| ALUMNI MAGAZINE | VOL 8 â€˘ NO 3
Dr. Stanley F. Battle, Interim President Megan A. Rock, Vice President for Institutional Advancement STAFF Patrick Dilger, Director of Public Affairs Villia Struyk, Editor Michael Kobylanski, Sports Editor Marylou Conley, â€™83, Art Director Isabel Chenoweth, Photographer Alisha Martindale, Assistant Photographer Nancy Ronne, Development Editor Charlie Davison, Alumni Notes Editor ALUMNI RELATIONS OFFICE Michelle R. Johnston, Director of Alumni Relations (203) 392-6500 EDITORIAL OFFICE Southern Connecticut State University Office of Public Affairs/ Southern Alumni Magazine 501 Crescent Street New Haven, CT 06515-1355 Telephone (203) 392-6591; fax (203) 392-6597 E-mail address: StruykV1@SouthernCT.edu University Web site: www.SouthernCT.edu Printed by The Lane Press, Inc.
Southern Alumni Magazine is published by the university in cooperation with the SCSU Alumni Association three times a year and distributed free of charge to alumni and friends of the university. Opinions expressed in Southern Alumni Magazine do not necessarily reflect those of the university or of the SCSU Alumni Association. Although the editors have made every reasonable effort to be factually accurate, no responsibility is assumed for errors. Opposite page: Dr. Cheryl J. Norton focused on student success throughout her presidency. This page: [TOP ROW] Norton takes a moment to show her Southern pride with the cheerleading team. [CENTER ROW, FROM LEFT] Looking out from the inside of Engleman Hall. The president played patient during an alumni event on campus. Award-winning investigative reporter Connie Chung joined Norton before delivering the 2009 commencement address. [LOWER ROW, FROM LEFT] Dr. Norton participated in the annual Day of Service. Members of the Southern community established the Cheryl J. Norton Endowed Scholarship in her honor.
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