Great journeys be in in the
College of Arts an
B.A., Speech, 1976
J.D. , UNC-CH School of Law, 1979
Associate Judge, North Carolina Court
Home: Fayetteville, N.C.
"/ take pride in my mind-expanding experience called a liber-
al arts education. It was in the College of Arts and Sciences
that / first perceived the critical role of law in an orderly soci-
ety, and realized that the law was the area in which / wanted
to make a difference. The variety of courses in which / en-
rolled was the beginning of a balanced approach to my life's
experiences and opportunities. The wisdom of my choice to
pursue a liberal arts education is confirmed each day as /
work to interpret the laws and review the decisions of the
trial courts and administrative agencies of North Carolina."
"My Carolina experience has proven to be academically challeng-
ing, unforgettable, and worth every moment / have spent here.
The friendly learning atmosphere with a faculty who are always
willing to help, and students offering support to one another,
made my transition year from high school to college a success and
every year after a memorable one. My liberal arts education has
contributed to my success as an undergraduate researcher and a
student. From learning about and experiencing different cultures
and lifestyles at Carolina, / know / am on my way to becoming a
well-rounded Tar Heel."
Class of 2002
Undergraduate Research in Chemistry
Dean's Li st
Intramural Volleyball -
Hom e: Go ldsboro, N.C.
In the College of Arts and Sciences, the heart and soul of Carolina, we believe that learning never ends.
All Carolina students, no matter what their major, spend their first two years in the College and most choose to continue
their education in one of our 49 areas of study. Our liberal arts coursework prepares students for life's opportunities and
surprises and engenders a love of learning that lasts a lifetime.
Agift to the College of Arts and Sciences is the best way to support a liberal arts education at Carolina. Your support
directly benefits thousands of students and hundreds of faculty, helps the College maintain its national leadership in
liberal arts education and raises the stature of the entire University.
With a gift of $1,000 or more, you will become a member of the College's Dean's Club. Agift of $2,000
or more will also include you in the University's Chancellors' Club. Please send your gift or pledge to Del
The College of
Johnson, Associate Director, The Arts and Sciences Foundation, CB 6115, UNC-Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-6115. For information on the many ways you may support the College
and its programs, please call 919/962-010S.
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