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TechNotes Written by Gary Goettling

Roll Call Goal: Five Come Alive!



oll ball volunteers and staff members Âť arc hoping that 5 is their lucky number this school year. The goal for the 1992-93 campaign, which runs from Jul\ I through June 30, 1993. is $5,555,555 from 26,000 donors. Hubert I.. "Herky" Harris, IM '65, vice president for Roll ball, chairs the fundraising effort, Georgia Tech's largest source of unrestricted gifts. This year's theme is "Together, Kveryone's Contribution I lelps," which is meant to emphasize that "every single contribution, no matter how large or small, is important," says Pam Cottrell, assistant director < if Roll Call. "Raising money during tough economic times is never easy, but we are confident that Tech alumni, friends, faculty and staff will pull together." Now in its 46th year, Roll Call money provides scholarships, fellowships and funds for curriculum development. Last year's drive netted a record $5,028,668.

Best Buy Money magazine has ranked Georgia Tech near the top in its third annual list of the 100 best college buys. Tech placed seventh

Twist and Shout Dean of Students Emeritus James E. Dull, far left, strums along with the other members of the "Beatles" in this circa 1964 photograph sent in by Tom Hollingsworth, IT '65. The other members of the group are Mike Mulligan (center) and lid kohler, with Lucien "Buzz" Hope on "drums." The occasion was a talent show organized by co-op students. 'Summers were long back then," I lolling.swoith writes. in the survey, which ranks private and public universities on the basis of 15 criteria such as studentfaculty ratio, average SAT score, graduation rate and alumni business success, based on Standard & Poor's Register of Corporations, Directors and Executives.

Ivan Alien Dean Dr. Robert G. Hawkins has been named dean of

the Ivan Allen College of Management, Policy and International Affairs. A professor and dean of the School of Management at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., Hawkins will assume his new duties in January. Prior to being named dean at Rensselaer in 1984, he was vice dean of faculty of business administration at New York University. Hawkins earned an AB from William Jewell College in 1958, and pursued

graduate work at New York University, where he received a PhD in economics in 1966.

Architecture Dean Dr. Thomas D. Galloway became dean of the College of Architecture on Oct. 1. Galloway had been dean of the College of Design and director of the Design Research Institute at Iowa State University since 1985. Previously he GEORGIA TECH â&#x20AC;˘ TechNotes


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