Master Plan for campus development. The
plan is a blueprint for future academic build-
ings, dorm.itories, recreation areas, roads and
greenery. "The biggest harm that can be done
to the school is junky architecture," Long said.
It was clear that alumni left the dialogues
rather im.pressed with the chancellor and with
his quick knowledge of Chapel Hill and the
"He certainly is a well-presented person,"
Long said of Moeser. "I can't imagine a 62-
year-old taking this job, but I think he's high-
energy. He'll do well."
Hicks agreed."r appreciate that he appar-
ently has picked up on the overall feeling of
campus-that unique 'thing' that makes
Carolina, Carolina," Hicks said."That special
feeling there is at Carolina."
The Asheville dialogue
met at the N.C.Arboretum,
where Moeser's speech
focused on a list of recom-
mendations that were made
by Asheville alumni leaders
last year, during one of the
GAA's breakfast meetings
that examined what the next
chancellor's priorites should
be. Jn Fayetteville, Moeser
was joined by UNC alum-
nus and professor of chem-
istry Holden Thorp ' 86, who
developed a unique drug
screening technology and is
the co-foLll1der of Zanthon,
a Research Triangle Park
Moeser met his Big Apple constituents at
the Williams Club, where GAA members can
become full Williams members at a reduced
rate. His wife, Susan, and the New York alumni
helped Moeser celebrate his birthday, com-
plete with cake and serenade. And the
Washington, D.c., group had the pleasure of
greeting the chancellor in a room at the U.S.
Capitol. Moeser also spoke to R.ichmond
alumni and to the Greensboro Carolina Club
in March, as the first speaker in the club's third
annual spring lLll1cheon lecture series.
"I like the fact that we sort of have spanned
the state," Rainey said. ''I'm excited that the
GAA is comm.itted to helping bring the chan-
cellor on the road."
Chancellor James Moeser, while sharing his perspective, also spent
time listening during the "Dialogue on Carolina" programs.
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