Five Alumni Honored on University Day academic administrator, an anthropologist, a rights activist, a umanitarian and a soprano received the University's Distinguished Alunma and Alunu1Us Awards on Carolina's 211th birthday Oct. 12. This year's recipients of the award, given to alunmi who distinguish themselves in ways that bring credit to the University, are: • Elson S. Floyd ' 78, president of the University of Missouri system. Floyd, who holds three degrees from Carolina, was an administrator at Carolina for 14 years, becoming top assistant to the late Chancel- lor Michael Hooker ' 69 before leaving in 1998 to be president of Western Michigan University. He moved to Missouri in 2002. • Charles M. HudsonJr. ' 62 (MA), Franklin Professor ofAnthropology and History Emeritus at the University of Georgia. Hudson began researching Native Americans of the Southeast while studying at Carolina, where he also received his doctorate. He compiled a 250-year history of the Catawba of South Carolina and became a pioneer in the methodology of ethno-history. • William C. Jenkins ' 78 (MPH) of Atlanta, recently retired from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Jenk- ins, who also has a doctorate from UNC, worked to further public health, racial jus- tice and human rights. He sought to end the infamous Tuskegee study that came to symbolize unethical treatment ofhuman research subjects. • John F. Schultz ' 65, president and chiefexecutive officer of the Christian Children's Fund. Schultz joined the fund in 1990 and has been president since 1998. The fund serves more than 4. 6 million children and families in 31 nations. Schultz also has worked with humanitarian organi- zations in Africa. • Marilyn Z chau ' 59, who has per- formed in the major opera houses of Europe, the United States and South America. Zschau studied at the Juilliard School after receiving a UNC degree in radio, television and motion pictures. She debuted with the Metropolitan Opera National Company in 1965 and has starred with the New York City Opera and the Metropolitan in New York.
IN HONOR OF CAROLINA
As a capstone of Honor & Integrity Year at Carolina, the University has
started a Friends of the Honor System fund drive to ensure that the
proud tradition of our student-run honor system remains alive and well.
For more information or to make a donation, please visit http://honor.unc.edu/friends
or call the Office of the Honor System at (919) 966-4084.
FEAST YOUR EYES ON
MAGICAL HOLIDAY SCENES
And Let Us Delight You With Feasts Of Other Kinds, As Well
The Carolina Inn will once again celebrate the season with elaborate decorations
inspired by the traditional holiday song, li The Twelve Days of Christmas". From the
elegance of two live turtledoves to the festive whimsy of 12 lords a'leaping, you will
find a vision of seasonal wonder around every corner.
While the Twelve Days of Christmas scenes are on display December 5 through
January 6, you can also enjoy a full calendar of holiday-themed events - including
teas, tours, gingerbread house contest, lunches and festive dinners.
Call 1·800·962·8519 for special holiday room rates and for information about all
of the Inn's special holiday attractions and events, including tours of the Twelve Days
of Christmas decorations.
You can also find the Inn's complete holiday calendar on our web site
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