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Spring 2010

A magazine for alumni & friends of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

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he cover shot of this magazine shows a moment of great pride and satisfaction. It reflects the happiness we all felt at the moment that the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education’s Chairman Charles Desmond announced the unanimous vote giving UMass Dartmouth authority to grant the law degree. History was made on February 2, 2010 for the citizens of Massachusetts and for the University of Massachusetts in creating an excellent and affordable public law school. Just before he called for the vote, Chairman Desmond, said, “We continue to believe in the future of public higher education. We believe in the families and children who attend public higher education institutions.” This vote was a vote of confidence in us and in them. The cover photo reflects a lot about the struggle to establish UMass Law. To the right is UMass President Jack Wilson, who has been a stalwart supporter of the law school. He and his staff, along with Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Manning (UMass Lowell alumnus) and Vice Chairman James Karam (UMass Dartmouth alumnus) supported a statewide effort to make UMass Law a reality. To the left is Fred Clark, who represents the Massachusetts State Colleges, whose nine presidents joined with the 15 presidents of the Massachusetts Community Colleges in support of our plan because they recognized that excellent and accessible higher education is a requirement to sustain a strong Commonwealth. So many people across the Commonwealth and the country helped us make a compelling case for this new initiative. Filling the room were 300 legislators, students, faculty, alumni, business leaders, and higher education staff and administrators. When the vote was announced, they erupted in cheers. Hugs and handshakes were all around, and even some tears of pride. It was a terrific celebration of aspiration and achievement that reminded us that UMass can and must shape its own destiny, even in the face of some private school opposition. Our alumni recognize that the University of Massachusetts is a great public University. Extending our programs to include preparation for the practice of law, with special emphasis on public service law, only enhances our mission. We are now moving ahead with enthusiasm to open the doors to our first law school class in the fall of 2010. Another chapter in UMass Dartmouth’s history is about to be written and everyone, including all our alumni, can join in the smiling!

Jean F. MacCormack, Chancellor

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Victorian Sunset, Westport

Stephen Meehan BFA ’98, MAE ’10 (paintings above) “The representation of the natural world in pigment is a wellorchestrated effort to understand and control space. In many ways, the landscape poses a major challenge to the two-dimensional artist. Working from the land roots my studio practice, connects me to my surroundings and has heightened my awareness. UMass Dartmouth has provided the essential studio experiences and critical theory my artistic practice is built upon.” — Stephen Meehan, www.stephen-meehan.com


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his issue of UMass Dartmouth focuses on the historic creation of UMass School of Law, and many other ground-breaking achievements of our evolving university, its students, and its faculty. We also include in this issue the report of the UMass Dartmouth Foundation, recognizing those whose generous support enables the university to build and sustain world class programs while keeping higher education opportunity within financial reach of students.

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We welcome letters from our readers, and encourage your feedback. You can email your comments to publicaffairs @umassd.edu or mail them to Public Affairs, Rm 331A, Foster Administration, 285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth ma 02747-2300.

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Feature stories UMass Law— History made. Opportunity created. Justice advanced.

Managing Editor

John T. Hoey ’00 (Boston) Assistant Chancellor/ Public Affairs

Assistant Chancellor/Advancement

Michael Eatough ’09

Foundation Annual Report

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Rachel Cocroft Green Frog #5 (2009)

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Alumni news

Contributing Writer

Natalie White

Class notes

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Author Jame Richards rises in the literary world

Alumni Class Notes

Nancy J. Tooley ’99

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On tour with Chris Alderman

Dragonfly on Blade of Grass #2 (2009)

Lindsay Nygaard BFA Art Ed ’05, BFA, Painting ’06 (paintings this page) “Many of my current paintings are focused on noticing and bringing attention to common occurrences that can be seen and experienced in nature. Unusual points of view and close-ups of smaller organisms are exposed to engage the viewer with these life-forms. In both my graduate and undergraduate experiences at UMass Dartmouth, I found that I was given the tools and support to become a successful and perceptive individual.” — Lindsay Nygaard, MFA in progress

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Cover: UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack and UMass System President Jack Wilson applaud unanimous February 2 vote of the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education establishing the UMass School of Law - Dartmouth.

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Dartmouth campus mobilizes for Haiti with a candlelight vigil and celebrations of Haitian culture

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n an outpouring of concern and caring, UMass Dartmouth faculty, students and friends gathered for a week of events in January to raise money for the relief effort in Haiti and to support UMass Dartmouth Haitian students touched by the devastating earthquake. The campus mobilization included a candlelight vigil at the Campus Center patio, sponsored by the Black Student Union and Haitian-American Student Association, as well as a celebration of Haitian culture and resolve in the main auditorium titled “L’inyon Fe la Fos,” or Unity Makes Strength, which was broadcast across campus on WUMD (89.3FM) radio and channel 77. Coordinated by the Office of Student Affairs, the week also featured a Haitian food luncheon, a Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast and Welcome Back events for students returning from Haiti. UMass

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Miriam Jeannis and Kenji Francois (left) address the campus community at the L’inyon Fe la Fos celebration.


New s of N ote “Every year, members of the university community are serving as mentors and tutors for young people, providing health care to seniors, assisting non-profit organizations with their business plans, operating food pantries, and engaging in many other efforts that build the social capital of the Commonwealth.” Assistant Provost and Director of the Center for Civic Engagement Matthew Roy said UMass students from this campus have enthusiastically embraced the culture of service. “The President’s Honor Roll is the result of a culture of service which has inspired the entire UMass Dartmouth campus,” said Roy. “Our students understand that they should use their gifts to benefit the community.”

general scientific society and is publisher of the journal Science. Recognized for his work in “biogeochemistry and organic geochemistry of the oceans and for leadership in graduate education in oceanography,” Dr. Farrington, a UMass Dartmouth alumnus, joined SMAST last year following a distinguished and lengthy career at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. Dr. Farrington earned his bachelor’s, ‘66, and master’s in chemistry, ’68, from UMass Dartmouth before completing

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Kwame Sarkodia (top) and Kerri-Ann Virgo, ’10 (above) add their voices.

Campus earns spot on National Community Service Honor Roll for second year For the second year in a row, UMass Dartmouth earned a spot on the 2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal

For his service to the Commonwealth, Center for Civic Engagement Director Matthew Roy recently received the 2009 President’s Public Service Award from University of Massachusetts President Jack M. Wilson. “The recipients of this award carry on a tradition of service that dates back to our University’s earliest days. Service to the Commonwealth and its communities has always been a central part of our mission,” said President Wilson. Calling Dr. Roy “a driving force among the faculty to instill an ethic of public service into our campus life and curriculum,” UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack said Dr. Roy is leading the charge to create a service learning experience for every student by 2012.

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recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement. “We are so proud of our students, faculty and staff who every day demonstrate an exemplary commitment to the community,” UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack said.

Demonstrating respect for his work in the marine sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science elected Dr. John Farrington, dean of UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science and Technology, as one of its fellows. Dr. Farrington and other newly named fellows were honored in February at the Fellows Forum at the association’s annual meeting in San Diego. Founded in 1848, the AAAS is the world’s largest

his doctorate at the Graduate School of Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island. He has published more than 100 scientific papers in topics ranging from polychlorinated biphenyls to the biochemistry of marine organisms.

Corsairs make the grades in academics and athletics In a record-setting spree over the last year, the Corsairs dominated the courts and fields as well as the classroom. In a year when four UMass Dartmouth athletic teams reached Division III NCAA national tournaments, the Corsair student-athletes also climbed academic heights. In the 2009 fall semester, UMass Dartmouth named the most studentathletes ever to the Dean’s List honoring those who earned a 3.2 grade point average or better. The school also welcomed a noteworthy number to the Chancellor’s List of those who earned a 3.8 grade point average or higher. Of the almost 500 student-athletes

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playing varsity sports during the fall 2009 semester, 184 received academic honors, topping by 23 the earlier record set the previous spring semester. Thirtythree were named to the Chancellor’s list, tying for second the most studentathletes to make that list in the last ten years. The 151 named to the Dean’s list also kept going a winning streak, marking the seventeenth consecutive semester that more than 100 student-athletes earned spots on the Dean’s list. “As a staff we are all very proud of the accomplishments our student-athletes continue to achieve in the uniform and in the classroom,” said UMass Dartmouth Athletic Director Ian Day. Athletically in 2009, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams played in their first Division III NCAA Tournaments following Little East Conference (LEC) Championships; the men’s basketball team capped a tremendous season with an LEC Tournament championship and

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Go Corsairs! The captains of 2009-2010 UMass Dartmouth athletic teams recently gathered for this photo. Corsair teams set a new record for academic achievement this year.

advanced to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament; and the field hockey team earned its first LEC Tournament title and made its debut in the NCAA Tournament.

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A cultural ambassador, a prolific New York playwright, and an ”economic hit man“ address the campus community Rui Chancerelle de Machete, soonto-retire president of the Luso-American Foundation of Lisbon, recently shared his insights with the UMass Dartmouth community during a lecture, “Transatlantic Challenges in an Age of Global Transformations: Portugal-US Relations.” Awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters by UMass Dartmouth in 1997, Machete has led the foundation since 1988. A key supporter of Portuguese Studies at UMass Dartmouth, he helped establish the Summer Program in Portuguese, the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, the Department of Portuguese, the Hélio and Amélia Pedroso /Luso-American Foundation Endowed Chair in Portuguese Studies, the M.A. and Ph.D. Programs in Portuguese, and the Ferreira-Mendes PortugueseAmerican Archives. A former professor of constitutional and administrative law at the Portuguese Catholic University and at the University

of Lisbon, he was also a member of the Portuguese Parliament. In his career and under several different administrations, Machete has held many posts including deputy prime minister, minister of defense and minister of justice. New York playwright Adam Szymkowicz returned to UMass Dartmouth to discuss his growing collection of works. A UMass Dartmouth alumnus, ’99, he majored in Drama-Film Studies in Writing and Communications and was a Commonwealth Scholar. After leaving the SouthCoast, Szymkowicz received a playwright’s diploma from the Julliard School in New York and a Master’s in Fine Arts from Columbia University in New York. Szymkowicz has several published plays to his credit, including Pretty Theft, Nerve, Food for Fish, Deflowering Waldo, Hearts like Fists, Herbie, Poet of the Wild West, Incendiary, Elsewhere, and Fat Cat


New s of N ote on the verge of being restored to its full 10,000 watts of power as UMass Dartmouth Magazine was going to press. The campus station, which features an eclectic mix of music and public affairs programming at 89.3 FM, was damaged in 2008 by flooding caused by severe thunderstorms. The WUMD team has recently been developing a new soon-tobe-announced schedule and new opportunities for two dozen students to learn about the radio industry. “The staff and students are really excited to be back up to full power,” said Station Manager Jennifer MulcareSullivan, ’94. “We have a great group of students and community volunteers prepared to deliver quality alternative programming to the region — a collection of music and ideas that really can’t be found anywhere else.“ Listen now at www.893wumd.org.

MLK breakfast honors those who seek to help others Calling for citizens to become “drum majors for justice,” Martin Luther King Jr. asked during a 1968 speech for individuals to work for the good of the community. Curtis D. Dias, senior pastor of Calvary Pentecostal Church in East Freetown, and People Acting in Community Service Endeavors, have answered that call many times over. Among those honored in January at the annual UMass Dartmouth MLK Breakfast and Drum Major Awards, Dias has served the community for years, ministering to people in all walks including those in schools, in prisons, and in homeless shelters, in hospitals and rescue missions. “As Dr. King demonstrated, a truly meaningful life involves service to others who seek opportunities to change their lives for the better. This year’s honor-

ees reflect that message,” said Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack. Award-winning WBZ television journalist Liz Walker was the keynote speaker. Walker is now a documentary film producer, an entrepreneur and a humanitarian working in the war-torn country of Sudan, where she has started the grassroots group My Sister’s Keeper to advocate for women. A 2005 graduate of Harvard Divinity School and an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, she has combined her communication skills with her passion for serving the global community.

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Killers. The New York Times described his most recent play Food for Fish as “fabulous” and his last play Nerve as “sweet, sexy, neurotic-friendly.” John Perkins, is the New York Times bestselling author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man. An economist, philanthropist and controversial author, Perkins visited campus to promote his latest book Hoodwinked: An Economic Hit Man Reveals Why the World Financial Markets Imploded and What We Need to Do To Remake Them. A self-described “economic hit man,”

Perkins said he worked for years in international finance during which time he said he helped Third World Countries to take on outsized debt for large public works projects. He said the process enriched U.S. corporations and crippled the economies of struggling nations, putting them in heavy debt and essentially turning them into client states of the United States. Hoodwinked delves into the corruption of the global economy and outlines Perkins’ blueprint on ways to remedy the situation to build a more sustainable and peaceful world.

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Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Kristin Spooner

UMass Law History made. Opportunity By Natalie White DARTMOUTH— Kristin Spooner (above) knew what she wanted: to stay local, become a lawyer and make a difference. Without drowning in debt. A graduate of both UMass Dartmouth, ’06, and Southern New England School of Law, ’08, the Westport native was able to do just that. Spooner, now an assistant district attorney in the Bristol UMass

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County District Attorney’s Office, sees her aspirations made possible for others with the establishment of the UMass School of Law – Dartmouth and the donation of Southern New England’s $23 million in assets to launch the venture. “I don’t think I would change a thing. Even if I had a full scholarship to another law school in another state or even in the state, I wouldn’t change the path that I took,” Spooner said. “I think having a public law school is a great thing for UMass, for the region and for the students.” Hired just months after graduation from law school, Spooner now serves as a prosecutor in the appellate division at only 23 years of age, working on a wide range of criminal cases from domestic violence, drugs and assault and battery to murder, to possession of firearms and child abuse. She said she knew from


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Governor Deval Patrick, a strong supporter of UMass Law, joined a recent celebration at the school.

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Southern New England School of Law Dean Robert Ward and Margaret Xifaras ’78, chair of Southern New England School of Law’s Board of Trustees, celebrate the creation of the UMass School of Law–Dartmouth.

an early age that she wanted to practice law, and she wanted to stay close to family and the SouthCoast. Concerned that she not take on too much debt, Spooner also said that the law school offered some of the most competitive tuition rates in the region. As a student, Spooner was struck by the extraordinary cooperation between Southern New England and UMass Dartmouth, and now, with the creation of UMass Law, students will be in even better position to achieve their goals. UMass Law will concentrate its curriculum on civil and human rights; economic justice; community-based law; and legal support for business development and innovation, said UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack. It is a perfect fit for UMass Dartmouth, whose strategic plan is entitled “Engaged, Embedded, Evolving,” and which recently earned Carnegie Foundation classification as a civic engagement university and was named to the President’s Honor Roll for Community Service in Higher Education. UMass Law became a reality on February 2 when the Board of Higher Education took an historic vote granting UMass Dartmouth authority to offer the law degree. The unanimous vote came five years after the same Board (with different members) opposed creation of a public law school. This time, UMass Dartmouth successfully championed this latest chapter in the evolution of public higher education in Massachusetts. The mission: to create a high quality and accessible law school in Massachusetts that prepares its students to be outstanding attorneys inculcated with a public service ethic.

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Chancellor MacCormack, with the support of UMass system President Jack Wilson, key UMass trustees such as UMass Dartmouth alum James Karam, the SouthCoast civic and business community, public higher education leaders from across the Commonwealth and nation, and members of the Massachusetts legal community concerned about access to the judicial system, was able to secure support for the plan this time around. “Massachusetts deserves a public law school. This is great for the UMass system, for UMass Dartmouth, for the Commonwealth and for the SouthCoast region,” MacCormack said. “For the first time, Massachusetts citizens will have an affordable, quality, public choice for a law school.” UMass made a compelling case to build higher educational opportunity to Governor Deval Patrick, Secretary of Education Paul Reville and Commissioner of Higher Education Richard Freeland who favored the concept of a public law school but demanded data-driven assurances of the financial and academic viability of the plan. In March, Governor Patrick joined Southern New England School of Law and SouthCoast leaders at the law school to celebrate —a meeting that SouthCoast Today called “A Victory Dance for UMD Law.” “The UMass law school is about opportunity,” said Governor Patrick, who took time from his visit to meet with 11 law school students. They told him about the family-like supportive atmosphere of the law school. “Now,” the governor said, “students can get high quality legal training at a UMass price. What a great


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thing for the SouthCoast and the whole Commonwealth.” a great sense of UMass pride when the Medical School’s Dr. The governor’s visit came about a month after the state Craig Mello won the Nobel Prize in 2006. “This alum told me Board of Higher Education voted unanimously to approve he would be just as proud when a UMass Law graduate one day UMass Dartmouth’s petition to offer the law degree. The vote, argues a case before the Supreme Court,” MacCormack said. which followed UMass Board of Trustees approval of the plan, “All of UMass will be proud that day.” was met with applause, cheering, and hugs by the 300 public By the time the issue came up for the vote at the Board of higher education students, alumni, faculty and administrators Higher Education, the dialogue had expanded to consider the in attendance. The vote made Massachusetts the 45th state in rightful place of public higher education in Massachusetts. the nation to offer a public law degree. Almost immediately, “At the height of the Civil War people of Massachusetts applications began to pour in. made a decision about the education for the people of the For MacCormack, the fundamental goal of the effort was Commonwealth,’’ said BHE Chairman Charles Desmond, for UMass to once again break down barriers to educational harkening back to the 1863 establishment of the University opportunity just as it did in 1863 when her alma mater, UMass of Massachusetts just before calling for the historic vote. Amherst was established and just as it did when the UMass “That decision continues to drive all of us who are continuing Medical School was founded in 1962. to be involved in public higher education,’’ said Desmond, a “Growing up like I did in Dorchester, former associate chancellor at UMass I was told I could be a teacher or nurse, Boston and executive of a foundation not a doctor or lawyer,’’ she said. dedicated to expanding educational “The UMass law school “Young people, especially in our region opportunity for urban youth. “We of the state, need to hear the message continue to believe in the future of is about opportunity. Now, that they can be whatever they want to public higher education. We believe in be if they work hard and play by rules. the families and children who attend students can get high quality That is what this effort is all about— public higher education institutions… removing geographical and financial We all pledge our sacred honor and our legal training at a UMass barriers to aspiration.’’ resources to do everything we can to price. What a great thing “This was a team effort,’’ President advance this institution.’’ Wilson said after the vote, noting that One after another, BHE members for the SouthCoast and the the first proposal to establish a UMass praised the proposal, highlighting the law school was brought forth 50 years fact that the $23 million donation by whole Commonwealth.” ago and students have been increasSouthern New England would be among ingly passionate supporters of the idea. —Governor Deval Patrick the largest donations in the history of “It’s a great day for Massachusetts… UMass — second only to a donation to I could be sitting at a restaurant or create a major research facility at the walking down the street and students Medical School. Supporters brushed off would come up to me and talk about the need for a public law arguments that the school would cost the state money, pointing school in Massachusetts. Now I can say we have one.’’ out that the law school would actually return money to state Elated by the BHE’s backing of the innovative collaboration, coffers, beginning in its first year of operation. Chancellor MacCormack said forming UMass Law not only “To me, this is not a close call or a tough call,” said remedies an education gap in the state university system, but Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville, a UMass rights the wrongs of 2005 when supporters felt the proposal was trustee and member of the Board of Higher Education. “I am shot down without fair consideration after a bruising high-profile confident that in due course —and sooner than many of us fight highlighted by opposition from some private law schools. think— we will be as proud of our law school as we are today MacCormack said she knew supporters put forward a strong of our medical school in Worcester.” case to the BHE this time around, but she still waited nervously Speaker after speaker returned to a theme sounded by supfor the final verdict on February 2. “I was thrilled that it was a porters throughout the law school battle: Students who dream unanimous vote,” she said. “I was thinking, at last, we got a of becoming lawyers are now priced out of the expensive private fair hearing.” schools, and the best answer is to create a lower cost, but high MacCormack said UMass Law will follow in the footsteps quality, public alternative. of UMass Medical School, which is now ranked as one of the “This comes down to really quite a simple question and that top medical schools in the nation. She said that alumni from question is this: Is it in the long-term best interest of the state for throughout the UMass system, including a large number of lawthis state to support an affordable public law school that will make yers and those working in other aspects of the legal profession, a legal education available to our citizens and our young people have contacted the university to voice their support and pride in at an affordable price?” Massachusetts Education Commissioner the new public law school option. Richard M. Freeland asked. Freeland answered his own question She said one UMass Amherst alumnus noted that he felt in the affirmative, saying that graduates of UMass Law will be

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more likely to pursue law work in the public interest. The February approval came after months of sometimes caustic debate as some private schools, fearful of competition from a public alternative, organized a negative media campaign designed to crush the proposal. Five years ago, the opposition campaign prevailed, but not this time. Immediately after the 2005 debacle, Southern New England School of Law students sued the Commonwealth, claiming the proposal did not receive a fair review. The suit resulted in an agreement with the BHE (under new leadership) and the students that the approval process would be transparent. Under the agreement, the students were allowed to appoint a monitor (the highly respected retired judge Christopher Armstrong) to assure transparency. “In 2005, the opponents kicked and screamed and threw mud,” said Margaret D. Xifaras, chair of Southern New England School of Law’s Board of Trustees. “They went after the school, the region and the students. There was misinformation and disinformation, and students were furious.” “We still had to prove the merits of our case, and we still had to answer the hard questions,” MacCormack said. “But this time we got a fair hearing, which is all we ever asked for and all we ever needed.” Supporters said the proposal always had merit, but this time law school supporters made sure those merits could not be ignored. They put forth their case to the public, boldly taking their argument to meetings of opinion leaders, policy-makers, and media outlets in an aggressive and strategic campaign. They argued forcefully that UMass, rather than private institutions, should be able to determine its own academic ambition, and they forcefully responded to the critics. “This time we were ready,” said Xifaras. “We were able to turn the tables.” Public law school supporters showed that the law school donation came with a solid student base and invited media to talk to students and take tours of the school. Showcased this time was a state-of-the art campus, sound finances and significant assets, along with a business plan demonstrating that taxpayers would not be asked to finance the school. In fact, UMass proved to the naysayers that over the last decade, UMass Dartmouth has innovatively built several major graduate programs (marine science, nursing, engineering, education, etc.) even as state support has decreased. Although critics claim the state is saturated with lawyers, Law School Dean Robert Ward pointed out that there is a shortage of public interest lawyers, and many Massachusetts residents seeking representation on important issues such as housing, child custody, and legal immigration are turned away because there simply are not enough attorneys willing or able to serve the disenfranchised. And Chancellor MacCormack argued that the real question is not whether there are too many lawyers, but whether the doors of law schools are too often closed to people of modest means. The school will charge $23,500 a year for tuition for in-state students, significantly less than most private law schools


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which range from $10,000 to $20,000 higher; and similar to the to connect with the law school for continued learning as well Medical School, will offer 50 percent scholarships for students as to participate in shaping the state’s first public law school. To who commit to practicing in public interest-related law for four alumni of Southern New England School of Law, MacCormack years after graduation. reminded them that they are “part of the family now.” By the end of March, UMass Law had received 220 applicaUMass Dartmouth senior Matthew Hoyt, a student member tions for the 2010 school year, compared to 201 applications to of the UMass Board of Trustees, summed up the feeling of the Southern New England School of Law all of last year. The the UMass community. “This is truly a great thing,” he said. school launched its new web site on March 26 and was prepar- “UMass is stepping up.” ing a major direct marketing effort for April and May. Hoyt, who will graduate next year with a double major in UMass Law plans to enroll 278 students in the first year, a Mechanical Engineering and Business Management, worked as bit higher than its enrollment this year. Enrollment will grow a liaison between the administration and students on the law slightly each year, reaching 559 students in fall 2017. school issue. He closely followed the controversy over the last Southern New England year, and admired the way School of Law will graduate MacCormack and others its last class this spring. steadfastly and respectfully “We still had to prove the merits of our Current students in good made the case for the public standing will be invited to law school. case, and we still had to answer the hard transfer to UMass Law. Bridgewater State College Irene Scharf, dean of cliniPresident Dana Mohler-Faria, questions, but this time we got a fair cal programs at the law school, a veteran of Massachusetts hearing, which is all we ever asked for said UMass Dartmouth and public higher education, Southern New England School whose campus hosted the and all we ever needed.” of Law have forged an excelmeeting, recognized the hislent working relationship over toric context of the vote. —Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack the past several years, work“This is one of the most ing together on several fronts amazing events to ever be including an accelerated prohosted on this campus and gram for students to earn dual degrees from the two institutions. one of the most amazing events to ever happen in southeastern It makes sense, she said, that Southern New England’s donation Massachusetts,” he said minutes after the vote. “This will bring is now creating, “The People’s Law School.” education in the region to a whole new level.’’ Following the trail blazed by Spooner and others, Elizabeth “UMass Law is off to a great start with nearly 600 inquiries Hartley is working on dual degrees. She is seeking an MBA and a record-setting number of applications from potential law from UMass Dartmouth and her law degree from the School school students who are seeking a high-quality and affordable of Law. She said other schools put up roadblocks to her getting legal education,” MacCormack said. “We are opening the doors a similar dual degree, but UMass and Southern New England of educational, professional and civic engagement opportunity for have worked to make it possible for her. “I can’t say enough people who have never had this choice. I know that the students, about it,” she said. “They’re encouraging and make it all manfaculty and staff will make us all proud in the years to come.” ageable to do in a six-year cycle.” Ward, Scharf and MacCormack urged UMass alumni to Natalie White is a freelance writer living in Rochester, and a former reporter for the Standard-Times of New Bedford. consider law school, and for those in the legal profession already,

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Dear Alumni, Parents and Friends, On behalf of Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, I want to thank you for your support. In this, an “expanded” version of the UMass Dartmouth Foundation’s annual report, we recognize the donors who have supported our efforts for the last year and a half. Through this support, the university has further stimulated the intellectual growth of students; advanced important research and scholarship; and served as the educational beacon in the SouthCoast community. While the economy has proved challenging over the past two years, UMass Dartmouth can point to newsworthy stories for which to celebrate. Of particular note is that in the worst economic climate in years, our supporters contributed nearly $7.4 million to the UMass Dartmouth Foundation, making it the most successful year of fundraising in the University’s history. Among the many highlights was an anonymous $3 million gift for scholarships, and a $210,000 award to support innovative classroom technologies that will improve both teaching and learning. On the challenging side, our funding from the state continues to decline. This trend reminds us that we at UMass Dartmouth must ultimately focus on our core competencies and invest in our main mission— to distinguish ourselves as a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching and innovative research, and acting as an intellectual catalyst for regional and global economic, social and cultural development. Through strategic partnerships and cutting-edge programs, UMass Dartmouth will adapt to changes and continue to implement a strategy for long-term success. For example, this Fall we look forward to welcoming the first class of students to the new UMass School of Law, a resource that will expand bright minds and contribute to the community well into the future. Thank you again for investing in the future of students and allowing UMass Dartmouth to transform lives through education. Your support makes an extraordinary difference in the lives of young scholars.

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Michael Eatough Assistant Chancellor of Advancement Executive Director, UMass Dartmouth Foundation

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The following list includes donors to the Annual Campaign alphabetically according to their giving levels for donations received between July 1, 2008 and December 31, 2009. A special thank you to those of you who have joined the Chancellor’s Circle by contributing $1,000 or more in a single year.. Distinguished Benefactor

$1,000,000 or More

Anonymous Major Benefactor

$500,000 – $999,999

The 3R’s Foundation Anonymous Benefactor

$100,000 – $499,999

Mr. Anthony F. Andrade ‘04 Anonymous BVM Foundation Mr. Earle P. Charlton II ‘96 Ida S. Charlton Charity Fund Mr. Charles J. Hoff Luso-American Development Foundation Mr. Robert F. Stoico The Robert F. Stoico FirstFed Charitable Foundation Sister Madeleine Tacy, OP Lillian Tacy Revocable Trust of 2004 The Charles Irwin Travelli Fund The Uberoi Foundation for Religious Studies Distinguished Patron

$50,000 – $99,999

Mr. Hershel Alpert Anonymous Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation, Inc. Ms. Otilia S. Ferreira ‘87 Greater Lowell Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Sousa, Jr. ‘00

Chancellor Professor Chi-Hau Chen Citizens-Union Savings Bank Comcast Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts Consulate of Portugal Mr. Scott W. Costa ‘78 Jessie B. Cox Charitable Trust Mrs. Jo Deck Drs. Louis and Frances Esposito Mrs. Maria D. Furman ‘76 Infinity Foundation Island Foundation, Inc. Karam Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Karam ‘67, ‘91 Mr. Sashi Kejriwal Dr. Thomas Lawton ‘53 Lockheed Martin, Inc. Dr. Jean F. MacCormack Merz Pharmaceuticals GmbH Millennium bcpbank Dean Eileen Peacock Pepsi Bottling Group Children of Mr. and Mrs. Marianno Rezendes, Sr. Ms. Koreen A. Santos Mr. Liberal D. Silva Sodexho, Inc. The Sousa Family St. Anne’s Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. Frank Teixeira Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Xavier ‘72 Xerox Corporation Gold Mentor

Major Patron

$25,000 – $49,999

Anonymous Alice S. Ayling Scholarship Foundation Joseph Baptista Trust Colonial Wholesale Beverage Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Downey Professor Edward J. FitzPatrick, Jr. The Jarabek Family Mr. Pandit Ramsamooj Star Holdings Limited Partnership Ms. Maureen Sylvia Armstrong & Ms. Beth Sylvia Caldwell Don Watson Memorial Golf Tournament Patron Mr. Braham R. Aggarwal Puran Devi Aggarwal Family Foundation Anonymous BankFive Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Bogan ‘59, ‘04

$10,000 – $24,999

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$5,000–$9,999

Acushnet Company Anonymous B.B. Tech, Inc. Community Foundation of S.E. Mass – Fall River Urban Waterfront Revitalization Fund Dr. Peter H. Cressy Dominican Sisters of Hope F.C. Construction Joseph W. Houth Charitable Trust Instituto Camoes Ipsen Biopharm Limited Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Inc. LMP Realty Trust Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Mauretti ‘65 Mr. Luis M. Pedroso ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Ross Mr. Kevin C. Santos ‘81 The Textile Club c/o National Textile Association Vanderbilt University

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Blue Mentor $1,000 – $4,999 AFFS, Inc. Mr. Michael S. Aizenstadt ‘79 Dr. Cynthia M. Alves ‘84 Attorney Alan A. Amaral ‘69 Anonymous Mr. John R. Arrington ‘73 Mr. John I. Babbitt, Jr. Babbitt Steam Specialty Company Baldwin Brothers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baldwin Bank of America Bank of Fall River Borden & Remington Corporation Bristol County Savings Bank Mr. Ralph A. Brown Peter and Tia Bullard Mr. Brian C. Burgoyne ‘75 Mr. Louis A. Cabral Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73, ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Jose Castelo Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Chin Chancellor Professor John A. Chopoorian Chancellor Professor and Mrs. Lester W. Cory ‘63 Countrywide Realty, LLC Crowell Beach Associates, Inc. Colonel Ronald J. Cruz, USMC (Ret.) ‘69 Mr. Thomas G. Davis Mr. Kenneth DeCosta ‘77 Mrs. Mary Ellen A. DeFrias ‘94 Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, Inc. Mr. Michael P. Duarte ‘80 Mrs. Ellen Dubreuil Attorney Roger J. Dugal ‘70 Eagle Holt Co., Inc. Eastern Fisheries, Inc. Mr. Michael J. Eatough ‘09 and Mrs. Bridget A. Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enoksen Espirito Santo Bank Fall River Ford, Inc. Fall River United Jewish Appeal, Inc. Mr. Joseph H. Feitelberg ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Felix First Bristol Corporation Foliot, Inc. Ms. Marie-Eve Foliot Ms. Catherine A. Fortier-Barnes Mr. John A. Freeman ‘58 Friends of UMD SouthCoast Compeer Ms. Christine Frizzell Mr. John H. Gallant Professor Geraldine Gamburd Kenneth T. and Mildred S. Gammons Charitable Foundation, Inc. UMass

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Mr. Fernando J. Garcia ‘69 Dr. Anthony J. Garro Global Glass of New England, Inc. Dr. Ronald B. Goodspeed ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Graham ‘78, ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Grantham Dr. Qiushuang Guo ‘97 and Ms. Congfeng Yang ‘98 Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Green Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hathaway Mr. John G. Hawes ‘66 Ms. Lei He ‘93 Dr. and Mrs. Brian T. Helgeland ‘83, ‘05 Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson IKON Office Solutions International Council for Canadian Studies International Precious Metals Institute Professor Raymond Jackson Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Mr. James J. Karam ‘71, ‘01 Mr. Chester J. Kawa, Jr. ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. William T. Kennedy ‘03 KPMG Community Giving Mr. Robert William Lamm Mr. Hans Laufer Reverend Dr. Robert P. Lawrence ‘07 Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ‘89 Mr. Robert F. Leduc ‘78 Mr. Wah Hoo Leung ‘89 Mr. Paul A. Lovett, Jr. ‘78 Dr. Amine B. Maalouf The MacLean Charitable Foundation The Honorable and Mrs. William Q. MacLean, Jr. ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Maguire ‘70, ‘74 Mr. Christopher Makepeace Attorney Robert J. Marchand ‘66 Ms. Elizabeth A. Martin ‘78 The Honorable Joan M. Menard Dr. David Milstone Ms. Louise B. Mitchell ‘81 Committee to Elect Mark C. Montigny Neto Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Manuel F. Neto New England Construction Company, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oliveira ‘70 Dr. Elisabeth A. Pennington PREIT Services, LLC Process Sensors Purchase Street Ventures, LLC Mr. Donald H. Ramsbottom

Mr. David J. Raposa Regional Government of the Azores Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Reynolds ‘82 Ross Webb Fund AnJel Advised Fund of RSF Social Finance Mr. John T. Saunders Committee to Elect John T. Saunders Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals Mr. David A. Sluter ‘75 Mr. Robert Soares Soares Sanitation Pumping, Inc. Southern New England School of Law, Inc. Sperian Protection USA, Inc. The Standard-Times Lt. Col. Audrey Stebenne, USAF (Ret.) ‘70 Suffolk Construction Co., Inc. SunTrust Mid Atlantic Sylvia & Company Insurance Agency, Inc. ThermoFisher Scientific Truesdale Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc. UMass Dartmouth Library Associates UMass Dartmouth Professional and Continuing Education Mr. Carlton M. Viveiros ‘82 W.B. Mason Co., Inc. Mr. Fredric T. Walder ‘79 Chancellor Professor Emeritus Richard J. Ward Mr. Sidney J. Weinberg, Jr. The Sidney J. Weinberg, Jr. Foundation Drs. John and Sharon Weiner Mr. and Mrs. William N. Whelan ‘09 Ms. Patricia A. White ‘77 Mrs. Daphne Whitman Ms. Marjorie Williams Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wilner Donald G. Wood ‘60, ‘70 and Sandra D. Wood Mr. Wo-Tak Wu ‘84 Margaret D. Xifaras, Esq. Clement Yaeger Trust Fund Mentor

$500–$999

ABC Disposal Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ades ‘96 Alan and Ruth Ades Charitable Trust Mr. Michael A. Ahearn Mr. Brian Alves ‘85 Mr. William Anderson Anonymous Mr. Orville G. Bailey ‘87 Mrs. Carol A. Bardwell ‘76

Barnes Group Foundation, Inc. Mr. Ted Barrows Mr. Paul A. Bessette ‘85 Bobcat of Cape Cod, Inc. Boucher & Heureux, Inc. Mr. Donald J. Brody ‘71 Professor Wendell S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. James F. Buckley ‘81 Bufftree Building Company Mr. John N. Cabral ‘94 Mr. Stephen M. Camara ‘77 Mr. James L. Canavan, Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Chace ‘81, ‘88 Citigroup Trust Mrs. Barbara A. Compton Cormier Painting Ms. Carolyn J. DeMoranville Mr. Fernando B. DeOliveira ‘98 Professor Nancy M. Dluhy Ms. Cheryl J. Emmett Factory Mutual Engineering & Research Service Bureau Mr. Terry R. Farias ‘68 Dr. John W. Farrington ‘66 Robert B. Feingold & Associates, P.C. Fidelity Investments Fire Protection Services FM Global Foundation Footpath, Inc. Friends of SIFE Friends of UMD Athletics Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Galvin Garcia, Galuska & DeSousa Consulting Engineers Mr. Tom Gidwitz and Dr. Gail Davidson Mrs. Jamie Giusto Dr. James A. Golen ‘65 Mrs. Denise Golinski Mrs. Kathy L. Grandmaison ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jeremy Grantham Mr. John C. Gregson ‘68 Mr. John E. Grenier, Jr. ‘74 Mr. Henry A. Guay ‘65 Ms. Barbara B. Hanley Mr. Alan J. Heureux Mr. and Mrs. Norman G. Hildreth, Jr. ‘85 Mr. Jonathan E. Hird Mr. John T. Hoey Dr. William Hogan ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Howland Invensys Systems, Inc. Mr. Michael Johnson ‘92 Mr. James F. Kelley Chancellor Professor Gerard M. Koot


Mr. Frederic J. Lamoureux ‘51 Professor Richard J. Larschan Mr. Robert W. Lavoie ‘61 Ms. Dina A. Lindquist ‘79 Ms. Brenda C. Livingston ‘96 Ms. Jane Loos Macx, Inc. Mr. Timothy W. Mahoney Mr. Bharat Manglani ‘90 Law Office of Robert J. Marchand Mr. Robert W. Marshall Mr. Carmine A. Martignetti Mr. Abel R. Massa ‘78 MassMutual Financial Group Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. McDonald ‘55 Mr. Duncan M. McFarland Brian and Cindy McGreevy ‘79, ‘78 Menra Mills Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski Mr. John D. Moore ‘96 and Mrs. Elizabeth Isherwood-Moore ‘80 Mr. Robert N. Mullen ‘82 Mr. John M. Murphy ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent John Murphy ‘93, ‘77 Mr. Michael J. O’Leary Drs. Richard and Carolyn Panofsky Dean Robert E. Peck Mr. and Mrs. John S. Penney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Petitti ‘71, ‘79 Ms. Charlene Picard Mr. Donald H. Plant ‘61 Mr. James R. Pratt, Jr. ‘89 Precix, Inc. Procter & Gamble Company Mr. David Rapoza ‘60 Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Raytheon Company Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Rezendes ‘84, ‘93 Mr. Milton Rhodes ‘41 Ms. Jeannette E. Riley Ms. June Roche ‘60, ‘77 Rockland Trust Drs. Francine and Matthew Roy ‘89 Dr. and Mrs. Jon A. Ruel ‘98 Ms. Barbara H. Sage Ms. Carol D. Santos Dr. and Mrs. George P. Santos Mr. Joaquim Santos ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Schlezinger Shin-Etsu Silicones of America Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Smith ‘80 Dr. Sharon A. Sousa SouthCoast Health System

Southeastern Mass Home Health Aides, Inc. Ms. Marie E. Sullivan ‘76 Sunrise League Mr. Karl Svendsen ‘63 Swansea Mall Ms. Kathleen M. Torrens Tremblay’s Bus Company, LLC The Honorable Robert Twiss UMass Faculty Federation, Local 1895, AFT, AFL-CIO United Technologies Corporation United Way Verizon Mr. H. St. John Webb III Mr. Henley R. Webb Ms. Sarah C. Webb Mr. William Weld Mrs. Judith G. White Mr. Jeffrey A. Wolfman Mr. David F. Wood ‘72 Dr. Donald L. Zekan Mr. William M. Zolga Campanile Society $250 – $499 A. D. Makepeace Company Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Christopher S. Adey ‘90 Alphagraphics #183 Mr. Joel B. Alvord Mr. and Mrs. David Ames, Jr. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Arnold Mr. Kenneth J. Barber ‘78 Mr. Rutgers Barclay Ms. Maria Barlow Mr. David A. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Barry Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bascom Ms. Joanna M. Bennett Dr. Gail L. Berman-Martin Dr. James J. Bisagni Blair Agency, Inc. Mr. Ralph A. Boardman ‘63 Mr. William J. Boles, Jr. ‘74 Ms. Jane K. Booth ‘65 Ms. Marietta E. Booth ‘73 Dr. John Buck Mr. and Mrs. John K. Bullard ‘91, ‘94 Attorney Peter C. Bullard Dr. Richard T. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Burnes Mrs. Mary E. Canning ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Carpenter Mr. Robert N. Carroll ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Carroll Mr. L. Dean Cassell

within reach.

Jose S. Castelo Real Estate, Inc. Century Food Service, Inc. CEO Resources, Inc. Mr. Jianrong Chen ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. Coleman Colonial South Chevrolet Core Business Technologies Mr. Antone Correia ‘67 and Mrs. M. Eileen Hannon Correia ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cronin Mrs. Victoria R. Cunningham Mr. Frederick L. Dabney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. D’Ambrosio Dan’s Steam Cleaning & Restoration Company Mr. Patrick A. Davis ‘80 Mr. Daniel J. DeAmaral ‘86 Ms. Patricia A. Dean Ms. Suzanne T. Donovan ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. David Driscoll Mr. Gary J. Eagan Mr. Robert F. Edwards ‘82 Exxon Education Foundation Mr. Xiaolong Fang ‘96 Dr. and Mrs. David Fentress Mrs. Joyce B. Finkenstadt ‘60 Mr. Adam R. Fleckles ‘06 Mr. James C. Freeman ‘87 Mrs. Kathleen B. Friar ‘78 Mr. Charles Funches ‘76 Mr. Donald A. Gagnon ‘81 Mr. Stephen F. Gardiner ‘74 Mr. Edwin B. Gentle III ‘94 Mrs. Susan E. Gibson ‘76 Mr. Benjamin A. Gilmore ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Jose C. Gonsalves ‘69 Mr. Jeffrey E. Gould ‘79 Mrs. Linda R. Gouveia ‘77 Ms. Cecily A. Grable Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. Grace Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Grantham Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Green Jeffrey R. Green Associates Mr. Brian F. Gregory ‘80 Chancellor Professor James T. Griffith ‘70 and Dr. Susan J. Leclair ‘77 Hart Design, LLC Ms. Kathleen E. Hawkins ‘71 Dr. Alan W. Hirshfeld Mrs. Johanna S. Hood Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Howland Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Inches Ironmonger Ms. Donna A. Jeffers

Mr. Ruoming Jia ‘92 and Ms. Zhong Wu ‘92 Barbara and Sidney Kaplan Ms. Michelle A. Keith Kevin’s Auto Parts, Inc. Vice Chancellor Jean Kim Dr. Richard W. Kocon ‘63 Mr. Paul J. Kostek ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Kravitz Mr. Michael P. Lagrassa Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Lake ‘52, ‘51 Mr. Edward M. Lambert, Jr. ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Lamontagne, Jr. ‘73, ‘01 Committee to Elect Scott W. Lang for Mayor Mr. David C. Leinberry, Jr. ‘84 Mr. Melvin H. Levine Mr. Wei Liang ‘97 Mr. Kenneth D. Lipman Mr. James C. Lok ‘72 Mr. Dennis J. Lopes ‘74 Mr. Michael P. Lucas ‘80 Mrs. Susie B. Narciso Lydon ‘92 Attorney Francis J. Lynch III Mr. Patrick T. Lynch ‘79 Mr. Sumner B. MacDonald ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Machado Mr. and Mrs. Michael Macy Mr. Andrew T. Maloney ‘93 Mr. David F. Marcille ‘84 Mr. William H. Marsden ‘54 Ms. Janet N. Marshall Mr. Sidney E. Martin III ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marvel Ms. Donna R. Massano Dr. Carolee S. Matsumoto Dr. and Mrs. J. Greer McBratney Mr. Bruce A. McCaffrey ‘75 Ms. Donna L. McClung ‘79 Ms. Janice R. McDonough ‘93 Mrs. Renee Marie McKay ‘84 Mrs. Deborah McLaughlin McLean Nurses Alumni Association Mr. John E. Medeiros ‘83 Captain and Mrs. Raymond Mello ‘72, ‘79 Ms. Elaine R. Meredith ‘81 Mr. Peter A. Michno ‘85 Ms. Elizabeth A. Miller ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Dudley L. Millikin III Mr. Mark J. Minichiello ‘90 Mr. Robert H. Montgomery ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moran Mr. John M. Moreira ‘84 Mr. Daniel J. Morgan Mr. Mark C. Murphy Mr. Donald E. Napert ‘77

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New Bedford Floor Covering Sales Company, Inc. New England Promotions Ms. Paula Nordhoff Northeast Utilities Ms. Mary Hathaway Notman NSTAR Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William A Oates, Jr. Mr. Matthew S. O’Day ‘04 Mr. Carlos M. Oliveira ‘79 Mr. Frank R. Oliver ‘79 Mr. John K. Owens Ms. Jennifer Lynn Pacheco ‘08 Mr. Albert E. Paladino Mr. Lewis C. Palmer II ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Parker III Dr. Juli L. Parker Ms. Catherine A. Partridge ‘79 Pencils, Inc. Ms. Kim Pineau Mr. Kenneth A. Pratt ‘87 Ms. Marilyn Pye Ms. Gail F. Ray Mrs. Donna Raymond Brown ‘81 Mrs. Claire V. Robinson ‘78 Mr. John B. Rogers Dr. Wendy A. Rogers ‘85 Mr. Daniel S. Rubin ‘07 Ms. Gail P. Runnels Professor Gail E. Russell Ms. Wendy L. Russo Mrs. Catherine T. Ryckebusch ‘94 Saltonstall Architects Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Samuelson Mr. F.M. Schaefer, Jr. Mr. Mark L. Schmid Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Schmid III Mr. Norman J. Shachoy, Jr. Ms. Dorothy R. Shattuck Mr. Walter O. Shepard, Jr. ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Shwartz Ms. Wendy K. Skinner Dr. George S. Smith Mr. and Mrs. W. Mason Smith III Mr. Charles Soforenko Mr. Joseph L. Sousa ‘82 Mr. Robert J. Souza and Ms. Helena G. Koay ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Spiegel Mr. David B. Stone Mrs. Ellen O. Stone Mr. Galen L. Stone Mr. Adam J. Sulkowski Ms. Nancy L. Sullivan Attorney Samuel Sutter Ms. Lisa Szargowicz ‘85 Ms. Pearl R. Szatek ‘78 Mr. Roger P. Tache ‘80 Mr. Gregory P. Tapis ‘04

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Mr. Joseph G. Thomas, Jr. ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Tiffany Dr. J. Gethyn Timothy Dr. Adrian R. Tio Trees & Shrubs, Inc. UMass Dartmouth College of Nursing Mr. George L. Unhoch, Jr. United Way of Rhode Island Mr. John Vasconcellos Ven-Elger Pet Care Center, Inc. Verizon Foundation Mr. Alfred R. Vieira ‘70 Mr. Paul L. Vigeant ‘74 Mr. Richard C. Walker ‘74 Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Mr. Timothy P. Walsh ‘78 Waring-Sullivan Funeral Homes Mr. Sumner J. Waring, Jr. Mr. Sumner James Waring III ‘01 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Waterman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Watson Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Professor Barbara Weatherford Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan B. West Judge John Wheatley Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Whelan Professor D. Steven White Mr. Malcolm D. Woodward III ‘78 Dr. Zong-Guo Xia Ms. Jenny Xifaras ‘60 Attorney Margaret D. Xifaras ‘78 Mr. Tianshu Yang ‘03 Chancellor Professor and Mrs. Melvin B. Yoken Ms. Karen A. Zahorsky ‘78 Mr. Jinyuan Zhou ‘91 Ms. Li Zhuang Century Club

$100–$249

Dr. William Abesh Mr. Anthony Abraham Mrs. Marilyn N. Abraham ‘82 Ms. Elizabeth Acheson Acres of Pines, Inc. Action for Boston Community Development, Inc. ADM Food Service Companies, Inc. d/b/a Subway Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Aducci ‘81 Mr. Michael J. Agostino ‘77 Mrs. Parveen S. Ali Mr. Nadilio D. Almeida ‘66 Mr. Brian A. Alosi ‘65 Alpert Consulting, LLC Mr. Leonard G. Alves ‘59 Ms. Maria N. Alves ‘83 Mr. Mark R. Amaral ‘86 Mr. Michael J. Ambrosini ‘70

Mr. Richard H. Amundson ‘03 Mr. Richard A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Andrade Mrs. Susanne V. Andrews Anonymous Dr. Roger J. Araujo ‘56 Mr. Ronald C. Arruda ‘74 Mr. Normand G. Audette ‘72 Mrs. Barbara J. Audino ‘79 Mr. John L. Aumann ‘75 Ms. Diane Austin Dr. Peter J. Azar ‘70 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Bahrns ‘75 Mr. Edward J. Bajakian ‘71 Ms. Rose W. Baldwin Mr. Thomas S. Bancroft ‘60 Ms. Carole A. Baptiste ‘92 Mr. James D. Barber ‘68 Mr. Seldon Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Barnes ‘73 Chancellor Professor Nora Ganim Barnes Ms. Jessica E. Barron ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. Joaquim C. Barros ‘85, ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Barudin Mrs. Marianne E. Beardsley ‘87 Mr. Jak Beardsworth ‘69 Mr. Mark S. Beaton ‘77 Mr. Norman R. Beauregard ‘76 Mrs. Sheila Beckeman ‘80 Mr. Tom A. Becker ‘96 Mrs. Ardyth G. Bednarz ‘75 Mr. Thomas M. Bell ‘98 Mr. Joseph M. Benevides, Jr. ‘77 Ms. Denise Benoit ‘83 Mr. Thomas A. Benoit ‘81 Professor Emeritus Robert Bento Mr. John S. Berg ‘85 Professor Heidi M. Berggren Mr. Richard H. Bergman ‘71 Mr. Mark J. Bernardo ‘92 Ms. Michele L. Berube Ms. Muriel F. Berube ‘73 Mr. Normand Berube, Jr. ‘76 Ms. Myra R. Besen ‘75 Mr. Maurice L. Bessette ‘76 Mr. Eugene J. Betrand, Jr. Mr. Donald C. Betts ‘77 and Mrs. Martha L. Antaya ‘76 Ms. Kathleen Billings Mr. David A. Biltcliffe ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Biron Mr. Eugene A. Bisaillon ‘59 Mr. George A. Bishop III ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Mars Bishop Mrs. Anne C. Bisson ‘81 Mr. Donald B. Blades Mr. Ernest J. Blais ‘74

Mr. Thomas C. Bliss ‘71 Mr. Bruce P. Boni ‘60 Dr. and Mrs. James M. Bonnar Mr. Robert Borge ‘59 Mr. James A. Borges ‘87 Mr. William B. Borges ‘48 Mr. John A. Botelho ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Botelho, Jr. ‘93 Mr. James A. Botellio ‘59 Dr. Robert C.M. Bourne Mrs. Elizabeth L. Bowen ‘82 Mrs. Jayne Brady Prescott ‘79 Mr. Nelson J. Braga ‘81 Mr. Bruce P. Branchaud ‘76 Mrs. Nancy S. Brandon ‘85 Mrs. Sandra B. Bravo ‘78 Mr. Nathan C. Brinker ‘98 Ms. Nancy M. Briss ‘77 Ms. Nadine Britto Mr. Bruce H. Brown ‘71 Ms. Sharon D. Brown ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Brownell Ms. Christina M. Bruen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bruno, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Bryda ‘89 Mr. Bruce H. Buckley ‘60 Mr. Jeffrey P. Burdzel ‘02 J. F. Burke Consultants Mr. and Mrs. William J. Butts ‘88 Ms. Amy A. Byalick ‘05 Mr. Edward Cabral ‘89 Mrs. Karen M. Caddell ‘85 Mr. Joseph T. Callaghan, Jr. ‘62 Ms. Cindy L. Callisto ‘99 Ms. Laurinda F. Camara Ms. Michelle Camara ‘96 Mrs. Lauren A. Cammann ‘85 Mrs. Crystal C. Campbell Mr. James D. Campbell ‘05 Mr. Ronald F. Cannata Mr. John M. Canto ‘57 Mr. Dennis M. Canulla ‘81 Mr. William Capodanno Mr. Augusto R. Cardoso ‘81 Mr. George S. Cardoza ‘63 Mr. Wayne M. Cardoza ‘70 Mr. David W. Carreau ‘55 Mr. Alan R. Carrier ‘71 Mr. James Carson Mr. Mark Casey Mrs. Alice Castro ‘78 Mr. William G. Catlow ‘69 Mr. Timothy J. Chace ‘89 Mrs. Donna M. Chappell Mr. Ashok Ruman Charry ‘00 Mr. Lawrence R. Chartier ‘85 Mr. Everett Charves ‘52 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Chasse, Jr. ‘62 Mr. Honglei Chen ‘00


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Ms. Wen Chen ‘95 Ms. Xiang Xiang Chen ‘90 Cherry Place Funeral Home Dr. and Mrs. Paul Chervinsky Mr. David M. Chick ‘77 Ms. Janet L. Chrisos ‘80 The Chubb Corporation Mr. Oliver P. Cipollini, Jr. ‘78 Mr. Stephen M. Clancy ‘80 Mr. Garry Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Clegg ‘73, ‘74 Mr. John Clifford Mrs. Christine M. Clower ‘87 Ms. Rachel Cocroft Mr. Maurice G. Coderre ‘66 Codman & Shurtleff, Inc. Ms. Sandra J. Coelho ‘82 Ms. Lee Herstoff Cohen Ms. Kim M. Coleman ‘88 Mr. Gregg M. Comeau ‘94 Mrs. Roslyn Comenitz ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Conway M. Tobi T. Cooley Mr. Stephen J. Cordeiro ‘74 Mr. Leonard W. Coriaty ‘87 Mr. Glen O. Corman ‘82 Mr. Stephen J. Correa ‘73 Ms. Goodie M.J. Corriveau ‘77 Mr. Carlos A. Costa ‘92 Ms. Inge Costa ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Costa ‘78, ‘80 Mr. Robert M. Costa ‘01 Mr. Thomas F. Costa ‘85 Mr. Michael J. Cote ‘74 Mr. William J. Cote ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cottrell, Jr. ‘72 Coughlin Associates Mr. Daniel F. Coughlin ‘79 Professor Alden W. Counsell ‘42 Mrs. Roberta J. Couto ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Marc O. Couture ‘91, ‘93 Covidien Mr. Richard J. Coyne Mr. Jethro Craig ‘88 The Cranston Foundation of Cranston Print Works Co. Mr. William C. Cray ‘77 Ms. Maria F. Crivello ‘80 Ms. Evelyn T. Crocker Mr. John D. Crocker Mr. Jonathan M. Croll ‘05 Ms. Roberta Louise Culbert Costley ‘06 Ms. Paula Costa Cullen ‘86 Ms. Cynthia E. Cummings Mrs. Janet L. Curley ‘94 Dr. Thomas J. Curry ‘64

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Curtin Mr. Edward M. Cusson ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Cutler ‘70 Ms. Gwen B. Dadoly Mr. Kurt R. Dahlberg ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Daily Mr. Joseph L. Damasio, Jr. ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. John A. D’Ambrosio Mr. Joseph A D’Amico Ms. Susan E. Darbyshire ‘81 Mr. Manuel I. Dasneves ‘85 Ms. Mary B. Davidson Ms. Pamela A. Davol ‘86 Mr. Thomas A. Davol, Jr. ‘62 Mr. Robert F. Deans ‘70 Ms. Michelle F. DeBest ‘97 Mr. Paul E. Deciccio ‘63 Mr. Joseph DeMarco ‘63 Mr. Joao-Luis DeMedeiros ‘97 Mr. James F. deMelo ‘72 Mr. Glenn I. Deming ‘82 Ms. Debora J. DePaola ‘74 Mr. Rodney P. DeRego ‘67 Mr. Christopher T. DeSenti Mr. Paul R. Desforges ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Desmarais ‘93, ‘91 Mr. Brian A. Devine Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devlin Mr. Ronald J. Dias ‘66 Mrs. Dawn-Lynn Diaz ‘97 Mr. Peter Dibenedetto, Jr. ‘07 Mr. Scott J. Diogenes ‘94 Ms. Eleanora G. Ditocco ‘78 Ms. JoAnn M. Diverdi-Miller ‘81 Diversified Marketing Group Ms. Dagmar Dockery ‘04 Mr. John A. Dolan Mr. Paul M. Donaghey ‘80 Mr. Michael E. Donaghy ‘77 Mr. Brian Donahoe ‘74 and Mrs. Rosemary Donahoe ‘75 Mrs. Karen M. Dorgan ‘75 Mr. Erik C. Dorsey Ms. Maureen A. Dorsey ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dorsey Mr. Hu Dou ‘99 Dr. John P. Dowd Ms. Jennifer S. Downing Professor Daryll C. Dowty ‘78 Mr. James Drew Mr. Frederic C. Dreyer, Jr. ‘97 Mr. Joseph L. Driscoll, Jr. Mr. Matthew B. Driscoll ‘92 Mr. William L. Driscoll ‘80 Mr. Alan F. Dryjowicz Burek Mr. Richard J. Dube ‘59 Mr. Richard L. Dubois, Jr. ‘82 Mr. Joseph C. Duggan ‘69

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Mr. Roland J. Duphily ‘66 Mr. Joe A. Duquette ‘93 Ms. Helen J. Duryea ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Duval ‘73 Mr. Theodore J. Dziedzic ‘76 Eaton Corporation Mr. James R. Eggert ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ehrenhaus Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Elias ‘87, ‘88 Mrs. Patricia A. Ellis ‘86 Entergy Sander and Ray Epstein Charitable Foundation Mr. Selwyn Epstein Mr. David L. Erickson ‘86 Dr. and Mrs. Paul M. Ernsting ‘82, ‘83 Mr. William R. Etchells ‘55 Mr. Jasper Morgan Evarts F.P.S. Dr. James A. Fain Mrs. Maureen J. Fanning ‘71 Mr. Charles L. Faria ‘69 Ms. Linda A. Farrell ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Fater Mrs. Valerie E. Faubel ‘81 Mr. Laurier A. Fauteux ‘69 Mr. Kevin J. Feeney ‘89 Mr. Jason I. Feldman ‘06 Mr. William B. Ferguson Mr. Bruce E. Fernandes ‘81 Fernandes & Charest, P.C. Mr. Anthony J. Ferreira ‘54 Mrs. Christine Ferreira ‘74 Mrs. Maria Ferreira-Bedard ‘88 Mr. Monte C. Ferris Mr. Andrew F. Ferro ‘04 Mr. Scott M. Ferson ‘87 Mrs. Danuta Fichna Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Findley ‘84 Mr. Richard S. Fine ‘76 Mr. Barry S. Fineberg ‘76 Mrs. Rubye M. Finger Mr. Barry O. Fisher ‘73 Mr. David T. Fisher ‘83 Mr. Martin W. Flinn ‘79 Mr. Richard W. Flood ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flynn Mr. Edmund T. Folger ‘75 Mrs. Janine L. Fontaine ‘77 Ms. Paulette J. Fontaine ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Forance ‘84, ‘86 Mr. John E. Foster, Jr. ‘57 Ms. Robertta Foster Mr. James T. Fox ‘84 Mr. John T. Fox ‘93 Mr. Robert W. Frank ‘80 Ms. Nancy Annemarie Freeman ‘08 Mr. Michael D. Freyermuth ‘81 Attorney Sheldon Friedland Friends of SEMAP Friends of Women’s Studies Program Ms. Marilyn L. Fritzemeier ‘04 Mr. Ronald J. Fryer ‘55 Mr. Geoffrey W. Fuchs ‘80 Mr. John E. Furtado ‘68 Mr. Richard L. Fyans ‘65 Mr. Stephen P. Gabel ‘75 Gabriel Homes, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sean Gaffney Mr. John C. Gagnon ‘74 Mr. Roger J. Gagnon ‘61 Mr. Donald M. Gale ‘79 Mrs. Eugene Galkowski Ms. Jessica L. Gama ‘07 Dr. Robert R. Gamache ‘73 Ms. Lynn J. Garant ‘83 Ms. Deborah E. Gardiner ‘79 Gardiner Design

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Ms. Catherine H. Gardner Reverend F. Richard Garland ‘85 Mrs. Donna M. Garro ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Gauthier Mrs. Jean E. Gazarro Staiti ‘66 Ms. Margaret A. Geist ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gemme ‘84, ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Gendron ‘85, ‘83 Mr. Kurt Gent ‘74 Mr. Douglas K. Gentile ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Geoghegan ‘78, ‘79 Mr. Arthur Georgantas ‘86 Ms. Karen A. Geraci ‘83 Mr. Robert Gerhard Mrs. Kathy C. Gerry ‘69 Mr. Todd Gibbons ‘88 Ms. Paige M. Gibbs Mrs. Gabrielle Coyne Giblin ‘58 Mr. Thomas M. Gibney ‘86 Dr. and Mrs. Frederick V. Gifun ‘86 Mr. James R. Gilbert ‘80 Professor and Mrs. Harold L. Gilmore Mr. Steven D. Gioiosa ‘76 Colonel Peter C. Giusti, USAF (Ret.) ‘65 GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Mr. Scott T. Glennon ‘86 Ms. Barbara H. Glicksman ‘81 Dr. Milton A. Glicksman Global Odor Control Tech, Inc. Mr. Stanley M. Goldstein Stanley M. Goldstein Trust Mr. Walter R. Goldstein, Jr. ‘76 Ms. Susan M. Gonsalves ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Gould ‘84, ‘86 Mr. Robert C. Goyette ‘67 Ms. Susan J. Gracia ‘77 Ms. Catherine L. Graham ‘97 Mr. Leo P. Graham Mr. Robert C. Grant ‘79 Dr. Lawrence W. Gray ‘77 Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation Mr. Paul J. Grebla ‘69 Mrs. Sarah J. Greenberg ‘04 Mr. Theodore J. Greenblott ‘93 Dr. Barbara B. Greene ‘77 Ms. Kathleen J. Greene ‘76 Mr. Daniel I. Greer ‘92 Mr. James E. Greichen ‘53 Mr. David C. Greim ‘79 Mrs. Annette L. Griffin ‘81 Ms. Patricia M. Grindell ‘92 Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gross Ms. Barbara J. Grunkemeyer ‘87

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Mechanical engineering students Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Grzelcyk Mr. John R. Guarino ‘95 Mr. Paul B. Guillet ‘79 Dr. Angappa Gunasekaran Mr. William B. Gurney ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. David P. Hack ‘91, ‘90 Dr. Abraham W. Haddad Ms. Nan Haffenreffer ‘03 Mr. John F. Halloran ‘79 Mrs. Carolyn W. Hamel Mrs. Claire M. Hanify Oiva Hannula & Sons, Inc. Mr. Jason Hantman Mr. Jeremy L. Harrington ‘96 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Harrop Mr. Paul B. Hart ‘89 Ms. Debbielou Hawkins Mr. Ziqiang He ‘98 Mr. William G. Heaney ‘03 Professor Robert C. Helgeland ‘68 Ms. Candida Rose Hemsley ‘05 Mr. James M. Hickox ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Lon M. Hillson Mr. Stanley Hinds III ‘81 Mr. Rory P. Hirl ‘06 Ms. Judith A. Hodge ‘77 Ms. Janice L. Hodson ‘84 Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hoffman Mr. Timothy L. Hoffman ‘77 Mr. Michael E. Hogarty ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Holland Mrs. Susan M. Holland ‘92 Professor Memory A. Holloway Mrs. Marilyn E. Hopkins ‘86 Mr. Robert T. Houghton, Jr. ‘69 Professor Catherine Houser Mr. Raymond J. Houtman ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Hovan Ms. Margaret B. Howland Mr. Ronald W. Hoy ‘64 Mrs. Megan G. Hoye ‘97

Chancellor Professor Jong-Ping Hsu Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Hubbard Harvey Hubbell Foundation Mr. Richard Huey ‘76 and Ms. Catherine H. Reid-Huey ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Hughes Mr. Edward F. Iacaponi ‘69 Mrs. Nancy L. Ibarra ‘77 Mr. Warren L. Ide ‘75 Instron Corp., Division of ITW Insurit Agency, Inc. International Business Machines Corp. Mr. Harold Israel Isserlis ‘54 J.C. Concrete Professor Barbara R. Jacobskind Mr. Michael T. Jamgochian ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Jencks Ms. Shannon L. Jenkins Mr. David Jennings Mr. David A. Jennings ‘76 Mrs. Estelle R. Jennings ‘74 Ms. Bei Jiang ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Lee N. Johansson Ms. Amy B. Johnson ‘90 Mr. Arthur G. Johnson ‘83 Mr. David W. Johnson ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Johnson Mr. John R. Johnson ‘73 Ms. Leslie J. Johnson ‘89 Mr. Luke Michael Johnson ‘08 Mr. Phillip Johnson Mr. Stephen C. Johnson ‘68 Professor Frederick L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Hallett Jones Mr. Kenneth N. Josephson ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Gary H. Juvinall ‘84,’83 Mr. George C. Kalivas ‘06 Mr. Bruce V. Kane ‘81 Ms. Lynne K. Kane Mr. Walter O. Kangas ‘74

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kaplan Chancellor Professor Laurie J. Kaplowitz Ms. Sarah Kaput Karam Financial Group Mr. Boris Katan ‘84 Mr. Harold G. Katzman Mrs. Erin Keaney-Moynihan ‘89 Mr. William Keating, Jr. ‘62 Mr. Brian P. Keaveney ‘98 Mr. Robert D. Keenan ‘94 Mrs. Ann E. Keener ‘72 Attorney David Keighley ‘90 Mr. Mark W. Keighley ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Kellish ‘82 Mr. Kevin M. Kelly ‘95 Mr. Larry J. Kelts ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kennefick Mr. Robert A. Kerner Mrs. Julia E. Kiechel Dr. Yong K. Kim Mr. James E. King ‘75 Mr. Alan R. Kirschner ‘80 Mr. Joseph P. Klepadlo Professor Anna Klobucka Ms. Laura R. Koch ‘82 Mr. Cesar R. Kothe ‘86 and Ms. Jean M. Murphy ‘85 Mr. Peter F Kortright Mr. Brandon M. Koziara ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Koziara, Jr. Ms. Katherine Curran Krikorian ‘75 Mr. Russell R. Kroszner ‘77 Professor Susan T. Krumholz Mr. Zheng-Jie Kuo ‘99 L. J. Trust Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. La Perriere ‘74,’73 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Ladeira Mrs. Evelyne M. LaFlamme ‘82 Mrs. Pauline L. Lally ‘80 Mr. Henry C. Lamontagne ‘68 Mr. Jonathan Langfield ‘86 Mr. Jeffrey P. Larivee ‘77 Mr. Bruce W. Larson ‘74 Mr. James R. Laurila ‘85 Mr. Mark A. Lavallee ‘84 Mr. Robert G. Lavoie ‘63 Ms. Sara-Jane Lawrence ‘75 Mr. Brian A. Lawton ‘78 Colonel Bruce W. Lawton, USAR (Ret.) ‘65 Ms. Judith Lawton ‘84 Mr. James R. Layfield ‘76 Mr. Robert E. Lebeau ‘70 Mr. Michael J. Leblanc ‘07 Mr. Ronald C. LeBlanc ‘79 Mr. John R. Ledwidge ‘67 Mr. Francis Lee, Jr.


Professor Yoon Soo Lee Mr. Richard D. Legault II ‘91 Mr. William F. Leger ‘61 Ms. Elizabeth R. Lehr ‘00 Mr. Michael R. Lemay ‘82 Reverend Joseph L. Lennon ‘63 Mr. Patrick H. LePage ‘99 Mr. Paul C. Lepage Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. LePage, Jr. Mr. Robert H. LeRoyer ‘86 Ms. Monica A. Lesniak ‘86 Mr. Paul E. Letourneau ‘83 Mr. Paul E. Levasseur ‘59 Dr. Clinton N. Levin Mr. Joseph E. Lewis, Jr. ‘77 Mrs. Judith A. Lima ‘87 Mr. Christopher Limerick, Jr. ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Lithway Little People’s College, Inc. Mr. Stephen J. Liuzzi ‘84 Stephen J. Liuzzi Construction Corporation Mr. Russell R. Locke ‘94 Ms. Mary Ann Lomba ‘64 Mr. William J. Lombardi Ms. Nanette Defeo Longley ‘76 Mr. Gennaro R. Lopriore ‘56 Mr. Armindo P. Louro ‘77 The Lower Depths Mr. Thomas C. Lucier ‘92 Ms. Katherine M. Lukas ‘00 Mr. Paul A. Lundahl ‘61 Mr. Paul R. Lundberg ‘84 Ms. Andrea MacAulay Dr. Barbara A. Macaulay Judge Demarest Lloyd MacDonald Mr. Vernon J. Mace ‘77 Mr. Rodney F. Mach ‘79 Mr. Kenneth R. Machado ‘72 Mr. Keith Mackenzie Mr. Glenn S. MacNaught ‘83 Matthew J. Macy Memorial Fund Mr. Dana W. Madden ‘85 Mr. Fernando M. Magalhaes ‘86 Mr. Ronald A. Magnant ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Magoon ‘77 Ms. Deborah A. Maguire ‘88 Ms. Lee Mahoney Maintenance & Custodial Mass Fed at UMass Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maitoza ‘75, ‘76 Mrs. Donna M. Malliaros ‘78 Dr. Charles H. Manley ‘64 Mrs. Anne E. Manzi ‘42 Mr. Jack R. Maples ‘74 Mr. and Ms. Donald G. Marcotte ‘96, ‘92 Mr. Frederick J Margo Ms. Anne P. Marks ‘75

Mr. Richard T. Marsland ‘73 Mr. Paul A. Martin ‘84 Mr. Raymond N. Martin ‘59 Mr. Paul G. Martins ‘78, ‘82 Mr. Raymond D. Masson ‘65 Mr. James H. Mathes Mr. Steven J. May ‘97 Mr. Gregg Andrew Maydoney ‘06 Mrs. Theresa A. McAvoy ‘71 Ms. Paula McCallum Mr. Gregory J. McCann ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCarter Mr. Hugh R. McCartney III ‘77 Ms. Karen L. McCloskey ‘87 Mrs. Sherilyn D. McCoy ‘80 Ms. Danielle Poyant McCue ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. McCulloch McDonough Realty Services, Inc. Mr. Paul O. McGinn ‘77 Mr. Jerry B. McGinnis ‘68 Mr. Andrew McGuirk ‘72 Ms. Joy A. Mcguirl-Hadley Mr. Kenison A. McIntosh ‘59 Mr. John F. McLaughlin ‘72 Mr. Robert C. McLaughlin, Jr. ‘61 Mrs. Kathleen G. McNeil ‘81 Mr. Bruce F. Meacham ‘71 Mr. Anthony J. Medeiros, Jr. ‘71 Mr. David A. Medeiros ‘94 Ms. Joan M. Medeiros ‘90 Mr. John Medeiros ‘70 Mrs. Karen A. Medeiros ‘88 Mr. Manuel M. Medeiros ‘72 Mr. Norman S. Medeiros ‘93 Mrs. Patricia M. Medeiros ‘83 Medtronic Foundation Mrs. Susan C. Mellace ‘77 Mr. John C. Mello ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Mello ‘75 Mr. William A. Mello ‘79 Mr. Richard R. Menard ‘92 Mr. Andrew M. Mendes Mr. Edward J. Mendes ‘65 Mr. James Mendes ‘83 Ms. Natalie Mendes Mr. Alan B. Mercer, Sr ‘48 Merck Company Foundation Mr. Michael W. Metzler Mr. Neal D. Meyers ‘89 Ms. Catherine S. Michael ‘88 Mr. Garret S. Mierzejewski Mrs. Beth Paul Milham ‘92 Ms. Julia M. Miller ‘89 Mr. Michael E. Minior ‘74 James Mirageas Co., Inc. Mr. James G. Mirageas ‘92 Mr. & Mrs. George Mireku Mr. William A. Mitchell Ms. Lore Mitra

within reach.

Mr. Frederick M. Moehle ‘80 Ms. Sarah M. Moore Ms. Sarah L. Morrill Mr. Raymond E. Morris ‘47 Mr. Joseph M. Mortarelli ‘94 Mr. Richard T. Moses Dr. Ralph O. Moyer, Jr. ‘57 Mrs. M. Teresa Mozaz ‘94 Mr. Joseph P. Mroczka ‘81 Mrs. Barbara Mucciardi ‘01 Dean Frank Muller-Karger Mr. Earle R. Munroe ‘60 Mr. Richard S. Murphy ‘84 Mr. William J. Murphy ‘81 Ms. Gina M. Muscato ‘00 Mr. Edward M. Musmon ‘81 Dr. Fahim M. Nady Ms. Lynne A. Nahigyan ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Narbonne ‘77 Mr. Curtis W. Nelson ‘89 Ms. Jeanne P. Nesto New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce New England Electropolishing Company, Inc. Mrs. Kim J. Nguyen-Clark ‘02 Ms. Candace A. Nichols ‘83 Mr. Kenneth L. Nichols ‘64 Colonel and Mrs. Wilfredo Nieves Ms. Andrea L. Nixon ‘77 Mr. Paul A. Nolin ‘70 Ms. Sally A. North Norwood Basketball Association Ms. Christine Nounou ‘74 Mr. George W. Noyes M. Robin M. Nunes Steven J. Nunes Plumbing and Heating O & S Associates Attorney Marion P. O’Brien Ms. Margaret Ochs Ms. Susan M. O’Connor Ms. Stephanie O’Hara Mr. Robert E. O’Hare ‘80 Mr. Paul N. Olenik ‘95 Ms. Sheila K. Oliva ‘91 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Oliveira ‘81 Mr. Jon E. Olson ‘77 Ms. Rosemary A. Omelite Professor Rita H. O’Neill Mr. Henry A. Openshaw, Jr. ‘02 Ms. A. Jacqueline O’Rourke Mr. Roland M. Ouellette ‘79 Ms. Jeanne Pallatroni Ms. Barbara J. Paquin Mr. Joseph E. Parola ‘82 Dr. Charles C. Parsons Ms. Mary Ann Partridge ‘80 Dr. Joyce Y. Passos

Mr. Paul S. Pastie ‘66 Ms. Norma Patnaude Mr. Keith B. Paton ‘83 Mr. George A. Peck ‘80 Mr. Gregory A. Pelagio ‘66 Mr. Brian C. Pelletier ‘64 Mr. Kyle R. Pelletier ‘08 Mr. Richard L. Pepin ‘58 Mr. Eduard M. Pereira ‘82 Mr. Manuel F. Pereira Mr. William J. Perron ‘56 Mr. Bruce B. Perry ‘73 Mr. Joe Perry ‘72 Mr. Michael S. Perry ‘88 Mrs. Rose A. Perry ‘76 Mrs. Lauralyn Persson ‘74 Ms. Pamela D. Petri Pfizer Foundation Pfizer, Inc. Mrs. Diane C. Phillips ‘84 Mr. David Kendall Pierce ‘95 Ms. Donna M. Pierce ‘86 Dr. Susan F. Pierce ‘73 Ms. Donna J. Pineau ‘83 Mr. Clinton E. Pires ‘75 Dr. Sol Pittenger Mr. Randall B. Pollard ‘53 Ms. Denise Porche’ ‘91 Mr. William J. Porter, Jr. ‘73 Mrs. Mary Alice Post ‘77 Mr. Leonard M. Poyant, Jr. ‘97 Ms. Pamela W. Prescott ‘85 Mr. Andrew K. Prewitt ‘05 Mr. Richard W. Purdy ‘03 Mr. Ronald K. Purdy ‘78 Professor Tribhuvan Puri Mr. and Mrs. John J. Quinlivan ‘84, ‘83 Professor Bharatendra K. Rai Dr. Ismael Ramirez-Soto Ms. Virginia L. Ransbottom ‘07 Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Rapoza ‘76 Mr. Ronald Raymond Mr. Paul D. Reardon ‘81 Ms. Ann M. Reed ‘86 Ms. Patricia E. Regan ‘84 Ms. Gina Reis Mr. Peter J. Resca ‘02 Mr. Michael D. Rhines ‘84 Mr. F. Paul Richards ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Riley Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Riley ‘87, ‘92 Ms. Deborah C. Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Roberts ‘73 Mr. Ronald H. Robertson, Jr. ‘80 Mr. Francis D. Robinson Rockwell Collins Ms. Michelle Roderick Mr. John Roderiques III

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Fulbright Scholar Lisa Knauer with her students Mr. Antonio A. Rodrigues ‘98 Committee to Elect Michael J. Rodrigues The Honorable Michael J. Rodrigues ‘83 Mr. George D. Rogers, Jr. ‘61 Major and Mrs. Joseph F. Rosa, USA (Ret.) ‘73, ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Rose Mrs. Monique S. Rose ‘94 Route 28 Auto Center Mr. Kevin M. Rowles ‘77 Mr. Michael R. Roy ‘75 Mr. Rene E. Roy ‘74 Dr. John J. Russell Mr. Robert J. Russell ‘69 Ms. Joanne Russo Mrs. Elaine Varelas Ryan ‘79 Ms. Patsy Sabados Mr. Howard W. Salden ‘84 Salem Metal Fabricators, Inc. Mr. Syd A. Saloman ‘96 Mr. Wilian Sampaio Mrs. Gail Sampieri ‘70 Dr. Francis L. Sandomierski ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sansoucy Mrs. Maria Carminda Santos ‘87 Mr. Michael A. Santos Mr. Scott L. Santos ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Mario Saojoao Mr. John J. Sbrega Dr. Mark A. Schlesinger Mr. Gilbert N. Schofield ‘51 Dr. Cathy J. Schoorens ‘79 Charles Schwab Corporate Foundation Mr. Martin A. Schwalm ‘92 Mr. Bruce C. Scofield ‘71 Ms. Shelly Metivier Scott Dr. Susanne G. Scott Mr. Harris P. Sederholm Mr. Waldemar L. Sender ‘91 Ms. Diane M. Serino Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Serletic Seven Hills Behavioral Health, Inc. Mrs. Kathleen Shannon ‘83

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Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. Shapiro Mrs. Anne M. Shea ‘84 Mr. Timothy P. Shea Mr. Kevin T. Sheedy ‘97 Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Mr. Gang Shen ‘04 Louise M. Sherman Mr. Glen A. Shoesmith ‘64 Miss Suzanne M. Shoesmith ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. David Shore Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Shuster Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Shwartz Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Siegal Mrs. Colleen Mahan Sifferlen ‘83 Sigma Phi Rho Fraternity Ms. Barbara Whitehead Silva Mr. Edmund Silva ‘65 Dr. Augustine Silveira, Jr. ‘57 Mr. Marcel J. Sirois ‘90 Mr. Michael Sitarz ‘72 Mr. Christopher Smallis ‘84 Mrs. Virginia M. Smith ‘84 Mr. Paul Smola ‘79 Mr. Gerald Soares ‘59 Mr. James J. Soares ‘66 Professor Frank F. Sousa Mr. and Mrs. Paul Souza ‘75, ‘91 Ms. Paula A. Souza ‘79 Ms. Patricia A. Spellman ‘92 Ms. Cathleen N. Spiegel ‘75 Mr. Gregory Spiker ‘77 Mrs. Lois E. Spirlet ‘81 Ms. Renee M. St. Germain ‘78 Mr. Leo A. St. Laurent ‘75 Mr. Raymond H. St. Pierre ‘52 Mr. David A. St. Yves ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Robin Staines State Street Bank State Street Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Steere Mr. Peter C. Stefanini Mr. Alexander J. Stevenson ‘78 Mr. Clay V. Stites Mrs. Dawn Stopka ‘77 Mr. Steven M. Strandberg ‘88

Mr. John R. Stratford ‘54 Mr. Dennis R. Streeter ‘87 Ms. Charlotte P. Sudduth Ms. Irene M. Sundquist ‘86 Ms. Colleen A. Sweeney ‘90 Mr. Paul G. Swiszcz ‘81 Mrs. Doreen M. Sylvia Hutchinson ‘88 Ms. Maureen T. Sylvia ‘80 Mr. Paul E. Sylvia ‘74 Attorney William J. Synnott Mr. Frederick L. Taber, Jr. ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Taggart Mr. Charles G. Taylor ‘65 Mr. Donald F. Taylor ‘54 Mr. Robert J. Taylor ‘85 Ms. Richa M. Tedoldi ‘07 Mr. Antonio A. Teixeira ‘78 Texas Instruments, Inc. Mr. Jeremy T. Theerman ‘98 Professor Doris Thibault Mr. Manuel A. Thomas ‘56 Ms. Kimberly A. Thorman ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Tichon Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Tichon Ms. Elaine Tisdale Asselin ‘09 Ms. Nancy E. Tobin Ms. Claire E. Travers ‘73 The Honorable Philip B. Travis ‘63 Mr. Stephen S. Trond ‘55 Mr. Joshua David True ‘07 Mr. Mark Truelson ‘83 Ms. Kathleen F. Trumbull ‘86 Mr. John E. Tuttle ‘63 Tyco Electronics Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Uchman United Way of RI Philanthropy Account Mrs. Linda Valcourt Klinger ‘84 Mr. Maurice E. Valois ‘69 Mr. Kenneth Vancolen Mr. Robert A. Vanstone ‘56 Mrs. Claudette B. Veary ‘69 Ms. Nanette Vega ‘96 Ms. Dory Vega-Rodriguez ‘96 Verizon Mr. and Mrs. Luis M. Viana ‘81 Ms. Dolores L. Vieira ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Jose P. Vieira Mrs. Christine P. Vieira-Salters ‘75 Mr. Jason M. Vining ‘98 Ms. Cathy Ann Viveiros Mr. Henry B. Wainer Sid Wainer & Son Ms. Diane J. Walder ‘73 Mr. Samuel Walder ‘52 Mr. Richard D. Walsh ‘76 Mrs. Nancy A. Walsh-Sayles ‘98 Mr. Jianyi Wang Dr. Shouhong Wang

Mr. Roger V. Ward ‘92 Ms. Susan Warren ‘76 Mr. Robert Watkins, Jr. ‘02 Mr. Eric S. Watson ‘73 Mrs. Ann H. Webster Mr. David A. Webster ‘71 Ms. Nicole L. Weeden ‘96 Mrs. Jean A. Weiller ‘56 Mr. Jeffrey Weissman ‘72 Ms. Lorna A. Welding ‘79 Mr. J. Charles West ‘78 Ms. Patricia J. Whitaker ‘73 Mr. John W. Whitehead ‘64 Mr. Robert M. Whitehead ‘66 Mr. John F. Whiteside ‘52 Mr. Michael Wilcox Mrs. Virginia F. Wilkens ‘82 Mr. Allen D. Williams ‘82 Mrs. Jean E. Williams ‘90 Mr. Francis P. Wilson ‘62 Ms. Kimberly A. Wilson Ms. Elizabeth Winiarz Mr. Mitchell M. Winkler ‘80 Mrs. Theresa A. Winsor ‘73 Mr. Daniel J. Wood ‘92 Mr. Edward B. Wood ‘50 WTH Engineering, Inc. Ms. Sijia Wu ‘86 Mrs. Elise S. Wylde ‘72 Mr. Joseph Xavier, Jr. ‘75 Mr. Xiong Xiaoxiong ‘86 Mrs. Judith A. Yankopoulos ‘64 Mrs. Joyce L. Youngberg ‘68 Ms. Joanne G. Zanella-Litke Mr. Philip J. Zasadny ‘82 Mr. Michael J. Zeman Ms. Ying Zhang ‘06 Ms. Nancy A. Ziccardi ‘91 Ms. Susan Senesac Zipoli ‘92 Dr. Rosemary A. Zurawel ‘73 Contributor

$50–$99

14 Coventry Road, LLC 2M Engineering & Construction Mr. David Abdow ‘85 Mr. Edward A. Abdow ‘07 Mr. Barry Abrams Ms. Mary G. Adams Mr. Manuel T. Aguiar ‘71 Mrs. Vidalia M. Aguiar ‘88 Mr. Peter A. Ahlquist Ms. Cristina Mello Ajemian ‘78 Ms. Michelle A. Albernaz ‘91 Mr. Christopher J. Alderman ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Allard Ms. Melissa A. Allard ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Allen ‘80, ‘79 Mr. Michael J. Almeida ‘76


Mr. Brian L. Alpert Alpert Consulting, LLC Dr. Charles M. Alty ‘61 Amica Mutual Insurance Company Analog Devices, Inc. Mrs. Maria L. Anastacio ‘77 Ms. Gail L. Anderson ‘79 Ms. Mary G. Andrade ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Annunziato ‘81, ‘82 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Antaya ‘80 Ms. Jill M. Anthony Mr. Dimitrios Antonopoulos ‘73 Mr. Gerald P. Arcouette Mr. Richard L. Arieta ‘59 Professor Godwin C. Ariguzo Dr. Michael P. Armstrong ‘80 Ms. Ann Arpin ‘78 Mr. John D. Arsenault ‘78 Ashley Ford Sales, Inc. Mr. Gary Ashworth ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Ashworth ‘93 Mr. Richard H. Aubut ‘75 Aucella Associates Mrs. Joan N. Audley ‘78 Mrs. Maureen F. Avila ‘59 Mr. James A. Baird ‘52 Ms. Kristin Baker Mr. Ross W. Barber ‘85 Mr. Mario J. Barbosa ‘77 Mr. Kenneth W. Barclay ‘65 Ms. Ellen Barlow Mr. Paul K. Barlow Ms. Susan S. Barnet Mr. Gregory Barrett ‘02 Ms. Susan J. Barrett ‘81 Mr. Steven A. Bartkus ‘99 Mrs. Deirdre H. Bass ‘76 Mr. John K. Bassett ‘79 Ms. Kerry L. Bauer ‘04 Ms. Cynthia Baumann The Baxter International Foundation Matching Gift Program Mr. Thomas A. Beal ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Beaudoin ‘72 Ms. Bernadette M. Beaulieu ‘73 Mrs. Carolyn M. Beaulieu ‘65 Ms. Tillie J. Bederow Mrs. Barbara E. Belanger ‘77 Mrs. Karen M. Belcher ‘81 Ms. Beverly A. Belli ‘85 Mr. Manuel Benevides ‘81 Mr. Everett H. Bennett ‘56 Mrs. Elizabeth Benoit ‘81 Mr. Peter L. Berdos, Jr. ‘85 Berkshire Chiropractic Services, P.C. Ms. Damaris Berner ‘81

Mr. Daniel J. Bertoldo ‘74 Mr. Donald R. Bertrand ‘79 Mr. Vincent Berube ‘78 Mr. Bradford R. Bibeau ‘77 Ms. Wendy Bilezikian Mr. William O. Bishop ‘72 Reverend Karl C. Bissinger ‘98 Mrs. Anne M. Blackington ‘81 Ms. Christine M. Blackshaw ‘01 Mr. Andrew D. Blake ‘85 Mr. Jerry S. Blitefield ‘95 Mr. Richard J. Boehler ‘69 The Boeing Company Mr. Derek A. Bogart ‘92 Mr. Thomas J. Boivin ‘60 Ms. Peggy Bolduc ‘79 Mr. Alan R. Boling ‘70 Ms. Roberta A. Bonifacio ‘83 Mr. Bryan Adam Booker ‘08 Mr. Edward L. Booth ‘76 Mr. Stephen Borden ‘74 Mr. Peter A. Borgognone Mr. Paul A. Borkman ‘60 Mrs. Stella Stanek Borowiec ‘65 Mr. Frank V. Botelho ‘66 Ms. Marianne Bougas Ms. Dianne M. Bradley ‘87 Ms. Sheila J. Braley ‘08 Mrs. Shirley M. Bramante ‘72 Mr. John H. Braun ‘74 Mr. Ronald A. Bridge ‘88 Mr. David A. Bridgwood ‘78 Mr. Scott A. Brigante ‘05 Mr. Paul C. Briggs ‘82 Ms. Maria D. Brigida-Gil ‘80 Mr. Patrick M. Brogan ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bronitsky Mr. Joseph T. Bronner Ms. Jane Brookins ‘82 Attorney Clement Brown ‘72 Mr. Robert N. Brunelle ‘96 Ms. Susan M. Buchan ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Buck Mr. Clayton R. Buckles ‘03 Mr. Michael J. Bucko ‘78 Bucko’s Parts & Tackle Mr. David J. Burke ‘83 Mr. John A. Burke III Mrs. Suzanne M. Burns Ms. Jeanne Butler Mrs. Pamela M. Butler ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Butta ‘83, ‘81 Mr. James A. Byrne ‘89 Mrs. Deborah S. Cabral ‘92 Mr. Roger A. Cabral ‘83 Ms. Anne M. Cabucio ‘83 Mr. Mark S. Caddle ‘85 Mrs. Alice I. Cadema ‘52 Mr. John E. Cadorette ‘86

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Mr. Cornelius Cahill ‘61 Ms. Donna M. Calderbank ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. John Camacho Dr. William E. Caplan Mr. Kevin C. Carando ‘90 Mr. Richard Carbonaro ‘51 Ms. Karen Carey Mr. Mark H. Carney Mrs. Shirley Carreiro Ochipa ‘73 Mr. Kenneth R. Carrier ‘67 Mr. William Carter, Jr. ‘54 Mr. Thomas Cartin ‘88 Mr. Nick A. Carvalho ‘80 Mrs. Mary Anne Cary ‘76 Ms. Veronica A. Casey ‘92 Mrs. Jane Cash ‘74 Ms. Mary C. Cassidy ‘77 Catalogue for Philanthrophy, Inc. Ms. Christine A. Cavagnaro Mrs. Joy I. Cawley ‘83 Mrs. Dianne M. Cerone ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Chang Mr. David B. Charette ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Chase Professor Linsun Cheng Mrs. Pamela J. Cherry ‘95 Ms. Jeanne Chin Ms. Roochi Chopra ‘04 Ms. Sarah J. Chouinard ‘06 Mr. William A. Chouinard ‘66 Mr. Neil T. Churchill ‘81 Ms. Patricia M. Ciavola ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Noel P. Ciminello ‘85, ‘86 Clariant Corporation Mrs. Lisa J.L. Clark Mr. Douglas G. Clarke ‘70 Ms. Mary M. Clarke ‘83 Mr. Earl E. Clay ‘77 Mr. J. David Coakley ‘59 Mr. Matthew A. Coble ‘07 Mrs. Robin M. Coburn ‘79 Ms. Mary E. Colgan ‘79 Mr. George A. Collard ‘91 Mr. Edward F. Colleran Ms. Nancy Comer Ms. Barbara R. Connolly ‘98 Mr. Leonard C. Connors ‘50 Mr. Leonard C. Connors, Jr. ‘75 Mrs. Colleen C. Considine ‘75 Mrs. Pamela Conti-Fonger ‘81 Mrs. Kimberly Cooley Mr. John M. Costa ‘95 Ms. Lynn A. Costa ‘90 Mr. Michael E. Costa ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Costa ‘73, ‘67 Ms. Christine M. Coughlin ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Couto ‘92 Mr. Timothy Coutts

Mr. Kevin R. Coyne ‘74 Mrs. Colleen Cranshaw ‘01 Mr. David A. Craveiro ‘68 Mr. Joseph R. Crimmins, Jr. ‘81 Mr. David L. Critchley ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Crompton ‘67, ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Crooker ‘83, ‘86 Crowell’s Mr. Gary W. Crowley ‘77 Mr. Christopher J. Cruz ‘91 Mrs. Diane M. Cruz ‘08 Ms. Mary F. Currie Mr. James Michael Curtin ‘08 Mr. Steven H. Curtis ‘90 Mr. Richard W. Cutting ‘80 Mr. Donald R. Czekanski ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Czyzewski ‘78, ‘81 Ms. Mary Ann Daher ‘75 Mrs. Gail A. Dahlberg Mr. Richard E. Dahlberg Mrs. Beverly J. Dallaire ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel V. daLuz ‘63 Mr. Andrew G. Dangelas ‘69 Mrs. Rosalind Dars ‘04 Ms. Susan M. Dashner Mr. Christopher C. DaSilva ‘03 Davini Design Mr. Gregory S. Davini ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Irvin H. Davis Ms. Ruth T. Davis ‘78 Mr. John B. Day Ms. Sharon A. Day ‘70 Mr. Dennis J. De Jesus Ms. Maria De Sa ‘82 Ms. Sandra E. DeCarlo ‘77 Ms. Ann M. Decollibus ‘79 Mrs. Barbara A. Delano ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Lance DeMarzo Mr. Joseph Demoura ‘89 Dr. Daniel B. DeOliveira ‘93 Ms. Judy DeOliveira ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen DePaco Mrs. Karen DePalo Mr. Jevon K. Desena ‘91 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Desmarais Ms. Johanna H. Desmarais Mr. Anarolino Desousa ‘77 Mrs. Marianne B. DeSouza ‘84 Ms. Donna M. Desrochers ‘87 Mr. Raymond Desrosiers ‘72 Mr. Robert D. Desrosiers Mr. and Mrs. John C. Devonshire Ms. Joan Di Pippo ‘01 Mr. Anthony Dichiara ‘03 Ms. Amanda L. Dickerson ‘06 Ms. Linda J. Dickerson ‘70

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Mr. George R. Diggle ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Dilorio Mrs. Barbara Dion ‘75 Ms. Yvette DiSimas Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Divine Ms. Beverly Do Carmo ‘76 Dominion Foundation Match Gift Program Mr. James F. Donnelly, Jr. ‘67 Mr. Lee S. Donohue ‘89 Mr. James A. Doucet ‘55 Dow Jones & Company Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Downey Mr. William D. Doyle ‘72 Mr. Roland M. Drapeau ‘76 Mr. Peter A. Draymore ‘79 Mrs. Heather MacDonald Draz ‘91 Ms. Paula M. Duarte ‘90 Mr. Robert P. Duarte Ms. Yvette L. Dubreuil Mr. Robert S. Dudley Mrs. Laura Duffy ‘74 Mr. Bradley K. Dunkelberger ‘91 Mrs. Lisa A. Dupere ‘88 Mr. Timothy W. Dupree ‘89 Mr. Brendan N. Durand ‘05 Mr. Michael C. Duval ‘83 Ms. Jessica Dwelly ‘00 East Coast Form Co., Inc. Mrs. Linda K. Egan ‘80 Ms. Kathleen M. Elliott Ms. Mary C. Ellis Mr. Peter Endicott Chancellor Professor Lee E. Estes ‘65 Mr. Matthew D. Ethier Mrs. Janet D. Evans ‘82 Mr. Kirk J. Fallon ‘82 Mrs. Joyce C. Faria ‘78 Mr. Norman A. Faucher ‘60 Ms. Helga Faulenbach Dr. Richard Faulkenberry Mrs. Sandra E. Faulkner ‘83 Mrs. Christine E. Fazzina ‘93 Mr. George L. Fennessey Mr. Joseph Fernandes ‘71 Mr. Joseph D. Fernandes ‘05 Mr. Daniel E. Ferreira ‘79 Mr. Keith Ferreira ‘06 Ms. M. Conceicao Ferreira ‘77 Mr. Michael J. Ferreira ‘77 Mr. Silvino C. Ferreira ‘77 Ms. Marie T. Field ‘76 Ms. Phyllis J. Figueiredo ‘87 Mr. Christopher P. Fingliss ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fink Ms. Danelle Fiorentino ‘90 Ms. Stephanie E. Fisher ‘99 Dr. Barbara J. Fitzgerald ‘76 Mr. Kirk J. Fitzsimmons ‘93

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Mr. Andrew P. Flanagan ‘94 Ms. Kathyrn Flemming Mr. Kenneth S. Flood ‘87 Mr. Thomas R. Flynn ‘62 Mr. Robert N. Foley, Sr. Mrs. Rose A. Follett ‘97 Mr. Bill Footer Mr. Stephen L. Forand ‘77 Mrs. Faith B. Ford ‘42 Ms. Shirley A. Fortes Ms. Kathleen D. Fortier ‘00 Mr. Kyle Andrew Fossey ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. David W. Fowle ‘73 Dr. and Mrs. Irving A. Fradkin Mr. Thomas J. Fredette ‘77 Dr. Janet L. Freedman R. J. Freel Associates Mr. Michael Frey ‘74 Mrs. Elizabeth Frias ‘03 Mr. Donald W. Frye, Jr. ‘87 Ms. Fen-ni Fu ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fuller Mr. Michael A. Furtado ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fusco Mr. Donald A. Gagne Mr. Robert W. Gagne ‘54 Mrs. Mary A. Galipeau ‘91 Mr. Daniel C. Gallagher ‘85 Ms. Theresa R. Galligan ‘74 Mr. Aaron Gamboa ‘92 Ms. Marianne A. Ganzenmuller ‘78 Mrs. Rita M. Gardner ‘83 Mr. Matthew D. Garrod ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gaspar Ms. Renee N. Gaudette ‘05 Mr. David F. Gauthier ‘83 and Mrs. Diane E. Gauthier-Lavoie ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gauvin ‘85 Mr. David W. Gavigan ‘61 Dr. and Mrs. Alan S. Geller The Rosalyn B. Geller Trust Mr. Bernard W. George ‘76 Mr. David Gibbs ‘81 Ms. Jacqueline Melanie Gibbs ‘05 Ms. Patricia A. Gibbs ‘93 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gifford Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gilberg Ms. Judith A. Giusti ‘99 Mr. Gordon E. Goldberg ‘93 Mr. Murray L. Goldberg Ms. Julia R. Golden ‘06 Mr. Allen G. Gonsalves ‘05 The Gonsalves Family Mr. Earl S. Gordon ‘54 Mr. John Gotal ‘93 Mr. Fernando M. Goulart ‘75 Mr. Patrick A. Gouveia ‘79 Mr. Joseph H. Gracia ‘78 Mrs. Rose M. Grant ‘71

Mr. Naaman Joseph Green ‘08 Ms. Claire Greenburg ‘82 Ms. Virginia R. Greenzang ‘73 Dr. David S. Greer ‘81 Mr. John J. Greichen ‘53 Lt. Col. Donna L.B. Grenon, USAF (Ret.) ‘71 Mr. Roy F. Grieder, Jr. ‘73 Mr. Edward Guida ‘92 Ms. Susan C. Gurganious ‘68 Mr. Marc Garson Gurvitch ‘08 Mrs. Jill A. Guthrie ‘90 Mr. C. David Hailey Hair Shed Mr. William E. Hall, Jr. ‘65 Ms. Debra M. Halligan ‘94 Mrs. Karen A. Halloran ‘79 Mr. Robert A. Hamburgess ‘74 Mrs. Paula A. Hamel ‘87 Mr. Bradford George Hammel ‘78 John Hancock Mutual Life Mr. David P. Handleman ‘91 Mr. Adam J. Hanley ‘06 Mr. Daniel R. Harper Mrs. Pamela J. Harris ‘88 Ms. Marie E.B. Hartley ‘05 Mr. Barry E. Haskell ‘71 Mr. Wayne A. Haskell ‘58 Haskon Aerospace Mr. William R. Hathaway ‘77 Mr. Barry T. Hauck ‘74 Mr. Wayne Hawes ‘84 Mr. Raymond F. Haworth ‘51 Professor Eugene Herman Mr. Wilfred S. Herrup Mr. David P. Hill ‘76 Mrs. Natalie Collins Hirshorn ‘89 Mr. Brian P. Hodson ‘72 Ms. Celeste A. Hoffmann Mr. Michael J. Hogan ‘89 Mr. Herbert W. Holman, Jr. Mr. Edgar L. Holmes, Jr. ‘72 Mrs. Jennifer M. Holmes ‘95 Mr. John E. Holmes Mr. Donald P. Horn ‘59 M. Hui Huang and Ms. Zhaohui A. Yang ‘97 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Hughes ‘89, ‘90 Ms. E. Jacqueline Hunt ‘76 Ms. Jennifer J. Hurley ‘99 Mrs. Susan J. Husk ‘88 Mrs. Gina M. Hyde ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Kim M. Hyland ‘73, ‘84 International Business Machines Match Company Mr. Russell R. Jackson ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan W. Jaffe Ms. Emily G. Janson

Mr. Mathew E. Janus ‘99 Mrs. Dorothy G. Jata ‘78 Mr. Allyn N. Jensrud ‘03 Mr. John P. Johannessen ‘80 Mrs. Barbara A. Johnson ‘75 Johnson & Johnson Mrs. Linda A. Kaldeck ‘69 Mr. Donald R. Kamienski ‘60 Mr. Douglas E. Kane ‘62 Mrs. Nancy C. Keane ‘65 Mr. David Kent Mr. John D. Kerr ‘76 Mr. Thomas Khoury ‘78 M. Sung-Hoon Kim Ms. Doris M. Kingman ‘76 Mr. Jonathan P. Klaren ‘94 Ms. Barbara L. Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Mahmoud K. Kobeissi ‘79 Koerner Design Co. Mrs. Muriel T. Kokoszka ‘81 Mr. Leonard V. Konarski ‘74 Mr. Ronald M. Koontz ‘93 Mrs. Janet D. Krobot ‘80 Professor Cynthia G. Kruger Mrs. Sylvia L. Kulpa ‘90 Ms. Frances Kut ‘75 Mr. Roland J. LaBossiere ‘62 Mr. Stephen L. Labrie ‘77 Mr. Wayne Lacouture ‘86 Mr. Neil M. LaFrance ‘76 Professor Helen A. LaFrancois Mr. James J. Lally ‘78 Mr. Scott L. Lamontagne ‘84 Ms. Lillian B. Lamoureux Mr. Paul K. Lamoureux ‘72 Mr. Matthew J. Landoch ‘69 Ms. Dawn M. Landreville ‘81 Ms. Melissa F. Langa Mr. Thomas J. Lapointe ‘75 Ms. Rachelle J. Lapre Mr. and Mrs. David E. Larsen Mr. Edward R. Lavagnino ‘52 Mr. Robert M. Lavery ‘70 Mr. Alvin C. Lavoie ‘77 Mr. Bruce S. Lavoie ‘98 Ms. Carole F. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lawrence Mr. Frank J. Lawrence ‘67 Mr. Robert A. Lawrence ‘70 Mr. Joseph R. Leal ‘40 Mr. Michael G. Leandro ‘79 Mr. Brian Leary Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Leary Ms. Amy M. Lebeau ‘97 Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. LeBlanc ‘59, ‘80 Attorney J. Louis LeBlanc ‘62 Ms. Amy L. Leduc ‘78


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Carol Moseley Braun, the first and only female AfricanAmerican ever elected to the U.S. Senate, highlighted an April 15 40th Anniversary Celebration for the Women’s Resource Center. The celebration included events to build the scholarship endowment for the Women’s Studies Program. Braun, a former Democratic presidential candidate and former Ambassador to New Zealand, whose public and private career has included leadership on creating a global and sustainable food supply entitled her talk, “Thinking Green: Living Organically through Sustainable Practices.” The Women’s Resource Center is the second oldest college-based women’s resource center in the country. The Center created and is selling a commemorative 40th anniversary calendar (April ’10–April ’11) designed by graphic design major Mary Beth Murphy ’10.

Mr. Mark L. Lefebvre ‘78 Ms. Jeanne M. Leffers Ms. Gwendolyn Leiter ‘03 Mr. Fernando A. Lemos ‘79 Chancellor Professor Steven J. Leon Mr. Paul LePage ‘67 Raymond A. Letourneau, Esq. Mr. Gerald P. Lewis ‘58 Mr. John L. Lewis ‘81 Attorney and Mrs. Bruce W. Lider ‘74 Mr. William G. Lisk ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Sayre A. Litchman Ms. Wendy Renee Litke ‘03 Mr. Mark E. Lodge ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. George P. Lomp Ms. Heather E. Lomuscio ‘04 Ms. Juanita Lopez ‘95 Ms. Norma J. Lord ‘08 Mr. Ronald W. Lourens ‘86 Mr. Christopher Lumping ‘07 Mr. Peter Lynch Mr. Steven F. Lynch ‘78 Ms. Brenda M. Macedo ‘81 Ms. Carol A. Macedo ‘74 Mr. Alan Machado ‘70 Mr. Mark W. Machado ‘85 Mr. Robert D. Machado ‘68 Mr. George M. Mackie ‘52 Mail Boxes, Etc. Mr. Edward J. Maloney Mr. Michael S. Manchester ‘67 Mr. Peter Marafino ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Marcelynas Ms. Risha H. Margolis ‘69 Mr. William B. Markey ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Marquis Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vincent Marron Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Marrone Ms. Georgette F. Martin ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Martin Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Martone

Mr. Maurice R. Masse ‘71 Ms. Luigina M. Matarazzo Mr. Ray Mathieu Ms. Lauren Mauceri Mr. David E. Maynard ‘89 Ms. Eleanor M. Mayo ‘90 Ms. Shevawn R. Mayo ‘07 Mr. Stephen D. McBride ‘04 Mr. Daniel McCarthy ‘81 Ms. Elaine M. McCarthy Mr. David B. McCombs ‘94 Ms. Julie A. McCormack ‘03 Ms. Debra L. McCormick ‘77 Mrs. Arlene Kostek McGonagle ‘98 Ms. Rachel J. McGourthy ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. James A. McGrath Mr. Robert J. McGrath ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. McGrath Mrs. Barbara L. McGrath Spencer ‘76 Mr. John S. McKenzie ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. McKenzie ‘79 Ms. Jayme M. McLaughlin ‘05 Mr. Michael J. McNally ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Medeiros ‘59, ‘79 Ms. Dorianna Medeiros Mr. Alfred J. Mello ‘67 Ms. Barbara A. Mello Mr. David Mello ‘70 Mr. Francis L. Mello Mr. James D. Mello ‘83 Mr. Richard C. Menard ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Mendell Ms. Ruth E. Mendonca Mrs. Rachelle L. Meredith ‘75 Mr. Steven Merrill ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Messier ‘02 Mr. Gary A. Michael ‘79 Mr. James C. Miczek ‘76 Ms. Roxanne E. Mihal ‘96 Mr. Kenneth B. Millett ‘69

Professor and Mrs. Anthony J. Miraglia ‘77 Mrs. Patricia M. Mitchell ‘77 Mr. Darius E. Modestow ‘97 Colonel and Mrs. Donald F. Mofford ‘81 Mr. John W. Montepare Mrs. Karla T. Moran ‘68 Mr. Mark A. Moreira ‘85 Ms. Janis A. Moses Mr. Paul J. Moses ‘89 Mrs. Anne E. Motta ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moulding ‘86 Ms. Ann M. Mullen ‘80 Ms. Claudia E. Mullin Mr. Stephen H. Mulrean ‘75 Mrs. Katherine M. Murphy ‘96 Mr. Michael D. Murphy ‘78 Mr. Richard J. Murphy ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Muse Mr. Mark A. Nault ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Nelson Ms. Melanie Netti Mr. Andrew R. Newman ‘87 Mrs. Linda Neyhart ‘72 Mr. John F. Nickerson, Jr. ‘01 Mr. Charles W. Nickles Mr. Brian D. Nobrega ‘79 Ms. Gina M. Nolan Mr. Emmanuel Normant Mr. John P. Norris ‘82 Mrs. Debra M. Noschese ‘81 Mr. Harry D. Nunez ‘05 Mrs. Vicki J. Nurse ‘00 Ms. Debra S. Nutter Ms. Karen A. O’Brien ‘78 Ms. Shea-Lynn M. Ocampo ‘06 Mr. Daniel C. O’Connell ‘64 Mr. Gary F. O’Grady ‘78 Ms. Meghan O’Leary ‘01 Mr. Michael S. O’Leary ‘87

Mrs. Judith A. Oliveira Ms. Pamela Oliveira ‘02 Mr. Stephen A. Olivier ‘88 Mr. Dennis P. Olson ‘77 Law Office of John C. O’Neil Mr. William R. O’Neil ‘52 Ms. Debora J. O’Reilly ‘88 Mr. Kevin R. O’Reilly ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Osuch ‘83, ‘04 Mr. Paul H. Ouellette ‘87 Mr. John H. Pacheco ‘63 Ms. Sally J. Paduch ‘08 Ms. Susan F. Paladino Ms. Dora L. Palardy Ms. Diane M. Palermo ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. David P. Palmer ‘92, ‘93 Ms. Sherri A. Palmer Palmyra General Med Practice, PLLC Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Parola ‘85 Mr. Robert V. Partington ‘50 Mrs. Mary M. Pasquale ‘89 Ms. Michele S. Paul ‘89 Mr. Joseph G. Paulo ‘93 Mr. Robert M. Payer ‘67 Ms. Carolyn Pearson ‘79 Mr. Robert Alan Pearson ‘52 Mr. Roger C. Pelletier ‘88 Reverend John J. Pennington, Jr. ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Pentheny ‘81, ‘80 Mr. Richard L. Pepin ‘83 Ms. Catherine M. Pereira ‘99 Ms. Nancy M. Peresta ‘83 Mr. Joel D. Perlin ‘75 Mr. Paul M. Perry ‘82 Mr. William J. Perry ‘66 Mr. Gerald F. Pietruska ‘67 Mr. John Pigott ‘80 Mr. William Pike Mr. Paul Pilat ‘87

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Ms. Rita Pildis Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Pineault Mr. Robert A. Place ‘60 Mr. Roland M. Place ‘63 Ms. Laurie A. Plante ‘92 Mr. John M. Plourde ‘64 Mr. Joseph A. Polito ‘76 Mrs. Arlene Pombo ‘00 Mr. Stanley J. Popielarz ‘66 Mr. Paul M. Potvin ‘04 Mrs. Gale M. Powers ‘80 Mr. John B. Powers, Jr. ‘95 Mr. Richard V. Poyant ‘80 Ms. Kristin Marie Prance ‘08 ProMutual Group Ms. Aline Proodian Ms. Aiyun Qi ‘00 Mrs. Beth A. Quinn ‘87 Ms. Karen E. Quinn ‘92 Mr. Jose L. Quinones R. B. Textiles Mr. Thomas Rainford Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Rak ‘86, ‘80 Mrs. Catherine A. Raker ‘89 Ms. Srividya Ramanathan Mr. Mark J. Ramberg Mrs. Elise T. Ramos ‘81 Mrs. Helen L. Ramsey Mrs. Anne J. Rantuccio ‘77 Ms. Jeannette D. Raposa ‘07 Mr. Joseph D. Raposa ‘52 Mr. Luis M. Raposo ‘83 Mr. Edmund S. Rapoza, Jr. ‘68 Mr. Christopher Ready ‘92 Mr. Jeffrey S. Reback ‘71 Ms. Patricia M. Rega Mr. and Ms. Ronald J. Rego ‘75, ‘02 Ms. Ann Upjohn Reimels ‘83 Ms. Elizabeth M. Reis ‘03 Ms. Allison E. Reitz ‘08 Mr. David M. Resendes ‘97 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Revzin Dr. Harold F. Riley ‘37 Mr. Kenneth J. Riley ‘07 Dr. Neil L. Ringler Mrs. Caralinn Rinoldo ‘87 Mr. Kenneth B. Ritchie ‘95 Mr. Joseph P. Roberto Ms. Martha Ann Robertshaw ‘79 Ms. Charlene M. Robillard ‘78 Mr. Samuel F. Rocco ‘77 and Mrs. Ann M. O’Brien-Rocco ‘77 Mr. John G. Rocha ‘52 Mr. Daniel M. Roderick ‘98 Mrs. Ida M. Roderick ‘56 Mrs. Marilyn J. Roderick ‘56 Mr. Michael J. Roderick ‘82 Mr. David Rodrigues ‘86 Mr. Douglas Rodrigues ‘80

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Mrs. Donna M. Rogers ‘81 Ms. Catherine Roies Mr. Stephen A. Romano ‘90 Mrs. Ayako Miyata Rooney ‘70 Dr. Bruce A. Rose Mr. James C. Rose Professor Manuel C. Rosenfield Mrs. Denise F. Ross Ms. Evelyn Rossman Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Rothschild Ms. Cathleen M. Roughan ‘81 Mr. Craig E. Rousseau ‘93 Ms. Susan B. Rowe ‘01 Mr. George J. Roy Mr. and Mrs. William M. Russell ‘85 Mrs. Cathy A. Russo ‘84 Mr. Michael J. Rutkowski Mrs. Judith E. Ryan ‘01 Mr. Dennis M. Sabourin ‘64 Mr. Howard L. Sacks ‘81 Ms. A. Diane Sansoucy Mrs. Tracey L. Santor Ms. Paula A. Saunders ‘74 Ms. Karen M. Sawyer ‘82 Mrs. Diane Scheffler ‘84 Mr. Alan S. Scheinman Mrs. Jean M. Schneider ‘76 Mr. Charles T. Schusner ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schwartz Mr. Edward M. Scioli ‘86 Ms. Julie E. Scleparis ‘85 Ms. Jennifer A. Sears ‘92 Mr. Stephen J. Sears ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. David Sebastiao Mr. John D. Seed, Jr. Mrs. Elise M. Servant ‘73 Mrs. Carmen Z. Setters ‘87 Mr. Neil P. Shanley Mr. Steven C. Sharek ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. Shaw ‘88 Mr. Walter F. Shea ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Sheehan Mr. Allen C. Sherman ‘76 Mr. Patrick J. Sherman ‘04 Mr. William Sherry ‘92 Mr. Richard H. Showalter, Jr. ‘73 Mr. William A. Sicard ‘90 Mr. Manuel H. Silva ‘80 Mr. Robert J. Silva ‘67 Mr. Raymond K. Silveira ‘50 Mr. Thomas Silveria ‘96 Mr. Justine Silvestri Mrs. Diane M. Silvia ‘86 Ms. Kimberly A. Silvia ‘07 Mr. Wayne R. Simarrian Mr. and Mrs. Gene B. Sims ‘92 Ms. Joanne Skaliotis ‘77 Mr. Thomas Skibinski ‘76 Ms. Renee E. Skidmore ‘01

Mr. Elliot Slom Mr. Edward D. Smith ‘94 Ms. Karin Smith ‘96 Mrs. Kelly R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Smith Mrs. Sylvia M. Smith ‘89 Ms. Mary H. Smoyer Professor James E. Soden Mr. John B. Sorel ‘90 Mr. Anthony A. Soressi Mr. David B. Souza ‘86 Mr. Richard F. Souza Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sparrow Ms. Susan Doran Spence ‘88 Ms. Rita L. Spencer Mrs. Rosemonde Reilly Spinelli ‘74 Mr. Henry L. Spingler ’68 Mr. Girard L. St. Amand ‘70 Ms. Janice St. Onge Mr. and Mrs. Joseph St. Onge Mrs. Nicole St. Pierre ‘98 Mrs. Sandra L. Stangohr ‘88 Ms. Rebecca E. Stanley ‘00 Mr. Tobias Stapleton Ms. Susan D. Starrett ‘73 Mr. Theodore R. Steliga ‘78 Dr. Laura J. Stewart ‘86 Ms. Lucy L. Stewart ‘94 Mr. Gregory R. Stidsen ‘71 Stop & Shop, Inc. Strom Engineering Mr. David J. Sullivan ‘03 Captain Dennis J. Sullivan ‘79 Ms. Kimberly M. Sullivan ‘92 Ms. Marie L. Sullivan ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Sullivan ‘80, ‘78 Ms. Rolande Sullivan ‘80 Mrs. Joanna A. Sunderland ‘73 Mr. Raymond C. Swenton ‘74 Mr. Gordon L. Sykes, Jr. ‘71 Ms. Denise M. Tailby ‘01 Ms. Shannon M. Tambolleo Ms. Kathleen Tamburri Mrs. Dianna B. Tate ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Tavares ‘64, ‘76 Mr. Paul E. Taylor ‘84 Mr. Richard J. Taylor ‘83 Mr. Paul E. Theberge ‘58 Mr. Henri-Louis Thiboutot ‘67 Ms. Linda S. Thomas ‘88 Mr. Peter J. Thomas Ms. Coreen A. Thompson ‘83 Mr. John R. Thompson ‘88 Mr. Timothy V. Thompson ‘00 Mr. James E. Throne ‘76 Mr. Robert E. Thurston ‘60 Mr. William David Titcomb ‘62 Mrs. Debora J. Tobojka ‘79

Mr. Steve Tosk Tracy’s Day Spa Mr. Dong Van Tran Dr. Linus Travers Mr. Kevin M. Travis ‘64 Mr. Martin E. Treadup ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. James Trearchis Mr. Bryan Tremblay Mrs. Carrie L. Tremko ‘79 Mr. William L. Trepanier ‘83 Ms. Therese J. Tresco Ms. Chiung-Hsin Tsao ‘04 Mr. Daniel J. Tschaen ‘77 Mr. Christopher Turek ‘78 Ms. Joanna D. Turner Ms. Lynn C. Turner ‘94 Unilever United States Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Urquhart Mrs. Jean M. Van Doren ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Ventura ‘73, ‘72 Ms. Monica A. Ventura ‘78 Mr. Thomas A. Viana ‘73 Mr. Gerald Victorino ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Vien ‘69, ‘90 Mr. Gary W. Vincent ‘81 Ms. Karyn D. Vincent ‘85 Mrs. Marcia W. Violante ‘64 Dr. Frank Vittimberga, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Waclawik ‘86, ‘78 Ms. Jeanette Wakulich Mr. and Mrs. James J. Waldron Mr. Michael Walsh ‘01 Mr. Bruce H. Walter ‘76 Wareham Nurse-Midwives, P.C. Mr. Richard C. Waring ‘69 Attorney and Mrs. David H. Waxler Mrs. Joanna M. Weeks ‘79 Ms. Patricia A. Welsh ‘73 Mr. David F. Westgate Ms. Erna A. Westwig Mr. Trey H. Whalley ‘94 Ms. Lori A. Whelan ‘85 Ms. Michelle M. White ‘90 Mr. Paul J. White ‘88 Mrs. Juliette L. Whitehead ‘89 Mr. Maurice Wiernicki ‘81 Ms. Elizabeth A. Williams ‘63 Mr. Jeffrey D. Wilson ‘77 Dr. Paul F. Wilson ‘61 Mr. James Allan Wolstenholme ‘57 Mr. Allen Wong ‘81 Mr. Walter J. Wordell ‘60 Mr. Mark C. Worden ‘95 Ms. Linda B. Works


Wyeth Matching Grants for Aid to Educational Institutions and Hospitals Ms. Nili Yolin Mr. Henry J. Zapasnik ‘73 Ms. Elizabeth A. Zelski ‘73 Mr. James R. Zisson ‘82 Mrs. Jan R. Ziter ‘77 Mr. Matthew A. Zito ‘93 Dr. and Mrs. Max Zurflueh Mr. Dirk A. Zwart ‘77 Friend

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Mr. Magnus Aadland ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Abramowicz Mr. and Mrs. David Accardi Acushnet Fence Mrs. Susan Adamowski ‘84 Mr. James W. Adams ‘77 Ms. Winifred Anne Adams ‘65 Mr. Louis A. Adreani ‘87 Dr. Rahim Aghai ‘06 Ms. Joy Aginsky ‘04 Ms. Michele E. Agostinho ‘99 Mr. Luis F. Aguiar ‘75 Mr. Arnold H. Ahlquist Mrs. Virginia L. Aiello ‘82 Albanese Family Revocable Trust of 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Albanese Ms. Shelley A. Albanese ‘96 Mr. Gary Michael Albert ‘07 Ms. Sally M. Aldrich ‘87 Mr. George J. Alexander, Jr. ‘69 Ms. Claire M. Allard ‘74 Mr. Eugene F. Allen ‘87 Mr. Jonathan Allen ‘71 Mr. Keith M. Allen ‘04 Mr. Robert N. Allen, Sr. ‘04 Mrs. Victoria M. Allison ‘71 Ms. Toni M. Almeida Mr. James C. Alosi ‘61 Mrs. Lynn Alpert Mrs. Ceniya Alves ‘02 Mr. David L. Alves Mr. Robert A. Alves ‘65 Mr. Steven Alves ‘79 Mr. Carlos A. Amado ‘78 Ms. Lisa M. Amaral Mr. Michael A. Amarello ‘86 Mr. Anthony Amichetti Mr. Michael C. Anastos Ms. Camille S. Anderson ‘99 Ms. Karlie E. Andersen ‘06 Ms. Mary I. Andrade ‘81 Ms. Idalecia M. Andre ‘81 Mr. Robert A. Andrews, Jr. ‘02 Mr. Ernest S. Angstadt ‘88

Anonymous Ms. Kimberly Anthony Ms. Pamela Aranov ‘75 Mrs. Andrea S. Arquette ‘01 Mrs. Dorothy A. Arrigo ‘80 Mrs. Janice A. Arruda ‘76 Mr. Joseph R. Arsenault ‘75 Ms. Loretta G. Arsenault ‘82 Ms. Aimee M. Arsenian ‘07 Mrs. Amber J. Ashton ‘93 Mrs. Janis M. Aten ‘80 Mr. Henry E. Aubut ‘70 Ms. Kathleen S. Audette ‘91 Mr. William B. Auerbach ‘74 Mr. Joseph W. Augustyn ‘69 Ms. Patricia R. Avellar ‘73 Mrs. Jeanne L. Avila ‘87 Ms. Lois J. Ayash ‘77 Mrs. Claudette A. Azar ‘89 Mrs. Lorraine M. Azar ‘71 Mr. Thomas E. Babington ‘85 Mrs. Patricia R. Bailey-Lindsey ‘74 Mr. Allen R. Baker ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Baker ‘74 The Baker Group Ms. Vicki Abbott Bancroft ‘03 Mr. John M. Bandarra, Jr. ‘59 Ms. Estelle M. Banks ‘91 Ms. Sharon L. Baptiste ‘74 Mr. Gan Barber ‘75 Mr. Michael J. Barber ‘62 Mr. Kevin Barbosa Mr. Steven D. Barboza ‘79 Mr. Michael S. Bare ‘84 Ms. Susan Barlow Mr. John Barr ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Deon M. Barrett ‘95, ‘94 Ms. Kristina Rae Barrett ‘08 Ms. Meredith P. Barrett ‘05 Mr. Robert H. Barrett, Sr. Dr. Clyde W. Barrow Mrs. Denise M. Barry ‘84 Ms. Jacqueline B. Basile ‘90 Ms. Odessa S. Bates ‘03 Dr. Wayne E. Bates ‘87 Mr. Douglas J. Bator ‘80 Ms. Jane Battaglia Mrs. Priscilla M. Bayreuther ‘54 Mr. Nathaniel M. Beale ‘77 Mr. William H. Beaudry ‘75 Mr. Andrew Lee Beaumont ‘04 Mr. John P. Beausoleil ‘98 Ms. Judith M. Beavan ‘80 Ms. Sandra A. Belanger ‘72 Mr. Jack H. Belkin Mr. Richard Bellefeuille ‘82 Mr. Steven M. Belleville ‘84 Mr. Bernard Bendiksen ‘70

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Mrs. Carolyn S. Bendiksen ‘62 Mr. James F. Beneduci ‘75 Ms. Sharon Philbin Bennett ‘08 Mrs. Tina M. Bennett ‘92 Ms. Joanne Benshoff ‘94 Mrs. Keri-Ann Benson ‘00 Mr. Erik Berggren ‘82 Ms. Evalyn Marie Fox Berlenbach ‘42 Mrs. Barbara Bernard ‘78 Ms. Cheryl A. Bernard-Dort ‘02 Mr. Conrad O. Bernier ‘98 Mr. A. Robert Bernstein ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bertrand Mr. Joseph Berube ‘57 Dr. Crystal Bickford ‘93 Mr. Thomas W. Bigelow ‘07 Ms. Starr B. Billard ‘08 Mr. Joseph M. Bilodeau ‘79 Ms. Sandra Bilodeau ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. David Bird Ms. Donna M. Biscari ‘71 Mr. Louis J. Bitar ‘62 Mr. Andrew C. Bjornson ‘78 Miss Cheryl A. Blackburn ‘05 Ms. Patricia M. Blanchard ‘00 Mr. Arthur F. Bleakney Mr. Gerald R. Blumenthal ‘71 Mr. Shawn Bolarinho ‘06 Mr. Paul J. Bollea ‘75 Mr. James D. Bolton ‘74 Mr. Jesse C. Bonnell ‘07 Ms. Arleen M. Booker ‘83 Mrs. Karen M. Booth ‘84 Mr. Thomas Booth ‘71 Mrs. Sharon J. Borecki ‘81 Mr. Peter A. Borgognone Mrs. Denise M. Boscoe ‘04 Mr. Gary J. Boska ‘75 Mr. Wayne B. Botelho ‘95 Mr. Michael E. Botieri ‘81 Mr. Hormidas R. Boucher ‘38 Ms. Alexandria E. Boudreau ‘79 Ms. Brenda Boudreau ‘01 Ms. Rita Boudreau ‘98 Ms. Nicole R. Boudria ‘98 Mr. Charles F. Boulay ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bouley ‘74, ‘89 Ms. Catherine E. Bourassa ‘77 Mrs. Marie A. Bourassa ‘91 Mr. Keith B. Bourdon ‘74 Ms. Christine C. Bourgeois ‘77 Mrs. Lynne T. Bowler ‘81 Ms. Susan Boyajian ‘97 Mr. Gregory G. Boyd ‘90 Mr. William A. Bradbury ‘60 Mr. John Bradford ‘85 Mr. Gordon Smith Bradley ‘51 Mr. Robert E. Brady ‘55

Mrs. Susan M. Brady ‘85 Mr. William Brady ‘83 Ms. Lucia Braga Mrs. Jacqueline Marie Branco ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Braz Mr. Gabriel C. Brazao ‘69 Ms. Francine M. Breault ‘71 Ms. Delia O’Dea Brennan ‘05 Mr. Alex Bresnan Mr. James H. Brightman ‘90 Ms. Gail Brimicombe ‘92 Ms. Lillian C. Brisebois ‘70 Mr. Charles V. Brock ‘60 Mr. Paul R. Brodeur ‘75 Mr. Matthew J. Brother ‘08 Mr. William H. Brough ‘81 Ms. Kathleen M. Brown ‘68 Mr. Paul Brown ‘74 Mr. Robert M. Brown, Jr. ‘59 Mr. James E. Brownell ‘62 Ms. Danielle Marie Browning ‘07 Mr. Nils J. Bruzelius Mr. James F. Bryan, Jr. ‘74 Ms. Elisa K. Bucchianeri ‘04 Ms. Karin Williams Buckley ‘73 Mr. Lawrence Buckley Building Medics, Inc. Ms. Susan Bumpus ‘84 Mr. Leonard E. Burgmyer ‘69 Mr. Mark R. Burns Mr. Norman A. Burns ‘59 Mr. Thomas Burns, Jr. ‘56 Mr. Craig Burrell ‘79 Mrs. Margaret A. Bushy ‘99 Ms. Ann M. Butterfield ‘75 Mrs. Geraldine Butz ‘57 Mr. Eugene V. Byron ‘59 Mrs. Nancy J. Byron ‘71 Ms. Ruth E. Cabana ‘77 Mr. Gary I. Cabral ‘76 Mr. Jose A. Cabral Mr. Joseph T. Cabral, Jr. ‘77 Mrs. Therese A. Cabral ‘77 Mr. William Cadieux, Jr. ‘87 Mr. Matthew G. Cadorette ‘91 Mrs. Marie Levesque Caduto ‘82 Mr. James Caeran Mr. Stephen M. Caffelle ‘89 Ms. Cheryl A. Cahill ‘82 Mr. James F. Cairns ‘41 Mr. Thomas Nichlos Cakounes ‘07 Ms. Jane Caldwell Mr. Keith Caldwell ‘81 Ms. Jeanne Callen ‘07 Mr. John W. Calnan ‘67 Mrs. Karen J. Calnan ‘94 Mr. James J. Camacho ‘82 Attorney Joan E. Camara ‘73 Mr. Shawn H. Cambra ‘05

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Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Campbell Mr. Jeffrey Campbell Ms. Virginia F. Campbell Cangello & Burns Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cangello Mrs. Cheryl A. Cannon ‘86 Ms. Marilyn Caplin ‘71 Ms. Patricia Cappola Ms. Dianne P. Carchedi ‘71 Mr. William J. Cardozo ‘74 Mrs. Joan T. Carfagno ‘53 Mr. Francis J. Carlozzi Mr. Michael J. Carlozzi ‘05 Mrs. Kristy L. Carlson ‘99 Mrs. Linda J. Carney ‘77 Ms. Maura E. Carney ‘05 Mrs. Naomi R.A. Carney ‘82 Mrs. Margaret M. Caron ‘77 Mrs. Sandra Rodriques Carpenter ‘91 Mr. Benjamin A. Carr ‘07 Mrs. Tammy E. Carreiro ‘88 Ms. Denise M. Carrier ‘74 Mr. Joseph Andrew Carrier ‘58 Mr. Thomas J. Carroll ‘60 Ms. Kimberly Carvalho Mr. Richard A. Casano ‘71 Ms. Ida Case Mrs. Anne Cass ‘04 Mr. Steven M. Cassell ‘86 Mr. Arthur F. Cassidy, Jr. ‘76 Mr. Thomas M. Cayer ‘91 Mrs. Kellie M. Cayton-Gouvier ‘93 Mr. Gary M. Cecil ‘71 Mr. Edward A. Cederholm, Jr. ‘77 Ms. Dianne M. Cella ‘75 Mr. Raymond A. Chace, Jr. ‘79 Ms. Janice L. Chadwick ‘81 Mr. Andre L. Chaloux ‘55 Mr. William D. Chamberlain ‘71 Mr. Herbert C. Chao ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Chapman ‘80 Mr. Kieran J. Chapman ‘71 Mr. Kevin M. Chappell ‘05 Mr. Claude R. Charest ‘75 and Ms. Torrey L. Adams ‘75 Mr. Steven P. Charest ‘79 Mr. Brian D. Charron ‘00 Mr. Brendan Francis Chenelle ‘08 Mr. Lawrence Chiarella ‘07 Mrs. Lisa A. Chisholm ‘91 Ms. Robin A. Chlebek ‘82 Ms. Young-Soon Mary Choo ‘86 Mr. Marc D. Ciminello ‘84 Mr. David W. Ciszkowski ‘97 Mrs. Sandra M. Clark ‘83 Clifford Marketing Mr. Philip A. Clorite ‘50 Mr. Delmar Dexter Clough ‘57

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2010 Scholarship luncheon Ms. Claire Cobb ‘88 Mr. David W. Coble ‘79 Ms. Anita H. Cohen Mr. David T. Cohen Mr. Kenneth W. Collard ‘68 Ms. Rebecca Collette Mr. William B. Collins ‘77 Mr. Douglas P. Conlan ‘71 Ms. Mary V. Conlon ‘91 Ms. Jean Connor Mr. J. Eric Conroy ‘79 Constellation Energy Group Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Donna M. Contardo ‘85 Mr. Michael F. Conway ‘79 Mrs. Betsy Dillingham Cook ‘83 Mrs. Gertrude S. Cook ‘85 Mr. Christopher B. Cooney ‘90 Mr. William P. Coots ‘72 Ms. Cathy J. Cormier ‘88 Ms. Aurora Correia ‘82 Mrs. Jodie M. Correia ‘97 Mr. Mario J. Correia ‘84 Mr. Victor A. Correia ‘89 Mr. Jeremy Corriveau ‘01 Mr. Simeon A. Cortezano ‘07 Ms. Lisa S. Cory ‘86 Mrs. Debra Costa ‘95 Mrs. Isabel M. Costa ‘99 Mr. Mark Costa ‘08 Ms. Pamela A. Costa ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Costa Mr. William Costa ‘94 Mr. Steven John Costas ‘06 Ms. Mary L. Costello Daly ‘83 Dr. Edmond P. Cote, Jr. ‘69 Mr. Edward R. Cote ‘66 Mrs. Joan T. Cote ‘02 Mr. Richard J. Cote ‘75 Cottage Antiques Mr. and Mrs. James E. Coughlin ‘84 Mr. Scott A. Coulter ‘78

Mr. Eugene L. Courteau ‘84 Ms. Caroline B. Courth ‘90 Mr. Pedro L. Coutinho ‘04 Ms. Michelle A. Croft ‘95 Mrs. Judy L. Cromwell ‘87 Mr. Peter M. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Peter Crowley III ‘84, ‘80 Ms. Ethel M. Crumley ‘01 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Cummings ‘76 Mr. James M. Cunniff ‘66 Ms. Rebecca M. Cuoco ‘88 Ms. Dawn S. Curtis ‘80 Mr. Thomas R. Curtiss ‘83 M. Meera Devi Curung Mr. James E. Cusson ‘92 Mrs. Gail Custadio ‘75 Mr. Lewis S. Dabney Ms. Renee F. DaCosta ‘04 Mr. Scott K. Daggett ‘97 Mr. W. N. Perry Daley ‘04 Ms. Maria J. DeSousa D’Alu ‘71 Mr. Stewart Dalzell Ms. Mary C. D’Ambrosio ‘79 Ms. Lynda D’Amico ‘77 Ms. Betsy Damos ‘64 Mrs. Melissa M. Danforth ‘93 Mr. Fredric C. Danhauser ‘74 Ms. Janice W. Daniel ‘87 Ms. Teresa A. D’Anna ‘02 Ms. Theresa M. Darcy ‘01 Mr. Adam J. Darowski ‘00 Mr. Rajeev Sunil Das ‘08 Mr. Fernando DaSilva ‘75 Mr. David B. Dauer ‘75 Mrs. Lorena P. Dauteuil ‘90 Mr. Gregory J. David ‘07 Mr. Nicholas T. David ‘07 Mrs. Rosemarie David ‘84 Ms. Cynthia D. Davis ‘85 Mrs. Gayle E. Davis ‘01 Mr. Walter E. Davis ‘70

Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Dawley Mrs. Isabel A. Dean ‘78 Ms. Ana P. DeBarros ‘88 Mr. Robert M. Dec ‘75 Mr. Wesley T. Decampos ‘77 Mr. Daniel DeCosta ‘05 Mrs. Susan DeCoste ‘95 Ms. Melinda M. Defreitas ‘07 Ms. Mary Jane DeGrazia Mr. Mark E. Delaney ‘01 Mr. Gerald J. Delisle ‘77 Mr. James Deliyiannis ‘80 Mr. Robert P. Dellibovi ‘07 Ms. Michele L. Demarco ‘81 Mrs. Mary Ellen DeMello ‘83 DeMello Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeMello, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John E. DeMello Ms. Stacey M. Demelo ‘08 Mr. Michael Deneault ‘02 Ms. Kristen L. Depaola ‘08 Mr. Louis DePasquale Ms. Lorraine H. DePonte ‘89 Mr. Steven A. DeRossi Mrs. Lillian M. Desjardins ‘42 Mr. Ronald G. Desnoyers ‘77 Mrs. Joyce S. DeSousa ‘68 Ms. Ann M. Desrosiers ‘79 Ms. Dorothy L. Desrosiers ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Marc W. Desroches ‘84, ‘86 Mr. Richard E. Desrosiers ‘69 Ms. Gail A. Deterra ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. DiBenedetto, Sr. Mrs. Shawna M. DiBona ‘96 Ms. Joyce DiCandio ‘80 Dr. Karen L. Dick ‘76 Ms. Sara L. Dickson ‘85 Mr. Mario J. DiGiacomo, Jr. ‘02 Mr. Nathan Jay DiPerri ‘07 Ms. Rebecca L. Dobbs ‘02 Ms. Beth A. Doherty ‘76 Mrs. Jennifer Brooke Doherty ‘08 Mr. John J. Doherty ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doherty Mr. Gilbert C. D’Oliveira ‘66 Mr. Anthony L. Domenici ‘05 Ms. Jo-Anne M. Donadini ‘89 Mr. Frank B. Donahue ‘65 Mr. William Donahue Mr. Brian C. Donlan ‘93 Ms. Barbara E. Donnellan ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Donnelly Ms. Kathryn L. Dooley ‘81 Mrs. Amy L. Dowe ‘95 Mr. William J. Dower ‘66 Mrs. Carol Doyle ‘80 Mr. John A. Dressel IV ‘96 Ms. Helen C. Drew ‘76


Mr. Erich A. Dreyer ‘05 Mr. John C. Driscoll ‘82 Mr. Michael T. Drought ‘99 Mrs. Pamela R. Drouin ‘80 Ms. Judy M. Duarte ‘89 Dr. Gary G. Dube ‘74 Ms. Pauline J. Dube ‘91 Dr. Barbara Dubin Mr. Wayne L. Dubreuil Mrs. Joanne W. Duckworth ‘70 Mr. George G. Dudley ‘80 Ms. Susan V. Duenas ‘80 Mr. Donald J. Dufault ‘86 Ms. Michelle M. Dufault ‘08 Mr. Kevin M. Duff ‘90 Ms. Moira H. Duffy ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard D. Dufour ‘80, ‘81 Mr. Chester G. Dufrane ‘78 Mr. Robert Dufresne ‘72 Ms. Maureen S. Dugas ‘90 Mr. Laurent E. Duhamel ‘91 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Dumas ‘85 Mr. Donald N. Dumont ‘71 Mrs. Celeste M. Dupuis ‘80 Mrs. Donna J. Dusseault Callega ‘81 Ms. Diane Dutra ‘98 Ms. Nicole M. Dwyer ‘92 Very Reverend Walter M. Dziordz ‘77 Ms. Anne Dziura ‘03 Mrs. Margery E. Eagles ‘72 Mr. Charles E. Eckert ‘79 Mr. Arthur W. Eddleston ‘89 Mr. Monzurul M. Ehsan ‘96 Ms. Rebecca J. Eilers ‘08 Ms. Simone M. Elia ‘07 Mrs. Jennie R. Elias ‘73 Mr. Kerry C. Elinskas ‘82 Mr. Jeffrey Ell Mr. Brian Elmes Mr. Charles L. Elste ‘72 Mrs. Gail E. English-White ‘71 Mr. Robert Enos ‘86 Mr. Paul R. Erickson ‘75 Ms. Joanne B. Esancy ‘80 Mrs. Jane S. Eslinger ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Espindola ‘79, ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Espinola Mrs. Debra A. Evans ‘73 Mr. Jonathan K. Evans ‘75 Dr. John T. Everett ‘65 Ms. Jean M. Facchiano ‘01 Chancellor Professor Gilbert Fain Ms. Elizabeth R. Falabella ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. James Falk Ms. Joan M. Fallon ‘73 Ms. Christina Oluwatosi Faniro-Dada ‘06

Mr. Stephen J. Fanning ‘80 Mr. Carlton M. Faria ‘76 Mr. Daniel J. Faria ‘86 Mr. Charles N. Farris ‘92 Mr. William C. Faye ‘80 Mr. Joshua F. Fedele ‘04 Mr. Robert M. Feinberg Ms. Vasiliki A. Feldmar ‘86 Ms. Angela A. Fell A.H. Ferguson Company Mr. Alan H. Ferguson ‘74 Ms. Marjorie E. Ferguson ‘73 Mr. Dave Fernandes ‘91 Mr. David Fernandes ‘71 Ms. Jeanne M. Fernandes ‘97 Ms. Jessica Fernandes ‘00 Mr. Patrick R. Fernsten ‘03 Mr. Gerald J. Ferreira ‘77 Ms. Kimberly Ferreira Ms. Maria M. Ferreira ‘81 Mrs. Isilda M. Ferro-Dos Santos ‘84 Mr. Joel Finkelstein ‘70 Mr. Jonathan F. Finn ‘96 Ms. Kristen K. Fischer ‘01 Mr. Paul D. Fistori, Jr. ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fitzgerald Ms. Debra A. Fitzsimmons ‘84 Mrs. Carol J. Flack ‘76 Mr. Robert H. Flanagan ‘71 Mr. Thomas R. Flanagan ‘73 Ms. Martha B. Flanigan ‘78 Mrs. Toni-Lynn Silvia Flewelling ‘92 Ms. Laureen A. Florio ‘77 Mr. Bryan Foley Mrs. Kristen M. Foley ‘91 Ms. Sally Foley Mr. Allen Fonseca ‘06 Ms. Rebekah J. Fontaine ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Fontes Ms. Maria C. Fontes Ms. Wendy Forbush ‘80 Mrs. Diane I. Forcier ‘74 Mr. Paul J. Fortier ‘81 Mr. Roger H. Fortier ‘78 Mr. Donald A. Foster ‘72 Mr. George A. Foster Ms. Susan M. Foster ‘96 Mr. Edward F. Fowler, Jr. ‘77 Mrs. Gloria S. Franco ‘86 Ms. Ann H. Frank ‘03 Mr. Gerald Franklin Ms. Stella T. Frascotti ‘81 Ms. Rhonda L. Fraser ‘89 Mrs. Suzette M. Fraser ‘83 Ms. Alice Frates Mrs. Geraldine D. Frates ‘77 Ms. Andrea L. Frechette ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Friar ‘75, ‘74 Ms. Hetty Friedman ‘77

within reach.

Ms. Wendy G. Friedman ‘78 Ms. Lesley A. Frost ‘88 Ms. Heather Frugoli ‘98 Mrs. Marthamarie C. Fuller ‘74 Mrs. Nina J. Fulton-Tolken ‘75 Mr. Edward Furtado ‘53 Ms. Mary E. Furtado ‘07 Mrs. Cheryl C. Furze ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Pierre J. Gabriel ‘75, ‘78 Ms. Cheryl A. Gagliardi ‘88 Dr. and Mrs. John A. Gagliardi Mr. Theodore C. Gagliardi, Jr. ‘85 Mrs. Denise D. Gagne ‘75 Ms. Jane F. Gagne ‘81 Ms. Christine M. Gagnon ‘87 Ms. Judy A. Gagnon ‘75 Mr. Henry Galary ‘57 Mrs. Kathleen M. Gallagher Mr. Richard T. Gallagher, Jr. ‘90 Ms. Janet Gallella Ms. Robin L. Galligan ‘07 Mr. Robert M. Gaouette ‘00 Mrs. Carol M. Garand ‘69 Mrs. Jennifer R.F. Garanito ‘87 Ms. Cynthia A. Garcia ‘85 Ms. Norma Lee Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Gardner Mr. Terence P. Garvey ‘75 Mr. Stephen R. Garvin ‘93 Ms. Vera Gassar Ms. Valerie Gately ‘82 Professor Glenn R. Gaudette ‘89 Ms. Constance Gauthier ‘90 Mr. Marcel W. Gautreau ‘70 Ms. Anne M. Gauvin ‘91 Mr. Leo W. Gavin, Jr. ‘80 Mrs. Linda M. Geary ‘77 Mr. Thomas R. Geary ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. William Gesner Mr. William E. Giblin ‘57, ‘06 Mr. William E. Gifford ‘62 Mr. Jay N. Gillis ‘84 Mr. Mark Philip Gilmore ‘81 Mr. Lawrence E. Gisetto ‘74 Mr. Mark J. Gisherman ‘84 Ms. Goldie S. Gitlin Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Glazer Mr. James V. Glover ‘97 Mr. John J. Gobell ‘73 Mr. William J. Gobush ‘97 Ms. Paula Rae Goldman ‘97 Mr. Ruben Goldstein Mrs. Debra J. Golen ‘89 Ms. Carol P. Gomes ‘90 Mrs. Nancy Gomes ‘92 Mrs. Patricia A. Gomes ‘78 Mr. Michael J. Gonet ‘81 Ms. Osmana R. Gonzalez ‘06

Professor Emeritus Fryderyk E. Gorczyca ‘58 Mrs. Margaret T. Goslin ‘72 Ms. Ruth A. Gosselin ‘73 Mr. David L. Gotwalt ‘79 Mr. Thomas W. Goucher ‘07 Mrs. Nancy J. Goulart ‘92 Mr. John Barton Goulding ‘60 Mr. Frank J. Gracia ‘75 Ms. Cynthia F. Graham ‘77 Mr. Dennis M. Grant ‘75 Mr. Donald Gray ‘59 Mr. Walter M. Gray ‘62 Mrs. Ann E. Greel Mr. Daniel Green Mr. Harry Green ‘84 Mr. Henry D. Greenlaw ‘39 Ms. Denise A. Gregoire ‘80 Ms. Lydia A. Griffin Ms. Lisa A. Grillo ‘87 Ms. Leasa Grinnell Mr. Stan Grochmal Dr. Barbara L. Grota ‘79 Ms. Maria V. Grungo ‘00 Mrs. Lea A. Guay-Batson ‘94 Mr. Richard S. Guerin ‘02 Mrs. Cheryl A. Guerra ‘80 Mr. Earle F. Guilford, Jr. ‘73 Mrs. Lynne M. Guimond ‘89 Mrs. Laura Ferro Gula ‘71 Mrs. Katherine H. Gutman ‘86 Ms. Susan M. Guy ‘73 Mr. Terence Haaland ‘81 Mr. Leonard Hackett ‘55 Ms. Stephanie Hackett Ms. Cathylee B. Hague ‘80 Professor and Mrs. Severin Haines ‘69 Mrs. Anne M. Hall ‘71 Ms. Eileen M. Hall ‘79 Mrs. Karen L. Hallett-LaRoche ‘79 Mrs. Diane B. Halstead ‘71 Ms. Judith A. Hambleton ‘00 Mrs. Darlene M. Hamilton ‘85 Ms. Beth Ann Hamlet ‘08 Mr. John H. Hammond ‘08 Mrs. Carol A. Hanley ‘68 Ms. Elizabeth A. Hanley Mrs. Melany A. Hansen ‘82 Mrs. Sheila G. Harbst Mr. Michael S. Hardman ‘82 Dr. Peter J. Hardro ‘95 Mr. William K. Hargreaves ‘69 Mrs. Jean F. Harmon ‘79 Ms. Nancy M. Harmon Mr. Peter Harmon Ms. Maura J. Harrington ‘08 Mr. James W. Harrison ‘58 Mr. John S. J. Harrison ‘57 Mr. Gary J. Hartwell ‘77

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Ms. Judith A. Haskell ‘90 Ms. Rita Hass Mr. David S. Hawkins ‘85 Mrs. Joy A. Hawkins-Mikolay ‘86 Ms. Julie E. Hayden ‘77 Ms. Karen Hayden ‘01 Ms. Constance B. Hayes ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. David Hayward Mrs. Debra J. Healey ‘84 Ms. F. Deborah Healey ‘77 Mr. Robert P. Hebda ‘76 Ms. Kerry Campbell Hebert ‘95 Mr. Melvin D. Heckman ‘56 Mr. Eli Heimberg ‘74 Mr. Jan-Martin Heise ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Henderson ‘62 Ms. Marion E. Henderson ‘75 Mrs. Katy A. Henrtems ‘02 Mr. Dennis J. Henzel ‘58 Ms. Laurie Hepworth Ms. Kathryn M. Hess ‘07 Mr. Alexander T. Hetzeck ‘84 Ms. Sarah G. Hewins Mr. Michael J. Hickey ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hickman ‘79, ‘75 Mr. Kevin Hines ‘82 Mr. Anthony A. Hirsch ‘78 Mr. Jonathan R. Hoffmann ‘03 Mr. John C. Holland ‘84 Mr. Robert A. Holmlund ‘66 Mr. Ernest P. Holt, Jr. ‘56 Mr. Thomas W. Hopkins ‘85 Mr. Walter R. Horak ‘95 Mrs. Claudia A. Horsley ‘79 Mr. Peter Howard Mr. George C. Howayeck, Sr. ‘55 Ms. Wei-Chu Hsu ‘06 Mr. George B. Hudson ‘75 Mr. Robert P. Huff ‘73 Ms. Amanda K. Huggon-Mauretti ‘04 Ms. Lauren J. Hughes ‘07 Mrs. Tina Humphreys ‘89 Ms. Michele M. Hurd ‘06 Mr. Jeffrey D. Illsley ‘83 Inspire 2 Knit & Tea Mr. Thaddeus A. Irzyk Mrs. Gail Isaksen ‘67 Mr. Charles W. Isherwood ‘72 Ms. Sharon K. Jacek ‘77 Mrs. Oksana V. Jackim ‘04 Ms. Ruth Jackson ‘85 Ms. Danusia T. Jacobs ‘87 Mr. Christopher Michael Jacobsen ‘08 Mr. Charles W. Janda ‘69 Mr. Robert E. Jaquith ‘07 Mrs. Diane M. Jarvis ‘77 Ms. Janet F. Jasinski ‘73 Mr. Alan C. Jason ‘65 Ms. Kathleen Jeffries ‘87

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Mr. Mark E. Jenkins ‘84 Mr. Jonathan E. Jennett ‘02 Mrs. Bernice A. Jensen ‘82 J.M.S. Ms. Victoria M. Joaquim ‘01 Mr. Alexander H. Johnson ‘62 Mr. Glenn M. Johnson ‘98 Ms. Kristen A. Johnson ‘07 Mr. Lloyd Johnson Mrs. Pauline Johnson ‘66 Ms. Courtney L. Jones ‘01 Ms. Debra L. Jones ‘91 Dr. Sandra Ann Gracia Jones ‘74 Joseph & Shirley Luiz Mr. Michael J. Joyce ‘85 Mr. Richard T. Julio ‘56 Mr. Christopher Julius ‘83 Mr. John T. Jurgilewicz ‘07 Mrs. Edith A. Kameron Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kane Mr. Thomas H. Kannally, Jr. ‘79 Ms. Susan C. Kaput ‘70 Mr. Dennis J. Karol ‘74 Mr. Edward S. Katersky ‘67 Mrs. Martha E. Kay ‘72 Mrs. Kerry J. Kelleher ‘96 Ms. Mary E. Kelleher ‘77 Mr. Brian C. Kelly ‘78 Mr. Edward M. Kelly ‘65 Mr. John P. Kelly ‘93 Ms. Kathleen J. Kelly ‘84 Ms. Diana M. Kennedy ‘97 Mr. James M. Kenney ‘81 Mr. John C. Keppel ‘90 Mr. Aaron J. Kessler ‘08 Mr. Nathan Charles Ketchel ‘07 Ms. Elizabeth Kiely Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. King ‘71 Mrs. Vanessa M. King ‘04 Mrs. Nicole G. Kintner ‘08 Ms. Susan L. Kirby ‘80 Mrs. Deborah A. Kirk ‘77 Mr. Michael R. Kirkwood ‘77 Mrs. Rita A. Kittredge ‘88 Ms. Olivia Kiuhan ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Jay C. Kivowitz ‘91 Mrs. Kathryn M. Knight ‘72 Ms. Sonia Kobrin ‘80 The Honorable Robert M. Koczera ‘75 Mr. Kevin A. Koffink ‘85 Mr. Roderic Komar Mrs. Natalia C. Konarski ‘88 Ms. Cynthia Kosinski ‘82 Mr. Ivan M. Kranich ‘49 Mr. Donald T. Krudys ‘79 Ms. Janice Ferretti Krueger ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kruger ‘70, ‘69 Mr. Robert A. Kugler

Mrs. Pearl L. Kydd ‘80 L.E.A. Designs Ms. Rhonda L. Lackey ‘90 Mr. Bradley W. Lacouture ‘90 Ms. Gail T. Laferriere ‘08 Mr. Paul R. Lagasse ‘86 Mr. George Lai ‘07 Mr. John T. Lally ‘84 Ms. Joann Lambert ‘77 Mr. John T. Lambert ‘04 Mr. Jeffrey J. Lamothe ‘91 Mrs. Linda J. Landry ‘03 Mr. Marc A. Landry ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Landry ‘82 Mr. Leo J. Langfield ‘51 Mr. Wilbert G. Langfield ‘51 Mr. Joseph Lapalme ‘06 Ms. Susan A. Lapp ‘87 Ms. Maryann C. Laprise ‘71 Mr. Charles R. Large ‘06 Mr. Peter R. Larkin ‘07 Mr. Robert J. LaRochelle ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Martin LaRossa Ms. Janet Yuenyee Lau ‘06 Mr. Marc G. Laverdiere ‘80 Mr. Normand P. Lavoie ‘91 Mr. Philip L. Lavoie ‘97 Mrs. Linda J. Lawlor ‘80 Mr. Scott Lawrence ‘06 Mr. Douglas Lawson ‘74 Mrs. Elizabeth Lawson DaSilva ‘84 Mr. My B. Le ‘01 Mr. Roland A. Leblanc ‘64 Ms. Michelle C. LeBlanc-Murray ‘88 Mr. Robert N. LeBoeuf ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Lechan Mr. Robert G. Ledoux ‘83 Mr. Richard J. Legan ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Legault Ms. Lauren Leduc Lemieux ‘94 Ms. Jacqueline R. Lemlin ‘75 Mr. Paul Lenkowski Dr. David P. Lennox ‘76 Mr. Herve E. Letourneau ‘81 Ms. Susan Letourneau Mr. John D. Levasseur ‘63 Mr. Bernard C. Levesque ‘50 Mrs. Palmina Levesque ‘87 Mr. Paul R. Levesque ‘00 Mrs. Suzanne D. Levesque ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Levin ‘71 Mr. Jerry Levin ‘87 Ms. Jeanne L. Levinson ‘65 Ms. Joanne L. Lewandowski Mr. Norbert J. Lewandowski Mr. Joseph L. Lima ‘92 Mr. Steven B. Lima ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Linskey ‘83

Mr. Martin A. Lipman and Dr. Barbara Pearl Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Lodge Mr. William G. Logue Ms. Paula D. Long ‘76 Mr. Gordon D. Lopes ‘88 Mr. William F. Lopes ‘66 Ms. Gina Louis ‘07 Ms. Robin W. Louis ‘78 Mr. Brian F. Louro ‘84 Mr. Steven Lowe ‘73 Mrs. Elayne G. Lowenthal ‘68 Ms. Christie Lowrance ‘98 Mr. James F. Luddy ‘82 Mr. Christopher Ludwig ‘84 Mr. Pierre A. Lussier ‘62 Mr. William E. Luther ‘75 Mrs. Ann M. Lutz Mrs. Beverly A. MacDonald ‘82 Ms. Janice MacDonald Mrs. Mary K. MacDonald ‘79 Mrs. Sidney MacDonald ‘81 Ms. Marcia F. Machado ‘05 Mrs. Nancy L. Machado ‘81 Mr. Pedro M. Machado ‘07 Mr. Stephen W. Machnik ‘79 Mrs. Valerie B. MacKoul ‘69 Ms. Meredith L. Macomber ‘99 Mr. Joseph R. Macrina ‘87 Mr. James H. Magellan ‘74 Mr. Lee Maglione Mrs. Anita F. Maguire ‘83 Ms. Anne M. Maguire ‘76 Ms. Dorinda A. Maher ‘08 Ms. Nancy A. Mahon Mr. Thomas D. Mahoney ‘87 Mr. Brian P. Mailloux ‘97 Mr. Arthur G. Maloney III ‘72 Ms. Kara Elizabeth Maloney ‘08 Ms. Ashley Elizabeth Malouin ‘07 Mrs. Debra A. Mancini ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Mancour ‘89, ‘88 Mr. Pasquale A. Mancuso Ms. Alyson L. Mandel ‘03 Mrs. Christine M. Mandeville ‘84 Mr. Nathan W. Mangelson ‘03 Ms. Victoria M. Mangus ‘94 Mr. John Mankowsky ‘93 Manuel Rogers and Sons Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Dianne M. Maranhas Boucher ‘74 Dr. G. K. Maravelas Ms. Ann Marcelino Mr. and Mrs. John M. Margarida ‘79, ‘96 Mrs. Lois E. Margolis ‘69


Mr. and Mrs. William R. Markey ‘55, ‘54 Mrs. Eileen T. Marland ‘65 Mrs. Yolla Maroun ‘94 Mrs. Kerry Marraffino ‘93 Ms. Joan Martel ‘72 Mr. Adam W. Martin ‘95 Dr. Anthony M. Martin ‘82 Ms. Kitty Martin Mrs. Marilyn G. Martin ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Martin Ms. Sharon E. Martin ‘72 Ms. Amanda M. Martinez ‘95 Ms. Elena Martins Mrs. Elizabeth A. Masciarelli ‘96 Mrs. Marie T. Massaro ‘83 Mrs. Marta E. Massi ‘97 Massport Ms. Suzanne E. Masten ‘97 Ms. Susan S. Mattie ‘80 Mr. Joseph G. Mayall ‘03 Mr. Elliot Mazza ‘69 Ms. Mildred Mazza Ms. Mary M. McBrady Mrs. Alisa Chianese McCabe ‘89 Mrs. Ann B. McCarthy ‘02 Mr. Charles J. McCarthy, Jr. ‘57 Ms. Christine Boulanger McCarthy ‘96 Ms. Jennifer L. McCarthy ‘96 Mr. Robert R. McCarthy ‘97 Mr. Shawn R. McCarthy ‘94 Mr. James J. McCathern Mrs. Patricia M. McCauley Mr. Keith McClenning ‘77 Mr. Brian F. Mcclory ‘83 Mrs. Veronica T. McConnell ‘64 Mr. Adam E. McCoomb ‘89 Mr. Frederick E. McCullough ‘84 Mr. Michael McCusker Mrs. Joan M. McDonald ‘97 Ms. Erin M. McDonough ‘01 Mr. Peter T. McEntee ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. John C. McGill ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. John W. McGrail Mrs. Kathryn A. McGreevy ‘79 Ms. Mary Ann McIntosh Ms. Kerry A. McKay ‘92 Mrs. Kathleen McKenna ‘85 Mr. Robert J. McLernon Ms. Patricia A. McMahon ‘80 Mrs. Mary McManus ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey A. McNally ‘85, ‘86 Mr. Brian J. McNamee ‘80 Mrs. Sandra L. McPherson ‘81 Ms. Mary Anne McQuillan ‘69 Ms. Judith A. McSwain ‘72 Ms. Carolyn A. McSweeney ‘89 Mrs. Geraldine Medas ‘69

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Claire T. Carney Library Mr. Daniel Medeiros, Jr. ‘66 Mr. David J. Medeiros ‘69 Mr. John Medeiros Ms. Nancy P. Medeiros ‘80 Mr. Paul Medeiros ‘90 Mr. Ricardo D. Medeiros ‘91 Mr. Richard R. Medeiros, Jr. ‘86 Mr. Robert Medeiros ‘62 Mr. Jose M. Medina ‘81 Mr. James Meehan Mr. Aaron James Meere ‘06 Mrs. Filipa S. Melendez ‘06 Ms. Cheryl A. Mello ‘93 Mr. David M. Mello ‘87 Mrs. Dina P. Mello ‘83 Mr. Edward M. Mello ‘89 Ms. Farrah Mello ‘02 Mr. James E. Mello ‘68 Mrs. Judith A. Mello ‘57 Mr. Thomas R. Mendell ‘67 Mr. Steven G. Mendonca ‘86 Mr. Benjamin Mer ‘75 Mr. Anthony Mercadante ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Messier ‘84 Mr. Normand Methot Mr. Douglas J. Metz, Jr. ‘05 Mr. Richard Meyer Ms. Terese Mary Michaud ‘05 Mr. George Milan ‘88 Mr. Brian J. Millar ‘91 Ms. Carol A. Miller ‘79 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Miller ‘97 Ms. Jennifer L. Miller ‘04 Ms. Patricia Anne Miller ‘08 Mrs. Rose M. Miller ‘84 Mr. Stephen B. Miller ‘67 Mr. Christian Mills Mr. Paul T. Miniacci ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. David Minior ‘77, ‘79 Mrs. Erin J. Mitchell ‘99 Ms. Lena S. Mo ‘90 Mrs. Linda M. Moffatt ‘76 Mr. Scott M. Mogavero

Mr. David G. Moitozo ‘52 Mr. Michael R. Monahan ‘76 Dr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Monchik Ms. Jacqueline C. Montplaisir ‘73 Ms. Margo J. Moore ‘77 Mrs. Sandra T. Moreira ‘71 Mrs. Cathleen M. Morey ‘82 Mr. Michael F. Morgan ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Morgan Mrs. Anne M. Moriarty ‘79 Mr. Scott M. Morrison ‘00 Mr. Charles D. Morse ‘95 Ms. Polly-Ann Mort Mr. Herbert M. Moskowitz ‘67 Ms. Athena M.G. Mota ‘04 Mrs. Mary K. Moynihan ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mscisz Ms. Diane Mulcahy ‘77 Mr. Eugene Mullen Mr. Dan P. Murdoch ‘07 Mrs. Anne L. Murphy ‘82 Ms. Irene Murphy Ms. Elizabeth M. Murray ‘72 Ms. Rachel Arianna Muzzy ‘82 Mr. Madhav Narasimha Mynampaty ‘08 NGM Charitable Foundation Mr. John B. Naatz ‘77 Mr. Marcel M. Nadeau ‘63 Mr. Ronald V. Nadeau ‘72 Mr. William R. Neagus ‘77 Mr. Hugh J. Neenan ‘78 Ms. Marsha N. Nehiley ‘90 Ms. Joanne Nelson Mr. Jonathan Nelson ‘05 Mrs. Nancy Nelson Ms. Stacey L. Nelson Ms. Katherine S. New ‘80 Mrs. Sheila A. Newman ‘77 Nice Matching Gifts Program Mr. Johnny K. Nieh ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Nikosey ‘84, ‘83

Mr. William B. Nimmo ‘00 Mr. James A. Nissen ‘94 Mr. Jeffrey R. Noia ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Noll ‘84, ‘85 Mr. Herman Nord ‘03 Ms. Susan E. Norlin-Staudaher ‘79 Ms. Karen L. Nourse Ms. Liduina Noverca ‘78 Mrs. Florence V. Novick ‘71 Ms. Carla Nunes ‘97 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nunes Mr. and Mrs. James H. Nunes Mr. Thomas Nunes Mrs. Anne-Marie Nyhan-Doherty ‘77 Ms. Dorothy M. O’Brien ‘76 Mrs. Nancy A. O’Connell ‘78 Ms. Betty L. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. O’Connor Mr. William L. O’Hare ‘61 Mr. Michael J. O’Leary ‘86 Mr. David M. Oliveira Ms. Jessica Oliveira ‘07 Mr. John P. Oliveira, Jr. ‘89 Mr. Richard T. Oliveira ‘63 Ms. Sheila R. Oliveira ‘93 Ms. Sarah E. Oliver ‘01 Ms. Rosa B.S.S. Olivier ‘77 Mrs. Donna M. Oluoch ‘79 Ms. Greta P. O’Neil ‘05 Mr. John W. Orcutt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Orsi ‘79, ‘77 Ms. Barbara J. Oswalt ‘91 Mr. Thomas Otis Mr. Emile J. Ouellette ‘83 Ms. Renee T. Ouellette ‘91 Our Lady of Peace Mr. and Mrs. John Pacheco Mr. Jose M. Pacheco ‘75 Ms. Kelly M. Pacheco Mr. Richard C. Pacheco ‘62 Ms. Kathleen Paiva ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Palestine Ms. Amanda J. Panek ‘02

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Mr. Michael M. Papale ‘91 Mrs. Linda M. Paquette ‘77 Mr. Jean-Francois Paquin ‘07 Mr. Arthur P. Paradice ‘75 Mr. Christopher R. Paradis ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Paradis ‘85, ‘86 Mr. Michael J. Parisi ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Burton Parker Ms. Mary E. Parker ‘86 Mrs. Margaret Patricio ‘92 Ms. Danielle M. Pavao ‘92 Ms. Darlene A. Pavao ‘01 Mr. Gerald C. Pavao ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Peavey Mr. Kevin Peavey Ms. Jean Pegg ‘78 Ms. Jessica Peixoto ‘07 Mrs. Irene A. Pejko ‘75 Mr. Lawrence David Pellegrini ‘08 Ms. Amy Pelley Mr. Thomas J. Pendergast III ‘95 Ms. Lenora R. Pennington ‘87 Ms. Jamie L. Penny ‘05 Mr. Brian L. Pepin ‘81 Ms. Joan L. Pepin ‘73 Mr. Andrew B. Peppard Mr. William T. Pereira ‘84 Mr. Barry W. Perkins ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Perkins Ms. Deborah A. Perry ‘83 Ms. Elizabeth J. Perry ‘01 Ms. Michelle Mary Perry ‘08 Mr. N. Jeffrey Perry ‘66 Mr. Russell F. Perry ‘75 Mr. Stephen N. Perry ‘76 Ms. Susan J. Perry ‘81 Ms. Susan L Perry Mr. Arthur L. Perryman ‘86 Mr. Norman W. Peterson ‘88 Mr. William J. Petres ‘65 Mrs. Tina M. Phaneuf ‘89 Mr. Rodney E. Philbrick ‘66 Ms. Marguerite C. Picard ‘79 Mr. Matthew S. Pichette ‘88 Mr. Donald I. Pierce, Jr. ‘53 Ms. Jennifer Pierce-Durot ‘03 Mr. Jan Pietraszek ‘90 Mr. David J. Pimental ‘63 Mr. Joseph M. Pimental ‘88 Mrs. Marie-Elizabeth Pimental ‘75 Ms. Paulette C. Pineault ‘83 Mr. Daniel E. Pingley ‘81 Mr. Stephen Pires ‘83 Mr. James J. Pittman, Jr. ‘51 Ms. Lynne E. Plante ‘93 Dr. Walter M. Platt, Jr. Mr. Gerald J. Poisson ‘69 Mr. Jeffrey P. Poliquin ‘77

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Mr. Clinton H. Pollitt ‘83 Mr. Gaetano Polselli, Jr. ‘58 Ms. Michelle A. Pontbriand ‘04 Mrs. Ann M. Ponte ‘74 Mr. Ronald Ponte ‘63 Mr. David A. Poole ‘56 Mrs. Susan Bileau Pope ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Portnoy Ms. Kimberly L. Possee ‘83 Mr. Michael Poster ‘39 Mr. Ilias Potsis ‘79 Ms. Joy Potter ‘07 Mrs. Anita L. Poyant ‘84 Mr. Lucien P. Poyant, Jr. ‘59 Mr. Robert R. Preston ‘72 Ms. Mona Provencher Ms. Lisa M. Putnam ‘82 Mrs. Judith A. Pyers ‘84 Mr. David F. Quigley ‘60 Mr. Dennis P. Quinn Mr. Thomas Michael Quinn ‘07 R. N. LeBoeuf Enterprises Reverend Michael S. Racine ‘90 Mr. John M. Racofsky ‘71 Mr. Alan F. Rainford ‘63 Mr. Angelo V. Rallo ‘89 Ms. Deborah Ramos ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Rando ‘85, ‘84 Ms. Dianne J. Ranno Ms. Janice A. Raphael ‘69 Ms. Barbara A. Raposa ‘01 Mrs. Diane Raposo ‘78 Mr. Gustavo O. Raposo ‘81 Ms. Rita B. Raposo ‘06 Mr. Paul W. Rauseo Ms. Jennifer L. Raxter ‘98 Ms. Clara T. Reagan ‘87 Ms. Estella I. Rebeiro ‘75 Mrs. Donna M. Rebello ‘01 Mrs. Joanne M. Rebello ‘05 Ms. Kendra K. Rebello ‘04 Ms. Nazare J. Rebello ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Redfern ‘79 Mr. Ronald G. Reeves ‘74 Mr. Robert J. Rego ‘90 Ms. Christine A. Regula ‘77 Dr. James B. Reid Mr. Robert A. Reimels ‘69 Mr. August Francis Reis ‘63 Mr. Robert E. Reisner ‘88 Mrs. Kelly A. Reynolds ‘01 Mr. Frank J. Rezendes ‘61 Mr. Terrence J. Rheault ‘84 Mr. Jeffrey W. Rhodes ‘73 Mr. Jose G. Ribeiro ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Richard ‘72 Ms. Carol A. Richards ‘79 Mr. Warren N. Richardson ‘76

Ms. Veronica Richter Mr. Benjamin A. Riels ‘99 Ms. Kathryn Riels Mr. Brian E. Riggs ‘93 Ms. Raylene Riley ‘76 Mr. Robert E. Ringuette ‘83 Ms. Brenda Lee Ripley ‘84 Mr. Raymond Ripley, Jr. ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. David Rivenburg Mr. Hector Rivera Mr. Barry Robbins Mr. Roger J. Roberge ‘80 Mrs. Rose-Marie Robert Ms. Ann Marie Roberti ‘80 Ms. Helena A. Rocha ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rocha ‘92, ‘85 Mr. Steven J. Roderiques ‘82 Mr. Antonio Rodrigues Mrs. Brenda M. Rodrigues ‘87 Mr. David J. Rodrigues ‘77 Mr. Edwin V. Rodrigues ‘82 Mr. Mark A. Rodrigues ‘84 Mrs. Rosemary Rodrigues ‘73 Mr. Charles Rogers, Jr. ‘04 Mr. Edwin A. Rogers ‘60 Mr. John M. Rondelli ‘68 Ms. Kathryn M. Rooney ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Rooney ‘69, ‘70 Ms. Janice M. Rosa ‘73 Ms. Linda M. Rosati ‘80 Ms. Chic Rose ‘97 Mrs. Karen A. Rose ‘82 Mrs. Mary Rose ‘86 Ms. Michelle A. Roseberry ‘08 Mr. David C. Rosenfield Mr. Elliot I. Rosenfield Mr. Rick C. Rosenfeld ‘81 Mr. Ned Rothstein ‘87 Ms. Brenda Anne Rousseau ‘04 Ms. Valerie J. Rousseau ‘97 Ms. Carole C. Roy ‘03 Mr. David P. Roy ‘77 Mr. Leo F. Roy Mr. Roger G. Roy ‘91 Mr. David Rubinic Mr. Jeffrey A. Rubino ‘78 Mr. Patrick M. Ruble ‘07 Mr. Charles P. Ruddy ‘76 Ms. Gail A. Russell ‘99 Ms. Michelle Russillo ‘01 Mr. Leon J. Rutkowski Mr. Gary D. Ruzzo ‘88 Ms. Christine Ryan Mrs. Dorothy S. Ryan ‘96 Mr. James F. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. B. Kurt Sabados Mrs. Evelyn B. Sacknoff

Mr. Keith Richard Sadeck ‘08 Ms. Helen S. Sallum ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Salvo TSgt. Maurice H. Samson, USAF (Ret.) ‘82 Mr. David D. Sanders ‘49 Mr. Jordan Santiago ‘07 Mr. Carman E. Santor Ms. Charleen A. Santos ‘93 Mr. Leonard A. Santos, Sr. ‘66 Ms. Mary S. Santos ‘02 Ms. Marielle R. Sardella ‘08 Mrs. Ellen Sardonini Mr. Edward A. Sargent ‘70 Mr. David G. Sarles Mr. Robert D. Saunders Mr. Daniel Thomas Savaria ‘07 Mr. John F. Savicki ‘79 Ms. Deborah A. Sawyer ‘85 Mr. Paul W. Scannell ‘80 Mr. Alan Scheinman Mrs. Donna S. Schleicher ‘83 Ms. Elizabeth A. Schneider ‘98 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Schneider Mr. Robert B. Scholz ‘04 Mrs. Sandra M. Schutt ‘82 Mr. Daniel R. Schwartz Ms. Mary Blum Schwartz ‘79 Mrs. Thelma Schwartz Ms. Elsa Nicolovius Scionti ‘71 Mr. Richard B. Scranton ‘76 Mr. Hank E. Seaman ‘73 Mr. Thomas J. Sebastiao ‘88 Mr. Jed P. Sederholm ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. David W. Semedo ‘80, ‘82 Mr. Donald T. Sena ‘73 Mr. John Sena, Jr. ‘01 Ms. Valerie Ann Seney ‘04 Mrs. Robin P. Servais ‘76 Ms. Sarah Elizabeth Sessa ‘06 Ms. Joanne M. Seymour Mrs. Helen M. Shanley ‘85 Mrs. Deborah F. Shannon ‘83 Mr. David W. Sharples ‘86 Ms. Christine H. Shaw ‘00 Ms. Ellen M. Shaw ‘77 Mr. Matthew A. Shea III ‘74 Mrs. Jennifer A. Shea-Smyth ‘84 Ms. Christine A. Sheehan ‘02 Mr. Andrew J. Sherry ‘78 Ms. Ann E. Shor ‘95 Mr. David J. Sicard ‘85 Mr. August P. Silva ‘69 Mrs. Beatrice Silva ‘71 Mr. Fernando Silva ‘60 Ms. Helen M. Silva ‘73 Mr. James Silva ‘79 Mr. Kevin S. Silva ‘99


Ms. Mary Angel Silva ‘95 Ms. Monica Ester T. Silva ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Silva ‘73, ‘78 Mr. Stephen J. Silva ‘73 Mrs. Olivia R. Silva-Melo ‘88 Mrs. Fernanda B. Silveira ‘86 Mr. Kevin Silveira ‘95 Mr. Francis C. Silvia ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. James F. Silvia Mr. Richard Silvia ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Silvia Mrs. Minty Silvia-Farrissey ‘82 Ms. Rachael Simkins-Makela ‘93 Mrs. Marian E. Simons ‘77 Mr. Richard Sims ‘07 Mr. Leo N. Sirois ‘72 Mrs. Christine D. Skoglund ‘92 Mr. Nicholas Slatkavitz ‘03 Ms. Caitlyn C. Slowe ‘07 Ms. Cheryl A. Slowik ‘83 Mr. Brian J. Smith ‘73 Mrs. Carleen P. Smith ‘80 Mrs. Deborah C. Smith ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith ‘82, ‘88 Ms. Joan M. Smith ‘69 Ms. Kristen Marie Smith ‘07 Mr. Scott D. Smith ‘77 Mr. Shawn Smith Ms. Mary J. Smith-Parker ‘86 Mrs. Christine A. Snyder ‘94 Ms. Anna I. Soares ‘03 Mr. Ronald A. Soares ‘70 Mr. Edward J. Sojka ‘79 Mr. David Solomon ‘77 Mr. Donald R. Sorelle ‘71 Mr. John N. Sousa ‘06 Mr. Robert P. Sousa ‘70 Ms. Sandra L. Sousa ‘03 Ms. Elizabeth A. Souza ‘83 Mrs. Karen A. Souza ‘92 Mrs. Lisa B. Souza ‘86 Mr. Ronald Souza ‘67 Mrs. Sharon M. Souza ‘78 Ms. Karen A. Sowa ‘78 Mrs. Cheryl Whowell Spearin ‘68 Mr. Stephen D. Spence ‘76 Ms. Kristen Louise Spooner ‘06 Mrs. Pauline H. St. Don ‘92 Mr. Paul G. St. Laurent ‘52 Mr. Robert M. St. Laurent ‘63 Mrs. Ginger Stabach ‘93 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Stafford ‘79, ‘80 Mrs. June Stankiewicz ‘89 Mr. Donald Stebenne ‘76 Mr. Alan Steinert, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Steinmeyer ‘93, ‘92 Mr. Robert A. Stella ‘70

Ms. Rita M. Stellato ‘83 Mr. Robert L. Sterns Mr. Earle T. Stewart, Jr. ‘78 Mr. Kane A. Stewart ‘92 Mr. Robert Stewart ‘81 Mr. Kevin M. Stone ‘86 Mr. Robert A. Stoops ‘85 Ms. Laura J. Strauss ‘78 Ms. Sarah Walcott Stubbs ‘90 Ms. Beth Sturtevant ‘07 Mrs. Carole C. Sullivan ‘81 Ms. Gertrude L. Sullivan ‘06 Ms. Helen L. Sullivan ‘77 Mrs. Jill L. Sullivan ‘99 Mr. John M. Sullivan ‘81 Ms. Laurie A. Sullivan ‘73 Mr. Peter J. Sullivan ‘73 Mr. Sean M. Sullivan ‘93 Ms. Jane L. Summers ‘76 Mrs. Suzanne Sumner ‘88 Mr. William G. Sumner ‘51 Sun Life Financial Mr. Ethan C. Sunderland ‘81 Mr. Dennis R. Surprenant ‘65 Mr. Stephen A. Susko ‘97 Mr. Charles W. Suther Mr. and Mrs. James L. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Thadeuz F. Swiszcz Mr. Lester M. Sydney ‘08 Mr. Adam Paul Sylvia ‘04 Mr. Matthew J. Sylvia ‘88 Mr. Paul A. Sylvia Mr. Peter M. Sylvia, Jr. ‘52 Ms. Vilean Taggersell ‘84 Mr. Ronald V. Takach ‘58 Mr. Albert W. Talbot ‘69 Mr. George R. Talbot ‘57 Mr. Joseph J. Tarantino ‘84 Mrs. Karen E. Tavares Ms. Sandy Tavares ‘04 Mr. Carl D. Taylor, Sr. ‘55 Ms. Elizabeth Taylor ‘85 Ms. Mary Lee Taylor Ms. Theresa D. Taylor ‘81 Ms. G. Elinor Teasdale ‘73 Ms. Christine A. Tennyson ‘89 Ms. Anne Teri Ms. Mildred L. Terrell Mr. Robert A. Terry ‘95 Ms. Janice Mary Testagrossa ‘75 Mrs. Cheryl E. Thadeu ‘04 Mr. Kevin J. Thibault ‘85 Ms. Cathy A. Thibeault ‘04 Mrs. Jeanine M. Thiboutot ‘72 Mr. John Thomas ‘84 Mrs. Karen M. Thomas ‘85 Mrs. Lucy Thomas ‘06 Ms. Doris M. Thornton ‘73 Mr. William P. Thran ‘82

within reach.

Mr. Scott D. Tingle ‘87 Professor Howard C. Tinkham ‘42 Mrs. Nancy J. Tooley ‘99 Ms. Patricia E. Tourigny ‘01 Ms. Caitlin A. Tracey ‘07 Mr. Robert A. Trahan ‘76 Ms. Meghan Trask Mr. George R. Travers ‘61 Mr. Joseph Travers Mr. Gerard L. Tremblay, Jr. ‘73 Mr. Harvey I. Trieff ‘61 Ms. Barbara L. Tripp ‘76 Mr. James H. Tripp Ms. Mary F. Tripp ‘82 Mr. Paul E. Tripp ‘78 Ms. Beth-Ann A. Troia ‘02 Mr. Francis J. Tucker ‘79 Ms. Patricia A. Tupaj ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Turgeon Mr. Carl J. Turgeon ‘05 Mr. Robert R. Turgeon ‘61 Mr. Arthur J. Turner, Jr. ‘53 Mr. Douglas J. Turner ‘69 Mr. Douglas C. Tuxworth ‘90 Dr. Jeffrey E. Twarog ‘70 Ms. Lynn Usher ‘79 Ms. Therese M. Valente ‘86 Mr. George V. Valton ‘79 Mr. Charles Van Gorden Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vardaro Mrs. Carol H. Vedrody ‘70 Mr. Paul S. Vena Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Venditti ‘85 Ms. Nicole E. Venier ‘04 Mr. Kenneth Gabriel Ventura ‘06 Mr. David P. Verville ‘80 Mr. Thomas M. Vickery ‘85 Mr. Dennis J. Vieira ‘81 Mrs. Joanna T. Viera ‘06 Mr. Nuno A. Vieira ‘73 Ms. Susan R. Vieira ‘05 Mr. Gareth I. Vigus ‘92 Dr. Donna M. Viveiros ‘77 Ms. Shaohua Viveiros ‘07 Mr. Wayne C. Vogler ‘74 Mr. Christopher P. Vorderer ‘85 Ms. Anna Lisa Marie Vust ‘07 Mr. Stanley M. Waclawik ‘63 Mr. Grayton T. Waite ‘82 Mrs. Leona B. Walder Ms. Linda M. Wallace Mr. Peter J. Wallace III Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Wallace Mrs. Ann C. Waltman ‘59 Ms. Cynthia Walus Mr. Jiping Wang Watertown Street Realty Mr. William E. Watts ‘75 Mrs. Donna L. Wegge ‘86

Mr. Nicholas M. Weglowski ‘01 Ms. Rhoda Weinstein Mr. David F. Wells ‘01 Ms. Linda M. Wells ‘70 Mrs. Bonnie W. Werly ‘79 Ms. Janet M. West ‘79 Ms. Priscilla L. Wheatley ‘03 Mr. Bruce E. Wheeler Mr. Ernest A. Wheeler Mr. John Lee Wheeler ‘06 Ms. Nancy F. Wheelwright ‘74 Ms. Cecilia C. Whipp ‘93 Ms. Evelyn White Ms. Jessica S. White ‘91 Ms. Ashley A. Whitehouse ‘86 Mr. Gary S. Whitney ‘77 Mr. Francis P. Whitsitt-Lynch ‘85 Mrs. Lori A. Whittle ‘88 Mrs. Susan M. Wilbur ‘89 Mr. James F. Wilcox III ‘91 Ms. Rosemary E. Wilde ‘76 Mr. James R. Wilkinson ‘81 Ms. Elaine G. Williams ‘75 Ms. Susan L. Willis ’77 Mr. Michael F. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wilson Ms. Noreen A. Winderlick ‘03 Ms. Karen Winograd Mr. Charles Winokoor ‘96 Reverend Frank E. Wismer III ‘70 Mrs. Nancy L. Witherell ‘74 Ms. Audrey J. Witt ‘78 Mrs. Nancy L. Wood ‘71 Mr. Francis W. Woodward ‘81 Mr. James S. Wooler ‘74 Mr. Francis X. Worden ‘56 Mrs. Catherine M. Worthington ‘85 Mr. Kevin S. Woyciechowski ‘88 Ms. Lori A. Wukawitz ‘92 Mr. Steven E. Wyman ‘07 Ms. Cara L. Xavier ‘99 Mr. Dengwei Yang Mr. and Mrs. Ken Yazinka Mr. Donald M. Yerid ‘64 Mr. Karl R. Youkstetter ‘88 Mr. Donald Yousif ‘70 Ms. Gail Zalomis ‘85 Mr. Walter Zekanoski ‘88 Ms. June Laura Ziedins ‘04 Ms. Donna J. Zitano ‘02

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Allendale Country Club Mr. George Amaral American Portuguese Genealogical and Historical Society Amsterdam Hospitality Anonymous Bay Fuels, Inc. Mr. Daniel E. Bogan ‘59 ‘04 Ms. Lori K. Bradley ‘02 Brahmin Leather Works, Inc. Brazilian American Cultural Institute, Inc. Mr. Leonard V. Brophy, Jr. ‘78 Carrier Corporation Ms. Joan Cass Mr. Earle P. Charlton II ‘96 Ms. Rachel Cocroft Colonial Wholesale Beverage Comcast Community Boating Center Mr. John J. Connor ‘84 Mr. John D. Corcoran ‘95 Mr. Scott W. Costa ‘78 Courageous Fishing Corporation Ms. Maria Manuela deAmaral deBettencourt Mr. Michael J. Eatough ‘09 and Mrs. Bridget A. Flynn Mrs. Janet Egan Mr. Roy Enoksen Fairmont Copley Plaza Fedex Worldwide Sales Ms. Otilia S. Ferreira ‘87 Dr. Irene V. Fonseca Full Channel TV Mr. Fernando J. Garcia ‘69 Hawthorne Country Club Mr. James J. Karam ‘71 ‘01 Kinsale Irish Pub The Lloyd Center Macx, Inc. Mr. Sidney E. Martin III ‘81 MV Family Rentals New Bedford Ship Supply Co., Inc. New Bedford Symphony Orchestra New Bedford Whaling Museum Nordic, Inc. O Jornal Ocean Explorium The Preservation Society of Newport County Rhode Island School of Design Museum Dr. Jon A. Ruel Mr. Kevin C. Santos ‘81 Mr. Anthony R. Sapienza Sea Fuels Marina Services Inc Mr. David Shultz The Honorable Milton R. Silva SMAST Scallop Vessel Professor Emeritus J. Donald Smith

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Sodexho, Inc. Mr. Frank B. Sousa, Jr. ‘00 Speakman Company Mr. Rodman E. Taylor, Jr. ‘75 Tower Hill Sales Associates, Inc. UMass Dartmouth Alumni Association UMass Dartmouth Athletics UMass Dartmouth Library Associates Mr. Joseph Sequeira Vera Mr. Paul L. Vigeant ‘74 W.B. Mason Co., Inc. Warrior Fuel Corp. Fuel Man Westport Rivers Vineyard and Winery Mr. William N. Whelan ‘09 Mr. Ronald M. Xavier ‘72 YMCA SouthCoast The Zeiterion Theater Honor/Memorial Gifts The following list includes donors who gave in honor or memory of another. In Honor of Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Barbara and Sidney Kaplan Mrs. Judith A. Barry Dr. Janet L. Freedman Mr. Andrew B. Peppard Ms. Ethel Bindon Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Rose Mr. Walter Crowther Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ‘89 Mr. Robert A. Dowd Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Nikosey ‘84 ‘83 Ellen and Leo Dubreuil Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Andrade Ms. Kristin Baker Mr. Kevin Barbosa and Ms. Lisa M. Amaral Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bronitsky Ms. Sarah J. Chouinard ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. John A. D’Ambrosio Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. D’Ambrosio Mr. and Mrs. Stephen DePaco Mr. and Mrs. Dale Desmarais Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Desmarais ‘93 ‘91 Ms. Yvette DiSimas Mrs. Ellen Dubreuil Mr. Wayne L. Dubreuil Ms. Yvette L. Dubreuil Mr. Matthew D. Ethier and Ms. Lauren Mauceri Mr. William B. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gifford Ms. Emily G. Janson Mr. and Mrs. Lee N. Johansson Mr. and Mrs. Hallett Jones Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Ladeira Mr. and Mrs. David E. Larsen Mr. Paul C. Lepage Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. LePage, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Martin Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Martin Ms. Paula McCallum Ms. Dorianna Medeiros Ms. Barbara A. Mello Mr. Francis L. Mello Dr. Fahim M. Nady Ms. Melanie Netti Ms. A. Jacqueline O’Rourke Mr. and Mrs. John Pacheco Ms. Dora L. Palardy Ms. Sherri A. Palmer Mr. William Pike Ms. Catherine Roies Mr. George J. Roy and Ms. Johanna H. Desmarais Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sansoucy Mr. Michael A. Santos Mr. Scott L. Santos ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Serletic Mr. and Mrs. Robin Staines Tracy’s Day Spa Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Epstein Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Harold Ferra Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Dilorio Mr. Donald A. Foster ‘72 Mr. Robert W. Marshall Chancellor Professor Jong-Ping Hsu Ms. Wen Chen ‘95 Mrs. Barbara N. Kaplan Dr. Janet L. Freedman Mr. Andrew B. Peppard Mr. John E. Kidd ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lawrence Ms. Deanie Laurens Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Barry Mr. and Mrs. N. Dyke Purdy Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Mrs. Donna Raymond Brown ‘81 Mr. James and Mrs. Eileen Rose Mrs. Anna Mae Rose Mr. George J. Saba Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Espindola ‘79 ‘77 Mrs. Mary C. Saba Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Espindola ‘79 ‘77 Family of Evelyn Sacknoff Mrs. Evelyn B. Sacknoff Vin and Nancy Sylvia Ms. Maureen Sylvia Armstrong Ms. Beth Sylvia Caldwell Taryn Trask Ms. Meghan Trask Dr. Donald E. Walker ‘73 Mr. John F. Whiteside ‘52 Mrs. Felix B. Waxler Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler


In Memory of Mr. David Adams Ms. Catherine A. Fortier-Barnes Ms. Naomi Adaskin Rubin Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Barry Mr. Jimmy Arruda Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Angus A. Bailey, Jr. ‘93 Ms. Susan M. Foster ‘96 Mrs. Helena Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Barnes ‘73 Mr. Jim Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Barnes ‘73 Mrs. Edith M. Booth Ms. Jane K. Booth ‘65 Mr. Robert C. Booth Ms. Jane K. Booth ‘65 Ms. Mary E. Brown Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Ms. Katherine C. Buckley Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Mr. Paul Castillo Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Stephen Charles Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Dr. Joseph C. Deck Dr. James A. Golen ‘65 Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Rothschild UMass Dartmouth Library Associates Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Ms. Camille C. Desrosiers Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Mr. William Erickson Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Mrs. June M. Feitelberg ABC Disposal Service, Inc. Ashley Ford Sales, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bertrand Family of Mr. Scott W. Costa ‘78 Ms. Laurinda F. Camara Mr. John Costa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Costa Ms. Sandra E. DeCarlo ‘77 Ms. Mary Jane DeGrazia Mr. Brian A. Devine Ms. Alice Frates Global Odor Control Tech, Inc. Ms. Lydia A. Griffin Professor and Mrs. Anthony J. Miraglia ‘77 Ms. Janis A. Moses Mr. Dave Saunders Mr. and Mrs. David Sebastiao Family of Mr. Andrew Tillett  Dr. Louis E. F. Fenaux Dr. James A. Golen ‘65 Mr. John Fernandes Mrs. Rose-Marie Robert

Ms. Patricia Ferreira Little People’s College, Inc. Mr. Ronald J. Ferris Mr. James J. Karam ‘71 ‘01 Mr. Ted Fonfara Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Michael Freitas Ms. Catherine A. Fortier-Barnes Mr. Jesse B. Frizzell Ms. Christine Frizzell Ms. Beverly Galipeau Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Dr. Philip J. Galipeau Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Mr. Samuel Gamburd Professor Geraldine Gamburd Mr. William E. Gathright Mr. Stephen M. Camara ‘77 Sunrise League Mr. Carl J. Golinski ‘76 Mrs. Denise Golinski Mr. Jack M. Gould Mr. Bernard H. Gould Ms. Dot Gruskin Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Dr. Joc Jocoy Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Jacob Kaput Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Ms. Nili Yolin Chancellor Professor James Kaput Ms. Sarah Kaput Ms. Brenda Karnasiewicz-Freese ‘87 Mr. Mark A. Lavallee ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Pineault Mrs. Nancy Ann Kawa Mr. Chester J. Kawa, Jr. ‘65 Mr. Louis F. Klein, Jr. Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski Mr. Henricus Koot Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Harold L. Kurlan Mr. James J. Karam ‘71 ‘01 Mr. Robert S. Karam ‘67 ‘91 Mrs. Elizabeth Lassoff Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Fred Lassoff Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Gustave LaStaiti ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bruno, Jr. Ms. Jeanne Butler Mr. and Mrs. John Camacho Ms. Kimberly Carvalho Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Chasse, Jr. ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel V. daLuz ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Irvin H. Davis Mr. and Mrs. John E. DeMello Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Downey Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enoksen

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Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fusco Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gaspar The Gonsalves Family Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation Ms. Barbara J. Grunkemeyer ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Harrop Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Hughes Ms. Carole F. Lawrence Mr. Paul Lenkowski Attorney Raymond A. Letourneau Mr. and Mrs. George P. Lomp The Honorable and Mrs. William Q. MacLean,Jr. ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Martone Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCarter Ms. Sarah M. Moore Ms. Polly-Ann Mort Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Muse Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nunes Ms. Betty L. O’Connor Ms. Jeanne Pallatroni Mr. and Mrs. David Rivenburg Ms. Barbara Whitehead Silva Ms. Paula A. Souza ‘79 Ms. Mary Lee Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Tichon Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Tichon Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Uchman Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Urquhart Mr. and Mrs. James J. Waldron Mrs. Ann H. Webster Ms. Erna A. Westwig Ms. Linda B. Works Ms. Deanie Laurans Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Phillip LeFrancois Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Professor George Leung Ms. Xiang Xiang Chen ‘90 Mr. Ruoming Jia ‘92 and Ms. Zhong Wu ‘92 Mr. Wei Liang ‘97 Mr. Gang Shen ‘04 Mr. Matthew J. Macy ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Macy Matthew J. Macy Memorial Fund Ms. Lauren Madruga East Coast Form Co., Inc. Mr. Martin Manley Ms. Mona Provencher Mr. Robert J. Marshall Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ‘89 Ms. Fatima Martins Mr. and Mrs. Joseph St. Onge Ms. Cecelia Medeiros Little People’s College, Inc. Chancellor Professor Philip H. Melanson CEO Resources, Inc.

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UMass Law Mrs. Agnes T. Mendes Mr. Andrew M. Mendes Ms. Natalie Mendes Mrs. Judith G. White Ms. Irene Mickelson Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Harvey Miller Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Magdalen M. Minch Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mrs. Arline Mischel Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Ms. Alice Moniz East Coast Form Co., Inc. Joseph and Shirley Luiz Mr. William Moore Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Mrs. Arlene M. Oliveira Mr. Daniel E. Pingley ‘81 Ms. Mary Ouimet Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Eugene R. Ouimette ‘71 Ms. Wendy Forbush ‘80 Mr. Thaddeus A. Irzyk Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kennefick Ms. Eugenia Perry Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski Mrs. Anne Prial Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Ms. Sharon Purcell Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski Mrs. Barbara Ramsbottom Mr. William Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Mars Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Bogan ‘59 ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cottrell, Jr. Crowell’s Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Daily Mr. Joseph H. Feitelberg ‘03 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Chancellor Professor James T. Griffith ‘70 and Dr. Susan J. Leclair ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Karam ‘67 ‘91 Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. McCulloch Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski UMass

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Ms. Kim Pineau Ms. Gail F. Ray Ms. Barbara H. Sage Mr. and Mrs. James D. Salvo Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Silvia Mr. Sumner J. Waring, Jr. Mr. Sumner James Waring III Marianno and Mary (Carvalho) Rezendes, Sr. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Marianno Rezendes, Sr. Mr. Kenneth A. Rose Dr. James A. Golen ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Rose Mr. James C. Rose Mr. Nicholas Roussos Ms. Anita H. Cohen Mrs. Diane M. Cruz ‘08 Ms. Mary F. Currie Dr. Barbara Dubin Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Fontes Ms. Elizabeth A. Hanley Mr. and Mrs. David Hayward Mr. Thomas W. Hopkins ‘85 The Honorable Robert M. Koczera ‘75 Ms. Melissa F. Langa Ms. Elena Martins Ms. Kelly M. Pacheco Ms. Gail F. Ray Mr. Ronald Raymond Mrs. Ayako Miyata Rooney ‘70 Southeastern Mass Home Health Aides, Inc. UMass Faculty Federation, Local 1895, AFT, AFL-CIO Mr. and Mrs. Jose P. Vieira Mr. Sumner J. Waring, Jr. Mr. Sumner James Waring III Ms. Frances Saltz Barbara and Sidney Kaplan Ms. Mary Brennan Schanck Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Mr. Bill Shanahan Ms. Joan R. Adaskin

Mr. Maury Shaw Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Brian F. Smith ‘02 Colonel and Mrs. Wilfredo Nieves Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Smith ‘80 Ms. Vivian A. Smith Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ‘89 Mr. Lionel Soares Mr. Mark H. Carney Mrs. Vilma Soforenko Mr. Charles Soforenko Ms. Laurie Sullivan Ms. Karen Winograd Mr. John Brennan Sweeney Ms. Colleen A. Sweeney ‘90 Mr. Albert Szczur Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski Ms. Shannon Thompson Mrs. Anna Mae Rose Ms. Donna Torchia Mrs. Claire T. Carney ‘73 ‘90 Mr. Dennis M. Tucker Ms. Juanita Lopez ‘95 Mr. Oddmund J. Tveit Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Gerald Ventura, Jr. Ms. Susan M. Foster ‘96 Mr. Donald L. Wagner Little People’s College, Inc. Ms. Judy Wallace Mr. Mark H. Carney Dean Mary Louise Walsh ‘87 Dr. Thomas Lawton ‘53 Mr. Donald R. Watson Don Watson Memorial Golf Tournament Mr. Felix B. Waxler Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Jonathan Blake Waxler Ms. Angela A. Fell Mrs. Thelma Schwartz Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Ms. Ruth G. Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Thadeuz F. Swiszcz Mr. Charles Winterhalter Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mrs. Geraldine Winterhalter Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler To view the list of donors visit: www.umassd.edu/publicaffairs/magazine. Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate list acknowledging our donors. However, if you are aware of any error, please accept our apology and contact the Advancement Office at 508.999.8200 or email Advancement@ umassd.edu. Thank you.


Ways to Give

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Cash Many of the gifts received by the UMass Dartmouth Foundation are in the form of cash — usually by check. Increasingly, some alumni and friends have chosen to make their gifts to the Annual Fund using a major credit card. This allows the donor to take advantage of any benefits awarded by the credit card company such as frequent flyer miles, bonus points, etc. Both types of gifts are simple to make and are immediately available for use by the university.

Assistant Chancellor Michael J. Eatough ’09

Securities Gifts of appreciated stocks, bonds and mutual funds offer distinct advantages to the donor while benefiting the UMass Dartmouth Foundation. In the case of such gifts, the donor can earn a charitable income tax deduction and eliminate all or a large portion of the capital gains tax that the donor would otherwise be required to pay if the securities were sold. Gifts-in-Kind These donations to the UMass Dartmouth Foundation are not direct, monetary contributions; they may consist of real estate and other assets including antiques, paintings, rare books, and equipment. Gifts-in-kind may offer particular tax advantages, depending upon the circumstances of the donor. We suggest that the donor consult with professional counsel for advice on such gifts. Honor or Memorial Gifts Family or friends can make these gifts to benefit UMass Dartmouth and honor campus community members or loved ones. To make a donation, contact the Advancement Office at 508.999.8200 or give online at umassd.edu/donate

UMass Dartmouth Foundation Board of Directors

Director of Donor Relations Tia Bullard

The University firmly supports the concept of equal opportunity without regard to an individual’s race, color, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or veteran status as it applies to his/ her employment, admission to and participation in the University’s programs and activities, provision of services, and selection of vendors who provide services or products to the University.

President Dr. Jean F. MacCormack, Chancellor

Executive Office Director Barbara A. Compton

Vice President Dr. Anthony J. Garro Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs

Administrative Assistant Juanita Lopez ’95

Chairman Mr. Gerald Mauretti ‘65

Assistant Vice Chancellor / Principal Gifts, Annual Support and Alumni Louise Mitchell ’81

Vice Chairman Ms. Jody Oliveira

Administrative Assistant Gina M. Nolan Senior Programmer Analyst Michael J. O’Leary Accountant Charlene Picard Senior Philanthropic Officer Donald H. Ramsbottom Director of the Annual Fund Jennifer L. Raxter ’98 Assistant Vice Chancellor, Corporate and Foundation Relations Wendy K. Skinner Administrative Assistant Elaine Tisdale Asselin Administrative Assistant Nancy J. Tooley ’99 Senior Philanthropic Officer David Wilber

Statement of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action UMass Dartmouth wholeheartedly supports and encourages the development of action programs designed to promote the employment and advancement of women, Blacks, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, persons with disabilities, and Vietnam-era veterans as a means of assuring compliance with the provisions of campus Affirmative Action plans.

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The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Assistant Chancellor for Equal Opportunity, Diversity and Outreach, Foster Administration Building, Room 305, UMass Dartmouth, 285 Old Westport Road, Dartmouth, MA 02747 508.910.6405

Treasurer / Clerk Mr. Len Sullivan Members Mr. Hershel Alpert Ms. Maria Furman ’76 Mr. William Giblin ’57 Mr. Thomas Lambalot ’85 Ms. Elizabeth Isherwood Moore ’80 Ms. June Roche ’60 Ms. Koreen Santos, CPA, CSEP Mr. Frank B. Sousa, Jr. ’00 Mr. Robert Stoico Mr. Robert Watkins ’02 Mr. William Whelan ’09 Mr. Myron Wilner Mr. Ron Xavier ’72 Mr. Yong Zhang ’93

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Ex Officio Members Professor Michael Baum Mr. Michael Eatough ’09, Executive Director, Assistant Clerk Ms. Judith Lima ‘87 ’03 Ms. Deborah McLaughlin, Assistant Treasurer Honorary Directors Mr. Alan Ades ‘96 Mrs. Charlotte G. Babbitt Mr. Patrick Carney Mr. Kevin Champagne Ms. Betty Chang Dr. Peter H. Cressy Mr. W. Dale Jones Mr. James J. Karam ’71, ‘01 Mr. Harold G. Lash Honorable William Q. MacLean, Jr. ‘80 Mrs. Jean E. Whelan

Inquiries concerning the application of nondiscrimination policies may also be referred to the Regional Director, Office for Civil Rights, US Department of Education, J.W. McCormack Building, Room 222, Boston, MA 02109

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Class Notes ’50s

Ronald Fryer ’55, textile chemistry, Bridgton, ME, worked as a sales technician for over 38 years. He retired and writes short articles for the Earth Notes. Ronald and his wife Fran are living in the middle of 2.5 square miles of conserved land. Joseph Berube ’57, advertising design, Swansea, local artist is finding the beauty in some recognizable landmarks. The Old Sakonnet Bridge, St. Anne’s Church, Roger Williams Park, and the Swansea Town Hall are a few examples of his good eye.

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Gary Drewniak ’66, chemistry, Palm Coast, FL, is happily retired, playing tennis in Florida. Albert W. Caron, Jr. ’69, political science, Marion, retires in June 2010 after serving the students of the New Bedford schools for more than 25 years. Al writes “The last day of school will be bittersweet, but I know in my heart it is the right decision. My philosophy of education was guided by a quite simple quote from the Irish poet and writer William Butler Yeats: “Education is not filling the pail, but lighting the fire.” An active alumni supporter, Al served as a former president of the UMass Dartmouth Alumni Association and is a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame.

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James J. Karam ’71, business administration, HD 2001, Tiverton, the vice chairman of the University of Massachusetts board of trustees, has been chosen to head the 23-member search committee for a new UMass president. The committee will seek the replacement for Jack M. Wilson, who will retire in June 2011 after eight years at the

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helm of the university system. Karam, who is president of First Bristol Corp., will lead a committee of two dozen representatives coming from all five UMass campuses as well as outside organizations. Karam’s appointment, announced by trustees Chairman Robert J. Manning, puts him in charge of a grueling process that could take up to nine months. Besides the ability to find alternate means of financing the system, Karam said, “One of the other attributes I will look for is someone who can command respect on many levels, the business community, the political community, the academic community, and knows how to move in those areas.” Karam said he wants to keep a lid on costs to keep UMass affordable for the state’s students. John Arrington ’73, political science, Bristol, CT, retired after thirty six years in corporate America which included twenty three years with General Electric and five years with the United States Air Force. Thomas Flanagan ’73, biology, Barrington, has published The Talking Point: Creating an Environment for Exploring Complex Meaning, a book about how people learn within groups. The new work is a narrative exposition of 40 years of field validation of structured dialogic design. This book, written to be accessible, is an invitation for transformational leaders and those who support transformational leaders to pick up a new tool in the essential quest to put our nation and our world back on track toward sustainable futures. Dana E. Ramey ’74, Spanish, Newport, a Middletown High School Spanish teacher who organizes cultural “immer-

sion experiences” for his students was named 2010 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth who holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Rhode Island, Ramey was cited for developing a program in which high school students teach Spanish to fourth graders, and for organizing the annual World Language Fair at the high school. Ramey, an educator for 13 years, now becomes a candidate for national Teacher of the Year. Paul J. Bollea ’75, accounting, Faxfair Station, VA, retires in June 2010 after thirty five years with the US General Accountability office in Washington, DC. A long time supporter of UMass Dartmouth; Paul thanks Southeastern Massachusetts University for providing him with a good education which provided him his fulfilling career. Dennis B. Lincoln ’75, marketing, Wilmington, joined the Bulfinch Group, a general agency of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, in NYC, as a financial specialist. Bulfinch Group President states that, “We are pleased to have Dennis join our organization...he brings a wealth of knowledge and years of experience regarding the complexities of insurance planning and wealth accumulation and protection to his new post. Dennis bases his business on a foundation of caring, honesty and integrity.” Ken Richards ’75, and his band Pearly Baker gave a benefit performance at the Zeiterion Theater to celebrate their 25th anniversary. The Pearly Baker Band was founded by fellow band members Mike Mahoney (UMass Dartmouth Publications senior designer), Tim Richmond ’87, and Terry Sullivan ’86, and includes Jim

Novick and Eric Costa. The charity event on April 3 raised in excess of $17,000 for the United Way of Greater New Bedford Hunger Commission of Southeastern Massachusetts. Oliver Cipollini ’78, psychology, Barnstable, a director on the Alumni Association Board, has announced his candidacy for the office of Governor’s Councilor for District One. He is a retired clerk-magistrate and a systems network manager. Experienced working with large budgets and diverse systems, he has worked with children and young adults in the juvenile court system, as a social worker, and counselor at St. Vincent’s Home in Fall River. Janet Morris ’78, textile design/ handweaving, Westport, CT, works as the vice president of design and product development for Tradewinds Imports.

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Arthur Motta Jr. ’80, visual design, New Bedford has been named senior director of marketing and communications at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. Phoebe G. Blackburn ’81, accounting, Lakeville, has been named Dean of Business and


Cl ass N otes Jame Richards ’95 — Rising in the Literary World

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ame Richards’ interest in history began in childhood when every school vacation involved a family trip in the paneled station wagon to museums, presidential tombs, and historical monuments. She bided her time until reaching the gift shop by wondering why they couldn’t go to an amusement park or the beach like everyone else. Little did she know that history would become the foundation for an award-winning work of literature. A 1995 graduate of UMass Dartmouth, Richards’ first novel, Three Rivers Rising: A Novel of the Johnstown Flood, was the winner of the PEN New England Children’s Book Caucus 2008 Susan P. Bloom Discovery Award and was recently released by publisher Alfred A. Knopf. Set in the Allegheny Mountains in 1889, this powerful story features a cross-class romance during one of the most tragic events in U.S. history. She was interviewed for these pages by Michael Eatough, assistant chancellor for institutional advancement, and a 2009 graduate of the Professional Writing Graduate Program. How long have you had this story in mind and where did the idea come from? I first saw a film about the flood in high school history class, and it really affected me. Years later, when I was starting to think about trying my hand at writing, I saw the film again and said, “This would be a great backdrop for a Romeo and Juliet story.” All the conflict and tension was already built in. So, I carried this story around in my mind for many years, waiting for the opportunity to write it. Or rather, the story was waiting for me to become a strong enough writer to handle the material. When you first finished your book, what were your initial thoughts? My thought was, “I wrote the book I wanted to read, so even if no one else ever reads it, I did it.” There was also a bit of disbelief, “I have a whole book in my hands—-I can’t believe I wrote it!” I soon learned that “finished” is a relative term, and there were many rewrites and revisions along the way. I made the last little tweak just before the book went to print in February, so…is it finished yet? I’ll know it’s done when I see it on the bookstore shelves. At what point did you know that you were submitting your book to the PEN New England Children's Book Caucus and what were your expectations? When you’re first trying to get a book published, you’re flying blind with long periods of waiting, wondering what agents

and editors are thinking, etc. It can help your motivation to do small definable tasks like entering a contest, applying for a grant or attending a conference. Doesn’t hurt to get your name out there as well. That was really my only expectation, to feel like I was moving forward. You have two daughters. Have they read the book and did they give you feedback? They’ve been drawing on the backs of early drafts of this book for years already —that’s our scrap paper. My younger daughter has just learned to read, so she’ll get around to it eventually. My older daughter read it and, even though she’s quite a bit younger than the target audience, she got the idea. “The boy and girl like each other, and there’s a big flood.” That’s enough meat for a fourth grader. She’ll have a totally different experience of this book as a teen, and again as an adult when she can appreciate the nuances. You could almost say it’s a book that grows with you. Any advice to aspiring writers on dealing with rejection... and success? I myself am still waiting to develop that thick skin people talk about, but what happens eventually is you’ll start getting more concrete feedback from agents and editors, and rejections with more positive notes. Unfortunately, you just have to power through those early form letter rejections, try to learn from them, and improve your manuscript until they can’t say no. Why did you choose UMass Dartmouth for a Master’s in Professional Writing? I chose the Professional Writing program because of the variety of courses and the emphasis on the “professional” part. I didn’t know if I was a writer or not, but I wanted to explore teaching and editing while I found out. So, at UMass Dartmouth, I could head in a career direction I was excited about while dipping a toe in the water of poetry and fiction. Do you have any ideas for your next book? It has to do with young Irish immigrant women who worked as domestics, known as Bridgets. Mix in fairies and visions, typhoid and tea leaves… Jame Richards is scheduled to be the alumni speaker at UMass Dartmouth’s Graduate School Commencement on May 22. Come hear her speak or visit her online at www.jamerichards.com.

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On Tour with Chris Alderman ‘92

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hris Alderman’s UMass Dartmouth degree from the Charlton College of Business had served him well. It allowed him to gain employment in various financial services positions but he never quite enjoyed his work. Thinking of a new career path, Alderman fielded a call from high school classmate Jo Dee Messina, a country music superstar who has charted nine #1 Singles on Billboard. She asked if Chris would be interested in coming to Nashville, TN. He agreed and soon became the Production Manager for Jo Dee Messina’s tour. Committed to staying in Nashville where he met his wife, Alderman later joined multiplatinum recording artists Rascal Flatts who previously played as the opening act for Jo Dee Messina. He first served as the Rascal Flatts stage manager before being promoted to tour manager, a position he now serves with Dierks Bentley, a country music superstar who has charted seven #1 hits and who was on tour until December 12th. “I left on very amicable terms with Rascal Flatts. My first child was born and I felt that it was important to be home for these early years,” says Mr. Alderman. “Nashville is a small town and I had befriended Dierks after meeting him at a few events including some award shows. One day, he called for some advice and eventually he invited me to join

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him as his tour manager.” “The duties of a tour manager are far ranging. I’m responsible for travel logistics for the artists and crew. I arrange radio and television interviews, which have recently included appearances on Conan O’Brien and Craig Ferguson. I coordinate with the stage manager on lighting, sound and power. In short, it’s like building a house and taking it down every day,” says Mr. Alderman. Chris Alderman enjoys the job but is pretty level headed about the positives and negatives of touring with musicians. “Being on the road is terrific. You get to see different worlds and different cultures. Last year, I went to Australia and Dierks even played the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Norway. It was pretty amazing. Of course, the downside is that I miss my wife and two children terribly.” “At UMass Dartmouth, I went to quite a few concerts and was always fascinated with the production side of the event,” says Alderman. “Of course, the accounting courses that I took have become critical to my job especially as they relate to tickets sales, vending, etc.... I may not have been as thrilled to take the accounting courses then but the applicability has certainly come full circle.”

Information Management at Bristol Community College. Blackburn has worked at BCC for nine years as the associate professor of business administration and founder and director of the Academic Center for Entrepreneurship. She was appointed presidential fellow by Dr. John J. Sbrega, BCC President. Blackburn is a board member of the Southern New England Entrepreneurship Forum, a member of Teachers of Accounting at Two-Year Colleges, and a member of Advanced Leadership Academy 2009/2010. Blackburn received the NISOD Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Texas at Austin, and holds a Master of Business Administration from Bentley College. Edward M. Lambert Jr. ’81, psychology, Fall River, former mayor of Fall River, is the Director of the UMass Dartmouth Urban Initiative. He returned to his alma mater, Bishop Connolly High School, as a guest on “Ten from the Line.” Mary Lyons ’81, psychology, Mattapoisett, is the first female president of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association. Lyons took over as president of the statewide organization from Wellesley Police Chief Terrence Cunningham. Lyons, a native of Waltham, served in the same police department as her father and brother. She started her law enforcement career In 1983 as an officer at Southeastern Massachusetts University. She joined the Mattapoisett force in 1985 and became chief in 2001. (See UMass Dartmouth Spring ’07 issue for full story) Peter deSilva ’84, management, Kansas City, deSilva was elected Chairman of the Board of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce in November, 2009 and is focusing on creating quality jobs, economic growth, and making Kansas City the best place to live and work. DeSilva and his wife, Michelle, have two teenage daughters.


Cl ass N otes Joseph Carvalho ’88, accounting, Dartmouth, opened Exit Realty Advisors in 2003. He was awarded the Bronze Designation Award at Exit Realty Corp. International’s annual convention. This is the second consecutive year that Carvalho has received the award.

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Fadra S. Northrup ’92, human/social sciences, Swansea, works as a residential loan officer at Mechanics Cooperative Bank. Northrup began her financial career in 1996 at First Federal Savings Bank in Fall River and has worked for Mechanics Cooperative Bank since 2004. Jeffrey Thompson ’95, electrical engineering technology, Middletown, RI. In the late 1980s, Thompson made his living as a professional skateboarder. He competed in contests and helped popularize skateboarding. He

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recently spoke with Investor’s Business Daily about the similarities between competitive skateboarding and building a tech company —and how he applies a champion’s mind-set to business. He co-founded Towerstream in December 1999 and has served as a director since inception and as chief operating officer from inception until November 2005 when he became president and chief executive officer. In 1995, Thompson co-founded and was vice president of operations of EdgeNet Inc., a privately held Internet service provider, which was sold to Citadel Broadcasting Corporation in 1997. Towerstream is a leading fixed WiMAX

service provider in the U.S., delivering high-speed Internet access to businesses in ten markets including New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, the San Francisco Bay Area, Miami, Seattle, Dallas-Fort Worth, Philadelphia, and the greater Providence area where the Company is based.

Stephanie Drum ‘96, accounting, MS taxation Bently College, Carver, has been named a Senior Tax Manager for KAF Financial Group, one of the leading CPA firms in the Boston area. In this role she works as a liaison between partners, clients and internal staff in the company’s

Braintree headquarters and has responsibility for developing business and managing staff. Previously she worked for Pricewaterhouse Coopers focusing on US and foreign partnerships within the private equity industry. Drum lives with her husband and their two children and enjoys exercising, reading, and traveling with her family. Catherine Carter, ‘97, MFA-fine arts/painting, Holliston, has two of her paintings on exhibit at the United States Embassy in Yaounde, Cameroon, through the ART in Embassies Program. Nelson Dias ’97, sociology/ criminal justice, Fall River, has been appointed Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager in Citizens Bank’s Barrington, R.I. office. Dias joined Citizens from HSBC bank where he worked as a vice president and district sales manager.

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Steven E. Roberts ’98, MFAartisanry, Kansas City, MO, demonstrated his skills in ceramic art during Archie Bray Day, February 17, at the University of Montana. Roberts work can be seen on the Archie Bray Day Foundation website. Roberts studied painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and ceramics at Kansas City Art institute. Roberts has taught at the Kansas City Art Institute, Bowling Green State University, University of Alaska at Anchorage and the University of Wisconsin. Aaron Charpentier ’99, humanities & social sciences, New Bedford, writes that his book, Memoirs of Love: At Summer’s End, is currently available online. Charpentier is working as an English lecturer based in Shanghai, and has held appointments at both Korean, and Chinese universities. He utilizes his childhood experience of growing up in New England as a catalyst towards enchanting readers with an American’s experience of the East. Joseph P. Lopes ’99, political science, New Bedford, was elected to the New Bedford City Council.

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William A. Flanagan ’02, sociology/ criminal justice, Fall River, practices law in the Federal

District Court of Massachusetts. He was elected mayor of Fall River in 2009. Michael R. Giusti ’03, English/ writing and communications, Seekonk. A U.S. Army National Guard specialist, Giusti graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. During the nine weeks of training, Giusti participated in training in the development of basic combat skills and battlefield operations and tactics. Mark Batty ’06, typography. Mark Batty Publisher is pleased to announce a new kind of alphabet book, ABCing: Seeing the Alphabet Differently, authored by Colleen Ellis ’06, MFA graphic design/lettering, Scituate. Mark Batty Publisher is an independent publisher dedicated to making distinctive books on the visual art of communicating. Colleen Ellis ’06, MFA-graphic design/lettering, Scituate, is an artist and author of, ABCing: Seeing the Alphabet Differently, which was awarded an honorable mention for the Susan P. Bloom Discovery Award given by PEN New England Children’s Book Caucus. Ellis uses every letter of the Latin alphabet, pairing each one with design-inspired

Deaths October ’09–March ’10 Everett James Singleton James M. Shepley Albert H. Varnum, Jr ‘34 Harold R. Bannister ‘35 William A. Renaud ‘ 50 Adrian G. Forcier ‘53 Thomas F. Kenney ‘53 John Medeiros ‘58 G. Normand Collet ‘60 Thomas S. McKenna ‘61 Paul Braz ‘63 Robert L. Pelletier ‘64 Theodore J. Garifales ‘69 Robert A. Powers ‘69 Paul H. Duperre ‘71 Paul H. Furedy ‘71 Catherine J. Desourdy ‘75 Pamela J. Hunt ‘78 John Russell ‘80 Paul W. Scannell ‘80 Marilyn N. Abraham ‘82 William P. Thran ‘82 Eileen M. Corey ‘86 Karen G. Lloyd ‘86 Charles C Ballard ‘87 Marlene Moynihan McCaffrey ‘88 Bruce A. Campbell ‘89 Karen M. Cronin ‘92 Derek M. Hughes ‘93 Michael C. Perrun ‘97 Richard Coatsworth Mullen ‘97 Rachel Cardoso Cunha ‘04 Dr. Joseph Sauro, faculty

Paving the way to opportunity Ronald Xavier and his son Shawn are helping to build a path for future

Shawn Xavier ’07 shown with his father Ronald Xavier ’72 UMass | D a rtmo u th

generations with their participation in the UMass Dartmouth Paver Program. Celebrate your own journey at UMass Dartmouth with a paver inscribed with your message that will become a lasting part of the University landscape. The $250 paver cost will be put towards student scholarships, enabling deserving students to create their own path to success at UMass Dartmouth. To purchase a paver or for more information, please call the University Advancement Office at 508.999.8034.

words like “dynamic,” “imagination,” and “scale” to create illustrations using only the negative shapes of a given letter. The result is a visual and conceptual mixture of philosophy, poetry and art. Jaime R. Eubanks ’06, accounting, New Bedford, was promoted to senior accountant at Hodgson Pratt & Associates firm. Martha Grover ’07, MFA-ceramics, Bethel, ME, was awarded a $7,000 Scholarship & 2009-10 Residency at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT.; First Place Honors, Clay on the Wall: 2010 Clay National, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.; Martha will be one of five Emerging Artist presenters at the annual 2010 NCECA Conference held this year in Philadelphia, PA. Benedict W. Guigas ’08, history, Norton. SPC Guigas U.S. Army was deployed to Iraq in October 2009. Guigas completed his training as a Cavalry Scout at Fort Knox, KY . Presented at the Iron Troop 19D OSUT Graduation Ceremony, Guigas received the George S. Patton Leadership Award. In Iraq, Guigas is with the HHT Third Brigade Combat Team/First US Cavalry. Valerie J. Amaral ’08, political science/pre-law, Acushnet, conducted an event entitled, “Building a Queens Crown Box” a workshop for pageant enthusiast at the Burt Wood School of Performing Arts. Amaral teaches voice, acting, and pageant preparation while attending law school. Jennifer Ling Datchuk ’08, MFAartisanry/ceramics, New Bedford, is exhibiting her latest work at the UTSA Satellite Space in the Blue Star arts complex in San Antonio, TX. The Blue Star Arts Complex is an innovative adaptation of historic warehouse buildings into an arts-oriented mixeduse development of apartments, galleries, retail, artists’ work spaces, and design offices.


Hi, my name is Kerry Aucoin... Kerry Aucoin (left), a sophomore psychology major from Newton, can be found in Room 101-E in the Textiles Building every other Sunday and several nights a week making calls to our 40,000 alumni all around the country. Kerry updates them on the happenings at their alma mater, tries to learn a little bit about them, answers their questions, and yes, asks for a contribution to the UMass Dartmouth Annual Fund. The Annual Fund makes it possible for students like Kerry and her classmates to achieve their educational aspirations. So, if you get a call from Kerry or another member of the Annual Fund Team pictured above, please take a moment to share your own experiences of life at the university and life AFTER the university. Because, your achievement is a most powerful example of the transformative impact of your UMass Dartmouth education. Your story will make their day.


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Job, family and go back to school? Sure, it’s a balancing act. There’s no trick to getting a degree. It’s hard work, especially if you’re holding down a job and have a family. Who has the time? For that you need a level headed approach that makes taking classes convenient—and affordable. That’s what you’ll find with the Graduate Studies program and Professional and Continuing Education courses at UMass Dartmouth. Choose from a wide range of subjects in business, fine arts, engineering, nursing, marine sciences, education and now law. Or focus on one of our more than 25 graduate degree and certificate programs like our Charlton College MBA, Master of Arts in Teaching, Initial Teacher Licensure, Master of Arts in Psychology­ —Applied Behavior Analysis Option, Master of Public Policy, and PhD programs in areas like Biomedical Engineering and Bio-Tech. Best of all, UMass Dartmouth offers a great balance of top quality education at a price that won’t upset your equilibrium. Learn more about the Graduate Studies or Professional and Continuing Education program at UMass Dartmouth by visiting umassd.edu. See how we’re putting world class education within reach.

World Class. Within Reach.


UMass Dartmouth Magazine Spring 2010