dros (' 98 AB) of Charlotte has entered the American Studies Doctoral Program at Michi- gan State University; she recently received a master of arts in liberal studies degree from UNC-Charlotte. She also has an assistantship at MSU Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities for the 2001-02 school year. .0- Candace Alexis Mance (' 98 AB, '01 ]D) has been named staff attorney for the 15th Judicial Circuit in West Palm Beach, Fla. E-mail: email@example.com. .o- Gideon Cloyes Moore (' 98 AB) of Durham is a recent juris doctorate graduate of the Duke University Law School and has joined the law firm of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft of New York as an associate. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. .o- Mary Cather- ine Steed (' 98 AB) of Las Flores, Calif., recently became director of My Gym Chil- dren's Fitness Center ofAliso Viejo, Calif. E- mail: email@example.com.
memorial scholarship has been established in
his name. Related story, page 33. ,99Jonathan Durant Bell (' 99
MBA) has joined Steven D.
Bell & Co. of Greensboro, a
property brokerage and management firm, as
vice president of sales. .0- Andrea Beloff (' 99
ABJM) of Norfolk Mass., has joined the staff
of Massachusetts General Hospital after gradu-
ating recently with a master's degree in health
management from the University of Michigan.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. .0- Brooke Eliz-
abeth Crawford (' 99 AB) has been named
assistant women's lacrosse coach at Jan"les
Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.At UNC,
she was a three-time All America. .0-
Christopher Ryan Elliott (' 99 ABJM) of Naples,
Fla., is a salesman representing Marge Carson
Home Furnishings for the state of Florida. .0-
Susan Stallings Harris (' 99 PD) of Pittsboro
is owner/manager of Medicap Pharmacy of
Fuquay-Varina. E-mail: medicap298@ea
rth-link.net. .0- Dr. Stephanie Parker (' 99 DDS)
of Salisbury has joined the Smile Program of
the Rowan County Health Department as a
pedodontist, specializing in services to children.
Joseph Carter Bouchard (' 99 AB) and Leigh
ducatioh "'~i1J f1~YOur S~Pf6.
n ndreds of Talented Stfldents
ave a New Opportu~
There's no better fee' than Ja?owing '/.,ou've The Edu rttiorzal Yoution offers a wide
made a positive impact on s0meone'~ li4. tn eed, ~,n ofwaysfor "S danors to contribute.
the knowledge that you can lp easnnie~~oJ4lre eran outright annualgift
athlete obtain an education at an outstanding (cash or securities), an endawmentgift, or
university can be very satisf Ying. Especially when a deferred gift (annuities, trusts and
that education ma~ oth~rw.ise have been ~attainable. bequests), The Foundation staffis avaihble
Such an opporruruty will likely have a laStIng to discuss the various giving vehicles and
impact on that student's life long after graduation. rehted benefits.
You can make such an opportunity happen
for a talented student-athlete. Hundreds of gifted
student-athletes receive scholarships to Carolina
each year through The Educational Foundation.
Many of them are not only exceptional athletes,
but exceptional students as well, going on to
pursue successful careers in various professions
after graduation. And for many, this may be just
the opportunity they need.
The Educational Foundation, chartered in
1938 as a source of private support for the University
of North Carolina, now supports 400 student-athletes in 25 varsity sports, with scholarship costs
totaling over $5.5 million annually! This kind of
ambitious agenda requires the continued generous
support of alumni and other friends of Carolina.
However you choose to give,
your support can makeapositive
difference in someone's life. So take this
opportunity to create one for astudent-
athlete at Caroli7Ul. Please contact
The Educational Foundation
Ryan Ashley Kohart (' 98 BA), 26, of New
York, a trader with Cantor Fitzgerald; Sept.
11, 2001. Kohart was a member of Beta Theta
Pi and co-captain of the men's lacrosse team.
His office was in the World Trade Center. A
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