Great journeys be College of Arts an
in in the
Executive Director, Food Bank
of North Carolina
A.B., Speech, 1990
Master's, Public Administration, 1993
Home: Raleigh, North Caro lin a
"What stands out from my liberal arts education at
Carolina is the tradition of community service that has
had a lasting effect on my life. As a professional, I
have witnessed the University's values in action
through its partnership with the Food Bank of North
Carolina, serving 34 counties in central and eastern
North Carolina, to help uplift communities in the rural
east. It is no coincidence that so many public
servants across the state have ties to Carolina."
''The greatest benefit I've had from a Carolina education
is the number of study options. The chemistry de
part-ment in particular sets up the ideal environment for
students who not on ly want to learn what's in the books
and why it's there, but what's not in the books. Students
are strongly encouraged to participate in research which
complements coursework. Through this research, faculty
members reinforce knowledge learned in class, provide
education in additional areas of interest, and allow the
student to explore uncharted territories."
JULIUS BEAU LUCKS
Class of 2002
Maj or: Ch emi str y,
min or in math emati cs
Churchi ll Scholar
UNC Percussion En se mbl e
Intramural Basketball and Softball
Home: Duck, North Ca rolina
Inthe 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 engenders a love of learning that lasts a lifetime.
Agift to the College of Arts and Sciences directly benefits thousands of students and hundreds of faculty, helps the
~o'~ 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. A gift of $2,000 or
~,,,,,,,,,\'>; more will also include you in the University's Chancellors' Club. Please send your gift or pledge to
COLLEGE of James May, Executive Director, The Arts and Sciences Foundation, CB 61 15, UNC-Chapel Hill,
ARTS &:; SCIENCES Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-6115. For information, please call 919/962-010B.
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