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FALL 2013


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UPCOMING EVENTS

Dec. 3, 5 p.m. Angel Tree Main Building Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m. Jazz Ensemble Concert Huggins Performance Center Dec. 7, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Admissions Information Session Welcome Center Dec. 8, 7 p.m. Festival of Lessons & Carols Finch Chapel Jan. 20, all day Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service sites TBA Jan. 23, 11:30 a.m. Founders Day Convocation Finch Chapel Jan. 24-26 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24-25, 2 p.m. Jan. 26 Theatre: Directors’ Showcase Parlor Theatre

Points of Pride Special Annual Report Edition Fall 2013 Do YOU know what the photos on the left are about? See page 10.

Managing Editor: Kim Thore Greensboro College 815 West Market Street Greensboro, NC 27401 www.greensboro.edu 336-272-7102 Submit Class Notes: www.greensboro.edu/alumni/ pridenotes-submit-read Read Class Notes: gcpridenotes.blogspot.com Alumni Relations: gretchen.oshay@greensboro.edu

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2 From Institutional Advancement 4 An Interview with Michael Dutch 6 New! Musical Theatre Concentration 8 175 Alumni for 175 Years 10 Greensboro College Timeline 12 Honor Roll of Donors 20 Golf @ Greensboro College

Jan. 25, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Admissions Information Session Welcome Center Jan. 26, 4 p.m. Faculty Music Recital Finch Chapel Jan. 28, 7 p.m. Karl Schleunes Lecture Finch Chapel Feb. 7, 9 a.m. Faculty Art Show opening Galyon and Cullis Galleries Feb. 8, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Admissions Information Session Welcome Center

Feb. 14, 3 p.m. Colloquium: “Exploring Racial Privilege and Subordination in America Today” Campbell Lyceum Feb. 14-15, 7:30 p.m. GC Live! Huggins Performance Center Feb. 26-March 2 7:30 nightly except 2 p.m. March 2 “Carrie: The Musical” Huggins Performance Center Feb. 28-March 1, 6 p.m. Opera/Musical Theatre Workshop Lea Center March 1, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Admissions Information Session Welcome Center March 4, 7:30 p.m. Bands and choirs winter concert Huggins Performance Center March 5 Opening of exhibit of paintings and prints (title TBA) by Will Taylor Galyon Gallery March 20, 7:30 p.m. 51st Annual Jean Fortner Ward Lecture Finch Chapel March 21, 3 p.m. Colloquium: “Successful Strategies: Insights from Persons With Disabilities” Campbell Lyceum March 28, 6 p.m. Relay for Life front campus April 4-6 Alumni Weekend and culmination of 175th Anniversary observation


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GOLF @ Greensboro College Greensboro College has a long and prominent tradition of educating and molding young minds. As we celebrate our 175th anniversary it is then no coincidence that there is an equally strong tradition of success on the athletic field. Thirteen of our current collegiate programs participate in the USA South Conference (formerly the Dixie Conference), who celebrates its 50th anniversary this same year. Among our most successful programs in the USA South and NCAA history is our men’s golf program. Starting USA South Conference play in 1971, the men’s golf program quickly made its mark amongst conference foes. Just three years after joining the USA South Conference, the men’s golf team won its first conference championship in 1974, edging UNC Greensboro by 3 strokes. Led by Coach Milton Reece, Greensboro College placed two golfers on the AllConference Team (Rick Cobb and Warren Choate), while Coach Reece was recognized as Coach of the Year. The next year, Jim Locke assumed the responsibility of leading the program, and the success continued. Under Locke’s supervision, the men’s golf team would win conference championships in ’78, ’79, ’80 and again in ’84 and ’88. In addition, a healthy rivalry against Methodist University was created as through the ’80s and ’90s every conference title was won by one of the two schools. In addition to this team success, Kevin Angle highlighted the individual honors when he was named the 1997 National Player of the Year. The program’s success continued into the 2000 season, when Methodist University edged the Pride by 15 strokes in the conference championship. Greensboro College used this as motivation heading into the NCAA Championships, held at Bedford Valley Golf Course in Battle Creek, Michigan. Led by All-Conference recipients David Horne and Kevin O’Connell, the Pride had the last laugh, shooting 293, 302, and 286 before to the last day was cancelled due to inclement weather. This 54-hole total of 881 bested Methodist, bringing the men’s golf program and Greensboro College their first national title in our 33 years of intercollegiate athletics. “The 2000 team was the most unified team we had in the four years I was there. Everyone was committed to getting better each week. Robert (Coach Linville) cast a vision and expectation in the fall for us, and we strived to live up to it. When we arrived at the NCAAs, we had momentum and belief. During the tournament every guy on the team contributed. Led by Kevin O’Connell’s third-round 66 we took a one-stroke lead and held on for the school’s first NCAA title. We were proud and excited to bring the championship home to Greensboro College.” – DAVID HORNE

IN ADDITION TO THE 2000 AND 2011 NCAA NATIONAL TITLES, AS OF 2013, THE MEN’S GOLF PROGRAM HAS ACHIEVED THE FOLLOWING: 9 USA South / Dixie Conference Titles | 99 All-Conference Recipients | 13 Conference Coach of the Year Awards | 2 National Coach of the Year Awards | 48 NCAA All-Americans | 9 Scholar All-American’s | 1 Individual National Champion (Kevin O’Connell – 2000) | 1 National Freshman of the Year (Kevin Angle – 1996) | 1 National Player of the Year (Kevin Angle – 1997)

Coach Robert Linville built on this national title in 2000 to form one of the most consistent Division III golf programs in the nation through the early 2000s. In 2009, Dirk Fennie assumed the responsibilities of guiding the program. Coach Fennie wasted no time in building on the legacy of the program built by Milton Reece, Jim Locke, Steve Johnson, and Robert Linville. Similar to the 2000 season, the Pride fell just short of a conference title in 2011, three stroke off the leader, Christopher Newport. Again, the program used this as momentum heading into the NCAA Division III Championships, this time held at nearby Grandover Resort in Greensboro, North Carolina. Led by First Team All-Conference recipient Brock Elder the Pride started strong in the early rounds. Midway through the last round, Greensboro College lost the lead and was tied with Illinois Wesleyan. Under the guidance of Coach Finnie, the Pride players made 9 birdies on the back nine to secure its second NCAA Division III national title for the program and Greensboro College. Brock Elder went on to be named First Team All-American while Kirk Mitchell and Ben Nihart were named Second Team All-Americans. “It takes a lot of discipline and hard work to stay focused on one golf round, not to mention an entire season. I am so proud of our team to have a start-to-finish season with huge wins. A national championship is not something you can practice for but only dream of and prepare by putting yourselves in pressure situations and overcoming that adversity. We just happened to be the best team that week but you can see glimpses of that team throughout the entire year.” – BROCK ELDER Then and now, the men’s golf program at Greensboro College continues to be a “hole in one.”

DEAR ALUMNI AND FRIENDS: The ongoing celebration of the 175th anniversary of the founding of Greensboro College gives all of us who believe in the unique mission of the institution an opportunity for meaningful reflection on what it means to be a small, private, residential, church-related, liberal-arts college. I have the privilege of talking about GC at 175 with many groups, from admissions open houses to current students, alumni gatherings on campus and out of town, corporate groups, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs and more. In making those presentations and entering into dialogue with that broad range of those who interact with, support and believe in our mission, you would hear descriptions of how meaningful the GC experience has been for our alumni (and we indeed always show that the current students and alumni are The Pride of GC). You would be pleased to hear about our award-winning student athletes, artists and researchers as well as our accomplished faculty and staff. And our recent graduates are being accepted into the best graduate and professional schools, getting jobs in their fields and are committed to meaningful community service. And you would also hear honest discussion of the challenges of small, private, church-related, liberal-arts colleges in the rapidly changing environment of higher education today: Frank discussion of the “continuing, albeit minority, importance of liberal higher education which includes Christian truth and life.” That GC respects its heritage as “a pioneer in music, art and theater.” Satisfaction and pride in the fact that “GC has overcome fires, wars, and has learned to live within its means, even with the struggle to maintain enrollment faced with the direct competition of state institutions that are well funded by the taxpayer, while the church realistically will no longer be able to provide meaningful funding to its colleges.” And, of course, that “SACS, the college accrediting body, will require financial monitoring reports given the impact of the recent national economic downturn on the finances of the college.” I place those comments above in quotation marks because, while I can indeed state the exact same things in our 175th year in 2013, those quotes are from Samuel Turrentine, who was GC President from 1913 to 1935, and from Luther Gobbel, GC President from 1935 to 1952. And the SACS financial monitoring report noted was due in January 1936. Struggle is part of the historical narrative of small, private colleges. And commitment and perseverance are the unnamed character traits of Greensboro College faculty and staff. For all of you who have steadfastly supported the ongoing mission of this remarkable and sacred 175-year-old institution, you have our deep and abiding gratitude and respect. We invite you to take part in any and all of our 175th-year activities and programs. And please do stop by campus anytime to see first-hand the transforming experience that continues to form the “long green line” of GC Pride in our 175th year. With Pride

Lawrence D. Czarda, Ph.D President

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a message from INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT BECAUSE OF YOU, alumni & friends, we are celebrating 175 years’ worth of memories at Greensboro College. During this Season of Gratitude we offer a sincere

THANK YOU YOUR gifts of time, talents & financial resources continue to make a difference on our campus. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends & community members utilize our campus every day

THANK YOU In the past year YOU have provided support that has allowed us to award scholarships; re-open College Place; renovate Hanes Gym; update Information Technology systems across campus; make renovations to the Reynolds Center; introduce the Greensboro College Society; purchase new equipment in a biology lab; host a President’s Breakfast Series; host theatre productions, music performances, art exhibits open to the community….just to name a few! For these accomplishments and the MANY more that are not listed here, we say

THANK YOU With Gratitude, Michelle Michelle C. Davis, Executive Director for Institutional Advancement 336.272.7102 x332 Michelle.davis@greensboro.edu

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PBD & P., Inc.

Maria and Richard Self

Lia and Mark White

Ann Cameron Pearce

Patricia and Dr. Robert Sevier *

Shakia L. White

Drew Manning *

Sandie and Jody Peeden

Pamela and Richard Sexton

Lettie Pate Whitehead

Melissa Marshburn

Pender and Coward P.C. *

Sharon Byers, Inc

Kimberly and Charles Masaracchia

Cheryl and Jim Pfeiffer *

Meredith Sharpe

Christine Whittington

Laura Mason

Pfizer Foundation

Enrico D. Simms

Coleen and Douglas J. Wickham Jr.

Dr. Rich Mayes

Phifer’s Hot Wings & Barbecue, LLC

Elizabeth and John Slate

Robert Wilkerson

Susan McAuley

Carol Phillips

J. Herbert Slater

Eloise Willard

Barbara Dorsett and A. J. McClure

Lynn and Richard Piagno

Linda Slater

Robin and Mike Willard

Maxine and Dave McConnell *

Tonya and James Pirro

Smith Family Foundation *

Carol G. Williams

Michelle McCoy

Susie and Anthony Pitalo

Andy Smith

R. Parker Williams Jr.

Jan and B. McGuire

Linda M. and Jack W. Pope

Donna and James Smith

Parskie and Tom Wilson *

Beth McKee-Huger and Ray Huger

Debra and Kerim Powell

Jason Smith

The Winston-Salem

Joanne and Frank McKenna

Linda and Hal Powell

Sara and Scott Smith

Pamela McKirdy

Penni and Dr. Stephen H. Powell

Belinda Smithey

Kelly McLaughlin

Donna and Ron Prevost

Lucy Smyre

Marcia and Charles McMillin

Denis Radcliffe

Sodexo, Inc & Affiliates

Blaine E. Wise

Meg and Tom McNamara

Leslie M. and Richard D. Ramos

Ian Spooner

Connie and William R. Wooding Jr.

Laura McNeil

Karen Randle

Star Aquatics Star Meets and Misc.

Kathryn B. Woods

Greta Medlin

The Rev. Dr. Nancy Rankin

Katherine Goodman Stern *

Teresa Woods-Cox

Janice Meris-Oliver

Jean Graham and Robert

Ina R. and Larry L. Stringfellow

Mary and S. K. Woosley

Dr. Julie Sudduth

David Wright

Loreitta B. Manning Irrevocable Trust

Larry Merricks

C. Rapp Jr. *

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Foundation, Inc. * Dianne Wise Turner and Wesley Turner

Sara and Edwin Messer

Kim and Mike Rawson

Ellen and Gary Taft *

Xerox Corporation

Milliken & Company *

Sue and Elmer Rawson

Tall Buildings, Inc.

Christine and Stephen York

Nylena and Shawn Minnick

Nina Redditt

Tannenbaum-Sternberger

Susan Young

Jane and Michael Modlin

Kim and David Redmon

Bunnie and Doug Montgomery

Virginia Reid

Dr. James H. Tanner

Alejandro Zapata

Ivan Moore

Richard C. Remmey III *

Trey Taylor Memorial

Gail and Brandt Zembsch

Jean and J. Bradley Moore

Jane and Dr. Royce O. Reynolds *

Janie Taylor

Robert Zembsch

Mary Moore

Betty and Kenneth Rhodes

Dr. Willie L. Taylor *

Dana Ziolkowski

Katherine Morris

Christina A. Richardson

Chastity Terry

Julie and Sal Moscatello *

Joyce D. Richardson

Patti Thomas

Colleen Murphy *

Patti Richardson

Melissa Thompson

Edith Murphy

Debra and David Riley

Sherry and Darryl Tilley

My Sports Dreams, LLC *

Cheryl and James Ritchie

Susan Townsend

Edwin J. Neese

Erica Rogan

TRC Construction, Inc.

Carol Neill

Ann Rollins

Triad Youth LaCrosse Association *

Leslie and Dr. Marsh A. Nesmith Jr.

David J. Rose III

Trindel Investments, Inc.

GIFT-IN-KIND

George W. and Mary H. Newton

Karen and David Rosene

Suzanne and John Tritch *

Through a Gift-in-Kind to Greensboro College last fiscal year, the

Endowment of Triangle

Lisa Ross

Matt Troy

following individuals donated non-monetary items of tangible property.

Community *

Nancy and Stewart Ross

Walter Turner

Dennie and Walter Newton *

Mary Ann and Mark Rowland

Wendy and Jason Turner

Brent Atwater

George W. Newton *

Scott Rowland

Mary and Russell Ugone *

Nan and John Bayersdorfer

Crystal and Tim Nickell

Viola Rowland

United Methodist Foundation

Dr. Hie-Ping Ting Beall ‘63

Norfolk Southern Foundation

Deborah Royals-Mizerk and

Hilda Norman

Joe Mizerk

Foundation, Inc. *

of Western North Carolina *

Capt. R. M. Zalaskus

* $1,000 or more

Tyler A. Blevins

UPS Foundation *

Lisa and William N. Bullock

Teresa Norman

Cynthia Royals-Wilson

Cathy Vail

Randy Campbell

The North Carolina Baptist

Susan and James Ruhlin

Verizon Foundation

Joan M. Glynn

John Saari

Petrina and Charlie Viana

G. Jean Lojko

Steven Sabo

Rachel Wahesh

Rebecca Raper Austin ‘49

Nicholas Sagraves

Dr. Frank Walker *

Joseph Reed

Ouss Sahhar

Kevin Wallace

Melinda Trevorrow

Sahil Hospitality, Inc.

Matthew Webber

Sally A. Wheat

North Carolina Unit of HSA, Inc.

Lou Ann and Ernest Sandoval

The Weil Foundation *

Theresa Yon and Glenn Romano

Erik Nuss

Rebecca and Tom Sanfilippo

Margaret and Duke Wellington

Kathy Oakley

Sawyer & Myerberg, P.A.

Wells Fargo Foundation *

Susan and Kenneth O’Brien Jr.

Brenda and Robert Schaeffer

W. Wells

Ed O’Keeffe

Charlotte and Robert Schmidt

Erik Westberg

Molly O’Keeffe

Paul and Margaret Schmidt

Western North Carolina

Shirley Osborn

Priscilla Schmitz

Conference United Methodist

of Donors. However, unintentional errors do occur. Please call

Ilona Owens

Thomas Schmitz

Church *

the Office of Institutional Advancement at 336-272-7102 ext 228 or

Terry and Doug Palmer

Emily Scott

Karen Whipple

Vera and Michael Parsons

LaShawn Seabrook

Shirley and Dr. Charles F. Whitaker III

Foundation, Inc. North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church *

thank you

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a message from FRIENDS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Greensboro College is fortunate to have a large group of committed donors who are connected to the College through

the community, through the Board of Trustees, or through special initiatives that have touched their families, friends or neighbors. We are grateful for their continued commitment to our mission.

Kenneth R. Acker

Brown F. Finch Foundation *

Dorothy and Delmar DeBilzan

Nancy Ann and Thomas Gill

Melba Isley

Elizabeth Adams

Sandra and George Brown

Carolyn and Martin DeFrancesco *

Jane C. Girardi

Ruby Isley

Linda and Forrest Adams

Treeby and Robert A. Brown Jr.

Leanne Dendas

GlaxoSmithKline Foundation *

The Rev. Frank H. Ison

Marilyn and Gene Aderhold

Joan and Dr. Edwin L. Bryan

Dr. Brent DeVore *

Joan Glynn and Kerry Damich *

J. Scott Minor D.D.S., P.A.

Sharon S. and Norberto B. Adinig

Lisa and Kenneth Bryant

Kevin Devrient

Debbie and Dan Godwin

James A. Gray Endowment *

Advanced Hydraulic Systems, Inc.

Sean Buckley

Anne H. and Wilson L. Dickerson Jr.

Golden LEAF Foundation *

James R. Jarrell

Advantage Lending II, Inc.

Denise Buckner

Mitch Dillon *

Diane Gonzalez

Carolyn and Andris Jekabsons

AIG Matching Grants Program *

Lisa and William Bullock *

Marlene T. Dixon

Kayla Gonzalez

Dewayne Jenkins

Keisha and Matt Aker

Burlington Industries Foundation *

Judy Drummonds

Lomar Gordon

Edna and Wesley Jenkins

Alamance Community College

Ruth Butterfield

Pamela Dubey Allen and Paul Dubey

Michelle and Thomas Gorman

Todd Jenkins

The Alexander Worth McAlister

Jacqueline S. Canter

Darlene and Brian DuBois

Betty Graves

Susan Johnston

Stephanie Carbonieau

Marjorie and James DuBois

Dr. Sandie Gravett

Linda Jones

Lex Alexander

Jaegar Carlyle

Duke Energy Foundation *

Green Valley Park, Inc.

Michael Jones

Frances Allen

Linda and Dominic Carnibucci

Duke Energy Foundation Matching

Lt. Col. Edward A. Grimm

Ralph Jones

The Rev. J. Denise

Bonnie Carroll

Veronica Grossi and

Melinda and Gary Kallam

Foundation, Inc. *

Gifts Program

Drs. Virginia and Kenneth S. Karb

Helen Carroll

Steven Durrbeck

Anonymous (2)

Joseph Carroll

Michael A. Dutch

Brenda Vance and Gary A. Groves

Denise and Peyton Kash

Anonymous (2) *

Carusone Appraisals, Inc.

Frank L. Early III

Richard E. Gunther Jr. *

Anne and Padelis Katsaduros

Sarah Dixon Ariail

Craig J. Caskie

Cynthia and Carroll Edwards

Scott Halberg

Christine and Kenneth Kelley

Tracy Armstrong

Anne Thompson Cates

Ted Efremoff

Gloria and Frank Hall *

Jake Kendrick

Josh Aylor

Joseph L. Catherina Jr.

Jean K. Elkins *

Jamie H. and Kevin A. Hall

Kody Kennedy

Bank of America Matching Gifts

Kimberly Caudle

Dianne Elliott

Jo Hall

Shahnaz Khawaja

Frankye Banks

Ceean Management Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Elliott

Marsha and Mac Hall

Pamela and Jerry Kidd

Bar-Lyn Enterprises, Inc.

Susan and Chuck Censullo

Johanna and James Ellis

Robert Hanes

Frank Kime *

Susan Barringer

Center for Pain Management, PLLC

Euterpe Club of Greensboro

Linda Hansen-Smith

Dana King

Nan and John Bayersdorfer

Daniel P. Cetrone

Carol Faley

Dr. Gerald W. Hargis

Beverly Kinsey

BB&T *

Suzanne Chandler

Mitchell Fastenau

Tammy Harper

Elaine Kitchell

Tatia Beal

CHARIT YSMITH: National Society

Gayle Remmey and Horace Faucette *

Debra Harris

Melody and Gary Kyle

Basil Fedun

Lisa and Michael Hatchell

James V. Langer

Alventosa-Brown

Beatrice Cobb Trust *

of Memorial Funds *

Richard Fabiano

Julie and Allen Beck

Neal Cheek

Tamara and Michael Fedun

Anastasia Hazlett

Faye and Pete LeBeau

Margaret and Bill Benjamin

Rick Christy

The Richard Scott Fee Memorial *

Dr. Charles A. Hebert

Gerald LeBlanc

Janice and Henry Bennafield

Wyatt Clay

Deborah and Dirk Fennie

Gregory Hedrick

Samuel B. Leslie

Michele Bernstein

Mike Cockerham

Dre Fialho

Linda Hefner

Dr. Michelle M. Lesperance

Heide and Walter Besch

Marcella Coley

First Kids Consignment

John Hein

Jane and Richard Levy *

Best Pawn, Inc.

Sally and Alan Cone *

Mary Fogleman

Karen and John Heizer

Micah Lewis

Bob Bickerstaff

Susan Connelly

Mark Forberg

Teresa and Tommy Helms

Sue and Ken Lima

Eileen Bickerstaff

Alice and Robert Connolly

Jamie Lisa Forbes

Dr. John M. Hemphill Jr.

Lincoln Financial Group

Dorothy Bistyga

Beverly and James Cordonnier

Erica Francisco

Stella Hennis

William F. Black *

Matthew Cordonnier

Dr. Tiffany McKillip Franks

T’keyah Henry

Patricia and Carl Lind

Jeannette Blackburn

Lynette Sandoval Corning

Doris and Terrell Freeman

Cathy and Larry Herbert

Angela Lisk

Ronald Blackburn

Sean Courtney

Freeman’s Exteriors, Inc.

Miriam and Thomas Herin

JP Lisk

Connie H. Blakely

Bryan Cox

Katherine Fritsche

Kathy and Terry Hess

G. Jean Lojko

Kea Blalock

Lemuel H. Cox

Marlene and Michael Fulcher

Ted Hollander

Juanita and Matthew Lojko Jr.

Cynthia and David Blevins

Brian Critzer

Fulton Place Apartments, LLC

Eleanor Holle

Sassy and John Lojko

Anje and Tim Bogott

Debbie and Scott Critzer

James Furlow

Steven L. Holley

Daniel Longworth

Dr. Calhoun Bond Jr.

Michael F. Crombie

Charles Gallagher

Norah and Richard Holt

Sandra and James Love

Dr. Jerry Boone

Scott Cutlip

Margaret Galloway

Penny and Patrick Hoover

Dr. Benjamin F. Lowe Jr. DDS

Scott Bradley

Dr. Carolyn Chappell and

Dr. Kenneth R. Gallup Jr.

William D. Houser III

Terri A. and Edward D. Lowry

Patricia and Stephen Galuski *

Frances Howie

Helen Lu

thank you

Cliff Braly

Dr. Lawrence D. Czarda *

Foundation *

Betty and Joseph Brantley *

Gayle Dalferes

Darlene Gardner

Donna Huff

The Lubrizol Foundation

Wendy and James Brender *

Dr. Robin L. Daniel *

Kyle Gatti

Dianne and Perry Hughes

Jean and Gary Mabe

The Rev. Dr. Robert W. Brewer

Dr. Ryan Danker

Dr. John D. Gelin

Kyle Hughes

Byron MacDonald

Julie and Robert W. Brinton Jr.

David Caldwell Log College *

Whitney Gelin

Jo Anne Hyman

Bea and Dan MacLean

Darlene A. Bristow

Linda G. Davis

Elizabeth and Wayne Gibson

IBM International Foundation

Philip B. Magruder Jr.

Iris and James C. Bristow Jr. *

Michelle Davis

Leslie Gill

William E. Irwin

Janice and Michael Manley

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MICHAEL DUTCH joined the Greensboro College faculty in 2004. After earning his M.B.A., he embarked on a career that included stints as a production supervisor, quality-control supervisor and technical services manager and director of operations for such companies as Qualex, Frito-Lay and LSG Sky Chefs. Always looking to improve and remembering that one of his professors said teaching helped him be a better manager, eventually Dutch sought out and secured a position as an adjunct faculty member at a local university. The experience was so rewarding that he decided to leave the corporate world in order to earn his Ph.D. and teach full time. When looking for his first full-time teaching position, he knew Greensboro College was the perfect fit. In addition to teaching, he has served as an examiner for the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and the N.C. Award for Excellence; a member of the Small Business Council of the Guilford Merchants Association; and a reviewer for the journals Human Resource Management and the Journal of Management Education. Now, after his decade as a member of the Greensboro College faculty we wanted to sit down with Dr. Dutch and ask him what he has witnessed in terms of change and growth with Greensboro College and what he envisions for the future.

AN INTERVIEW WITH

Michael Dutch Dr. Dutch, you came to Greensboro College in 2004 so with a decade what have you seen in terms of change? Well, I’d actually like to point out what hasn’t changed, which is why I came to Greensboro College in the first place, and that is the student-centered nature of the institution. Greensboro College professors come here to teach and interact with students and that is the best part of the job, and that hasn’t changed for 10 years. I think that is what makes Greensboro College special for the faculty members and the students. We remain professionally relevant but our careers aren’t spent with our nose in a journal trying to dig out some nugget of information that no one else found, our job is to improve the lives of our student’s education and their knowledge and that is a great job. What keeps you excited about your role as an educator? What keeps me excited about my role is the students. When you throw a hook out there on a particular subject, to try and draw them in, and you see their eyebrows raise or their head nod, you know you are reaching them with a particular topic. I use real-life examples for what appears to some as abstract management topics. That can be a challenge in research-centered institutions where it is all about the data. You forget that what is easy to the professor, since you have been dealing with it for years, is not always easy to the student. So, when we can take these somewhat abstract terms and couch them in real-life experience that can be understood by the average traditional college student, it is fun. They give you almost an immediate response when they are getting it. I typically take an 8 a.m. teaching slot, and there are a couple of reasons for that. One is that it is a challenge to wake up those sometimes sleepy students, but it is also because in the workforce, for me, I never had a job that started as late as 8 a.m., so it is also good practice. I want to train my students to get up early.

What do the students mean to you? How have they changed you or developed you as a professor? Good question–we have a lot of first-generation college students and I’m actually sort of a first-generation college student. My father went back to college when I was in college, so I’m not sure how you count that! However, we have a lot of college students where this is their first family experience in college. A large number of our students come from family businesses. It is always fun to hear the kids talk about their family businesses. I learn about those businesses through the students, and we can use those examples generally as food for student thought. So we talk about someone’s tailor shop or mechanic shop, and not only does it make it real for the students, selfishly I can learn about the sub-segments of businesses that I wasn’t previously exposed to. In terms of the business world is there a key person in the marketplace that you admire? I’ll answer that question in the opposite way again. Donald Trump is an example of the opposite of what I teach. Though he has been remarkably successful, how he behaves on TV is what I teach my students not to do in my leadership classes. People like Warren Buffett, he has calm, analytical approach; I used him in class the other day about how he took a big gamble in 2008 and when the market was down he made Berkshire Hathaway 50 billion dollars when it recovered. We talk about Steve Jobs, and although he had some leadership issues, he was a visionary, but I generally talk in generic terms–rather then pin down one leader. Several of my classes use current events–we have business in the news–the students bring in news articles so we use them as discussion points. They find it, bring it in and we use it as the basis for the class and other classes.

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Class of 1985

Class of 1992

The Rev. Patricia Poteate Choplin

Class of 2004

Drew T. Griffith

78 Members | 8 Donors

130 Members | 6 Donors

Yvonne Wilkins DiAmico

131 Members | 6 Donors

Julie E. Gross

10.26% Participation

4.62% Participation

The Rev. Dr. Susan A. Heafner-Heun

4.58% Participation

Joshua E. Rogers

Roy E. Carroll II *

Martha and Thomas E. Bunch

Lorie Anne Ward Lamb

Anonymous *

Charlene M. Wright

LuBeth Ridenour Reeve

Michael T. Crigler

Brandy Fulcher Miller *

Kristen Crutchfield Brown *

Jennifer Mann Rhodes

Genia Burgess Edelman

Larry W. Miller Jr. *

Doris Dixon and Calvin L.Gilmore

Class of 2011

Col. George F. Robinson III

Christopher A. Frilingos

Danielle Anderson Tefft

Melissa L. Herbert

149 Members | 3 Donors

Robert M. Stanley Jr.

Kristi Phipps Fulk

Paul J. Trindel

Emily A. Ledbetter

2.01% Participation

Andrew B. Strand

Dr. Bobbi J. Kotrba

James P. Mills

Jordan A. Drumheller Dusty Edmonds

Class of 1998

John W. Westmoreland

Joshua C. Gardner

Class of 1993

140 Members | 4 donors

Class of 2005

127 Members | 9 Donors

2.86% Participation

124 Members | 5 Donors

Class of 1986

7.09% Participation

Joyce Smith Harris

4.03% Participation

Class of 2012

63 Members | 7 Donors

Lisa B. Alley

Catherine M. Maddox *

Michael C. DePersia

185 Members | 1 Donor

11.11% Participation

Charles I. Busack

Kristy Aldous Porterfield

Laura Metzger Kirkland

.54% Participation

Carlos S. Anzola

Bobbie Shelton Garrett

Eric S. Toedtman

D. Lee Neugent III

Ashley D. Nolen

Karen Riegel Anzola

Charles E. Howell

Toni and the Rev. Phillip K. Cates *

Dr. Jennifer Gann Kelley

Class of 1999

J. Eugene Corbett *

Victoria Simone Lawton

149 Members | 6 Donors

Lisa A. McFadden

James F. Murray

4.03% Participation

Class of 2006

Cliff Barnett

John D. Pritchard

Timothy M. Randall

Jennifer Jedrey Costilow

160 Members | 1 Donors

Tyler A. Blevins

Susan Sherrill Vernon

Jill M.Shusterman

Bryan M. Holcomb

.63% Participation

Rhys Brock-Loftis

Laura Thomas Horth

Jamie Trout Smothers ‘06

Robert M. Byrd

Louisa R. Wood

Kate E. Roberton Jarrett A. Sullivan

Senior Class 2013 Johnny Lee Atkins III

Class of 1987

Class of 1994

Geoffrey W. Lassiter

66 Members | 7 Donors

108 Members | 5 Donors

DeCarla McClammy Mittman

Class of 2007

Andrew T. Doss

10.61% Participation

4.63% Participation

Deborah Meekins Wright

155 Members | 6 Donors

Richard T. Haskett

Caprice Kitchen Corbett *

Patricia Gee Davis

3.87% Participation

Kendra Clark Hughes

Christopher D. Fowler

Tica Davis Green

Class of 2000

Michael W. Barnard Jr.

Betsy Raymond Lamb

David K. Goodman

Kristi L. Long

142 Members | 2 Donors

Jacqueline D. Cianfrani

Kaitlyn E. Moss

Dr. Samuel H. Moore Jr. *

Kimmerly Milner

1.41% Participation

Cherilyn Strader Moore

Aaron J. Navarro

Anthony J. Scotti Jr.

Sarah Teague Williams

Elizabeth Livengood Duttera

Christopher C. Palme

William J. Nicholas

Javier Zerquera

Robin Gardner Robertson

Hannah M. Pennell

Carol Somers Wade

Maurice L. Torain

Laurie Searles Stadler Donald E. Vernon

Class of 1995

David T. Currie III

99 Members | 12 Donors

Class of 2001

Class of 1988

12.12% Participation

121 Members | 4 Donors

Class of 2008

Masters Graduates

61 Members | 2 Donors

Kelli Wilburn Bowman

3.31% Participation

165 Members | 10 Donors

Mandy M. Owen ‘08

3.28% Participation

Michelle Hoschouer Fitch

Phyllis Prevatt Chambers

6.06% Participation

The Rev. Elizabeth Decker Deveny

Tonya Dean Fowler

John B. Costilow

Ian P. Bailey

Virginia Cowan Pryzgoda

Andrea Meador Humble

Sheena Graves Jenkins

Sheila A. Bird

Brenda Kidd Lacalmontie

Beth Lowry Mills

Tyler R. Drumheller

Class of 1989

Russell L. Long

73 Members | 3 Donors

The Rev. Dr. Edward D. McKinney Dmin

Class of 2002

Jacob E. Leslie

4.11% Participation

Anthony M. Meley

126 Members | 5 Donors

Benjamin B. Roberts

* $1,000 or more

Cynthia Garner Dry

Barbara Morris Smith

3.97% Participation

Lindsay R. Snider

+ deceased

Gary V. Schatz *

Garry R. Ward

Christy Ann McBride Bailey

Paul M. Suhr

Julianne Showfety Schatz *

Duane D. Williams

Carole Pasqueretta Capella

Carrie Pacifico Ward

Marilyn S. Woods

Elena Wegner Henry

Matthew R. Ward

Wesley W. Gullett

Martin J. Poder

Class of 1990 73 Members | 2 Donors

Class of 1996

2.74% Participation

123 Members | 5 Donors

Timothy P. Brooker

4.07% Participation

Class of 2003

2.55% Participation

Carla Whitesell-Dahl

Pamela Hardin Bennett

135 Members | 7 Donors

Gregory E. Allen

Jason T. Bowman

5.19% Participation

Andrew S. Carey

Class of 1991

Aaron M. Engley

Sherry Marsh Biggs

Abigail Brown DeGance

107 Members | 5 Donors

Kerri Bruno Engley

John-Walsh DeGance

Jamie D. Motsinger

4.67% Participation

Julie Henry Trindel

Carolyn Watkins Flowers

Adam D. Nicholson

Pamela Jones Anderson

Justin D. Weik

Class of 2009 196 Members | 5 Donors

Christopher A. Henry

Anna Reynolds Day

Class of 1997

Rebecca M. Lange

Class of 2010

John C. Gorham III

153 Members | 9 Donors

Daniel G. Mackey *

176 Members | 5 Donors

Dr. M. Todd Hyatt *

5.88% Participation

April Alston Purnell

2.84% Participation

Michele Oatman Remington

Debra McAlexander Chaney

Kelly Flora

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Points of Pride Honor Roll of Donors

Greensboro College

F. Scoggin Jones

Bonnie Hartley Mann

Sandra Jones-Congleton

Deborah Kelley Moffett

Class of 1971

Kenneth C. Mills

Richard A. Vellucci

Ann McIntosh Engel

95 Members | 15 Donors

Henrietta Davis Nance

Dr. Nancy J. Farmer

15.79% Participation

Linda Tucker Powell

Class of 1979

Janet Garland Lyon

Pell Rouse Foster

Linda J. Bennetts

Melanie Martin Robertson

64 Members | 4 Donors

Carol Thorneloe Mankowski

Susan Jarvis Goldstein

Martha Lively Brach *

Dr. H. David Shew

6.25% Participation

Geryl Siceloff Myers

Dianna Blackwell Goodman *

Jane Towery Brinson

Jane C. Trolinger

Anita K. Booe

Hannah Peacock Nixon

Dr. Linda Padgett Hollandsworth

Jeanne Wright Canady

Susan Page Percy

Frances Broome Hupfer

Jana Nichols Cottingham

Class of 1975

Lynn Sessions Patterson

William C. Schirmer

Dr. Candace Lambeth Kime *

Patricia Weaver Green

111 Members | 9 Donors

Wanda Russell Valdez-Cruz

Susan K. Shaw Estate + *

Sara Lynn Brown Macy

Maleta Wilkinson Griffin

8.11% Participation

Edward H. Smith Jr. *

Barbara Noel McDonald

Barbara Woollen Gulley

The Rev. Bradley L. Bennett

Class of 1980

Charlotte Stansel Stoughton

Barbara Warren McWhorter

Barbara Coble Hughes

Sue Lawson Bennett

84 Members | 3 Donors

Susan Glover Sullivan *

Susan Burritt Miller *

Kathryn Hobson Mooney

Judith Hall Desper

3.57% Participation

William H. Walker Jr.

Robert D. Mooney

Cynthia Coleman Shockley

Sandra Hill Hopkins

Steven L. Johnson

Judy Lunsford Wilson

Hazel King Morgan

Carol McClurg Simons *

Douglas B. Kinney

Scot L. Tysinger

Sue Jacobs Wooten

Alan D. Myers

H. Mack Simons III *

Sarah A. McAlister

Betty L. Yancey

Toney M. Yancey

Ann Gates Newsome

Kay Becker Smith

Bruce S. Tiso

Ellen Johnson Pauling

Elizabeth Swanson Watts

Patricia Tuttle Winslow

Class of 1981

Mary Holloway Zwillich *

89 Members | 8 Donors

Mary Rawles Hutcheson

William R. Crowder Jr.

Dr. Sarah D. Jerome *

Lucy Colgin Davis

Millie Chafin Johnson

Patty Wiggins Dungan

The Rev. Judith O. Jolly * Melinda Rankin Kimes

John F. Worsley II

Benjy C. Creasman

Class of 1968

Thomas W. Pauling

84 Members | 27 Donors

Vicki Disher Radford

Class of 1972

32.14% Participation

Sarah Kendall Reid

78 Members | 11 Donors

Class of 1976

David B. Bunn

Clare Ruch Abel

Susan Garrison Ridenour

14.10% Participation

86 Members | 13 Donors

Carolyn P. Dent

Frances Gaskins Coggin

William E. Ridenour

John A. Bullock III

15.12% Participation

Daniel G. Dobbins

Kris Brunnemer Cooke

Frances Eckstein Roberton

B. Sheila Clendenning

Libby Cecil Alexander

Cynthia Sherrill Fouts

Dr. Patricia Cundiff Creech

The Rev. Dr. Joseph C. Seymour Jr.

Vicki Hester Cottrell

William M. Anderson IV

Mark K. Gardner

Christine Caiola de Ruiter

Shelton Ayers Styers

Judith Morton Cross

Elizabeth Wulff Davenport

Anne Jones Hurd *

Virginia Potter Donnell

David L. Thomas

Joy Brown Cushman

Barry A. Goldman

Leslie Andrews Thacker

Lynne Overman Finison

Frances Guilford Threatt

Jill Stevens Eaddy

W. Phillip Hall

Elaine Barber Trant

Kathryn Huggins Ford

Gaynelle Chappell Trotter

Peggy Preston Hickle

Wendy Johnson Higham

Mark D. Form

The Rev. John W. Van Tine

Jeffrey E. James

Leslie Scheviak Lewis

Class of 1982

Jean Ann Jackson Haywood

Dr. Joseph A. Volpe Jr.

Carolyn Jones Nelson

Barbara Whiteside Rice

86 Members | 3 Donors

Gayle Poole Jaklitsch

Linda Woodard and

Millie Evans Priddy

Julia Cooper Sprouse

3.49% Participation

Mary Florence Jones Simpson

James M. Tucker Jr.

Russell R. Myers

Gloria Sloan Jordan Dr. Lynn Wright Kernodle

Dr. Barnes Tatum *

Jane Harbison Tucker

Katrina Hoyle Redmon

Class of 1973

Martha Thompson Tunstall

Deborah Walker Young

Cynthia Parks Whitley

Nancy Miller Wright *

Dianne M. MacFadyen

8.99% Participation

Rusty Mader Esq. *

Class of 1970

95 Members | 13 Donors

Marion Brigman Moss

112 Members | 23 Donors

13.68% Participation

Janet Lawing Newton

20.54% Participation

Steva Hardy Bledsoe

Class of 1977

66 Members | 6 Donors

Judy Scoggin Peede

Charles C. Bombeld

Phyllis Gilliam Clark

76 Members | 13 Donors

9.09% Participation

Sharon Richards Pulliam

Martha Bayles Brown

Larry E. Collins

17.11% Participation

Elizabeth Mackey Compton

Mary Johnson Rigby

Martha Cottrell Coffield *

The Rev. Eugene E. Dean Jr.

Elin Widdifield Abercrombie

Gwendolyn Cooke Leichty

Dr. Mark R. Sills

Jeanette Fulton Covington

Mary Ellen Powell Durham

Mary Wilkerson Arnaudin

Charlene Y. Martin

Donna Lacy Stanley

David E. Craven

Obbe Haverkamp

Gloria Foster Bass

Janet Hawks Spoon

Ann Price Teachey

Minnie Lloyd Dukes

Shirley Nunn Johnson

Harvey D. Brown

A. Henry Stone Jr. *

Hermann J. Trojanowski

Helen Alexander Faulk

Deborah Coan Lamm *

Clarence F. Caldwell

John A. Williamson *

Nadine G. Tyft

Nancy Ford Graham

Lynn Lewis and Patrick Lane *

Virginia Hayes Dahl

Mary Nanney Van Pelt

D. Michael Hendrix

Barbara Hines McBride

Alice DavisJohnson

Class of 1984

Thomas W. White

Anita Thrower Knedlik

Gayl Winchester Pearman

Jean C. Hughes

76 Members | 9 Donors

Dianne Hutson Macintire

J. Michael Scarborough

Ruth A. Moss

11.84% Participation

Class of 1969

Jane Ellison Milford

Julia Abels Sypher

Jane E. Smith

Kimberly Taylor Forinash

116 Members | 43 Donors

Victoria Seawell Miller

Jo Adair Bertken Swan

Lloyd D. Hill

37.07% Participation

Betsy Hood Penn

Class of 1974

Sallie Woodard Tiso

F. Thomas Jones III

June Anderson

Lynda W. Sholar

103 Members | 14 Donors

Karen Williams Vellucci

Teresa Clinton Little

Caroline Newson Barber

Carolyn Grimes Spivey

13.59% Participation

June Lawrence Bennett

Amelia Forlaw Surratt

Martha Foster Bradberry *

Class of 1978

Judy Rumley Ott

Robert D. Berger Sr.

Harriet Ming Thompson

Bruce R. Buxton

89 Members | 6 Donors

Cynthia Trost Parsons

Lynda Dorrler Boone

The Rev. J. Albert Trotter

Valerie Dreher Caldwell

6.74% Participation

Michael S. Rhodes

Martha Clodfelter Burrow

Virginia Roosa Van Tine

David W. Gale

Marlana Leonard Clodfelter

Deborah Crabbe Trawick

Nancy Campbell Joyner

Dr. Marcia Hadley Volpe

Dr. L. Vann Gregory

Carter F. Davenport

Marsha Ketner Carter

Melinda Doub Weatherford

Dale C. Johnson

Anne Carraway Dooley

Class of 1983

Dr. Suzanne H. Nutt *

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What is your greatest hope for your students? I am always happy when I see someone that furthers his or her education. A validation of our program is when someone gets into a high-ranking MBA or masters program. We have a student now in UNC’s graduate program and I have an adult student who is at Notre Dame for his MBA. That is always exciting when our students get high-end placements in graduate schools. Another excitement is when you run into a former student outside of the classroom. I was out just the other day and ran into a former student, who was successful in his career and making a contribution. He remembered me and walked across the parking lot to say hello. That was a nice validation. Tell us about the difference between a business Program and a business School? Our business program is designed to be generic. We don’t have a business school, we have a business program, and that was probably the biggest transition for me because I was coming from a business school to a liberal arts-oriented school. I only had so much space to teach business. It took me a little while, maybe a couple of years, but I realized that it is a good thing. Our students are well rounded, and maybe someone who gets a degree from a renowned business school may be more technically competent in a specific area, but in reality, your employer teaches you what you need to know outside of that basic knowledge. So, we give our students a well-rounded perspective across the spectrum of business. So they can go into an interview, talk intelligently and be moldable by their employer. Our students’ background, their vocabulary, their understanding and the ability to process information efficiently are tools that we give them so they can move into an organization and be successful. We’ve recently launched online programs–tell us more about that. Well, our BBA program has been around for 10 years, and we are on our 15th cadre and we know how to run a degreecompletion program. The online program will mirror the onground program in features. It is a cohort-based program, so they start and travel through the program with the same group of students. The wonderful thing about our BBA program is that it is sequenced, so that uncertainty in a typical college program is removed. For the on-ground version, we make it easier for our students who are in the work force to take part in our program. Students are full time, so they are eligible for financial aid, and we do one class at a time. It makes it easier for that full-time working student. We move fast, there is a great deal of work to do, but it is one course at a time.

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Let’s talk about your views about the future of the business program. Five years down the road, which would be the appropriate growth path, I’d like to start a small MBA program. It would complement our core traditional program. I see it having an online element, too. Lastly, what do you think is the most unique thing about Greensboro College? I’ve lived in a number of large cities and Greensboro is a great place to live–small enough but close enough to bigger cities if I want to go there. So for the students the location of the college is great. I also think there is a camaraderie and interaction of the faculty. That’s different than collegiality. You’ll find that everywhere. We have bonds with people in other disciplines. In other roles and at other schools, I found that it was so inwardly focused that I didn’t get the opportunity to interact with other professors. Here, I interact with English professors, music professors, history professors, and that really enriches me. If I was teaching in a larger state school, I would teach one subject, and probably one sub area of that subject, and I would be an expert but in that one area. Here, we teach business as a whole. I feel that I have a better understanding of all of the other areas that fall under business. Additionally, I get to work more closely with students and I get to see their progress over time, and the reward of seeing your first-year seminar students graduate is unmatched.

Dr. Michael Dutch has been honored with the Sam Walton Fellowship, the Communities in Schools Champions Cup, the Greensboro College Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award, and the General Board of Higher Education and the Ministry of the United Method Church Exemplary Teaching Award. He holds B.S. and M.B.A. degrees from Drexel University and a Ph.D. from the University of Houston. On campus, he has served as a member of the Curriculum and Instruction Committee, Student Conduct Committee, the George Center for Honors Studies Committee, the Academic Review Task Force, and the Institutional Assessment Committee, and he has been the faculty advisor for the college’s chapter of Students in Free Enterprise. Dr. Dutch has published such articles and book chapters as, “The Leadership Coach,” “Who’s Got the Power,” “What Motivates Entrepreneurs,” “The Race for a Top-Selling Electric Car,” “Can Organizational Design Impact Corporate Social Responsibility,” and “Fed-Ex and the Romans: Implications for Organizational Design.” He has made dozens of presentations at professional conferences on business organization and leadership. Dr. Dutch was awarded the Fred L. Proctor Sr. Professorship in Business on September 5, 2013. When he is not leading the Greensboro College business program, you might find Dr. Dutch tooling around town on his maxi-scooter, the perfect performance vehicle for a frugal business professor.

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Greensboro College

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Musical Theatre Concentration When Greensboro College’s Department of Theatre decided to add a concentration in musical theatre, it turned to Perry Morgan-Hall, a part-time instructor of theatre, to oversee it. He was an obvious choice, having overseen the musical-theatre track at Northwestern State University in Louisiana before coming to Greensboro College. Now, Morgan-Hall is directing the department’s first production involving students in the musical-theatre emphasis: “Carrie: The Musical,” based on the Stephen King horror novel about a bullied high-school girl who discovers she can move objects with the force of her mind. The musical will be presented Feb. 26-March 2, 2014, in the Gail Brower Huggins Performance Center on campus. As this edition of Points of Pride went to press, Morgan-Hall was opening auditions not only to the campus community but also to the public. He says creating the concentration wasn’t difficult because the Theatre Department’s existing curriculum already included most of the foundation, from the history of musical theatre to acting, piano, and ballet, jazz and tap dancing. “(Department chair) David Schram told me to look at the (curriculum) to see what we’d need to add to make it a viable program,” Morgan-Hall says. “I found we needed to add just two classes to make it solid” – musical-theatre ensemble singing and a solo cabaret performance class.

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The class on the history of musical theatre, usually an elective, is required for the concentration. “It’s important for students to learn the history of American musical theatre so that they can have an intelligent conversation with the people they’ll be working with,” Morgan-Hall says. “It’s important to understand how we got to Andrew Lloyd Webber.” The concentration makes sense for GC because only two other colleges in the region, Catawba College in Salisbury and Elon University in Elon, offer it, Morgan-Hall says. And, he says, musical theatre is “the kind of production that sells. People go to musicals because they make you feel good and leave happy.” The program will make GC graduates more competitive in the field, Morgan-Hall says: “I want to put out a student who has trained to be more than a chorus member.” Four students are enrolled in the concentration this fall, and Morgan-Hall makes recruiting trips every Friday. One, freshman Treva Gaupp from Southern Pines, N.C., says the college’s small size and strong theatre program made her want to come here. And, she says, the program has put her to work quickly. Barely more than a month into the school year, she was appearing in a collection of short works, “Be With You Shortly …” “There are not a lot of places that freshmen can be (performing) in the first month they are in school,” she says.

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Points of Pride

Peggy Gibbs Burton

Martha G. Parsons *

Betsy Walker Newman

Hilda Bruton Litaker

Leo H. Lawson Sr.

Priscilla Ipock Bynum

Fredda Thompson Peele

Rebecca Correll Payne

Annette Love-Hunt *

Carol Timberlake Lea

Sally Coley Cogan *

Jean F. Taylor

Marion Surratt Pritchett

Carolyn Ratcliffe Mann

Patricia Jones Lee

Cyrette Holliday Sanford

Dianne Pritchard McDowell

Jayne Culbertson McQueen

Monteen Jones Fox

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Kay F. Greene

Class of 1960

Betsy Gibson Sweetman

Letitia McGoogan Miller

Mary Lewis Nantz

Iris Starr Haislip

86 Members | 33 Donors

Mary Lou Hutton Vitek

Pauline Satterfield Miller

Marlene Vest Perrotta

Virginia Gunn Hargrove

38.37% Participation

J. Lewis Wicker

Jane Beane Moore

Sharon Eldridge Sams

Dorothy Dey Holdsclaw

Darlene Thomas Beard

Louise Greene Mundy

T. Douglass Schocke

Emily Cox Johnson

Mary Mac Davis Bradshaw

Class of 1962

Anne Bailey Murr

Jane Hanling Shavender

Dr. Sarah E. Leak

Gayle Loftin Butler

59 Members | 19 Donors

Ruby Sluder Nesbitt *

Carolyn Craver Tayloe

Ann Long Lewis

Linda Pryor Carroll

32.20% Participation

Patricia Knight Peterson

Elizabeth Taylor Vickroy

Betty Wilkinson Lopp

Elizabeth Eckstein Chase *

Elizabeth Little Allen

Julia Burns Schnitker

Layne Ballard McRae

Louise Laxton Cockerham

Laura Pearce Archer

Marjorie Locke Seckinger

Class of 1966

Jo Ann Webster Moore

Betty Baxter Cole

Sarah Lu Bradley

Tina Ormond Staples

105 Members | 30 Donors

Tyleta Williams Morgan

Charlotte Mixon Corbridge

Dianne Johnson Chalmers

Hannah Hamer Stockwell

28.57% Participation

Elizabeth Carroll Powell

Jane Tanner Craven

Carolyn Vaughn Cotton *

Jeannette Losee Whitmore

Bonnie Wagoner Amos

Elinor Wallace Starling

J. Emory Crawford

Martha Best Daughtry

Patricia Phillips Wilcox

Harold R. Barnes

Barbara Reynolds Valentine *

Anne Merrill Dobson

Dr. Wordell J. Davis Jr.

Judith Jarrett Wilson

Elizabeth Higgins Callihan

Barbara Bradley Westmoreland

Jackie Bost Eudy

Linda Torrence Denmark

Sylvia Edmunds Wilson

Carol deBruyne Clark

N. Anne Woodward

Rebecca Hailey Ferrell

Elizabeth Sugg Eggleston

Patricia Walters Fluck

Jean Brower Foreman

Class of 1964

Ruth Harrington Creasy

Class of 1958

Judith Lane Gibson

Sandra Wade Johnson

99 Members | 21 Donors

Polly Dana-Schumacher

48 Members | 22 Donors

Carrington Gowen

Janice Thompson Munsterman *

21.21% Participation

Anne Hensley Farren

45.83% Participation

Allen E. Kivett *

Sondra Mooney Nobles

Melinda Westmoreland Anderson

Arthur E. Gambell

Mary Ashton Barton Athearn

Jane Overman Lee

Brenda Alvis Roberts

William T. Byrd

Lynn Williams Gambell

Dr. Elizabeth Shearin Benton *

Dorothy Lopp McCullough

Rebecca Newton Robins

Alice Benson Cassanova

Mary Moore Harris

Gail Wooldridge Brooks

Helen W. Neubauer

Rachel Jessup Rogers

Druid M. Clodfelter

Patricia Graves Ingram

Rebecca Wallace Brown *

Elaine Nordan O’Quinn

Teresa Sigmon Shives

Claudine Minieri Connors

Elizabeth Pugh Jones

Patricia Pugh Bunch

Kyleen Turner Papadeas

Barbara Chavis Thornton

Marilyn Smith Edwards

John A. Kimes

Ruth Neisler Cooper

Pat Fearing Routh

Frankie Phillips Winters *

Cappye Gentry Headman

Hundley Philpott Lowe

Ann Ivey Cranford

Patsy Ray Royal

Sara Williams Jacobson

Dr. Joseph C. Lowman

Kate Gladstone Craver

Ellagene Johnson Sapp

Class of 1963

Susan Pollard Little *

Elaine Fox Mann

Peggy Bradley Davidson

Carolyn Reid Smith

96 Members | 47 Donors

Annette Lancaster Litzenberger

Mary Hopkins Martin

Carolina Ferguson Finley

Grace Wright Stafford

48.96% Participation

Mary Powell Luther

Joellen Stith Parks *

Nancy Hill Gaines

Dr. Barbara McCauley Tapscott

Connie Long Alley

Jane Overman Misslbeck

Mark L. Pollard *

Gail Armstrong Gilvin *

Patricia Hughes and Jerry Troxler *

Huldah F. and Wyndham Anderson *

Nell Harris Page

Amy Schwartz Spielman

Mae Braswell Harris

Ruth Thompson Walton

Ken S. Anderson Jr. *

Sherry Clodfelter Pollard

Carolyn Lanier Steed

Zelma Andrews Higgins *

Ellen Harris Weekley

Dr. Hie-Ping Ting Beall *

Betty Chafin Rash *

Starr Barnhardt Strickland

Norma Chappell Irvine

Dr. Eleanor Boyd Wright

Matilda Holland Bradshaw *

Louise Dalmas Ruch

Martha Brown Summerour

Anne Brown Johnson

Helen Graham Yarboro

Ann Brawley Brown

The Rev. Beverly J. Samford

Judith Howell Swain

Linda Taylor Bullock

Michele Gray Scheer

Janet Cates Upton

Class of 1961

Martha Lou Tucker Burroughs

Jo Allison Clary Smith *

Colleen Davis Vermillion

Mary Frances Colvert Lack

75 Members | 25 Donors

Philip R. Byrum

Martha Powell Smith

Carolyn Koonts Wagnon

Mary Jac Stevenson Lineberger

33.33% Participation

Janice Polster Chandler

Darlene Rathjen Whorley

Catherine Boyd Walker

Emily Thomas Millett

Jackie Scoggin Andrews

Brenda Howell Edmond

Nancy Hoyle Murr

Ann Thomas Barkley

Katherine Fasul

Class of 1965

Ruth Jennette Patterson +

Nancy Hearn Branch

Barbara Stallings Gerhardt *

77 Members | 26 Donors

Class of 1967

Betty Lou Hardin Brittain

Nancy Chandler Gibbs *

33.77% Participation

73 Members | 32 Donors

Class of 1959

Kay Hinson Canter

Martha Frye Gravely *

Patsy Pugh Boren

43.84% Participation

52 Members | 14 Donors

Nancy Gilbert Chapin

Myra Harris Harp

Sally Hutton Carlson

Earleen Mulwee Barnes

26.92% Participation

Grace Potter Cranick

Catherine Byrd Hedgpeth

Betsy McKee Collett

Ira M. Barnett

Doris Campbell Beatty

Mary Emma Thompson Dryden

Ellen Pritchard Henderson

Celia Deaton Craddock

Paulette Chappel Barnett

Susan Dow Cameron *

Dorothy Bailey Fender

Rebecca Chambers Holt

Jean Lander Davis *

Camille Hampton Boone

Elizabeth Johnson Casbeer

Forrest A. Ferrell

Juliette Passavant Horner *

Judith Harris Eason *

Vanda Brame Bresnan

Faye Ausley Daniel

Margaret Cotton Foote

Sandra Calaway Hunter

M. Ned Farster Jr.

Barry A. Cain

Frances Stephenson Ferguson

Ruth V. Fox

Betty Alley Jobe *

Suzanne Black Glancy

E. Ann Cantrell

Patricia Surratt Hayes

Lou Ellen Richey Geiger

Virginia Altizer Kendall

Pamela Glensor Gray

Dr. Mary V. Compton

Harriet Craver Heath

Sallie Webb Huss

Helen Brewer King

Dr. William H. Hagen Jr.

Becky Gainey Faust

Jane G. Hobson

Nancy Buckner Hyde

Judy Crissman Kiser

David P. Jensen

Elizabeth Martin Ferguson

Cindy Robinson Joseph

Frances Pyron Johnson

Janice Short Kistler

Robert W. Jones

J. Paul Folliard

Amber Morris King

Georgia Woodward Kimball

Janet Bender Kovacs

James E. Kirk Jr.

Brenda Brown Gregory Hawkins

Shelby Lipps McAden

Mildred Miller Little

Carolyn Abernethy Lindow

Margaret Harry Kluttz

Rita Layton Harrell

Gene Edwards and Frederick T. Jones Jr.*

Dr. Nelda Reynolds Cockman

Larry W. Wooten


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Greensboro College

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CLASS LISTING Greensboro College alumni are extraordinary individuals and we are deeply grateful for the passion they continue to show

Musical Theatre Concentration

for their alma mater and for one another.

Class of 1945

Margie Stoltz Eller

Mary Lasley Milam

Varion Herndon Spear

14 Members | 5 Donors

26 Members | 8 Donors

Ruth Jones Hess

Patricia Tucker Nesbit

Frances Kendrick Springs

35.71% Participation

30.77% Participation

Margaret Hartsell Ranson

Betty Beck Patterson

Dana K. Tyson

Irene Fowler Gambill Estate + *

Jane Sloan Belkin

Rebecca Raper Austin

Mary Brinkley Osteen

Ann Huffines Whitehurst

Dr. Earline Heath King Estate + *

Virginia Hurt Breeden

Dorothy Steedman Shoaf *

Janice Johnson Wilson

Janette Davidson Winston

Mildred Tippett Burgess +

Sarah E. Foster

Gordon Reins Smoak

V. Caroline Wright

Betty Williford Yancey

June Wren Myers +

Margaret Weldon Jones *

Jo Usher Steel

Anne Bennett Powell

Elizabeth Morgan Kneebone

Betty Sisk Swain

Class of 1953

Louisa Templeton Sholar

Ramona Rouse Tucker *

43 Members | 22 Donors

Class of 1955

1930s Decade

Class of 1940

Frances Winslow Smith

11 Members | 0 Donors

Janie James Sweeny

Glista Kiser Young

51.16% Participation

46 Members | 22 Donors

Class of 1950

Anne Ewing Carroll *

47.83% Participation

13 Members | 8 Donors

Carolyn Jones Cheatham

Elizabeth Huggins Alspaugh

Class of 1946

61.54% Participation

Katherine Owen Davis

Helen Dickens Alspaugh *

Class of 1941

16 Members | 4 Donors

Margaret Wiggins Boggs

Christine Sugg Evans

Joyce Via Anderson

14 Members | 7 Donors

25.00% Participation

Mary Casstevens Booker

Joy Marie Little Floyd

Eris Eure Calimer

50.00% Participation

Mabel Cornelius Chilton

Sue Rast Foy

Carolyn Evans Hart

Mary Pugh Dickens

Anna Lois Cobb Bulla

Britt Davis Griffin

Elaine Forward Lyerly

Carolyn Stanford Hicklin

Mary Jo Davis Doeringer

Eleanora Kampschmidt

Della Lee Fizer Jamieson

Anne Johnson McChesney

Jane Beam Hollar

Lael Corzine Featherston

Dorathea Janssen Chisholm

Mary Lib Bush Todd

Sylvia Bodie Howell

Mary Jo Caudle Garrett

Helen Schwartzbard Weiss

Erma Thornburg Long

Sarah Bates Granade +

Shirley Brown Williams

Betty Costner Masters

Ann McCollum Neese

0.00% Participation

Pennekamp + Kathryn Thompson Remmey *

McCutcheon

Mary Lily Watlington Annie Laurie Howell Wharton

Class of 1947

Betty Hendricks McElrath

Rachel Gobbel Norment

Helen Craven Wheeler

39 Members | 12 Donors

Class of 1951

Julia Brown Milligan

Jean Turner Pate

Helen Donavant Wolff

30.77% Participation

43 Members | 16 Donors

Betty Owen Moore

Ruth Lynch Purser

Barbara Shrum Blanton

37.21% Participation

Anne Cousins Parton

Martha Driesell Radcliff

Class of 1942

Dorothy Stoltz Brogan

Mary Alice Brogan Bair

Janice Alexander Poston

Nancy Haltom Rood

20 Members | 9 donors

Sarah Gambrell Carson

Martha Eury Bigham +

Paula Pegg Schwehm

Patricia Fields Ross

45.00% Participation

Priscilla Nichols Christiansen

Ann Ashmore Clegg

Barbara Lee Spencer *

Caroline Crowell Taylor

Sadie Wolfe Byerly *

Inez Rufty Dickson

Martha Morris Estes

Barbara Smith Theis

M. Lou Starke Teeter

Marian Graham Tidd

Elizabeth Gillespie Estep

Eunice B. Floyd +

Janice Ormond Turnage

Maxine Scarborough Thomasson

Virginia Clarke Gray-Backus *

Martha Hedrick Godwin

Mary M. Houk

Betsy Lawrence Wengert *

Edith Rose Wilkins

Frances Kelly Holland

Julia McLurd Harvey *

Dorothy Curtis Hughes

Jean Penny Yount

Mary Lou Gunter Williams

Janella Kirk

Eleanor Brinn Knotts

Jean Gardner Huie

Marguerite Thomason Leonard

Jeanne Williamson Wall

Margarett Fields McKeel

Class of 1954

Sara Hill Loftin

Helen Thomas Wells

Mary Alligood Morris

60 Members | 28 Donors

Class of 1956

Mildred Yost Rives

Marian Watkins Yoder

Martha Starke Parks

46.67% Participation

39 Members | 13 Donors

Ann Steadman Poe

Ruth Troutman Amos

33.33% Participation

Class of 1948

Margaret J. Sugg

Mary Shuller Baber

Norma Warren Connell

Class of 1943

35 Members | 9 Donors

Faye Massengill Van Hecke

Virginia Wyne Broyles

Joan Greenberg

19 Members | 4 Donors

25.71% Participation

Peggy Thomason Wegwart

Blanche Selden Bullock

Dr. JoAnn Padley Hunt

21.05% Participation

Anne Kendrick Brinkley

Iris Smith Wobie

Jeanne Koonts Clayton

Joanne LaPrade Johnson

Miriam Callis Bumgarner

Rachel M. Buie

Mary Payne Creed

Nell Knotts Marshall

Frances Wolfe Landaas

Mary Ratliff Burnette

Class of 1952

Jean Gilliam DeGaetano

Mallie Harmon Riecken

Frances Matthews Peterson

Rachel Page Carnes

39 Members | 18 Donors

Emma Maxwell Dineen

Jane Lewis Shetler

Katherine P. Wilson +

Beth Joyner Conerly

46.15% Participation

Jacqueline McLeod Doubles

Patsy Craver Stamey

Evelyn Bullard Flack

Louise Sanford Beasley

Dr. Johannah Schwarz Franke

Beverly Cox Stout

Class of 1944

Lois Roberts Holloway

Carlene Freeman Blackmon

Rosalyn Gasque Hass

Barbara Merritt Thornton

18 Members | 7 Donors

Georgia Hayes Niven

Doris Helms Byrd

Quinton Holton Hill

Eleanor Oakley Trigg

38.89% Participation

Ellen Brown Otterbourg

Patricia Jackson Capehart

Harriett Blackwell Hook

Jean Fortner Ward *

Annette Inge Casey

Judy Knight Kalish

Dr. Mary Lee Wells Whebee

Rosemary Reed Troxler

Jane Moore Adair

Shirley L. Windham

Peggy Purnell Bowen

Class of 1949

Elizabeth Callis Davis

Jean Armstrong Kinser

Martha Mitchell Campbell

36 Members | 13 Donors

Anne Gray Gilliam

Sue Ross Liles

Class of 1957

Fay Smithdeal Deans

36.11% Participation

Joan K. Goforth

Mary Lou Goforth McDaniel

50 Members | 23 Donors

Elizabeth Langley Heffernan

Margaret Tucker Aldridge

Clariann Massey Kellam

Evelyn Loven Ochs

46.00% Participation

Dorothy Dickinson Swackhamer

Helen Burrows Arthur

Justine Patrick Linville

Dorothy Smith O’Hanlon

Shirley Falls Austin

Margaret Sharpe Younger

Martha Hoffner Casey

Carolyn Fonville Mann

Eleanor Webb Page

Mary Plyde Marsh Bell

Jean Caudle

Virginia Harris McGranahan

Nancy Snyder Shushkowski

Betty Stanford Bodkin

With American musical theatre’s large repertoire, why did Greensboro College pick “Carrie: The Musical” for the concentration’s first production? The original 1988 Broadway production, which cost $7 million to mount, closed after just five performances, with The New York Times calling it “the most expensive quick flop in history.” Writer Lawrence D. Cohen and composers Dean Pitchford and Michael Gore vowed it would never be performed again. Schram, the department chair, says that history was part of the challenge. He points out that Cohen, Gore and Pitchford’s reworked version, with what Morgan-Hall calls “a stronger script and a tighter story,” was more successful OffBroadway in 2012, winning an Off-Broadway Alliance award for best musical revival. That version will be performed here. The material, Schram says, will be familiar to audiences with little background in musical theatre, coming as it did from a best-selling novel that has been adapted for film twice. And, he says, “it is also the ultimate bullying story in terms of the nerd getting revenge – something we all like to see.” That revenge was what made the novel a horror story, and Morgan-Hall is all too aware of the risks of adapting a horror story into a musical. “I don’t want it to be camp,” he says. “You have to treat it seriously. This is a real story with real people. If it ends up being campy, fine, but that’s not what I’m aiming for.” Gaupp already is treating “Carrie” seriously. “I think that the dancing is going to be the hardest thing for me because I don’t really dance much,” she says, but she’s not worried: “It is a lot of work, we put in a lot of time, but we all love it.”

Freshman Treva Gaupp says she chose the musical-theatre concentration for the simplest of reasons: “It is the best of two worlds. I love music and acting, and this was a great way to get both types of classes.”


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Honor Roll of Donors

175 ALUMNI for 175 YEARS Blanche Burris, Class of 1925: Burris, a minister’s Aaron Weibe, Class of 2008: Weibe, an Air Force staff sergeant who graduated with a B.A. in music, plays guitar with the Air Force Central Command Band, which performs from South Carolina to Maine and overseas in support of troop morale and international relations. “As a professional musician for the military, my job requires a lot of proficiency in various styles of music,” Weibe says. “The faculty at GC recognizes the importance of developing young players into versatile working professionals, and that’s exactly what it did for me (with) a combination of a lot of practice and hard work matched by the guidance and direction given to me by the best music faculty in North Carolina.”

daughter who had started playing piano at age 9, had to leave GC after her freshman year to teach elementary school for three years to pay for the rest of her college education. After graduation, she joined the college’s music faculty as an instructor of piano and music theory while studying during summers with the president and the dean of music at the Juilliard School of Music. She remained a GC faculty member for 40 years, retiring in 1965. She died in 1981.

Bettie Caldwell, Class of 1882: Caldwell, the greatgranddaughter of Greensboro physician and educator David Caldwell, became the city of Greensboro’s first librarian when the city’s first library opened in 1902 on the site of what is now the Elon University School of Law. She retired in 1920, and in 1925 she published Founders and Builders of Greensboro 18081908, a book that had grown out of her archival work at the library and contained sketches and photographs of 50 men and women who had played key roles in the founding and development of Greensboro. She died in 1936.

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GREENSBORO COLLEGE SOCIETY CHARTER MEMBERS These Charter members joined the Society during its inaugural period of January 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 Advanced Hydraulic Systems, Inc

Mitch Dillon

Lynn Lewis ‘73 and Patrick Lane

A. Henry Stone Jr. ‘83

Helen Dickens Alspaugh ‘55

Duke Energy Foundation

G. Jean Lojko

Susan Glover Sullivan ‘67

Huldah F. ‘63 and Wyndham Anderson

Judith Harris Eason ‘65

Annette Love-Hunt ‘63

Betsy Gibson Sweetman ‘61

Ken S. Anderson Jr. ‘63

Jane Boyles Eidson ‘58

Daniel G. Mackey ‘03

Ellen and Gary Taft

Anonymous (3)

Jean K. Elkins

Catherine M. Maddox ‘98

Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation, Inc.

Caroline Newson Barber ‘69

Dr. Nancy J. Farmer ‘69

Rusty Mader Esq. ‘68

Linda Woodard ‘69 and Dr. Barnes Tatum

Nan and John Bayersdorfer

Katherine Fasul ‘63

The Alexander Worth McAlister

Trey Taylor Memorial

BB&T

Gayle Remmey and Horance Faucette

Dr. Hie-Ping Ting Beall ‘63

Kathy and Fred Fee

Maxine and Dave McConnell

Sandy and Harlan Thomson

T. Richard Beard Jr. ‘03

The Richard Scott Fee Memorial

Margarett Fields McKeel ‘51

Triad Youth LaCrosse Association

Beatrice Cobb Trust

Margaret Cotton Foote ‘61

Brandy Fulcher ‘97 and Larry W. Miller Jr. ‘97

Suzanne and John Tritch

Dr. Elizabeth Shearin Benton ‘58

Patricia and Stephen Galuski

Susan Burritt Miller ‘69

Patricia Hughes ‘60 and Jerry Troxler

William F. Black

Irene Fowler Gambill ‘31 +

Dr. Samuel H. Moore Jr. ‘87

Ramona Rouse Tucker ‘49

Betty Stanford Bodkin ‘57

Barbara Stallings Gerhardt ‘63

Robyn White and Robert C. Moorhead

Mary and Russell Ugone

Martha Lively Brach ‘71

Nancy Chandler Gibbs ‘63

Carolee Wood Morris ‘61

UPS Foundation

Martha Foster Bradberry ‘74

Gail Armstrong Gilvin ‘58

Julie and Sal Moscatello

Barbara Reynolds Valentine ‘57

Matilda Holland Bradshaw ‘63

Joan Glynn and Kerry Damich

Janice Thompson Munsterman ‘62

Harriet Norton Van Wyck ‘61

Betty and Joseph M. Brantley III

Golden LEAF Foundation

Colleen Murphy

Dr. Frank Walker

Wendy and James Brender

David K. Goodman ‘87

Elizabeth Temple Murrill ‘43 +

Jean Fortner Ward ‘56

Iris and James C. Bristow Jr.

Dianna Blackwell Goodman ‘69

My Sports Dreams, LLC

The Weil Foundation

Sandra and H. Frank Brooks

Martha Frye Gravely ‘63

Russell R. Myers ‘82

Wells Fargo Foundation

Brown F. Finch Foundation

Virginia Clarke Gray-Backus ‘42

Ruby Sluder Nesbitt ‘63

Betsy Lawrence Wengert ‘53

Kristen Crutchfield Brown ‘04

Kevin M. Green ‘78

Dennie and Walter Newton

Western North Carolina Conference

Rebecca Wallace Brown ‘58

Richard E. Gunther Jr.

George W. Newton

Joseph M. Bryan Foundation of

Gloria and Frank Hall

Georgia Hayes Niven ‘48

Sally A. Wheat

North Carolina Independent Colleges

Pamela Medlin Whitaker

Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Willie L. Taylor

United Methodist Church

Greater Greensboro

Catherine Cosby Harlow

Lisa and William N. Bullock

Julia McLurd Harvey ‘47

Dr. Olena Swain Bunn

Zelma Andrews Higgins ‘58

Burlington Industries Foundation

D. Frank Hinnant Jr. +

Methodist Church

R. Parker Williams Jr.

Peggy Gibbs Burton ‘57

Bryan M. Holcomb ‘99

Dr. Suzanne H. Nutt ‘84

John A. Williamson ‘83

Sadie Wolfe Byerly ‘42

Juliette Passavant Horner ‘63

Leah Overman

Parksie and Tom Wilson

Beulah Bradley Cameron ‘38

Frances Broome Hupfer ‘69

Joellen Stith Parks ‘66

The Winston-Salem Foundation, Inc.

Susan Dow Cameron ‘59

Anne Johnes Hurd ‘81

Martha G. Parsons ‘59

Frances Curfman Winston ‘50 +

Randy Campbell

Dr. M. Todd Hyatt ‘91

Pender and Coward P.C.

Frankie Phillips Winters ‘62

Margaret A. Cargill Foundation

Patricia Graves Ingram ‘66

Cheryl and Jim Pfeiffer

Nancy Miller Wright ‘69

Anne Ewing Carroll ‘53

Judith Jackson-Spivey ‘83

Benny Lou Kenerly Pierce ‘59

Martha Huggin Yarborough ‘66

Roy E. Carroll II ‘85

James A. Gray Endowment

Mark L. Pollard ‘66

Yardbird Garden Club

Toni and the Rev. Phillip K. Cates ‘86

Dr. Sarah D. Jerome ‘67

Cindy and Fred L. Proctor Jr.

Mary Holloway Zwillich ‘75

Elizabeth Eckstein Chase ‘60

Betty Alley Jobe ‘63

Jean Graham and Robert C. Rapp Jr.

Dr. Nelda Reynolds Cockman ‘66

Millie Chafin Johnson ‘67

Betty Chafin Rash ‘64

Martha Cottrell Coffield ‘70

The Rev. Judith O. Jolly ‘67

Ann Smith Redwine ‘63

Sally Coley Cogan ‘57

Gene Edwards ‘58 and Frederick T. Jones Jr.

Jane H. Reece

Sally Schindel and Alan Cone

Margaret Weldon Jones ‘45

Kathryn Thompson Remmey ‘41

Caprice Kitchen ‘87 and J. Eugene Corbett ‘86

Edna Stokes Joyner ‘54

Richard C. Remmey III

Carolyn Vaughn Cotton ‘62

Dr. Candace Lambeth Kime ‘69

Jane and Dr. Royce O. Reynolds

Rosa Lee Armstrong Cozart ‘46 +

Frank Kime

Rotary Club of Greensboro Foundation, Inc.

Ann Ivey Cranford ‘58

Dr. Earline Heath King ‘34 +

Julianne Showfety ‘89 and Gary V. Schatz ‘89

Saundra and David T. Currie Jr.

Allen E. Kivett ‘60

Patricia and Dr. Robert Sevier

Dr. Carolyn Chappell and

Margaret Harry Kluttz ‘65

Susan K. Shaw ‘67 +

Deborah Coan Lamm ‘73

Dorothy Steedman Shoaf ‘49

Dr. Robin L. Daniel

Marguerite Thomason Leonard ‘42

Carol McClurg ‘71 and H. Mack Simons III ‘71

David Caldwell Log College

Dr. Paul L. Leslie

Smith Family Foundation

Jean Lander Davis ‘65

Jane and Richard Levy

Edward H. Smith Jr. ‘67

Michelle C. Davis

Lincoln Financial Group Foundation

Jo Allison Clary Smith ‘64

Carolyn and Martin DeFrancesco

Helen H. Lineberry +

E. Louise Sparrer ‘60 +

Louis DeJoy Jr.

Virginia and Albert S. Lineberry Jr.

Barbara Lee Spencer ‘53

Dr. Brent DeVore

Susan Pollard Little ‘64

Katherine Goodman Stern

Dr. Lawrence D. Czarda

and Universities North Carolina Conference United

Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, Inc. Betty Jane Farrell Williams ‘58


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Points of Pride Honor Roll of Donors

Greensboro College

Honor Roll of Donors DEAR ALUMNI & FRIENDS OF GREENSBORO COLLEGE, On behalf of the Board of Directors of Greensboro College, I thank you for your generosity throughout the past fiscal year (July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013) and am pleased to present our annual Honor Roll of Donors. Your contributions provide invaluable support and help us fulfill our mission that has been in place for 175 years. More than 90 percent of our students rely on scholarships or financial aid to attend Greensboro College and pursue their dream of an education at a small liberal arts college. Gifts to the College enable us to continue to attract talented students with scholarships and financial assistance. For some, our ability to provide institutional aid makes the difference between coming to GC or not and permits our students to become involved on campus and serve others. The educational, spiritual, and social opportunities offered at Greensboro College are possible, in part, because of philanthropic contributions – no matter the size – from alumni like you. Without them, we cannot make this education possible.

As a donor, you are an active partner with Greensboro College as we inspire students to excel in learning, leadership, and service in our community and beyond. Gifts to the College are seen as a vote of confidence, a vote that is considered by foundations and funding organizations that award grants and associations that award higher education accreditation. By giving back, you help students and yourself by enhancing the reputation of those who attended Greensboro College and are proud to call Greensboro College their Alma Mater. I sincerely thank you for your support this year and invite you to continue to invest in Greensboro College’s bright future by making a gift next year. Because of your support, we continue to graduate individuals of intellect and character who will lead and serve by engaging in the world. With Pride, Walter Newton, Board Chair

GREENSBORO COLLEGE SOCIETY LIFETIME MEMBERS These donors have supported our mission with a cumulative lifetime donation of $100,000 or more A. J. Fletcher Foundation

Dr. Sarah Fore Gaines ‘41 +

Dr. Alia Ross Lawson ‘32 +

W. Roger Soles

Russellene J. Angel

Irene Fowler Gambill ‘31 +

Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, Inc.

E. Louise Sparrer ‘60 +

Anonymous (2)

Wilsie Glasgow Garraway 1924 +

Lincoln Financial Group Foundation

Sally McWhorter + and Marshall T.

Aramark Corporation

Christobel R. Gates ‘37 +

Helen H. + and Dr. Albert S. Lineberry Sr. +

Hannah Roberson Bagwell ‘45

Eleanor Anthony George ‘38 +

Margaret A. Cargill Foundation

Maggie and Robert Stout

Mack S. Ballard

Golden Leaf Foundation

Marion Stedman Covington Foundation

Susan Glover Sullivan ‘67

Bank of America

Kelman P. Gomo

Elsie Greene McPherson 1920 +

Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation, Inc.

BB&T

Virginia Clarke Gray-Backus ‘42

Nancy Baird Mulheren

Teagle Foundation Incorporated

Beatrice Cobb Trust

Greensboro College Alumni Association

News & Record

Evelyn Morgan Transou 1927 +

Jackie and Steven D. Bell

Joann Gaddy Grimes ‘55

Dennie and Walter Newton

United Guaranty Corporation

Elizabeth and William E. Blackwell

Lynn and Michael W. Haley

George W. Newton

Lucy Carr Voliva 1926 +

Flora L. Bobbitt ‘48 +

Catherine Cosby Harlow

North Carolina Conference United

Rebecca Doub Wall ‘40 +

Dolen Bowers +

Elizabeth Strong Hartness ‘35 +

Sara Jane Bradshaw ‘35 +

Hearst Foundation

Brown F. Finch Foundation

Wilhelmina Motley Herbin +

Dr. Joseph M. Bryan Sr. +

Josephine Wyatt Hickey +

Angela Ward ‘78 and Dr. R. Carter Pate ‘76

Lisa and William N. Bullock

Florence Mercer Hill ‘30 +

Emma Watson Perrett +

Sadie Wolfe Byerly ‘42

Hillsdale Fund

Elizabeth Hall Preston ‘48 +

Sally A. Wheat

Beulah Bradley Cameron ‘38

Anne Exum ‘41 + and D. Frank Hinnant Jr. +

Sallie Hester Price +

Elizabeth Knowles White 1929 +

Dr. Ruth Chenault ‘40 + and Jack H. Campbell +

Margaret Umberger Holton ‘45 +

Myrtle R. + and Dr. Fred L. Proctor Sr. +

Betty Jane Farrell Williams ‘58

Cannon Foundation, Inc.

Gail Brower Huggins ‘65

Richard C. Remmey III

Judith and Dr. Craven E. Williams

Roy E. Carroll II ‘85

James A. Gray Endowment

Jane and Dr. Royce O. Reynolds

Carroll B. Wiltshire +

Cemala Foundation

John W. and Anna H. Hanes Foundation

Dr. Charles E. Ridenhour Sr. +

Bessie Buckner Wood 1920 +

Constance Byrd Childers +

William L. Johnson

Mildred Yost Rives ‘42

Elaine and Thomas White

Mary C. Clegg 1922 +

Clarence Boren and Dr. William S. Jones +

Sarah Condon Rodgers 1912 +

Martha Huggin Yarborough ‘66

Sally Coley Cogan ‘57

W. Dillard Jones

Sealy Corp.

Dr. John C. Cowan Jr. +

Joseph M. Bryan Foundation of

Louise Thompson Sinclair ‘33 +

M. Myrtis Davis +

Greater Greensboro

Methodist Church North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities

Peggy Haywood Smith ‘45 +

E. H. Barnard Charitable Trust

Lynn Lewis ‘73 and Patrick Lane

Dr. S. Ruven Smith +

Ford Foundation

Estelle Cherry Lawing 1924 +

Alexander L. Smoot +

Spears Jr. +

Jean Fortner Ward ‘56 Weaver Foundation Dr. Bailey D. Webb ‘33 + Western North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church

+ deceased

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To mark its 175th anniversary, Greensboro College is putting the spotlight on 175 alumni who have contributed to the college, the community or both. From the 19th century to the 2000s, these men and women represent the many alumni who have exemplified the college’s values. You can read their stories at

Greensboro.edu/alumni/175-alumni-175-years Here are a few excerpts:

Joseph Lowman, Class of 1966: Graduating from GC with a B.A. in psychology, Lowman went on to spend 43 years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, primarily teaching, researching and supervising with UNC’s Clinical Training Program as well as serving as the assistant dean of arts and sciences from 1993 to 2000. He also is an avid vocal and instrumental musician. He received GC’s Distinguished Alumni Award winner in 1991 and served as Alumni Association president from 1986 to 1988. Now retired, he lives in Boone. He once told the college, “Soon after beginning a Ph.D. program the year after I graduated from GC, it became clear to me that I had received a first-rate academic education at Greensboro College -- one easily comparable (if not superior in breadth) to those of my fellow graduate students from the Ivy League and the Big Ten.”

Heather Macy, Class of 2000: Macy played on GC’s women’s basketball team for four years while earning her B.S. in exercise and sports science/administration and coaching. She finished her basketball career 11th in college history in scoring and in the top 10 in assists. (The 1996-97 team, of which she was a member, was inducted into the Pride’s Hall of Fame in 2012.) After stints as assistant women’s basketball coach at various colleges and universities, she became head coach at Division II Pfeiffer University and Francis Marion University before moving to Division I East Carolina University in 2010. She was named Conference USA Coach of the Year in 2013. “Greensboro College was the perfect place for me to grow and prepare for the future,” she says. “I enjoyed my GC experience and credit the wonderful people there for inspiring and challenging me."

Jamie Trout Smothers, Class of 2006: Smothers’s achievements at Greensboro College were stellar: She graduated with a 4.0 grade-point average, won the Harold H. Hutson award and was selected by her classmates as commencement speaker after serving three years as both a residence advisor and the community service coordinator for Village 401 and winning the Business Program Faculty Service Award and the AllCollege Alpha Chi Award. Later in 2006, she joined First Citizens Investor Services, rising to the rank of vice president and working with seven local branches to serve clients’ investment needs. She became a Certified Financial Planner in 2010. In the community, she has volunteered with the Junior League of Greensboro, delivering food to the elderly, and the PTA of Cone Elementary School, and her church, where she is involved in building homes for Habitat for Humanity and making food backpacks for kids. “My years at GC were spent learning -- learning in class; learning about the community; learning about others; and learning about myself,” she says. “I know how valuable that time was and how all that I learned is put to use in my daily life. I owe GC gratitude for these wonderful gifts.”

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only female female President President to to date, date, the the newly newly only renamed Greensboro Greensboro College College for forWomen Women renamed (1912) began began granting granting B.A. B.A. degrees. degrees. (1912)

1920 –– Greensboro Greensboro 1920 College became became the the College official name name of of the the official institution. institution.

1992––The Theathletic athleticmoniker monikerfor forthe thecollege college 1992 becomesthe the“Greensboro “GreensboroCollege CollegePride.” Pride.” becomes 1997––Football Footballtakes takestotothe thefield fieldfor forthe thefirst firsttime timefor forGreensboro GreensboroCollege. College. 1997 May18, 18,2000 2000––The Thefirst firstNational NationalChampionship ChampionshipininDivision Division May IIIAthletics Athleticsisisbrought broughthome hometotoGreensboro GreensboroCollege Collegeby bythe themen’s men’s III golfteam, team,who whoagain againwon wonthe thetitle titleinin2011. 2011.The The2013 2013men’s men’steam team golf wasnamed namedthe theDivision DivisionIII IIIGolf GolfCoaches CoachesAssociation AssociationofofAmerica America was AcademicNational NationalChampions Championsfor forhaving havingaacumulative cumulativeteam teamGPA GPA Academic greaterthan than3.5 3.5on onaa4.0 4.0scale. scale. greater

1966––Greensboro GreensboroCollege College 1966 beginsintercollegiate intercollegiateathletic athletic begins competitionasasthe the“Hornets” “Hornets”and and competition winsits itsfirst firstconference conferencemen’s men’s wins basketballtitle titletwo twoshort shortyears yearslater. later. basketball

1971––Nathaniel NathanielA. A.Nkanta, Nkanta,from fromNigeria Nigeria(below (below 1971 left),became becamethe thecollege’s college’sfirst firstblack blackgraduate, graduate,and and left), in 1973, Penny Shamberger (below right) became in 1973, Penny Shamberger (below right) became thefirst firstAfrican AfricanAmerican Americantotograduate. graduate. the

2013––Greensboro GreensboroCollege College 2013 beginsaayearlong yearlongcelebration celebration begins thth its175 175 Anniversary. Anniversary. ofofits

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August 9, 9, 1863 1863 –– Fire Fire destroys destroys the the August original Main Main Building. Building.Two Two subsequent subsequent original fires occurred occurred in in 1904 1904 and and 1941; 1941; the the current current fires structure isis the the fourth fourth Main Main Building. Building. structure

1917 –– One One of of the the most most well-known well-known parts parts of of 1917 campus, the the fountain, fountain, was was built built as as aa gift gift from from campus, the Class Class of of 1917 1917 in in front front of of Main Main Building. Building. the 1915 –– Thanks Thanks to to the the Alumnae Alumnae Association Association and and 1915

1954––Men Menwere wereadmitted admittedasasday daystudents students 1954

work from from dedicated dedicated alumnae alumnae and and faculty, faculty, 11 11 work scholarships were were offered offered from from 77 different different funds. funds. scholarships

andtwo twoyears yearslater laterallowed allowedtotobecome become and residentialstudents. students. residential

2008––Dr. Dr.Jillian JillianHaeseler, Haeseler, 2008 assistantprofessor professorofofEnglish Englishand and assistant communicationstudies, studies,becomes becomes communication thecollege’s college’sfirst firstFulbright FulbrightScholar. Scholar. the 2001––Master’s Master’sdegrees degreeswere wereoffered offeredfor forthe thefirst firsttime. time. 2001

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