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2006–2007 / 2007–2008

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To our alumni and friends...

the past two fiscal years have been a whirlwind for the University of

Central Florida. The university has taken unprecedented steps in its history. In June of 2006 we celebrated the end of our tremendously successful

Central to Our Future Campaign. It was our most ambitious effort to date, with a goal of $250 million. The campaign raised over $365 million in

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private and state-matched support.

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I’m pleased to present you with this multiyear annual report, which highlights some of the tremendous accomplishments of the past few years. On the heels of our landmark capital campaign, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER two of the most exciting new facilities in our university’s history were built. Bright House Networks Stadium and the College of Medicine have instantly become symbols of our burgeoning campus. ROBERT HOLMES UCF FOUNDATION, INC.

Bright House Networks Stadium represents the culmination of community partnerships, sponsorships and individual donor support. The 45,000-seat facility has quickly become a routine destination for alumni and fans.

In 2005, an announcement was made that will forever change the face of Central Florida – UCF would create a college of medicine. In October of 2007 the university broke ground on the UCF Health Sciences Campus at Lake Nona. The college will ultimately educate 120 of the nation’s finest new physicians on an annual basis. When the college opens in the fall of this year, the charter class of 40 students will enjoy full scholarships, paid for by our generous alumni and friends. As we move forward, we remain committed to being trusted stewards for the thousands of donors who pledge their financial support to UCF. We sincerely thank our volunteer leadership and all of you who support the university’s vision of educating the future leaders of our great state and nation.


UCF stands for opportunit y

UCF Foundation supports that opportunity. While funding from the state provides basic financial support, gifts made through the UCF Foundation fund scholarships, program and faculty endowments, and new classrooms, laboratories and buildings that add value to a UCF education and bring distinction to the university.

UCF Teaching Academy for Teaching, Learning and Leadership

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College of Medicine Charter Class Scholarships

UCF Creates a Medical City UCF is the first U.S. medical school to commit to offering scholarships to an entire class. — Association of American Medical Colleges THE CHALLENGE

The College of Medicine is competing for top students with more well-established and prestigious medical schools. Recruiting the

highest-quality students is a major challenge for UCF. Top students need strong incentives to choose UCF. THE SOLUTION

Offer full scholarships to all 40 students for four years, allowing

highly qualified students with pioneering spirits to choose the UCF College of Medicine.

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Meeting the Challenge: Dean Mead

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To fund 40 charter class scholarships before the college opens, Dean Deborah German issued a challenge to the Central Florida community. And it didn’t take long for a community leader to step up. Michael Minton, was the first to bring the challenge to his law firm, Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capuano & Bozarth, P.A. “Dean German gave a presentation at the Orlando Chamber retreat,” said Minton. “She talked about securing 40 charter class scholarships as one gift. I was sitting with Sesh Thakkar [of the Tavistock Group] and we discussed dividing the scholarships into 40 separate ones. That led us to create a ‘business-to-business challenge.’ Sesh and I committed to underwriting the first two scholarships on the spot.” “We were thrilled with the opportunity. We wanted to relay to Dr. German and the Central Florida medical community our commitment to what they are doing. We wanted to show our appreciation for their efforts.”

Minton and Dean Mead believe the College of Medicine will do great things for the university and the community right away. “The college creates prestige and notoriety for UCF. The economic impact it has on Central Florida is immeasurable. The plans to create a medical city at Lake Nona are fantastic. It will be an incredible place and will no doubt be emulated across the country.” Additionally, Minton sees the influx of staff and researchers as a major boost to our area. “The doctors and professionals moving into Central Florida will create a better community. These new community members will become business, family and public leaders. The new medical city will create spin-off businesses, offices, opportunities, and with the bio tech sector being added there will be cross-over between the College of Optics and Photonics and much more. It’s hard to envision today what opportunities will be created in the future but it will definitively change the way we live.”


Rendering of UCF College of Medicine

Rendering of UCF College of Medicine Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences

UCF College of Medicine Scholarship Committee Members We sincerely thank all of these volunteers for their tireless dedication to the UCF College of Medicine. James T. Barnes, Jr. Dr. Anthony Beck Dr. Deborah C. German Raymond Gilley Robert J. Holmes, Jr. Kim A. Minana ’76 Michael D. Minton, Esq., Co-Chair Dr. Neil Newberg Sangeeta Pati, M.D., FACOG Wanita Patterson, ARN Charles “Chip” Roberts Jeanette Carpenter Schreiber, J.D., M.S.W. Diane L. Storch Rasesh Thakkar, Co-Chair ’84

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College of Medicine Charter Class Scholarships

College of Medicine Charter Class Scholarship Donors

Our sincere thanks go to each of these donors for their early commitment to the college’s charter class scholarship fund.

Endowed Scholarships

Our sincere thanks go to each of these donors for their immeasurable support of the UCF College of Medicine and the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences.

Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth, PA

A Friends’ Foundation Trust

The Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation

Anonymous Brevard County Board of County Commissioners

Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando

Affiliated Engineers

Hospice of the Comforter

Chatlos Foundation, Inc.

Judith A. and David S. Albertson

HuntonBrady Architects

Darden Restaurants, Inc.

M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando

Infectious Disease Consultants

Demetree Family

Martin Andersen/Gracia Andersen Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Kirti Kalidas and Family

Dr. Phillips, Inc.

Harriet Lake for Hy Lake

Anonymous

Florida Hospital Foundation

LIFE at UCF, Inc.

Bank of America

The Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation

James T. and Diana P. Barnes

Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, PA

Alan Ginsburg Family Foundation

Seth and Marie Bernstein

Rita and John Lowndes

Broad and Cassel Central Florida Cardiology Group, P.A.

Melbourne Internal Medicine Associates

Central Florida Hospitalist Partners

Medical Center Radiology Group

Joe R. Lee

O’Ann and Pat Christiansen

Walter P. Moore and Associates, Inc. – Donald L. Moe

Martin Andersen/Gracia Andersen Foundation, Inc.

The Nemours Foundation

Mary and Richard A. Nunis

Park Square Homes

Orange County Board of County Commissioners

CNL Charitable Foundation, Inc. Consulate Health Care Joseph D. Conte

Nancy and Al Burnett

HD Supply Jill and Beat M. Kahli Lake County Board of County Commissioners

Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth, P.A.

Parrish Medical Center Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation

Mary L. Demetree

Dr. Annapurna Pattisapu and Dr. Jogi Pattisapu

Osceola County Board of County Commissioners

Dr. Russell W. Ramsey Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation

Laurence J. Pino, Esq., and Mrs. Janet Horvath-Pino ’89

Shuffield Lowman

Seminole County Board of County Commissioners

Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Trust, The Nemours Foundation – Edward Ball Fund U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Bank of America Foundation

Non-Endowed Scholarships

Dillard Family Scholarship

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Capital Donors to the UCF Health Sciences Campus at Lake Nona

Andrea Eliscu Florida Emergency Physicians Florida Heart Group Florida Hospital (2) Florida’s Blood Centers Galloway Foundation Alan Ginsburg Family Foundation Saundra and Charlie Gray GrayRobinson John and Stacey Gray Family Group of Friends Harris Engineers

Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q South Lake Hospital Tavistock Group United Medical Corporation US Implants Cheri and Bob Vander Weide Walt Disney World Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Winter Park Health Foundation

Orlando Health

Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q Tavistock Group Wachovia Foundation Walt Disney World Company Winter Park Health Foundation


The Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation

When news of UCF’s plan to build a college of medicine began circulating around Central Florida, the trustees of the Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation not only took an interest, they took action. “There were several reasons for donating to the College of Medicine,” said Harold A. Ward, III, president of the foundation. “As stewards of the foundation, our trustees follow what our founders, Jeannette and Hugh McKean, would have done. While we believe the McKeans would have supported this project, we also know a medical college is long overdue for our area. There is a need for new medical schools and an increase in doctors as our population continues to grow.” The Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation was established in 1959 by Jeanette Genius McKean, in honor of her mother. The McKeans had a long history with UCF. Dr. Hugh McKean, Jeanette’s husband and former president of Rollins College, was an early supporter of UCF. He and a group of community leaders donated a portion of the initial funding to purchase the land on which the university sits. Once UCF received approval from the state to build the college, the foundation again pledged their support by creating an endowed scholarship. “The college is clearly a plus for UCF, but the bigger benefit is to our community,” said Ward. “UCF will be educating doctors who will hopefully stay here and practice. The college will be an economic boon to our community. It will recruit more professionals and create higher-paying jobs in our area.” Mr. Ward and the foundation are very confident in the future successes of the college and know their support will see immeasurable results. “Dr. German is a strong leader with terrific energy. She and the rest of the UCF family are very supportive, and Dr. Hitt’s ability to get the medical school approved is impressive. He is a great leader for UCF and the community, and we’re glad to have the opportunity to support this project.”

College of Medicine Facts • 206 faculty and staff members in UCF College of Medicine and its Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences • 816 volunteer faculty and joint appointments • 95 new residencies • $114 million raised • Received preliminary accreditation in February 2008 • Medical city at Lake Nona will include: -U  CF College of Medicine’s Medical Education building, Harriet F. Ginsburg Health Sciences Library, Burnett Biomedical Sciences building, UCF College of Nursing, and departments of the UCF College of Health and Public Affairs - Burnham Institute for Medical Research, East Coast Campus - Orlando VA Medical Center - Nemours Pediatric Health Care Campus -M  .D. Anderson Cancer Research Institute – Orlando Cancer Research Institute -T  avistock Group specialized laboratory facilities -U  niversity of Florida research facility pending

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Bright House Networks Stadium

T h e Knigh ts are Home

photo credit: Rick Walsh

The first UCF football game on September 2, 1979. Bobby Joe Plain makes the Knights’ first touchdown against St. Leo University.

as the UCF football team took the field for their first

game in 1979, many fans were already dreaming of the day the team would have a stadium on campus. When U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

the school signed a contract with the city to play in

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the Tangerine Bowl (later renamed the Citrus Bowl), the talks grew; taking the energy and excitement of

game days to campus would be ideal. Unfortunately, the cost of building a traditional, block and mortar

football stadium was too costly for the university and the Knights seemed destined to call the Citrus Bowl home for many more years.

However, in the spring of 2005, Jerry and Susan Roth pledged a leadership gift to UCF if the university would build an on-campus football stadium. Jerry brought with him a new vision and determination that the stadium be built on time and within budget. He took the time to look at comparable stadiums and their designs. He also worked with UCF’s administration in selecting an architect and general contractor to build the facility. The stadium’s west side features the four-level Roth Tower containing 24 luxury suites. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE >

STADIUM FACTS The stadium contains 2,452 tons of steel. More than 600 truckloads of concrete were used (equivalent to 60,000 yards or 1,620,000 cubic feet) with a weight of approximately 240,000,000 pounds. The first level of the Roth Tower contains a Club Lounge (4,200 square feet) with seating for 822.

Seating Capacity: 45,323 822 Club Seats 24 Luxury Suites Cost: $55 million Footprint: 25-acre site Facility Area: 1,089,000 square feet Stadium Dimensions: 725 feet wide x 900 feet long Roth Tower: 200 feet long x 50 feet wide x 120 feet high. There are 190 steps from ground level to the roof. Inaugural game held September 15, 2007, versus the #6 University of Texas Longhorns.


UCF’s first game in Bright House Networks Stadium on September 15, 2007, against Texas. More than 45,000 fans attended the nationally televised event.

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Bright House Networks Stadium

Bright House Networks Stadium Donors Mr. and Mrs. Scott Buescher Citizens Bank of Florida Thomas and Lori Cleary Foundation Mr. Donald R. Dizney Mr. Mike Douglas Mr. Michael J. Grindstaff, Esq. ’78 Hoke Maroon Foundation Holler Classic Insurance Office of America, Inc. Jonco, Inc. J. Rolfe Davis Insurance Agency, Inc. The Honorable Phyllis A. Klock and Dr. David R. Klock Mr. Salvador F. Leccese Mr. and Mrs.Randall E. McCall ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Nicholson Morgan Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Roth Mr. and Mrs. Al Sarabasa, Jr. Mr. Ronald C. Thow ’93 Trustco Bank Mr. and Mrs. Eric ’78 and Susan ’84 Yount

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The Roths’ efforts laid the groundwork for what would be an exhaustive process to build the stadium. After approval from the city, county and state, and numerous community meetings and forums, the plan was approved to build a football stadium on the UCF campus. As a result, the university broke ground in the spring of 2006 on a 45,000 seat stadium. Once the stadium was approved, the next task was clear: raise enough private support to pay for its construction. Tim Leonard, former associate athletics director for development, led this arduous effort. “The excitement surrounding this project was overwhelming. The community really got behind us from the beginning and wanted to help UCF athletics get to the next level. It’s rare for a university to build a stadium on campus these days, so this earned us immediate national attention.” Fans purchased club seats almost as soon as they became available. Suites in the Roth Tower were claimed just as quickly. Still, the stadium needed a naming sponsor. Leonard thought about companies that were strong in the community and would be a good fit with the university. “Bright House Networks was a logical choice for all parties. They have become synonymous with Central Florida living. They provide services that are part of our daily lives,” Leonard said. “When we presented the idea to Chris Fenger [J. Christian Fenger, President of Bright House Networks, Central Florida Division] he was very interested. He immediately recognized the value of a partnership like this.” “Bright House and UCF share several common traits,” said Fenger. “We both touch the community in a significant way and are progressive in our thinking and actions, so the idea of partnering seemed natural. We make our community investment decisions based on what is most important to our customers and there’s no question that UCF matters to this community academically, economically and emotionally.”

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The first season in Bright House Networks Stadium was a tremendous success. UCF fans shattered the all-time attendance mark for a season, leading Conference USA in attendance.

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Fenger was especially impressed with the effect the stadium had on our area. “I expected the stadium to have a positive impact on the team, fans, campus community, and Central Florida community, but I must confess, I think we all underestimated the level of excitement and enthusiasm the team and stadium received from all corners of the community. I’ve never seen anything like it and we are very proud to be associated in such a significant way with UCF. We look forward to continuing this relationship, to working together with the university – in both the letter and spirit of our agreement – to make the stadium a place where our community can come together, have fun and cheer-on our home team.”


UCF Knights celebrate their 2007 conference title win.

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UCF College of Education

The Progress Energy-UCF Leadership Institute

The Progress Energy-UCF Leadership Institute has served as a model for teaching educational leaders since 2003. Its mission is to enhance the knowledge and skills of local educational leaders through programs led by the nation’s most distinguished scholars. Participants in the institute, which is supported by faculty from the UCF College of Education and the Academy for Teaching, Learning and Leadership, are exposed to the best practices in education and the private sector during a two-year program. “Progress Energy’s gift is a wonderful example of what can happen when business partners with a university,” said President John Hitt. “Their corporate generosity will help UCF provide a forum for Florida educators to work with business leaders to learn best practices. We will provide school leaders with the tools they need to face the critical educational challenges in our state.”

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Teams of school and central office leaders from 13 Central Florida school districts are sharing their findings with other leaders, facilitating the integration of these ideas into their schools and classrooms. Along with classroom training, the institute allows participants to learn from their peers in other Florida counties and share their passion for learning and innovation.

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“Progress Energy is committed to investing in the future of Florida’s schools and the regions we serve,” said Dave Maxon, regional vice president for Progress Energy Florida. “The Leadership Institute has provided the opportunity for Florida’s educators to receive world-class training and development. We are pleased with the investment the institute has provided in our school leaders and believe it has serviced as a substantial resource for them to build stronger schools and students throughout Florida.” Participants are selected based on leadership track records, potential to make leadership contributions in their communities and a commitment to Florida students. The inaugural classes of the Leadership Institute included 134 participants from school systems across the area. Each participating school district selected a team including the superintendent, central office administrators and school principals.

College of Education

“The institute has been a win-win experience for everyone,” said Dr. Rose Taylor, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership. “Districts report that they frequently engage national speakers to consult in their districts after interacting with them at the institute. Administrators enjoy the process we have used – district teams participating in practitioner application sessions, followed by a national speaker of contemporary leadership issues, and concluding with job-alike sessions where they discuss and apply the ideas across district lines. Participants report that being an institute participant is the best professional development they have experienced.” Dr. William Bozeman, Professor of Educational Leadership, is proud of the institute and its accomplishments. “Last year I commenced a new doctoral program for a select group of school leaders called ‘Leadership 2010.’ The participants in this program attend all institute meetings, further enhancing the linkages between academics and practice. The opportunities for their academic study through the institute and dialogue with many of Florida’s best school administrators are priceless.” The institute’s successes have not only earned it praise locally, but educational leaders across the country are taking notice, as well. “The bridges between theory and practice have long been a challenge for universities,” says Bozeman. “Our institute has been hailed as a national model in this regard. Just this year, I was asked by Dean Tom Burham of the University of Mississippi to assist in their development of a prototype institute that follows the UCF model. I can think of few higher compliments.”


Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Mark Plaumann (’74) has never been one to waste time. The Orlando native received his bachelor’s degree in a mere 21 months. He accomplished that feat by spending much of his time buried in studies, when he wasn’t working the 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. shift at UPS. He became a Certified Public Accountant in 1975 at the age of 19, and earned his Certificate of Management Accounting in 1976. He was the youngest person in the country to receive those certifications. His hard work and determination paid off. During his time at UCF, Plaumann worked part-time for Ernst & Young (Ernst & Ernst at the time). After graduation he was offered a fulltime job. Plaumann transferred to Ernst’s headquarters in Cleveland after finishing his master’s at UCF in 1979. It was with this same dedication and drive that Plaumann made a capital gift to his alma mater. He made a commitment to UCF and the Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (CEI). The CEI fosters the notion that UCF stands for opportunity by working with a network of university, business and government partners to promote new venture creation, economic development and a better quality of life throughout the region. As manager-member and co-founder of Greyhawke Capital Advisors LLC, Plaumann understands the value of entrepreneurship and centers like the CEI. “The CEI gives students the opportunity to invent something and create a business for themselves. What happened at Stanford University with Yahoo and Google are great examples. This center can help attract people who have those interests.”

College of Business Administration

Plaumann knows how to operate successful businesses. Greyhawke’s affiliates have more than 80 properties throughout the US, with a current fair market value in excess of $500 million. His leadership, both as a successful entrepreneur and a donor, make him an invaluable friend to the College of Business Administration and the CEI. “The strength of the US economy is innovation and people having the ability to start new businesses. My hope is that the CEI will help people to do just that.”

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Endowment Funds

Endowed funds permanently enhance the university. They generate a steady stream of income while leaving

the principal untouched, making it possible for UCF to

provide scholarships for students, recruit the best faculty and generate cutting-edge research.

UCF Endowment Funds 2006-2007

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Fund Name

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Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

984

COHPA Endowed Memorial Scholarship (Quasi)

18,920

23,952

Criminal Justice Legal Memorial Quasi Endowed Scholarship

11,248

13,871

568

Marlene Richmond Memorial Scholarship Fund (Quasi)

10,607

13,550

561

Library Quasi Endowment

20,100

38,964

1,609

Library/Friends Quasi Endowment

35,000

40,208

1,594

UCF Downtown Scholarship Endowment Fund (Quasi)

11,743

15,035

622

FSEC Quasi Endowed

85,000

146,668

6,061

Central Florida Research Park Quasi Endowed

25,000

58,391

2,413

Alumni Quasi Endowed

520,210

-

-

Licensing Revenue Quasi Endowed Scholarship

243,794

344,842

10,010

Unrestricted Quasi Endowment

150,282

192,921

7,982

30,163

60,490

2,500

127,855

170,882

7,070

Gabor Agency Inc. Awards Fund Women’s Athletic Scholarship Endowment Legacy Soccer Lever Brothers Endowed

10,000

13,388

554

Dr. P. Phillips Scholarship Endowed

70,085

89,586

3,706 1,297

VIP Golf Tournament Scholarship Endowed

22,797

31,340

Beardall Baseball Scholarship Endowed

15,935

22,176

917

Hubbard Engineering Athletic Scholarship Endowed

95,000

137,764

5,700

Coca-Cola Scholarship Endowed

50,000

67,356

2,787

-

-

-

State Farm Insurance Scholarship Endowed

48,104

73,489

3,038

Fallen Knight Memorial Scholarship Endowed

45,978

62,275

2,582

J.C. Cain II Memorial Endowed Scholarship

10,399

12,326

504

Alan E. and Amy L. Clampitt Holsenbeck Women’s Basketball Endowed Scholarship

15,850

18,054

540

Barbara Cooper Endowed Tennis Fund

12,000

11,640

-

Marisa Gennaro Memorial Scholarship

30,624

38,376

1,545

110,587

128,528

5,152

Mary Scott Women’s Scholarship Endowed

Dr. Rudy Wodzinski Memorial Endowed


Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

187,500

212,392

7,457

Dr. O. M. Budd Berringer Pre-Health Professionals Endowed Scholarship

3,000

2,910

-

Burnett College of Biomedical Sciences Endowment

6,250

6,063

-

105,000

107,127

-

10,313

13,325

551

Sonnyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Endowment for the Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Scholars Program

150,000

171,035

5,976

Virginia Bingham Endowed Scholarship

100,000

97,000

-

CAE Link Endowed Professorship

180,000

288,529

11,938

Lockheed Martin Professorship in Engineering

150,000

283,903

11,746

Lockheed Martin St. Laurent Professorship

160,000

324,170

13,412

Fund Name Dr. Pattisapu R.J. Gangadharam Endowed Fund for Hydrocephalus Research

Hydrocephalus and Neuroscience Endowed Fund Dr. Solomon D. Klotz Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

40,000

110,254

4,562

Alex Alexander Endowed Professorship

195,679

251,966

10,425

Frank M. Hubbard Engineering Endowed Scholarship

152,000

220,352

9,117

34,675

47,570

1,968

Lawnie E. A. Burke Endowed Scholarship

6,320

8,172

338

Alvin Lehman Endowed Scholarship

8,611

11,014

456

Capital Campaign Engineering Endowed Chair

1,000

5,207

215

Dr. Austin L. Grogan Endowed Engineering Scholarship

10,629

15,170

620

Whalen Family Trust Engineering Scholarship

10,000

23,856

987

5,075

5,883

242

Lockheed Martin Lecture Endowment

Leslie M. Gross Endowed Scholarship

Infrastructure Professorship

9,247

11,811

488

150,000

198,123

8,197

Cora Shaw Jenkins Memorial Endowed Scholarship

10,290

13,400

546

Geotechnical and Environmental Endowed Scholarship

47,313

57,128

2,363

Jack Jennings Endowed Scholarship

20,000

25,485

1,054

Sunshine Chapter Army ROTC Endowed Scholarship

28,000

35,381

1,301

Yousef A. Yousef Endowed Fellowship

11,852

12,996

593

UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science Alumni Chapter Scholarship Endowment

264,471

306,512

12,628

AT&T Wireless Endowed Scholarship

150,000

173,876

7,147

8,258

8,031

-

244,687

283,785

11,584

Dan Conn ROTC Memorial Scholarship Central Florida Chapter ROTC Endowed Scholarship

Charles E. Nuckolls Endowed Scholarship Daniel D. Hammond Engineering Endowed Scholarship Kenneth E. Kiefer Endowed Engineering Scholarship Charles N. Millican Chair of Computer Science

27,675

32,351

1,292

1,000,000

1,762,828

72,938

299,069

345,835

13,836

Computer Science Programming Team Endowment

75,040

87,584

3,475

The Harvey L. Gaines Memorial Expressway Authority Endowed Scholarship

35,500

39,919

1,202

Arthur and Sally Hillman Computer Science Graduate Fellowship

1,020,000

1,280,229

48,217

College of Engineering and Computer Science Staff Appreciation Fund

10,746

12,529

500

William S. Byers Student Excellence Awards

15,047

16,721

663

5,300

5,211

-

Solid Waste Management Scholarship

34,000

39,784

1,355

SIM Endowed Graduate Award in Computer Science

38,400

44,843

1,508

9,200

8,924

-

14,000

16,322

670

SAIC Endowed Professorship

150,000

179,016

5,489

Wharton Smith Group Endowed Professorship

150,000

178,141

5,469

Gerry and Ruth Hartman Endowed Professorship

150,000

185,384

7,624

11,895

15,135

616

1,000

972

-

Marty Wanielista Endowed Scholarship

44,050

50,998

1,947

Armacost Pet-Armacost Operations Research Endowment

11,278

10,939

-

Construction Engineering and Management Endowment

32,000

32,168

-

Professor James K. Beck Endowed Scholarship

28,850

30,844

-

300,000

350,360

14,631

Agere Systems Eminent Scholar Chair of Computer Science

George F. Schrader Endowed Scholarship Fund

FWEA Central Florida Chapter Gabe Delneky Endowed Scholarship Miller, Seller, Conner and Walsh Endowed Scholarship

J. Paul Hartman Scholarship Fund Armacost Pet-Armacost Endowment Fund for IEMS

Walt Disney World Co. Ride and Show Engineering Scholarship

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Endowment Funds

Fund Name Gerald R. Langston Endowed Scholarship

101,662

103,722

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

-

5,500

5,335

-

970,000

-

Betty Kernodle Memorial Endowed Scholarship

23,826

35,314

1,461

John L. Mica Public Service Scholarship Fund

21,500

26,580

1,097

Patricia T. Barnes Memorial Endowed Scholarship

35,000

39,999

1,343

Amy Kuritar Lohrmann Scholarship

29,212

34,455

1,021

Margaret M. Samet Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

30,000

37,310

1,540

Carol J. Barr Endowed Scholarship

11,462

12,442

275

George Desalvia Memorial Endowed Scholarship

21,014

20,383

-

Judith G. Thames Scholarship Fund

29,990

32,854

-

Jallad Family Endowed Scholarship

7,500

7,275

-

1,003,594

1,447,172

59,850

John R. Quello Endowed Music Scholarship

7,052

8,988

372

Iva Kitchell Memorial Endowed Voice Scholarship

6,035

7,700

319

Jack Williams Memorial Endowed Scholarship

5,468

7,422

307

Dr. Gale Sperry Music Endowed Scholarship

7,287

10,900

445

Marc Pores Endowed Music Scholarship

6,870

14,422

597

John T. Washington Memorial Endowed Scholarship

27,349

54,009

2,224

J. Gary Wolf Endowed Piano Scholarship

15,457

18,647

767

21st Century World Class Scholars Endowed Chair in CECS

William S. and Alice M. Jenkins Eminent Scholar Chair of Community Arts

Jean C. Combs Endowed Scholarship

2,550

5,442

225

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Studies Endowed Scholarship

8,000

12,529

518

Horacio A. Fasce Endowed Scholarship

11,000

12,888

533

Douglas Rudy Memorial Endowed Scholarship

11,082

14,090

575

Dick and Shirley Wetherill Endowed Music Scholarship

242,699

284,002

11,745

Margaret Scott Brown Memorial Endowed Music Fund

242,649

283,772

11,728

Lucia C. Cooke Endowed Music Scholarship

162,903

194,077

8,027

41,377

51,461

2,128

29,675

34,483

1,277

Edmond R. and Victoria Wirths Endowed Scholarship

267,589

309,795

12,587

UCF History Endowment Fund

Chair in Italian Studies Endowment

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

1,000,000

Endowed Chair in Transportation

Frances R. Lefkowitz Endowed Scholarship

16

Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

150,083

174,623

6,390

Mary Page Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell Memorial Endowed Scholarship

10,050

11,741

485

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Scholarship

17,685

21,807

765

Arnold Haverlee Exploration Award Endowed Scholarship Fund

10,000

11,591

477

7,000

6,940

-

Burt Szabo Endowed Scholarship

47,503

55,669

1,923

Tess and Abe Wise Endowed Professorship in Judaic Studies

156,096

195,626

7,124

The Judith and David Albertson Endowed Eminent Chair

300,000

330,576

-

10,500

11,366

336

The Lester Mandell Endowed Scholar Chair in Ethics

506,000

564,485

-

Orlando UCF Shakespeare Festival Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair in Playwriting

462,500

521,860

-

The Al Ghazali Endowed Distinguished Professorship in Islamic Studies

456,835

510,711

14,179

Dr. Neil Euliano Endowed Chair in Italian Studies

750,000

827,270

-

Orlando Sentinel Endowed Scholarship

169,000

182,520

4,869

Mary Fleigh Endowed Scholarship Fund

Jonathan Mednick Memorial Endowment for the Community Documentary Project of the Zora Neal Hurston Institute for Documentary Studies at the University of Central Florida

35,100

38,777

1,670

Deans in Search of Excellence Fund

298,131

635,750

26,259

C.G. Avery Professorship Endowment

151,430

260,400

10,771

Ernst and Young Professorship Endowment

154,549

307,086

12,702

KPMG Peat Marwick Professorship Endowment

172,875

245,122

10,142

63,945

107,114

4,430

1,020,500

1,866,952

77,231

77,810

127,968

5,295

1,000,000

2,157,783

89,247

Dr. Marilyn W. Whisler Scholarship and Music Program Endowment

Price Waterhouse Professorship Endowment Al and Nancy Burnett Eminent Scholar Chair in Accounting Center for Economic Education Endowment Carl H. Galloway, Jr. Chair for Excellence in Business


Fund Name

Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

SunTrust, NA Eminent Scholar Chair of Banking

1,020,000

1,885,643

Della Phillips Martha Schenck Chair of American Private Enterprise

1,000,000

1,556,734

64,411

308,600

532,553

21,523

Dr. Phillips Institute for the Study of American Business Activity

74,673

14,344

19,966

826

155,265

270,526

11,192

James Carlton Dockeray Scholarship

23,615

44,954

1,859

Gordon Paul Marketing Scholarship

14,960

27,157

1,123

Buell Duncan Endowed Scholarship

15,887

33,361

1,380

SESRA Endowed Scholarship

4,255

7,770

321

Allen and Gertrude Marcus Book Endowed Scholarship

5,050

7,676

318

Irene Langer Wilson Endowed Scholarship John Cameron Aspley Memorial Endowed Scholarship

159,130

210,448

8,707

1,063,896

1,607,370

66,487

Robert Malkin Endowed Scholarship

12,840

15,639

647

Clayton R. Ford Endowed Scholarship in Banking and Finance

37,414

43,285

1,763

100,025

115,972

4,751

Accounting Advisory Board Research Support Fund BE 2000 Leadership Endowed Scholarship Fund

Accounting Advisory Board Faculty Development Fund NAIOP Jim Brown Endowed Real Estate and Business Ethics Scholarship DeVos Sport Business Management Program Endowed Fund Patrick McMahan Memorial Scholarship Fund Business Ethics Endowed Scholarship James and Diana Barnes Endowed Scholarship

204,100

239,204

9,886

5,000,025

5,810,566

235,759

17,828

20,626

840

145,000

169,974

6,943

25,000

48,195

1,994

342,629

422,173

16,641

College of Business Administration Endowed Entrepreneurship Fund

40,000

49,889

2,065

CBA Department of Management Endowed Faculty Development Account

35,000

40,478

1,481

CBA Department of Marketing Endowed Faculty Development Account

109,452

127,482

3,968

College Park Communities Endowed Scholarships

105,000

126,114

5,097

1,020,000

1,249,474

51,380

150,000

172,391

4,707

85,000

96,075

3,089

5,020,500

5,722,569

199,349

16,500

16,005

-

Accounting Advisory Board Endowed Scholarship

Orange County Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair DeVos Orlando Magic Sport Business Management Endowed Scholarship Fund Bond Foundation Inc. Endowed Scholarship Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting Endowment Fund Borcheck and Gase Endowed Scholarship Fund

15,000

14,550

-

Devos Endowment for Academics and Sports

7,500,000

8,280,916

237,755

Dr. Phillips Eminent Scholar Chair in Real Estate

Department of Finance Faculty Development Endowment

1,020,000

1,180,607

39,571

Dr Phillips Real Estate Institute Endowment

900,001

944,574

18,919

Robertson Student Support Fund

220,279

247,161

7,694

Jim Heistand NAIOP Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair in Real Estate

680,000

761,946

-

David F. Scott Finance Doctoral Student Dissertation Fund

50,000

53,469

1,054

Kenneth and Ruth Bradley Management Scholarship

12,000

11,640

-

R. Glenn Hubbard Student Research Award Endowment

25,000

27,596

1,182

Ivan and Fern Lefkowitz Graduate Endowed Scholarship

10,000

9,700

-

5,000

4,850

100,000

102,026

-

John L. Brinson Ethics Professorship

50,000

93,969

3,888

Lester Mandell Scholarship

15,000

23,359

967

101,000

137,354

5,683

-

-

-

84,287

109,821

4,544

1,758,775

2,299,644

95,149

600,000

801,659

33,169

Colonel Mike Murdock USMC Endowed Scholarship

12,625

16,144

660

Kenneth “Pete”” Fisher Endowed Scholarship”

22,341

26,093

1,030

10,840

12,560

512

155,000

161,092

-

Cross, Fernandez & Riley, LLP Endowed Scholarship McArdle Graduate Assistantship in Real Estate

John L. Brinson Endowed Scholarship Mary Scott Math Scholarship Endowment W.N. McGeoch Endowed Scholarship Lockheed Martin Eminent Scholar Chair of Science and Math Jack D. Holloway Endowed Scholarship

Robert D. Martin Endowed Lectureship Mackay Early Childhood Education Program

17


Endowment Funds

Fund Name Ira Vinson Henderson Endowment

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

25,000

29,207

1,207

1,020,000

1,189,546

48,583

45,000

53,066

2,195

Toni Jennings Exceptional Educational Institute

22,591

28,035

1,054

Geraldine P. Hannah Memorial Endowed Scholarship

10,000

11,591

477

Christine Franke Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund

10,062

12,815

530

Judith A. Johnson Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

11,255

14,262

567

Rotary Club Of Winter Springs Endowed Scholarship

11,090

14,185

585

1,020,175

1,276,752

52,428

50,050

62,415

2,582

565,000

631,116

16,290

225

218

-

Michael C. Hynes Lockheed Academy

7,410

7,188

-

Brumbaugh Legacy Fund

7,350

7,130

-

-

-

-

Torchy Clark Endowment for Physical Education and Sports Leadership

19,680

19,090

-

ABC Fine Wine and Spirits Endowed Scholarship

20,000

19,400

-

The Morcom Family Endowed Scholarship

11,000

10,670

-

Winter Park Hospital Nursing Endowed Scholarship

10,600

16,444

680

Heather Scaglione Memorial Endowed Scholarship

14,050

17,297

594

The Chatlos Foundation Endowed Fund

1,020,000

1,193,524

49,362

Bert Fish Eminent Scholar Chair In Nursing

1,020,000

1,307,538

54,093

Dorothy Anne Perkins Tomlinson Endowed Scholarship Fund

150,000

174,756

7,133

Central Florida Kidney Center Endowed Scholarship

150,000

179,896

7,414

Vivian and Barry Woods Educational Endowment

212,250

248,113

8,946

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Endowed Professorship in Nursing

Robert N. Heintzelman Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair Fund Nannette McLain Scholarship Lockheed Martin T-Mast Endowment Morgridge Center for Reading Endowed Operational Fund

Academy for Teaching, Learning and Leadership

300,000

361,421

14,033

Sarah Phillips Endowed Nursing Scholarship

25,000

30,980

1,283

Renee M. Keller Endowed Nursing Scholarship

30,000

34,457

1,029

420,000

467,094

-

25,554

29,549

1,215 1,222

Diane and Lawrence Wink Endowed Nursing Scholarship Carson Alan Swingle Helping Heart Memorial Helene Fuld Health Trust Scholarship Fund for Baccalaureate Nursing Students End CFP Physicians Group Advanced Practice Nursing Endowed Scholarship

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

David R. Klock Endowment for Counselor Education

Mildred W. Coyle Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair

Beat M. and Jill L. Kahli Endowed Chair in Oncology Nursing

18

Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

32,135

35,469

150,000

161,718

-

10,250

9,943

-

Barbara Fowler Hoff Endowed Nursing Scholarship

100,000

97,000

-

William C. Schwartz Graduate Research Fellowship

161,149

188,817

7,791

10,000

14,615

595

Northrop Grumman Scholarship Fund (Formerly Litton Scholarship End)

214,743

387,043

15,984

Suchoski Graduate Endowed Fellowship Endowed Scholarship

300,000

357,297

13,414

Karl H. Guenther Endowed Chair in Thin Film Optics


Fund Name

Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

Florida Photonics Center of Excellence Endowed Professorship

1,000,000

1,263,908

52,319

Florida Photonics Center of Excellence Endowed Eminent Scholar Chair in Biophotonics

1,000,000

1,263,908

52,319

Florida Photonics Center of Excellence Endowed Eminent Scholar Chair in Nanophotonics

1,000,000

1,263,908

52,319

21st Century World Class Scholars Endowed Chair in Optics and Photonics

1,000,000

970,000

-

Lou Frey Symposium Endowed Fund

28,911

31,285

996

Roast & Toast Scholarships Endowed

272,484

342,853

13,849

Trevor Colbourn Anthropology Endowment

213,000

432,001

17,874

180

3,489

144

Jeno Paulucci Roast & Toast Endowed Scholarship

16,297

20,927

866

Burns And Reese Roast & Toast Endowed Scholarship

11,000

22,330

924

Margaret Gerow Daniel J. May Communications Scholarship

23,090

30,044

1,127

1,850

2,645

103

1,750,241

2,245,376

92,883

151,819

176,685

7,303

Irene Farrell Pynn Endowed Communications Scholarship

19,818

23,669

943

Darden Restaurants, Inc. Communications Scholarship

15,000

17,387

715

Polymer Science Lecture Series and Student Fellowship

22,000

27,001

1,025

Trevor and Beryl Colbourn Endowed Scholarship

20,000

23,126

923

Winter Park Garden Club Endowed Scholarship

37,112

43,063

1,624

Dr. Fred Fedler Endowed Communications Scholarship

15,000

16,994

504

William K. Grasty Memorial Communications Scholarship

10,257

11,296

400

John Russell Williams Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Ed Norman Graduate Award for Excellence in Math Florida Hospital Program Endowment Fullerton Family Fund Endowed

15,120

17,545

702

Harris Corporation Broadcast Center Endowment Fund

150,000

177,530

7,293

Hubbs Sea World Endowed Professorship

150,000

175,194

7,196

Davis-Shine Endowed Professorship in Conservation Biology

150,000

188,026

7,733

Conway Garden Club Endowed Professorship Fund

150,000

188,025

7,733 1,101

George and Geraldine McCurry Scholarship Endowment

Buhr Graduate Endowed Scholarship James and Annie Ying Eminent Scholar in Biology Program Endowment Tony and Sonja Nicholson Endowment for the Nicholson School of Communication

42,763

48,943

150,000

182,718

7,547

1,020,077

1,135,887

47,879

30,000

30,160

-

156,498

199,354

8,245

Book-A-Year Clubs Endowed

14,578

32,015

1,323

Leinbach Memorial Endowed

26,904

41,860

1,730

Lucius Littauer Foundation Endowment

10,801

19,373

801

Lois Holt Enrichment Endowment

55,000

78,754

3,253

6,258

11,513

476

338,343

389,099

12,757

Division of Graduate Studies Endowed Fellowship Fund William L. Bryant Endowed

Class of 1970 Endowment Robert E. and Elisabeth S. Carey Memorial Endowment

19


Endowment Funds

Fund Name June S. Stillman Memoeial Endowed Scholarship Paul W. Leinbach Library Enrichment Endowed B. Joseph Teneriello Scholarship Endowment

40,226

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

1,546

5,387

5,277

-

25,975

46,243

1,912 412

7,749

9,966

John T. Russell Scholarship Endowment

8,328

12,313

509

Harrod Scholarship Endowment

15,000

39,471

1,631

Abram W. And Mollie M. Lefkowitz Scholarship

40,537

53,586

2,144

Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s National Merit Scholarship Endowment

25,273

32,449

1,342

Galloway National Merit Scholarship Endowment

480,421

637,684

26,384

Julia B. Beensen Scholarship Endowment

133,844

170,573

6,649

69,200

93,584

3,871

Citrus Golf Tournament Scholarship Endowment

248,466

319,309

13,206

ABC Liquors #4 Scholarship Endowment

150,000

195,026

8,065

ABC Liquors #2 Scholarship Endowment

150,000

231,482

9,568

ABC Liquors Scholarship Endowment

150,000

239,878

9,915

Gladys Cisney Trismen Scholarship Endowment

88,148

114,375

4,730

Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship Endowment

10,000

21,011

869

UCF Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Scholarship Endowment

91,969

111,414

3,596

Mid-Florida Home Builders Scholarship Endowment

150,000

220,891

9,139

Sadler National Merit Scholarship Endowment

675,000

790,280

32,676

ABC Liquors #3 Scholarship Endowment

150,000

204,537

8,454

43,875

60,375

2,468

University Club of Orlando Lead Scholarship Endowment #1

150,000

195,249

8,077

Mary P. Mcnamara Scholarship Endowment #1

150,000

200,991

8,313

Martin Andersen Scholarship Endowment

39,750

63,945

-

Alexander L. Adams Endowed Scholarship for Meritorious Students

28,045

40,374

1,669

Lampp Scholarship Fund

77,799

95,963

3,725

ABC Liquors #5 Scholarship Endowment

30,000

38,482

1,592

Elizabeth Willey Scholarship Endowment

150,200

199,401

8,249

1,487

3,488

142

Cisney Latin Prize Scholarship Endowment

39,313

86,912

3,592

Jentes Scholarship Endowment

41,183

76,306

3,155

152,300

203,684

8,427

Westinghouse Scholars for Minority and Women

50,000

85,348

3,527

Arab American Community Center Kamal Marchi

43,222

77,039

3,184

Progress Energy Endowed Scholarship

151,500

276,664

11,433

University Club of Orlando Lead Scholarship #2

197,500

246,625

9,706

Marjorie Tyler International Endowed Scholarship

76,000

102,722

4,245

Thomas and Lori Cleary Endowed Scholarship

22,487

26,393

990

Mary G. Hitt Endowed Scholarship

34,895

40,650

1,590

Overstreet Foundation Scholarship Endowment

Nalanda Scholarship Endowment

Kimball Foundation Minority Scholarship Endowment

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

34,852

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

Sgt. Bobby Conley Endowed Scholarship

Town & Gown Council Scholarship Endowment

20

Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

Painters Union #1010 Endowed Scholarship Harris and Trisha Rosen Endowed Fund Bob Neel Rotary Club of Orlando Endowed Scholarship Henri Landwirth Heart of UCF Lead Scholarship

23,712

29,971

1,239

2,170,000

2,628,486

146,385

187,500

218,406

8,935

22,087

25,619

1,044

20,000

22,942

910

150,000

173,970

6,425

Arman Gelenbe Endowed Scholarship Fund

11,500

13,303

540

Bill and Ksenia Merck Endowed Scholarship

11,000

12,751

493

Frontier Civitan Club Endowed Scholarship Fund

12,000

13,452

480

594,891

704,074

28,923

7,550

7,360

-

38,113

42,310

943

200,503

234,710

9,705

Rotary Club of Kissimmee Endowed Scholarship Mary P. Mcnamara Scholarship Endowment #2

Moss Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Purish Family Endowed Scholarship Fund John and Mary Ellen Upperco Endowed Scholarship Fund Bank of America Scholarship Award Fund


Fund Name The Zamora Family Endowed Scholarship Kendall Shaye Herndon Endowed Scholarship UCF Rugby Endowed Fund Mark Dogoli Endowed Scholarship Skura Family Endowed Freedom Scholarship Charles and Francis Millican Valencia Community College Scholarship Leonard T. (Pat) Murphy Scholarship Fund

Total Donations [as of 6.30.07]

Market Value [as of 6.30.07]

Spendable Balance 2006-2007

2,000

1,961

-

33,500

38,397

1,014

7,665

7,450

-

31,881

36,808

1,454

300,000

291,000

-

5,000

4,850

-

70,900

68,773

-

11,675

14,692

608

300,001

335,716

9,536

1,220,000

1,370,273

35,536

64,611

242,662

10,040

159,000

269,026

10,867

Pop Reddick Hospitality Management Scholarship

16,021

34,298

1,419

Bob Snow Roast & Toast Scholarship Endowed

25,000

44,453

1,839

Chapter 4 of Florida Restaurant Association Endowed Fund

36,350

48,967

2,026

Harris and Trisha Rosen Endowed Fund

2,170,000

2,212,598

61,845

Hospitality and Travel Industry Education and Research Program

6,000,000

6,982,851

303,169

Darden Chair in Restaurant Management

Beth Juge Memorial Fund Universal Orlando Foundation Academic Excellence Fund Walt Disney World Academic Excellence Fund Dick Pope Tourism Institute Endowment Central Florida Hotel Lodging Association Professorship

1,020,000

1,722,273

71,258

ARDA Timeshare Professorship

150,000

176,133

6,506

HFTP Financial Management and Technology Professorship Endowed Fund

150,000

175,113

5,439

Langford Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund

110,723

127,075

3,576

Anheuser Busch Academic Enhancement Fund

700,000

826,179

26,563

Darden Restaurants Academic Excellence Fund

4,000,002

4,823,814

198,262

100,000

115,850

3,677

20,000

19,400

-

2,000,002

2,178,486

74,232

484,027

469,506

-

10,000

11,594

475

J. Willard and Alice S. Marriot Foundation Academic Excellence Fund Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association Academic Excellence Endowed Fund Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau Endowed Chair UCF Hospitality School Student Housing Foundation Endowed Scholarship USBI Company Endowed Scholarship

151,500

315,999

13,059

Doll Collectors Guild Scholarship Endowed

17,100

28,005

1,157

Jennifer L.Diggle Memorial Endowed Scholarship

10,000

11,562

460

Mildred K. Wetherell Memorial Endowed

39,438

50,594

2,093

Harold Green Teacher Education Scholarship Fund

35,000

41,156

1,699

IST Endowment

99,438

136,832

5,661

180,000

360,457

14,908

10,905

30,246

1,251

1,079,500

1,609,970

66,540

51,000

49,470

-

7,102

15,489

640

Boardman Endowed Professorship in Environmental Studies for Public Administration

Hughes Simulation Systems Professorship Arboretum Endowment Fund Cobb Family Eminent Scholar Chair Richard Nunis Eminent Scholar Chair in Lifestyle Medicine Endowed D.F. Newnham Scholarship Endowment

50,000

55,020

1,757

Alumni Trust “A”” Endowment”

150,000

212,570

8,795

Alumni Trust “B”” Endowment”

150,000

235,087

9,726

Alumni Trust “C”” Endowment”

150,040

216,015

8,937

Alumni Trust “D”” Endowment”

151,167

190,205

7,868

Alumni Trust “E”” Endowment”

44,721

53,739

1,797

Phoenix Endowed Scholarship

59,507

69,432

2,782

Anna Fertic Endowed Scholarship

5,092

8,076

-

Charles and Frances Millican Endowed Scholarship

30,973

35,387

1,384

Amy G. Buchman ’95 Memorial Scholarship

19,948

28,963

1,089

College of Business Alumni Chapter Scholarship Endowment Account

20,136

22,453

-

Manny Rodriguez ’75 Fairwinds Alumni Center Endowment

53,104

58,808

1,136

Unrestricted Endowment

612,233

785,458

32,499

Doris H. Lester Merit Scholarship Fund

100,000

110,386

4,730

93,192,697

116,234,401

4,210,099

Corporate Cup Golf Endowed Scholarship

21


Endowment Funds

UCF Endowment Funds 2007-2008

Fund Name

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

567,008

44,479

-

25,000

51,467

2,513

COHPA Endowed Memorial Scholarship (Quasi)

19,000

21,188

1,028

Criminal Justice Legal Memorial Quasi Endowed Scholarship

11,278

12,258

593

FSEC Quasi Endowed

85,000

129,275

6,311

Library Quasi Endowment

20,400

34,610

1,680

Library/Friends Quasi Endowment

35,000

35,502

1,682

243,794

307,847

11,806

Marlene Richmond Memorial Scholarship Fund (Quasi)

10,607

11,943

584

UCF Downtown Scholarship Endowment Fund (Quasi)

11,743

13,251

648

150,282

170,034

8,308

1,000,000

914,655

-

ABC Fine Wine and Spirits Endowed Scholarship

40,000

35,648

-

ABC Liquors #5 Scholarship Endowment

30,000

33,917

1,657

ABC Liquors #4 Scholarship Endowment

150,000

171,894

8,396

ABC Liquors Scholarship Endowment

150,000

211,429

10,324

ABC Liquors #3 Scholarship Endowment

150,000

180,280

8,803

ABC Liquors #2 Scholarship Endowment

150,000

204,030

9,962

ARDA Timeshare Professorship

150,000

155,956

7,026

Accounting Advisory Board Endowed Scholarship

342,629

372,849

17,591

Accounting Advisory Board Faculty Development Fund

100,225

102,447

4,961

Accounting Advisory Board Research Support Fund

159,130

185,483

9,063

28,045

35,586

1,738

1,020,000

1,132,721

51,735

The Judith and David Albertson Endowed Eminent Chair

480,000

468,402

-

Alex Alexander Endowed Professorship

195,679

222,075

10,851

Alumni Trust "A"" Endowment"

150,000

187,352

9,155

Alumni Trust "B"" Endowment"

150,000

207,198

10,124

Alumni Trust "C"" Endowment"

150,040

190,388

9,303

Alumni Trust "D"" Endowment"

151,167

167,642

8,190

Alumni Trust "E"" Endowment"

68,665

70,110

2,201

Licensing Revenue Quasi Endowed Scholarship

Unrestricted Quasi Endowment

Alexander L. Adams Endowed Scholarship for Meritorious Students Agere Systems Eminent Scholar Chair of Computer Science

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

Central Florida Research Park Quasi Endowed

Alumni Quasi Endowed

21st Century World Class Scholars Endowed Chair in CECS

22

Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

39,750

58,791

-

750,000

782,945

30,130

Arab American Community Center Kamal Marchi

43,222

67,903

3,315

Arboretum Endowment Fund

10,905

26,658

1,303

1,000

972

-

Martin Andersen Scholarship Endowment Anheuser Busch Academic Enhancement Fund

Armacost Pet-Armacost Endowment Fund for IEMS

11,278

10,939

492

John Cameron Aspley Memorial Endowed Scholarship

155,265

238,434

11,650

AT&T Wireless Endowed Scholarship

150,000

153,292

7,454

C.G. Avery Professorship Endowment

151,430

229,510

11,213

Bank of America Scholarship Award Fund

200,503

206,981

10,104

James and Diana Barnes Endowed Scholarship

25,000

42,477

2,076

Patricia T. Barnes Memorial Endowed Scholarship

35,000

35,540

1,499

Carol J. Barr Endowed Scholarship

11,612

12,313

550

1,063,996

1,416,792

69,211

Armacost Pet-Armacost Operations Research Endowment

BE 2000 Leadership Endowed Scholarship Fund


Fund Name Beardall Baseball Scholarship Endowed

Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

16,319

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

19,888

960

30,950

30,317

1,385

139,560

155,872

7,083

12,500

12,125

-

7,000

6,790

-

Virginia Bingham Endowed Scholarship

100,000

90,610

-

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Endowed Professorship in Nursing

300,000

319,391

14,907

Boardman Endowed Professorship in Environmental Studies for Public Administration

151,500

278,525

13,598

Bond Foundation Inc. Endowed Scholarship

100,000

99,212

3,711

Book-A-Year Clubs Endowed

14,578

28,218

1,378

Borcheck and Gase Endowed Scholarship Fund

22,000

21,340

-

Kenneth and Ruth Bradley Management Scholarship

18,000

17,460

-

101,000

121,059

5,915

Professor James K. Beck Endowed Scholarship Julia B. Beensen Scholarship Endowment Berman Hopkins Wright and LaHam Endowed Scholarship Dr. O. M. Budd Berringer Pre-Health Professionals Endowed Scholarship

John L. Brinson Endowed Scholarship John L. Brinson Ethics Professorship Margaret Scott Brown Memorial Endowed Music Fund

50,080

82,895

4,047

242,649

250,119

12,211

9,418

9,135

-

156,498

175,706

8,583

Amy G. Buchman '95 Memorial Scholarship

19,948

25,628

1,169

Buhr Graduate Endowed Scholarship

52,893

53,461

1,447

6,320

7,202

352 80,392

Brumbaugh Legacy Fund William L. Bryant Endowed

Lawnie E. A. Burke Endowed Scholarship

1,020,500

1,725,482

Burnett College of Biomedical Sciences Endowment

12,500

12,125

-

Burns And Reese Roast & Toast Endowed Scholarship

11,000

19,681

962

145,000

149,892

7,256

15,047

14,764

699

Al and Nancy Burnett Eminent Scholar Chair in Accounting

Business Ethics Endowed Scholarship William S. Byers Student Excellence Awards CFP Physicians Group Advanced Practice Nursing Endowed Scholarship CAE Link Endowed Professorship J.C. Cain II Memorial Endowed Scholarship Capital Campaign Engineering Endowed Chair Robert E. and Elisabeth S. Carey Memorial Endowment

17,750

17,218

-

180,000

254,300

12,426

10,399

11,061

528

1,000

4,590

224

338,343

346,011

14,367 1,605

35,000

35,854

164,672

166,276

4,563

77,810

112,787

5,511

150,025

174,641

8,532

30,000

27,113

-

Central Florida Hotel Lodging Association Professorship

159,000

237,354

11,397

Central Florida Kidney Center Endowed Scholarship

150,000

158,581

7,727

Chair in Italian Studies Endowment

34,675

35,058

1,446

Endowed Chair in Transportation

14,000

13,580

-

Chapter 4 of Florida Restaurant Association Endowed Fund

36,350

43,158

2,109

1,020,000

1,051,951

51,386

13,079

17,869

-

248,466

281,432

13,748

Cisney Latin Prize Scholarship Endowment

39,313

76,605

3,740

Alan E. and Amy L. Clampitt Holsenbeck Women's Basketball Endowed Scholarship

17,930

17,991

645

Torchy Clark Endowment for Physical Education and Sports Leadership

23,045

22,354

-

6,258

10,148

495

CBA Department of Management Endowed Faculty Development Account CBA Department of Marketing Endowed Faculty Development Account Center for Economic Education Endowment Central Florida Chapter ROTC Endowed Scholarship Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association Academic Excellence Endowed Fund

The Chatlos Foundation Endowed Fund Christ the King Episcopal Church Endowed Scholarship Fund Citrus Golf Tournament Scholarship Endowment

Class of 1970 Endowment Thomas and Lori Cleary Endowed Scholarship Cobb Family Eminent Scholar Chair

22,987

23,800

1,070

1,080,500

1,419,928

69,297

50,000

59,365

2,901

213,000

380,751

18,605

Trevor and Beryl Colbourn Endowed Scholarship

20,000

20,414

972

College of Business Administration Endowed Entrepreneurship Fund

40,000

43,970

2,149

College of Business Alumni Chapter Scholarship Endowment Account

40,557

39,867

-

Coca-Cola Scholarship Endowed Trevor Colbourn Anthropology Endowment

23


Endowment Funds

Fund Name College of Engineering and Computer Science Staff Appreciation Fund College Park Communities Endowed Scholarships Jean C. Combs Endowed Scholarship Computer Science Programming Team Endowment Sgt. Bobby Conley Endowed Scholarship Dan Conn ROTC Memorial Scholarship

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

10,871

11,173

527

105,000

111,264

5,345

2,550

4,796

234

80,790

82,403

3,738

-

-

429

9,257

10,419

508

32,000

29,575

106

150,000

165,762

8,064

Lucia C. Cooke Endowed Music Scholarship

162,903

171,056

8,356

18,000

17,460

-

Barbara Cooper Endowed Tennis Fund Corporate Cup Golf Endowed Scholarship Mildred W. Coyle Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair

5,092

7,425

-

1,020,000

1,049,009

50,776 -

10,000

9,700

125,000

118,761

-

Darden Chair in Restaurant Management

1,020,000

1,517,955

74,172

Darden Restaurants Academic Excellence Fund

4,000,002

4,252,765

206,797

15,000

15,328

746

Davis-Shine Endowed Professorship in Conservation Biology

150,000

165,762

8,064

Deans in Search of Excellence Fund

298,591

610,544

27,348

20,000

19,400

-

Cross, Fernandez & Riley, LLP Endowed Scholarship William H. and Susan S. Crouse Endowed Professorship in Entrepreneurship

Darden Restaurants, Inc. Communications Scholarship

George Desalvia Memorial Endowed Scholarship The Anil and Chitra Deshpande India Program Endowed Fund Devos Endowment for Academics and Sports DeVos Orlando Magic Sport Business Management Endowed Scholarship Fund DeVos Sport Business Management Program Endowed Fund Jennifer L.Diggle Memorial Endowed Scholarship Distinguished Alumni Endowed Professorship in Business Ethics Division of Graduate Studies Endowed Fellowship Fund Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting Endowment Fund James Carlton Dockeray Scholarship

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

Conway Garden Club Endowed Professorship Fund

Construction Engineering and Management Endowment

Department of Finance Faculty Development Endowment

24

Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

21,014

20,383

100,000

95,009

-

10,000,000

9,783,557

281,624

150,000

154,170

5,690

5,000,025

5,125,516

246,912 485

10,000

10,207

600,000

582,000

-

46,050

42,212

91

5,020,500

5,278,087

219,684

23,615

39,622

1,935 109

Dr. Ed Norman Graduate Award for Excellence in Math

1,850

2,337

Dr. Fred Fedler Endowed Communications Scholarship

17,000

17,032

589

Mark Dogoli Endowed Scholarship

32,481

33,038

1,544

Doll Collectors Guild Scholarship Endowed

17,100

24,684

1,205

Rear Admiral Alene Duerk VNA Endowed Scholarship

35,000

33,253

-

Buell Duncan Endowed Scholarship Ernst and Young Professorship Endowment

15,887

29,403

1,437

154,549

270,659

13,223

1,020,000

1,000,413

49,244

Fallen Knight Memorial Scholarship Endowed

45,978

54,690

2,684

Horacio A. Fasce Endowed Scholarship

11,000

11,359

555

Dr. Neil Euliano Endowed Chair in Italian Studies

75,000

72,722

1,998

1,020,000

1,152,426

56,306

Kenneth "Pete"" Fisher Endowed Scholarship"

22,491

23,177

1,090

Mary Fleigh Mackoul Endowed Fund

67,503

67,042

2,392

Florida Hospital Program Endowment

1,750,241

1,979,017

96,686

Florida Photonics Center of Excellence Endowed Eminent Scholar Chair in Biophotonics

1,000,000

1,261,384

54,449

Florida Photonics Center of Excellence Endowed Eminent Scholar Chair in Nanophotonics

1,000,000

1,113,944

54,449

Florida Photonics Center of Excellence Endowed Professorship

1,000,000

1,113,944

54,449

Clayton R. Ford Endowed Scholarship in Banking and Finance

37,414

38,175

1,845

Christine Franke Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund

10,062

11,295

552

Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship Endowment

10,000

18,519

905

Lou Frey Symposium Endowed Fund

28,911

27,848

1,134

Frontier Civitan Club Endowed Scholarship Fund

15,000

14,575

550

Anna Fertic Endowed Scholarship Bert Fish Eminent Scholar Chair In Nursing


Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

Helene Fuld Health Trust Scholarship Fund for Baccalaureate Nursing Students End

425,000

396,112

8,366

Fullerton Family Fund Endowed

151,819

155,731

7,604

9,200

8,924

-

34,163

56,882

2,657

Fund Name

FWEA Central Florida Chapter Gabe Delneky Endowed Scholarship Gabor Agency Inc. Awards Fund

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

35,500

35,597

1,397

1,000,000

1,901,827

92,905

480,421

562,033

27,463

11,500

11,735

566

300,000

285,028

-

Marisa Gennaro Memorial Scholarship

36,644

39,574

1,629

Geotechnical and Environmental Endowed Scholarship

47,313

50,352

2,460

Margaret S. Gerow and Daniel J. May Endowed Scholarship

24,490

27,896

1,211

591,113

576,217

18,743

William K. Grasty Memorial Communications Scholarship

10,357

10,110

438

Harold Green Teacher Education Scholarship Fund

35,000

36,277

1,770

Dr. Austin L. Grogan Endowed Engineering Scholarship

10,629

13,378

648

Leslie M. Gross Endowed Scholarship

34,675

41,927

2,049

The Harvey L. Gaines Memorial Expressway Authority Endowed Scholarship Carl H. Galloway, Jr. Chair for Excellence in Business Galloway National Merit Scholarship Endowment Arman Gelenbe Endowed Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Endowed Scholarship

The Al Ghazali Endowed Distinguished Professorship in Islamic Studies

10,000

13,998

623

HFTP Financial Management and Technology Professorship Endowed Fund

150,000

156,000

6,249

Daniel D. Hammond Engineering Endowed Scholarship

244,687

250,264

12,109

Karl H. Guenther Endowed Chair in Thin Film Optics

Geraldine P. Hannah Memorial Endowed Scholarship Harris Corporation Broadcast Center Endowment Fund

10,000

10,218

497

150,000

156,518

7,608

15,000

34,791

1,699

150,000

163,433

7,951

J. Paul Hartman Scholarship Fund

11,895

13,349

644

Arnold Haverlee Exploration Award Endowed Scholarship Fund

10,000

10,218

497

HDR/FACERS Endowed Scholarship

25,000

24,250

-

1,020,370

1,125,829

54,702

737,500

753,504

-

25,000

25,743

1,257

Harrod Scholarship Endowment Gerry and Ruth Hartman Endowed Professorship

Robert N. Heintzelman Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair Fund Jim Heistand NAIOP Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair in Real Estate Ira Vinson Henderson Endowment Kendall Shaye Herndon Endowed Scholarship Arthur and Sally Hillman Computer Science Graduate Fellowship

49,758

48,885

1,248

299,069

305,242

14,556 1,685

35,395

36,371

Barbara Fowler Hoff Endowed Nursing Scholarship

100,000

91,466

-

Jack D. Holloway Endowed Scholarship

600,000

706,555

34,525

Mary G. Hitt Endowed Scholarship

Lois Holt Enrichment Endowment Hospitality and Travel Industry Education and Research Program

55,000

69,417

3,388

6,000,000

6,141,347

310,920 5,933

95,000

121,421

152,000

194,211

9,490

25,000

24,285

1,218

Hubbs Sea World Endowed Professorship

150,000

154,458

7,507

Hughes Simulation Systems Professorship

180,000

317,700

15,519

Hydrocephalus and Neuroscience Endowed Fund

182,501

171,572

1,920

14,385

13,953

-

Hubbard Engineering Athletic Scholarship Endowed Frank M. Hubbard Engineering Endowed Scholarship R. Glenn Hubbard Student Research Award Endowment

Michael C. Hynes Lockheed Academy Infrastructure Professorship IST Endowment

5,075

5,187

252

99,438

120,599

5,893 4,191

150,000

150,905

Jallad Family Endowed Scholarship

25,000

22,917

-

Cora Shaw Jenkins Memorial Endowed Scholarship

10,290

11,818

571

J. Willard and Alice S. Marriot Foundation Academic Excellence Fund

15,150

14,696

-

1,003,594

1,275,514

62,305

Jack Jennings Endowed Scholarship

20,000

22,462

1,097

Toni Jennings Exceptional Educational Institute

22,591

24,807

1,131

David R. Jenkins Memorial Endowed Scholarship William S. and Alice M. Jenkins Eminent Scholar Chair of Community Arts

25


Endowment Funds

Fund Name

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

41,183

67,256

3,284

Judith A. Johnson Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

11,575

12,895

598

Beth Juge Memorial Fund

11,675

12,950

633

Beat M. and Jill L. Kahli Endowed Chair in Oncology Nursing

480,000

482,742

-

Renee M. Keller Endowed Nursing Scholarship

100,000

95,542

1,200

Betty Kernodle Memorial Endowed Scholarship

23,826

31,125

1,521

Kenneth E. Kiefer Endowed Engineering Scholarship Kimball Foundation Minority Scholarship Endowment Iva Kitchell Memorial Endowed Voice Scholarship David R. Klock Endowment for Counselor Education

27,675

28,557

1,360

152,300

179,521

8,772

6,035

6,786

332

45,000

46,772

2,285

10,313

11,744

574

KPMG Peat Marwick Professorship Endowment

172,875

216,042

10,557

Kurdish Political Studies Endowed Chair

Dr. Solomon D. Klotz Memorial Endowed Scholarship

600,001

570,056

-

Amy Kuritar Lohrmann Memorial Endowed Scholarship

35,161

36,079

1,253

Lampp Scholarship Fund

82,815

89,462

3,969

22,087

22,594

1,092

Langford Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund

169,545

166,043

4,941

Gerald R. Langston Endowed Scholarship

152,493

143,929

1,859

Abram W. And Mollie M. Lefkowitz Scholarship

40,587

47,339

2,256

Frances R. Lefkowitz Endowed Scholarship

41,377

45,356

2,216

Ivan and Fern Lefkowitz Graduate Endowed Scholarship

20,508

19,892

-

Legacy Soccer Lever Brothers Endowed

10,000

11,800

576

Henri Landwirth Heart of UCF Lead Scholarship

8,611

9,708

474

26,904

36,896

1,801

5,387

5,277

-

Doris H. Lester Merit Scholarship Fund

150,000

141,551

5,200

Lucius Littauer Foundation Endowment

10,801

17,076

834

1,758,825

2,026,876

99,038

Leinbach Memorial Endowed Paul W. Leinbach Library Enrichment Endowed

Lockheed Martin Eminent Scholar Chair of Science and Math

40,000

97,174

4,748

Lockheed Martin Professorship in Engineering

150,000

250,224

12,226

Lockheed Martin St. Laurent Professorship

160,000

285,713

13,961

Lockheed Martin T-Mast Endowment

667,500

658,166

20,658

Estate of Janis Lorraine Academic Excellence Endowed Fund

100,000

100,000

-

Mackay Early Childhood Education Program

155,000

148,109

5,779

12,840

13,784

673 1,006

Lockheed Martin Lecture Endowment

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

Jentes Scholarship Endowment

Alvin Lehman Endowed Scholarship

26

Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

Robert Malkin Endowed Scholarship Lester Mandell Scholarship The Lester Mandell Endowed Scholar Chair in Ethics Allen and Gertrude Marcus Book Endowed Scholarship

15,000

20,588

615,000

622,551

-

5,050

6,765

331

10,840

11,077

535

150,000

141,576

1,828

George and Geraldine McCurry Scholarship Endowment

15,120

15,486

738

W.N. McGeoch Endowed Scholarship

84,287

96,792

4,730

Nannette McLain Scholarship

50,108

55,065

2,687

Patrick McMahan Memorial Scholarship Fund

17,928

18,283

879

Mary P. Mcnamara Scholarship Endowment #2

150,000

154,042

6,939

Mary P. McNamara Scholarship Endowment #1

150,000

177,150

8,654

Jonathan Mednick Memorial Endowment for the Community Documentary Project of the Zora Neal Hurston Institute for Documentary Studies at the University of Central Florida

11,000

10,598

400

Dr. Milan D. Meeske Memorial Endowed Scholarship

29,520

28,631

-

Bill and Ksenia Merck Endowed Scholarship

12,000

12,186

525

John L. Mica Public Service Scholarship Fund

21,500

23,429

1,143 9,513

Robert D. Martin Endowed Lectureship McArdle Graduate Assistantship in Real Estate

150,000

194,686

Miller, Seller, Conner and Walsh Endowed Scholarship

14,000

14,390

699

Charles and Frances Millican Endowed Scholarship

30,973

31,262

1,467

Mid-Florida Home Builders Scholarship Endowment


Fund Name Charles and Francis Millican Valencia Community College Scholarship Charles N. Millican Chair of Computer Science The Morcom Family Endowed Scholarship Morgridge Center for Reading Endowed Operational Fund Moss Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Colonel Mike Murdock USMC Endowed Scholarship

Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

10,000

9,700

-

1,000,000

1,553,697

75,919

25,000

23,875

-

312

303

-

594,891

620,739

30,173

12,725

14,331

690

Leonard T. (Pat) Murphy Scholarship Fund

102,202

92,282

-

NAIOP Jim Brown Endowed Real Estate and Business Ethics Scholarship

204,100

210,836

10,294

Nalanda Scholarship Endowment Bob Neel Rotary Club of Orlando Endowed Scholarship D.F. Newnham Scholarship Endowment Tony and Sonja Nicholson Endowment for the Nicholson School of Communication Northrop Grumman Scholarship Fund (Formerly Litton Scholarship End) Charles E. Nuckolls Endowed Scholarship Richard Nunis Eminent Scholar Chair in Lifestyle Medicine Endowed

1,487

3,076

149

187,500

192,589

9,334

7,102

13,652

667

1,767,737

1,713,500

49,549

214,743

378,221

16,647

8,258

8,031

-

86,500

77,616

-

10,050

10,349

505

Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau Endowed Chair

4,000,004

3,711,077

90,107

Richard T. Crotty Orange County Endowed Chair

53,584

Mary Page O'Connell Memorial Endowed Scholarship

1,020,000

1,101,535

Orlando Sentinel Endowed Scholarship

252,500

237,498

7,064

Orlando Shakespeare Theater Endowment in Playwriting

650,000

633,582

21,536

Overstreet Foundation Scholarship Endowment

69,200

82,483

4,030

Painters Union #1010 Endowed Scholarship

23,712

26,417

1,290

Mary Palmer Arts Education Lecture Endowed Fund

25,000

23,752

-

187,500

188,419

8,195

14,960

23,935

1,169

Dr. Pattisapu R.J. Gangadharam Endowed Fund for Hydrocephalus Research Gordon Paul Marketing Scholarship

16,297

18,445

901

Della Phillips Martha Schenck Chair of American Private Enterprise

1,000,000

1,424,803

67,043

Dr. Phillips Eminent Scholar Chair in Real Estate

1,020,000

1,049,077

44,209

Dr. P. Phillips Institute for Research and Education in Real Estate

1,680,001

1,558,082

22,452

308,600

738,128

22,630

Dr. P. Phillips Scholarship Endowed

70,085

78,958

3,858

Sarah Phillips Endowed Nursing Scholarship

25,000

27,304

1,335

Phoenix Endowed Scholarship

59,882

61,633

2,925

Polymer Science Lecture Series and Student Fellowship

23,025

24,795

1,111

Pop Reddick Hospitality Management Scholarship

16,021

30,229

1,477

Dick Pope Tourism Institute Endowment

64,611

213,875

10,450

Marc Pores Endowed Music Scholarship

6,870

12,711

621

25,273

28,600

1,397

Jeno Paulucci Roast & Toast Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Phillips Institute for the Study of American Business Activity

President's National Merit Scholarship Endowment Price Waterhouse Professorship Endowment Progress Energy Endowed Scholarship Purish Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Irene Farrell Pynn Endowed Communications Scholarship

63,945

94,409

4,612

151,500

243,855

11,905

7,800

7,602

-

19,818

20,895

993

7,052

7,922

387

Roast & Toast Scholarships Endowed

272,484

302,488

14,525

Robertson Student Support Fund

287,279

283,037

8,925

70,125

68,661

1,789

Harris and Trisha Rosen Endowed Fund

2,170,000

2,333,111

141,039

Harris and Trisha Rosen Endowed Fund

2,170,000

2,021,579

37,304

Rotary Club of Kissimmee Endowed Scholarship

20,000

20,257

960

Rotary Club Of Winter Springs Endowed Scholarship

11,090

12,505

609

Douglas Rudy Memorial Endowed Scholarship

11,082

12,426

601

8,328

10,853

530

675,000

696,546

34,019

John R. Quello Endowed Music Scholarship

Manny Rodriguez '75 Fairwinds Alumni Center Endowment

John T. Russell Scholarship Endowment Sadler National Merit Scholarship Endowment

27


Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

150,000

159,542

6,338

Margaret M. Samet Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

31,000

33,836

1,604

Heather Scaglione Memorial Endowed Scholarship

14,050

15,357

658

5,300

5,211

-

William C. Schwartz Graduate Research Fellowship

161,249

181,156

8,116

David F. Scott Finance Doctoral Student Dissertation Fund

100,000

92,601

2,062

Endowment Funds

Fund Name SAIC Endowed Professorship

George F. Schrader Endowed Scholarship Fund

4,255

6,848

335

500,008

452,903

4,878

Bob Snow Roast & Toast Scholarship Endowed

25,000

39,179

1,914

Society for Information Management (SIM) Endowed Scholarship

38,400

39,842

1,683

SESRA Endowed Scholarship Skura Family Endowed Freedom Scholarship

39,000

39,791

1,572

150,000

151,756

6,578

Dr. Gale Sperry Music Endowed Scholarship

7,287

9,613

465

State Farm Insurance Scholarship Endowed

48,104

64,773

3,163

June S. Stillman Memorial Endowed Scholarship

35,336

36,005

1,649

300,000

331,479

14,408

28,000

30,510

1,409

1,020,000

1,806,796

78,815

34,064

33,214

1,369

7,000

6,940

-

B. Joseph Teneriello Scholarship Endowment

25,975

40,759

1,990

Judith G. Thames Scholarship Fund

30,790

30,922

1,507

Dorothy Anne Perkins Tomlinson Endowed Scholarship Fund

150,000

154,114

7,456

Toohey Housing Endowed Scholarship

800,000

716,875

-

43,914

53,278

2,578

Solid Waste Management Scholarship Sonny's Endowment for the President's Scholars Program

Suchoski Graduate Endowed Fellowship Endowed Scholarship Sunshine Chapter Army ROTC Endowed Scholarship SunTrust, NA Eminent Scholar Chair of Banking Carson Alan Swingle Helping Heart Memorial Burt Szabo Endowed Scholarship

Town & Gown Council Scholarship Endowment Frances Townes Endowed Fellowship Gladys Cisney Trismen Scholarship Endowment

363

-

100,809

4,924

1,000,000

914,655

-

76,000

90,540

4,420

UCF Rugby Endowed Fund

10,915

10,603

-

46,448

45,256

-

UCF Women's Club Scholarship Endowment

106,547

112,800

4,243

UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science Alumni Chapter Scholarship Endowment

264,471

270,199

13,162

UCF History Endowment Fund

150,083

154,675

6,923

Universal Orlando Foundation Academic Excellence Fund

400,001

395,437

11,344

The UCF Women's Club Endowed Graduate Scholarship

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

374 88,148

Marjorie Tyler International Endowed Scholarship

21st Century World Class Scholars Endowed Chair in Optics and Photonics

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Spendable Balance 2006-2008


Total Donations [as of 6.30.08]

Market Value [as of 6.30.08]

University Club of Orlando Lead Scholarship Endowment #1

150,000

172,087

8,407

University Club of Orlando Lead Scholarship #2

207,500

226,435

10,396

Unrestricted Endowment

Fund Name

Spendable Balance 2006-2008

612,233

692,276

33,827

John and Mary Ellen Upperco Endowed Scholarship Fund

44,313

43,951

1,245

USBI Company Endowed Scholarship

10,000

10,222

496

5,000

4,850

-

22,797

27,622

1,350

1,560,001

1,536,699

46,538

300,000

308,671

15,185

Marty Wanielista Endowed Scholarship

45,050

45,986

2,093

John T. Washington Memorial Endowed Scholarship

27,434

47,692

2,318

Westinghouse Scholars for Minority and Women

50,000

75,226

3,673

Richard A. VanTine Endowed Scholarship Fund VIP Golf Tournament Scholarship Endowed Walt Disney World Academic Excellence Fund Walt Disney World Co. Ride and Show Engineering Scholarship

Mildred K. Wetherell Memorial Endowed Dick and Shirley Wetherill Endowed Music Scholarship

39,438

44,593

2,178

242,699

250,314

12,227 1,027

Whalen Family Trust Engineering Scholarship

10,000

21,025

Wharton Smith Group Endowed Professorship

150,000

158,756

6,312

36,200

35,116

1,731

150,200

175,746

8,587

5,468

6,542

320

-

-

150

Irene Langer Wilson Endowed Scholarship

14,344

17,597

860

Diane and Lawrence Wink Endowed Nursing Scholarship

25,554

26,050

1,267

Winter Park Garden Club Endowed Scholarship

41,112

41,766

1,742

Winter Park Memorial Hospital and Auxiliary Nursing Endowed Scholarship

35,600

37,410

708

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Scholarship

24,645

25,621

907

Edmond R. and Victoria Wirths Endowed Scholarship

267,589

273,255

13,177

Tess and Abe Wise Endowed Professorship in Judaic Studies

157,176

174,250

7,745

Dr. Rudy Wodzinski Memorial Endowed

120,587

122,314

5,551

15,557

16,534

800

127,855

150,609

7,359

8,000

11,043

540

Vivian and Barry Woods Educational Endowment

212,250

219,891

9,742

James and Annie Ying Eminent Scholar in Biology Program Endowment

150,000

161,053

7,860

12,352

12,666

440

2,000

1,961

-

103,680,752

114,158,628

4,516,262

Dr. Marilyn W. Whisler Scholarship and Music Program Endowment Elizabeth Willey Scholarship Endowment Jack Williams Memorial Endowed Scholarship John Russell Williams Endowed Scholarship

J. Gary Wolf Endowed Piano Scholarship Women's Athletic Scholarship Endowment Women's Studies Endowed Scholarship

Yousef A. Yousef Endowed Fellowship The Zamora Family Endowed Scholarship

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U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Fairwinds Alumni Center

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2006-2007 ( J u l y 1 , 2 0 0 6 - J une 3 0 , 2 0 0 7 ) Richard J. Walsh ’77, Chair Thomas H. Yochum, Vice Chair

Patrick T. Christiansen

Richard A. Nunis

Judith Ann Albertson

Alan Florez

Harris Rosen

Olga M. Calvet ’71

Brandie Hollinger

Conrad Santiago

Dr. Manoj Chopra

Phyllis A. Klock

Al R. Weiss ’76

U C F F oundation , I N C . B oard of D irectors 2006-2007 ( J u l y 1 , 2 0 0 6 - J une 3 0 , 2 0 0 7 ) OFFICERS

Deborah Komanski ’79

Seth A. Bernstein

Olga M. Calvet ’71 Chair

John F. Lowndes

Kenneth W. Bradley ’85

Gerald R. McGratty ’71

Mark M. Calabrese ’78

Richard A. Nunis

John J. Carelli ’75

Roger W. Pynn ’73

Patrick T. Christiansen

Allen Trovillion

John V. D’Albora, Jr.

Nelson Ying

Stephen H. Goldman

Thomas H. Yochum

John Hillenmeyer

Michael J. Grindstaff ’78 Vice Chair Nan B. McCormick ’83 Co-Vice Chair Michael Manglardi ’84 Secretary R. Todd Bowers ’77 Treasurer Al R. Weiss ’76 Immediate Past Chair Robert J. Holmes, Jr. Chief Executive Officer

Dean L. Johnston HONORARY

Beat M. Kahli

H. Trevor Colbourn

Robert A. Mandell

Charles N. Millican

Marcos Marchena ’82

Joan D. Ruffier

J. Gary May ’72

Rocky Yearwood ’82 Chief Financial Officer

J. Blair Culpepper EX-OFFICIO

Anthony J. Nicholson

EMERITUS

Randolph E. Berridge

Tico Perez ’83

James T. Barnes, Jr.

Richard T. Crotty ’72

Janet Pino ’89

R. Van Bogan

Buddy Dyer

JoAnne Puglisi ’73

J.A. Burnett

Raymond Gilley

Gerald Rutberg

Phoebe Carpenter

John C. Hitt

Timothy J. Seneff

Peter Dagostino

Jacob V. Stuart

Ann Sonntag

Mary Jo Davis

Richard J. Walsh ’77

Rasesh H. Thakkar ’84

2006-2007 UCF Board of Trustees & Foundation Board of Directors

U C F B oard of T rustees

Craig S. Miller ’74 Susan A. Morris ’87

Buell G. Duncan, Jr.

Garritt Toohey

Alan G. Fickett ’71

DIRECTORS

Bruce E. Williams

Manuel A. Garcia, III

Judith Ann Albertson

Scott W. Wells ’87

J. Charles Gray

Jean-Marc Allard

Cynthia Y. Yu ’91

Gerald F. Hilbrich

Kevin P. Barkman ’77

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UCF Economic Impact • UCF influences 26,000 jobs and $1.96 billion • UCF and Central Florida Research Park influence 46,000 jobs and $3.84 billion

Top 10 UCF Majors 1. Psychology 2. Molecular Biology and Microbiology U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

3. Hospitality Management

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4. Biology 5. Elementary Education 6. Political Science 7. Finance 8. Accounting 9. Mechanical Engineering 10. Criminal Justice

UCF Facilities 1,415 acres (main campus), 173 buildings total, including: • Recreation and Wellness Center, 85,000 square feet • UCF Arena, 10,000-seat capacity • Bright House Networks Stadium, 45,000-seat capacity


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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA FOUNDATION, INC.

Financials

(A Discrete Component Unit of the University of Central Florida) STATEMENTS OF NET ASSETS JUNE 30, 2007 2007

2006

$ 22,687,228

$ 7,669,475

25,533,416

29,207,913

482,832

355,018

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS:

Cash and cash equivalents Short-term investments Investment interest and other receivables Due from related parties

1,101,444

372,722

Pledges receivable—net

9,146,006

6,674,509

Prepaid expenses and other assets

2,075,496

489,667

875,000

875,000

61,901,422

45,644,304

Property held-for-sale Total current assets NONCURRENT ASSETS:

Restricted cash and cash equivalents Pledges receivable—net Long-term investments Prepaid expenses and other noncurrent assets

5,298,578

2,330,008

13,612,280

14,715,273

116,223,383

94,987,528

514,612

566,919

Capital assets: 221,117

184,785

Rental property—net

36,221,562

35,862,896

Other property

36,140,675

18,715,675

Property and equipment—net

72,583,354

54,763,356

208,232,207

167,363,084

$ 270,133,629

$ 213,007,388

$ 1,967,489

$ 1,252,810

1,905,506

1,437,918

14,737,650

14,686,034

314,443

440,038

Compensated absences

17,205

12,847

Deposits -

58,000

-

Annuity obligations

56,989

28,883

Total capital assets Total noncurrent assets TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES:

Accounts payable and accrued expenses Due to related parties Notes payable

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Deferred revenue

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Scholarship fund liability Total current liabilities

79,965

62,487

19,079,247

17,979,017

NONCURRENT LIABILITIES:

2,142,978

2,327,025

Annuity obligations

540,539

566,890

Compensated absences

269,552

192,721

Deferred revenue

10,500

-

25,713,990

27,347,862

Total noncurrent liabilities

28,677,559

30,434,498

Total liabilities

47,756,806

48,413,515

38,867,176

20,022,131

Expendable

78,011,707

51,517,856

Nonexpendable endowments

92,083,789

82,164,225

Deposits Notes payable

NET ASSETS:

Invested in capital assets—net of related debt Restricted:

Unrestricted Total net assets TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

13,414,151

10,889,661

222,376,823

164,593,873

$ 270,133,629

$ 213,007,388


UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA FOUNDATION, INC. (A Discrete Component Unit of the University of Central Florida) STATEMENTS OF REVENUES, EXPENSES, AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2007 2007

2006

$ 50,967,626

$ 23,497,978

Net realized and unrealized gains on investments

13,878,307

4,046,538

Rent

10,456,654

8,380,393

Interest and dividends

4,441,722

3,078,757

Dues and other revenues—net

1,993,557

1,384,890

831,929

693,728

OPERATING REVENUES:

Contributions (net of provision for uncollectible pledge receivables of $53,788 and $249,468, respectively)

Advertising and royalties License plate proceeds Total operating revenues

329,351

304,398

82,899,146

41,386,682

OPERATING EXPENSES:

11,014,453

2,178,618

Building operations

6,278,809

5,826,753

Fund-raising

4,718,467

3,990,909

Student aid

4,221,096

3,178,341

Athletics

4,209,488

1,750,799

Management and general

3,513,085

3,300,049

Alumni relations

2,577,223

4,334,527

General university support

2,170,576

1,168,813

566,556

296,118

Academic support

Research Property held-for-sale Total operating expenses

OPERATING INCOME NONOPERATING REVENUES—University support INCOME BEFORE ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTIONS ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTIONS INCREASE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS—Beginning of year

NET ASSETS—End of year

-

141,186

39,269,753

26,166,113

43,629,393

15,220,569

4,223,975

3,173,683

47,853,368

18,394,252

9,929,582

14,993,011

57,782,950

33,387,263

164,593,873

131,206,610

$ 222,376,823

$ 164,593,873

A copy of the audited financial statements can be obtained from the UCF Foundation, Inc., 12424 Research Parkway, Suite 140, Orlando, Florida 32826, or by calling 407-882-1220.

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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA FOUNDATION, INC.

Financials

(A Discrete Component Unit of the University of Central Florida) STATEMENTS OF NET ASSETS JUNE 30, 2008 2008

2007

$ 15,004,713

$ 22,687,228

19,474,226

25,533,416

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS:

Cash and cash equivalents Short-term investments

381054

482,832

Due from related parties

841,526

1,101,444

Pledges receivable—net

8,190,454

9,146,006

781,819

2,075,496

Investment interest and other receivables

Prepaid expenses and other assets Property held-for-sale Total current assets

-

875,000

44,673,792

61,901,422

NONCURRENT ASSETS:

Restricted cash and cash equivalents Pledges receivable—net Long-term investments Prepaid expenses and other noncurrent assets

14,269,062

5,298,578

8,672,506

13,612,280

112,119,875

116,223,383

451,950

514,612

Capital assets: 255,273

221,117

Rental property—net

35,599,192

36,221,562

Other property

39,232,141

36,140,675

Property and equipment—net

Total capital assets Total noncurrent assets TOTAL ASSETS

75,086,606

72,583,354

210,599,999

208,232,207

255,273,791

$ 270,133,629

$ 1,401,072

$ 1,967,489

2,163,643

1,905,506

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES:

Accounts payable and accrued expenses Due to related parties

14,823,489

14,737,650

Deferred revenue

36,316

314,443

Compensated absences

19,397

17,205

-

58,000

57,990

56,989

U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

Notes payable

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Deposits Annuity obligations Scholarship fund liability Total current liabilities

197,542

79,965

18,699,449

19,079,247

NONCURRENT LIABILITIES:

2,212,559

2,142,978

Annuity obligations

513,072

540,539

Compensated absences

257,700

269,552

Deferred revenue

12,679

10,500

23,415,764

25,713,990

Total noncurrent liabilities

26,411,774

28,677,559

Total liabilities

45,111,223

47,756,806

41,910,270

38,867,176

49,726,000

78,011,707

103,706,190

92,083,789

Deposits Notes payable

NET ASSETS:

Invested in capital assets—net of related debt Restricted: Expendable Nonexpendable endowments Unrestricted Total net assets TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

14,820,108

13,414,151

210,162,568

222,376,823

$ 255,273,791

$ 270,133,629


UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA FOUNDATION, INC. (A Discrete Component Unit of the University of Central Florida) STATEMENTS OF REVENUES, EXPENSES, AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2008 2008

2007

Contributions (net of provision for uncollectible pledge receivables of $2,928,165)

$ 14,099,080

$ 50,967,626

Net realized and unrealized gains on investments

(10,699,468)

13,878,307

10,800,581

10,456,654

Interest and dividends

4,772,438

4,441,722

Dues and other revenues—net

2,425,564

1,993,557

Advertising and royalties

1,824,223

831,929

OPERATING REVENUES:

Rent

License plate proceeds Total operating revenues

344,300

329,351

23,566,718

82,899,146

OPERATING EXPENSES:

21,014,944

11,014,453

Building operations

6,858,721

6,278,809

Fund-raising

3,672,634

4,718,467

Student aid

4,289,466

4,221,096

Athletics

4,419,415

4,209,488

Management and general

4,157,913

3,513,085

Alumni relations

3,004,059

2,577,223

General university support

1,902,261

2,170,576

663,879

566,556

Academic support

Research Property held-for-sale Total operating expenses

OPERATING LOSS NONOPERATING REVENUES—University support LOSS BEFORE ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTIONS ENDOWMENT CONTRIBUTIONS DECREASE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS—Beginning of year

NET ASSETS—End of year

-

-

49,983,292

39,269,753

(26,416,574)

43,629,393

3,389,999

4,223,975

(23,026,575)

47,853,368

10,812,320

9,929,582

(12,214,255)

57,782,950

222,376,823

164,593,873

$ 210,162,568

$ 222,376,823

A copy of the audited financial statements can be obtained from the UCF Foundation, Inc., 12424 Research Parkway, Suite 140, Orlando, Florida 32826, or by calling 407-882-1220.

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2007-2008 UCF Board of Trustees & Foundation Board of Directors U N I V E R S I T Y O F C E N T R A L F L O R I D A F O U N D AT I O N , I N C .

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U C F B oard of T rustees 2007-2008 Richard J. Walsh ’77, Chair Thomas H. Yochum, Vice Chair

Dr. Manoj Chopra

Judith Ann Albertson

Patrick T. Christiansen

Harris Rosen

Logan Berkowitz

Alan Florez

Conrad Santiago

Olga M. Calvet ’71

Michael J. Grindstaff ’78

Al Weiss ’76

Phyllis A. Klock

U C F F oundation , I N C . B oard of D irectors 2007-2008 ( J u l y 1 , 2 0 0 7 - J une 3 0 , 2 0 0 8 ) OFFICERS

John F. Lowndes

Mark M. Calabrese ’78

Olga M. Calvet ’71 Chair

Gerald R. McGratty ’71

John J. Carelli ’75

Richard A. Nunis

Patrick T. Christiansen

Michael J. Grindstaff ’78 Vice Chair

Roger W. Pynn ’73

J. Blair Culpepper

Nan B. McCormick ’83 Co-Vice Chair

Allen Trovillion

John V. D’Albora Jr.

Nelson Ying

James W. Ferrell ’80

Thomas H. Yochum

George O. Glance III ’90

Michael Manglardi ’84 Secretary R. Todd Bowers ’77 Treasurer Robert J. Holmes, Jr. Chief Executive Officer Rocky Yearwood ’82 Chief Financial Officer

Jeanette Gould HONORARY

Beat M. Kahli

H. Trevor Colbourn

Dr. Jorge J. Lopez

Charles N. Millican

Rita A. Lowndes

Joan D. Ruffier

Marcos Marchena ’82 J. Gary May ’72

EX-OFFICIO

Craig S. Miller ’74

EMERITUS

Randolph E. Berridge

Susan A. Morris ’87

James T. Barnes, Jr.

Richard T. Crotty ’72

Anthony J. Nicholson

R. Van Bogan

Buddy Dyer

Janet Pino ’89

J.A. Burnett

Raymond Gilley

JoAnne Puglisi ’73

Phoebe Carpenter

John C. Hitt

Gerald Rutberg

Peter Dagostino

Jacob V. Stuart

Timothy J. Seneff

Mary Jo Davis

Richard J. Walsh ’77

Ann Sonntag Kimberlee A. Strong ’93

Buell G. Duncan, Jr. Alan G. Fickett ’71

DIRECTORS

Blaine Sweatt III ’76

Manuel A. Garcia III

Judith Ann Albertson

Rasesh H. Thakkar ’84

J. Charles Gray

Kevin P. Barkman ’77

Garritt Toohey

Gerald F. Hilbrich

Seth A. Bernstein

Scott W. Wells ’87

Deborah Komanski ’79

Kenneth W. Bradley ’85


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Contact UCF Foundation, Inc. 12424 Research Parkway Suite 250 Orlando, Florida 32826-3208 407-882-1220 telephone 407-882-1261 facsimile

UCF Alumni Association 407-823-2586 telephone 407-823-0172 facsimile

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