'91 Kimberly Sloan Blass ('91 AB) of Atlanta is publica- tions manager for the Atlanta History Center. Toni Josef Heinzl ('91 MA) of Augusta, Ga., reporter for The Augusta Chronicle, was honored with the 1994 State Bar of Georgia Silver Gavel Award for his series on the impact of early parole for prisoners. Wendy Renee Roueche ('91 AB) of Salisbury was named assistant registrar at Catawba College in Salisbury. Dr. Susan Lee Smith ('91 MD) of Mooresville, a pediatrician, joined the medical staff of the Lake Norman Regional Medical Center in Mooresville. Kay Killingswo Turner ('91 AB) of Paris received a Rotary Founda- tion Ambassadorial Scholarship to study at the Sorbonne in Paris for a year, while promoting interna- tional understanding and good- will through public speaking in various forums. More than 110 students worldwide receive this honor.
'93 c. David Atkins ('93 MBA) of Char- lotte, a real estate
broker, was among those men-
tioned by The (Charlotte) Business
Journal in an article about bankers
who leave the corporate finance
industry. Michelle Leigh
Bridges ('93 AB) of Boiling
Springs passed the NATA Ath-
letic Training Exam and is now a
certified athletic trainer. ~
Joseph Claudius ''Jay'' Hedg-
peth II ('93 AB) of Winston-
Salem was named senior vice
president and attorney of Title
Company ofN.C. Sarah
Turner Jordan ('93, '94 AB) of
Washington, D.C., joined the
Lutheran Volunteer Corps in
Washington. She is working at
Christ House, a 34-bed facility
that provides recovery services
for homeless men. Robert
Morris Paty ('93 AB) of Bristol,
Tenn., a Navy ensign, is serving
aboard the guided-missile cruiser
USS Yorktown CG 48 as an assis-
tant engineering officer.
rc:olina has celebrate:'
its 200th year.
You don't go back that far, but aren't you
just as proud?
Come back for the memories.
Classes of ' 45, ' 50, ' 55, ' 60, ' 65, ' 70 and
The Old Students Club
May 12-14, 1995
'92 D. Jason Bates ('92 ABJOMC) of Thomasville joined
the High Point Enterprise as a staff
sports writer. April Annette
Hoyle ('92 MA) of Chapel Hill
was promoted to assistant director ofpublic relations at the
UNC School of Public Health. ~
Larry Dean Stone Jr. ('92
ABJOMC) of Carrboro is
program director and operations
manager for WCHL Radio in
Chapel Hill. Aimee Shannon
Waters ('92 ABJOMC) of Chapel
Hill, a graphics coordinator and
team leader for the Universiry
Directories division of The Vil-
lage Cos. in Chapel Hill, was
given the Village Pride Award.
'94 William Harold Cosner ('94 AB) of Louisburg is resi-
dence director in Hillman Hall at
Louisburg College. Paige
Dawn Fulbright ('94
ABJOMC) of Conover joined
the staff of Fogleman & Partners
Advertising and Marketing in
Hickory as account coordinator
and media buyer. K. Kathleen
Keener ('94 ABJOMC) of High
Point is neighbors editor at the
High Point Enterprise.
Another Great Alumni Membership Benefit
What is DISCOVER?
Discover is a computer-based career-planning program that can
help you learn more about yourself and find occupations that may
be right for you. DISCOVER will also tell you what kindof training
you may need for these occupations and assist you in finding appro-
priate schools from the thousands stored in its memory. We will
provide you with an extensive career planning guidebook to direct
you through the system.
The system includes the following:
• an inventory to define where you are now in your career planning
• inventories to measure your interests, abilities, experiences
• ways to develop a list of occupations you should explore
• ways to identify majors related to these occupations
• extensive information on nearly 500 occupations
• searches to identify schools from a file of more than 7,000
• financial aid information
• information on how to get a job
The DISCOVER Program is located in the George Watts Hill
Alumni Center and is available for use by appointment only. The
service is free to members of the General Alumni Association and
$30 for non-members.
For more information or to make an appointment,
please call Rick Davis, (919) 962-3749.
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