Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE
Founder, Jane Goodall Institute U.N. Messenger of Peace
A Premier Lecture Album Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences East Carolina University
The Deanâ€™s Conference Room Prior to her lecture in Wright Auditorium on October 1, 2013, Dr. Goodall met with anthropology faculty and students from Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences. Master of ceremonies Dr. John Sutherland, interim dean of Harriot College, hosted the meeting in the Deanâ€™s Conference Room, Bate Building.
Anthropology students enjoyed a unique opportunity to discuss their field with one of its luminaries. Here, Harriot College Dean Sutherland looks on as Heather Batchelder (left) and Laura Redman (right), two anthropology majors, present Dr. Goodall with $1,000.00 donation to the Jane Goodall Institute from funds raised through a bake sale.
Anthropology graduate student C. J. Idol poses a question to Dr. Goodall.
Anthropology graduate student Terry Barbour contributes to the discussion session with Dr. Goodall.
Undergraduate anthropology major Adam Johnson (front) presents Dr. Goodall with a question. Graduate students Marianne McGlin and Terry Barbour listen intently.
Interim Chair of the Anthropology Department, Dr. I. Randolph Daniel, Jr., offers insights in his discussion with Dr. Goodall.
D. H. Conley student Casey Sokolovic presents Dr. Goodall with gifts from an NGO Casey founded, L.A.S.T., Love A Sea Turtle.
The Chancellorâ€™s Reception Following the gathering with anthropology students and faculty in Bate Building, Dr. Goodall shared time for pictures with a variety of guests at a late afternoon reception. Chancellor Steve Ballard and his wife Nancy hosted the reception on the historic lawn adjoining Whichard Building and 5th Street.
Dr. Goodall with Harriot College Interim Dean, Dr. John Sutherland.
Dr. Goodall with Dr. Phyllis Horns, Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences.
Dr. Goodall with Dr. and Mrs. W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr. Dr. Chitwood is Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences.
Dr. Goodall with Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. G. Cunningham. Dr. Cunningham is Dean of the Brody School of Medicine.
Dr. Goodall with Dr. and Mrs. Alan White. Dr. White is the former Dean of Harriot College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Goodall with anthropology faculty Dr. Megan Perry (left), Dr. Holly Mathews (left rear), Dr. Christine Avenarius (right rear), Interim Chair, Dr. I. Randolph Daniel, Jr. (right), former anthropology student, Emma Browning (front). Ms. Browningâ€™s father stands behind Drs. Matthews and Avenarius.
Dr. Goodall with Honors College students and Dean Marianna Walker.
Dr. Goodall with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hodges.
The Voyages of Discovery Premier Lecture Dr. Goodall delivered the 2013-2014 Premier Lecture of the Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series before a sold-out audience in historic Wright Auditorium. The series, now in its seventh season, has become the premier intellectual event of eastern North Carolina.
Chancellor Steve Ballard served as the master of ceremonies.
Vice Chancellor Phyllis Horns introduced Dr. Goodall. A standing ovation followed.
Dinner at Starlight CafĂŠ Dr. and Mrs. W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr. partnered with Dr. and Mrs. John Meredith in hosting a vegetarian dinner at Starlight CafĂŠ for Dr. Goodall and supporters of the lecture. Compliments of Harriot College, guests received a copy of Jane Goodall: 50 Years at Gombe, that Dr. Goodall graciously signed.
Nate Ballard, son of Chancellor Steve and Nancy Ballard, with Dr. Goodall.
Ian Meredith, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Meredith, share a moment.