. Gertrude H. Trawick Mrs. Boneta Trotter Mr. William C. Trotter Mrs. Joan G. Trundle Tucan Tans Mr. Jeffrey S. Turner Mr. Mar Turner Mr. Douglas Tyler Mrs. Eva D. Ulrich Mr. Gregory Underwood The University Financing Foundation, Inc. Hon. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Vance Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Vandiver Ms. Nancy E. Vandiver Mr. Georgekuttyl Varghese Mr. Glenn Veal and Dr. Phyllis Parks-Veal Mrs. Nina F. Veal Verizon Wireless Mrs. Amy Vick Mr. Joel Vinson Mrs. Martha P. Vinson Mr. Michael J. Vullo Dr. Arnold Wade Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Wade Ms. Kristin N. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Waldrep Mrs. Emmalene D. Waldrep Ms. Bettie S. Walker Dr. Doug Walker Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson M. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Eric Walker Mr. Danny M. Wall Mr. O. R. Wall Mrs. Betty F. Wallace Mr. Joseph Wallace Ms. Linda Wansley Mrs. Dorothy P. Warburton Mr. James R. Warden, Jr. Mr. Glenn C. Warnock Mrs. Rosemary L. Warnock Ms. Frances S. Watson Wayne Street Tattoo Mr. Gary H. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Weil Wells Fargo Bank Mrs. Sheryl M. Wells Mrs. Anita T. West Mrs. Faye H. West Ms. Erin R. Weston Mr. Rob Westrom Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation Mr. Paul Wharram Mrs. Reba S. Whatley Mrs. Cheryl F. Wheat

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Young Alumni The Young Alumni Giving Club honors all alumni who graduated within the last five years and who contributed between $50.00 and $99.99 to the GCSU Foundation within the fiscal year. Mrs. Stacey L. Bennett Mr. Brian C. Clark Mr. Andrew M. Coggins Ms. Elizabeth E. Cone Mr. Robert T. Fisher Mr. James W. Fouche, III Mrs. Karan D. Fowler Mr. Philip W. Guy Ms. Desale D. Habtzghi Mrs. Kelly S. Herman-Roberts Mr. Daniel R. Hinely

Ms. Elizabeth A. Hooker Mrs. Rose Valentine Hyde Ms. Evelina N. Iossifov Mrs. Catherine H. Ivory Mr. Keith Jackson Mrs. Amanda I. Jarriel Mrs. Tracee M. Karlsson Mr. Thomas O. Karlsson Mr. Nathan E. King Mrs. Marcia W. Knight Mrs. Betty J. Kuhn Mrs. Anne E. Moshtael Mr. Lee P. Owen Ms. Michelle L. Parr Ms. Julie M. Prevette Ms. Jennifer C. Puckett Mr. Joel A. Reott Ms. Debra A. Silsbee Mrs. Lewissa D. Singleton Mr. John R. Smith Mr. Clinton M. Thurmond Mr. Joel E. Tillirson Mrs. Kimberly L. Turner Ms. Yvonne M. Vallentine Mr. Christopher R. Yarbrough

Alumni Donors By Decade FY 2007 2000s Leslie Lineberger Adams Laura Adkins Herbert Agnew Juan Alcarria William Allen Melinda Andrews Derick Austin Joy Birdsong Baker Wendy Ballew Leah Parker Barbee Anthony Barnes Krista Paitsel Barnes Scott Bassett John Baum Tammy Crow Beatty Lena Belflower Stacey Bennett Latanza Bennett Heather Bernhardt Joffery Blair Leah Blasingame Susan Blick Jason Bouchard Anna Swanson Bouchard

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Jill Rainey Boyer Stephanie Bradl April Brooks Bragg Teresa Reid Brinson Jessica Deal Briscoe Amy Brown Rosemary Burgamy Tysen Campbell Frederick Carr Sheryl Cavazos Mary Chandler Erin Chandler Debra Chavanne Candace Greer Christian Brian Clark William Clingenpeel Ovid Cobb Andrew Coggins Stephen Collins Elizabeth Cone LeeAnn Conway Christopher Cook Michael Cooper Laura Cowart Bahram Darugar Matthew Davis

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Lisa Pepple Davis Sandra Dean Kathie Deen Youliya Dimitrov Nikolay Dimitrov Virginia Does Tammy Duren William Dyer Brandon Echols Kathryn Edwards Heather Edwards Kathleen Espelage Emily Fairbrass Sara Faircloth Mark Fincher Robert Fisher Wanda Foster Jakebar Foster James Fouche Karan Fowler Kimberly Fox Heather Frazier Lee Fruitticher Elizabeth Tatum Gallagher Charles Gass Bruce Gaynor

Christopher Gibson Misty Gilbreath Cooky Harris Glenn Stephanie Glowka Douglas Goings John Grant Conley Greer Stephen Griffin Philip Guy Desale Wilhite Habtzghi Lesley Andrews Hamm Wesley Hamm Erica Hammock Amy Miller Hanus Antilina Harris Barbara Murray Harte Michael Hataway Monica Haynes Xihao He Ryan Hendrix Kelly Herman-Roberts Denise Hill Daniel Hinely Benjamin Hobbs Jeb Holder Elizabeth Hooker Joy Sheppard Humphrey Michelle Hurst Rose Valentine Hyde Evelina Galova Iossifov Catherine Ivory Keith Jackson Amanda Jackson Jarriel Burl Jimmerson Sherry Whigham Johnson Mara Jones Tracee Smith Karlsson Thomas Karlsson Phyllis Kent John Kilgore Kristofer Killian Nathan King Sarah King – Forrester Marcia Whittington Knight Betty Baston Kuhn

Erin McKnight Lariscy Michael Lariscy Jamie Lee Sean Lennon Janet Lewis Trent Lewis Cara Lindsey Mary Lipford Jenni Little Teleshia Lyman Jennifer Mabry Scott Malone Gerad Mathis Robin Matthews Laura Walker Maxwell Justin May Michael McCabe Clayton McClendon Ashley Young McDaniel Susan McGill Amanda McKie Kenneth Meeks Jennifer Mitchell Tanya Moon Anne Moshtael Lesley Panzarella Mufalli Laura DuBois Mullis Wendy Nkari Charles Orr Lee Owen Michelle Parr Betty Rice Pepetone Barbara Peters Kimberly Phillips Janice Pickett Claire Pigg James Pike Travis Polk Emily Chambers Pollard Elizabeth Pool Amber Poole Saundra Pope Jocelyn Powell Julie Prevette Jennifer Puckett

Lindsey Puckett Kristen Quinton Daphne Ragland Georgia Ragonetti-Zebell Claire Redfern Leigh Gray Reeves Kelly Linch Register Joel Reott Anna Braddy Rhodes Darla Rich Elizabeth Sanborn Nancy Saylor Julie Scott Stephanie Shelton Erin Shipman Debra Silsbee Larry Sims John Sims Lewissa Swords Singleton Joel Singleton Rebecca Skinner Cheryl Smith John Smith Maribeth Smith Jennifer Johnson Smith Lorri Hinton Smith Mandy Smith Lee Snelling Susan Peacock Southerland Sonya Jones Spikes Jamie Stanford Sharon Rodgers Stanovich M. Steensland Mary Stiles Rachel Sullivan John Talvan Patrice Reaves Terrell Michael Thees Amy Third Heather Thompson Clinton Thurmond Timothy Tidwell


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1990s Joseph Aldridge Nancy Alford Emily Allen Melissa Nicholson Anderson Devie Archebelle Sandra Arp Julie Ashleman Dena Mullins Astin Donna Attaway Joshua Axelberd Kathy Bailey Carol Dean Baker William Baldwin Pamela Ballard Jonathon Barbaree Charlotte Barber William Barlow Judy Barton Lisa Beall Deborah Beard Larry Beck Jay Beeland Deborah Bell Ethel Ezell Berksteiner John Bissinger Thomas Blenk Carla Blenk James Bolen Tab Bone Stanley Borek Terrell Bragg Gail Grove Brooks Miriam Harrison Brown Brenda Brown Jennifer Brown Emily Bryan-Swindell Vernetha Stroud Bryant Hope Brandon Buchanan Matthew Buchanan Wade Buendia Athol Burns Lynn Calhoun Lori Alcorn Campbell Randall Cannon Veronica Carter

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Robert Thomaston Laura Key Thompson Dana Parker Thompson Christy Yawn Thornton Jonathan Tipton Marcus Tukes Stephanie Tukes-Manuel James Turner Ken Turner Margaret Varner Ima Endsley Veal Judy Starley Veal Perry Veal Brian Veal Angela Veal George Vestal Michael Vullo Julie Harrison Wade Lynn Davis Waits Amanda Ashurst Walker Stevenson Walker Danny Wall Joseph Wallace Rosemary Lovins Warnock Jodi Mullis Warren Viola Warren Sara Hudson Waters Christopher Watkins Wende Bates Weil Bryan Weil Lynn Barfield West Lurline Browning West Brenda Taylor Whigham Katherine White Sharon Wilcher Sheila Robinson Williams Jennifer Smith Williamson James Williamson Artis Williamson Beth Willis Gena Carter Wilson Lorene Wilson Edward Wolpert Joycelyn Fenn Wood William Wood Christopher Wood Cynthia Worthen William Young Feng Zhou

1980s Rosemary McCurry Ahonen Norman Alexander Rhonda Stokes Alexander Debra Graham Allen Susan Collins Allen Craig Amason Timothy Anderson Lisa Wray Anderson Harlan Archer Phillip Arp Stella Thigpen Auchmutey Juanita Brookins Avery Dean Bagwell Robert Baldwin Frances Baldwin Kitty Ann Crawn Bargeron Carol Barlow Evelyn Mercer Barnette Ann Tuso Baxley Catherine Bazemore William Bazemore Julie Carmichael Beacham Jeffrey Beacham

Becton Dickinson and Company BellSouth Black & Decker Corp. Citigroup Foundation, Inc. The Coca-Cola Foundation Deloitte & Touche LLP Eli Lilly and Company Equifax Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation Federated Department Stores GE Foundation GEICO Corporation Georgia Power Foundation Illinois Tool Works Foundation ING ReliaStar IBM Corporation John S. & James L. Knight Foundation Johnson & Johnson, Inc. Kimberly-Clark Corp. LandAmerica Financial Group, Inc. Martin Marietta Materials Medtronic, Inc. Merck & Co. Procter & Gamble Fund SP SBC Communications Inc. Shell Oil Company Foundation Southern Company State Farm Insurance Companies SunTrust Bank Atlanta Foundation Towers Perrin Tyco International Limited The University Financing Foundation, Inc. Wal-Mart Foundation Wells Fargo Bank Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation WMAZ-TV

William Beddingfield Steven Bell Marion Benson Richard Bertoli* Wendy Moore Bibb Ethel Skeeter Bill Charles Birton Ivy Knowles Blackmon Billy Blackmon Shannon Lindsey Blanton Robert Bonner Cherie Long Boston Emily Korson Bowden Eugene Bowden Sheryl Collier Bowen Cherry Bowen R. Brame Kenneth Brantley Sara Smith Brantley Julie Ott Branyan Robin Bridges Susan Jackson Brooks Stephen Brooks Paul Brooks Mary Walton Brooks Cathy Brooks Tracy Brown Danny Brown Patsy Haynie Brown Joanne Brown Mary Brumfield Edward Budo Evelyn Johnson Bugg Helena Backman Bussell Charles Cain Barry Caldwell Kim Sasser Carr Vanessa Carter Timothy Carter

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Helen Haines Haines Caye Brannon Hale Carolyn Boyd Hanna Mark Hardwick Wayne Hardy Carolyn McLeroy Harper Steven Harrell Kathy Cauley Harrison Thomas Hatfield Faye Flinchbau Heal Joanne Helton Shantee Salter Henry Christy Tamplin Henry Craig Henry Keith Henry Regina Alford Henson Patricia Hickman James Higgins Jason Hinton Christy Callaway Hinton Perry Hiott Kelly Hooks Hodges Joanne Hoinowski Judy Kemp Holton Curtis Hooker Peter Ibbotson Randy Inboden Bart Jackson Barbara Dickson Jackson Melisande Cromer Jackson David Jackson Kim Jenkins William Jennings Dianne Weeks Jeselnik Sidney Jessup Guy Johnson Marjorie Skinner Johnson Tammie Johnson Mary McCallum Johnson Susan Cofer Johnson Marsha McRee Jones Sharon Shiver Joyner Kenneth Joyner Harold King Martha Kingery William Kitchens Joseph Kitchens Samuel Kitchings Jannell Riggs Knight Theresa Ripko Kodrowski Stephen Layson Laurens Lee Rebecca Russell Lee Kim Benavides Leotis John Leotis Michael Lillard Iris Arnold Lillard John Lindsay Michael Liotta Ann Savage Livingston Kim Goodrich Livingston Martha Pate Lovett Deborah Lowder Scott Lynn Janey Fesmire Maddox Marsha Thomas Malone Karen Marshall Ruth Hyder Marshall Kimberly Hall Martin Leslie Doolittle Mathis James McGahee Shaina Brown McGill James McGinnis John McIntosh Sandra McMaster Frank McMichael

Deborah Douthit McMichael William Miehe Joyce Miller Anelia Cohen Miller Lisa Norton Miller Joe Miller Jerry Milligan Donald Mills Ella Brown Milner James Milner Rita Yarbrough Minter Janet Milby Minter Teresa Minton Michael Mobley Vicki Hattaway Morgan William Morrison Brigitte Davis Moten Beverly Murphy James Myers Kevin New Olza Nicely Laura Davis Nichols James Nipper Gary Nobles Rebecca Atteberry O’Brien George Oetter Cindy Wooley Oetter Dorothy Holt Padgett Bryan Parish Jessie Parker Eleanor Worley Parks Lori Smalley Passmore Helen Barrett Paul Lori Bryant Payne Gregory Payne Billy Perry Tara Paschal Peters Jennifer Weber Petracca Patricia Hammack Phillips Nancy Mellette Pickett Leon Pierce Rebecca Price Pittman Tina Ponder Sharon Jones Price Dorothy Puckett Shelbie Rowland Purser Jennifer Anderson Purvis Iris Meadows Quave Rudolph Renfroe Donald Rhodes Felicia Basley Richardson Christine Collins Ridley Ruth Davis Roach Mark Robinson Dianne Rogers Patricia Rogers L. Rogers Sherri Bridges Rollins Karen Rowell-Smith Thomas Ryan Marcus Sack Louise Sallstrom Patricia Samprone Verlinda Samuels Carol Cowart Sapp Vicky Towns Sawall Robert Schneider Alecia Aldridge Searcy Krista Seckinger Susan Svoboda Simmons Stephen Simmons Mary Hooks Simmons Trentia Powell Simpson Helen Skaret Christina Vianey Smith

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Lisa Smith Helen Smith Julie Massey Smith Thomas Snyder Florence Petroski Snyder Harvey Spear Philip Spence Dell Norris Spires Paula Jones Spivey Velinda Hall Stanley Sharon Pritchett Staples Todd Staples Martha Stevens Perry Stewart Elizabeth Barcalow Stillwell Catherine Parker Strickland William Strickland Gayle Bailey Suggs Brenda Summers Stephanie Chambers Surles Patricia Tate Robert Temple Redonda Thomas Merle Thurmond Margaret Howard Tolbert Angela Malone Tribble Amy Allums Tribble Felisa Hill Turnipseed Elaine Turk Uhler Timothy Vacula Carol Grant Vance Margaret Galloway Velvick Betty Farmer Vinson Jean Gordy Wachtel Tina Terral Wall Edward Walsh Jeffery Wansley Susan Tarver Washburn Shari Gambrell Watt E. Watts Erin Malloy Weaver Gary Webb Vicki Knox West Faye Hicks West Faith Willoughby Whitaker Gary Whitmore Susan Henry Whittle Kevin Wicker Barbara Thomas Wilcher William Wilfong Darren Wilkins Scott Wilkinson Johnny Williams Ed Williams Angelina Scoggins Williams Henrietta Williams Ronnie Williams Sylvia Tyre Williamson Angela Wilson Jan Shumak Witherington Lynn Combs Wolfe Rhonda Purser Wood Levy Woodlief Detra Johnson Wright Michelle Raley Wright Mercedes Norris Youmans

1970s Pamela Holton Adamson Harold Alexander Mary Allen Roger Anderson Sue Harris Andrews Sally Rachels Archer

Patricia Bennett Armstrong Nan Layfield Ashmore Ralph Baggs Deborah Bickley Baggs Sandra Smith Balchin Farellyn Perry Barentine John Barentine Bonnie Lightner Bargeron Elizabeth Barnhart Alicia Morris Bartlett Tommie Dicken Bartlett Carol Balkcom Barton Edward Baumgardner Gene Baxley Carol Adler Baxter Ethel Kiser Beck Rebecca Smith Beckworth Michael Beckworth Henry Beeson Norman Bellury Emmie Berryman Betty Bary Bertoli Melody Dilworth Biederman Donald Bill Elizabeth Lawrence Blake Kathlyn Blanchard George Bohannon Vicki Nepote Bolton Stephen Booher James Booth Melinda Morris Bowen Cathy Fleder Bowers Pat Boyd Max Brabson Suzanne Cato Brabson Brenda Bragg-Price Naomi Ray Brannon Crystal Fountain Branta Phillip Brantley Jean Gazafy Brantley Marcelle Clark Bridgeman Janice Newsome Brinkley Judith Johnson Brodie James Brooks Guerry Brooks Diane Walthall Brooks Judith Dennard Brooks Bernice Simpson Brown Jerry Brown Alvin Brown Robert Brunton Ellen Bryson Charles Burrell Margaret Lee Rankin Burton Kathleen Gay Butler Deborah Ginn Cain Ann Blakeney Caldwell Sue Cannon Carrick John Carrick Teresa Payne Carver Charles Carver William Casey William Cassidy Mary Ann Smith Cauthen James Cavendish Eloise Gandy Cawthon Barbara Bass Chance Janie William Channell Lee Loflin Chapman Ruby Russell Cheesman Charles Cheeves Ronald Chipman Evelyn Boyd Clark Diane Cromartie Clements Brenda Armstrong Clifton

Gifts were made to GCSU in honor of the following individuals during the 2007 fiscal year. Mrs. Elizabeth H. Bennett Dr. Ginger R. Carter-Miller Ms. Grace S. Chapin Dr. Sandra Gangstead Mrs. Virgie S. Heffernan Mrs. Mary R. Lee Mrs. Martha S. McLendon Dr. Doris Moody Mr. James B. Russell Dr. Joseph F. Specht Mrs. Dovie C. Wingard

Brenda Presley Coker Rhonda Kerr Coleman Victoria Steele Coley Quinces Bontine Coley M. Collier Barry Collins Mary Collins Donna Campbell Collins Richard Cook Angie Proctor Cook Susan Smallwood Cooper Melba Goodrum Cooper Willie Cooper John Cooper Kathleen Cooper Jane Denney Cooper Michael Cowan Linda Jordan Cowan Linda Bailey Crawford Ray Crenshaw John Crosby Josephine Newsom Cummings Claude Daniel Walter Darley James Davis Susan McDaniel Deason Marguerite Steverson Delgado Joseph DeLoach Melody Lines Deloach Shirley Dennis Marvin Denton Diego Diaz Robert Dillard Aggie Belger Dockery William Douglas Mary Riley Douglass Jeffrey Douglass Randall Douthit Charles Doyle Jo Allen Drinkhahn Cynthia Rhodes Dupree Neil Dyer Glenn Easterly Cindy Shank Elkins Owen Ethridge Barbara Perry Ferrazzano Tamlin Bellamy Fortner Sheila Sullivan Foster Cecilia McClure Fowler Johnny Fraley Sandra Pittman Franklin Lynn McDermott Friedberg Robert Fuller Dan Gabriel Frank Gaudry Susan Bracewell Gay


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Nina Heck Alligood Carolyn Patrick Amburn Jane Lee Anderson Jane Greer Anderson Ruth Smith Anderson Lynda Dixon Anthony Rafael Ballagas Helen Sparrow Barnes Harriette Torbert Baynes Mae Crittenden Bell Jo Dunahoo Benton Karon Buford Beyer Patricia Crowe Blair Ellen Garrard Blake Norma Farmer Boggs Betty Baggett Bowling Virginia Boyd Ethel Robertson Boyle Connie Poole Bozeman Kathryn Hooten Bradford Virginia Griffin Brandau Vonnelle Beasley Brantley Joy Davis Breeden Janelle Greene Bridges Tally Hodges Brillembourg Linda Price Brown Margaret Leslie Brown Donna Hice Brown Jessie Thornton Brown Jane Thornton Brown Brenda Phillips Brown Elizabeth Dent Browning Joan Henderson Bruce Jean Jackson Bullock Susan Aul Burnett Dianne McGill Burnside Lenette Owens Burrell Julia Griffin Burton Mary Norris Calhoun Rita Rattray Cannon Myrtice Carpenter Susan Causey Patricia Harper Chafin Jane Chance Shirley Lanthripp Chapman Jo Ann Pittman Chapman Catherine Penn Chastain Ginger Shuman Clark Harriett Jones Claxton Carol Willbanks Cobb Kay Brooks Collins George Cooper Bernice Manseault Cooper Brenda Groves Corbin Mary Corbitt Joan Deavours Cordell Beverly Watson Council J. Council Sandra Hodges Couroux

Jessie Jackson Cox Tracy Smith Coyle Sarah Mathis Crawford Alice DePratter Crews Judy Thorne Crittenden Myra McKinney Daniel Corinne McLemore Daniel Dorothy Snow Darby Betty Addy Davis Virginia Davis Dollean Ballard Daymude June Allen Dellis Betty Dewitt Dewitt Kay Dunn Dickinson Joan Roper Dorsett Judith Stahl Douglas Beverly Lee Dove Katherine Brooks Drake Charlee Perfect Duke Judith Walker Duke June Stevens Durden Emily Peters Durham Rosemary Dyer Peggy East Dana Byington Edgens Anne Dooley Etheridge Jean Hudson Fennell Janet Pennington Ferguson Marjorie Doak Finlayson Patricia Wright Flanders Luel Greene Folsom Patricia Rabon Force Janie Clark Fortin Glenda Hamilton Garner Wanda Granade Garrett Lillie Thomas Gaulding Mary Proctor Gibson Barbara Gladin Giddens Paula Breuer Gleason Connie Vin Granade Ione Chason Grebinger Mary Green Harriet Nutt Greer Barbara Budreau Griffin Grace Roland Griffin Jenell Rogers Griffith Carolyn Sims Grimes Doris Williams Gunter Cheryl Wade Hammock Lois Gibson Hammond Emily Gober Hancock Susan Caraway Hanson Sabra Hanson-Holladay W. Hardie Carol Bates Harrison Dona Browne Hatfield Patricia Reece Hawkins Mary Carmichael Hay Betty Barfield Hemperley

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Grace Mosley Hiers Shirley Foster Hodges James Hollis Saralyn Morris Holmes Janice Rogers Hopkins Dianne Roberts Horsley Barbara Dame Houze Vickie Bland Howard Sherry Staples Hubbard Rebecca Smith Hughes Janice Housman Hunt Amelia Adams Hunter Susie Bell Jacobs Mary Parker Jefferies Victoria Culpepper Jenkins Janice Higginbotham Johns Mary Johnson Lynn Butler Johnson Alice Teague Johnson Sybil Norris Jones Judith Brown Jones Martha Sorrow Jones Sandra Rattray Jones Sherrill Crowell Jones Nancy Short Jordan Beth Taylor Jordan David Kearton Phyllis Kelly Kennedy Gloria Russo King Betty Brantley King Joan Guntherberg Knighten Juanita Dean Kuipers Barbara Rice Langston Jacquelyn Giammetta Lawn Ruth McKinney Lawson Mary Rogers Lee Beth Cunningham Lessard Susan Bennett Lewis Gloria Ware Lewis Ellen Forrester Limbrick Lynda Hodges Lindsey Alice Chafin Lokey Posy Baker Lough Jean Johnson Lowery Kay Andrews Luckie Henrietta Maret Mabry Drusilla Smith Malcom Jacquelyn Chapman Mann Elizabeth Mann Elizabeth Moon Mansfield Sara Alexander Martin Judith Hadley Maxwell Miriam McAfee Barbara Worsham McAlister Dorothea Whitaker McAlvin Deborah Jordan McClain Elizabeth Grinstead McCluskey Jeanne Varnedoe McConnell Shirley Youngblood McCook Sandra Fountain McDaniel Carol McElheney Dorothy Kelly McKinley Linda Jordan McKnight Beverly Mallory McWilliams Judith Jurgensen Melroy Cheryl Schrader Melton Sandra Fitzgerald Metts Carmelita Anderson Miller Johnnie Scarborough Miller Bettye Gibbs Millians Jeanne Milner James Minter Margaret Stout Mitchell Frances Bynum Mitchell

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Carolyn Franklin Stewart Janie Johnson Stewart Shirley Reeves Stillwell Sandra Tuzman Stone Olynda Butler Stretcher Rosemary Smith Strickland Marilyn Boyd Summers Larry Swanson Dale Brewton Swanson Dollie Warren Swilley Louise Culpepper Taber Chandler Minter Tagliabue Leolene Montgomery Tate Marialice Tatom Mary Carlin Thomas Judith Williams Thomas Joyce Seigler Thomas Beverly Taylor Thompson Frances Lyle Thrailkill Nell Graham Tiller Elizabeth Howard Tonn Golden Hawes Toole Shelbie Carter Townsend Carroll Schwiening Wagner Anne Overstreet Walden Jacqueline Hearn Walker Allyson Boyce Washburn Frances Watson Edna Swinson West Wanda White Peggy Bond Whitehead James Whitfield Ann Robinett Wiggins Jo Slade Wilbanks Ann Smallwood Wilder Bonny Berry Wilder Jeanne Pearce Wileen Jeanelle Pearson Wiley Linda Overman Williams Noel Hayes Williamson Karen Palmer Willis Kay King Willoughby Iris Barron Wilson Catherine Cummings Wooddy Linda Collier Woods Jaclyn Usry Wukela Jane Cardin Wyatt Marie Ponsell Young Nelda Headrick Young

1950s Clara Addy Shirley Walker Aderhold Carolyn Carter Agnew Charlene Greer Alker Carol Shiver Andrews LaVance Clement Atkins Gayle Christensen Avant Susie Fleming Bagley Reba Hardie Bailey Ruth Mozo Ball Mary Pope Barentine Lois Chapman Barr Beegee Clark Baugh Cynthia Cunningham Beal Lillian Martin Beck Jacqueline Becton Bell Alice Duke Bell Bobby Christmas Benedict Ruth Brown Benigno Norma Bennett Wanda Highsmith Bennett Edith Langford Bennett Sylvia McCluskey Betts

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Dolores Wheeler Birch Betty Waller Bishop Linda Robinson Blancett Jeanne Pierce Bledsoe Helen Cook Boruff Sarah Young Bowman Carol Mays Boyce Doris Gilbert Boyd Alice Durrett Bradford Lauratine Aiken Brannon Annie Kirkley Brantley Emmie Veal Bray Carolyn Rainey Bridgman Caroline Thomas Brinson Jane Mitchell Brogdon Barbara Lindsey Brown Allene Poole Brown Barbara Fleming Brown Pinkie Wilson Brutcher Mary Happoldt Bryan Billie Beckham Burdett Dorothy Doster Burt Martha Pittard Cabe Lynnette Ard Cannon Katherine Willis Carlyle Nan Davis Carpenter Paula Scarborough Carter Peggy Felde Chaney Virginia Lancaster Chapman Barbara Atchison Cheeves Nina Durrett Childs Sara Clements Clark Carol Eady Clayton Fannie Harrell Clements Mary Clower Patricia Sutton Cochran Dorothy Cohan Dorothy Maddox Collins Ruth Howington Compton Mary Jordan Cook Grace Paul Cook Barbara Grant Cowan Eleanor Orr Cox Carol Taylor Cox Roberta Arnold Crittenden Mary Gibson Cutchens Belinda Anderson Daniels Vivian Lane Davis Dorothy Hansard Davis Shirley Pettit Dellinger Rebecca Dennard Mazie Hamlin Dillard Joel Whitfield Dilworth Mary Altman Dowling Charlotte Moon Doyal Sara Broxton Dozier Jean Mitchell Drury Mary Bennett Dudley Angelyn Amis Duke Sara Taylor Dukes Dolores Davis Dunham Selena Durden Dunn Pauline Farr Echols Jane Adams Edmonds Blanche Hollander Edwards Diane D’Aubert Ewing Faye Holt Fall Sybil Smith Fanning Bernadine King Findley Ellen Jerkins Finley Frances Bruce Flexer Marian Culpepper Galt Sylvia Leard Gay Peggy Sutton Gilmore Charlee Bloodworth Goolsby

Mary Beland Gordon Martha Hawkins Gore Joyce Blocker Gray Marie Herfurth Grover Edith Hanson Gunnels Shirley Leroy Gunter Haywood Hall Dolores Johnson Hall Nickie Murphy Hall-Hensley Ramona Johnson Hammock Erin Turner Hanni Betty Keaton Harbin Emmie Hudgens Hardage Doris Hood Hardie Mary Collins Hargraves Harriett Willett Hargrove Mary Williams Harper Kathryn Anderson Harris Myra Bagwell Harris Roberta McKinney Hatcher Inez Layfield Hawkins Virgie Sellers Heffernan Martha Rogers Henderson Natalie Harrison Hendrix Lois Turner Henry Annette Miles Hinner Mary Collins Holbert Jackie Keith Hornsby Mary Richey Hubbard Julia Hadden Hughes Melba Shellnutt Hull Lucile Colclough Hulsey Eleanor Hurst Betty Muggridge Hutcheson Helen Henderson Inman Patricia Griffin Jackson Minta Brantley Jackson Suellen Holliman James Rosemary Williams James Dallas Patterson Jankowski Margaret Brinkley Johnson Helen Bell Jones Jean Brown Jones Bernice Strickland Jordan Frances Webb Keaton Virginia Burnum Keeffe June Williams Kellam Katherine Kent Barbara Temple King Nancy Rymer Kitchens Constance Barrow Krueger Pauline Roberts Lamar Happy Dowis Lambie Betty Leroy Langford Ramon Dauwalter Lantz Billie West Lawing Louise Ledbetter Lawrence Jo Anne Nix Lawson Joanne Kandel Leaf Janice Newsome Leece Marian Moore Lewis Shirley Kemp Little Sara Smith Lively Margolese Jones Long Caroline Griffith Lundy Eloise Blackburn MacKay Dorothy Ward Majors Gray Tillman Malcom Emily Trapnell Manning Elizabeth Shefelton Marlette Carolyn Newton Martin LaFayne Hodges May Jeannette Jones McClure

Mrs. Jane Banks Mrs. Jean G. Brantley Ms. Grace S. Chapin Mrs. Novine H. Dent Dr. David J. DeVries Mr. Maurice Friedman Mrs. Sara M. Gregory Mrs. Emily C. Hill Dr. Jean G. Jacobs Mrs. Emily B. Jenkins Ms. Dorothy Kurtz Ms. Virginia Mayer Mrs. Bernice B. McCullar Mr. Walter B. Peeler, Sr. Mr. Willard Riner Mr. Joseph Samprone, Sr. Mrs. Catherine P. Smith Dr. Ruth Sneed Dr. Joseph F. Specht Mrs. Helen M. White Mrs. Margaret H. Wilson

Elizabeth Weldon McCollum Billie Davis McComb Wylene Harris McCook Martha Camp McCulloch Betty Akin McDaniel Gloria Erwin McDonald Frances Canady McNeely Josephine Edwards McRee Cecille Maddox Menhinick Shirley Cauthen Miller Barbara Harvey Mitchell Lyndoll Ulm Moore Shirley Stovall Morgan Jean Crittenden Morris Mariuna Morrison Ouida Mozo Serena Wepf Neal Maidana Knott Nunn Ann McFarlin Olive Rosanna Robison Oliver Mary Smith O’Neal Nancy Plowden Oxford Phillippa Kandel Paddison Frances Padgett Margie Arrant Palmer Yvonne Watson Parker Lila Mills Parkman Elizabeth Royal Patton Joyce Anglin Peavey Jacquelyn Christian Pennington Dorothy Pinkston Betty Greer Powell Kathryn Tucker Powell Helen Foshee Randall Anne Reddick-Mitchum Nona Wofford Reeves Harriet May Rich Daisy Hammett Rickett Jean Nutt Ritchie Anne Graham Rix Dois Smith Rogers Jean Carroll Russell Nancy White Sanders Iris Sawyer Schmitt Coreda Jeffares Shaw Louise Moore Shirreffs Martha Phelps Silsby Mary King Simpson Mary Hall Skinner Emily Sparks Smith Jeanelle Lamb Smith Eleanor Dunahoo Smith


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Annual Scholarship Donors Mr. Herbert A. Agnew, II Mr. Joseph K. Aldridge Mrs. Susan C. Allen Mrs. Carol S. Andrews Ms. Devie D. Archebelle Mr. Harlan T. Archer Mr. and Mrs. Mike Augustine Dr. Dave Bachoon Dr. Carol Bader Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Barrett, Jr. Mrs. Lisa A. Beall Mr. Donnie Beasley Mrs. Alice D. Bell Ms. Wendy M. Bibb Ms. Joffery A. Blair Mrs. Cindy D. Bowen Mrs. Jill R. Boyer Mrs. Virginia G. Brandau Mrs. Teresa M. Brinson Mrs. Cathy W. Brooks Mr. Paul J. Brooks Mrs. Susan L. J. Brooks Mrs. Donna H. Brown Mr. Thomas Brozowski Mr. Alan Brumbaugh Mrs. Rosemary E. Burgamy Burgess Pigment Company Mr. Frank J. Burke, Jr. Mr. William M. Burke Mrs. Margaret Lee R. Burton Dr. Lee A. Caldwell Ms. Lynn Calhoun Mr. John Carrick Dr. Peter M. Carriere Ms. Judith O. Caudill Mr. Jeffrey P. Chupich Mr. Stanley L. Cinnamon Mrs. Ginger S. Clark Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. Dr. Mary Sue Coleman Mrs. Kay B. Collins Mrs. Ruth H. Compton Ms. Elizabeth E. Cone Mr. Christopher B. Cook Dr. Bud Cooper, Jr. Ms. Kathy D. Copp

Daisy Harvey Smith Carolyn Fowler Smith Neta Hancock Smith Celeste Smith Martha Dye Smith Jean Muns Smith Jacolyn Rawlins Smith Ruth Womble Smith June Kitchens Smith Jane Hayes Smith Florence Taylor Spalding Geneva Johnson Sparling Leila Rheney Speering Betty Coleman Spooner Charlotte Warren Stembridge Annette Aiken Stephens Patty Allred Stephens Betty Queen Stewart Jane Holst Stoddard Virginia Yarbrough Stone Claire Strawn Sybil Strickland Mary Summerlin Sutherland

Mrs. Cathy J. Crawley Mr. John C. Crouse Mr. Bill Crowe Ms. Flor Culpa-Bondal Mrs. Josephine N. Cummings Mrs. Sandra P. Davis-Johnson Dr. Therry N. Deal Mrs. Lauren Benson Deen Mrs. June A. Dellis Dr. Michael Digby Dr. Aggie B. Dockery Mr. Brandon J. Echols Mrs. Jane A. Edmonds Dr. Marianne Edwards ExxonMobil Foundation Dr. Ken Farr Mr. Glenn G. Fifarek and Mrs. Mary K. La Fountain Mr. and Mrs. James B. Fleece Dr. Jerry W. Fly Mrs. Vicki Folendore Mr. Robert Forlaw Mrs. Janie R. Fortin Mr. John W. Fox Ms. Anita D. Fraley Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Franklin Ms. Angela Y. French Mrs. Lynn M. Friedberg Dr. Barbara Funke Dr. Santiago García-Castañón Georgia Power Company, Macon Dr. Lee Gillis and Dr. Jude Hirsch Dr. Michael Gleason Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goodson, Jr. Ms. Maria Gordon Drs. Anne V. and John B. Gormly Mrs. Frances K. Graham Mrs. Carrie H. Green Mr. Timothy L. Green Mr. and Mrs. E. Alex Gregory, Jr. Mrs. Barbara A. Griffin Miss Jane M. Haddock Drs. Don and Robin Harris Mr. Michael A. Hataway Mrs. Faye A. Heal Mr. Ryan S. Hendrix

Jananne Joyner Tanner Beverly Branch Tarpley Mary Combs Tate Jan Blackwell Taylor Betty Camp Thomas Mary Deariso Thompson Esther Ingram Thomson Ruth Thornton Rachel Means Touchton Evelyn Noble Towson Jean Gregory Trotter Joan Gilbreath Trundle Betty Canady Turk Ann Robertson Turner Martha Lanier Turner Julia Adams Turner Sara Kinney Turner Kay Sullivan Tyler Bobbie Lane Uliano Martha Proctor Vinson Mary Hopkins Vredenburg Martha Morgan Wald Betty Flemings Wallace Shirley Lagerblad Walter Annie Jenkins Walton

Mr. Craig Henry Mr. Thomas B. Henstock Mrs. Phyllis R. Herman Ms. Leigh Hern Mr. Kip Herndon, Jr. Ms. Kathleen A. Hill Dr. Jane Hinson Mrs. Glenda B. Hobbs Mrs. Frances O. Holmes Mrs. Jessica C. Holstun Ms. Elizabeth A. Hooker Mrs. Ellen J. Hortman Mrs. Barbara L. Howard Mr. Fred G. Howe Mrs. Sharon A. Ingram Mr. Keith Jackson Dr. Rosemary F. Jackson James R. & Charlotte J. Thorne Family Fund Dr. Gregory J. Jarvie Ms. Sharon Johnson Dr. Paul A. Jones Ms. Sharon L. Jones Mr. John L. Kaines Mrs. Linda K. Kerce Dr. Cheryl P. Kish Ms. Mary D. Kitchens Dr. Karynne L. Kleine Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Kopesky Mrs. Sue Kuhnert Mrs. Mildred W. Landrum Mrs. Linda Layne Dr. Dorothy Leland Mr. Sean F. Lennon Dr. Beth C. Lessard Dr. Jim Lidstone Mrs. Carmen H. Lumpkin Ms. Teleshia M. Lyman Ms. Eva J. Mapp Dr. Kenneth J. Marks and Mr. Steven C. Rogers Ms. Julie K. Martin Mr. Alan Mayoros Mrs. Dorothea W. McAlvin Mr. Clayton L. McClendon Dr. and Mrs. William F. McDaniel Mrs. Shaina S. McGill

Jane Duvall Walton Iris Frazier Ward Josephine Warren June Lee Wasilauskis Marion Holliman Weathers Wenda Pritchett Weeks Anna McMillan Wesley Mildred Barrett West Reba Sutton Whatley Beverly Huff White Patricia Foster White Mary Herndon Wier Faye Boyer Wiggins Etta Griswell Wilcher Betty Williams Jacquelin Camp Williams Mildred Smith Williams Rose Thornton Willis Myra Martin Willis Betty Allen Witman Alice Smith Wolf Joyce Pannell Wollschlager Carole Carr Wright Marianne Harden Wylly Jackie Moorhead Young

Dr. and Mrs. Michael McGinnis Mrs. Dorothy A. McKinley Mrs. Faye M. McMaster Mrs. Sandra C. McMaster Mrs. Joan K. McNally Mr. John L. McSweeney Medtronic, Inc. Mrs. Judy H. Mercer Mr. and Mrs. David Miles Mrs. Shirley C. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Mitchell, II Dr. Nancy Mizelle Mr. Claude A. Moldenhauer Dr. Doris Moody Nelnet, Inc. Mr. Stelling Nelson Mrs. Roxanne P. Newell Mrs. Amy Nitsche Dr. Roger A. Noel Mr. Carl T. Obenland Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. O’Leary Dr. Michael Pangia Mrs. Thomas B. Park Ms. Jessie L. Parker Mrs. Julie S. Parmley Dr. and Mrs. Mark Pelton Ms. Marcia D. Perry Mr. and Mrs. John T. Peters Mrs. Patricia H. Phillips Dr. Dorothy Pinkston Ms. Suzanne Pittman Mrs. Buff Price Mrs. Doris Sosebee Prine Mrs. Judy M. Rader Mrs. Jean W. Reed Mrs. Kelly L. Register Mrs. Janice T. Robinson Mrs. Dana C. Rogers Dr. Jane A. Rose Dr. Kenneth Saladin Ms. Verlinda D. Samuels Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Sharp Mrs. Gwendolyn C. Shaw Ms. Stephanie A. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Sheppard Mr. Michael A. Sheppard

Betty Campbell Young Charlotte King Youngblood Janet Register Zavarine Edith Bishop Zucker

1940s Elizabeth Huff Abbott Virginia Wood Alexander Virginia Norris Anderson Bobbie Johnson Anderson Annie Jones Anderson-Brown Dorothy Hunt Applegate Mary Starr Austin Evelyn Austin Arlia Tomlinson Bailey Mary Jackson Basinger Irene Dysart Baugh Jane Simpson Beall Merle Chason Bearden Elizabeth Cleveland Bell Betty Bennett Irma Wall Bishop Doris Riviere Bonnell

Mary Clark Bowers Sara Bell Boyd Frances Bennett Bozeman Mary Morehead Brewster Marise Bassett Brink Mary Ethridge Britton Mabel Allmond Brown Helen Dowis Brown Eva Love Brown Wahldean McCorkle Brunson Weylene Edwards Bucklin* Betty Wells Bullock Edith Henderson Burt Barbara Cox Cade Doris Dunn Carrigan Joan Carter Ketus Conner Cawthon Miriam Jones Chamberlain Lillian Simpson Chandler Virginia Collar Clark Dorothy Taylor Clark Florida Hatcher Cobb Gwendolyn Wilson Collier Beulah Dowda Colquitt

Mr. Quintus Sibley Ms. Carroll Slusher Mrs. Deborah B. Smith Mrs. Edna L. Smith Ms. Mandy C. Smith Dr. Sharene Smoot Ms. Harriet Z. Solomon Mrs. Sonya D. Spikes Mrs. Sharon P. Staples Mrs. Irene A. Starr Mr. M. John Steensland, III Mrs. Carol Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Stevens, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Stewart Mr. Perry Stewart Ms. Kendall Stiles Mrs. Jananne J. Tanner The University Financing Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Nell Deariso Thompson Mrs. Esther I. Thomson Mrs. Nell G. Tiller Dr. Patti Tolbert Mrs. Evelyn N. Towson Mr. and Mrs. William C. Trotter Mrs. Joan G. Trundle Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Turner Mrs. Sheila H. Twombly University System of Georgia Foundation Mrs. Linda R. Vogel Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Weisflog Mrs. Anita T. West Mrs. Lurline B. West Dr. Wanda M. White Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Whitfield Ms. Mary E. Wickersham Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilkes Ms. Amy M. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Stanford G. Wilson MAJ Grace Womble, (Ret.) Dr. Zhenhui Xu Dr. Jiaqin Yang Mrs. Mercedes N. Youmans Mrs. Sarah B. Ziegenbein

Maybess Murphy Cone Margaret Bennett Cooper Anna Carmical Corn Gretchen Waldrep Corum Cornelia Grebe Cotton Jane Hall Cox Billy Sweerus Crawford Marcile Wesley Crutchfield Nancy McArthur Cumbie Mary Watson Cunningham Frances Parker Curry Shirley Steele Dalton Nell Daniel Martha Bowden Darsey Betty Bartlett Davis Jane Lancaster Davis Runette Hitchcock Davis Josephine Melton Davis Frances Ezell Day Mary Salter Deckard Sarah Stapleton Dillon Martha Fors Donald Joanne Pierce Drake Barbara Camp Durshimer Corinne Tucker Dykes

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Lucile Stansell Holder Virginia Olsen Horton Jo Bell Hudson Margie Hughes Mary Hunt Faye Dunaway Jackson Amelia Vance Jackson Jewell Radford Jarka Saralu Carter Jenkins Martha Dumas Johnson Doris Watson Joiner Jane Mitchell Jones Martha Jones Kelly Ann Hodges Kinnett Carolyn Hilyer Knight Margaret Lewis Kyle Mildred Wood Landrum Betty Lane LaNelle Bailey Lasseter Cornelia Stembridge Lawson Helen Matthews Lewis Klonnie Wren Lewis Cloa Harvey Lloyd Martha Duke Lokey Catherine Adams Lombardo Dorothy Peacock Madding Ruth Banks Marsh Virginia Osborn Mayes* Hilda Gray Mayo Jacquelyn Wasden McAfee Fanny McClure Bee McCormack Mary McEver Bess Saye McFarland Roena McJunkin Kate McKemie Joan Kingery McNally Martha Stewart McNaron

Gifts-In-Kind 119 Chops A Flair for Hair A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. A-1 Oil and Lube A-1 U Rent, Inc. Drs. J. Stanley and Wanda Aldridge Altamaha EMC Amanda Greene Photography American Fast Photo American Specialties Company Amici Italian Café Arcilla Mining and Land Company Attaway Waste Services Baldwin Bowling Center Baldwin Services, Inc. Baldwin Trophies and Awards Bass Signal Corporation Bayne’s Army Store BB&T Bank - Milledgeville Branch Ms. Sara Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Bell Blackbird Coffee Mrs. Elizabeth C. Broyles Bruster’s Ice Cream, Milledgeville Bug House Pest Control Mr. Eric Burkard C & B Processing Cadwell Furniture Company Capitol Transmission Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Carswell Dr. Ginger R. Carter-Miller Mr. William T. Casey, Jr. Central Georgia Battery

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Elizabeth Park Monday Carolyn Swindle Monroe Doris Moody Alma Dixon Moore Louise Moore Rachel McCrea Moran Marie Hargrove Morgan Mildred Inslee Morris Lonnie Morrison Lydia Kirkland Mosely Rebecca Mulligan Eleanor Douglas Nash Marion Sims New Mary Lanier Nuss Mildred Pharr O’Brien Lurlene Dawson O’Conner Sarah Taylor Owen Alberta Whitely Park Mary Ellen Flatt Parker Jean Pattishall Gloria Hamilton Patton Martha Callaway Paxson Virginia Petty Jane Garrett Philips Mary Lewis Pilcher Jo Hall Pinholster Carolyn Plunkett Pratt Mary Stubbs Pratt Frances Hicks Price Doris Sosebee Prine Grace Burel Puckett Virginia Bailey Queen Sybil Little Rainey Lazelle Chronister Reagan Ann Smith Rice Sara Nevels Richey Sarah Vaughan Ridgeway Frances Stevens Ridgway Jeanne Peterson Robinson Clyde Reynolds Roland

Central Georgia Technical College Chambers Cleaners Chambers Oil Company, Inc. Charmed Chatuge Shores Golf Course Chevy, Buick, Pontiac, GMC of Milledgeville Chick-fil-A Choo-Choo Supply Christine’s Jewelry & Accessories Ms. Allene Collins Dr. Martha Colvin Dr. Bud Cooper, Jr. Cox Media Cullen Equipment Co. Curtain Call Lake Oconee, Inc. Cuscowilla Golf Resort at Lake Oconee Dairy Queen, Milledgeville Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Davis DIY Equipment Rental Domino’s Pizza Duckworth Farm Supply, Inc. Dynamic Innovation Group Earthly Matters Painting Elluminate USA Inc. Mr. Sterling Everett Express Wash, Lube and Auto Care Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fain, Jr. Family Eye Care Associates FireLine, Inc. Fitness Plus Health Club L.L.C. Fowler-Flemister Concrete, Inc. Frames & Things Mr. Philip J. Franklin

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Elizabeth Shreve Ryan Jane Harwell Salter Marian Sheppard Sanford Janette Hogg Santoro Carmen Singletary Schatz Helen Mumford Scherer Shirley Giles Schubert Lorene Reagin Shaw Hilda Washburn Sheffield Jeanille Hadden Shipman Frances Binion Sibley Mildred Ennis Simpson Carol Martin Simpson Lucy Gilliam Sitton Karen Owens Smith Martha Whitehead Snelling Mary Wilson Spring Lala Carr Steelman Roslyn Bynum Strickland Claryce Sutton Strother Grace Jenkins Swingle Elizabeth Powell Tabor Dawn Atkinson Thomas Ernestine Prescott Thompson Joan Hungerford Tilghman Myrtle Keel Tillman Martha Chandler Tomlin Gertrude Horne Trawick Mildred MacLeod Turner Eva Daniel Ulrich Ruth Kent Underwood Mary Godbee Vinson Ida McLendon Waller Rosalia Donnelly Walsh Dorothy Lewis Warthen Ruth Gibbs Watkins Edwina Ozier Weber Anita Tanner West Elizabeth Mayes Westbury

Ms. Sharon B. Franklin Dr. Barbara Funke G & S Gas Service, Inc. GCSU Wellness Depot Mr. Ronnie Gainous Garrett Industries, Inc. Gary Pike’s Garden Center Dr. Michael M. Gass Georgia Public Broadcasting Mr. Rick and Dr. Tanya Goette The Goodie Gallery Drs. Anne V. and John B. Gormly Mr. and Mrs. Alan C. Grant Grapevine Antiques & More H & H Creek, Inc. Mr. Greg Hales Mrs. Diane Hall Harbor Club Ms. Genie H. Hargrove Harmony Pet Resort Healy Point Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Higgs Mrs. Elizabeth S. Hines Horton Components Hunter’s Haven Idle Hour Country Club Imagewear J. C. Grant Company Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jaworski Jeanie’s Enterprises Drs. Kenneth and Jo Ann Jones L A Nails L&M Farms, Inc. Lake Oconee Animal Hospital Lake Sinclair Furniture Dr. Dorothy Leland

Marion Culpepper Whiddon Nanette Daniel Whitmire Margaret Keel Wicker Sara Bowles Wicker Ruth Nutting Wilkes Ophelia Page Wilkes Hilda Pope Willett Elaine Bates Williams Mildred Hagood Williams Ann Berry Williams Jane Sparks Willingham Margaret Wilson Helen Tabb Wolak Sarah Wollison Grace Womble Helen Foster Wood Calene Rahn Wren Mary Lott Young

1930s Ruth Adams Rachel McMullen Atkisson Mary Gibson Baker Mary Bowen Banks Virginia Holder Baxley-Brown Elizabeth Bostick Belger Annella Brown Louise Cox Bryant Katherine Smith Callaway Dixie Barrett Carey Sara Allmond Carroll Sara Chambers Mary Pennington Clark Julia Stewart Eden Marjorie Wood Evans Edna Smith Freeman Floride Moore Gardner

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lineberger Mr. and Mrs. Steven Litchfield Luigi’s Magnolia State Bank Main Street Lighting, Inc. Dr. Michael A. Martino Mrs. Kathleen M. McGeever Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. McMichael Middle Georgia Card & Collectables Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Miles Milledgeville Aviation Milledgeville Country Club Milledgeville Main Street Ms. Nancy L. Miller Dr. James W. Mimbs, M.D. National Vision, Inc. Oasis Hair & Body Co. Oconee Glass and Mirror Company Office Max Old Governor’s Mansion Pamlico Pool Company, Inc. Papa John’s Pizza Peaches Old Time Smokehouse Pickle Barrel Cafe & Sports Pub Pittman’s Nursery Protective Cleaners Protective Financial Services Mrs. Cay Quattlebaum Radio Shack Reynolds Plantation Rheem Manufacturing, Milledgeville Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Roberts Roc’s Cork Shoppe

Elizabeth Meadows Graham Jane Haddock Maria Maret Hughs Elizabeth Cowart Hurd Sara Doster Jacobs Margaret Garbutt Jordan Nellie Butler Lang Sara Hadley Mansfield Robbie Wilson Mashburn Jane Hall Mason Sarah Owen McGarity Merle Gibson McWhirter Frances Manning McWhorter Frances Ivey Miller Jewell Fowler Moore Helen Prince Moynihan Daisy Bone Nelson Josephine Oglesby Agnes Gibson Orrin Fay Pilkenton Nelle Quarterman Pinson Carol Pryor Mary Mize Rankine Marian Power Ross Irene Avera Starr Elise Hagan Strickland Martha Koebley Summerlin Nell Williams Thomas Doris Harden Thomas Frances Turner Thornton Doris West Walker Dorothy Botdord White Sybil Fraker Whiteside *Deceased

Dr. Jane A. Rose Mrs. Lindy Ruark Ryal’s Bakery Dr. Joe and Mrs. Patti Samprone Dr. Rachel A. Schipper Sears Mrs. Jacquie Sedor Serenity Wellness Spa Servpro of Milledgeville, Inc. Dr. Todd Shiver Dr. and Mrs. Craig D. Smith Mr. Robin Snell Sodexho Alliance, Inc. Southern Grace Southside Equipment Company Southside Tire and Brake Mr. Stephen M. Stewart Sylvia’s Grille Tan & Nail Spa T-Exotic Lingerie & Things The Brick The Right Stuff The Tint Shop Dr. Patti Tolbert Mrs. Norma Jeanne Trammell Tucan Tans The Union-Recorder Verizon Wireless Wal-Mart Store # 1121 Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Waters Wayne Street Tattoo Mr. Artis Williamson Windstream Communications WMVG-WKZR World Hi-Fi Video and Appliance Mr. George Wylly


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New Scholarship Endowments Established The Mary Rose Turner Baugh Bacon Scholarship

The Wellington Study Abroad Scholarship

Established by COL Frank Bacon, Sr. in honor of his wife, Dr. Rose Baugh Bacon, this scholarship provides an oppor tunity for non-traditional students in the School of Education.

Established by an anonymous donor, the Wellington Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship was established in memory of the donor’s mother who briefly attended a women’s college until her family called her home because of the economic impact of the Depression in the 1930s. That college and its faculty made a lasting impact on her, even though she was never able to complete her education or to travel outside the United States. Like Georgia College, that college is now a COPLAC (Public Liberal Arts Colleges) school. The purpose of this endowed scholarship is to support female students majoring in English, who intend to study abroad.

Dr. Baugh-Bacon had a distinguished career as an educator, retiring as Professor Emeritus from Georgia College in 1996 after 27 years where she served as a professor and coordinator of graduate programs in the education department. She was recognized nationally as a pioneer in the development of freshman year experience curriculum and is well known for her role in childhood teacher education throughout the state. She remained active in teacher education until her death in July 2007.

The Doris Moody Honors Biology Scholarship The Kathryn Telford Scholarship

Alumni Weekend and Homecoming 2008

Established by Georgia College junior Kathryn Telford and her father, Gordon, this fund provides scholarships for students from Franklin County, Georgia. Kathryn is a junior middle grades education major.

The Doris C. Moody Honors Scholarship for Life Sciences was established by Dr. Kenneth Saladin, Professor of Biology, to honor the career of Dr. Doris Moody. Dr. Moody dedicated 30 years of service to GCSU, touching the lives of countless students. This scholarship rewards the exceptional work of students majoring in biology or environmental science and active in the Honors & Scholars Program.

Classmates rekindle friendships during the 2008 Alumni Weekend Welcome Reception.

Members of the Class of ’58 join the Homecoming Parade as they mark their 50th reunion.

President Dorothy Leland inaugurates the Class of ’58 into the Half Century Club with a special lapel pin during the Honor Roll Luncheon.

The Alumni Choir, featuring graduates from the 70’s Milledgeville Mayor Richard Bentley, ’00, accompanied & 80’s entertains guests at the Honor Roll Luncheon. by his wife, Susan, leads the parade as Grand Marshall.

President Leland and Milledgeville Councilman Ken Morgan, ’92, congratulate Paul Grigsby at the Legacy Banquet as recipient of the first Flagg Social Justice Award.

GCSU students, alumni and friends cheer the Bobcats during the annual Homecoming basketball game.

Alumnae from the Class of ’58 gather for a group photo to celebrate their 50th reunion during 2008 Alumni Homecoming Weekend.

Disclaimer This publication lists individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations supporting the Georgia College & State University Foundation and the Georgia College & State University Alumni Association through their gifts for the period July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. Though great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the report, should an entry be listed incorrectly, please advise the GCSU Office of University Advancement at (478) 445-1891.

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Connection Spring 2008  

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Connection Magazine for Georgia College Alumni and Friends