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Warmoth T Gibbs 
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Edward B. Fort 
Chancellor, 1981 -Present 





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N.C.MT STATE UNlvatSITY 
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Lewis C. Dowdy 
lancellor, 1964-198 



Cleon F. Thomas, Jr. 
Chancellor, 1980-1981 



REFLECTIONS ON A BIRTHDAY: THE 
FIRST CENTURY - THE SECOND 

CHALLENGE 



1891-1991 



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DR. EDWARD B. FORT 
CHANCELLOR 




There is a BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 
that will attract more than 130,000 persons from DARE TO CHEROKEE. 

As we Celebrate ONE HUNDRED YEARS of magnificent services, we pause to give recognition to the 
many Presidents, Chancellors, Citizens, Financial Supporters, Faculty, Staff, Alumni Association, and above 
all, we thank PARENTS for allowing A&T to educate their children. Every young man - and every young 
woman from 1891-1991. 




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WE SAY HAPPY BIRTHDAY A&T FOR 
100 YEARS OF PROGRESS 



Table of Contents 



OPENING 1 

CONTENTS AND THEME 2-3 

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 4 

REFLECTIONS 5 

STUDENT LIFE 6-9 

Ronald E. McNair/Alma Mater 

DEDICATION 10 

RECOGNITION 11 

MAIL CENTER STAFF 12-13 

STUDENT LIFE 14-15 

CHANCELLOR 16-17 



STUDENT LIFE 18-22 

SCHOOL DEANS 23 

SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE ... 24 
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND 

ECONOMICS 25 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION -26 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING ... 27 

GRADUATE STUDIES 28 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 29 

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY .... 30 
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 

SCIENCES 31 

EMPHASIS PLACED ON DEVELOP- 
MENT 32-33 

COMMENCEMENT 34-54 



STUDENT LIFE 55 

DEPARTMENT 

CHAIRPERSONS 56-59 

ROTC 60-65 

ADMINISTRATORS AND 

CENTENNIAL 66-78 

STUDENT LIFE 79-80 

FRESHMAN CLASS 81-88 

STUDENT LIFE 89-94 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 95-102 

JUNIOR CLASS 103-110 

STUDENT LIFE ill 

SENIOR CLASS 112-128 



STUDENT LIFE 129-134 

Greensboro Four 
SENIOR CLASS 

DIRECTORY 135-143 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 144 

WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES 

AND COLLEGES 145-155 

STUDENT LIFE 156-159 

HOMECOMING 161-178 

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES .... 17a-205 

STUDENT LIFE 206-209 

SPORTS 210-225 

REFLECTIONS ON A 

BIRTHDAY 226-239 





Miss A & T, Sharron Jenkins 



Celebration 
a Second 
1891 



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and Challenge 

Century 

1991 



ORGANIZATIONS 240-295 

HONOR'S CONVOCATION 296-305 

STUDENT LIFE 306 

AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY 

MONTH 307 

JESSE JACKSON 308 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR 309 

DOROTHY COTTON/SGA 

PROGRAM 310 

FEBRUARY ACTIVITIES 312-317 

ALUMNI BAND 
DINNER THEATRE 
REFLECTIONS ON A 

BIRTHDAY 318-321 

CHARTER DAY - 1891-1991 

MEMORIAL 322-323 

DUDLEY BUILDING 

REFLECTION 324 

RECOGNITION PROGRAM 325 

AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF 326 

INDEX 327-328 





CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION STAFF 




DR. EDWARD B. FORT 
CHANCELLOR 



Dr, Dorothy Alston 

Special Assistant to the Chancellor for 

Administrative Affairs 



The North CaroHna Agricultural and Technical 
State University is a State supported, co-educational 
institution. Here, an atmosphere, highly conducive 
to learning and living, is maintained. Emphasis is 
constantly placed on a highly qualified faculty and 
staff, scholarship, personal interest in the individual 
student, carefully planned courses, well equipped 
laboratories and buildings, an excellent library, am- 
ple recreational facilities and beautiful campus. 




Dr. Norman Handy 

Vice Chancellor for Development & 

University Relations 




Mr. Charles Mclntyre 
Vice Chancellor for 
Business & Finance 




Mr. Benjamin E. Rawlins 
Special Assistant to the Chancellor ' 

for Legal Affairs 




Dr. Sullivan A. Weiborne, Jr. 
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 






4 



Students on the Campus of North Carolina Agricul- 
tural and Technical State University never dreamed of 
anything but an education of love. Although, both male 
and female students are given restrictions, they fully re- 
alize that each restriction is needed. For a good educa- 
tion of quality is first and foremost. It is expensive. 



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Over the years, students 
participated in the deci- 
sion-making process of the 
University through mem- 
bership on committees, 
sub-committees and in- 
volvement in social, cultur- 
al, recreational, and intel- 
lectual activities. CELE- 
BRATION AND CHAL- 
LENGE CONTINUES 
FOR THE TOTAL STU- 
DENT BODY. 




Scott Hall 




i«Qi w ... """'"'It ^ ""'.^"t'^i'u" 'f' '^^°'*' *° P'^^^^" ^^S^^'' education for the state and nation since 
1891. With course offerings in the Schools of Education, Business and Economics, Technology, Agrfcult "re 
Engineermg, Nursing, Graduate Studies, and the College of Arts and Sciences, A&T competes for facuUv and 
students with the finest academic institutions in the country ... ^ 




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The University is nationally accredited by the 
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 




NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY is a Land- 
grant Institution with an enrollment of 6,500 plus male and female 
students. 




Outstanding programs in computer science, chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, architectural and indus- 
oll "J'"r""r; r"'''' chemistry, technology, biology, physics, nursing, education, mass communications, 
social work, political science and the humanities typify the University's commitment to providing quality in- 
struction and research opportunities to its students. 



THE LATE 

DR. RONALD E. 

MCNAIR 

ASTRONAUT 



Dear A. and T.. dear A. and 

T., a monument indeed, 

Around thy base with 

grateful hearts behold thy 

students kneel, 

We bless the power that 

gave thee birth to help us 

in our need. 

We'll ever strive while here 

on earth all loyalty to yield. 

With joy, with joy. dear A. 

and T., thy students turn 

from thee 

To spread thy trophies 

year by year from Dare to 

Cherokee. 




SPECIAL HONORS: 

Graduated magna cum laude from North Carolina A&T (1971); named a Presidential scholar (1967-1971), a Ford 
Foundation Fellow (1971-1974), a National Fellowship Fund Fellow (1974-1975), a NATO Fellow (1975); winner of 
Omega Psi Phi Scholar of the Year Award (1975), Los Angeles Public School System's Service Commendation 
(1979), Distinguished Alumni Award (1979), National Societ>' of Black Professional Engineers Distinguished Na- 
tional Scientist Award (1979), Friend of Freedom Award (1981), Who's Who Among Black Americans (1980), an 
AAU Karate Gold Medal (1976), five Regional Blackbelt Karate Championships, and numerous proclamations and 
achievement awards. 

EXPERIENCE: 

While at Massachusetts Institute of Technology', Dr. McNair performed some of the earliest development of 
chemical HF/DF and high-pressure CO lasers. His later experiments and theoretical analysis on the interaction 
of intense CO2 laser radiation with molecular gases provided new undersrandings and applications for highly excited 
polyatomic molecules. 

In 1975, he studied laser physics with many authorities in the field at E'cole D'ete Theorique de Physique, Les 
Houches, France. He published several papers in the areas of lasers and molecular spectroscopy and gave many 
presentations in the United States and abroad. 

Following graduation from MIT in 1976, he became a staff physicist with Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, 
California. His assignments included the development of lasers for isotope separation and photochemistry utilizing 
non-linear interactions in low-temperature liquids and optical pumping techniques. He also conducted research 
on electro-optic laser modulation for satellite-to-satellite space communications, the construction of ultra-fast in- 
frared detectors, ultraviolet atmospheric remote sensing, and the scientific foundations of the martial arts. 



The Computer Science Center 
was dedicated in 1970. 

The Paul Robeson Little The- 
atre was opened. 

1971 - A&T left the Central In- 
tercollegiate Athletic Associa- 
tion and helped form the Mid- 
Eastern Athletic Association. 

The School of Nursing was ac- 
credited by the National League 
for Nursing. 

1972 ■ A&T became a constitu- 
ent institution of the University 
of North Carolina which is com- 
prised of 16 public senior insti- 
tutions. 

The State Board of Higher Edu- 
cation authorized the School of 
Engineering to offer the degree, 
Master of Science in Engineer- , 
ing. 




WITH JOY, WITH JOY, DEAR A&T 
THY STUDENTS TURN FROM THEE 
TO SPREAD THY TROPHIES YEAR 
BY YEAR FROM DARE TO CHEROKEE 



1972 - A special Agricultural Ex- 
tension Program for NCA&TSU 
began offering programs outside 
the University. 

Department of Chemistry was 
accredited by the American 
Chemical Society. 

1974 - Safety and Driver Educa- 
tion was offered as a new degree 
program. 

1975 - Department of Sociology 
and Social Service was accred- 
ited by the Commission on Ac- 
crediting of the Council on So- 
cial Work Education. 

1976 - NCA&TSU was autho- 
rized to offer the following pro- 
grams: B. S. Degree in Land- 
scape Architecture: Transporta- 
tion; Industrial Engineering. M. 
S. Degree in Adult Education; 
Biology, Ground was broken for 
construction of a Mathematics- 
Physics Building at a cost of 
$2,755,000. Additional land was 
secured under the Greensboro 
Redevelopment Program for 
campus expansion adjacent to 
the New Market Street. 




The tradition of this University is a trait that can never be destroyed, imitated, or duplicated. We must contin- 
ue to highlight the energy of aggie pride and build upon its foundation. Just as we can never duplicate the 
traditions of other institutions, they can never generate a spirit to match aggie pride. 



CELEBRATION AND CHALLENGE: "A SECOND CENTURY" 





Dr. Johnny Hodge and Mr. 

Jimmy Williams 

Directors 



MARCHING 
BAND #1 




THE AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF PROUDLY 

DEDICATE THE CENTENNIAL 

VOLUME OF THE 

AYANTEE 




DR. RICHARD E. MOORE 



Dr. Richard E. Moore has enjoyed an outstanding 22-year career in educational public relations and teaching 
at North Carolina A&T State University. He currently serves as assistant vice chancellor for University Rela- 
tions, as director of Information Services and as an associate professor of Communications. 
Some highlights of Dr. Moore's career are as follows: He was honored by Lincoln University, Missouri in 1971 
with its Journalism Merit Award for outstanding college public relations, for the past two years, he has served 
as a judge in the writing contests of the National Newspaper Publishers Association , the professional associa- 
tion for the 114 Black newspapers in the nation, for the past four years, he has served as a judge for the world- 
wide journalism contest for the U.S. Department of the Army, he was selected in 1985 to serve as an evaluator 
of Foreign Service Officers for the U.S. State Department, formerly served as chairperson of the Greensboro 
Human Relations Commission, has served as a consultant for the public relations offices of Elizabeth City 
State University and Alcorn State University, recently conducted a panel on public relations for 30 historically 
Black colleges, as sponsored in Atlanta, Ga., by the Philip Morris Company. In addition to his public relations 
role. Dr. Moore played a key role in extending the journalism offerings at A&T State University from one 
course to a full major. 

The Ayantee Yearbook Staff takes pride in dedicating this year's AYANTEE to a GENTLEMAN and a 
FRIEND. 

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IN RECOGNITION FOR 

MANY 

YEARS OF EDUCATIONAL 

LEADERSHIP TO STUDENTS 




Dr. Isaac Barnett 

Technology Education 

Retired Professor 




Dr. Quiester Craig 
• Business & Economics-Dean 



Dr. Albert Spruill 
Graduate School-Dean 



MAIL ON THE 

MOVE 

WITH A MISSION 



The Campus Mail Center has tradi- 
tionally been the centralized location for 
processing and handling of University 
mail. The Mail Center staff grew from one 
person in 1935 to the present staff of five. 
This includes a mail center supervisor and 
four mail clerks. The Mail Center staff 
sorts, deliver, pick up and processes all aca- 
demic and administrative mail. During 
August 1988, the operation was restruc- 
tured and the Mail Center was renovated 
to accommodate same. The Mail Center is 
continuing to push toward a more cost ef- 
fective mail service operation for the Uni- 
versity. 




Looking for that check that should have been here 
yesterday 




No matter what the weather RAIN, 
SLEET, SHINE, OR SNOW. The Postal 
Clerks must go! From Dowdy to Physical 



Plant, to Charles H. Moore to ROTC - ALL 
WILL RUSH TO THE DOOR. DID 
THEY PICK-UP YET? 




Student Workers: Dee Dee, 



12 Campus Mail Center 




Serving the 

University 

Family. 




Staff: Mr. John Headen, Supervisor, Anthony Eason, Marjorie Wilder, Debra Thomas, Keith 
Booker 

The Mail Center is a viable and important unit of the University. The staff is very effective 
in accomplishing the Mission and goals of the Center. All first class mail is delivered daily. Special 
mail is delivered twice a day. All mail received is metered daily. 



Shawn & Robert, Frick & Frat 



Strategies and Activities 
Trends and Strengths 
Reachable Goals and Objectives 



Campus Mail Center 13 



1892 - First President - 
JOHN O. CROSBY 

1896 - Second President - 
JAMES B. DUDLEY 

1898 - First Degree Award- 
ed. 

1902 - Female Enrollees 
dropped, college became 
all male enrollees. 

1915 - Name changed to Ag- 
ricultural and Technical 
College of North Caroli- 



1925 - Third President - 
FERDINAND D. BLU- 
FORD. A&T became a 
member of the CIAA . . . 

1926 - National Alumni As- 
sociation organized. 

1928 - College became co-ed. 

1939 - College authorized to 
offer graduate studies 



leading to the master's 
degree. 

1942 - Senior unit Army 
ROTC established at col- 
lege 

1951 - Air Force ROTC es- 
tablished at college. 

1953 - School of Nursing 
opens. 

1956 - Fourth President - 
WARMOTH T. GIBBS. 

1959 - College accepted to 
full membership in the 
Southern Association of 
Colleges and Secondary 
Schools. 

1960 - February 1, A&T 
STUDENTS initiated 
the famed "SIT-IN" 
movement. Fifth Presi- 
dent, SAMUEL D. 
PROCTOR 





DOING THE RIGHT THING! 





THE AGGIE SPIRIT! 




1964 - Sixth President 


ing; School of Graduate 


LEWIS C. DOWDY 


Studies; and the Division of 




Business Administration. 


1967 - (June) Elevated to 




University status with 


1969 - School of Engineering 


the name changing to 


accredited by the Engi- 


North Carolina Agricul- 


neers' Council for Profes- 


tural and Technical State 


sional development 


University. Diamond An- 


(ECPD). 


niversary observed. 






Creation of Department of 


1968 - Effective September 


Speech and Drama, School 


1, the University was re- 


of Arts and Sciences. Sepa- 


organized into the follow- 


ration of History and Politi- 


ing seven academic areas: 


cal Sciences into two de- 


School of Agriculture; 


partments. 


School of Arts and Sci- 




ences containing the Di- 


1970 - The School of Business 


vision of Humanities; the 


and Economics was created 


Division of Natural Sci- 


by Trustees Board Action. 


ences and Mathematics, 


Southern Association of 


the Division of Social Sci- 


Colleges and Schools reaf- 


ences; School of Engi- 


firmed A&T"s full member- 


neering; School of Nurs- 


ship 




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DR. EDWARD B. FORT; CHANCELLOR 




NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 



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NORTH CAROLINA AC.RICLH/HIRAL AND TECHNICAL 
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February 18, 1991 




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Greetings: 



I am pleased to congratulate the students, staff 
and advisors of the 1991 Ayantee for the magnificence 
of this edition of the yearbook. 



Publishing the Ayantee was a significantly 
important undertaking for the University, as this 
volume chronicles some of the most important 
educational, social, athletic and cultural activities 
and events which took place during the current 
academic year. This is the Centennial edition of the 
yearbook, and the importance of this outstanding 
observance is reflected in the theme and pictorial 
displays which abound in the annual. 



Your undertaking is also critically important 
because for years to come, it will serve to market 
throughout this state and nation the tremendous 
excellence of this historically great university. 
Your parents, brothers and sisters and your friends 
who read the Ayantee, will know that this is a world- 
class university with a rich tradition dating back to 
its chartering in 1891. North Carolina A&T State 
University is the place that challenges its students 
to excel and achieve. It is also the place of Aggie 
Pride, that tremendous sense of belonging which is 
embraced by those with similar aspirations and goals. 



To the seniors who will be graduating this year, 
I wish for you much success in your chosen careers. 
I urge you to take the gospel of A&T with you and it 
will serve you well. Let all with whom you come in 
contact know that you are a graduate of the university 
"where dreamers become achievers." 



Sincerely, 



Diuiilliy Co|Hl;iinl 
|i)lc)l ,?.U 712'; 




Edward B. Fort 
Chancellor 



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An F(]u;il Oppdrluiiity/Afrinnnlivc Action Hnipldycr 
A OniMiluciil hi'.liliilinn of THR UNIVIiRSITV OF NORTH CAROLINA 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STUDENT GOV- 
ERNMENT ASSOCIATION OF THE NORTH 
CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNI- 
CAL STATE UNIVERSITY 



The present Student Government Association 
is an outgrowth of the Student Council of North 
Carolina Agricultural and Technical State College 
which was restructured on September 30. 1935 
from an earlier organization by the same name. 

The stated purpose of the earlier Constitution 
was to develop among the students a spirit of coop- 
eration to afford development through self-expres- 
sion, self-control, and leadership, and to create a 
high degree of cooperation between the faculty and 
students in matters of constructive welfare. 

The Constitution of the Student Government 
Association was restructured in 1968 and 1979 and 
approved by the Board of Trustees. 





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EXPLORING 
SELF-DIRECTED ACTIVITIES 

The Hallmark of quality. Students cuntinue to pro- Continuing to secure a unity of purpose among the 
mote peer leadership as well as followership. many forces, cultures, and activities. 




Participating in joint programs involving both male 
and female students. 

Members of both groups believe that increased con- 
tact would most easily occur through social activities. 



20 Student Life 



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PROGRAM SUCCESS OCCURRING 
IN GROUP SITUATIONS 

Providing for a well-rounded education for students Attempts are made to effect a positive atmosphere. 
- A DYNAMIC POSTURE! Absolute agreement is needed. 




A panoramic scope of activities designed to encourage 
strong, viable, and independent organizations. 

Promoting successful achievement of developmental 
and intellectual capabilities in students. 



Student Life 21 



GETTING IT 
TOGETHER 




Programs are presented that will capture 
the interest of individualized and group 
activities. The result is a combination of 
philosophy about needs, organization, 
and processes. 

In an effort to appraise several activities 
models which existed, we have con- 
structed others which both fitted indi 
vidual and group needs. We have formed 
a student committee to suggest, plan and 
assist with the implementation of pro- 
grams. 






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School of 
Agriculture 

The School of Agriculture embraces the fundamental philoso- 
phy of the Land-Grant Institution and it accepts the obligation to 
provide a program of resident instruction, research and extension. 
It administers to the general needs of an independent rural-urban 
society and to the special needs of those who desire and benefit from 
instruction in agriculture and home economics. 




DR. BURLEIGH C. WEBB 

DEAN 

The objectives of the School of Agriculture are twofold: (1) to develop the 
academic proficiency of its students through organized instruction and research 
and (2) to share its resources with its clientele through organized short courses, 
conferences, and related activities designed to meet special needs. 

DEPARTMENTS 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

HOME ECONOMICS 

PLANT SCIENCE 

EXTENSION PROGRAM 



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School of Business 
and Economics 




DR. QUIESTER CRAIG 

DEAN 



A primary goal of the School of Business and Econom- 
ics is to develop business leaders who are capable of coping 
with new technologies and social progress. Associated with 
this goal is a commitment to the objectives of quality in- 
struction, research, professional development, and to pro- 
grams and service for the community, state, and nation. The 
School of Business and Economics also serves to perpetuate 
a general understanding and appreciation for the interrela- 
tionships of the national as well as world environments. The 
scope of the School's programs includes curricula based pri- 
marily upon key concepts and skills necessary for decision- 
making and problem-solving roles in business, industry, 
government, and education. 



DEPARTMENTS 

ACCOUNTING 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

BUSINESS EDUCATION & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 

ECONOMICS 



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School of Education 




DR. DOROTHY PRINCE BARNETT 
ACTING DEAN 

The School of Education provides curricula for students to prepare for teaching ca- 
reers in the elementary and secondary schools of the state and for other professional 
careers in industry and government. The programs of study are planned to enable stu- 
dents to attain competence in both specialized and general areas of Education 



All professional teacher education programs 
are administered and supervised by the School of 
Education. The Schools of Education and Gradu- 
ate Studies cooperate with the supervision of grad- 
uate teacher education programs, especially as they 
relate to teacher certification. Moreover, the 
School of Education serves as the central agency 
for administering all teacher education programs 
for undergraduates and the supervision of certifi- 
cation for all education majors at all levels. 

The School of Education offers programs lead- 
ing to the Bachelor of Science degree in Health and 
Physical Education, Early Childhood Education 
and Special Education. 



In addition to the aforementioned programs, 
upon the satisfactory completion of an undergraduate 
program offered by other schools and departments in 
cooperation with the School of Education, the student 
is ehgible to receive the degree of Bachelor of Science 
in one of the following areas: Agricultural Education 
Art Education; English Education; French Education 
History Education; Home Economics Education 
Mathematics Education; Music Education; Physics 
Education; Social Studies Education; Speech "and 
Theatre Education; Industrial Arts Education; Indus- 
trial Technology; Safety & Driver Education; and Vo- 
cational Industrial Education. 



The School of Education includes the following departments- 

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND POLICY 

HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION 

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICES 



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School of Engineering 




DR. HAROLD L. MARTIN 
DEAN 



The School of Engineering grants Bachelor of Science degrees in architectural, chemical, 
civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering. The School also offers the master of 
science degree in engineering, architectural engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engi- 
neering and mechanical engineering. The Ph.D. degree is available in most engineering disci- 
plines through an interinstitutional program between North Carolina State University and NC 
A&T State University. 

The programs of study are aimed toward preparing a student for engineering practice in 
all phases of his/her chosen field. The specific objectives of the School of Engineering are: 

1. To prepare the student for an active career in his/her chosen discipline within the profession. 

2. To provide a comprehensive background in all phases of the engineering design process, 
namely; conception, planning, synthesis, analysis, design, and management. 

3. To provide a basic knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences upon which the prac- 
tice of engineering depends. 

4. To develop the judgment the engineer requires to utilize effectively, and economically, the 
materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind. 

5. To encourage the student to develop an appreciation for the process of continuing education. 

6. To develop the intellectual, professional, and social characteristics of the student in such 
a manner as to enable him/her to become a responsible leader in the community. 



DEPARTMENTS 

ARCHITECTURAL 

CHEMICAL 

CIVIL 

ELECTRICAL 

INDUSTRIAL 

MECHANICAL 



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Graduate Studies 



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DR. ALBERT W. SPRUILL 

DEAN 



Graduate education at 
North Carolina Agricul- 
tural and Technical State 
University was authorized 
by the North Carolina 
State Legislature in 1939. 
The authorization provid- 
ed for graduate training in 
agriculture, applied sci- 
ence and allied areas of 
study. An extension of the 
graduate program, ap- 



proved by the General As- 
sembly of North Carolina 
in 1957, provided for en- 
largement of the program 
to include teacher educa- 
tion as well as such other 
programs of a professional 
or occupational nature as 
might be approved by the 
State Board of Higher Ed- 
ucation. 



The Graduate School offers advanced study for qualified individuals who wish to improve their 
competence for careers in professions related to agriculture, applied science, education, science re- 
search, technology, the humanities and the social sciences. Such study of information and techniques 
is provided through courses of study leading to the Master of Science degree and through institutes, 
workshops, and individual courses designed for those who are not candidates for a higher degree 
but who desire advanced work in certain fields of study. Second, the Graduate School provides the 
foundation of knowledge and of techniques required for those who wish to continue their education 
m doctoral programs at other institutions. Third, the Graduate School assumes the responsibility 
of stimulating and encouraging scholarly research among students and faculty members. 

It is expected that, in the course of studies, graduate students (1) will have acquired special 
competence in at least one field of knowledge; (2) will have developed further their ability to think 
independently and constructively; and (3) will have developed and demonstrated the abifity to col- 
lect, organize, evaluate, and report facts which will enable them to make a contribution in their field 
of study. 



Advanced Study 



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School of Nursing 






DR. BEVERLY L. MALONE 
DEAN 



The School of Nursing offers a program leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Nurs- 
ing. The school is organized into lower and upper divisions. The first two academic years or 
lower division of the program encompass the core requirements of the University and the foun- 
dation courses for the major. The upper division or last two academic years is largely devoted 
to Nursing Courses. 

The School of Nursing is an integral part of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical 
State University and adheres to the purpose and objectives of the University. The School sub- 
scribes to the principles and theories that describe and predict man's behavior. 

The faculty believes that man is a biopsychosocial, spiritual being who is continuously de- 
veloping and adapting. Our participation through nursing education is in the preparation of 
the student to assist the individual in making his maximum contribution to society. The faculty 
believes that society is a dynamic structure which is culturally diverse and consists of individ- 
uals, families and communities, with the family as the basic unit. 

We believe health is an ever-changing phenomenon which is defined by society's cultural 
values, assumptions and attitudes. Health is viewed on a health-illness continuum, and individ- 
ual life styles greatly influence one's position on this continuum. 

We believe that nursing education is a systematic process whereby the learner engages in 
critical thinking and applies scientific theories, principles, and concepts to nursing. Nursing 
education addresses man, society, and the culture of the individual in moving him toward a 
state of health. 



LOWER AND UPPER DIVISIONS 



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School of Technology 




DR. EARL G. YARBROUGH 
DEAN 

The primary focus of the School of Technology is to prepare individuals who are uniquely 
proficient in the application of basic science and technology. Thus, faculty of the school are 
interested in what industry, business and education want and need. As a result, our goal is to 
educate the whole person. Students develop not only their technical skills but their personality, 
cooperativeness, innovativeness, concern for the organization, communications skills and de- 
pendability. Graduates of the school are equipped to meet the new and emerging challenge of 
a modern high technological society. 

Curriculum and programs of the school are continually reviewed by advisory groups asso- 
ciated with the various professions represented by the school. Based upon this input, the curric- 
ulum is reflective of what business, industry and education need. 

Programs of the school that are designed to prepare individuals for industry are built upon 
a technical-management orientation. Thus, graduates pursue career opportunities in a variety 
of fields ranging from research and design to inspection and distribution. Graduates are em- 
ployed as project managers, quality control engineers, operation officers, shift superintendents, 
employment managers, safety engineers, occupational health specialists, construction man- 
agers, loss presentation representatives, etc. 

Several of the programs of the school are designed to prepare individuals for a variety of 
educational careers. Thus, graduates of the school are employed as industrial arts, technology 
education, vocational education and safety and driver education instructors at the secondary 
and post-secondary levels. In addition, many graduates of the education program are employed 
in the private and governmental sector in a variety of occupational areas. 



DEPARTMENTS 

MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT & SAFETY 

ELECTRONICS & COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 



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College of Arts and Sciences 




DR. A. JAMES HICKS 
DEAN 

The College of Arts and Sciences introduces the student to many fields of human interests 
and assists him in acquiring knowledge in the fields of liberal arts and sciences. Its primary 
aim is to provide a liberal and professional education intended to prepare the student to per- 
form in a wide variety of employment situations. In fulfilling its primary purpose, the College 
endeavors to provide opportunities for the student to acquire the knowledge, perceptions, val- 
ues, and skills needed for personal development and social usefulness. 

The College of Arts and Sciences is comprised of thirteen departments and programs offer- 
ing undergraduate majors leading to the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science and a Mas- 
ter's program leading to the Master of Arts or the Master of Science in several fields. The Bache- 
lor of Arts degree is offered with major programs of study in Art, Mass Communications, Eng- 
lish, French, History, Music, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Speech and Theatre 
Arts. The Bachelor of Science degree is offered with major programs of study in Biology, Chem- 
istry, Computer and Information Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, and Social Work. Many de- 
gree programs may be pursued jointly with professional education courses offered in the School 
of Education. Graduates of these programs qualify for certification to teach in the secondary 
schools. In addition, the Mathematics and Physics Departments have joint degree programs 
with the School of Engineering in Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Physics. 

DEPARTMENTS 

ART 

BIOLOGY 

CHEMISTRY 

ENGLISH 

FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

HISTORY 

MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE 

MUSIC 

PHYSICS 

POLICICAL SCIENCE 

PSYCHOLOGY 

SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK 

SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS AND THEATRE ARTS 



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EMPHASIS PLACED ON 
DEVELOPMENT 




Student interests are usually volunteer to 

many and varied. There lend helping hands to 

are, of course, numerous supportive units, li- 

types of service activi- brary, and many of- 

ties. These students fices. 



The extraclass activities program included activities for 
recognition and service. 




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STUDENT LIFE 




PREPARING 

FOR THE 

CELEBRATION 



STUDENTS ARE ACTIVELY 

INVOLVED WITH PLANNING 

CENTENNIAL ACTIVITIES 




100 
YEARS 



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THE 99TH ANNUAL 

COMMENCEMENT 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL 

AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 



Sunday, May 6, 1990 

11:00 A.M. 

GREENSBORO COLISEUM 

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



it 



INDUCTION OF GRADUATES INTO 

THE NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL 

AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC. 



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I hereby solemnly pledge allegiance to my Alma Mater in appreciation for 
the opportunities for development afforded me as a student at North Carolina 
Agricultural and Technical State University. 

I pledge active membership in The North Carolina Agricultural and Techni- 
cal State University Alumni Association wherever I may be. Through association 
with fellow alumni, I shall forever do my best to uphold the ideals and traditions 
of my Alma Mater. 

I pledge to exemplify high ideals by rendering positive and dignified service 
to the community, state, nation and world, thus living to bring honor and respect 
to my Alma Mater. ..„ « % 



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Vi- 



Program 

Presiding: EDWARD B. FORT, Chancellor 



PROCESSIONAL: "Fanfare and Processional" . . 

(arranged by James D. Ployhar) 



.University Symphonic Band 
Johnny Hodge, Conductor 



INVOCATION Ralph M. Ross 

Assistant Dean of Student Development 



RESPONSE "Just A Little Talk With Jesus" . 

(arranged by Cleavant Derrick) 



University Choir 

C. Everett Powell, Conductor 



GREETINGS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Edward B. Fort 

Chancellor 

GREETINGS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA CD. Spangler. Jr. 

President 



MUSICAL SELECTION: "Lift Every Voice And Sing" 

(arranged by Roland Carter) 



University Choir 

C. Everett Powell, Conductor 



INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Maj. General Charles Bussey 

Chairman, Board of Trustees 

COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Patricia Russell -McCloud, J.D. 

President, Russell -McCloud and Associates 
Atlanta, Georgia 



MUSICAL SELECTION: "For the Good of Them" 



. Fellowship Gospel Choir 
Ronald Jones, Director 



CONFERRAL OF HONORARY DEGREE AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS Edward B. Fort 

Chancellor 

PRESENTATION Senior Class President 

Steven Jones 

PRESENTATION OF COMMISSIONEES Louie Rivers, Jr 

Professor of Military Science 

Walter L. Watson, Jr. 
Professor of Aerospace Studies 



MUSICAL SELECTION: "Festive Overture Opus 96" . . . 

(arranged by Dmitri Shostakovich) 



. University Symphonic Band 
Johnny Hodge, Conductor 



RECOGNITION OF HONOR GRADUATES Edward J. Hayes 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES Edward J. Hayes 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES Edward B. Fon 

Chancellor 

INDUCTION OF GRADUATES INTO THE NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ' Clarence Knight 

President, National Alumni Association, Inc 

*THE ALMA MATER 

BENEDICTION Ralph M. Ross 

Assistant Dean of Student Development 



RECESSIONAL: "Fanfare and Recessional" . . 

(arranged by James D. Ployhar) 

♦Audience Standing 



.University Symphonic Band 
Johnny Hodge, Conductor 






James L. Adams, Chemical Engineering 

Chelsea L, Arnold, Accounting 

Edward L. Arrington. Jr., Laboratory Anima! Science 

Alison C. Bingman, Nursing 

Randall D. Clark. Industrial Technology 

Shelby O. Cobb, Social Work 

Gary E. Collins, Mechanical Engineering 

Barry R. Cooper, Industrial Technology 

Bruce L. Cramer, Industrial Technology 

Michele Y. Crawley, Accounting 

Steven R. Cureton, Sociology 

Jasmin C Daniels, Chemical Engineering 

Wanda H, DeVane, Mathematics 

Tawanna B. Dixon, Biology 

Angela D. Eaddy, Communications 

Sunday J, Ekoja, Vocational industrial Education 

Rita Fontell, Electrical Engineering 

David C. Freeman. Jr., Architectural Engineering 

Collins R, Geter, Chemical Engineering 

Elaine F. Greene, Business Administration 

Lisa L. Hamilton, Business Administration 



HONOR STUDENTS 

WITH HIGHEST HONORS 

Sharon R, Hanley. Computer Science 

Pamela L, Harrigan, Accounting 

Alvin G. Harris, Industrial Technology 

Constance R. Harris. Accounting 

Robin L. Howard, Computer Science 

Donna S. Jenl. Art 

Rickey D. Johnson, Industrial Technology 

Raeshay A, Jones. English 

Steven V, Jones. Accounting 

Thomas B. Keefer, Chemical Engineering 

Kent R. Layher. Electrical Engineering 

Dehnda V. McCorvey, Accounting 

Gary R. Mcintyre, Industrial Technology 

David F. Morrison, Electrical Engineering 

Alfred H. Muratori. Engineering Physics 

Kyle A. Nutter. Accounting 

Brian S. Oakley, Mechanical Engineering 

Barbara S. Ostler, Business Administration 

Lisa A. Owens. Accounting 

Gerald C. Parker, Jr., Civil Engineering 



William E, Pendleton, Physics 

Johnathan M. Reason. Electrical Engineering 

Deena Y. Richey, Computer Science 

Eugenia L. Robinson, Computer Science 

Richard Sato, Electrical Engineering 

Norman R. Sisk, Biology 

Dwight V. Squire. Mechanical Engineering 

Keith W. Stephenson, Industrial Technology 

Charles A. Stigger, Electrical Engineering 

Thomas L. Stone, Electrical Engineering 

Wanda L. Surgeon, Mechanical Engineering 

Janeen E Thomas, Special Education 

Dana L. Tilley, Electrical Engineering 

Michael K. Troutman, Communications 

Marvin R. Vines, Accounting 

Alan F. Walker, Computer Science 

Michael D, Walton, Mechanical Engineering 

Cynthia A. Williams, Accounting 

Jimmy L. Williams, !I, Business Administration 

William T. Wilson, III, Accounting 



Hassan R. Al-Derham, Architectural Engineering 

Rolanda Burnett. Economics 

Berry L. Carter, industrial Engineering 

Nichelle I. Carter. Psychology 

Yolanda M. Cole, Political Science 

Anthony C. Crowder, Occupational Safety 

Dinnatia J. Doster, Mechanical Engineering 

Derrek B. Dunn, Mathematics 

Beverly R. Eccles, Accounting 

Monday A, Ekanem. Vocational Industrial Education 

Johneric C. Emehel, Professional History 

EllaR, Evans, Social Work 

Patrice A, Greenwood, Industrial Engineering 

Tonya M. Hamiel. Business Administration 

Michael R. Harris, Social Work 

George W. Hunter, III, Mechanical Engineering 



WITH HIGH HONORS 

Lavonda R. Jackson, English Education 
Joycelyn M. Johnson, Accounting 
Shannon L. Joseph, Business Administration 
Margaret I. Kanipes, Chemistry 
Ronald E. Lane. Industrial Technology 
Tracy A. Lassiter. Industrial Technology 
Angela M, Lee, Accounting 
Veda E. Lewis, Chemical Engineering 
Herman G. Locklear, industrial Arts 
Sonji Lucas. Chemical Engineering 
Garry W. Lundsford, Industrial Technology 
Talia M. McCray. Electrical Engineering 
Reginald A, McDonald, Agricultural Economics 
Lori D. McLaughlin, Business Administration 
Jeffrey T. Martin. Computer Science 
Michael A. Moore, industrial Technology 



Morrison J. Nagiya, Vocational Industrial Education 

Wanda J. Pulliam. Social Work 

GregM. Pysher. Electrical Engineering 

Michelle R. Rogan. Industrial Technology 

Gayronza R. Rozier, Electrical Engineering 

Terry M. Sanders, Chemical Engineering 

Rita D. Scales, Communications 

Shermonica E. Scott, English 

Tania D. Simmons, Accounting 

Charlene A. Speas, Psychology 

Gregory S. Squire, Accounting 

William J. Sykes. Business Administration 

Joseph V. Turner, Electrical Engineering 

Wilma C. WiUie. Early Childhood Education 

LaVerne Wilson, Industrial Technology 

Mary D. Wood, Nursing 



Shelley L. Africa-Floyd, Nursing 

Robert I. Atkinson. Industrial Technology 

Loretta M. Avery, English Education 

Dedric L. Barber, Accounting 

Sandra M. Bales. Business Education 

Dan Bloodworth, H, Industrial Technology 

Joseph M. Blunt, Mechanical Engineering 

Anita F. Bonner, Accounting 

Tony S. Brokenborough, Computer Science 

Samuel T. Brooks. Animal Husbandry 

Lyvette D. Bryant, Cloth. Tex. Fash. Merch. 

Kariton C. Butts, Electrical Engineering 

Manweli LB. Bynum, Industrial Technology 

Jane E. Carpenter, Electrical Engineering 

Alan B. Carroll, Business Administration 

Charles L. Cooper. Jr., industrial Technology 

Vickie R. Corbeit, Business Administration 

Veronica D. Craven, Communications 

Mark R, Cruise, Electrical Engineering 

James W. Davidson, Business Administration 

Kenneth Edwards, Social Work 

Zeid U.D. El-Miqdadi, Agricultural Engineering 

William C. Elmore. Business Administration 

Va-Lencia M. Farmer. Early Childhood Education 

Pamela A. Fleming, Speech & Theatre Arts 



WITH HONORS 

Efram R. Fuller, Electrical Engineering 
Alice Graham, Home Economics Education 
Vince P. Hairston, History Education 
John W, Hodge, English Education 
Donna M. Huien. Electrical Engineering 
Beth E, Jackson, Nursing 
Russell D. Jackson, Electrical Engineering 
Shonda D. Johnson, Psychology 
Adri-Anne D, Jones. Professional English 
Aifreda Justice, Business Administration 
Robert W. Kennedy, Mechanical Engineering 
Vance E. Lanier, Jr., Industrial Technology 
Hoyle E. Lee, Jr., Business Administration 
Kimberiy D. Lloyd, Mechanical Engineering 
MelanieA. Marlin-Richardson, Business Admin, 
Winifred L, Martin, Industrial Engineering 
Brandon S. Maxwell, Industrial Technology 
Anthony V. McNair, Industrial Engineering 
Zavier N. Nichols. Social Work 
Sterling E. Owens, Industrial Technology 
Anthony R. Pass, Business Administration 
Eric L. Pate, Industrial Technology 
Tia J, Penn, Business Administration 
Christopher K. Perry, Business Administration 



David L. Poe, Nursing 

Curtis B. Ponton, Industrial Technology 

Vicki D. Proctor, Accounting 

Carol L. Ramseur. Industrial Engineering 

Curtis A, Randolph, Mechanical Engineering 

Gerard R. Rawls, Accounting 

Craig Rhodes, industrial Technology 

James R. Ricks, Mechanical Engineering 

Davis N. Rogers, Mechanical Engineering 

Greg S. Sauve, Electrical Engineering 

Veronica C. Seymour, Nursing 

Joe L. Simmons, Computer Science 

Paula D. Southerland, Mechanical Engineering 

Cheryl E. Steward, Art 

Derek M. Stewart. Professional Theatre 

Andrea Y. Thornton. Electrical Engineering 

Tanya C. Toshumba. Nursing 

Jacqueline Y. Tyson, Electrical Engineering 

Glenda A. Waddell, Business Administration 

David M. Wainaina, Electrical Engineering 

Fernando L. Wheeler, Business Administration 

Rodney B. White, Industrial Engineering 

Eddie Williams. Jr., Industrial Engineering 

Lisa R. Young, Early Childhood Education 



HONOR STUDENTS 

Cum Laude (With Honor) Graduates with an overall grade point average of 3.00-3.24. These graduates are wearing honor cords 
of gold. 

Magna Cum Laude (With High Honor) Graduates with an overall grade point average of 3.25-3.49. These graduates are wear- 
ing honor cords of blue. 

Summa Cum Laude (With Highest Honor) Graduates with an overall grade point average of 3.50-4.00. These graduates are wear- 
ing gold honor stoles. 



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HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENT 
JOE LOUIS DUDLEY SR. 

From a farm youngster in Eastern North Carolina to one of the nation's most enterprising and successful business entrepreneurs is the story 
of Joe Louis Dudley Sr. 

Dudley is a 1962 graduate of A&T and president of Dudley Products, an international corporation that manufactures and sells cosmetics and 
operates cosmetology schools and salons. 

His 37,500-square feet multi-million dollar manufacturing facility in Greensboro is the largest black-owned plant between Washington, D.C. 
and Atlanta. The firm employs more than 250 persons. 

Just one year ago, Dudley purchased 54 acres of land and buildings to add a cosmetology university to his business empire. He also operates 
cosmetology training centers in Greensboro, Charlotte, N.C., Chicago, and New York. 

Dudley, one of his parents' 1 1 children, grew up on a farm in Aurora in Eastern North Carolina. He worked his way through A&T by working 
on the university farm. After earning his degree, Dudley began selling cosmetics door-to-door for Fuller Products in New York. 

He later returned to Greensboro, and in 1970 founded Dudley's Beauty and Barber Supply, operating mostly out of his home. 

Today, Dudley's firm has sales representatives in 38 stales and several foreign countries. 

Dudley has been much honored nationally as a businessman and as a friend of education. He has made major contributions to Greensboro's 
Dudley High School, A&T State University and the Hayes-Taylor YMCA. 

He IS the husband of Eunice Dudley and the couple has three children, Joe Jr., Ursula and Genea. 



NOTICE OF GRADUATION 

The listing of names of degree candidates on the Commencement Program is not to be considered official evidence that all degree requirements 
have been satisfied. Undergraduate students receive an official notice from the registrar certifying that they have met the requirements for 
graduation. Graduate students receive an official notice of graduation from the dean of the graduate school. 

THE ACADEMIC COSTUME 

The academic costume worn today derived from practices originating in the Middle Ages. When European universities were taking form in the 
12lh and 13th centuries, the scholars were usually clerics as well, and consequently they adopted costumes similar to those of their monastic 
orders. Cold halls and drafty buildings made caps and floor length gowns with attached hoods a necessity for warmth. Probably because of 
the costumes' religious heritage, they remained largely drab until the universities gradually began to pass from the control of the Church, whereupon 
some aspects of the costumes took on brighter hues. Old prints reveal a strong similarity between the regalia worn in early universities and the 
academic costume worn today. 

In light of the nation's strong English heritage, academic costume has been in use in the United States since colonial times. To establish a stan- 
dard of uniformity with regard to the practice, an intercollegiate commission was formed which prepared a code for caps, gowns, and hoods 
which has been adopted by all institutions. Originally round, the shape of the cap is now the more familiar mortarboard square— a shape which 
resembles a scholar's book. Legend has it that the privilege of wearing a cap was the initial right of a freed Roman slave. The flowing gown has 
become symbolic of the democracy of scholarship for it covers any dress which might indicate rank or social strata. The hood not only indicates 
the type of degree, but is lined with the official colors of the University from which the degree was obtained. 



THE GOWN 

BACHELOR— Black, full cut with long pointed sleeves. 

MASTER— Black, long or short sleeves with arc-shaped panel extended for each sleeve. 

DOCTOR— Black, with velvet panels on front of gown and three velvet bars on each sleeve. Color of the velvet may be black or distinctive of 
the field of study. 



THE HOOD 

BACHELOR— Three feet in length with a two-inch wide velvet. 

MASTER— Three and one-half feet in length with a three-inch wide velvet. 

DOCTOR— Four feet in length with a five-inch wide velvet and panel at the sides. 

The lining of the hoods, which is folded out, bears the official colors of the institution from which the degree was received. 

The color of the velvet indicates the field in which the doctoral was granted. 

CAP AND TASSEL 

Candidates for degrees at The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University wear the black mortarboard with a tassel the color 
of which is distinctive of the degree being received. The tassel colors are as follows: 

Pink 
Apricot 
Sage Green 
Silver Gray 
Salmon Pink 
Golden Yellow 
Cream 
Citron 
Bright Red 

The gold tassel is worn frequently by those holding the doctoral degree and by college and university administrative officers. 



Agriculture 


Maize 


Music 


Arts and Letters 


White 


Nursing 


Accounting, Business Administration 




Physical Education 


and Business Education 


Drab 


Speech 


Economics 


Copper 


Public Health 


Education 


Light Blue 


Science 


Engineering 


Orange 


Social Studies 


Fine Arts 


Brown 


Social Work 


Home Economics 


Maroon 


Technology 



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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 

SCHOOL OF AGRICULTLRE 
PRESENTED BY DEAN BURLEIGH C WEBB 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS (AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS) 

Reginald A. McDonald Steven W. Rudd 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE) 

Robin D. Dillingham Paul E. Williams 



Frederick E. Clarida 
Erskine L. Fairley 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

•William B. Heggins Phildra T. Jefferies 

•Tyrone B. Williams 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING) 

•Zeid U. El-Miqdadi 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (ANIMAL SCIENCE) 

David O. Ayinmodu 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (PLANT SCIENCE) 

Mack D. Chavis, Jr 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY (ANIMAL HUSBANDRY) 

Samuel T. Brooks 'Paula E. Faulkner 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOME ECONOMICS WITH MAJOR IN: 
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 

•Sue E. Swanson 



Lyvette D. Bryant 
Tracey L. Foxx 



CLOTHING, TEXTILES, AND FASHION MERCHANDISING 



•Sanchez R. Jackson 
•Marcia J. Tucker 



HarriettaC. Battle 
Regenia M. Campbell 



Vickey O. Armstrong 
•Edward L. Arrington 



DIETETICS 

•Michelle P. Franklin 

HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Alice Graham 



Joyce N. Njoroge 
Courtney Wiley 



Justine Newman 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Kimberly M. Bradsher Chandra D. Williams 



Howard T. Hutchinson 
Albert C. Logan, 111 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
PRESENTED BY DEAN ARTHUR J. HICKS 

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART (DESIGN) 

Tiffany Q. McLaurin 



Michelle I. Newbold 
Cheryl E. Steward 



•Completed Graduation Requirements Fall 1989 
••Completed Graduation Requirements Summer 1989 



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Trac>' L. Adams 
•George L. Brewington 
•Michelle Y. Carroll 

Janet E. Degraffenreid 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CONTINUED) 

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATIONS (BROADCAST NEWS) 

Keith L. DeGraffinreid Paulette Foster 

Timothy R. Douthit Rita D. Scales 

Angela D. Eaddy Jill M. Simpson 



-Harold R. Brown, III 
•Veronica D. Craven 
Mark W. Myrick 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATIONS (BROADCAST PRODUCTIONS) 

Bernadette J. Polux Rachelle L. Summers 



•Valarie D. Stevens 



Reginald G. Tyler 
Tonya L. Washington 



•Kimberly Benbow 
Lisa L. Daye 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATIONS (PRINT JOURNALISM) 

Tara L. Humphrey 
LaVonne D. Mclver 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATIONS (PUBLIC RELATIONS) 

Regina M. Crowder Terrell M. King Michael K. Troutman 



Frieda M. Hall 
Tara L. Humphrey 



Derek T. Booker 
•Adri-Anne D. Jones 



Johneric C. Emehel 



•Joseph R. Burton 
Tascha C. Chalmers 
Yolanda M. Cole 

•Jacqueline A. Cooper 
Forise L. Epps, Jr. 



•Nichelle I. Carter 
Katrina U Foster 
Christy M. Hunter 

•Shonda D. Johnson 



Belinda I. Terry 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENGLISH 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY 

Shannon S. Gibson 



Carol A. Waddell 



Karen V. Parker 
Shermonica E. Scott 



••Richard L. Moore 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 



•Serita C. Evans 

Darren S. Haley 
•Hans D. Lassiter 
•Cassandra T. McDowell 

Ruth L. Morris 



Jamal J. Pete 
•Renee M. Smith 
Felicia D. Summers 
Michael J. Williamson 



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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY 

William A. McNeill Charlene A. Speas 

Pamela Y. Moore *Ivan L. Stroud 

•Teresa W. Opata ••Karen R. Ward 



Cici L. Avery 



Mae D. Booth 
••Pamela A. Fleming 



Paul V. Bigby 
Dauna L. Brown 
Brian K. Edwards 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SOCIOLOGY 

Steven R. Cureton 



Vanessa D. Hammonds 



BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SPEECH AND THEATRE ARTS 



Ila L. Harper 



Monique V. Sims 
Patricia Smith 



BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS IN PROFESSIONAL THEATRE 



Kim L. Murray 
Gina R. Page 
Monica E. Scott 



Derek M. Stewart 
Rosetta M. Stroud 
Robert W. White 



•Completed Graduation Requirements Fall 1989 
••Completed Graduation Requirements Summer 1989 



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Therese Barber 
Kevin M. Bullock 
Tawanna B. Dixon 
Renee D. Gilmore 



Vanessa L. Jacobs 



'Augustus Corbett 
Margaret I. Kanipes 



'Angela D. Alston 
Teresa A. Bel field 
**Tony S. Brokenborough 

Kelly R. Burns 
**Monte A. Carr 
♦Cynthia D. Dunlap 
•Michael W. Ellis 
Marcus A. Goodlett 
•Leona D. Goolsby 
"Tonya M. Hamletl 
Sharon R. Hanley 



•Keith L. Bazemore 



♦Loretta M. Avery 
John W. Hodge 



♦Vince P. Hairston 



Anthony D. Dodson 
•Derrek B. Dunn 



'Wanda H. DeVane 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CONTINUED) 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ART EDUCATION 

Donna S. Jent 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY 

'Judy C. High 
"Vickie D. Howard 
Joseph McQueen, 111 



Kenneth E. Rooks 
Felicia D. Sip.gletary 
Norman R. Sisk 
'Carolyn C. Webb 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY EDUCATION 

Stanley L. Johnson 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY 

Karen E. Kelly-Graves James B. Nolen, Jr. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE 



"Rodney V. Headen 
Robin L. Howard 

"Jeffery L. Ingram 

"James Isaac, III 
Kevin Johnson 

"Edward C. Lawson, Jr. 
Terrylyn E. McNeil 

"Angela M. Manning 
Jeffrey T. Martin 
Dana C. Montgomery 
'Keith J. Parker 



Deena Y. Richey 
Frederick D. Roach 
Kevin R. Roach 
Eugenia L. Robinson 
Joe L. Simmons 
Karla R. Thomas 
John W. Turner, Jr. 
Alan F. Walker 
'Tony A. Whiteside 
Tonya E. Williams 
Konstantinos Zorbas 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

'Alfred H. Muratori 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENGLISH EDUCATION 



Stephanie A. Hunt 
'Brian A. Irving 



Lavonda R. Jackson 
Raeshay A. Jones 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HISTORY EDUCATION 

Rodney H. Wilds 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

Robert B. Monroe 
Chardwick P. Sharp 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 

Andrea Drumgold 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

"Lynn E. Woods 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS 

William E. Pendleton 



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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 






COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CONTLNUED) 






BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK 




Bernard M. Clinkscales 


Terry T. Garrett Keith E. Matthis 




Shelby 0. Cobb 


Michael R. Harris Zavier N. Nichols 




Harold W. Davis, Jr. 


Deirdre M. King Rhonda L. Prillaman 




•Trina L. Dave 


Vicki D Littlejohn Wanda J. Pulliam 




Serafina L. Dowdy 


••Pamela D. Lynn ''Avis U. Rush 




Kenneth Edwards 


•Debra Majelte "Christopher E. Solomon 




"Ella R. Evans 


SCHOOL OF BL'SINESS AND ECONOMICS 
PRESENTED BY DEAN QUIESTER CRAIG 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING 




Chelsea L. Arnold 


Donna M. Johnson Lisa A. Owens 




•Dedric L. Barber 


Joycelyn M. Johnson Jacquelyn J. Patrick 




'•Pamela L. Baucum 


Steven V. Jones Vicki D. Proctor 




Anita F. Bonner 


Joanel B. Kellman ••Gerard R. Rawls 




•Antonio L. Brailey 


•Debra M. Lambson **Tania D. Simmons 




Furney A. Brown 


•Joan C. Lawson Cherrie Y. Speas 




Donna M. Caldwell 


Angela M. Lee Gregory S. Squire 




Michele \. Crawley 


••Acquilla M. Littlejohn ••Theresa L. Summers 




••Adrian B. Davis 


•Howard L. Lucas Marvin R. Vines 


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John I. Dobbins, Jr. 


••Tonya L. Mann ••Kenneth H. Whitlock 


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Beverly R. Eccles 


Leslie T. Marsh LeVander E. Wiggins 




Shirlye C. Grandy 


Rena R. McBride •.■\nita Y. Williams 


; 


Pamela L. Harrigan 


Delinda V. .McCorvey Cynthia A. Williams 


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Constance R. Harris 


•Tammy L. McNeil Travis Williams 


[ 


Bernadine B. Hudson 


•Marcus A. Miles William T Wilson. Ill 


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Robert L. Jackson, Jr. 


Kimberly K. Moore Stephanie 1. Woodland 


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Clifton G. Johnson 


Kyle A. Nutter ••Stephanie R. Yancey 




•Derek A. Johnson 


Sylvia V. O'Neal 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 




•Felicia A. Bolden 


•Bertha M. Lucas '•Kowanna J. Ragland 




••Vanessa A. Caudle 


Gregory W. Moore 'Timothy NL Royster 




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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS (CONTINUED) 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Jonelta Appling 

'Gregory L. Austin 
Leslie H. Bailey, Jr. 

•Anita E. Beatty 
•*FeIicia D. Brown 

■ Roger Brown, Jr. 
**MoniqueC. Bryant 
♦♦Sherri E. Campbell 

*Alan B. Carroll 

Carrington R. Carter 

Barry L. Carver 
"Gary D. Clark 

•Crystal A. Cooper 

Vickie R. Corbett 
••Pamela D.Corbilt 

Jacqueline W. Cross 

••Consuela D. Cutner 

•Michelle A. Daniels 

••James W. Davidson 

Shauna L. Dean 
••Arthur K. Dees 
••ToddD. Dickens 

Irvin C. Dingle 
••Tiffany Y.Ealey 
••Trent H. Edwards 

William C. Elmore 
•Vanessa M. Evans 

Chauncey E. Ford 
•♦Karyn B. Frazier 
••Rashel D. Freeman 

Sharn J. Fuller 

Blondean Funderburk 

Roderick A. Geer 
•Cynthia Green 

Elaine F. Greene 



Sandra M. Bates 
•LisaT. Gardner 



••Regina D. Hairston 

MaurieS. Haith 
••John F Ham 

•Tonya M. Hamiel 

Lisa L. Hamilton 
••Geraldine Hammiel 

•Carlton F. Hardy 

'LeeE. Harrell, Jr. 
••Glenda R. Harrison 

•Wendy Y. Hendon 
••Brenda A. Hester 
••Charles E. Howard 
••Darryl L. Howard 
•Carolyn R. Jackson 

Jamesena C. Jefferson 
•Neil A. Johnson 
•Michelle R. Jones 

Shannon L. Joseph 

Alfreda Justice 

Kenneth W. Lash 
••Rosie M. Leach 
•Kelly E. Leak 

Hoyte E. Lee, Jr. 

Lisa V. Lee 
•Eric G. Legrand 

Jesus Maldonado, Jr. 

MelanieA. Marlin-Richardson 
••Donna M. Marsh 

Howard R. Martin, Jr. 

Angela R. McCullough 

Dwayne V. Mclntyre 

Lori D. McLaughlin 

Herbert L. McNeal, Jr. 

Sharron J. Meadors-Elliott 

Kennon P. Mills 



••Benjamin F Moffiti, Jr. 

George B. Moore 

Derrick L. Muldrow 
••CedricG. Nelson 
••Kecia O'Neal 
•Victor O. Ogunsemowo 

Natasha L Osborne 

Barbara S. Ostler 

Cynthia B. Parker 

Anthony R. Pass 

Tia J. Penn 

Christopher K. Perry 

Angela A. Pleasants 

Carolyn Powell 

Andrea D. Robinson 

Carla M. Robinson 

Francina M. Robinson 
•Randolph A. Robinson, . 

Danielle C. Simmons 

Angela Y. Smith 
•Roberts. Stephenson 

William J. Sykes 
•Sandra L. Talley 

Jean-Pierre Thomas 
•Glenda A. Waddell 
•♦Wanda D. Wall 

Fernando L. Wheeler 

Darryl O.Williams 
••David E. Williams, Jr. 

Jimmy L. Williams, II 

Michelle D. Williams 
••Deborah L. Williamson 

Patricio Wilson 

Wytina B. Wright 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS EDUCATION (BASIC) 



David J. Miller, II 
Adreana R. Smith 



••Patrice B. Thompson 
•Taft B. Turner, 111 



Kerry R. Brown 

•Rolanda Burnett 

•Joanie Douglas 

Chauncey E. Ford 

Daniel W. Ford 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS 

Robert E. Latimer 
Anthony Lindsay 
Derek M. Mapp 
••Walter L. Pegues 



EllenorQ. Rollins 
George K. Sadler 
Burley L. Spinks, Jr. 
Darryl C. Towns 



David Alston 
•Joseph G. Bobbitt 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TRANSPORTATION 



Derrick J. Homesley 
George G. Linney 



•M. Scott Miller 
Andreal E. Robinson 



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•♦Completed Graduation Requirements Summer 1989 



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Elise M. Anderson 

Alyssa B. Beaty 

Phyllis R. Craven 
•Glenda L. Crockett 

Debbie M. DuBose 
'Va-Lencia M. Farmer 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 
PRESENTED BY DEAN ALBERT L. WALKER 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

**Harriet O. George 
Derrion S. Gibbs 
Sabrina Jarrell 
Jacqueline M. Jones 
♦Katrina P. McCullough 



Verhonda M. Matthewson 
**Vickie Pettigrew 

Dunyil Y. Shropshire 

Shirley A. Taylor 
**Wilma C.Willie 



Ardella M. Maione 



*Lisa R. Young 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Charles A. Ricks 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 

Janeen E. Thomas 



SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 
PRESENTED BY DEAN HAROLD L. MARTIN, SR. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Hassan R. Al-Derham 
David C. Freeman, Jr. 



James L. Adams 
Lisa D. Ashby 
Jasmin C. Daniels 
Collins R. Geter 



Cassandra D. Ledbetter 



Leroy Sharpe, Jr. 
Keith M. Smith 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ThomasB. Keefer, 111 
Veda E. Lewis 
Sonji Lucas 



Sharon L. Mitchener 
Carol C. Pitkoff 
Terry M. Sanders 



Emmanuel I. Omile 



Michael C. Allen 

•Marvin P. Alston 

*Joanne E. Baucum 

**Leroy Brown, Jr. 

♦Karlton C. Butts 

Jane E. Carpenter 
•Habib U Chaudhry 

Michael J. Cooke 
•Mark R. Cruise 

Wesley O. Davis 

Khanh C. Do 

Elijah Drew, Jr. 

Roy A. Ezell, Jr. 

Kristopher M. Feaster 

Rita Fontell 

Efram R. Fuller 
••Leonard O. Griffin, Jr. 

Pamela R. Holland 
••Kerwin R. Holmes 
••Donna M. Hulen 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Gerald C. Parker, Jr. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



•Russell D. Jackson 
•Neville L. Jacobs, Jr. 

Charles M. Johnson, Jr 
•Danny T. Jones 

Pamela D. Jordan 
♦Kirk E. Keyes 
••Kent R. Layher 

Willie B. Levett, 111 

Gina L. Loften 

Dwayne A. Lowe 
•John H. Lyon, Jr. 
•Randy McCallum 

Talia M. McCray 

David F. Morrison 
•Jeffrey S. Murrell 
••TrungT. Nguyen 

Paul D. Powell 

Greg M. Pysher 

Johnathan M. Reason 



•Juanita B. Rhodes 
•Gayronza R. Rozier 

Salah G. Saikali 
•Richard Sato 

Greg S. Sauve 

Darryl W. Shipman 
••RochelldaR. Sibert 

Brian B. Sledge 

Kenneth L. Steele 

Charles A. Stigger 
••Thomas L. Stone 
•Tonja J. Thomas 

Andrea Y. Thornton 
•Dana L. Tilley 
•Joseph V. Turner 

Jacqueline Y. Tyson 
•Ronald C. Wade 
•David M. Wainaina 

Don Wellman 



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••Completed Graduation Requirements Summer 1989 



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*Berry L. Carter 
**Andrea M. Currence 
**Yolanda D. Engram 
Cynthia 1. Felton 
Mildred O. Gonzalez 
Douglas L. Good 
Maurice A. Greene 
••Patrice A. Greenwood 



Malcolm D. Bethea 
Joseph M. Blunt 

•Gary E. Collins 
Marvin T. Dixie 
Dinnatia J. Doster 

•Desiree S. Drew 
•♦George W. Hunter, 111 
Cedric J. Johnson 
Eric M. Johnson 

•Robert W. Kennedy 



CAiNDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (CONTINUED) 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

♦Walter Herring, 111 Wayne E. Sharpe 

•Tony A. Lee *Ramona T. Shaw 

Anthony V. McNair Herbert N. Smith 

•Wmifred L. Martin Rodney B. White 

•Eric T. Fatten Rhonda E. Whitled 

•Elle Pierce, Jr. »Eddie Williams, Jr 

♦•Pamela E. Poole 'Eric T Williams 

Carol L. Ramseur Roderick L. Wilson 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



•Alfred K. Leak, Jr. 
•Kimberly D. Lloyd 
•Wanda V. Lynch 
•Malcolm T. Lyon 
•Roslin K. Maddox 
•Cynthia A. Massey 
•Tammy L. Nichols 
•Brians. Oakley 

Jason Peters 

Curtis A. Randolph 



•James R. Ricks 
Jennifer D. Riddick 
Davis N. Rogers 
Paula D. Southerland 

•Dwight V. Squire 
Wanda L. Surgeon 

•Andrea L. Tyler 
Michael D. Walton 

•Anthony E. Watson 
Cynthia M. Worth 



Shelley L. Africa-Floyd 
Alison C. Bingman 

•Peggy L. Cantrell 
Jerry B. Chance 

♦Patsy O.Hubbard 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
PRESENTED BV DEAN BEVERLY MALONE 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING 

Beth E. Jackson 
David L. Poe 
Tonya J. Ryans 
Veronica C. Seymour 



Patricia D. Tadlock 
Tanya C. Toshumba 
Maria Walden 
Mary D. Wood 



Gregory M. Brown 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 
PRESENTED BY DEAN EARL YARBROUGH 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION 

••Herman G. Locklear Percy E. White, Jr. 



BACHEU)R OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (AUTDMOTIVE) 

Timothy Boone ••Eric L. Pate Reginald T Thahede 

•Michael K. Cagle Kegmaia i^ I habede 

D . ^ ^agic Dennis J. Wilcox 

BruceA.Faison lllya H. Wilkerson 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (CONSTRUCTION) 

Stephanie M.Adams •♦Barry R. Cooper ♦Anton C. Martin 



Kent D. Boyer 
Andre D. Byrd 
Lee P. Christian, Jr. 



Bruce L. Cramer 
♦Michelle L. Jackson 



Darryl L. Pope 
Curtis A. Robinson, Jr. 



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••Completed Graduation Requirements Summer 1989 



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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES (CONTINUED) 




SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRONICS) 


♦Hazel Z. Alston 


Geoffrey E. Foster 


Michael A. Moore 


••Derek J. Anderson 


••David R. Franklin 


Sterling E. Owens 


••LeShaun E. Arrington 


••Willette T. Glenn 


••Percy L. Pass, Jr. 


Robert 1. Atkinson 


•James E. Graham 


••Eric L. Pate 


Keyva L. Baskerville 


Gary B. Grantham 


Donald L. Patrick, Jr. 


Kyle 1. Bearden 


Vaughn M. Hall, Jr. 


Theophilus A. Pinson 


AlvisC. Best 


•WillieL. Hampton, III 


Craig Rhodes 


••Rodney L. Blackwell 


•Troy D. Hatcher 


Timothy T. Rice 


Dan Bloodworth, 11 


•Monica A. Hedgepeth 


Cecil L. Robinson 


Derek D. Brandon 


•Steven B. Hines 


Michelle R. Rogan 


'" Cedrika R. Braswell 


James A. Kearse, Jr. 


Ross D. Snow 


Nina E. Bridges 


Ronald E. Lane 


Tonya V. Stallings 


Tony M. Brown 


••Tracy A. Lassiter 


Keith W. Stephenson 


Andre D. Byrd 


Garry W. Lunsford 


••Wanda D.Taylor 


Charles L. Cooper, Jr. 


Gerald M. Lunsford 


••James L. Thornton, 11 


Patrick O. Crump 


Gary R. Mclntyre 


•Reginald D White 


•Derrick L. Curry 


Brian K. McMullen 


Illya H. Wilkerson 


Terrance M. Deck 


Brandon S. Maxwell 


Brian M. Wright 


Bruce A. Faison 


Julius A. Miller, 11 


•Rustoviant L. Wrighten 


Guana E. Ferguson 


Eric M. Mitchell 


Ricardo D. Young 


David W. Forney 







BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (MANUFACTURING) 



•Derek J. Anderson 
Alvis C. Best 
Manweil L. Bynum 
Randall D. Clark 
Stephanie H. Connor 
Reginald L. Cyrus 
•Milton A. Earle 
William E. Garris 

••Dennis J. Glover 
Gary B. Grantham 

••Alvin G. Harris 
Rodney K. Hatton 



Erwin M. Jackson 
••Roberts. Jackson, Jr. 

Elahe Johnson 
••Rickey D Johnson 

Carl F. Jones 
••Walter A. Kennedy, 11 

Vance E. Lanier, Jr. 
••Alexander L. Leach 

•Clifford Lee 
••Cynthia R. Livengood 

Garry W. Lunsford 



Gerald M. Lunsford 
Leonard A. Miller 
Tommy T. Pegram 
Curtis B. Ponton 

••Raymond L. Reddrick 
Haynes C. Robinson, III 
Tony C. Robinson 
Rodney K. Smith 
Reginald T. Thabede 
•Manalo L. Williams 

••Felecia E. Williamson 
LaVerne Wilson 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 

Anthony C. Crowder Robert A. Davis 

Natalie Y. Curry •Henry R. Modlin, III 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SAFETY AND DRIVER EDUCATION 

Willard D. McNair, Jr. Darryl L. Simon 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN V. I. ED. (CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES) 

Monday A. Ekanem 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN V. I. ED. (ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES) 

•Samuel O. Egere Sunday J. Ekoja ••Karen L. Perkins 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN V. I. ED. (MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES) 

MaAruf K. Adamu 'Alhaji B. Kachalla Morrison J. Nagiya 

•Mai A. Jajere Gompyen N. Wambutda 



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MASTER OF ARTS 
ENGLISH AND AFRO— AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Annette Hunter Moore, B.A., Bennett College 19gg 

Denise L. Stephenson, B.A., High Point College I973 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ADULT EDUCATION 

Timothy Lewis Abney, B.S., Lincoln University (Missouri) I979 

Margaret C. Awtrey, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 1983 

Stephen C. Barker, B.S., Appalachian State University 1972 

Sandra Lynn Blackstock, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1983 

Verna Joyce Brown, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1985 

Donna L. Buff, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Asheville 1988 

Barton D. Burpeau, Jr., B.S., Wake Forest University 1972 

Nancy Bennett Davis, B.S., Pfeiffer College I979 

Betty Bennett Evans, B.S., Pfeiffer College |984 

Leslie Garrett-Young, , B.S., North Carolina A. and T State University 1978 

Mae Carter Godette, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1984 

Patrina Rose Hardison, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1978 

Cheryl Kaye Harrison, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1982 

Tracy Dawn Hicks, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1983 

John Willie Home, THB-Avia, Piedmont Bible College 1983 

Balenlhia Hunter, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1974 

Sharon M. Lunsford, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1981 

Jimmy L. McNeill, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1980 

Arimental S. Moseley, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1972 

Paul C. Okafor, B.S., Elizabeth City State University 1983 

Marilynn E. Richardson, B.A., Belhaven College 1970 

Freddie Russell-Fuller, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1976 

Pamela Moseley Spence, B.A., Elon College 1975 

Lonnie R. Swanner, B.S., University of South Carolina 1976 

Julia Smith Vaughn, B.S., Greensboro College 1979 

Barbara Waymer, B.S., Bowie State University 1988 

Jean Perkins Williams, B.S., Pace University 1981 

Mary Catherine Haynes Wise, B.A., Gardner-Webb College 1976 

Roger H. Lowder, B.A., Pfeiffer College 1979 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Marketing 

Monica Lee Gripper, B.A., Wake Forest University I98g 

Kamukenji Katende, B.S., Zaire (UNAZA IFA) 1977 

Alan J. Perkinson, B.S., Illinois State University I975 

Production 

Banaga Abdelmagid, B.S., University of Khartoum-Sudan 1982 

Hamed Haidara, B.S., Panafrican Institute For Development 1981 

Mfinda Nsitu-Baseya, Dr. Vet., Zaire/Lubumbashi 1981 

Emmanuel Omoruyi, B.S., Fort Valley State College 1985 

Rural Development 

Pezo Yi Bamba, Ag.Tr., University of Zaire I978 

Majekodunmi Josiah, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University , , , 1984 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

Azeez O. Abolarin, B.S., North Carolina A. and T State University 1986 

Solomon B. Aiyeru, B.S., Ohio State University I9g5 

Michael F. Awolowo, B.A., Jones College I979 

Gwendolyn G. Clark, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University , , , 1986 

Barnabas B. Coker, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1988 

Daniel Edward Gordon, B.S., North Carolina Slate University 1984 

Glenn A. Ferryman, B.S., North Carolina State University I974 

Harden A. Richards, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1982 

Sharon M. Ross, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro .'. 1980 

Roger H. Teeple, B.S., Tennessee Technological University 1983 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY 

Vibeke Aba Owusuah Odoom, B.S., Meredith College 19g7 

Angela L. Roberts, B.S., Sul Rosss State University 1987 

Joycelyn Summey, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1985 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY 

Majia Y. Amin, B.S., Arts & Science University-Burma I979 

Rita L. Dillard, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1987 

Antonia W. Lamberth. B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1980 

Gloria Ubani-Nwikoro, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1984 

Paulina Y. Reddy. B.S., Osmania University 1985 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Bassem Hassan, M.S., Moscow Civil Institute 1986 

Bae-Woong Kim, B.S., Inha University 1983 

Christopher Onyemem, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1985 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Raed A. Abu Zitar, B.S., University of Jordan 1988 

Richard A. Adeyemi, B.S., Southern University 1985 

Cary E. Burnette, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1987 

Chong Yat Cheong, B.S., Louisiana State University 1986 

Kevin T Echols, B.S., Tuskegee University 1988 

Angela R. Fisher, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1986 

Akbar Kayghobadinia, B.S., Norfolk State University 1984 

Ayyaswami Radhakrishnan, B.S., Annamalai University 1984 

Subrata Sen, B.S., Kanpur I.I.T. (India) I980 

Ashok A. Setty, B.S., Bangalore University I984 

Shojaardalan Shahryar, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1986 

Faramarz Shirvani, B.S., Old Dominion University 1985 

Berdenia P. Walker, B.S., North Carolina A. and f. State University 1987 

Denise B. White, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1987 

Myla J. White-Echols, B.S., Tuskegee University 1988 

Vincent C. Wilburn, B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology 1987 

Tiew Ling Yu, B.S., Oklahoma State University 1987 

Bu-Saba Fadi Yusuf, B.S., American University of Beirut 198g 

Hongyi Zhou, B.S., Shanghai Jiad Tong University 1986 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING 

Maung K. Sein, B.S.. Rangoon .-^rts & Science University 1980 

Leiand K. Williams, B.S., East Carolina University 1982 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

Dya A. Alshawa, B.S., North Carolina .A. and T. State University 1984 

Greta Jane Ferguson, B.S., North Carolina State University 1987 

William S. Fruh, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1988 

Shaykat Ali Khokhar, B.S.. Punjals University I975 

Tulio G. Martinez, B.S.. Honduras National University 1987 

Richard Young Park, B.E., Busan National University I977 

Reshetta E. Roberts, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University ,', iggg 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Hossein B. .Ahmadi, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1980 

Adnan M. Al-Sulaiman, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1983 

Bagher Bagherpour, B.S., North Carolina A. and T State University 1984 

Hadi M. Ershadi, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University ' 1982 

Peter Jameson O. Fay, B.S., Guilford College I97I 

Suresh Krishnaswamy, B.S., Burdwan University 1986 

Jonathan Lambright, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1985 

Hee Jung Lim, B.S., Chung Nam National University I979 

William N. Makanga, B.S., Stevens Institute of Technology 1983 

Dayananda Narasimhaiah, B.S., Bangalore University 1984 

Regenia A. Richardson, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1982 

Jerry Lang, B.S., North Carolina .A. and T. State University 1981 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (CONTINUED) 

Jain Sun, B.S., Shanghai Jiad Tong University igsi 

Carl G. Thurston, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 19g2 

Rajagopalan Venkaty, B.S., R.E.C. Trichy, India 1987 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Vocational Industrial Education 

Alex Gray Bryan, B.S., East Carolina University ]9g3 

Buel S. Combs, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1956 

Joseph O. Igwebiiike, B.S., The University of Nigeria J9g3 

Anyisana John lya, B.S., A.B.U. Zaria iqqi 

Joan Carter McGinnis, B.S., Flora Macdonald College 1961 

Fred Eugene Oakes, B.S., Berea College 19g9 

Jill Wilder Pack, B.S., North Carolina State University 1982 

Frances J. Randolph, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1964 

John T. Rumbold, B.S., East Carolina University j97l 

Cheryl Annette Sowell, B.S., Shaw University 19gg 

Safety and Driver Education 

Barry S. Beck, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1984 

David Buchanan, B. A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ....1969 

Eddie H. Burris, B.S., Appalachian State University 1976 

Ann Louise Clark, B.A., Catawba College 1976 

Albert E. Garner, HI, B.S., Auburn University I9g0 

Charles C. Green, B.S., James Madison University 1930 

Ray Hadley Johnson, B.S., North Carolina State University 1972 

Edward E. Klinck, Jr., B.A., Lenoir Rhyne College 1973 

Vanessa Richardson, B.S., East Carolina University 1988 

Robert Duke Setliff, B.S., Appalachian State University 1975 

Cherrie Speagle, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1979 

Clyde E. Tysinger, Jr., B.A., Elon College 1972 

Woodrow A. Wall, Jr., B.A., Elon College , 1981 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

Herman Matthew Burney, Jr., B.S., St. Augustine's College 1985 

Bassam F Homsi, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1986 

Nader Nassim-Sobhan, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1986 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCE 

Abasiofiok Ibekwe, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1983 

Abdolmajid Ronaghi, B.S., Ahwaz University I979 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 

Administration 

Joseph Don Barrett, B.A., Elon College ]972 

Deborah F. Blanton, B.S., Appalachian State University 1972 

Daniel Ray Bowman, B.A., High Point College 1976 

Jimmy Dean Boyles, B.S., High Point College 1976 

Patricia Lynn Briggs, B.S., Elon College 1979 

Jacqueline G. Burney, B.S. Appalachian State University 1974 

Janet Gates, B.S. Appalachian State University I975 

Nancy Ann Cerezo, B.A., University of Florida 1976 

Mary B. Chastain, B.S., Central Wesleyan College 1968 

Rhoda P. Davis, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro . . 1978 

Percy Degraffenreid, B.S., North Carolina A. and T State University 197! 

Cheryl F. Delagrange, B.A., The University of Akron 1970 

Vernon T. Farrington, B.S., Appalachian State University 1979 

Barbara Kelly Glenn, B.S., Atlantic Christian College 1969 

Robert N. Habershaw, Jr., B.A., Cheyney State College 1972 

Michael Thomas Harden, B.S., Elon College 1977 

Alfred Henderson, Jr., B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1977 

Chiemeka Iheanacho, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1986 

Ronald H. Jessup, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1972 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION 
Administration (Continued) 

Hazel Joyner-Smith, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1971 

James D. Kimball, B.S., North Carolina Central University 196g 

Alice Marie B. LeCompte, B.A., Greensboro College 1963 

Linda Lopienski, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1978 

Edvsin Earl McDonald, B.A., Wake Forest University 1977 

Troy Wayne McReynolds, B.S., East Tennessee State University 1971 

George D. Macklin, B.S., Winston-Salem State University - I975 

Audrey T. Mew^orn, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1969 

Sheryl Diane Morrison, B.S-, Appalachian State University I979 

Rebecca C. Newsom, B.S., Appalachian State University 1976 

Jeffrey H. Parris, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1980 

Vickie L. Pressley, B.S., Morgan State University I974 

Alice Lance Pmman, B.S., Appalachian State University 1970 

David F. Reid, B.S., Appalachian State University 1969 

Nvvabueze Remmy, B.A., High Point College 1984 

Arnold Solomon, B.A., Stale University of New York 1982 

Torrey S. Tellefsen, B.S., Gardner-Webb College 1984 

Sandra L. Torrence, B.S., Appalachian State University 1968 

Daphne E. Wall, B.S., .'\ppalachian State University 1983 

Elizabeth P. White, B.S., Bennett College 1970 

David Lee Wilkie, B.S., Greensboro College 1976 

John A. Williams, Jr., B.S., Appalachian State University I974 

Johnny B. Williams, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University I979 

Robin W. Williams, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1980 

Supervision 

Shirley Hargrove Pierce, B.S., East Carolina University I957 

Sheila T. Robinson, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University I975 

Art 

Lav^'son L. Butler, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1983 

James Vern Dawkins, B.A., Winston-Salem State University I979 

Wilbur Mapp, B.A., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1978 

Biology 

Celestine Murray, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University I979 

Listervelt S. Winfree, Jr., B.S., Saint Augustine's College 1972 

Chemistry 

JohnT. Perkins, 111, B.S., North Carolina A. and T State University 1986 

Early Childhood Education 

Gertrude L. Brunson, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1966 

Brenda Ewing Goldston, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1971 

Elyw.anda H. Jackson, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1979 

Mildred B. Liles, B.S,, North Carolina A. and T. State University 1984 

Carla R. D. Manuel, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1980 

Rita Bryant Preston, B.S., Greensboro College 1976 

Gladys White Scott, B.A., Winthrop College 1973 

Shirley W. White, B.S.. Winston-Salem State University 1962 

Audrey W. Young, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1977 

Intermediate Education 

Elizabeth N. Evans, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1985 

Wanda L. Faircloth, B.S., Appalachian State University 1969 

Barbara H. Griffin, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1964 

Ruth M. Hopkins, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1979 

Dollye K. Mack, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1964 

Gwendolyn T. Monroe, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1980 

Frances H. Sharpe, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1972 



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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION (CONTINUED) 
Educational Media 

Pamela Smith Kanpy, A.B., High Point College I975 

Lovie C. Mitchell, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1970 

Sheila Renee Tobin, B.S., Western Carolina University 1980 

English 

Janice Barber, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Charlotte 1977 

Linda P. Frazier, B.S., Appalachian State University 1972 

Annie B. Leach Moye, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1968 

Rene Hilton Yow, B.A., High Point College I979 

Guidance — Agency Counseling 

Cynthia Daniels, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1977 

Lisa W. Hendren, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1979 

Virginia Faye Kincaid, B.S., North Carolina Central University 1983 

Glendolyn J. Pope, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1977 

Zetia B. Scales, B.A., North Carolina Central University 1982 

Torrcy S. Tellefsen, B.S., Gardner-Webb College 1984 

Guidance — Counselor Education 

Margaret C. Bailey, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1970 

Johanna E. Bridges, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1986 

Tula J. Crumpton, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1977 

Gegirtha A. Williamson, B.S., Morgan State University 1976 

Tracey M. Jarman, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1983 

Lydia W. Johnson, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1977 

Mary S. Lynch, B. A., University of Alabama 1967 

Jacqueline R. Mason, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1971 

Julia Newman Pitts, B.S., Union University 1964 

Janet B. Rakestraw, B.A., North Carolina State University 1978 

Guidance — Human Resource Counseling 

Alexander Flemings, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1975 

Vibeka B. Hicks, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1987 

Melanee W. Mills, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1980 

Wanda R. Mitchell. B.A., North Carolina Central University 1986 

Gail S. Ricks, B.S., North Carolina A. and T. State University 

Health and Physical Education 

Kirk Dean Chandler, B.S., Elon College 1982 

John L. Clark, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1973 

Gayle P. Currie, B.S., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1974 

David M. Giitshall, B.A., Fairmont State College 1972 

Joli D. Robinson, B.S., Winston-Salem State University 1977 

Jerry Wayne Shepherd, B.S., Guilford College 1988 

Thomas H. Waddell, B.S., North Carolina A. and T State University 1973 

History 

Linda Case-Reynolds, B.A., High Point College 1969 

Christine Brown Price, B.S., Elizabeth City State University ' 1975 

Lafayette Reddick, B.A., St. Augustine's College 1966 

Linda D. Williamson, B.A., Winston-Salem State University 1974 

Mathematics 

Noman A. Fowz, B.S., University of Sanaa (Yemen Arab Republic) 1981 

Carolyn G. Galloway, B.A., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1976 

Diana B. Schuck, B.S., Appalachian State University 1968 

Edwin D. Self, B.S., North Carolina State University 1967 

Reading 

Hannah R. Free, B.A., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1970 

Alice Marie B. LeCompte, B.A., Greensboro College 1963 

Avery Kalvin Simmons, B.A., North Carolina A. and T. State University 1974 

Girlia B, Stevens, B.A., Claflin College 1956 

Linda Bell Talbert, B.S., North Carolina Central University 1970 

Social Science 

Gail Lee Elliott, B.A., Elon College I960 

Jonathan M. Miller, B.S., Campbell University 1986 

Shane Alan Swaim, B.S., Wingate College 1987 

Torrey S. Tellefsen. B S., Gardner-Webb College 1984 



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CANDIDATES COMMISSIONED AS SECOND LIEUTENANTS 
IN THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 

CADETS COMMISSIONED JULY 3, 1989 

*ROLANDA BURNETT, Navigator, USAF 

/RICHARD P. HARTSOG, Pilot, USAF 

ROBERT S. JACKSON, JR., Manpower Management Officer, USAF 

CADETS COMMISSIONED AUGUST 16, 1989 

TRENT H. EDWARDS, Accounting & Finance Officer USAF 
KIMBERLY GIBSON TURNER, Information Management Officer, USAF 

CADETS COMMISSIONED DECEMBER 19, 1989 

WANDA V. LYNCH, Civil Engineering Officer USAF 
TONY A. WHITESIDE, Pilot, USAF 

CADETS COMMISSIONED MAY 5, 1990 

'ROGER L. BROWN, Civil Engineering Officer, USAF 

//KURT R. GUYER, Missile Launch Officer, USAF 
VDAVID B. LOGAN, II, Missile Launch Officer, USAF 
GARRY W. LUNSFORD, Missile Launch Officer, USAF 

♦REGINALD A. McDONALD, Field Unassigned 

BYRON R. WALSTON, Missile Launch Otficer, USAF 

RICARDO D. YOUNG, Field Unassigned 



'Distinguished Military Graduate 

/Cross-Enrolled with University of North Carolina at Greensboro 
//Cross-Enrolled with High Point College 



CANDIDATES COMMISSIONED AS SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY 

UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE APPOINTMENT AND BRANCH 

CADETS COMMISSIONED MAY 20, 1989 

/I^n^p '^ °A mScdc^^k; ^",'f°" ''JEAN R. CHAUSSE, Infantry 

/LUKE A. ANDERSON, Military Intelligence /ANTHONY B. HANDY, Medical Service 

CADETS COMMISSIONED AUGUST 16, 1989 

•JAMES W. DAVIDSON, Medical Service ALBERT C. LOGAN, III Armor 

KEITH J. PARKER, Field Artillery 

CADET COMMISSIONED SEPTEMBER 25, 1989 

/HOWARD COE, Branch Unassigned 

CADETS COMMISSIONED DECEMBER 13, 1989 

/DARRIN L. EATON, Field Artillery /THOMAS E. HEYDEN, Infantry 

/ANTONIO D ROPER, Armor 

CADETS COMMISSIONED DECEMBER 19, 1989 

ANGELA D. ALSTON, Quartermaster 

STFVFN R H.NP<: 1 f , SAMMIE L. THURMON. Branch Unassigned 

rITtH A SIMPSON A '^ r FERNANDO L. WHEELER, Quartermaster Corps 

RUTH A. SIMPSON, Army Nurse Corps MANALO L. WILLIAMS, Armor 

CADET COMMISSIONED JANUARY 10, 1990 

PAULA S. WARREN, Branch Unassigned 



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CADETS COMMISSIONED MAY S. 1990 

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CADET COMMISSIONED AUGUST 25, 1989 

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RECOGNtTIONS AND AWARDS 



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MARKETING uiihihc liiel»M'.tholi»iiL-3\erdpi- 

Claim; GrcciiL- Burbijiii 

The Cables ision of Ciiwii'iboro Scholarship AHaril — uncinoanouisiandingscnioi 
hifh nholaiiit afhicicnn;iil and pronii« in ihc I'ommun'Caiions field. 
Irma Moore 



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I jVonds JAf liMin 
TtiL- College ol Aru and VicnvcA Honon. Procrani gradiiiilev for NSi 
Slcnin R Cufeton 
Kennel h Edward* 
Michael R. Harm 

r^ornmn R. S»k 

Dr. M.ibclMavleDiilardSc!iolfl(thip for lumorandiciiiorEnulMi major, will be fl**(dcdtofihtl9tt')-W4tJtl 
MithcItN Bfnncii larmeC. Horion 



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Ratthay A, Jonei 
Willimn Pendlcion 



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The Ann P. Giaiei Mtmonal Si.-hol«rvliip in biology rcttigni^-, acudemit i-\,,cllcn,.t LUtiallv prunn-d dinini: ihe in 
oturrdcrgradiiaie iAOikjheS500a%vflrd may Iwrm-iicdflu-iondtinK-lbvihc some suiaciiilitihcic,.ipicni\jthitxcini;nir 
compciiii>cly high. 

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ThttallrmiSiholarsI 



The Ladies Faculty Club Scholarship, North Carolina A&T State University winner for 1990 is: 

Najiyyah N. Muqtasid 



The MARC Honors Program's 1990 graduates and their areas of study are: 
Therese Barber Tawanna Dixon 

Biology Biology 

Jerald M. Marteena Scholarship Grant recipient for 1990: 

Jeffrey B. Roberts 

The Ron E, McNair Scholarship recipients are: 
Deidra Cheeks 



Margaret Kanipes 
Chemistry 



Collins Geter 



The Merrick Award recipient for 1990 is: 



to be announced 



The Namaskar Associates Award for excellence in scholarship professional and leadership presented annually to a graduating 
senior engineering student. The award, comprising $1000 cash and agold medal, is presented by the Namaskar Foundation under 
the auspices of the School of Engineering Industry Advisory Group. 

Rita Ethel Fontell 

Namaskar Associates Award — Nominees receive $100 cash and a commemorative plaque. 
James L. Adams Charlene Graham 

David C. Freeman, Jr. Wanda L. Surgeon 

The Florence Nightingale Award given by the Auxiliary of Greensboro Medical Society to a promising junior student in the 
School of Nursing. 

Charia Marie Bailey 

The W. C. Parker Outstanding Communication Student Award given to a communication major in recognition of his numerous 
accomplishments in his field of study. 



Vickie Alston 



Lloyd Dillard 



The Donald Gerard Pierce Scholarship Award — for a Mechanical Engineering student maintaining academic excellence and 
high moral standards. The full scholarship, presented annually to a North Carolina resident, was established by the late 
Donald G. Pierce, an outstanding 1971 mechanical engineering graduate, in recognition of his performance as a student and 
numerous accomplishments following his graduation. 

Erica D. Smith 

The Henry Revell, Jr. Agricultural Scholarship recipient is: 

Calvin L. Everett 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated of Delta Sigma Sigma Chapter 1989-90 recipients of $500 scholarship: 
Patrice Holt Veronica Holt Shatan Jeffries 



A&T REGISTER AWARDS 

Loreno Marrow Memorial Award of Dedication — for exceptional, competent workmanship to the A&T Register. 
David Pickens 

Cub Award — for Excellence in Writing. 

Angelecia Simmons 



Lawrence Sherrod 



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Robin Alston 
Audrey Barbour 
David Bishop 
Venina Carr 
Corey Cartwright 
Yolanda Davis 
Freida Hall 



Cerdficates of Recognition 

India Holland 
Michelle Howerton 
Joanne Jackson 
Terrell King 
Dante McMurren 
Betsy Peoples 



Shermonica Scott 
Eric Short 
Keith Spraggins 
Michael Troutman 
Amanda Williams 
Edward Wilson 



Outstanding Service Award — for outstanding service to the A&T Register. 

Jini Davis 

The Betram E. Walls Professional Scholarship - is given to a biology major who has demonstrated outstanding scholarship 
character and leadership abilities. The recipient of the scholarship is: scnoidrsnip, 

Maria N. Graham 
.nIl«H "''r W- Williams Memorial Award - is given to a student in Manufacturing Technology based on good character 

Leslie A. Fairley 

The John Williams Scholarship Award in Architectural Engineering is given each semester to a junior or senior who exemplifies 
academic achievement in architectural engineering. The recipients of the scholarship for the academic year 1989-WaT 
David C. Freeman Crystal C. Taylor 






Religious Activities Awards for 1989-90 are as follows: 

Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding Service in the Fellowship Gospel Choir 

Derek Booker Harriet Hardin 

Lee Christian Howard Hutchinson 



Michelle Crawley 
Reuben Crummy 



Cynthia Williams 



Calvin Jackson 
Charlotte Ward 



Meritorious Service Award for Distinguished Service in Religious Activities 



Dana Adams 
Norman Armstrong 
Leisa Beasley 
Patricia Griffitz 
Pamela Holland 



LaVerne Wilson 



Jerome Irby 
James Nolen Jr. 
MoniqueSims 
Francine Southall 
Derrick Virgil 



Honorable Mention for Meritorious Service in Religious Activities 

Dolores Carter Charles Pittman 

Sonjy Davis Benjamin Pratt 

Irvin C. Dingle Charlene Speas 

Karen Williamson 



THE NATIONAL ALUMNI SCHOLARS 



The North Carolina A&T State U 
national alumni scholars enrolled at 

James L. Adams 
Matthew C. Barnhill 
Tommy Brooks 
Eva Brown 
Nanwell Bynum 
Deidra Cheeks 
Deirdre A. Chernomas 
Kelly D. Diggs 
Kimberly M. Ellis 
Herman F. Flowers 
Monica O. Foust 
Collins R. Geter 
Raphael D. Jones 
Lisa A. Owens 
Leslie E. Simmons 
Alicia P. Smith 
Florence Washington 
Cynthia Williams 



niversity National Alumni Sc 
the University. The scholars, 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 



holar program started the fall of 1982. Today there are 18 
their classifications and majors are listed below: 

Electrical Engineering 
Political Science 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Industrial Technology 
Chemical Engineering 
Political Science 
Architectural Engineering 
Accounting 
Electrical Engineering 
Economics 

Chemical Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Accounting 
Industrial Engineering 
Chemical Engineering 
Accounting 
Accounting 



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ALPHA DELTA MU SOCIAL WORK HONOR SOCIETY 



Bernard Clinkscales 
Kenneth Edwards 



Terry Garrett 
Michael Harris 



Zavier Nichols 



ALPHA TAU ALPHA AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION HONOR FRATERNITY 



Solomon Babatunde Aiyeru 
Frederick K. Clarida 



Phildra T. Jefferies 
Ernest R. Melton 



Tyrone B. Williams 
BETA ALPHA PSI NATIONAL ACCOUNTING FRATERNITY - ZETA SIGMA CHAPTER 




John Alexander Jr. 
Chelsea Arnold 
Kimberly Clark 
Ivy Cobia 
Michele Crawley 
Kimberly Ellis 
Carla Gordon 
Carmen Gordon 
Pamela Harrigan 



Constance Harris 
Steven Jones 
Joanel Kellman 
Angela Lee 
Veronica Lynch 
Delinda McCorvey 
Pamela Martin 
Lisa Owens 
Tammy Parker 



Kimberly Pitt 
Gregory Squire 
Dwight Thompson 
Marvin Vines 
Gretchen Warner 
David Wilkerson 
Joy Wilkerson 
Cynthia Williams 
Rhonda Woodruff 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA (NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIETY) 

Seniors 
David A. Brewster 
Sherri N. Broadnax 
Beverly R. Eccles 
Lisa L. Hamilton 




Jocelyn M. Johnson 
Shannon L. Joseph 
Kyle A. Nutter 
Anthony R. Pass 
Fernando L. Wheeler 



Juniors 



Donald F. Barnes 
Stacy M. Brown 
Bowman K. Burton 
Kimberly M. Ellis 
Carla L. Gordon 
Carmen D. Gordon 
Veronica L. Lynch 



Pamela M. Martin 
Tammy Y. Parker 
Paula Y. Peterkin 
Jothany D. Sharpe 
Kim Smith 
David L. Wilkerson 
Joy L. Wilkerson 
Rhonda D. Woodruff 








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Agricultural Education 




Aminur Chowdhury 

Manufacturing & 

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Dr. John Foster 
Electrical Engineering 




Dr. Deborah Callaway 

Health, Physical Education 

& Recreation 




Dr. William Craft 
Mechanical Engineering 




Dr. Meada Gibbs 
Business Education & 
Administrative Services 




Dr. Henry Cameron 
Education Policy & Leadership 




Dr. Walter Dukes 

Construction, Management 

& Safety 




Dr. Carl Henderson 
Foreign Languages 




Dr. Shoou-Yuh Chang 
Civil Engineering 




Dr. Samuel Dunn 
Plant Science & Technology 




Dr. Paul Hester 
Curriculum & Instruction 




Dr. Leroy F. Holmes, Jr. 
Art 




Dr. George Johnson 
Animal Science 




Dr. Wendell P. Jones 

Mathematics & 

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Dr. Mark Kiel 
Accounting 



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Dr. Franklin King 
Chemical Engineering 




Dr. Peter Meyers 
History 




LTC Louie Rivers 
Army ROTC PMS 




Dr. Michael Simmons 
Economics 



Dr. Sarah Kirk 
Sociology & Social Work 




Dr. Eui Park 
Industrial Engineering 




Dr. Richard Robbins 
Agricultural Economics 




Dr. Amarjit Singh 
Political Science 



Dr. Wyatt Kirk 

Human Development 

& Services 




Dr. Robert Pyle 
Technology Education 




Dr. Peter Rojeski 
Architectural Engineering 




Dr. Roy Smith 
Psychology 




Dr. Harold Mazyck 
Home Economics 




Dr. Russell Rankin 

Electronics & 

Computer Technology 




Dr. Novella Ross 
Business Administration 




Dr. Mary Moore-Tuggle 

Speech, Communications, 

& Theatre Arts 



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Dr. Clifford Watkins 
Music 








LTC Walter L. Watson 
Air Force ROTC PMS 



Dr. Joseph Whittaker 
Biolog>' 




Dr. Elvira Williams 
Physics 





Dr. Jimmy L. Williams 
English 



Dr. Alex Williamson 
Chemistry 



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LTC. WALTER L. WATSON, JR. 
DIRECTOR 




ADMINISTRATION 

PROFESSOR 

LTC. WALTER L. WATSON, JR. 

CAPTAINS 
Samuel L. Bates 
Anthony C. Midgett 
Ricky T. Valentine 

SSGT. A.B. Cook 
SSGT. Kevin W. Carston 



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DEPARTMENT OF 
MILITARY SCIENCE 

LTC. LOUIE RIVERS, JR. 
DIRECTOR 



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ADMINISTRATION 



PROFESSOR 

LTC. LOUIE RIVERS, JR. 

MAJORS 

Robert Haynes 

Laurie Brasher 

CAPTAINS 

Issac Bacoat 

Lester Coleman 

Elbert Hutchinson 

Norma Krueger 

Mark Lanev 



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COMMISSIONING PROGRAM 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND 
TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 

PROGRAM 

Welcome Major Isaac E. Bacoat 

Invocation Dr. Norman Handy 

Introduction Of Speaker LTC Louie Rivers, Jr. 

Commissioning Address LTC(P) Chauncey F. 

Crenshaw 

Oath Of Office Explanation Major Laurie V. Brasher 

CPT Norma J. Krueger 

Commissionees Announced Major Isaac E. Bacoat 

Oath Of Office LTC Louie Rivers, Jr. 

Presentation Of Certificates Dr. Edward J. Hayes 

LTC Louie Rivers, Jr. 

Remarks Dr. Edward J. Hayes 

Closing Remarks Dr. Edward B. Fort 

Reception Student Union 

THE ARMY ROTC 
GREENSBORO, N.C. 



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COMMISSIONING 




Candidates To Be Commissioned: 
Eric J. Algood. Aviation; Lisa A. Dillard, Military Intelligence; Michelle A. Parker, Military Intelligence; Dwight S.T. Walker, Aviation; Ivory Ward, Infantry 



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The Planning process for Centennial activities started more 
than two years ago when Chancellor Edward B. Fort appointed a 
30-member Centennial Committee. Dr. Albert Spruill serves as Co- 
chairperson of the Committee. The first planned calendar was gen- 
erated through the efforts of Virginia McKee. Rubye Jones, Lessie 
Fort, Margaret Falkener, Dorothy Bailev, and Richard Moore. 




In 1990, Dorothy Copeland, the University's Community 
Relations Director, coordinated much of the planning 
process, assisted by Dorothy Bailey, Director of Student 
Activities. This section is dedicated to the many 
administrators who contributed to the successful completion 
of programs. Some names can not go unnoticed; they are: 
Lennie Beamon, Maxine Davis, Paula Jeffries, Mary Barbee, 
Douglas Boone, Sullivan Welborne, David Miller; student, 
and University Police Administration. Others will follow in 
picture after presentation of the OPENING CENTENNIAL 
PROGRAM . . . 



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Greater Greensboro 



(includes Browns Summit. Julian, Monticello. 

Oak Ridge. Osceola. Stokesdale and Summertield) 

listings for High Point. Liberty and Randleman. 



January 1991-92 



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t5^ com/Ttemxyrationy o^t/i& On& ^litnc^recAA/ 



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Chancellor Edward B. Fort 
Presiding 

PRELUDE 

ACADEMIC PROCESSION 

POSTING OF COLORS 

"LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING" ^^^.^^^^ 

'^^OC^T'O^ Reverend Geo M. McCoy 

Chaplain Emeritus 
N. C. A&T State University 

CHORAL RESPONSE University Choir 

THE OCCASION AND WELCOME Edward B. Fort 

Chancellor 

SPECIAL TRIBUTE t lu . cu 

Talbot Shaw 

President 

Shaw University 

ANTHEM: "Let The Redeem Of The Lord Say Thanks" Combined Music Ensembles 

(Marvin Curtis, Composer) C. Everett Powell, Conductor 

INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Charles Bussey 

Chairman, Board of Trustees 

ADDRESS , . „ c , , „ . , 

John E. Jacob, President 

National Urban League 

MUSICAL SELECTION University Concert Band 

Soloist: Judith Howie 
Associate Professor of Music 



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UNVEILING OF THE GREENSBORO TELEPHONE BOOK COVER 

J. S. Belk 

District Manager 

Southern Bell Telephone Company 

James K. Polk 

Special Assistant to the Governor 

State of North Carolina 

Samuel Poole 

Chairman of Board of Governors 

University of North Carolina 

C. D. Spangler 

President 

University of North Carolina System 

Mrs. Elizabeth Randolph 
Past Chairman, Board of Trustees 

Charles E. Hess 

Assistant Secretary of Agriculture 

U.S. Department of Agriculture 

James A. Graham 
Commissioner of Agriculture, North Carolina Department of Agriculture 

Victor Nussbaum 
Mayor, City of Greensboro 

Clarence E. Knight 
President, National Alumni Association 

Mrs. Pamela Hunter, Chairman 
Faculty Senate 

Ponce DeLeon Tidwell, Jr. 
President, Student Government Association 



MUSICAL SELECTION. 

ALMA MATER 
BENEDICTION 



.University Concert Band 
Johnny Hodge, Director 



RECESSIONAL 

(Audience remains seated until 

Platform Guests have departed stage) 



Reverend J. Herbert Nelson, II 

Minister, St. lames Presbyterian Church 



Director of University Choir - C. Everett Powell 

Director of University Gospel Choir - Ron Jones 

Director of University Concert Band - Johnny Hodge 



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^A& ^Imaer^it^ o^J/ohA (jaro/cnay 



^aartl a/'S'c 



(H/emor^ 



Samuel H. Poole 


Qha'nman 


Roderick D. Adams 


John R. Jordan, Jr. 


Irwin Belk 


Betty R. McCain 


Louis C. Britt 


Reginald F. McCoy 


Philip G. Carson 


Martha F. McNair 


Wayne A. Corpening 


Samuel Neill 


J. Earl Danieley 


Ellen S. Newbold 


Walter R, Davis 


Maxine H. O'Kelley 


William A. Dees, Jr. 


Travis Porter 


Charles D. Evans 


J. Aaron Prevost 


Charles D. Flack, Jr. 


Louis T. Randolph 


John A. Garwood 


Maceo A. Sloan 


R. Phillip Haire 


Asa T. Spaulding, Jr. 


ames E. Holshouser, Jr. 


Priscilla Taylor 


Wallace N. Hyde 


Joseph E. Thomas 


Joy J. Johnson 


Gus H. Tulloss 


Robert L. Jones 


Harold H. Webb 


William A. Johnson 


Ruth Dail Wood 



.A^iricu/taral and ^ecAmc^ 9/na/ersitay 



Charles D. Bussey 
Chairman 



Thurmon Deloney 

Thomas Elijah 

Marion "Rex" Harris 

Roy H. Harris 

Richard D. Levy 

Suni G. Miller 



McArthur Newell 

Elizabeth Randolph 

Dennis J. Rash 

Larry Sitton 

Alexander Spears, Mi 

Ponce DeLeon Tidwell, Jr. 



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(In Order of Service) 

W. H. Pace- 1891-1892 
E. P. Wharton - 1892-1895 

E. E. Gray - 1895 

T. B. Keogh - 1895-1898 

A. M. Scales - 1898-1904 

J. I. Foust - 1904-1907 

M. C. S. Noble - 1907-1943 

Charles A. Mines - 1943-1961 

Robert H. Frazier - 1961-1969 

John S. Stewart - 1969-1976 

Otis E. Tillman (Interim) - 1976-1977 

Lacy H. Caple - 1977-1983 

McArthur Newell - 1983-1985 

William C. Parker - 1985-1987 

Elizabeth S. Randolph - 1987-1989 

Charles D. Bussey - 1989-Present 



Slresi€^ent&/(DAance//ar^ 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 

(In Order of Service) 



Dates 

1892-1896 
1896-1925 
1925-1955 
1955-1960 
1960-1964 
1964-1980 
1980-1981 
1981 -Present 



Leaders 

John O. Crosby 
James B. Dudley 
Ferdinand D. Bluford 
Warmoth T. Gibbs 
Samuel D. Proctor 
Lewis C. Dowdy 
Cleon F. Thompson, Jr. 
Edward B. Fort 



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O^cer^ o^ .A.c^?tim&tratl(>n/ 



Edward B. Fort 
Chancellor 



Edward J. Hayes 
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 



Charles C. Mclntyre 
Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance 



Norman W. Handy 

Vice Chancellor for 

Development and University Relations 



Sullivan A. Welborne, Jr. 
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 






Dorothy J. Alston 

Special Assistant to the Chancellor for 

Administrative Affairs 



Benjamin E. Rawlins 

Special Assistant to the Chancellor for 

Legal Affairs 




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Pamela I. Hunter 
Chairperson 



Ronnie Bailey 
Vice Chairperson 

Shirley L. Hall 
Secretary 



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Ponce DeLeon Tidwell, Jr. 
Pres/denf 



Matthew Barnhill, Jr. 

V/ce President of External 

Affairs 

Howard K. Sanders 

Vice President of External 

Affairs 

Robin M. Campbell 
Secretary 



Nathaniel E. Powe. Jr. 
Treasurer 



Tony B. Watlington 
Attorney General 



Sharron K. Jenkins 

Miss A&T 



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(jeri/^nmal ^l^annm^ ^ammcttee^ 



Virginia D. McKee 
Chairperson 

Dorothy Copeland 
Executive Director 

Dorothy I. Bailey 
Associate Executive Director 



Lessie Fort 
Special Events 

Richard Moore 
Public Information 

J. W. R. Grandy 
Decorations 



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ADMINISTRATORS AND 

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Dr Sandra Alexander 
Mr. James Armstrong 
Mrs Dorothy ! Bailey 
Mr LenDie Be^mon 
Mr John Smith 
Mrs. Linda Bowhng 
Dr. Janice Brewington 
Mr, Ralph Brown 



Dr Sampson Buie 
Mrs. Katherine Burckley 
Mr James Collins 
Mrs Dorothy Copeiand 
Mrs Lillian Couch 
Mr. Joseph Daughtry 
Mrs. Alberta Dalton 
Mrs, Dolores Davis 



Mrs. Maiine Davis 

Dr. Ray Da\is 

Dr Robert Da^is 

Mrs. Vy\-ien Brewington ■ Ford 

Mrs Evelyn Gales 

Mr Ronald Gales 

Dr Milton Glisson 

Dr Daniel Godfrey 



Mrs. Doris Graham 
Mrs. Loretha Graves 
Dr Vallie Guthne 
Dr Dorothy J Harris 
Mr Scott P Hummel 
Mr Andre James 
Mrs Paula Jeffnes 
Dr, Lillie King 



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Mrs. Dorothy LaFlore 
Mr, Harold Lanier 
Dr Josephine C. Luck 
Mrs. Sharon Lunsford 
Mrs. Sharon Martin 
Mrs Lavonne Matthews 
Mrs. Mary Mims 
Mr. Charles Mooney 



Dr Richard Moore 
Mr Willie Mooring 
Dr. Kenneth Murray 
Dr Charles Panton 
Mrs. Norma Pennix 
Dr Danny Pogue 
Dr Ralph Ross 
Dr Barbara L. Saunders 



Dr. Lonnie Sharpe 
Mrs. Christine Shelton 
Mr. Jonah Smith 
Dr Ronald 0, Smith 
Dr Jewel Stewart 
Dr Ethel F Taylor 
Mrs. Shirley Turner 
Mr Robert Ussery 



Mr. Leon Warren 
Mr Marvin Watkins 
Dr. Charles WilLams 
Mr. Charlie Williams 
Chief J. Williams 
Mr Edward Willis 
Dr Robert Wilson 
Mrs. Alene C Young 



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Dr. Sandra Alexander, Director 

Freshmen Advisement and Learning Assistance 

Center 

Mr. James Armstrong, Director 
Upward Bound 

Mrs. Dorotliy I. Bailey 
Director, Student Activities 

Mr. Lennie Beamon 
Director, Physical Plant 

Mr. John Smith 

Acting Director, Admissions 

Mrs. Linda Bowling 

Director, Student Health Center 

Dr. Janice Brewington 

Assistant Dean, School of Nursing 

Mr. Ralph Brown 
Director, Intramural Sports 

Dr. Sampson Buie 
Director, Alumni Affairs 

Mrs. Katherine Burckley 
Reporting - Director 

Mr. James Collins 
University Treasurer 

Mrs. Dorothy Copeland 
Director. Community Relations 

Mrs. Lillian Couch 
Director, Personnel Services 

Mr. Joseph Daughtry. Director 
Police Administration 

Mrs. Alberta Dalton 
Director, Staff Development 

Mrs. Dolores Davis, Director 
Financial Aid 

Mrs. Maxine Davis 

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Business and Finance 

Dr. Ray Davis 

Technology - Assistant Dean 

Dr. Robert Davis, Director 
Institutional Assessment 

Mrs. Vyvien Brewington-Ford 

Director, Enhanced Skills Training Program 

Mrs. Evelyn Gales 

Acting Director, Purchasing 

Mr. Ronald Gales 



University Engineer 

Dr. Milton Glisson, Director 
Transportation Institute 

Dr. Daniel Godfrey, Director 
Agricultural Extension 

Mrs, Doris Graham 
Registrar 

Mrs. Loretha Graves 

Assistant Director Cooperative Education 

Dr. Vallie Guthrie, Director 
GAMSEC 

Dr. Dorothy J. Harris 

Dean of Student Development 

Mr. Scott P. Hummel, Director 
Accounting 

Mr. Andre James, Director 
Auxiliary Services 

Mrs. Paula Jeffries 

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Business & Finance 

Dr. Lillie King 

Assistant Vice Chancellor For Development and 

University Relations 

Mrs. Dorothy LaFlore 
Coordinator STDP 

Col. Harold Lanier 

Director, Cooperative Education 

Dr. Josephine Luck 

Director, Quality Assurance Program 

Mrs. Sharon Lunsford, Director 
Telecommunications 

Mrs. Sharon Martin, Director 
International Student Affairs 

Mrs. Lavonne Matthews 
Director, Contracts & Grants 

Mrs. Mary Mims 
Internal Auditor 

Mr. Charles Mooney, Director 
Sports Information 

Dr. Richard Moore 

Assistant Vice Chancellor University Relations 

Mr. Willie Mooring, Director 
Computer Center 

Dr. Kenneth Murray 

Associate Dean, School of Engineering 



Dr. Charles Panton 

Associate Dean Agricultural Research 

Mrs. Norma Pennix, Director 

Veterans and Handicapped Student Affairs 

Dr. Danny Pogue 

Assistant Dean, School of Economics 

Dr. Ralph Ross 

Assistant Dean of Student Development 

Dr. Barbara L. Saunders, Director 
Student Teaching and Internship 

Dr. Lonnie Sharpe 

Assistant Dean School of Engineering 

Mrs. Christine Shelton 

Risk Management & Safety Officer 

Mr. Jonah Smith, Director 
Budget 

Dr. Ronald 0. Smith 

Assistant Vice Chancellor & Director of Summer 

School 

Dr. Jewel Stewart. Director 
Institutional Research & Planning 

Dr. Ethel F. Taylor 

Assistant Dean College of Arts and Sciences 

Mrs. Shirley Turner 

Enrollment Management Coordinator 

Mr. Robert LTssery 

Coordinator, University Planning 

Mr. Leon Warren, Director 

Career Planning & Placement Center 

Mr. Marvin Watkins, Director 
Research Administration 

Dr. Charles Williams 

Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 

Mr. Charlie Williams, Director 
Special Services 

Mr. J. 0. Williams 

Chief of Police Administration 

Mr. Edward Willis, Director 
Memorial Union 

Dr. Robert Wilson, Director 
Counseling Center 

Mrs. Alene C, Young, Director 
Library Services 



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PRESIDENT 

KIMBERLY D. YOUNG 
VICE PRESIDENT 

KIMYA D. NANCE 
SECRETARY 

MELVA D. PEED 
TREASURER 

KATRIEL TRIPP 
MISS FRESHMAN 




The Freshman class, or the Freshman student, is an ex- 
citing subject to discuss anytime. From the beginning of ac- 
ceptance at A&T, we have been touched, at some point or 
another by concerns about subject matters, Hving condi- 
tions, identity and it's role in our personality development. 
It's been a long, hard year, but we feel good. Hats off to eve- 
rybody for doing a great job and most of all, our experiences 
proved magnificent progress reports and personal satisfac- 
tion. It is challenging and rewarding to see our university 
celebrate 100 years of excellence. 



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Patrice Brown 

Tim Brown 

Anita Bryant 



Shea Burns 

Arketa Byrd 

Carlotta Chambers 

Charles CHfton 



Denise Cole 

Leverne Conner 

Cherie Cooley 

Kerwin Cromartie 



Fonda Daughtry 

Roger Dickens 

Robert Duckworth 

Greg Edwards 



Kim Ellis 

Sonya Evans 

Valerie Evans 

Jack Everson 



James Fernanders 

Lamar Fernanders 

Katrina Fisher 

Erica Floyd 




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Angela Furd 
Fred Fountain 
Rosalyn Frazier 
Lynetla Fulp 



\ Dawn Gaines 
Terressa Cause 
Tajana George 
Rolonda Goodman 



Nicole Grainger 
Jacquelyn Griffin 
Melissa Haithcox 
William Halsev 



Cathy Hamer 
Leslie Hardy 
'John Harris 
Renee' Harris 



Tia Harris 
Daynna High 
Shonda Houge 
Chris Holtzclaw 



Shonda Hoover 
^ Derrick Howell 
Rodney Howard 
Carmen Jackson 






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Jermaine Jeter 

Robby Jones 

Tonya Jones 

Nicole Kennedy 



Michael King 

Gwenita Lee 

Travis Lucas 

Dan McGill 



Laquisha McMiiler 

Tiffany McMillan 

Anthony Martin 

Rhonda Mayo 



Tandi Mazo 

H. S. Minis 

Kimya Nance 

Angela Pace 



Jarren Parker 
Miriam Parker 
Thomas Parks 
Roxanna Parra 



Tameka Paschal 

Melva Peed 

Terra Pike 

Darrell Ponder 




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John Ponder 
Garrett Rhames 
Shawnda Riddick 
Jeff Robinson 



Quenton Rodgers 
Vershawn Rogers 
Tammie Rorie 
Tina Russell 



Corie Shackleford 
Cateena Smith 
Swannelle Smith 
Derrick Southerland 



Phyllis Spencer 
LaShonda Stanley 
Cecelia Steward 
Kolosa Surgeon 



Michael Talbert 
Helen Thomas 
Tammi Thompkins 
Tommv Totten 



LaShonda TroUinger 
Shylla Trotter 
Charles T\Tier 
Dana V aides 



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Dornycya Walder 

Crystal Walker 

Kim Walters 



Kim Washington 

Cari Watterman 

Erika Watson 

Wamarra Weddle 




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ON A 
BIRTHDAY 
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TALENT 
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Freshman Orientation was a huge success. 
Freshmen were well informed and this made all as- 
pects of orientation easier. We were able to plan 
and implement an enjoyable Talent Show. 



Students Attend Talent Show in Harrison Auditoriun 




Don't be late for class since you all are riding! 




Celebration . . . 



THE CHALLENGE! 



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1977 - The University dedicated a Solid State Electronics 
Laboratory in Electrical Engineering through the Science Cen- 
ter at Rockwell International at approximately $400,000. 

1979 - School of Business and Economics was accredited. 

1980 - Dr. Cleon F. Thompson, Jr. became the Seventh 
Chancellor. 



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1982 - The Inaugural Convocation was held for Dr. Edward 
B. Fort as the Eighth Chancellor. Dr. William C. Friday, Presi- 
dent of the University of North Carolina Presided. Dr. Dorothy 
P. Harnett served as Chairperson and Lt. Col. Monroe Fuller 
and Virginia McKee, Co-Chaired. Yearbooks from 1982 to pres- 
ent along with other documents of the University have captured 
some of the people, some of the facility changes, and some of 
the events. 




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Dr. Katie Dorsett is a former Professor. Her 
gentle smile and pleasing personality are accepted 
by all. Since her retirement, she is called back for 
special conferences and other programs. Her 
achievement RATINGS are second to none. She 
has continued her good work in the community. 



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STUDENT LIFE 








RICHARD GORDON, 1990-91 
SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT 







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excellency. Our demonstration of 
alertness to certain social need, edu- 
cational pursuits, and physical de- 
velopmental adjustments have made 
others aware and a great deal of com- 
petency has been a valuable tool. 

Many events met the require- 
ments with both individual and or- 
ganization participation, which led 
to cooperative thinking, planning, 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 



OFFICERS 

Richard Gordon President 

Theron McConneyhead Vice President 

Stephania Mason Secretary 

Donna M. Price Treasurer 

Joanne Larue Moody Miss Sophomore 



decisions, action and appraisal 
that brought success, satisfac- 
tion and growth. As we cele- 
brate our yearlong CENTEN- 
NIAL CELEBRATION, we 
expect many alumni and 
friends to return "HOME" for 
reunions with classmates and 
enjoyment of other planned 
events. 



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LIFE 




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Pamela Askew 
Kelvin Atwater 
Lois A. Bailey 




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Stacy Boseman 

Bennie Brewington 

Gia Broadnax 

Chris Brooks 



Rosaline Brooks 

Beverly Brown 

Dionne Brown 

Brian Burton 



Angela Butler 

Kia Butler 

Rhonda Byers 

Melinda Cardweil 



Machelle Cato 

Lemuel Chance 

Shawn Cole 

Michelle Cooper 



Karla Cox 

Monique Crowson 

Christy Dawson 

Phillip Deans 



Rhonda Debnam 

Yolanda Dial 

Katherine Dickens 

Valencia Donnell 















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Tara Dunnigan 
Gary English 
Tongeia Everette 



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Felicia Faulcon 
Lamont Fearrington 
Deron Ford 






Tanya Fulton 
Shonda Garrison 
Reinald Gilchrist 
Maruska Gooding 




Katrice Goodrum 
Sabrina Gurley 
Teresa Hailey 
Veronita Hargraves 



Daryl Harrington 
LaRita Harris 
Mark Harrison 
Tramell Harper 



Rosetta Hart 
Nicole Headen 
Colson Holt 
Maurice Hood 



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Darryl Horton 

Angela Ireland 

April Jackson 

Chris Johnson 



Damon Johnson 

LaToya Jones 

Stacey Jones 

Angela Kearney 



Darlene Koonce 

Lisa Lane 

Abram Lang, Jr. 

Martin Langston 



Benita Lee 

Cherie Lipscomb 

Roosevelt Long 

Joi Lownes 



Tammy McClure 

Silkie McNeil 

Deandre McPheron 

Devin Melvin 



Michael Menefree 

Lakithia Miles 

Keith Minter 

Joanee Moody 




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Dorrell Morrison 
Wanda Neal 
Okoro Richmond 
Fernanda Perrv 




Jarmaine Posey 
Jimmy Powell 
Kim Presley 
Laril\"n Reid 



Brenda Richardson 
Charles Robinson 
Charnita Robinson 
Lisa Roland 



Vangela Rouse 
Dornisha Scott 
LaTeesha Scott 
Corev Sexton 



Kim Sheffey 
Cheryl Simmons 
Marella Simpson 
Myra Stanley 



Kim Stroud 
Rachel Taylor 
Janice Terry 
Squire Thomas 



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Leslie Tuckes 

Alicia Tyson 

Alondra Wallace 







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LAVONNE D. WEBSTER 
PRESIDENT 

ANTHONY WRIGHT 
VICE PRESIDENT 

ERICA DONETTE SMITH 
SECRETARY 

MICHELLE MOORE 
TREASURER 

PAMELA N. ASKEW 
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY A&T! In this age of constricting budgets, the area was called upon to offer some 
form of justification for our existence. In the capacity of dealing with student activities, we became acutely 
aware of the validity on justification as it pertains to our student programs. Fundamental change has occurred 
at an accelerated rate. As a result of the surging up-sweep in numbers of student involvement, it became neces- 
sary to request larger facilities and equipment. In reassessing the situation and responsibilities within, the 
area of students and their activities ... we have maintained the flexibility of outlook, attitude, and behavior 
that is absolutely necessary to work effectively with the dynamic student scene of the 1990's; and making way 
for "A SECOND CENTURY." 



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Der>'I Alexander 

Alonzo Alston 
Maurice Alston 
Donald Armstrong 




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Kimberly Breedlove 

Erica Bridgess 

Kenya Brown 

Fredericka Bryant 



Zanda P. Bryant 

Raquel Casey 

Lisa Chandler 

Christopher Cobb 



Bruce Cozart 

Illya Daniels 

Shanda Daniels 

Dez Davis 



Karen S. Dixon 

Raquel Edwards 

Yoianda Fisher 

Timothy Ford 



Twain M. Foxx 

Jessica Garrett 

Carla Gibbs 

Rodney Gilmore 



Yoianda Graddy 

Beverly J. Grate 

Connie Gray 

Kevin M. Gray 




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Felica Hall 
Cheryl Headen 
Kimberly Hawkins 
Leslie J. Hawkins 



Cassandra Heilig 
Cruzita Henr>- 
Amaris Hill 
George Hipps 



Alysa Holland 
Glenda Home 
Pamela Howell 
Demetris Jenkins 



Dhara Johnson 
p Katrice Johnson 
[ Zaneta Jones 
1 Jacqueline Jordan 



Andre" Kenan 
Dora Kendall 
Afrique Kilimanjaro 
CaJv^in King. Jr. 



Krishna Lathaw 
Karon LawTence 
James Ledbetter 
Audress Lewis, Jr. 



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Nyleve Lillard 

Dexter Little 

Vickie Livingston 

Carlyn Lyons 



Jimmy Lyons 

Alonzo Martin 

Alplionso McClendon 

Theron IVIcConnyhead 



Cledra McCuller 

Annissie McCullough 

Ural McKnight 

Rod McLean 



Shannon Miller 

Mary Mills 

Gerard Morrison 

Cecily Nash 



Ruth Palmer 

Charissa Peppers 

Holly Poole 

Robert Powell 



Sherman Reed 

Lamont Robinson 

Janice Rogers 

Sabrina Russell 




108 




Sandy Sanders 
■ Lakendra Shaffers 
i Kiley Sharpe 
Kenneth Shelley 



Lawrence Sherrod 
Eric Short 

Angelicia P. Simmons 
Patrick Simmons 



" Alicia Smith 
Dolly Smith 
Erin Smith 
Tara Smith 



Theodore Smith. Jr. 
Vincent D. Smith 
William Staples 
'^ Michael Stevens 



Roderick Tate 
Natasha Taylor 
Darius Telfaire 
Pamela Threadgil! 



Jenine Todd 
Carol Trevathan 
Keisha Walker 
Staci Walton 



109 






LaVonne Webster 

Pamula White 

Letitia White 

Keisha Williams 



Robin Williams 

Andrea Lynn Woodruff 

James Wood 

Anthony Worley 




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STUDENTS AND THEIR ACTIVITIES 





The student activity is a complex of many things. There are clubs, fraternities, sororities, councils, committees, boards, teams, sports 
of all kinds, purposes, goals, policies, and many more elements. For these reasons, we seek to make use of every occasion of policy making 
to enlist the best thought and merge the liveliest interests of all who make up student activities. WE PLEDGE OUR ALLEGIANCE 
TO OUR ALMA MATER AS WE MOVE INTO "A SECOND CENTURY." HAPPY BIRTHDAY A&T, WITH AGGIE SPIRIT AND 
PRIDE! 




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DERREK BRYSON 
PRESIDENT 




L-R CHERYL D. MOOTY, MISS SENIOR; ANDREA T. THOMPSON, SECRETARY; TAMMY EVETTE RICE, 
TREASURER; MAYA H. BROWN. VICE PRESIDENT 



113 



A&T 100 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE 



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Posloria Aguirre 

John Alexander, Jr. 

Marcus Alford 

Eric Algood 

Deidre L. Allen 



Robin Alston 

Kimberly Anderson 

Theodore Anderson 

Vickie Anderson 



Travis Andrews 

Cedric Anthony 

Devonne Anthony 

Timothy D. Archer 

April D, Armstrong 



Norman R. Armstrong 

Charlina Arrington 

Anthony Artis 

Charles Artis 

Tammy M. Artis 



Kim Attucks 

Frank Bailey 

Kurt Baldwin 

Bryan K. Ballard 

Daren Bannerman 



Adam Barbee 

Pamela Barber 

Troy Lamont Barbour 

Melaine Barco 

Donald F. Barnes 



Victoria Bartell 

Eric Battle 

Robert Belton 

Michele Bennett 

Marissa Benton 



114 Seniors 




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Laura Bigelow 
Derek Biggs 
Cheryl Blagmon 
Terrance Body 
Antonio Bolden 



Waiter Bond. Jr. 
Tracey Booth 
Leon Bostick 
Sandra Bowen 
Melvin Boyd 



Wiliiam Boyd 
Melissa Bracken 
Linda Bradley 
Lisa Branch 
Cinque Brathwaite 



David Brewster 
Sharlynda Britton 
Jesse Broadnax 
Joanne Brockenberry 
Verneice Bromell 



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Monica Brooks 
Behnda Brown 
Charlene Brown 
Fredrick Brown 
Kristal Brown 



Maya Brown 
Melody Brown 
Rodney Brown 
Sara Brown 
Stacy Brown 



Terrea Brown 
V'alerie Brown 
Rodney Brunson 
Christopher Bryant 
DeJuanna Bryant 



Seniors 115 



A SUCCESSFUL PAST 



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Lamont Bryant 

Derrek Brys<in 

Velma Buie 

Roderick Buncht- 

Nancy E. Burgess 



Jocolyn Burks 

Steven Burnettt- 

Kenneth B. Burton, ]l 

Deborah Bush 

Claytonia Butler 



Leshe Byrd 

Tanya Bynum 

Yacca Bynum 

Deborah Cam 

Adrienne Campbell 



Darrin B. Campbell 

Ixchel Campbell 

Robin M. Campbell 

Elaine Carr 

Venina Carr 



Kimberly Carrington 

Lisa Carter 

Tracey Carter 

Robert Carter, Jr. 

Cheryl Casper-Sellers 



Lisa R. Chance 

Brenda L. Chandler 

Dimeterice Chandler 

Deidra Cheeks 

Ivry Cheeks 



Kimberly A. Clark 

Kevin Claxton 

Regina Claxton 

Maria L. Clay 

William H. Clayton. II 



116 Seniors 





Kim Clear 
Ivy Cobia 
Delvert Cole 
Jesse Coleman 
Pamela R. Comer 



Renee Conner 
Ylvonne Conner 
Dwayne Cook 
Tracey Corbett 



Jacqua Corry 
Regina L. Courts 
Darryl Craig 
Helena Creamer 



Parrish Crosby 
Reuben 0. Crummy 
Erika Curry 
Stephania Curry 
Felisha Daniel 



Carl Davis 
Carla Davis 
U"Etta L. Davis 
•'oseph Davis 
Roderick Davis 



Yolande Davis 
Marvin Dawson 
Dons Dave 
Valerie DeBrew 
Kerri Dickerson 



Norris Dillahunt. Jr. 

Cedric Dobson 
Courtney H. Dockery 
Felicia H. Donnell 



Seniors 117 



A PROMISING FUTURE 



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Ralph Dowt 

Cheryl Dudlev 

Randall E. Dunn 

Jacques DuIh 

Joyce Dunham 



Cassandra Durham 

Tony Durham 

John Edmonds 

Shawn Edmonds 

Brian Edmonson 



Cheryl Edwards 

Veronica Edwards 

Marv Ellerbee 

Janelle Ellis 

Kim Ellis 



Lori Ellis 

Patrice L. Ellis 

Kim Erwin 

Omar P. Evans 

Teresa Evans 



Vivian Evans 

Rhonda Ewing 

Mary Ann Farmer 





Julie Farrington 

Jammie Ferguson 

Shewanda Ferguson 


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Herman Flowers 

Therman Flowers 

Carol Floyd 

Grenita Foster 

Angela Frazier 




118 Seniors 




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Camille Frazier 
Herbert Freeman 
Malcolm Fuller 
Marvin Gaines 



Tonya Gardin 
Jeannie Gardner 
Alvin Geiger 
Todi George 
Latrenda George 



Christian Ghee 
Monica Gidney 
Reginald Gillis 
LaJaunya Glenn 
Deborah Goddard 



Shannon Goines 
Dion Golatt 
Caria Gordon 
Carmen Gordon 
Fvrone Gorham 



Robert Graham 
Katrma Grange 
Eric Grant 
Tammye Greene 
Mark Gregory 



Lewis Griffm. J 
Monik Griffm 
Stephen Griffin 
Torre Gwyn 
Markus Hager 



Alphonso Hall 
Gia Hien Hall 
Monica Hall 
Linwood Halsen 
Brendan Hargett 



Seniors 119 



INTERPRETERS FOR THE FUTURE 



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Rodney Harptr 

Steven Harptr 

Portia Harrington 

Trenna Harrington 

Dexter Harris 



Avonzo HarrisoTi 

Nikkule Harrison 

Tracie N. Hawkin.s 

Troy Hawkins 

Keith Haves 



Norman Hayes 

Floretta Hedgepeth 

James Henderson 

Shelby S. Henderson 

Anthony Henry 



David Hil 
Deborah Hoi 
Marinda Hi 
Gary HiUiard 

Carla Hinton 



Johnnie Hinton 

Dawn Hockadav 

Teresa D. Ho( 

Ronda Ho 

Tisha Hollomon 



James Holloway 
Tracy Hoiloway 

Karen Holmes 
Beverly Hooker 

Ashley Hoover 



Nichelle Hopson 

Nicole H(.)pson 

Michelle Howerton 

Avery Hugehes 

Keith Hunt 



120 Seniors 





Antonio D. Hunter 
Calvin A. Jacksun 
Deirdre Jacksun 
Jeffrey Jackson 
Sonva M. James 



Sheila Jarmon 
Elmer Jefferies, Jr. 
Eric C. Jeffries 
Angus B. Jenkens, II 
Shawn Jeter 



April Jones 
Ivan Jones 
Ken E. Jones, Jr. 
Kim Jones 
Renee Jones 



Tracie Jones 
Aaron Johnson 
Acquinetta Johnson 
Pamela L. Johnson 
Sharon Y. Johnson 






Freda Jordan 
Willie Lee Kea 
June Kearney 
Maurice Keith 
LaTunya Kelly 



Monique S. Kemp 
Robin Key 
Pamela Lamb 
Marcel Lane 
Sharon P. Lanev 



Kambromlyn Lang 
Monica Langham 
Christopher Lawhorne 
Clyde 0. Lea. II 
Michael Leathers 



Seniors 121 



ENHANCING AGGIE SPIRIT AND PRIDE 



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Renard Lee 

Tonja Lee 

Valerie Lee 

Duane D. Lewi> 

Lenure Lewis 



Sabrina Lewis 

Susan M. Lindsay 

Caprice Lloyd 

Dianne Lovelace 

Trade Lowe 



Rhonda Lucas 

Veronica Lynch 

Antoinette Mack 

John R. Mack 



Fatima Makenta 
Andrew Makeneie 

Kenneth Martin 

Pamela Martin 

Shandra P. Mason 



Melodie Mathis 
Allen Matthews 
Dean Matthews 
Daniel E, Mauldin 
Arnold Mazvck 



Norris McAdoo 

Chris McCarrolI 

Yolanda McCauley 

Pamela McCov 



Charissa McCullers 

Jonetta McCullough 

Glenn E. McDonald 

Mary McFadden 

Derrick McGuire 



122 Seniors 





Tamara Mclntyre 
Algernon McKenzie 
Lazon D. McKoy 
Tonya McKoy 
James W. McKoy, III 



Yvette McKuy 
Larry McMillan. .Jr. 
'ieorge McNeill 
Brian McPherson 
Christopher E. Miller 



Jerome S. Miller, III 
Kjet A. Mkpong 
Kathy Moore 
liarzette Moody 
Si.nja Mooney 



Viearia K. Moore 
Cheryl Denise Mooty 
Brian Moue 
Tammy S. Moye 



Deborah Mover 
Robert A. Mullen 
Robyn Murphy 
Kim Murray 
Allen Murreli 



Rodney S. Myers 
Kenneth Ndoma 
Michelle Neely 
Katey NeeQuaye 
Hope Nichols 



Karen Norwood 
Nicole Offord 
Michelle A. Parker 
Sherry Parker 
Tammy Parker 



Seniors 123 



ACCOMMODATING THE DIVERSE CONTRIBUTIONS 



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Arthur Parks, III 

Tianitia Parrish 

Shana V. Patrick 

Amanda Patterson 

Renee R. Pau 



Jesse Peacock. Jr. 

Roxane Pearsali 

Michelle Peele 

Perhaps Penn 

Apryl Perkins 



Monica Perkins 

Michelle Perry 

Paula Peterkm 

Felicia Phair 

Deirdre Phiter 



Shawn D. Pierct 

Shawn Pinner 

Kimberly N. PiK 

Joseph Pittman 

Karen Porter 



Marcus Poteal 

Nathaniel Powf 

Darius Pratt 

Mathlon Pulliam 

Angela Ramsey 



Barry Ray 
Wanda Reed 
Tessye Rhut 
Tammy Ricf 



Rodney Richardson 

Dawne T. Roberson 

Cenita F. Robinson 

Cheri Robinson 



124 Seniors 








' Iregory Robinson 
lames Robinson 
Vicki Robinson 
Jean D. Rogers 
Andrea Ross 



Elizabeth Ross 
Tyrone Ross 
Andre L. Rowe 
Scott G. Russell 
Wanda Russell 



S(jnja Russom 
Lavonnya Sanders 
Charles Sanya 

Reiko Scales 



I'iseph Scott 
l.aurietta Scott 
Mark Seawright 
I'amela R. Sellers 
Sabrina Settle 



Douglas Sessoms 
Angela Setzer 
Johnathan E. Shannon 
Jothany D. Sharpe 
Jeffrey Shears 



Sheritha Shivers 
Lawrence Simmons 
Tonji Simmons 
Darrell Simpson 
Terrance Simpson 



Eric T. Sinclair 
Kimberly Sledge 
Betty Smith 
Charlene Smith 
Craig Smith 



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Kim Smith 

Kristi Smoot 

Lamont Smith 

Patricia J. Smith 



Vincent Snipes 

Francine Southall 

Suraya Spencer 

Walter Spencer 

Benito A. Springer 



Emma Stallings 

Celestine Stanton 

Lisa Stigger 

Michael C. Strangt- 

Kim Strayhorn 



Larry Sum 

Stefanie Surgeon 

Andrea Sydnor 

Floyd Sykes 

Derrick Taylor 



Kim Taylnr 

Rodney Taylor 

Roger Tavernier 



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Juan Tillman 

Antoinette Totten 

Donnie Totten 

Billy F. Thomas, Jr 

Tecia Thomas 



Terence Thomas 

Vanda Thomas 

Andrea Thompson 

Aretha Thompson 



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Philmina Thompson 
Teresa Thompson 
Renee Thorpe 
i.'onnle Trafton 
LaShawn Turner 



Ennn Tyson 
Haven Umstead 
Tracey L nderdue 
Tracy J- Uzzell 



Angelyn D. Vanderbilt 
Darren Vanderhall 
Gilbrina F- Walker 
Angela Wallace 
Charlotte Ward-Baker 



Gretchen Warner 
Teresa Washing:ton 
Marvin Walton 
Jacquelyn D. Watson 
Lerov L. Watson 



Ronald M. Webb 
^lolanda Webb 
William Webster 
Kim Welch 
Audrey White 



Cassandra White 
■Johnny White 
Warren White 
Keith Wiggins 
Towanda W'iggins 



Crystal Wilkerson 
Joy L. Wilkerson 
Sabrina Wimbush 
Amanda Williams 
Fulton Williams. Jr. 



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Herman Williams 

Hope Williams 

Lennetta Williams 

Shakur Williams 

Sherel! Williams 



Sylvia Williams 

Tori Williams 

Trihut L. Williamsiin 

Vanessa Williamson 

William M. Wills 



Curtis Wilson 

Derek N. Wilson 

Glenn C. Wilson 

Greg Wilson 

Daryl Witherspoon 



Donna Wood 

Timothy Woodard 

Rhonda Woodruff 

Erika Woods 

Emmanuel Woke 



Felicia WorrieK 
Pamela Woolen 

Tracy Worth 
Yolanda Wrighl 

Anna Youn^,' 



Jonnita Youny 



Kim Zackerv 



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STUDENT LIFE 



Dr. Patricia Russell-McCloud has a 
message that will keep vou awake! 
EXTRA . . . EXTRA ' . . READ 
ALL ABOUT IT! 





L>Tin Woodruff served as Master of Ceremony for the program. 



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A&T - IT'S STUDENTS AND HISTORY 




The University takes pride in itself for the type and quality 
of graduates it produces. It offers you an opportunity to prepare 
yourself well for the future by developing high intellectual and cul- 
tural interest, by becoming an intelligent and well informed citizen 
with a deep sense of obligation to your community and by learning 
to earn a living in a socially worthwhile occupation in a socially use- 
ful manner. 



THE A. AND T. COMMUNITY IDEA 

Here at A. and T. efforts are made to meet today's demands 
on and challenges to institutions of higher education. A. and T. is 
especially aware of the challenge for higher education to produce 
men and women with trained intelligence and strength of character 
who will be prepared to assume especially demanding and heavy 
responsibilities in a changing society. In its effort to meet this chal- 
lenge, it strives, through all members of its community, to accom- 
plish common tasks and common goals and through clear under- 
standings and by mutual assumption of particular duties and re- 
sponsibilities. 



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In tribute to the four A&T students, Ezell Blair. Jr. (Jibreel Khazan) . 
Joseph McNeil. Franklin McCain and David Richmond, who conceived 
and carried out the lunch counter sit-in of February 1. 1960. in Greensboro, 
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WE PAUSE ... IN MEMORY OF DAVID RICHMOND WHO EXPIRED IN 1990. 



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The University has responsibility for 
the promotion of desirable social conditions 
essential to mature, responsible living, and 
it seeks to fulfill these responsibilities in a va- 
riety of ways. Through orientation activities 
and student-faculty action, it encourages 
and promotes organized student life. Indi- 
vidual and group counseling are made avail- 
able to students through the Counseling 
Center, faculty advisers and the deans' of- 
fices. If, however, conduct of students may 
require disciplinary action, the University 
has established official channels for disci- 
plinary remedies. 

Students at the University have certain 
rights and responsibilities. Included in the 
responsibilities is an awareness of the stan- 
dards of appropriate behavior. The Univer- 
sity expects each student to exercise self-dis- 
cipline which will enhance the individual's 
educational experience and the total learn- 
ing environment of the University. 



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Abdul -Salaam, ScoU V 

313 Apt i E MA 

Greensboro, NC 

Art Design 

Aguirre. Podtoria A. 

30.1 C- 1 Edwards 

Greensboro, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Abmadi, Hassan Baba 

Post Office Boi 14008 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Aikens, Jill 

269 Elwood Avenue 

Hempstead, NV 

Accuunting 

Al-KJielaifi, Waleed Y 

43;i9-H Hewitl Slreel 

GreenaborL.. NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Al-Mulla, Vousil Akari 

M-C Agpen Drive 

Greenaboru, NC 

Architectural Engineering 

Al-Sheeb, Mohamed Ali 

5515 West Markel Slreel 

Greensboro, NC 

Architetiural Engineering 

Alexander, Jr , John 

209-K Wind Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Accounting 
Allord, Marcus H 

1114 Benbow Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Transportation 

Alford. Renee 

817 Wheeler Street 

Greenaboro. NC 

Nursing 

Alford. Sonya L. 

2200 West Cornwall Street 

Greensboro. NC 

Nursing 

Algood, Erie Joseph 

3908 Hyson Place 

Raleigh. NC 

Industrial Technology iManufl 

Allen, Barron J 

SOT Cambridge Slreel 

Greensboro, NC 

Undecided 

Allen, Brvan D 

236 Girard Avenue 

North Hills, PA 

Electrical Engineering 

Allen, Dearea L 

220 West Branch Avenue 

Pine Hill. NJ 

Mechanical Engineering 

Allen, Harold Gene 

Piwi Office Box 26446 

Charlotte, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Allen, Connie Louise 

Post Office Boi 3955 

Greensboro, NC 

Undecided 

Alston, Bryan K. 

16-D Aspen Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Alston, Heddie 

Rt 4 Box 314 

Warrenton, NC 

Speech & Theater Education 

Alston, Robin B 

7 lUano Ct 



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(Public Relation 

Anderson. Theodore 

2440 South Holden Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (ManuD 

Anderson. Vickie Kay 

1814A GaiewiKKj 

Greensboro, NC 



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Greensboro, NC 
English I Professional! 
Andraos, Kalim A 
2501 Randleman Kosd 
Greensbor... NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Andrews, .Ir , Robert 
Post Office Box 2609 
Greensboro, NC 
History (Professional) 
Andrews, R..leshfl D 
5107 Shadvbluff 
Durham, NC 
Eafly Childho-Kl Eiducali 
Andrews, Travis D 
Post Office Box .'.1 
Parmele, NC 
Anthony, Cedric S. 
1034 Dewey Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Engineering Phyaics 



Anthony, Devonne R 
1510 Pebblebroo 
Winslon-Salem, NC 
Art Design 

Archer. Timothy D 
Post Office Box 26 
Winston, NC 
Computer Science 



isboro, NC 



ing 



Civil Engl 
Arey, Karen Yvette 
1640 Fort Dupon 
Washington, DC 
Landscape Archileclu 

Armstrong, April D 



17; 



Hoi 



Armstrong. Karen Elaio 
Rl. 3 Box 226 
Launnburg, NC 
Economics 

Armslrung, Norman R 
3800-B Mizell Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Business Administration 

Arrington, Charlina D. 

Rt- 1, Box 440 

Littleton. NC 

Communication iBroadcasl PriKj) 

Artis. Anthony R 

Rle. 2 Box 35 

Snow Hill. NC 

Accounting 



Computer Science 
Ashe. Arthur L 
801 Weal McGee Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Engineering 

Askew, Sondra D 
Post Office Box 294 
Powellaville, NC 



Alkins. Tara M 
2512 Foxgale Drive 
Raleigh, NC 

Atkinson, Robert Isiah 

4654 Pennoak Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect! 

Attar, Moh'D A 

Post Office Box 8342 

Greensboro. NC 

Computer Science 

Audrey, Lisa N 

5414 John Wash. 

Brown Summit, NC 

Nursing 

Avery, Nian W 

46 Old ChunnsC 

Asheville, NC 

Business Ad mm ist radon 

Ayitiah, Joseph Adu 

241.19 Londonerr 

Kerneraville. NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Bacole, Stephen L. 
Ri 1, Box 22 
Parklon, NC 



Busin 



s Adm 



Bailey, Charla M 

3220 FonUna Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Nursing 

Bailey. Frank J 

610 Si Marks Avenue 

Brooklyn. NY 

Computer Science 

Bailev, William E. 

218-B Wind Road 

Greenaboro, NC 

Civil Engineering 

Baker. Angela M. 

1015-19FC,|enda 

Greensb,.ro, NC 

Early Chitdhoi>d Education 

Balaam, Terry A 



■. NY 



171 Mot 

Syra 

Archileclural Engineering 

Baldwin, Curtis E 

Post Office Box 1572 



Wilmington, NC 
Industrial Technology (Elec 



Barbee, Adam J 
180 Clarem.int Avenue 
Jersey City, NJ 
Business Admmititration 

Barber, Clinton C 
3701 Danube Drive 
WinatonSalem, NC 
Industrial ArW Education 
Barber. Diane A 
512 W Pungo Street 
Belhaven, NC 
Biiilogj' iPriifessionall 
Barber, Pamela A 
Rt 15, Box 157 

Stateville, NC 

Buainess Education (Basic) 

Barco, Melanje Cheryl 

SUr Rl Box 41 

South Mills, NC 

Buainess Administration 

Barlow, Rodnev E 

299 Sutlon Street 

Perth Arobov. NJ 

Social Work 

Barnes, Cynthia D 

Rte 1, Box 150 

Providence, NC 

Architectural Engineering 

Barnes, Dennis Earl 

426 Banks Street 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (C.mal 

Barnes, Donald F 

Rte 3, Box A204 

Enfield, NC 

Accounting 

Barnes, Glenn P 

406 Cenurv Cl. 

Kernersville, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Bartell, Victoria L 

4 Tillery Court 

Greensboro. NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Bass, Karen Verna 

ff6 Bessemer Court 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Artt Education 

Battle, Eric E 

1841 N Raleigh 

Rockv Mount, NC 

Industrial Technology' iManu. 

BawB, Haruna Gwana 

P M B 5 Bama 

Kukar Gadu 

Voc Ind. Ed (Trans IndusH 

Beaslev. Leisa L 

Rt. 1, Box 165 

Hurdle Mills, NC 

Industrial Technology (Const; 

Bealty, Ssbrma R 

1047-105 Boston 

Greensboro. NC 

Administrative Services 

Bell, John S III 

318 Henry Street 

Eden, NC 

Industrial Technology (Aulul 

Bellon, Robert L 

5145 Steepleshi 

Greensboro, NC 

Architectural Engineering 

Bennell, Charista 

Nuraing 

Bennett. Michele N 

112 Carter Slreel 

Dublin, GA 

English (Teaching! 

Bennell, Romina C 

25 Sean Lane 

Rochester. NY 

Business Administration 

Benton, Foster Lewayne 

3912 Glen Oak Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Benton, Manssa Simone 

1816 Eastwood Avenue 

Greensboro, NC 

Early Childhixwi Education 

Berry. Anthony L 

205 Skvcrest 

Landia, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Berry, Donald A 

4206 I4th Street 

Waahinffton. DC 

Communication (Broadcatl Nt 

Beat, Darrvl D. 

1303 Mimosa Slreel 

Goldsbofo, NC 

Landscape Architecture 

Best, Sherry Geraldine 

Rt. 1, Box 180-A 

Kernerville, NC 

Undecided 

Beverlev, Ssbrma Carv 

800 Parli Avenue 

Greenaboro, NC 

Accounting 



Bigelow, Roderick Alan 
14 Winchester C 
Durham, NC 
Business Adminialralinn 

Bigga, Derek J 
5801 .5th Slreel 
Washington, DC 
Business Administration 

Biggs, Norwood N 
Poat Office Box 3204 
Greensboro, NC 

Birts, Jena M. 
410 Hendon Street 
Spring Lake. NC 
Early Childhood Educalitj 

Black. Sheila G 
3.106-D Trent Slreel 
Greensboro, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 



Gre 



1, NC 



lal Technology (Mai 
Blackman, Gladys G 
R.^ute 1, Box 208 
Vancev\i;ie, NC 
Early Childhotid Education 
Blavlock, Sean A 
12 Palricia Drive 
Nepiune. NJ 
Electrical Engineering 
Bledsoe. Anissa C. 
1104 Perkins Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Eleclrtcal Engineering 
Blow. Antonio 
Post Office Box 409 
Maury, NC 
Accounting 



Grimesland, NC 

Business Administration 

Boddie, Anthony Wayne 

3616 Liberty Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Body, DeVaughn A. 

Poat Office Box 295 

Maysville. NC 

Industrial Technology lEIecl) 

Bodv, Terrenes Anion 

Post Office Box 295 

Maysville, NC 

History (Professional) 

Bolden, Antonio L 

4216 Garrell Road 

Durham, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Boiden, Felicia A 

416 Davis Slreel 

Reidsville, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Bond, Waller L , Jr 

Rt I. Box 3.33 F 

Windsor, NC 

Business Adminislralion 

Bonds, Vera M 

Computer Science 

Bixith, Mae Denise 

917 Hilltop Blvd 

Reidsville, NC 

Speech & Thealer Education 

Boolh. Tracev D 

Post Office Box 2117 

Chapel Hill, NC 

Speech & Thealer F^ucation 

Borbor, Arlhur Dorbor 

3511 Holu Chapel 

Greenaboro, NC 

Agri Science (Agri Engineering) 

Bordera, Gregory Calvi 

4641 Brompton Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Indualrial Technology (Elect! 

Boslick, Leon 

3607 South Elm Eugene 

Greenaboro, NC 

Industrial Arts Education 

Boawell. Janice C 

1417 McCuiston 

Burlington, NC 



Nui 



ing 



Boyd. Henry, III 

3704 Chimney Ri 

Durham. NC 

Industrial Technology (Manuf) 

Bovd, Melvin E 

1312 Washington 

Washington, NC 

Computer Science 

Boyde, William R. 

Post Office Box 3182 

Salisbury, NC 

Electrical Engineering 



Bracken, Melissa F, 
3108.G Lawndale 
Greenaboro, NC 
Accounting 

Bradford. Ernest Waver 
1400 Pichard Slreel 
Greensboro, NC 
Undecided 

Bradely, Gregory 
3007 -F Collage 
Greenaboro, NC 
Chemistry (Professional) 
Bradley, Linda Gavle 
Post Office 443 
Hamlet, NC 



a Adm 






Brathwaite. Cinque 

1845 Adam Clayt 

New York, NY 

Industrial Technology (Manuf) 



T 



Brallon, Kalherin. 
506 Harper Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Early Childhwid Educa 
Bratton, Sandi A 



Breazeaie, Chriatopher 
4370 Wakeman Drive 
Winslon-Salem, NC 
Business Administration 
Breeze, Regina 
212-K Wind Road 
Greenaboro, NC 
Accounting 

Brewer, Victoria Y, 
906 Stephens Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Nursing 



Bridges. Darlene 

310 High Hampton 

Florence. SC 

Industrial Technology (Manuf) 

Brimage, Christopher M 
257 Perrvlown Lane 
New Bern, NC 
Undecided 
Brinson, Cleiis 
3820-45 McConnell 
Greensboro, NC 
Swiology 

Britton. Sharlvnda Ann 

5t Carolina Avenue 

Newark. NJ 

Psychology 

Broadnax, Jesse L, 

339-B Burlingate 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (ManuD 

Bromell. Verneice 

75 Stanton Street 

Rochester, NY 

Business Administration 

Brooks, Juan J 

Rte 4. Box 499-A 

Roiboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Brooks. Kimberly M 

835 Caatlewtxxl 

Greensboro, NC 

Home Economics (Cloth, Text) 

Brown. Belinda Y 

1015-C Rucker Street 

Oeenaboro, NC 

Accounting 

Brown, Demetria J. 

331 1 Winchester 

Greenaboro, NC 

Political Science 

Brown, Fredrick A 

611 Lukeview Drive 

Glen fiflven, NC 

Communication (Broadcast News) 

Brown, Geraldine C, 

.133 New London 

Newark, DE 

Music Education 

Brown, Jadme R 

2827-B North O'Henry 

Greensboro. NC 

Communication (Broadcaal Prixl) 

Brown. Kristal L 

32 Parole Slreel 

Annapolis. MD 

Electrical Engineering 

Brown, Maya H 

Post Office Box 35123 

Fayetleville, NC 

Accounting 

Brown, Melody L 

125 Alice Street 

Winston Salem. NC 

Laboratory Animal Science 



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Bnnm. OUie L 


Butter. Clavtonia Leig 


Carver. Tanva Michette 


Coleman. Jesse J 


Daniel. Fehsha M. 


3T0S Brady Street 


1019 Grady Street 


3925-F Colony Street 


3114-E Utah PUce 


1216 Poner Street 




Salisburv, NC 




Greensboro. NC 


Goldsboro. NC 


Accounuog 


Health & Physical Education 


Accounting 


Dectncal Engineenng 


Chemical Engineenng 


Brown. Rodney Russell 


Bynum. Philhp A. 


Cashion. Roben Glenn 


Cotey. Jonathan L. 


Daniels. Michelle A 


1&4 North 19th 


1107 Tuscaloosa Street 


1322 Weal Friendly Avenue 


21124 Warw-ickihi 


4605 Souihhall Dnve 


East Orange. NJ 


Greensboro, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Greensboro, NC 


B Illness Administralion 


Architectural Engineering 


Mechanical Engineering 


Undecided 


Accounting 


Brown, Sai'ah L- 


Bvnum, Yaci-a L 




Coleman, Roger Douglas 


DavTs. Carl E. 


Rte- 9, Boi 421 


701 Woodlake Dnve 


4 Rvnda Road 


2221 ReveUe Lane 


5508 G»-VTindale 


Communication < Broadcast Prodi 


Greensboro. NC 


Maplewood. NJ 


Greensboro, NC 


Baltimore. MD 


Industrial Engineenng 


Communication (Print Joumi 


Recreation Administration 


Electrical Engineenng 


Brawn. StAC^' M. 


BvTd. Jessie S 


Casper, Cheryl L 


Combs, Rodney C 


Davis, Caria J. 


11-A Hilton PUcf 


1317 W Meadoa-ne« 


100 Sbendan Road 


1712 Throwbndge 


354 Colinwood Dnve 


nnwneKnrn KC 


Creensboro, NC 


Goldsboro. NC 


High Point. NC 


Fayetuville. NC 


Accounting 


Architectural Engineering 


Mechanical Elngmeenng 


Industnal Engineering 


Cii-il Engineering 


Bro»-n. Teirea- Swaniet 
Post Office Box 583 
Raeford. NC 
Business Administration 


B\Td. Leshe MicheUe 


Cecil. Melinda M 


Comer. Pamela R. 


Davis. DTlta 


513 Pine Street 
Greensboro. NC 


1104 Kindley Street 
Greensboro, NC 


Rt 1, Boi 969 
Oxford, NC 


2361 12th .Avenue 
Hickorv. NC 


Accounting 


Undecided 


Industrial Engineenng 




Brown. Tnnia L. 
21T4 Till Road 
Charleston, SC 
Nuning 


ByTd, Ravmond I_ 
b636-V West Market Street 
Greensboro, NC 
EleclncaJ Engineering 

Cain. Deborah L 


Chadwick, Bdlv 
111 Obenneye 

Undecided 


Connor, Mvonne 

1441 Waddell Street 

Charlotte. NC 

Busmess Education (Compi 


Davis, Joseph S. 
Rte. 3, Box 369 
WUson. NC 
Computer Science 


Bruce, Stephanie D 


6030 Nafaanl Road 


Chambers. .■Vnjta M 


Cooper, Hector W 


Dai.is, Marshall T 


3810-E MiuU Road 




1611 Eastwood Avenue 


1220 Hams Dnve 


202 East Willow- 


Greensboro. NC 


.Accounting 


Greensboro. NC 


EhiabetbCity, NC 


Jacksoni.Tile. NC 


CommunicalJoii iBroadcasl Newsl 


Cain, William D 


Busmess Adminisiration 




Industnal Technology (Elect) 


Brunaon. Rodnev Lewis 


Rl 4, Box 143 


Chance. Bessie 1. 


Corbett. Tracev R 


Davis, Mehin E, 


I5(M Juniper Street 


Elizabeth City. NC 


3921 Hahn's Lane 


214 Marshall Street 


910 Rav Street 


Durham. NC 


Industrial Technology lElecti 




Greensboro. NC 


ThomasAiUe. NC 


Agricultural Education 




Business Administration 


Chemical Engineering 


Industrial Technology (Elect) 


Br>-ant Cednc R- 


Rte 1. Box 40A 


Chance. Kimberley R 


Core. Ray-ionn D 


Davis, Roderick G 


6 Avon Road 


Bullock. NC 


12 Sunev Lane 


4951 Mineral Spring 


919 South 12th 


Ashe%ille, NC 


Mechanicai Enpneenng 


Parhn. NJ 


Graham, NC 


Wilmington. NC 


Communication (Pnnt Joumt 


Campbell- Adnenne E, 


Early Childhood Education 


Industnal Technology iManuf) 


-Accounting 


Bryant. Christopher L 
Rl 10 Boi 528-1 


3106 Hickor. River 
Wmston-Salem. NC 


Chance, Lisa R 


Courts, Regina L 


Dav-is. Tommy LawTence 


507 Dacian Road 


901 Burnett Street 


391 9-G Mi2ell Road 


Rdletih. NC 

Mathematics (Secondary Education) 


Accounting 


Raleigh, NC 


Reidsv-iUe, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Campbell. Darrin Setjuo 


Early Childhood Education 


Electncai Engineenng 


History 'Professional) 


Birant. Janice L 


4901 Shady Pme 

Greensboro, NC _ - 


Chaitdler, Brenda L 


Cox. Satana M 


Davis, Yotande '^ 


605 Dupont Road 
Durham, NC 


Computer Saence 


3317-E Trent Street 
Greensboro. NC 


7506 Doggett Road 
Brown Summit. NC 


3317 Rydencood 


Psychology 


Campbell licheU L 
15766 Heyden 
E>etroit. \n 


Nursing 


Business -Administration 


Communicauon (Public Relations 


BrvanL DeJuanaa T 


Chapman, Carl Jr 


Craig. Darryl E 


Daye, Daren K. 


809 North Street 


Electrical Engineering 


7003 McClellan 


Pineview Court Lo 


5927 Graniie Place 


Durham. SC 




Pleasant Garden. NC 


Chapel Hill. ,NC 


Durham- NC 


Business Administration 


Campbell. Rhonda C 
703 Bluford Street 






Industnal Technology- (Electl 


Brvant. Karen L 


Greensboro, NC 


Charles. Slerhng L 


Craven- Larrv D, 


Debrew, Valene S 


T93 Glenwood Avenue 


Architectural Engineering 


4118Reidsvme 


1863 Howard Avenue 


Rte 1- Box 521 


Buffalo. NY 


Campbell. Robin M 
1803 Autumn Drive 


Winston-Salem. NC 


-Asheboro. NC 


Scotland Neck. NC 


Business .Administration 


Electncal Engineering 


Mechanical Engineering 


Communication (Broadcast News* 


Bry-Bon. Derrek L 




Chavis. Monica \L 


Crawf.-.rd, Jack D 


Dickerson. Cecelia A. 


4M Green Street 


Psychology 


1002 DUon Street 


3900 Uwision Road 


138 Bniish Lake 


Burlmgion. NC 
Pohtical Science 


CampbeU. Wav-ne A 
415 Banks Sireei 


Clinton, NC 


Greensboro, NC 
Mechanical Engineenng 


Industnal Engineering 


Buie. \ehna U 


Greensboro, NC 


Cheeks. Deidra D 


Crawley, Reginald E 


Diggs. Kellv D. 


2111 Belcrest Dnv-e 


History ( Professional i 


17180 Wesiland 


70O Quincy Street 


5515 West Market 




Cannon, Patnck D 


Southfield. MI 


Hampton. V.A 


Greensboro, NC 


Food Science 


9504 Grevleaf PUce 


Chemical Engineenng 


Computer Scien;* 


Architectural Engineering 


Bullock. Ingnd Olivia 
Post Office Box ISIA 
Faison. NC 


Charlotte. NC 

Communication (Broadcast Prod' 

Cardell. Kaihryu E. 


Cheeks, Ivn S 
1415 East Sedge 
Winston-Salem, NC 


Crenshaw, Michael .A. 
404-K East Montcastle 
Greensboro, NC 


Diggs. Renee Michell 
1700 Clarendon 
Greensboro. NC 
Food Science 


Architectural Engineerinf 


Special Education 


Home Economics (HM ECON EDi 


Undecided 


Bunche. Rodenck S. 


Carey, Michael D 


Cherry, Michele J 


Crew5. Arethea D. 


Ditlahunt. Noms G. 
1728 Washington 
New Bern. NC 
Industrial -Arts Education 


Posl Office Box 166 


1020 Palmetto Street 


4922 East Broropton 


S Ltmerwick Court 


Oak City, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Transportation 


Qectncal Engineering 


Undecided 


Accounting 


Burgess, Nancv E. 


Carr, Elaine R 


Chestnut. Edwina Y 


Crosby, Pamsh F 


Dillard. Lisa A_ 
372 BelgTBve Road 
Newport News. VA 
.Accounting 


1037 East 233rd 


3604 Lakefield 


1727 Stonevbrook 


5856 Old Oak Ridge 


Bronx. NY 


Greensboro NC 


High Pomt. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Communication (Public Relations! 


Industrial Engineenng 




Computer Science 


Burks, Jocol\-n R 


Carr, Venma F 


Chestnut. Linwood L 


Cnimmv. Reubene Q. 


Diliard. Lloyd S 
2805-G Cottage 
Greensboro, NC 
Communication iBroadcast Newf 


97 Walerbur% Park 


10921 SW 156th 


509 Clark Street 


265 South Kerr 


Peekslcill. NT 


Miami, FL 


Chadboum. NC 


Wilmington, NC 


Business .Administration 


Undecided 


Agricultural Education 


.Architectural Engineenng 


Bums. Cednt R 


Camngton, Kimberlv D. 


Chrisp. Marde P 


Crump, Enc J 


Diion, Bnice, HI 


3TIXI-A Fhnl Street 


2676 Rock Hill 


799 Newark Avenue 


4425 Mendan Dnve 


Rt. 1. Box 211-E 




Concord, NC 


Mays Landing. NJ 


Charlotte. NC 


Magnolia. NC 


Electncal Engineenng 


Communication iPubLc Relationsi 




Electrical Engineering 


Landscape Architecture 


Bums. Stacey Leah 


Carrothers. Stephen H 


Clark, Kimberly A. 


Crutchfield. .Aretha J. 


Dixon. Shana M. 


3700-A Flint Street 


6500 Fieldwood 


4109 Doubles Court 


Rte 2. Box 95 


Rt 1. Box 742 


Greensboro. NC 


Charlotte. NC 


Virginia Beach. VA 


Bear Creek. NC 


Semora. NC 


Mechanical Engineenng 


Industnal Technology (Elect) 


Accounting 


Home Economics .Cloth, Teitl 


Business Administration 


Burrell. Marcia Angell 


Carter, Dolores J 


Claxton. Kevin R 


Culbreath. Mahq R 


DIamini, Moses M 


ia5 Glencove Avenue 


906 MonticeUo 


103 White Street 


Pcsi Office Box 20062 


1205-E Arlee Street 


Glencove. m' 


Greensboro, NC 


Greenville. NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Psychology 


Industnal Technology iManuft 




Electrical Engineenng 


Mechanical Elngineering 


Burreil. Shaune C 


Carter, Ernest L 


Clarton, Regina D, 


Cumbus, John R 


Dobson, Cednc A 


2721 Big Oak Street 


1200 Catling Street 


103 White Street 


1827 \-illa Drive 


228 N Oak Street 


Raleigh. NC 


Raleigh. NC 


Greenville. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Wallace. NC 


Nursing 


Industnal Technology ( Elect i 


Biology (Professional) 


Civil Engineering 


Mechanical Engineering 


Bun. Karen Deiissa 


Carter, Lettie R 


Clayton, WiUiam H 


CurT>-. Stephania D. 


Dowd, Jo .Anne 


1826 Proctor Road 


+430 Rolling Hill 


202 Hillcrest Lane 


516 Carter Road 


Rl- I, Box 71 B 


Raleigh. NC 


Charlotu. NC 


Clayton, NC 


Graham. NC 


Bear Creek. NC 


Business Administration 


Communication (Broadcast Prod) 


English 1 Professional) 


Early Childhood Education 


Nursing 


Burton, Boa-man K. 


Carter. Lisa J 


Clear, Kimberly E. 


Curtis. Kimberlv A. 


Doo-e, Ralph M- 


120 South Monng -Avenue 


429 Air Harbor 


4141 Northwest 


331 Skeei Club 


1012 South Sit 


Rocky Mount. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Lauderhill. FL 


High Pomt. NC 


Wilmington, NC 


Economics 


Industrial Technology (Electl 


Home Economics (Cloth, Text! 


.Accounting 


Industrial Technology- lElectl 


Burton. .Matilda Minam 


Carter, Robert Lee 


Cloyd. Jeffrey C, 


Dalton. Crystal L. 


Dudlev- -Anthony Hobart 


340 C Burlingate 


2823-D YanceyviUe Street 


Rl, 1. Box 105-X 


1507-A Bluford Street 


1529 Kingsway Road 


Greensboro, NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Hahfai.NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Baltimore. MD 


Undecided 


Accounting 


Pohtical Science 


Accounting 


Industrial Technology (Constt 


Bush. E>eborah F 


Carter, Tracy E. 


Cobia. Uy P 


Dang, Hieu Thanh 


Dudley, Cheryl T 


4958 12ih Street, NE 


3017 Rochester 


1901 Ly-nwood Drive 


3904- B Overland 


F-7 Brierwood -Avenue 


Washington. DC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Lumberton. NC 


BuBinesB Administration 


Computer Science 


Accounting 


Industrial Technology (ManufI 


Business Admmislralion 



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Duggins, Richard C 

812 Holly Hedge 

Lewisville. NC 

Industrial Teehnol(ig>' iManuO 

Duhart, Vanessa 
4243 Bernau Avenue 
Greensboro, NC 
Social Work 



rial Technologj' (Elect) 



Erwin, Kimberiv D 
Po9i Office Boi 451 
North Wilkesboro. NC 
Karlv ChildhoiMl Educat 



Dunham, Joyce A, 
1802-F Maplewood 
Greensboro, NC 



Hor 



?Ecoi 



Dunn, Derrek B 
Post Office Box i:i7M 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Dunn. Randall E. 
3724 Massoit Drive 
Augusta, GA 
Industrial Engineering 

Dunnaville, Michelle L 
3950 Sugar Creek 
Winston -Salem, NC 
Accounting 

Dunnings, .Jonathan E 

2213 Imperial A 

Wilson, NC 

Com municfl lion iBroadcasr PriKi) 

Durham, Eugene, Jr 

3013-H ColUge 

Greensboro, NC 

BuHiness Administration 

Durham, Tonv W 

730 Luther Drive 

Goldsboro, NC 

BuBiness Adminislration 

Earl. Michael A. 

1812-D McKnight 

Greensboro, NC 

Home Economics (Child Developl 

Edge, Monique Denise 
Rt. 2, Boi 529 
Georgetown. SC 
Accounting 

Edmonds, John H 
I8.'i9 Berrieddale 
Fayetteville, NC 
Architectural Engineering 

Edmonds, Shawti D 
3465 Sevmour Avenue 
Broni, NV 
Business Adminislration 

Edwards. Lee Albert 
505 Mam Street 
Fairmont. NC 
Landscape Architecture 
Edwards, Timothy L 
Rt 5. Boi 194-A 
Whiteville, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Edwards, Vanessa L, 
5f)14-A Brompton 
Greensboro. NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Edwards, Veronica D 



Rte 



. Box 1 



Fincaslle. VA 

Accounting 

Ejimakaonye, Leonard 

912 Logan Street 

Greensboro, NC 

Agri Science lAgn Engmeermgl 

Elerbe, Marv E 

748 Park Avenue 

Greensboro, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Newai 

Elliott, Norman L. 

Rt. 10, Box 515 

Fayelteville, NC 

Industrial Technology (Aulol 

Elliott. Vincent B 

Rte, 6, Boi 426. A 

FayetUville, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Ellis, Kimberly M. 

Rte. 2. Box 68 

Waverly. VA 

Accounting 

Ellis. Patrice L, 

Post Ofrice Boi 475 

FftrmvilJe, NC 

Accounting 

Ellis. QuintinP 

Post Office Box 711 

Salisbury. NC 

Industrial Technology (MunufI 

Enoa. Mildred H 

Rte 3, Box 73.1 

High Point, NC 

Psychology 

Enliminger, Sharon Pal 

414 G Guilford 

Greensboro. NC 

Mathematics (Profesaional) 



Euj 






■ N 



Post Office Box 244 

Gatesville. NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Evans, Angela Margueri 
1615 Lincoln Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Occupational Safety & Health 



Evai 



,0m 



Post Office Box 21)644 
Greensboro, NC 
Accounting 

Evana. Teresa L. 

1465 3rd Street PI 

Hickory, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Newsl 

Evana, Theresa Peterso 

1609 Wood briar 

Greensboro. NC 

Business Administration 

Evans, Vivian M. 
18 Prescott Ha 
Newport, Rl 
Electrical Engineering 

Everett, Kiraberlv 

423 Alpha Street 

Laurinburg, NC 

Home Economics (Child Develop! 

Ewing, Rhonda J 

4701 Birchlree 

Temple Hills, MI) 

Nursing 

Exum, Tanya D 
501 Ripplmg Street 
Durham, NC 
Art Design 



Fairlcy, Leslie 
Rt 1 ' 



I 104 

Wagram, NC 

Industrial Technolog> (ManuO 

Faison, Bruce A 

820 Cflstlewood 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Farmer. Mary 

SUr Rt- 2. Bos 3 

Vanceyville, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Faucette, Gloria M 

1500 Brent Ct 

Burgiington, NC 

Accounting 

Faulk, Bryan K 

Post Office Box 54 1 

Rose Hill, NC 



Mus 



•Edut 



Faulks, Michael Eugene 
Post Office Box 21311 
Greensboro, NC 
Architectural Engineering 

Federick, Valencia D 

Rte Benne Box 

Greensboro. NC 

Biology (Professional! 

Fenneli, Monica V 

2550 Vestal Avenue 

Fayetteville, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Ferguson, Jammie L. 

321 IH Orange Street 

Greensboro, NC 

Accounting 

Ferguson, Willie T 

1407 Rotherwood 
Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Fields, Calvin A. 

2408 Bywood Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Fields, Keisha M. 

Pi>Bl Office Box 14 

Carysburg, NC 

Early Childhood Fxjucalion 

Fields, Raphael C 

1903 Belden Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Finch. Jeffrey Waller 

1.^06 Ballvmena 

Reidsville, NC 

Industrial Technology (Manufi 

Fischer, Karen K 

3.S.W A Farmington 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Fischer, Troy Dwayne 

719-H Greenhaven 

Greensboro. NC 

Industrial Technology lEIecO 

Fitta. John Jr , Plummer 

Rte. 3, Box 134 

Littleton. NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 



Fleming, Arthur L 

1909 Claremonl 

Wilson. NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Flemming, George C 

1408 Christmas 

Raleigh. NC 

Flood, Jeffrey J 

2057 Osceola Drive 

Fayetleville, NC 

History (Professional) 

Flowers, Herman F 

20O0 Fieldcresl 

Wilson. NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Flowers, Therman L. 

2000 Fieldcresl 

Wilson, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Floyd, Carol Elizabeth 

145 Arnette Street 

Lumberton, NC 

Social Work 

Foard, Patricia 

712 Springfield 

Concord, NC 

Business Adminislralu 

Foeller, Patricia S 

808 Magnolia Avenue 

Reidsville, NC 

Sociology' 

Ford, Sherman 

Post Office Bon 371 

Clarklon. NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Forshee. Wendv R 

Route 5, Box 308 

High Point, NC 

Social Work 

Forte, Charles Victor 

120 N 13lh Sli 



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Wiii 



nglon, NC 



Early Childhood Edut 
Foster, Grenila T 



Foya, Towanna S 
Business Administration 
Franklin. Raymond B. 
5378 Highway 150 
Brown Summit, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Frazier. Abraham 
511 Appleridge 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Frazier, Angela M 
507 Eaat Friendly 
Greensboro. NC 

Frazier, Sandra L 

Rt. 1, Box 54 

Havelock, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Frazier. Stacie L. 

Post Office Box 94 

Jamestown, NC 

Agn Tech (Animal Husbandry) 

Frazier, Tonya Maria 

825 South Pearson 

Greensboro, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Freeman, Calvin M . Jr 

117 Missouri Street 

Spindate, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Freeman, Herbert B , Jr 

Rt I, Boi 208-C 

Uland, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Fritz. Daniel Charles 

6135 Webster Street 

Philadelphia, PA 

Architectural Engineering 

Frizzell, Terry L. 

1723 -J Eaat Cone 

Greensboro. NC 

Architectural Engineering 

Froneberger, Colette 

2013 Bothwell Street 

Greensboro, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Fuller, Christopher D. 

918 Cameron Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Economics 

Fuller, Malcolm M 

1702 Larchmont 

Greensboro. NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Fuller. Reginald T 

421-A East Montcaslle 

Greensboro, NC 

Undecided 

Gafai, Barau Bature 

817 Summit Avenue 

Greensboro, NC 

Voc Ind Ed 'Trans, IndustI 



Rt, 7, Box 224J 
StatesviIIe, NC 
Business Administratior 
Gaines, Todd M 
2 Stout Street, Boi 
Randleman, NC 



Business Administration 

Gailher, Theodore Maur 
1044 Lafayette 
Salisbur\\ NC 
Mechanical Engineering 

Galloway. VannDi Moni 
200 Lynbrook Drive 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Engineering 
Gardner, Jeannie M 



Chemical Engineering 
Gavie, Oona S 
313 Village Lane 
Greensboro, NC 
Laboratory Animal Scienc 



Industrial Engineering 
George, Jodi T 
3126 Elizabeth 
New Bern. NC 
English (Teaching) 

George. Latrenda Shena 
Rt. 2, Box 245 
Whiteville, NC 
Computer Science 

Ghee, Christian 
2410 Liberty Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Computer Science 
Gibbs, Carlton D- 
1921 Newsome Drive 
New Bern, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 



Gibson, 

1610 Washington 

Greensboro, NC 



III 



Greensboro, NC 
Business Administration 
Gilhs, Reginald S 
3940 NW 47th Avenue 
Ft Lauderdale, FL 
Communication (Broadcast Priidl 
Glenn, Lajaunya R 



Goddard, Deborah Denise 
1802-F Maplewood 
Greensboro, NC 
Social Work 
Godetle, Monri*. Jr 
345 Carter Road 
Havelock, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Golatt, Dion Morrell 
3011-A Cottage 
Greensboro, NC 
Architectural Engineering 
Gooding, Dawn D 
Post Office Box 3136 
Kinston, NC 

Early Childhood Education 
Goodwine. Drenavelte P 
5636F West Market 
Greensboro, NC 
Laboratory Animal Science 
Gordon, Carla L. 
Post Office Box 2164 
Decatur, GA 
Accounting 
Gordon, Carmen D 
Post Office Box 2164 
Decatur, GA 






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Gorham, Yvonne D 

2406 Glenridge 

Greensboro, NC 

Business Administration 

Graham. Robert L. 

Rte 1, Box 9A-2 

Kenansviile, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect 

Graham, Tina M. 

1006 Rcidale Street 

Favetteville, NC 

Early Childhood Education 



Grange. Katrina S. 
Rte 1, Box 149 

Riegelwood, NC 
Undecided 

Grant, Angela C. 

Rte. 1. Box 4 

Jackson. NC 

Business Administration 

Grant. Eric R, 

3101 Bellaire -D 

Charlotte, NC 

Business Administration 

Grantham, Howard D. 

2522 Lone Pine 

Fayetleville, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect) 

Gray, Chrisie Genice 
1758 Rock Creek Dain' 
Whitaelt, NC 
Business Administration 
Green, Karen R. 
Rt. 4, Box 205-H 
Henderson, NC 
Nursing 

Green, Roslvn Renea 

Rte 1, Boi 693 

Broadway, NC 

Home Economics (Child Develop! 

Green, Wavne R 

5103 Quaker Lane 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Greene, George Matthew 
1808 Edgecombe 
Favetteville, NC 
Chemistry (Professional) 
Greene, John Edward 
1410 Dan's Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Music Education 

Greenwell, Anthony Ger 
423 New River Drive 
Jacksonnlle, NC 
Art Design 

Gregory, Mark L. 

2415 Phillips Avenue 

Greensboro, NC 

Business Administration 

Griffin, Jr , Charles W 

410 Dunston Avenue 

Durham, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Griffin, Jr., Lewis H. 

4310 River Bluff 

Ft Wayne, IN 

Mechanical Engineering 

Griffin, Stephen L. 

1422 Larchmont 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Griffin, Victor B 

Rl 1, Box97-A 

Batesburg, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Griffith, Patricia Ann 

2015 HollvSireei 

Charlotte, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Prod) 

Gunter, Carroll F 

505 Pleasant Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Arts Education 

Guy, Jerry O. 

2310 Larkspur 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect! 

Gwvn, Torre V 

2799 Piedmont C 

Winston Salem, NC 

Computer Science 

Gwynn. Tammy R 

6500 Patriot Lane 

Reidsville, NC 

Nursing 

Hager, Markus A. 

Rl 5, Box 262 

Kings Mountain, NC 



s Adm 
iim. Tammy M. 



Hfli 

High Point, NC 
industrial Engineering 

Haith, Samuel 
1806 Heilwood Drive 
Greensboro. NC 
Accounting 
Hall, Alphonso L 
Rt. 2, Box 210 
Ridgeway, SC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Hall, Gia H 
715 RuBtland Drive 
etteville, NC 



Bus 



s Adm 



Hall, Gregory T 
2 Danbv Court 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Hail Monica L 

40 BeaconhiU Lane 

Charlotte, NC 

Home Econoniics iChild Develop* 

Halsev. Lid wood El. 
Rl Z Boi 192-A 
CresweU. NC 
Electrics] Engineering 

HamJene. Da%-id L 
»5(4-F Tomahawk 
Greensboro, NC 
Indusmal Technologj- lEIect) 
Hamim Condsce Renee 
IWI Fern Vftlle 
Charlone. NC 
Biology I Professional) 

Hardie. Robert 
6713 Robinia Road 
Camp Spring, MD 
Computer Science 

Hardin. Christie Y. 

1:10 Candlewood 

High Point. NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Hare. Ronald C 
931 Logcabm Road 
Charlolle, NC 
Computer Science 

Hargelt, Brenden A, 

4529 Htghvay 17, South 

New Bern. NC 

Sodolog>' 

Haiper. Allison E 

264 Webster Road 

Greensboro. NC 

CommuDicatioD iBroadcast New^t 

Harper. Gregor*' Earl 

2815E North O'Henr. Blvd. 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology tElect) 

Harper, Rodnev W. 
13T3 Lees Chapel 
Greensboro, NC 

Accounting 

Harper. Steven C. 
600 Delanv Duw 
Raleigh. NC 
Agh Bus <Agn EconI 

Harrington. Portia L 

61T Wexford Drive 

Raleigh. NC 

Communication (Broadcast Nen-^t 

Harrington. Trenna L 

3213 Lofty\ie« 

High Point. NC 

Business Admmislralioo 

Harris. Annette Mane 

1114 E 2nd Street 

Siler City, NC 

Music (Liberal Artsi 

Hams. Casaandra Man 

Rte. 5. Boi 126 

Henderson. NC 

Home Economics (HM Ec«n Ed) 

Harris, Debra Louise 

to' North Pugh Street 

Lexington. NC 

Business .Administration 

Hams, Deiter L 

Rt- 5, Boi "4 

Louisburg, NC 

.Accounting 

Hams. Predenck Lewis 

3S40-G MileU Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Voc Ind. Ed. iDraftingl 

Harris. Keith L 

Rl 4. Boi 126 

Libem-. NC 

Business Administration 

Harrison. Avonjo h. 

2312 AtJee Street 

Winston -SaJem. NC 

Industrial Technology 1 Elect I 

Harrison. Craig Ft 

Post Office Boi 144 

Lake Cic>'. SC 

Industrial Technology iConstI 

Hamson. Nikkole D. 

1613 Woodbnar 

Greensboro, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Hamson. Richard D. 
Rt_ 1, Boi -260 
Westfield. NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Hartgrove, Neal L 
IW-D Yester Oaks 
Greensboro, NC 
Computer Science 
Har%-ey, Aven 
Post Office Boi 113 
Enfield. NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Harv-e>. Duan L. 
Rl 1. Boi 22C 
Rich Square, NC 
Computer Science 



Harvey. Larry D. 

Rl 2, Boi 454C 

Dudley, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect* 

Hanev. Timothy M 
Route 2, Boi IB 
Slonei-ille, NC 
Industrial Technology <Electi 

Hatcher. Walter Lerov 
Post Office Boi 183 
Magnolia. NC 
Computer Science 

Haves, Alan K. 
: 10 Bland Blvd 
Burhngton. NC 
Computer Science 

Hayes. Norman A. 
304 AabeboTD Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Laboratory Animal Sdenc* 

Headen. Kathy I, 
512 West Meadow-new 

Greensboro, NC 
PoLucal Science 

Heath. Rick\ 

Post OfTice Boi 13951 

Greensboro, NC 

-Accounting 

Hedgebeth. Floretta 
160&-B ITth Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Business Administration 
Henderson. James A. 0. 
3609 Sl John Place 
Landover, MD 
Electrical Engineering 

Henderson. Ronald E 

1706 Lennie Drive 

Greensboro. NC 

Industnai Technology tConstt 

Henderson. Shelby S 

2106-A East Cone Blvd. 

Greensboro. NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Henr\. Anthony W 

1835 Cheek Road 

Durham. NC 

Industrial Technology lEIecii 

Henrv Jr , Fred C 

214,A Wmd Road 

Greensboro. NC 

Busineffi .Administration 

Herring, Sandra D. 
1013 PahnetU- Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Biology I Profesiifnal I 

HerL Curtis R. 
Route 3. Box 5T 
Thomas^ille. NC 
Social Science 
Hester. Cindy Crawford 
sen Edmbur^ Drive 
Jamestown. NC 

Hester, Kelly L 
Post Office Boi 14 
Landis. NC 

Business Administration 

Hicks. Patricia Simpson 

2624 Randteman Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Business .Administration 

Highlower. Rhonda S, 

3S41 Dickev Mill 

Meban. NC 

Computer Science 

HilJ. Dav^d 

220- B North Brooker 

Greensboro, NC 

-Accounting 

Hill, Deborah .A 

1231 Log Cabin 

Charlotte. NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Hill. Enc A- 

359 Gates Drive 

Shelby, NC 

Agn Science i.Agri Engineering! 

HilLMannda R. 

1706 Murchison 

Fayetteville. NC 

Business .Administration 

Hill Jr . Ralph R- 

RL I. Boi 392 

Scotland Neck. NC 

Computer Science 

Huison. Alfred Lee 
815 Willow Place 
High PoinU NC 
Electncal Engmeering 
Hinson. James Edward 
2206 Textile Drive 
Greensboro. NC 
Industrial Technology lElectJ 
Hinson. Carta Denise 
56-F Vinegar Hill 
Greensboro. NC 
Social Work 



Hinton. Johnnie C. 
3729 F'rospert Drive 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Architectural Engineering 

Hockaday, Dawn D. 
1215 Williamsburg 
Richmond, V.A 

Physics (Secondary E^ucatii 

Hodge. Teresa D 
525 28lh Street, SW 
Hickory. NC 
Business Administration 

Hodges, .Michael J 
705 Westwood .Avenue 
High Point. NC 
Undecided 

Ho^nan. Thaddeus I. 
1521 .Atwick Drive 
Fayetteville. NC 
Business Administration 

Holley. Philice F 
705 Mobile Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Business Administration 
HoUomon, Tisha K. 
709 Castlewood 
I'pper Marlboro. MD 
Business .Administration 
Hoiloway, James R. 
402-K E MontcasUe Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Tech. (Manuf 1 
HoUoway. Tracy P 
718 Roiboro Street 
Roiboro. NC 
Business Administration 



Chemistry (Teaching 1 

Holzsbu. James C 
Route 8. Box 187 
Burlington. NC 
Electncal Engineering 

Honevblue, Joseph R. 
Route 2, Boi 68-C 
Edenion. NC 
Industrial Tech. lElect-1 

Hood. Adrienne M, 
Route 4, Box 17-AA 
FairmonL NC 
Music (Liberal Arts) 

Hooper. DonneU Felicia 

159 Brooks Road 

Reids^.ille, NC 

Industrial Tech i Manuf. 1 

Hoover, .Ashlev B 

4309 Saddle River 

Bowne, MD 

Industrial Engineering 

Hopscn, .Ahsa M 

2721 Hinson Dnve 

Durham, NC 

Electncal Engineeruig 

Hopeon, Lisa N 

2721 Hinson Dnve 

Durham. NC 

Electncal Engineering 

Horn, Pamela R. 

2 Weaver Street 

SummiL NJ 

Early Childhood Education 

Horner. Lisa A. 

P. Box 13796 

Greensboro, NC 

Art Education 

Homey. Linda J. 

4 Great Castle 

Greensboro. NC 

Nursing 

Horton. Lamie G. 

1301 Granada Dnve 

Raleigh. NC 

English I Teaching I 

Houglan. Martin R. 

ini-A Birchcre 

Greensboro. NC 

Sociology 

Howard, Charles 

701 Hook Sueei 

Wilson, NC 

Business Education iBasicI 

Howard, Jerry 

1916 Woodside Drive 

Greensboro. NC 

Speech & Theater Arts 

Howard. Paul B 
7344 Hookaet Court 
Charlotte. NC 
Business Administration 
Howard. Shawn C 
4608- E Mercury 
Greensboro, NC 
Electncal Engineering 
Howard. Stephanie M 
606.C East HoU 
Goldsboro, NC 
Professional Theater 



Howell. Jamea E. 
4732 Walden Pon 
Raleigh. NC 
Political Science 

Howerton, Pamela M- 
3431 -A Wichita 
Greensboro. NC 
Communication (Public ReL) 

Howie. Mark .A. 
4736 Cinderella 
Charlotte. NC 
History (Professional) 

Hubbard, Marc 
90S Autumn wood 
Charlotte. NC 
Business Administration 

Huffmes, Jr., Jack N. 
342 Dare Street 
Burlington. NC 
Electncal Engineering 

Hunter, .Antonio D. 
2394 Earnhardt 
Kannapolis. NC 
Computer Science 

Hunter, Carl T 
607 Hadlev Road 
Raleigh, NC 
Electncal Engineenng 

Hunter, Vincent A 
604 Mas6ey Avenue 

Durham. NC 

Business Admmistralion 

Huno, John E. 

Route 1, Box 266 

Cope, SC 

.Agn. Econ. tAgn. Sdencel 

Hylton. Glona J 

1715 Spry Street 

Greensboro. NC 

Cndeaded 

Idoye, Jane C 

Nursing 

Ingram. Marc E 

324 E Ormandy Place 

-Ambler. PA 

Computer Science 

Ingram. Marcia D 

P Boi 75 

Elon CoUege, NC 

Psychology 

Isom. Jocelyn A. 

■Accounting 

Jackson. Calvin A. 

1015 Hw> 210 N 

Spring Lake, NC 

Computer Science 

Jackson. Deirdre M- 

Route 2, Box 997 

Littleton. NC 

Communication (Broadcast News» 

Jackson. Jeffrey T 

P Box 101 

Fayetteville. NC 

Electncal Engineering 

Jackson. Melvin T- 

359 Dudley Avenue 

Ml Air^. NC 

Voc- Ind. Ed iDraflingi 

Jacobs. James D. 

9 Ehamond Dnve 

Castle Hayne. NC 

Industnai Tech- (Elect.) 

Jacobs. John Angus 

2610 Dulaire Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 



Wai 



■. NC 



mputer Center 
Jeffnes, Jr , Elmer 
406 Jacob Street 
Thomasville. NC 
.Architectural Engineering 
Jeffets. Leta D. 
: Woodlake Court 
Greensboro, NC 
Music Education 
Jeffnes. Elne C 
339 -B Colonial 
Greensboro, NC 
Voc Ind. Ed. I Construction) 
Jeflnes, Kenneth E 
600 King Richard 
Raleigh. NC 
Accounting 

Jenkins. Angus B. n 
5717 Rimerton Drive 
Charlotte. NC 
Architectural Engineering 
Jenkins. Cheryl M. 
7630 Hanford Court 
Charlotte. NC 
Nulling 

Jenkins. Sharon 
Route 4, Box 368 
Selma. NC 
Chemistry (Professional' 



Jessup. BenilB V 
7(» E Florida 
Greensboro. NC 

-Mechanical Engineering 

Jeter, Shawn P 

919 Dreiser Street 

Durham. NC 

Laboratory Animal Science 

Johnson. Aaron 

613 Fifth Avenue 

Greensboro, NC 

Dectncal Engineering 

Johnson. .Acquinetta R 

Route 2. Box 57 

Bob%Ta. NC 

Industnai Engineenng 

Johnson. Candace J 

721 Thomas Street 

.Albemarle. NC 

Special Education 

Johnson, Jeanetta Y 

Route 1, Box 315-B 

Rufiin. NC 

Communication (Broadcast News! 

Johnson. Kendall W 

911 A West Bess 

Greensboro, NC 

Industnai Engineenng 

Johnson. Kimberlv L. 

4806 Ml- Sinai 

Durham. NC 

Busineas Education (Basic) 

Johnson. Linda G 

1005 Benjamin P 

Greensboro. NC 

Business Education (Basic' 

Johnson. Mia V 

Route 1. Boi lOO-C 

Crecdmoor, NC 

.Accounting 

Johnson. Pamela L- 

P.O Box 3805 

Greensboro. NC 

Industrial Elngineering 

Johnson, Rhonda D. 

1 706 Banoak Coun 

High PoinL NC 

Accounting 

Johnson. Rhonda J. 

611 5th Ave- 

Greensboro. NC 

Economics 

Johnson, Svivia P 

2821 C Yanceyv-ille Rd 

Greensboro. NC 

Electncal Engineering 

Johnson. Trace>' R. 

220 House St 

Goldsboro, NC 

Early Childhood EducaUon 

Johnson. Walter T 

4311 King Arthur 

Greensboro, NC 

Elngineering 

Johnson. Wanda E 

4115 Carver SCH 

Winston -Salem, NC 

Architectural Engineenng 

Johnson. Warren E. 

Rl 3. Boi 35 

Hope Mills. NC 

Architectural Engineering 

Joiner. Rita H. 

203 Mendenhall 

Jamestown. NC 

Mechanical Engineenng 

Jonas. Michael T 

PC Box 1387 

Burgaw. NC 

Economics 

Jones, April 

112 Fawn Sl 

Castle Hayne. NC 

Home Economics (Dieteiicsl 

Jones. Benjamin E 

3820-71 Mt^onnel Rd 

Greensboro. NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Jones. Cassandra Faye 

PC Boi lOlli 

Goldsboro. NC 

Industrial Technology (Manuf) 

Jones, Darrell D 

620 McGirt Bnd 

Launnburg, NC 

Bus mess Administration 

Jones. Delores B 

606 Richardson 

Greensboro. NC 

Bus mess Administration 

Jones. Ivan 0. 

1637 Minuna Dr 

Fayettei-iUe, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Newsi 

Jones. Gilben L 

PO Box 3901 

Greensboro. NC 27411 

Jones. James Harden 

1326 Alamance C 

Greensboro, NC 

Accounting 



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Jones, Odell D. 
40O0 Holla Chap 
Greensboro, NC 
Laburatciry Animal S 

Jonea, Renee 
Rl I Boi 15 
Oak City 



Lane. Marcel 
1345 W New H 
Souihern Pines, NC 
Mechanical Engineer! 



MU! 



Ho( 



? Ecoi 



(HM ECON ED) 



Jones, Riidney C 
5016 Pressman D 
Winslon-Salem, NC 
InduBlnal Technology iMANL'F) 

Jones, Rodnev G 
RT 5. Boi 532 
Durham, NC 



Jones, Terence A 
338-B Burlingatc 
Greensboro, NC 
Mathematics (Professional! 
Jones. Trent L 
Rt. I. Btii 33 
Riegelwood, NC 
Biology (Professional! 

Jordan, Cassandra L 
170(.l Bluford S( 
Greensboro, NC 
Special Education 
Jordan. Freda 
1620 Glenridge 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Jordan, Thomas 
604 Bancroft Ave 
Greensboro, NC 
Computer Science 

Juvner, Burdetie J 
118 Holliday Cl 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Engineering 

Kea, Willie L. 
Rl 2. Bon 392 
Tarboro, NC 
Electrical Engmeering 
Kearney, June C 
170 Beckford Dr 
Henderson, NC 
Chemistry (Professional) 

Keith, Maurice A, 
600 Audubon Lak 
Durham, NC 
Business Administration 

Kellum III, Jesse 

911 Piedmont St. 

Reidsville, NC 

Communication (Broadcast News) 

Kemp, Monique S. 
3^-13 Earharl L 
Bronn, NY 
Food Science 

Key, Robin Y 
911 Forrest St 
Charlottesville, VA 
Accounting 

Kibler. Kelvm C 

3042 Oawnshire 
Charlotte. NC 
Electrical Engineering 

King, Angela 
604 River Toad 
Washington, NC 
Accounting 
King, Kimberly R. 
1616 E Market 
Greensboro, Nl.' 
TnduBlrtal EngmeerinK 
King, Regma B 
1206-K ArleeSt 
Greensboro, NC 

King. Scott N 

PO Box 251 

Elon College, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

King. Marvin Lee 

PO Box 251 

Elon College, NC 

Koen, Tiffany Lucretia 

7-B Hiltin PI 

Greenitboro, NC 

Computer Science 

Lamb. Pamela S. 

Rt 4. Boi 304 

Clinton, NC 

Mtchanical Engineering 

Lane. Kenya M 

825 S. Pearson 

Greensboro, NC 

Accounting 

Lane, Lasonja T 

308 O'Connor St 

Greensboro, NC 

Industrial Technology (Elect! 



Lang, Kabroml 
1014 Colonial / 
Greenville, NC 



Langlev, David W 

996 New River D 

Jacksonville, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Pri>d) 

Lamer, Michael C 

5615 Richland D 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Larkm, Valerie 

21-B VVLHjdstream 

Greensboro, NC 

Professional Theater 

Lassiter. Willie Chris 
205 N. 7th St. 
Smithfield, NC 
Mathematics (Secondary Edl 
Latta. James D 
17t»6 Huffme Mill Rd 
Greensboro, NC 
Accounting 

Lawal. Kubural A. 
2904-E W Florida St 
Greensboro, N(^' 
Architectural Engineering 
Lawrimore, Barrv E 
Rt. 4 Box 444 
Trinity, NC 
Electrical Engineering 



Uath, Adni 
1031 Apple 
Burlington, 



Nui 

Leathers. Michael E 
1845 Martin Lul 
Raleigh, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Lee, Kenneth Malcolm 
410 Kenneriy St. 
Winaton -Salem, NC 
Business Adminiatration 

Lee, Renard E 
PO Bon &n\ 
Littleton. NC 



Lee. Tonja Lvnelle 

825.S Deerfiel'd 

Severn, MD 

Business Administration 

Ue, Valerie L 

6408 Hawthorne 

Landover, MD 

Civil Engineering 

Legrand, Gloria ,lean 

3095 Martin Ave 

Greensboro, NC 

Social Work 

Lewis, Hazel 

Rl- 2, Bon 91-A 

Enfield. NC 

Business Administration 

Lewis, Michael Todd 

1726 Spry St 

Greensboro, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Lewis. Sabrina R, 

2004 Branch Ave 

Washington. DC 

Food Science 

Libata. Abdullah: M 

817 Summit Ave 

Greensboro, NC 

Voc Ind ED (ManufHciurmKi 

Lindsay, Susan M 

1107 S Ashe S( 

Greensboro, NC 

Administrative Services 

Lindsay, Lisa M 

PO Boi 631 

Candor. NC 



Greensboro, NC 
Business Administration 
Lloyd, Caprice 
407 Lanier St. 
Oxford, NC 
Industrial Engineering 

l>ondon, Barry 1. 

Shelby, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Lovelace. Bonne L. 
4IO-(; E Monte 



Educ 
■. Dway 



e Anthony 
131)6 Lancaster 
Durham, NC 
Electrical Engineering 

Lualien, Car/ema E. 
2WW W Florida St 
Greensboro, NC 



Lucas, Rhonda V 



Indu! 



rial Technology (Elecl) 



Lundrigan, Erik J 
1516-B W,Hxlside 
High Point, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Lundy, Waller J 
1217 Spruce Lane 
Chesapeake, VA 
Mechanical Engineering 

Lvman, James M 
108-4 North Men 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 

Lynch, Veronica L. 
RT 4 Box 244-X 
Nashville. NC 
Accounting 

Mabuza. Mandls M 
Post Office BoK 2306 
Mebane. NC 
Civil Engineering 

Mack. Antoinette 
92 Alberts Avenue 
Charleston, SC 
Mathematics (Professional! 

Mackey, Michael A 
512 W Pungo Street 
Belhaven. NC 
Electrical Engineering 



Buf 



s Adm 



Madhure. Veera 

3910 Kipling Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Magbie. Tonia S 

208Lincoln Street 

Henderson, NC 

Business Administration 

Maines, David J 

506 Ednev Ridge 

Greensboro, NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Makeneie. Andrew L 

3749-C l^ukwiKKl 

Greensboro, NC 

Agn Bus (Agri Ec-on) 

MakenU. Fatima B 

3952 First Street 

Washington, DC 

Communication (Public Rell 

Mapp. Bruce Allen 

327 E, llih Street 

Siler, NC 

Social Science 

Marks, Carol J. 

3401 Bri-slle Co 

Greensboro, NC 

Early ChildhoiKJ F^ucation 

Mariey. Amy L 

Post Office Box 1375 

Liberty, NC 

Accounting 

Marsh, Leslie T 

907-B Shelby Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Accounting 

Marsh, Malcolm L. 

307 Sears Street 

Siler, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Marshall, Melvin A 

Rte. 2 Box 466 

Sophia. NC 

History (Professional) 

Martin, Oemetria Joye 

4233 Farlow Street 
Greensboro, NC 



BUF 



B Adm 



Martin. Pamela M 
Rte 2 Box 52 
Stoneville. NC 
Accounting 

Marlm, Veanda A 
44 Macombs Place 
New York, NY 
Business Adminislratior 
Mason, Perry G 
1407 Perkins Street 
Greensboro, NC 



Massenburg, Shern' D 
Rte 2 Box 17I-A 
Stonv Creek. VA 
Health & Physical Educ 
Mathis, Melodie S 
Post Office Box 364 
Elizabethtown, NC 
Political Science 

MalthewH, Allen O 
103 Fort Drive 
Washington, NC 
Business Administration 

Matthews, Gaston J 
755 South Game 
Southern Pine, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Matthews, John H 
3316 Darden Road 
Greensboro, NC 



s Adm 



iistrs 



Cot 



., NC 



Martin, Kenneth V 

Rl 4 Boi 414 

F^en, NC 

Industrial Technology (Aulol 



Mauldin, Daniel Flovd 
Route 1 Box 733 
Slier City, NC 
Business Administration 
Mazyck, Arnold M. 
2607 -C Vanceyville 
Greensboro, NC 
Accounting 

Mbuyi-Tshileo, Kamanda 
1321 Meadow Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Agricultural Eklucation 

McAdoo. Norris 
1734 Madison Avenue 
New York, NY 



Art Design 

McCall, Tonya R. 

1373 Lees Chapel 

Greensboro. NC 

Agn Science (Animal Science) 

McCarroll, Christopher 

829 Plumstead Road 

Charlotte, NC 

Recreation Adminislration 

McCarter, Benjamin En 
8304 Oglethorpe 
New Carrolton, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
McCov, Pamela Renee 
Rie 3, Box 74 
Camden, NC 
Nursing 
McCullers, Charissa A. 



Electrical Engineering 
McCullough, Charles C. 
5 Wooddub Court 
Greensboro, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
McDowell, Herbert L 
Rte 1, Box 613 
Providence, NC 
Civil Engineering 
McGuire, Derrick E. 
40 Cornell Place 
Englishtown, NJ 
Business Administration 
Mdntyre. Tamara 
818 Castlewotid Drive 
Greensboro, NC 
Laboratory Animal Science 
McKay, John J. 
M8 Stewart Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Computer Science 
McKenzie, Algernon W. 
Rte I, Box 224 
Whiteville, NC 
Sociology 

McKenzie, Joseph J 
214 West Murray 
Wallace. NC 
Art Design 
McKov, Anita V 
Rte I, Box 193 
Clarkton, NC 

e Services 



McKoy, Denise 



McKoy, Janet 
Rte 2. Box 189A 
Clarkton. NC 
Early Childhood Edui 



Early Childhmd Education 

McKoy. Tonya L 

Rte 1, Box 369 

Leland, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

McLaurm, Cedric F 

2605 Machine Street 

Winaton-Salem, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Prod I 

McManus. Terri M. 

5116 Barrington 

Charlotte, NC 

Home Economics (Cloth Text.) 

McMillan, Andre 

2100-D W Cone Blvd 

Greensbtiro, NC 



Bus 



s Adm 



McMillan, Christopher 
2446 Kingsgale 
WinsUm Salem. NC 
Communication (Broadcast Prod) 
McMillan, Larry B 
3220 Fairview Road 
Baltimore. MD 
Accounting 



GreensboM. NC 

Business Administration 

McNair, Anthony D. 

1382 Tewkesbury 

Washington, DC 

Electrical Engineering 

McNeil. Kurtis W 

Rl. 5, Box 59-C 

Lens, SC 

Industrial Technology (ManuD 

McNeil, Mary Ann 

1919 Freeman Mill Road 

Greensboro. NC 

Chemistry (Professional) 

McNeill. George S 

P Box 251 

Red Springs. NC 

Communication (Broadcast Prodi 

McPherson, Brian K 

6 Paula Road 

Mattapan, MA 

Architectural Engineering 

McSwam, Queen M. 

1 403 Wrenwood Court 

Greensboro. NC 

Accounting 

Melton, Kimberlv R 

29-E W(Kwlslream 

Greensboro, NC 

Business Administration 

Miles, Sylvia Louise 

2721 Yancewille Street 

Greensboro. NC 

Computer Science 

Miller, Carma A 

2203 Old Snow H 

Kinslxm, NC 

Accounting 

Miller, Carolyn D 

3237 Yanceyville Street 

Grensboro, NC 

Computer Science 

Millet, Christopher E, 

Rte. 1, Box 173-A 

Beulaville, NC 

Accounting 

Miller. David L. 

1101 Comstock D 

Charlotte, NC 

Industrial Technology (Manuf) 

Miller, Guardinii C 
Rte 4, Box 298 
Kinslon, NC 
Mechanical Engineering 

Miller, Jerome Scoltie 
115Tranquill D 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Architectural Engineering 

Miller, Kenneih Rav 
110 N Benbow Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Technology (Elect! 
Miller. Kevin Elliott 
3423 Regents Place 
Greensboro, NC 
Chemistry (Professional) 



Computer Science 



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Miller, Val^e R 


Mover. Deborah E. 


Nuckols, Eddie L, 


Perkins, Apryl N 


Rankin. Cia A 


P Box 551 


Rl 3. Boi 255 


Route 1. Box 66 


2 Deerlodge Ct 


2002 Belcrest Dnve 


Salem, NJ 


Alton, VA 


Mocksiille. NC 


Owings Mills. MD 


Greensboro, NC 


Accounting 


Business Administration 


Industrial Technology i Elect, i 


Industrial Technology (Elect. I 


English iProfessionall 


Mihon, Robert .\. 


Mullen. Roben .\ 


Okon. Okon E 


Perkins. Monia D, 


Ransom. Derreous D, 


1306 Wood briar 


Rte 4. Boi S66 


1207 Arlee Street 


Route 7. Boi 286-E 


P Boi 263 


Greensboro. NC 


Hertford, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Morgan ton, NC 


Garysburg, NC 


Architect ural Engineering 


Business Administration 


Industrial Arts Education 


Business Administration 


Electncal Engineenng 


Milton. Gloria 
1306 Woodbnar 
Greensboro. NC 


Mumford, Kev-in D 
3005 ApoUo Dnve 
Winston -Salem. NC 


Okoro. Richmond C 
P Box 21743 


Perkins. Wayne 

605 Pineridge Dnve 
Greensboro. NC 


Ransom, Dossie L 
Freeman Street 
Garysburg. NC 


Minor. LaTonya 


Business .Administration 


Agri Science (Earth & Enviro i 


Electncal Engineenng 


Industrial Aru Education 


P Box 35 


Nlunns. Carol A. 


Olds. Svlvia C 


Pen^, Darrell A. 


Ratliff, CathenoB S 


Edaard. NC 


2005 Newark Aienue 


3820-M MiieU Road 


600 Bilmark Avenue 


706-L Glendale 


Biolog>' 1 Professional* 


Fayelteville. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Charlotte. NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Mitchell. Vfllene E 


Administrative Services 




Architectural Engineenng 


Accounting 


Rt 2. Boi 261 
SJer City, NC 
Induslnai Engineenng 
Mkhize. Gugulethu 
3237 Yance^■^^lle Su*el 


Muqtasid. NajivTah N 

3524 Sa>-«-ard Dnve 
Durham, .NC 

Home Economics iChild Dev.t 
Murpbv, D»-ight R 


Olney, Louis .\lonzo 
4809 Bromplon Drive 

Electrical Engineering 
Overman. James L 


Pen^, Larhooda Michel 
4124 Windsor Place 
Raleigh. NC 

Accounting 

Peterson, Evelyn D. 


Bailiff. Dionne 

Route b. Boi 581 
R..ckingham. NC 
Biology (Profeasionall 
Ray, Barry L. 
P Boi 1504 


Greensboro. NC 


P 0. Boi 21311 


2332-J W Vandaba Road 


Route 1. Boi 135-A 


Wilson. NC 


Industrial Technolog>' (Const > 


Greensboro. NC 




Kelly. NC 


Industnal Engineering 


Mkpong, Edel A. 


Architectural Engineenng 


Voc. Ind Ed iDraftingi 


.Accounting 


Rav, Steven H 


1305-D Arlee 


Murphv. John L 


Pabon. Anthons 


Peterson, James T 


26 Wendell Dnve 


Greensboro, NC 


6227 Dans Mil! 


106 N BenbowRoad 


1373 Lets Chapel Road 


Hampton, VA 


Industrial Arts Education 




Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Computer Science 


Mohareb. Ibrahim M 


Electncal Engineenng 


Chemistry (Professional! 


Electncal Enfineenng 


Reed. Wanda Fay 


412-0 St*dmaii Street 


Murphy, Michael K. 


Page. Daphne M 
700 E Flonda Street 


Peterson. Lawrence K. 


Route 7. Box 315 


Greensboro, NC 


3S18 CK'erland Heights 


10120 Scotch Ha 


Oxford. NC 


Electrical Enpneenng 


Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Largo. MD 


Computer Science 


Moody. DaiMtie M 


Mechanical Engineering 


Undecided 


Communication (Broadcast Prodi 


Reid. Ricardo V 


P Boi *28 


Murphy. Rob>Ti D 


Page. Kenneth Lee 


Pettis. Malhis L 




Gaston, NC 


1024 E, CasweU 


2456 Moming5ide 
Buriin^oD. NC 
Electncal Engineenng 


1701 Archdale Dnve 


Charlotte, NC 


Computer Science 


Kmslon. NC 


Shelby. NC 


Music (Liberal Artst 


Mooney, Sonja Fanne' 


Engineering Physics 


Industnal Technology (Manuf.l 


Rhineharl, Doug L 


4IT-G E- Montcaatle Dnve 


Murray. MicheUe M 


Parker, Kamala 


Phair. Felicia M 


216 3rd Avenue Ct 


Gretnsboro, NC 
Industrial Engine* nng 


803 Homeland Avenue 
Greensboro, NC 


1801 Wilpar Terrace 
Greensboro. NC 


Route 2. Boi 182-B 
Auirwille. NC 


Hickory. NC 

Business Administration 


Moore, Albert 


Communication 1 Broadcast Nea-si 


Early Childhood Education 


HomeEc (Food&Nutr.l 


Rhue, Tessve J 


202-A Northamd 
Greensboro. NC 
Chemical Engineering 


Mvers. Rodnev S 

204-D Wind Road --— 

Greensboro. NC 27405 


Parker. Michelle A 
1811 WnghtsviUe 
Wilmington. NC 


Phifer. James W 
201 Lowe .Avenue 
Kannapolis, NC 


P Box IG23 
Georgetown. SC 
Accounung 


Moore. Alisa Renee 


Computer Science 


Accounting 


Cndecided 


Rice, Tammy E 


300 Ramona Avenue 

Charlotte. NC 

Early Childhood Education 


Nance. Br^an K 
1810 14th St . SE 
Washington. DC 


Parker. Tammy \' 
1805 Norcott 
Greenville. NC 


Phifer, Sebastian E 

201 Lowe Avenue 
Kannapolis. NC 


32U-E Orange Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Undecided 


Moore. Clark L 


Communication iBri:iadcast Prodt 


Accounting 


Industnal Technology (Manuf.) 


Richardson. Lacrelia V 


Rte 4. Boi 203-C 








231 West 149th 


Rutherford ton. NC 


Ndoma-Ogar. Kenneth A. 


Parks III, Arthur 


Pierce. Shawn D 


New York, NY- 


Electrical Engineering 
Moore, Dana Trescott 
1303 Spring Garden Road 


1207 Arlee Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Mechanical Engineenng 


2694 Lisa Dnve 
AtlanU, GA 
Accounting 


2302 Stuart Dnve 
Durham. .NC 
Accounting 


Computer Science 
Richardson. Shelia L 
2506 Pmecroft 


Greensboro. NC 


Neal. Michael K 


PameU. Shelia A 


Pinchback. Douglas A. 


Greensboro, SC 


Electrical Engmeenng 


4644 Swain Lane 


307-E Dorsett Street 


Route 1. Boi 103 


Early Childhood Education 


Moore. KaihN L 

118-B YesterOaks 


W8lkerto*-n. NC 27051 
Agn Tech iSoil Science) 


Aaheboro. NC 
Nursing 


Blanch. NC 
Electncal Engineering 


Richardson. Zandolyn P 
10963 SwansHel 




Neese. Mark A- 


Pamsh. Leotis L 


Put. Kimberlv N 


Columbia. MD 


Architectural Engineering 


615 Scott Avenue 


3216-G Uwndaie Dnve 


,3001 Graham Drive 


Sociology 


Moore. Paul A. 


Greensboro. NC 27403 




Kinston. NC 


Richmond. Anthony B 


Rte. 1. Box 602 


Business Administration 


Civil Engmeenng 


Electncal Engmeenng 


Route 1. Box 85 


Rich Square. NC 


Nelson. Cainn 


Patterson. Amanda L. 


Pittman, Joseph R 


Leasburg. NC 


Industrial Technology (Elecl-I 


1903 Francis Avenue 


Route 2, Boi 258 


805 Ragsdale Drive 


Accounting 


Moore. Robert D 

7600 Westmoreland 


Henderson, NC 

Speech & Theater Education 


Siler City. NC 
Industrial Engineering 


Jamestow-n. NC 
Chemical Engineenng 


Rober^on. Dawne Y' 

1536 Pomona Street 


Huntersnlle. NC 


Nelson. Chervl A- 


Patterson, Aneiasa Lor 


Poole. Coretta L. 


Durham, NC 


Histor,- ( Professional 1 


B 4 Tarheel Man 


Route 13. Box 1090 


i Cedar Grove 


Architectural Engineenng 


Nloore. Vieana Iv, 


Carrboro. NC 


Lenoir. NC 


Cedar Grove. NC 


Roberts. C%-nthia E 


Rl I. Boi 17A 


Business Administration 


Computer Science 


Electncal Engineenng 


3204 -C Lawndale 


Keraeraville, NC 


Nelson. Tina M 


Patterson. John Frank 


Poole. Theodore M. 




Sociology 


735 Bennett College 


1612 Maptewood Lane 


810 Ehzabeth Street 


Communication (Public ReL) 


Mooty, Cheryl D, 
11500 Lockhart 


Greensboro, NC 27401 


Greensboro. NC 


Durham, NC 


Robins. Pandora Pellom 


Communication tPublic Rel) 


Political Science 


Industnal Engineering 


609 Grace Street 


Silver Spnnp, MD 


Newkirk. Anthony J 


Patterson. Valene L, 


Porier Karen M. 


Wilmington. NC 


Transportation 


Route 1, Boi 117 


1034 Woods Place 
Aleiandna. VA 


Route 3. Boi 486 


Nutamg 


Morane\. Anlhonv K. 


Atkinson. NC 


Gastonia, NC 


Robinson, Bnan P. 


30(M-G LawndaleDnve 




Mechanical Engineering 


HomeEc (Cloth & Teit-1 


P. 0. Box 11 


Greensboro. NC 


Newton, Kenneth C 


Patton. Ann S 


Poteau Marcus L 


Trenton. NC 


Business Administration 




Early Childhood Education 


2&41 Willie Pac 


Civil Engineering 


Morgan. Bnan M 




Paiton. Bnan 


Burlington. NC 


Robinson. Chen L 


3219 -A Orange Street 


Industrial Tech. (Const.1 


3047 Pasadena 


Communication 'Broadcast Prodi 


2922 -B Cottage 


Greensboro, NC 


Nguyen. Dung T 


Decatur. GA 


Pouncev. William J 


Greensboro, NC 


Health & Physical Education 


5123-D Lawndale Drive 


Pohtical Saence 


1309 Argonne Blvd. 


Electncal Engineenng 


Morgan. Tasba P 


Greensboro. NC 


Payne, Cynthia 


Winston Salem. NC 


Robinson. Eugenia L 


100-5 Benchley 


Electnca! Engineering 


Early Childhood Education 


Electrical Engineering 


2801.A Yancey^ille 


BroM. NT 


Nicholson. Carolyn J 


Payne. Lasonya V 


Powell, Tashia M. 


Greensboro. NC 


Accounting 


2100 Hunters Rd- 


11 18 Biltmore Avenue 


1905 N Dinwiddi 


Mathematics (Secondary Ed 


Morris. Louise 


Pleasant Garden. NC 


High Point. NC 


Arlington. VA 




Communication (Public Relalionsi 


Nursing 


Early Childhood Education 


Home Ec- (Cloth & Teil-i 


209 N Dudley 


Morrison. Emily A. 


Nickerson. Chemtlo B. 


Peacock Jr . Jesse 


Pratt. Danus R 


Greensboro, NC 
Administrative Seninces 


5302 Kipline Co 


1107 Welcome Drive 


971 W Smith 


2509 Shield Lane 


Wilmington. NC 


Chapel Hill. NC 


Chadbt>um. NC 


Chesapeake, VA 


Robinson. Gregory S 


Business Administration 






Industnal Engineenng 


119-2 197 Street 


Morrow, Jr.. Benjamin F 


Nietschke. Joyce E 


Pear^all. Roiane 


Pratt, Jov K. 


Albans. NY 

Business .Administration 


2807 NC .M 


2101 Spring Garden 


E Southerland 


2928- H Cottage 


Ha« River, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Wallace, NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Robinson. James A. 


Industrial Engineenng 


Communication (Broadcast Nen-si 


.Architectural Engineering 


Accounting 


424 Halifax Street 


Morton. Roger G. 


Niles, Ronnie R. 


Pearsall. Tracenia M 


Pulliam. Mathlon K. 


Warrenlon, NC 
Chemical Engineenng 


2700 Cottage Place 


1130CroeB Link 


P Boi 916 


5609 Old WeU S 


Greensboro. NC 


Raleigh. NC 


Burgaw, NC 


Durham. NC 


Robinson, Raque! 


Music Education 


Business Administration 


Early Childhood Education 


Chemical Engineering 


Undecided 


Move. Bnan Keith 


Norton. Kvle L 


Peav. Gloria Dyson 


Ramsey, Angela D 


Robuison. Selene A. 


Rl 1. Boi 109 86 


2823-B N OHenry Blvd. 


1203 Haverhill 


Route 1, Boi 52 


219 Pearson Street 


Farmville, NC 


Greensboro. NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Rich Square, NC 


CUnton. NC 


Industrial Arts Education 


Electnca] Engineenng 


Business Administration 


Home Ec. (Child Develop.) 


Business Admmistration 


Move, Tammv S 


Norwood. Karen M, 


Pendergraft, Michelle 


Rancer. Sandra Y 


Rogers. Jean D 


Rt- 10. Boi 120 


7115 Ridge Road 


100 Glosson Center 


7515 Everson Road 


P Box 4 


Goldsboro. NC 


Tobaccoville, NC 


Carrboro. NC 


Sumraerfield, NC 


Cedar Grove. NC 




Electncal Engineenng 


Engineering Mathematics 


Nursing 


Food Science 



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RogerB. Sherry D 
£13 Winslow Circle 
Goldsboro, NC 
Communication (Public Rel > 



Nuraing 



Ross, Andrea D 
Route 2. Bon 512 
Iron Station. NC 
pBycholog>' 



Rowe. Andrea L 
28-G Hunlelub Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Accounting 

Ruff, Kenneth G 
4914 Bromplon Drive 
laboro. NC 



Muf 



' Bdu< 



RunnelB. William E 
3920 Fairmgton 
Hephzibfth, GA 
Electrical Engineering 
Rush, AviH U 
29m-H Collage 
Greenabora, NC 
Social Work 

Russell. BvTon D 
2 Gordan Coun 
Ahoskie, NC 
Architectural Engineering 

RuBsell, Carlton E 
Route 1. Boi 169 
Reidsville. NC 
Electrical Engineering 
RuBsell, Wanda D 
Route 1, Boi 41 
ManBon. NC 
Business Administration 
RuHHom, Sonja A. 
7396 Craig Road 
Belews Creek, NC 
Accounting 
Saba, Jeremiah J 
LI M C A CHURCH 

Voc Ind. Ed. (Manufacturing) 
Sanders, Lavonnya R. 
1055 Sullivan Street 
GreenslKiro. NC 



a Adm 



slratio 



Sandlin, Shyann M 
Post Office Box 20568 
Greensboro, NC 
Accounting 
SarantoB, William A. 
4113 Ponce DeLeon 
High Point, NC 
Industrial Engineering 
Scales, Reiku M 
510 Anderson Street 
Eden, NC 

Electrical Engineering 
Schermerhorn, Glenn A 
■llOgCaatleford 
Colfai, NC 
Computer Science 
Scott, Joseph C 
318 Point Place 
Fayettevjile, NC 
Businea* Administration 
Scott, Laurieila M. 
P O Boi 159fi 
Georgeti 
Bufliness Edui 



SC 



tion iBas 



Scoll, Regina Rowells 

218-A Wind Road 

Greensboro, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Prodi 

Scurlock, Cynthia 

P O Box 12 

Lumber Bridge, NC 

English iProfesHionall 

Seaward, Adriane D 

518-D Terminal 

Greensboro, NC 

Aecounlmg 

Seawnght, Mark M 

Route 5. Boi ,365 

Mockiville, NC 

Induatrial Tech (Manuf.) 

Self. Frank E. 

5053 Blackhawk 

Denver, CO 

Accounting 

StUarx, Pamela R. 
Route 1, Boi 470 
Yanceyville, NC 
Business Admmiatration 
Senn, Jason P 
1006 McDowell Drive 
Greensboro, NC 
Engineering Physics 



SesBomB. Dougtaa 
1200 Washington 
Wilson, NC 
Computer Science 

Settle, Sabrina Y 
1373 Lees Chapel Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Computer Science 

Setzer. Angela R 
620 Third Street 
Hickory, CN 
Electrical Engineering 
Sharpe Jr , Jack C 
2304 Sprmgdale 
Richmond, VA 
Architectural Enginetrmg 

Sharpe, Jothanv D 
2304 Sprmgdale 
Richmond. VA 



Shears. Jeffrey K 
4221 Queen Beth 
Greensboro, NC 
Social Work 

Sherman, Winifred B 
426 Banks Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Shipman, Janice M 
Route 2, Bo» 3U4 
Clarkton, NC 
Adminislrative Services 

Shittu. Abdul G 
P Box 7154 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Siberl, Gia A 
P. 0. Box 167 
Trinity, NC 
Communication (Public R 

Siddle, Anthonv Q 
3636 Oak Ridge 
Suramerfield, NC 
Electrical Engineering 

Sides. Tvlea D. 
to Carlynn Court 
Greensboro. NC 
Nursing 

Siler. Sarah S 
409 Alamance Road 
Burlington. NC 
Nuramg 

Simmons, Tonji L 
P O. Box 144 
Sneads Ferry, NC 
Business Admmi-ilration 

Simms, Michael L 
5407 Larame l_^ourt 
Favetteville, NC 
Transportation 

Simpson, Darell L 
Rout* 2, Box 182-A 
Whileville, NC 
Electrical Engineering 

Simpson, Terrance A 
2102 Bywood Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Voc. Ind Ed (Drafting) 
Sims III, Donnie 
P Box 20693 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Sinclair, Eric T 
1602 Washington 
New Bern, NC 
Industrial Tech. (Elect I 
Sledge, Kimberly M. 
P O Boi 285 
Weldon, NC 
Transportation 
SmiBor. Kenneth B 
10S02 Winterbou 
Charlotte. NC 
Chemical Engineering 

Smith. Aleiis R 

131 ' : Grove 

Greensboro, NC 

Business Administration 

Smith, Betty O 

1009 Lombardy Street 

Greensboro, NC 

Nursing 

Smith, Clifton L. 

323 Point Place 

Fayetteville, NC 

Psychology 

Smith, Evelyn M 

Bennett College 

Greensboro, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Smith, FayetU C. 
805 Douglas Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Early Childhi«Mi Education 
Smith III, James H 
74 Wilkins Road 
Hollislon, MA 
Mechanical Engineering 



Smith. Janice M. 
4246 Farlow Drive 
Greensboro, NC 
Landscape Architect 

Smith. Jonathan C 
5548 High Tor 
Columbia. MD 
Professional Theatei 



Industrial Engineering 

SmKh. Kim 
415 Air Harbor 
Greensboro, NC 
Accounting 
Smith, Leonard 
306 W 22nd Street 
W'ilmingUin, DE 
Chemical Engineering 

Smith, Myron C 



Smith, Patricia J 
207 Bennett Street 
Blackburg, VA 
Aceounling 

Smith, Quinlin J 
4110 Annadale Drive 
Greensboro, NC 
Sociology 

Smith, Shannon K 
2304 Larkspur Drive 
Greensboro, NC 
Electrical Engineering 

Smith, Tonya C. 
101 Village Drr 



Lexington. NC 
Undecided 



Smith, Walter J- 
729 Knox Road 
McLeansville, NC 
Electrical Engineering 

Smithera, Matthew B. 
546 Duffton Road 
Richmond. VA 
Electrical Engineering 

Snipes, Vincent T. 
1122 Essex Place 
Fayelleville, NC 
Mathematics (Secondary Ed ) 
Solomon, Cassandra 
Route 3, Box 17 
Enfield, NC 

Solomon Jr . Ferrell 

606 Bessemer Circle 

Fayetteville, NC 

Communication (Broadcast Prod) 

Soulhall. Francme D 

P Box 4023 

Greensboro. NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Sparks, Mary Ann 

1323 Pleasant Street 

Winston -Salem, NC 

Administrative Services 

Spears, Wend> L 

2921 Spruiewood 

Durham, NC 

Social Work 

Speller, Desint^ 

Route 1, Box 3I2-A 

Murfreesboro, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Springer, Benito A 

1431 Olethorpe 

Woshingtor 



s Adm 



slralio 



Stallings, Emma J 
2717-F Yanceyville 
Greensboro, NC 
Biology (Professional) 
Steele. Avis D. 
118 Chestnut Drive 
Concord, NC 
Psychology 

Steele. Patrick S 
Route 7. Box 24 
Mocksville, NC 
Political Science 
Stephens. Harry L. 
Route 3, Box 252B 
Raeford, NC 
Accounting 
Stevenson, Tern L 
614 Kawkinstown 
Salisbury, NC 
Early Childhood Education 

Stewart Jr.. Tommy R 
222 Rockapring 
High Point. NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Still HI. Samuel C. 
412-C Montcastle 
Greensboro. NC 
Architectural Engineering 



NC 



Stokes, Marc A, 
51 Turner Lane 

Willingboro, NJ 
Industrial Tech. (Elect,) 

Strange, Michael C 
3819 Sawyer Street 
Winston-Sali 
Business Administration 

Stravhorn, Kimberly T 
2505 Corning Ave 
Ft Washington, MD 
Business Administration 

Suitt, Larry T 
901 Forge Road 
Durham, NC 
Industrial Engineering 



Sulliv 



I, Flem 



.'ell Road 
Englewood, NJ 
Political Science 

Suiion, Helen A. 
412 New Jersey 
Elizabeth City, NC 
Computer Science 

Sydnor, Andrea C 
2240 N Woodstock 
Philadelphia, PA 
Electrical Engineering 
Sykes, Floyd M. 
603 McKav Avenue 
Dunn. NC 
Business Administration 

Svms III. Harold E 
3i28-C Vtah Place 
Greensboro, NC 
Art Design 

Tart. Brenda A. 
3225-A Orange Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Social Work 

Tate. T.neki T 



Undecided 

Tavernier, Roger C 
9 Almond Drive 
Auburn, NY 
Mechanical Engineering 
Taylor, Crystal C 
4706 7th Street 
Washington, DC 
Architectural Engineer 
Taylor, Derrick R 
904 Chatfield Court 
Jamestown, NC 
Industrial Engineering 
Taylor, Hazel L 
218 Shaw Street 
Greensboro, NO 
Administrative Service; 



ng 



Eden. NC 

Accounting 

Taylor. Kim A. 

56 Chowan Court 

Edenton. NC 

Communication (Broadcast Ne 

Tavlur, R,>dnev P 

701 Delanv Drive 

Raleigh. NC 

Architectural Engineering 

Tezio. Diaengomoka E 

38O0C Overland 

Greensboro, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Thabede, Jacobe(h N 

840 Circle Drive 

Greensboro, N(_' 

Business Education (Basic) 

Thomas. Beverly R 

,369.E E Montcaslle Drive 

Greensboro, NC 

Business Education (Basic) 

Thomas Jr , Billy K 

Route 1, Box 61 

Wagram, NC 

Business Administration 

Thomas, Keith P 

810 S. Benbow Road 

Greensboro. NC 

Computer Science 

Thomas, Richie A, 

1812 Oakwoud Street 

Lumberton, NC 

Business Administration 

Thomas, Roy A 
2805 Bedford Street 
Burhngton, NC 
Architectural Engineering 
Thompson, Andrea T 
1824 A Street, SE 
Washington, DC 
Mathematics (.Secondary Ed ) 



Net 



Thompson, Aretha Y. 
519 Glen Canyon 
Fayetteville. NC 
Industrial Engineering 

Thompson. Benjamin E 
2222 Shaw Road 
Fayetteville, NC 
Communication (Broadcaj 
Thompson, Frances V 
635 Woodland Avenue 
Rocky Mount. NC 
Home Economics (Child Devel 

Thompson, Montanya R 
3421 Old Vineyard 
Winslon-Salem, NC 
Psychology 

Thompson, Tawnva J 
1565 Tadlock Avenue 
Rocky Mount, NC 
Communication (Public Rel.l 
Thomp.son. Tehssia M. 
414 S. 8th Sireel 
Mebane. NC 



Greensboro. NC 
Speech & Theatei Arts 
Thompson, Tonia T 
2102 Tower Hill 
Kinston, NC 
Chemical Engineering 

Thorpe. Renee L. 

P. Box 500 

Apei. NC 

Business Administration 

Thurman Jr.. Sammie L. 
804 Medio Road 
Fayetteville. NC 
Industrial Engineering 
Tichay. Eric P. 
3 Hilton Place 
Greensboro. NC 
Accounting 

Tidwell Jr.. Ponce DeLeon 
408-B E. Montcaatle 
Greensboro, NC 

Tobin. Felicia D 
216-18 117th Road 
Cambria Heights, NY 
Biology (Professional) 

Todd. Kimberlv A. 

50 E. Norfolk 

Elmonl. NY 

Business Administration 

Torabian. Zia E. 

1147 Tabor Sireel 

High Point. NC 

Industrial Tech. (Elect ) 

Totten. Antoinette 

Route 1. Box 247 

Yancevville, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Totten, Donnie R 
Rt- 1 Bix 316-B 
Gibaonville. NC 
Electrical Engineering 
Totten, Felisa A, 
2821 Yanceyville 
Greensboro. NC 
Industrial Technology 
Towns, Andrea L. 
849 Newcombe Rd 
Raleigh, NC 
Accounting 

Trafton, Connie Maiell 
Rte 2 Box 4 
Camden, NC 
Business Administration 
Trapp, Wayne H 
Bt, 2 Box 540 
Pittaboro, NC 
Electrical Engine 
Trice. Woodie N 
P.O Box 20561 
Greensboro. NC 
Undecided 



ng 



Tucker, Melvin L. 
Rl ] Box 1,59 
Emporia, VA 

Agi Science (Soil Science) 
Turner, Davinna L. 
216-D Wind Rd 
Greensboro, NC 
Early Childhood Education 
Turner. Nicole D 
411 Pekoe Avenue 
Durham, NC 
Art Design 
Odoekpn. Malschy 
1207D ArleeSt. 
Greensboro. NC 
Industrial Arta Education 
Underdue, Tracey N 
2616-F Randleman 
Greensboro. NC 
Electrical Engineering 



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SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 
KEEP IN TOUCH 



Underwood. Alens D 

Rt_ 5 Boi 33-E 

Clinton. NC 

Health & Phv-sical Educauon 

L'pehur. Maris G 

418 E- Webb Sl 

Mebane. NC 

Bus mess Ad minis traiioD 

Czzell, Janeen T 

13!9 Belle^^e« 

PUinfieU. NJ 

M^hanJcat Engm««nng 

VanderbOu .\nfel>-n D 

7900 S, Paiton 

Chicago. IL 

Electrjca! Engineering 

VgnderhaU. Darrrn R. 

1602 Stoney brook 

High Point*. SC 

Industrial Technology 

VilUnes. Hilton Wells 

548T Ives Ridge 

Fsv-ette^-ille. NC 

Industnal TechnologN- 

Vinson. Tern L 

6 Jenoifei Lane 

Hamplocu VA 

Early Childhood Education 

Tyeon. Erinn L 

410 Bell Ave. 

Albemarle. NC 

Business Administration 

Wagner, Vickie G. 

321 East CaboTT 

Raleigh. NC 

Electrical Engineering 

Wagoner, William R 

Rt. I Boi 72 -C 

Hurdle Mills, NC 

Agncultur&l Education 

WagBtaff U. Hubert T 

4 Admiral Ct- 

Hampton. VA 

Computer Soence 

Walker, Gilbnna F. 

7918 Hunt Club 

Columbia. SC 

Business Administration 

Walker, Jeffrey 

804 Crave Church 

Collumbia. SC 

Mechanical Elngineering 

Walker. Kiietti L 

2278 Alpha Dnve 

Decatur, GA 

Electrical Engineenng 

Waller, John M. 

905 Huffine Mil] 

Greensboro, NC 

[nduslnal Technology 

Walls. William T. 

P Boi 21 

Jamestown. NC 

Industnai Techno Icfv 

Waddell. Peggie S 

1506 Tuscaloosa 

Greenaboro. NC 

NuMing 

Walls. William T 

Post Office Boi 21 

Jamestorn. NC 

Industnai Technoltig^ 

Waistoo, B\Ton R. 

1609 Hazel Avenue 

New Bern. NC 

Industnai Technology 

Walton, Bradley 

6616 Hunter's Lane 

Durham. NC 

Electrical Elngineenng 

Walton. Marvin L 

Post Offiw Boi 303 

Gary«burg, NC 

Agn Bus lAgri Econ* 

Walton, Phyllis R- 

8S" Simpson Dit 

Elizabeth City, NC 

Mechanical Engmeering 



Ward, Charlotte Fas-e 
741 Creekndge Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Business Admintstralion 
Ward. Ivorv' 

3700 Holts Chapel Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Histor>' I Professional I 
Ward in. John 
353C Montrose 
Greensboro, NC 
Busines .Administration 
Ward, Kimberly L 
203 N Dominoe 
Leimgton. NC 
Sociology 

Warner, Gretchen L 
509 South Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Accounting 
Warren. Paula Stokes 
8576 LiniTlle Road 
Kemeraville. NC 
Speech & Theater EducsEion 
Watlington. Gerald C 
339 South Branch 
ReidsviUe. NC 
Undecided 

Watson, Jacquelyn D. 
1831 Cola Dnve 
Fayetteville. NC 
Computer Soence 
Watson. Uroy L. 
2613 M>Ttlewood 
Philadelphia. PA 
Industnai Engineering 
Weatherspooa. Vergie M. 
1201 KeU>-grove 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Technology- 
Webb, Yolanda L. 
419 S Cha-.TS Street 
Franklinton. NC 
Busmen .Administration 
Webster WiUiam 
Rte- 4 Boi 221 
Clinton- NC 

Business Administration 
Welch. Kim K 
5204 Belle^-ille 
Baltimore. NtD 
Computer Science 
Wells, Da»Ti L 
2200 Rose Avenue 
Portsmouth, VA 
Business .Administration 
Westmoreland, Karen A, 
2300 W>the Street 
Greensboro. -NC 
Business Adminisiration 
White. Audrey K. 
4242 Lake Ridge 
Raleigh. NC 
Comm UDi cation 
White. Brian Keith 
207 RidgewBV 
Plymouth. NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
While, Cassandra R- 
1919 Lionel Street 
Augusta, G.A 
Eledncal Engineenng 
White, Dar%I I 
3601 Casileion 
isboro, NC 



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White, James .Alonzo 
1310 Duon Street 
Chnton. NC 
Industrial Technology 
White. JerT> T 
LamoD Street 
Durham, NC 
Industnai Technology 
Whiie Jr„ Johnny L 
5065 Hwy- 17 North 
Pollockst-ille, NC 
Accounting 



White. Warren L 
610 W Princeton 
Youngtown. OH 
Electrical Engineering 
Whitfield. Sonjfl Monique 
4579 Rincon Road 
Duofnes, VA 
Nursing 

Wiggins, Towanda 
13^ S Mam Street 
Franklmton, NC 
Sooa! Work 
W'ilbum, Ramara M 
4641 N Capital 
Indianapolis. IN 
Industrial Technology- 
Wilkerson. Crystal L 
1217 Emerson Street 
Washington. DC 
Business .Administration 
Wilkerson. Jov Lynn 
Rte. 5 Boi 2M 
Roiboro, NC 
Accounting 

Wilkins. Freddie Morris 
RL 4 Boi 47S 
Twboro, NC 
Industrial Technology 
Wilkins Rov Dupree 
1314 Larkin Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Accounting 

Williams. Elbert Loren 
2809- D Cottage 
Greensboro. NC 
Computer Scienc* 
WiUiams. Fulton E. 
1617 Woodndge 
Greensboro. NC 
Computer Science 
Williams. Herman Jonah 
405 Northwest 2 
Winaion-Salem. NC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Williams. Hope .Ann 
1421 12th Street 
Washington. DC 
Computer Science 
Williams. KeUi L 
81 -B Emeraude 
Hampton. V.A 
Cn-il Engmeenng 
Williams. Kevin B, 
41IT Stirrup Drive 
Greensboro. NC 
Business Administretion 
Williams. Kimberlv D 
Rle. 2 Boi 280 
Rockingham. NC 
Accounting 
Williams. Kimberly Y. 
1113 Kinsdale Drive 
Raleigh. NC 
Industrial Technology 
Williams. Lennetta 
222 East View Street 
Morgan Ion. NC 
Early Childhood Education 
Williams. Cleveland D 
Rt. 2 Boi 207 
Scotland Neck. NC 
Mathematics 
Williams, Lisa L 
1616 S Siocumbe 
Goldsboro, NC 
Mathematics 
Wdliams, Norvei L 
3-E Summertree 
Greensboro. NC 
Industrial Engineering 
Williams, Patnoa N. 
305 LinviUe RI 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Administrative Servicea 
Waiiams. F'riscilla A. 
Rte, 1 Boi 10 
Kiitrell, NC 
Chemical Engineering 



WtUiams. Rosalind R. 
P«i Office Box 25203 
Raleigh. NC 
Home Economics 
Williams. Shakkur 
1801 Johnson Circle 
Ayden. NC 

Mechanical Engineenng 
Williams. Sherell 
2939 Golraer Avenue 
Winston -Salem. NC 
Civil Engineenng 
WilLams. SyKia .V 
2107 Souihgate 
Raleigh. NC 

Williams. Tammie T 
3742 12th Street 
Washington, DC 
Communication (Broadcast Ne^ 
Williams, Terrv J 
204-D Wind Road 
Greensboro, NC 
Computer Science 
Williams, Todd \'ance 
1319 Lincoln Street 
Ehzabeth. NC 
Business Administration 
Williams. Ton D. 
Rt- I Boi 52-D 
Roiboro, NC 
Chemistry- 
Williams. Winston D 
Post Office Box 296 
St. Stephens, SC 
Business Administration 
Williamson. Mia S- 
190-31 lUth.V 
Saint Albany, NT 
Early ChiJdbood Education 
Wdiiamscn. Mildred B. 
504 Harnett Street 
Greensboro. NC 
Speech & Theater .Arts 
Williamson, Tribut Lev 
3734 Whitfield 
Winston -Salem, NC 
Accounting 

Williamson. Vanessa R, 
512 W Earl Street 
Clinton. NC 



Hoc 



; Econ, 



WiUie. Terty L 
503- M Spicewood 
Greensboro, NC 
Social Work 
Willis, Denise J 
5509 Weslo* WD 
Greensboro, NC 
Industrial Elngineering 
Wills, William M 
70S Da»-nKood 
Raleigh. NC 
.Accounlmg 
Wilson, Curtis M 
307 Clairmont C 
Greenville, NC 
Industrial Technology- 
Wilson, Dionne L 
19371 Chapel Street 
DetroiL MI 

Business .Administration 
Wilson. Ethan Lee 
1019 Green Circle 
Gasu-ima. NC 
Social Work 
Wilson. Glenn C 
39-L Quail Hollow 
Greensboro. NC 
Industnai Technology 
Wilson, Gregorv- A 
3500 ■15th Avenue 
Hillcrest HGT , MD 
Mechanical Engineenng 
Wilson, Gregory 0. 
Rte 1 Boi 617 
Eden. NC 
Computer Science 



Wilson. Walter 
711 Vickery Drive 
Charlotte. NC 
Computer Science 
Wmchester, Woodrow W- 
912 Fairgreen R 
Greensboro, NC 
Industnai Engineenng 
Wither^poon. Dar\-1 B. 
9403 Deer Run C. 
Charlotte. NC 
Busmess .Admmistration 
Withers poon. Lome M. 
109 North Maple 
Durham. NC 
Home E^nocDics 
Wood. Wendy A. 
Poet Office Boi 5441 
Greensboro. NC 
Occupational Safety & Health 
Woodard. Timothv 
Rt. 5 Boi 467 
Wilson. NC 



Wooding. Arthur McKinley 
1439 Ml Pleasant 
Philadelphia. PA 
Mechanical Engineering 
Woodruff, Rhonda D. 
6776 S- 27 Street 
Omaha. N'E 
-Accounting 

Woods. Vincent WUbur 
1214 Chaplin Street 
Washington, DC 
Economics 
Wooten. PanieU M- 
512 Bunche Dnve 
Goldsboro, NC 
Administrative Services 
Womeis. Febcia E. 
19 King Street 
Savannah, G.A 
.Architectural Engineenng 
Wosen. -Arava 
Post Office Boi 2065! 
Greensboro, NC 
Mechanical Engineenng 
Wngbt, John K. 
Rte 4 Boi 816 
High Point. NC 
Business .Administration 
Wnght, Tammy D. 
2403 N 4oth Street 
Milwaukee. WI 
Business Administration 
Wynn. Gloria K. 
604 Richardson 
Greensboro. NC 
Speech 4 Theater .Arts 
Yelverton. Otis D 
450" H Lawndde 
Greensboro. NC 
.Accounting 
Young. Anna V. 
Posi Office Box 212 
Madison, NC 
English (Professional* 
Young, Stephen St- Clair 
Obermeyer Street 
Greensboro, NC 
Architectural Engineering 
Vourse, Reginald R 
-7 Manard Court 
Greensboro. NC 
Political Science 
Zackery-, Kim .A. 
1425 First Street 
Washington. DC 
Electrical Engineenng 



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CENTENNIAL 
CELEBRATION . 



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has a Mammoth Task in training the Alumni Band. 





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JUNE C. KEARNEY 



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Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities & Colleges 




TONJA LYNETTE LEE 



VERONICA LYNCH 



NAJIYYAH MUQTASID 



MICHAEL K. NEAL 



PAMELA M. MARTIN 




TINA CAESTINE NTUEN 



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Universities & Colleges 



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CLIFTON L. SMITH 



EMMA JEAN STALLINGS 



ERIC TICHAY 



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GRETCHEN L. WARNER 



JOY L. WILKERSON 



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SHERELL RENEE WILLIAMS 




TORI DEANENE WILLIAMS 




WILLIAM MAURICE WILLS 



RHONDA D. WOODRUFF 



152 



REFLECTIONS 



BETA KAPPA CHI SCIENTIFIC HONOR SOCIETY 




i 








Seniors 

Therese Barber 
Tawanna Dixon 
Margaret Kanipes 
Ton W illiams 



Juniors 

Diane Barber 
Candance Hamlin 
Emma Stallmgs 



Graduate Student 

Pauhna Redds 



THE BETA NU ZETA CHAPTER OF ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. 
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS FOR 1989-90 



Rhonda A. Byers 
Kimberly L. Harris 



Angela L. Mahoney 
Angel R. Miller 



Sophia M. Parker 



COOPERATIVE EDUCATION GRADUATING SENIORS 1989-90 



Kyle L. Bearden 
Donna M. Caldwell 
Habib Chaudry 
Randall Clark 
John I. Dobbins Jr. 
DesireeS. Drew 
Elijah Drew Jr. 
Milion .\. Earle 
Paula Faulkner 
Kristopher N. Feaster 
Collins R. Geter 
Parminder Ghuman 
Charlene Graham 
Gary B. Grantham 
Bernadine B. Hudson 
Donna Hulen 
Pamela D. Jordan 
Alfred K, Leak 



Veda E- Lewis 
Gina L. Lofton 
John L;.on Jr 
Roslin K. Maddox 
.'Angela Manning 
Janie T. Morning 
Brian S. Oakley 
Donald Patrick 
Jonathan M. Reason 
Jennifer D. Riddick 
Davis N. Rogers 
Terry M. Sanders 
Ramona T. Shaw 
Joe L. Simmons 
Tonja J. Thomas 
.Alan F walker 
Don Wellman 
Eddie \\ ilhams Jr 



ETA KAPPA NU (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) HONOR SOCIETY 



Cedric Burns 
Rita Fontell 
Talia McCray 
Chadwich Nelson 



Paul Powell 
Gayronza Rosier 
Marie Scantlebury 
Jacqueline Tyson 



GAMMA SIGMA DELTA (THE HONOR SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURE) 

Huey O- Lee 

KAPPA OMICRON PHI (HOME ECONOMICS) HONOR SOCIETY 

Huey O. Lee 
Justine Newman 

PHI ALPHA THETA INTERNATIONAL (HISTORY) HONOR SOCIETY 

Seniors 

Robert .Andrews 
Johneric Emehel 

Graduate Students 

Gail Lee Elliott 
Lafayette Reddick 




Wli 




153 



REFLECTIONS ON A BIRTHDAY AT A&T 

PI TAU SIGMA (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) HONOR SOCIETY 



Joseph M. Blum 
Thomas A. Cheslon 
Gary E. Colhns 
Marvin T Dixie 
Dinnatia J. Doster 
Kimberly D. Lloyd 
Wanda V. Lynch 



C'ynlhia A. Masscy 
Curtis A. Randolph 
James R. Ricl^s 
Jennifer D. Riddicl< 
Davis N. Rogers 
Paula Souiherland 
Dwight V. Squire 



Michael D Walton 



PSI CHI (PSYCHOLOGY) NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Tonya Bihby 
Marcia Burrell 
Nichelle Carter 
Vickie Dixon 
Millie Lnos 
Cavvana Herndon 
Christy M. Hunter 



Marcia Ingram 
Shonda Johnson 
Renita Kittrell 
Steven McLean 
Pamela Y. Moore 
Michelle Neely 
Charlene A. Speas 



SIGMA TAU DELTA INTERNATIONAL (ENGLISH) HONOR SOCIETY 

John W. Hodge Adri-Anne Jones 

LaVonda R. Jackson Raeshay Jones 

Shermonica E. Scott 



Zeta Chapter — ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 
INTERNATIONAL SOCIOLOGY HONOR SOCIETY 



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Ste\en R. C urelon 



Vanessa D. Hammonds 



CELEBRATION AND CHALLENGE 
"A SECOND CENTURY" 




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North Carolina Agricultural and 
Technical State University 




JOHN ALEXANDER, 

JR. 

SONYA L. ALFORD 
ROBERT ANDREWS, 

JR. 
WRIGHT ARCHER, 

III 
CHARIA M. BAILEY 
JUAN BROOKS 
K. BURTON 

BOWMAN, JR. 
WILLIAM D. CAIN 
KIMBERLY ANN 

CLARK 
PAMELA RENITA 

COMER 
ARETHEA DEE 

CREWS 
CARLO JOE DAVIS 
CANDACE RENEE 

HAMLIN 
DEXTER L. HARRIS 
CRAIG R. HARRISON 
ALISA NICHELLE 

HOPSON 
LISA NICOLE 

HOPSON 
KEITH L. HUNT 
SANDRA J. JONES 
TAMMY GWYNN 

JOHNSON 
JUNE CARITA 

KEARNEY 
TONJA LYNETTE 

LEE 
VERONICA LYNCH 
ANDREW L. 

MARKENETE 
UDOEUPO 

MALACHY 
BRUCE MAPP 
PAMELA ME- 
CHELLE MARTIN 



NAJIYYAH 

MUQTASID 
MICHAEL KEVIN 

NEAL 
TINA CAESTINE 

NTUEN 
LEOTIS L. PARISH 
TAMMY YVETTE 

PARKER 
ARTHUR PARKS, III 
KIMBERLY NICOLE 

PITT 
JOTHANY D. SHARPE 
DARRELL L. SIMPSON 
CLIFTON L. SMITH 
KIMBERLY 

MICHELLE SLEDGE 
EMMA JEAN 

STALLINGS 
LISA ANN 

SWERINGEN 
ERIC TICHAY 
MELVIN L. TUCKER 
GRETCHEN L. 

WARNER 
JOY L. WILKERSON 
ROSLIND R. 

WILLIAMS 
SHERELL RENEE 
WILLIAMS 
TORI DEANENE 

WILLIAMS 
WILLIAM MAURICE 

WILLS 
RHONDA D. 

WOODRUFF 



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Dr. Samuel D. Proctor 

1991 - Keynote Speaker 

Spring Convocation 







Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, former President (1961-1964) of A&T, is a professor of education in the Graduate School 
of Education (Martin Luther King Memorial Chair) at Rutgers University, which is located in New Brunswick, New 
Jersey. He is also the Senior Minister of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York City. He is an alumnus of Virginia 
Union University (1942), and Boston University (1950), earning the Doctorate at the latter in Ethics. Other graduate 
study was done in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, where he served as Dean. He was appointed President 
of Virginia Union in 195.5 and served until 1960. 

From 1964-1969, he held administrative positions with the Peace Corps in Nigeria and Washington, the National 
Council of Churches, the Office of Economic Opportunity, The Institute for Services to Education and the University 
of Wisconsin. Dr. Proctor has traveled in the far East and the Arab States, Eastern Europe, The Soviet Union, Africa, 
New Zealand and to other parts of the world. He holds many distinguished service awards, Honorary Doctorate Degrees 
and others. 



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REFLECTIONS ON A BIRTHDAY 



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ABOl'T 1910. 




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centennial celebration. (1976) 



Members of the A&M (A&T) Band pose in front of the old Dudley Building in 1913. 



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A CENTENNIAL 1991 
CELEBRATION 



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PROGRAMS ARE SPONSORED TO SERVE AS A VEHICLE F^OR STUDENTS SEARCHING FOR A SYSTEM- 
ATIC METHOD TO ADJUST TO COLLEGE LIVING. WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, LECTURES, AND BFITTER P'OOD 
PREPARATION SESSIONS ARE HELD. THESE PROGRAMS ARE SPONSORED FOR DEVELOPING AN UNDER- 
STANDING OF INTERNAL POLITICS, ACQUIRING A BROAD INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE, AND WORKING 
CLOSELY WITH CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS. 

SEVERAL SESSIONS ARE HELD TO IDENTIFY A SET OF CHARACTERISTICS WHICH BEST DESCRIBE 
OUR EXTREMELY DIVERSE POPULATION OF COMMUTING STUDENTS. 









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1989-90, OUTGOING 
IISS A & T, MICHELE CRAWLEY 





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dant, Escort Quentin M. Stevens; Kim Smith Second Attendant, Es- 
cort Delvert Cole; June C. Kearney Third Attendant, Escort Gregory 
Long; and Ginger Jenkins Fourth Attendant, Escort Kevin Graves. 





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annual HOMECOMING PARADE, was Grand Marshall, Virginia McKee. We 
placed her there because of her ability to inspire and work cooperatively with 
people of mankind. 



HOMECOMING 



Chancellor Edward B. Fort and Ponce DeLeon Tidwell, President of Student 
Government Association and Alumni President, Clarence Knight pleases a ca- 
pacity crowd of more than 15,000. 





Parade announcers sat on the roof of RON MCNAIR and 
guided the parade from start to finish. This marks the second 
year for announcing the parade participants. We thank 
Yvonne Anderson, A. B. Cook, Mary Barbee, Dorothy Bailey, 
Douglas Boone, University Police, Dennis Selby, ROTC 
Units, and Physical Plant staff. 




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THE CROWNING OF MISS NORTH CAROLINA 
AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 




Sharron K. Jenkins is a Senior, Chemistry Major, in the College of Arts and Sciences. Her career Goal is to obtain a Ph.D in Pathology. She has received many awards 
and became the wmner of the BLACK HALL OF FAME PAGEANT. SHARRON HAS A LOVELY PERSONALITY WITH MANY TALENTS. SHARRON WE LOVE 



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QUEENS AND ESCORTS REPRESENTING 
ORGANIZATIONS 




Angela Q. Alston 

EPSILON PI TAU 

David L. Miller 




Victoria Kartell 

ACEI 

Ricardo Reid 




Staci Barrett 

PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY 

Reginald Alston 



Carolvn Bell 

DIGIT CIRCLE 

Delvert Cole 




Juanita Boger 

ARMY ROTO 

Anthony McGowan 



Keisha Boggan 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY 

Marion Barnes 



Gavnelle Bowden 

BIOLOGY CLUB 

Duane Garner 



Saundra Brooks 

SME 
Mark Seawright 




Maya Brown 

INTRAMURAL SPORTS 

Russell Jones. Ill 




Charlotte Bruton 
SCOTT HALL-B 
Robert Saunders 



Dejuanna Brvant 
RHO Epsilon 
Gary Patterson 



Fredricka Bryant 

MORROW HALL 

Eric Crump 



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QUEENS AND ESCORTS 
REPRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS 




Velma Buie 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Robert Smith 



Angela Butler 

CURTIS HALL 

William Waterman 



Rhonda Bvers 

GREENSBORO AGGIE CLUB 

Anthony Tucker 



Andrea Caison 

ALOBEAEM 

Cornelius Davis 







Adrienne Campbell 

SUAB 

Rod McLean 



Robin Campbell 

QUEENS CLU 

Bennie Brewington 



Charletta Carter 

NAACP 
Kirby Ransom 



Karla Cox 

SPEECH PATHOLOGY 

Larry Pratt 





'Cherie Creecy 


April Davis 


Marcie Delk 


Marian Dilahunt 


HALIFAX/NORTHHAMPTON 


UNIVERSITY CHOIR 


EXCLUSIVE MARYLAND 


AFRICAN HERITAGE CENTER 


CLUB 


Anthony Gilmore 


Tobin Wilson 


Ron Brisco 


Corey Sextan 









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QUEENS AND ESCORTS 
REPRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS 




Karen Dixon 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 

Chris Geiger 



Felicia Faulcon 

SAM 

David Mims 



Mar\' Ellerbee 

JUDICIARY COUNCIL 

Howard Sanders 




Sonja Finlev 

NY/NJ CONNECTION 

Mejai Dyson 




Sonva Evans 

ALEX HALEY HALL 

Zanda Brvant 



Valerie Evans 

KAPPA KAPPA PSI 

Antonio Wilder 




Tossha Frnaklin 

FAYETTEVILLE AGGIE CLUB 

Hien Hall 



Carla Gibbs 

GOSPEL CHOIR 

Chris Miller 




Katrice Goodrum 
HOLLAND Hall 
Anthony White 



Beverlv Grate 

ASCE 

Charles McCullough 



Aprill J. Hart 

ACS 

Roosevelt Long. Jr. 



Michelle Hines 

GOLDSBORO AGGIE CLUB 

Dion Hopkins 



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QUEENS AND ESCORTS 
REPRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS 




Tiffanv Hines Dawn Hockadav 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS 

Marvin Walton Christophe McCray 



Shatan Jefferies 

SIGMA GAMMA RHO 

Trey McCrae 



Acquinetta Johnson 

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Marc Williams 



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TRANSPORTATION 

Marcus Alford 




Dara Kendall 

AICHE 
Bantee Hall 



Lori King 

PERSHING RIFLES 

Sam Richardson 



Nicole Klavford 

AIR FORCE ROTC 

Vince Nyanor 




Karon Lawrence 


Benita Lee 


Tonja L. Lee 


Sharon Lindsev 


W-SAC 


ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 


UNIVERSITY POLICE 


BROTHERS IN CHRIST 


Rod Doughrey 


Harold Liley. 11 


Troy Hawkins 


Michael Stevens 



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QUEENS & ESCORTS REPRESENTING 

ORGANIZATIONS 




Cherie Lipscomb 

PHILLYS FINEST 

Joe Scoit 




Andrea Maddox 

FINANCIAL MOT. ASSOCL\TION 

Tony Foreman 



Fatima Kakenta 

MO'DEL UNIQUE 

David Hamlette 




Pamela Martin 

BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

Twavne Blackwell 




Katrina McCain 
HOLT HALL 
Kevin Milliard 



Anita McKoy 

FAEA 

Tony Cromartie 



Tonya McKoy 

ASME 

Greg West 





Rebecca Merrall 
GRADUATE STUDENTS ASSOCIA- 
TION 
Frazier Blackwell 




Renee Miller 

AMA 
David Brown 



Cheryl Mooty 
SENIOR CLASS 
James Jones, III 



Najiv\'ali Muqtasid 

ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY 

George Bishop. IV 



Cecilv Nash 

MIDWEST AGGIE CLUB 

Tony Elbert 



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QUEENS & ESCORTS REPRESENTING 

ORGANIZATIONS 




Michele Neal 

CHARLOTTE AGGIE CLUB 

Mark Howie 



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Michelle Neely 


Ekiti Nichols 


DonneUa Olds 


PSI CHI 


DURHAM AGGIE CLUB 


NCA & TYDC 


M. D. Cox 


David Howerton 


Lewis Griffin 







Michelle Phifer 

PHI MU ALPHA 

Jimmy Cheek 



Kvmberli Powell 

AIAS 

Donald Pressley, Jr 




Sophia Pratt 

OPEN ARMS 

Rick Green 



Angela Ramsey 
KON 




' Kathy Reaves 

PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

Paul Richardson 



Dawn Roberson 

NSAE 
Elmer Jefferies 



Eugenia Robinson 

ISA 

Herbert Nelson 



Jean Rogers 

FOOD SCIENCE 

Daryl Glenn 



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QUEENS & ESCORTS REPRESENTING 

ORGANIZATIONS 




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Pam Sellars 

ASO 

Thomas Kirklev 



Janice Smith 

ASAE 
Greg Tyson 



Monique Smith 

NAIT 

Mark Bell 



Crystal Stradford 

MORRISON HALL 

Ron Rollins 





Andrea Sydnor 

IEEE 
Sean Blalock 



Teola Thomas 
Jerome Redmon 




Camilla Thompson 

SNEA 

Ian Solomon 



Kim Thompson 

BARBEE HALL 

Kiley Sharp 




Robin Thompson 

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS 

Demond Alexander 



Tracy Uzzell 

PI TAU SIGMA 
Donovan Kirkland 



Klietti Walker 

NSBE 
Masco Settles 



Staci Walton 

PRE-VET CLUB 

Odell Jones 



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QUEENS AND ESCORTS REPRESENTING 
ORGANIZATIONS 




Tamu Washington 

SCOTT C 

Jamil Williams 



Lavonne Webster 

WOMEN'S COUNCIL 

Charles Wilhams 



Kim Williams 

ASSOC. OF GENERAL CONTR. 

Michael Leathers 




Robin Williams 

VANSTORY HALL 

Nian Avery 



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Rosiland Williams 

ENGLISH CLUB 

Derek Wilson 



Davetta Woods 

HAMPTON ROADS 

Rod Harper 




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HOMECOMING SHOWS - SPONSORED 

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 

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THIS OCCASION IS ONE IN A LIFETIME FOR MANY OF US AT A&T, AS 
WE ASSEMBLE FOR PROGRAMS IN OBSERVANCE OF 100 YEARS OF SU- 
PERB SERVICES AND PROGRESS. HOWEVER, WE HAVE VISIONS FOR A 
SECOND CENTURY. IN KEEPING WITH THE THEME OF "CELEBRATION 
AND CHALLENGE: A SECOND CENTURY" THIS YEAR, IT IS MOST APPRO- 
PRIATE TO INCLUDE THE UNIVERSITY'S GENESIS AND LEARN MORE 
ABOUT ITS PEOPLE. 



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MR. ROBERT PETERS, DIRECTOR SHAW FOOD SERVICE 



MRS. RAMONA HALL, COORDINATOR OF BANQUET & SPECIAL 
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YES! THIS IS CHARTER DAY 



HAPPY BIRTHDAY A&T 



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STUDENTS ENJOYING 

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY A&T 




100 YEARS! 



WE PAUSE TO GIVE 
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Career Planning And Placement 



Pegg>' Oliphant 
Coordinator of Scheduling 




Yvonne Foust 
Secretary 



Brenda McGibboney 
Secretary 



The Career Planning and Placement Center at North CaroHna A. and T. State University has as its major objective the procure- 
ment of satisfactory, temporary, part-time summer or permanent employment for students, prospective graduates and alumni of 
the University. Other objectives and services for students include the arrangement of individual and group conference for career 
counseling purposes and the scheduling of interviews between interested students and representatives of various employing firms, 
government agencies, business, and school administrators. Services are always performed with a conscientious and sincere interest 
for both prospective employers and employees. A minimum service charge will be assessed to the alumnus of the University to off- 
set service rendered. The Placement Office is located in Room 101, Murphy Hall. 



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Counseling Services 




Mrs. Pamela L. Valadez 
Counselor and Coordinator of Minority Student Affairs 




Mrs. Carlotta Baker 
Counselor 



Mrs. Tammy Dixon 
Counselor 








Mrs. Gladys Corbitt 
Secretary 



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Dr. James Sibert 

Assistant Director of 

Counseling 



Mrs. Marva Watlington 
Counselor 



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COMPUTER CENTER 




Mrs. Carolyn Wright 
Secretary 



Mrs. Ethel Chiles-Hearne 
Secretary 



Mr. Lonnie Cathey 
Computer Operator 



Mr. Linwood Blanchard 
Computer Operator 




Mr. Larry Hardy 
Computer Operator 



Mrs. Cislyn Gayle 
Computer Operator 




Mrs. Gloria Dyson 
Computer Operator 



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HEALTH CENTER 




DR. FLOTILLA WATKINS 
PHYSICIAN 



DR. CHARLES FRAZIER 
PHYSICIAN 



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Secretary 




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Mrs. Yvonne Neal 
Staff 



Mrs. Lynn Clay 
Secretary 



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HEALTH CENTER 




Mrs. Linda Bowling 
Director 




The Sebastian Health Center is supervised by a nurse-direc- 
tor. All students are eligible for health care in the student health 
center if they have paid the student health fee as part of their 
general University fee. Basic components of the Health Service 
Program are Medical Services, Nursing Services and Laboratory 
Services. 



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Mr. James Toon 
Director, Cooper Hall 



Mr. Frederick Stocks 
Director, Scott Hall B 





Mrs. Ruth Meachum 
Director. Gamble Hall/Holt 



Mr. James White 
Director, Haley Hall 





Mr. Ronnie Tate 
Director, Scott Hall C 



Mrs. .Judy Rashid 
Director. Barbee Hall 






Ms. Linda Inman 
Director, Morrison Hall 



Mrs. Mary Smith 
Director, Morrow Hall 



Mr. Moses Kamara 
Director. Scott Hall A 




Mrs. Addie Widemon 
Director, Holland Hall 




Ms. Alicia Devane 
Director, Vanstorv Hall II 



Ms. Kitty Maddox 
Director, Curtis Hall 




Mrs. Linda Hunter-Hopkins 
Secretary 



Ms. Irene Oliver 
Processing Clerk 



Rev. Morris Lewis 
Housing 



Mr. James Harrison 
Housing 



HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE 




Mrs. Mavis Brimage 




Old 

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Hall 



Mr. Ronald Vines 



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Mrs. Debra Dean-Lindsay 



Mrs. Toni Powell 



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BLUFORD LIBRARY SERVICES 



Mrs. Alene C. Young. Director 



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Staff 



John Akonful 


Gwen Harris 


Dorothy Lightford 


Lloyd Russell 


Lavonne Bivins 


Lauretta Ha\'ner 


Miaian Lindsay 


Renalda Sanders 


Rosalind D. Blackmore 


Minora M. Hicks 


Inez Lvons 


Clifton C. Sawyerr 


EvehTi V. Blount 


James R. Jarrell 


Hilda McKee 


Florine Stafford 


Arneice Bowen 


Katherine Jarrell 


Madgeline Nash 


Alva W. Stewart 


Joyce L. Caldwell 


Bettye T. Jenkins 


Euthena Newman 


Allie L. Thompson 


Waltrene Canada 


Tijuana Jordan 


Igoki Nkonge 


Felicia Troxler 


Sharon C. Edwards 


Moonok Kim 


Mozelle J. Porter 


Jean Williams 


Elijah J. Fisher. IV 


Veronica E. Lakes 


C^thia G. Robinson 


Linda Williams 


Rebecca M. Floyd 


Eleanor W. Lea 


Catherine Roseboro 


CorneUus Young, Jr 


Clara Harris 











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Memorial Union Staff 




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Grace Finley 



Elwood Edwards 



Clyde Buwden 



Patricia Miile 



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Mattie Smith 



Vernell Stallings 



The Memorial Union began operations in the Spring Semester of the 1966-67 aca- 
demic year. It is a "Community Center" serving diverse needs. It embraces a wide variety 
of facilities and performs a multiplicity of functions. 

The facilities include: Lounges, Reading Room, Student Organization Meeting 
Rooms, Game Rooms, Ballroom, Office Spaces, Bowling Lanes, and Snack Bar, Barber 
Shop, Beauty Shop, and Guest Rooms. 

Additionally, the Memorial Union serves as a Student Activity Headquarters, Recre- 
ation Center, Cultural Center, Ticket Bureau, Public Relations Agency, Art Gallery, and 
Workshop Center. 

The Physical proximity provides co-curricular community for students, faculty alum- 
ni and publics served by the University. The Memorial Union Facilitates a positive social, 
recreational and cultural mission. 




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Faye Caple 



Jacquelyn Baxter 



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Leann Jones 




Alonzo Rucker 



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Mr. Jing Yoon 



Mr. Michael Jacobs 



Mr. Willie Knight 



Mr. Carl Hannah 




Mr. Donald F. House 



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Physical Plant Staff 




Mr. Douglas Boone 



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ity for all incoming equipment. There are more than 250 employees who oversees proper cleaning 
and maintenance of buildings and grounds. 



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Officer Charles Cooper 




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Officer Durand Dulin 






Officer Pamela Feaster 





Officer William Gilchrist 



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Sgt. Charles Jenkins 



Officer Lenora Lee 



Officer Linwood Moore 



University Police 




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Lt. Lewis W. Nelson 



Officer Charles Phelps 



Officer Cindy Poole 



Officer Andrea Powell 





Officer Fred Ruffin 



Officer Fred Slade 



Lt. Richetta Slade 



Officer Johnnv Smith 




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Officer Robert Ward 



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Administrative Assistants 

Supportive Staff 




Gail Barger 



Carolyn Crosson 



Venetia Fisher 




Idella Jones 



Elvenor Botwe 



Yvonne Dewar 



Olivia Hamilton 



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Leonora Bryant 





Carrie Drake 





Rita M. Headen 





Carolyn Caldwell 
Assistant to the Chancellor 




Annie Caldwell 




Vicki Fairbanks 




Joyce Johnson 




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Henrietta Largent 



Peggy Lett 



Arthelia S. Lomax 




Sharon Martin 
Lafrieda McKie 
Beverly McLeud 
Rosetta McNeil 



Barbara Miller 
Alice Monroe 
Gracie Potts 
Annie Purcell 



Ernestine Rankin 
Andrea Robertson 
Nettie Rowland 
Brenda Savage 



Claudelia H. Scott 
Sharon S. Johnson 
Margaret Simmons 
Pegg>' Smith 



Deioris Thompson 
Daisy Tonkins 
Glenice Troxler 
Barbara Turman 



Deborah Underwood 
Minnie C. Void 
Sharon Waldrum 
Patricia Wall 



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Donna Bass 
Fiscal Affairs 



Barney Black 
Physical Plant 



Virginia Brown 
Personnel 



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Physical Plant 







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Lavern Carter 
Fiscal Affairs 



Tana L. Donnell 
ROTC 



Sandra Cook 
Art Department 




Shirley Douglass 
Summer School 



Nancy Cuthrell 
School of Education 



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Patsy Frazelle 
Ticket Office Manager 



Andrea Davis 
Budget Office 




Leonard Oriffin 
Physical Plant 



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Kay Harris 
Student Support Services 



Supportive Staff 




Marion Jenette 
Physical Plant 



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Helen Junes 
Athletic Department 



Richard Lea 
Heating Plant 




Joyce Maddox 
Cashiers Office 



JacqueUne McMillan 
A&T Foundation 



Rubye Reid 
Student Support Services 



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Audrey Riddick 
Budget Office 



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WE LOVE YOU A&T 




STUDENTS . . . KEY TO FUTURE SUCCESS 





HAPPY BIRTHDAY A&T 



AN AGGIE CELEBRATION 




A&T . . . WORTHY TO BE PRAISED 




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HEAD COACH - WILLIAM "BILL" HAYES 




Bill Ha\es has had great success in the toothall 
arena since his collegiate da\ s at North Carolina Cential. 
where he started tor tour \ears and earned All-America 
honors. Ha\es has brought that successful philosoph\ to 
Nonh Carolina A&T. 

Hayes entered the coaching profession on the 
high school le\el in Gretna. VA. where he coached for 
one season. .After se\ en \ears on the high school circuit. 
Ha\es uas tabbed as the oltensne backtleld coach and 
top recruiter at Wake Forest L ni\ersit\ . Ft)ur\ears later. 
Hayes found hmiself in line tor the top job at Winston- 
Salem State. 

Hayes took the reins at W inston-Salem State at a 
lime when the Rams had suffered one of the longest 
losing periods in the schools historv . During a 14-\ear 
span, from 1 462 to I ^Hb. the Rams t\\ o bright spots w ere 
aCIA.-X Southern Di\ ision Crown in 1471. followed by 
a winning campaign in 1472. Hayes quickis forged a 
new directit)!! tor the football program. 

After a losing season in his first \ear. the Ranis 
became a dominant force in the CI. A .-X. [;mplo\ ing a \ecr 
offense, the team took the Cl.\.\ title in 1477 and 147S. 
The Rams also hail the distinction ol being the luinihe: 
one team in Di\ ision II v\ ith tw o consecutiv e undefeated 
regular season marks of K)-t). 

In 1 474. the Rams record slipped to S-2- 1 . For the 
iieM two years. Ha\es" team postetl ■>-.> records. 



"With the talent and enthusiasm that this 
team has, we feel very confident that we can 
be very competitive this season." 

Coach Haves 



In h'S2. the Rams tlroppeii to a low of 3-7. The 
tollowmg \ear. Ha\es instituted a new Wing-T olTense. 
and the Rams rebounded with a Mil regular season 
record, and again took the CFA.A Southern Division 
Crown. 

In I4S4. the Rams repeated as Southern Di\ ision 
Champs w ith a record of 4- 1 . The folk)w ing tv\ o \ ears. 
148.^ and I4S6. saw the team trom \V inston-Salem State 
earning their thinl ami fourth title. 

Haves got the nod and came aboard as team boss 
of the .Aggies after the 1487 season. With most of the 
.Aggies V eterans lost to graduation, the new coach faced 
a fomiidable challenge as he geared up for the I4SS 
season. Haves experienced his worst season as a coach. 
compiling a 2-4-0 record in SS. Last year his squad pui 
together a 5-M) season as thev started back on the road 
to recovery. 

As he looks ahead to the 1440 campaign. Haves 
is ver\ optimistic that this team will be one to be reck- 
oned with in the MEAC and the nation. "We have put 
together a good tbundation of verv good athletes." saul 
Hayes. "We have some good football plavers retunimg. 
and we have had a good recruiting year. Not onlv that, 
we have set some team goals. With the talent and 
enthusiasm that this team has. w e are hopeful that we can 
be very competitive this year." 

.A native of Durham. NC. Haves received the 
bachelor ot science degree in phvsical education in 146.^ 
trom NCCL'. and in 1475 was awarded the master's o\' 
science degree from .A&T. Haves and his wife Carolvn. 
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Defensive Line 




John S. Eder 
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Linwood Ferguson 
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Kenneth A. PhilUps 
Linebackers 



Joseph Godette 
Offensive Coordinator 





Ricky Camp 
Wide Receivers 




Jim Toon 
Defensive Line 



Mark Sanders 
Running Backs 



Ralph Brown 
Defensive Secondary 



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ATHLETIC SUPPORT STAFF 





THOMAS BYNUM 
ATHLETIC TRAINER 



Thomas Bynum is now in his 22nd season as the head athletic trainer at North Carolina 
A&T. A native of Chapel Hill, NC, Bynum played basketball and baseball while a student at 
A&T. He received the BS degree in physical education in 1956. In 1969 Bynum returned to 
his alma mater as athletic trainer after serving in the US Amiy. Among the A&T athletes, he 
is affectionately referred to as "Mister B." 

One of the leading practitioners in the field of sports medicine, Bynum has received 

national recognition for his contributions to his chosen profession. During the course of his career, Bynum has been 

selected to tour with United States amateur teams abroad. He has traveled to Europe, China and the Soviet Union. 

He served as a trainer for the track team in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. "Mister B" and his wife Yvonne are 

the parents of an 18 year old daughter, Nicole. 




THERON THOMAS 
EQUIPMENT MANAGER 

Theron Thomas returns for his seventh season as the A&T equipment manager. Prior to 

coming to A&T, Thomas held a similar position at the University of the District of Columbia. 

A native of Washington, DC, Thomas is an avid music fan and an accomplished guitarist, 



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SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Charles E. Mooney is in his first year as Sports Information Director (SID) at A&T. Mooney 
[brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his new position. He comes to A&T from Fort 
Valley State College (GA), where he served as director of the Wildcat sports information office 
I for two seasons. 

Prior to that, Mooney was photographer and assistant SID at Norfolk State University, where 
his primary sports assignment was handling media relations for the women's sports program. While at NSU, 
Mooney worked with the 1988 AAU/Soviet Junior Boys Basketball Tour as press assistant. He also served as a 
statistician for the 19 & Under National AAU Basketball Championship held in Norfolk. 

Mooney is a graduate of Fayetteville State University, where he earned the B A degree in political science. Aftei 
graduation, he joined the staff of FSU as an information/communication specialist and staff photographer in the 
public relations office. He was the editor of the Chancellor's Newsletter, and advisor to the student newspaper. He 
later served as a media specialist in a new program funded by Title III. 

Prior to his return to college, Mooney served ten years in the Army as a meteorologist and public affairs 
specialist. He attended graduate school at Norfolk State, where he studied mass communications. He is currently 
working on his master's thesis. Mooney is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America 
(CSIDA), Black College Sports Information Director's Association (BCSIDA), and the U.S. Basketball Writers 
Association (USBWA). He currently serves as a member of CSIDA 's committee on Job Attrition and Guidance. 
He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. 



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Eric Alston, Offensive Guard 

Paul Bailey, Center 

Alonza Barnett, Defensive Back 

Linwood Bowers, Center 

Rudy Brown, HaltT3ack 



Anthony Carringtun. Fullback 

Willie Cooke, Linebacker 

William Cooper, Fullback 

Dexter Davis, Quarterback 

Steve Davis. Defensive Back 



Ronald Edwards. Defensive 

Tackle 

Charles English. Offensive Guard 

Victor Floyd. Linebacker 

Mike Gilchrist, Nose Guard 

Reggie Glover 



Ernest Garner, Center 

Kirk Graham, Nose Guard 

Leon Graham, Offensive Tackle 

Robert Graham, Defensive End 

Patrick Home, Offensive Tackle 



Donald Hunt, Defensive Back 

Jay Jones, Defensive Back 

Sherwood Jones, Linebacker 

James Lancaster, Fullback 

Richard Lide, Offensive Guard 



Kevin Little. Defensive End 

Connell Maynor. Quarterback 

Dee Moye, Defensive Back 

Russell McClain. Halfback 

Turhan McGuire, Wide Receiver 



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Larry Orie, Wide Receiver 

Carl Paige, Quarterback 

Anthony Parker, Quarterback 

Lopez Pettis, Defensive Back 



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Stevie Prince, Half Back 
Reggie Robertson, Linebacker 
Bobby Robinson. Offensive Guard 
Jack Sharpe, Tight End 
Craig Thompson, Tight End 



Knox Thompson. Defensive Tackle 
James Turner, Wide Receiver 
Alfred Twitty. Line Backer 
Bennie Walker, Center 
Billy Wehunt, Kicker 



Reggie White, Defensive Tackle 
Charles Williams. Fullback 
Kevin Williams, Offensive Guard 
Kevie Wilkins, Wingback 
James Witherspoon. Defensive Back 



Adrian Pearson 
Wide Receiver 



Not Pictured: 

Chad Armstrong, Linebacker 
Walter Bufford, Defensive Back 
Eric Crump. Offensive Tackle 
Laton Jackson, Wide Receiver 
Chris McCarroll, Defensive Tackle 
Dorell Morrison, Defensive Back 



Tony Williams 
Fullback 









Kevin Acker, Half Back 
Doug Blackwell, Offensive Guard 
Kevin Daveport, Quarterback 
Sam Davis, Defensive Back 
Roosevelt Douglas. Halfback 



Sam Hairston, Linebacker 
Michael Hicks, Offensive Tackle 
Julian Mercer, Tight End 
Delaney McKinnon, Linebacker 
Larry Latter, Wide Receiver 



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Nov. 27 UNC-CHARLOTTE CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Nov. 30 Mississippi Valley Coliseum 

Dec. 1 North Carolina Central Coliseum 

Dec. 7-8 Southwest Missouri Tournament Springfield, MO 

Dec. 15 UNC-Wilmington Wilmington, NC 

Dec. 27 Seton Hall South Orange, NJ 

Jan. 5 HOWARD UNIVERSITY* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 7 MORGAN STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 9 Coppin State* Baltimore, MD 

Jan. 12 Bethune Cookman* Daytona Beach, FL 

Jan. 14 Florida A&M* Tallahassee, FL 

Jan. 19 Delaware State* Dover, DE 

Jan. 21 Maryland Eastern Shore* Princess Anne,'MD 

Jan. 23 UNC-Greensboro Coliseum 

Jan. 26 BETHUNE COOKMAN* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 28 FLORIDA A&M* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 2 DELAWARE STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 4 MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 7 Winston Salem State Winston Salem, NC 

Feb. 9 S.C. STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 12 Boston University Boston, MA 

Feb. 16 Howard University* Washington, DC 

Feb. 18 Morgan State* Baltimore, MD 

Feb. 20 COPPIN STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 23 S.C. State* Orangeburg, SC 

Feb.28-Mar 2 MEAC Tournament Norfolk VA 

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HOME GAMES PLAYED AT CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 



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CHRIS JOHNSON 



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THOMAS GARNER 



JIMMY HUMPHRIES 





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KEVIN MUMFORD 



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Nov.26 WINSTON-SALEM STATE CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Nov.28 BENNETT COLLEGE GREENSBORO, NC 

Dec. 1 COASTAL CAROLINA CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Dec. 3 WESTERN CAROLINA CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Dec. 5 North Carolina St Raleigh, NC 

Dec. 8 Coastal Carolina Conway, SC 

Dec. 11 Campbell University Buies Creek NC 

Jan. 5 HOWARD UNIVERSITY* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 7 MORGAN STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 9 Coppin State* Baltimore, MD 

Jan. 12 Bethune Cookman* Daytona Beach FL 

Jan. 16 UNC-CHARLOTTE CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 19 Delaware State* Dover, DE 

Jan. 21 Maryland Eastern Shore* Princess Anne, MD 

Jan. 23 UNC-Greensboro ' Greensboro NC 

Jan. 26 BETHUNE COOKMAN* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Jan. 30 Western Carolina Cullowhee NC 

Feb. 2 DELAWARE STATE* CORBETT isPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 4 MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 7 Winston-Salem State Winston-Salem NC 

Feb. 9 S.C. STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 1 1 WINTHROP COLLEGE CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 13 East Carolina Greenville, NC 

Feb. 16 Howard University* Washington, DC 

Feb. 18 Morgan State* Baltimore, MD 

Feb. 20 COPPING STATE* CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 

Feb. 23 S.C. State* Orangeburg, SC 

Feb.28-Mar. 2 MEAC Tournament Norfolk VA 

' MEAC Games 

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HOME GAMES PLAYED AT CORBETT SPORTS CENTER 



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The Intramural Activities Program, under the Student Affairs Divi- 
sion at North Carolina A&T State University is designed to provide 
opportunities tor students and staff memhers to participate in competi- 
tive and non-competitive, organized and informal sport activities as 
their time and interest permits. This is accomplished hy taking part in 
one or both aspects of the program. 



In organized or competitive activities, participants enter teams, par- 
ticipate in meets, leagues, tournaments, and play according to specific 
schedules. This type of competition involves prearranged facilities, 
equipment, supervision, officials, awards and recognition. Through par- 
ticipation, students develop skills, abilities and high standards of 
sportsmanship. These intramural activities become an outlet for stu- 
dents who are unable to participate in varsity sports. 

If you have questions regarding the Intramural program, please call 
334-7518 or stop by the office. 




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INTRAMURAL CALENDAR 

FALL 

Flag Football (Men 61 Women) 

Soccer 

Racquetball 

Tennis 

Jogging 

Weight Lifting 

Slimnastics (Co-Ed) 

WINTER 

Volleyball (Co-Ed) 

Basketball (Men & Women) 

Weight Lifting 

Slimnastics (Co-Ed) 

SPRING 

Weighl Lifting 

Track 

Softball (Men ii Women) 

Btnvling 

Horseshoes (Cti-Ed) 

Tennis 

Any additional sport or league may he 
organized when there is sutticient interest. 

Director: Ralph Brown 
Moore Gym, Room 107 
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Member activity 
planning begins with a 
clear conception and 
acceptance of purpose 
to be achieved. It in- 
volves examining 
what is being done 
now toward the 
achievement of these 
goals. Students are ac- 
tively involved with 
computer assign- 
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and others discuss 
materials, costs and 
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A&T State University 



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Education ... As reflected un A Birthday is considered as the total set of experi- 
ences, activities of students, faculty and staff. Many individuals face the responsibility 
of integrating the various program methods into a consistent and unified approach. 
It is here at A&T . . . where the standards and skills of cooperation, group relation- 
ships, fellowship, and leadership, are put into action. 



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Coach Bert Piggott. 




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tion at A&T. He has provided effective and efficient leadership with programs, planning and evaluating, and most of all, provided 
strategies that kept the brass shining and the program decorations and building models on a true course. 

A discussion is being held with others concerning the pros and cons in photo above. "LET'S GET HOLD OF THE VISION 
AND DO SOMETHING WITH IT!" LET IT MULTIPLY BY ENTHUSIASTICALLY SHARING THE ABUNDANCE. His 
academic contribution has promoted a strong alliance between faculty and students as its goals continue to take a holistic and 
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Parker, Pam Ayescue, Grenita Foster, Pam Carlton, Dena Rantin, Debra Lee, Glenda Home, 
Monica Kerr, Kim Smith, Melody Brown, Lori Ellis, Angle Setzer, Shanon Johnson, Lyn Isley, 
Cecily Nash, Kesha Boggan, Sonja James, Monica Smith, Holly Poole, Shawn Turner, Traci 
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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the first intercolle- 
giate Greek letter fraternity established for Black college 
students, was organized at Cornell University, Ithaca, New 
York in 1906. The first unit of this national fraternity, 
organized by college men of Afro-American descent, was 
called Alpha Chapter. The fraternity was born out of desire 
for maintaining close association and unified support for 
members of this small minority group, inasmuch as they 
were denied, for the most part, the mutual helpfulness 
which the majority of students attending their university 
regularly enjoyed. The seven visionary founders at Cornell, 
Henry Arthur Callis, Charles Chapman, Eugene K. Jones, 
George Kelly, Nathaniel Murray, Robert Ogle and Vertner 
Tandy, labored in the year of severe economic struggle and 
racial conflict in the United States. Despite their difficul- 
ties of organization in this untried field of student life, the 
early fraternity pioneers succeeded in laying a firm founda- 
tion and remained steadfast in their goals pointing toward 
development of the fraternity's membership — That is the 
espousing of the principles of good character, sound schol- 
arship, Christian fellowship and the uplifting of humanity. 

Beta Epsilon Chapter, the local satellite of Alpha, con- 
tinues to keep ALPHA PHI ALPHA, FIRST OF ALL 
BLACK GREEKS. 




CENTURIONS OF THE NILE SPRING SS" — Chris Geiger, Marion 
Barnes, Anthony Artis, Ashley Hoover, Donovan Kirkland, Derrick Taylor 




OFFICERS: Marion Barnes, Assistant Dean of Pledgees, Chris Geiger, Recording Secretary, Tyrone 
Farmer, Assistant Dean of Pledgees, Mark Seawright, Chaplain, Donovan Kirkland. Parliamentarian, 
Curtis Wilson, President, Dean of Pledgees. Ashley Hoover, Treasurer, Melvin Herring, Historian. 



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Student Government Association 







Ponce D. Tidwell, Jr. 
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Matthew Barnhill, Jr. 
Vice President of 
Internal Affairs 



Howard K. Sanders 
Vice President of 
Externa] Affairs 



Robin M. Campbell 
Secretary 




Tony B. Watlington 
Attorney General 



Nathaniel E. Powe, Jr. 
Treasurer 



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The A&T Register 

'WRITING THE WAY TOWARD THE PARAMOUNT OF 

CONSCIOUSNESS" 




Robin Alston 
Managing Editor 




Venina Carr 
Advertising Manager 



Serena L. Lowe 
Editor-in-Chief 




Shelly Burton 
Photographer 



Kimberly Dyke 
Typist 



Betsy Peoples 
Copy Editor 



Theresa Washington 
Chief Reported 



STAFF: Greg M. Williams, Campus News Editor, Lawrence Sherrod, Assoc. News Editor, B. J. Evans, Sports Editor, Bonne Lovelace, 
Business Manager, Yolande Davis, Production Manager, Keith Spraggins, Circulation Manager, Corey Cartwright, Distribution Manag- 
er, Nicole Largent, Photographer, Johnny White, Artist, Nancy Burgess, Staff Writer, Terrence Body, Staff Writer, Fatima Makenta, 
Staff Writer, Eric Short, Staff Writer, Alonzo Redmon, Business Advisor, Patricia Muhammad, News Advisor, Wade Nash, Photography 
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L-R Sharron Lindsey, President UCF, Manda Lindsey, Assistant Secretary. Ion Black, Jasmine 
Ringgold, Miss UCF, Jonathan Leath, Chris Miller. Ryan Shufford, Treasurer, Borris Leath, Ben 
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Vice President UCF 



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Beta Alpha Psi-Zeta 
Sigma Chapter 




Beta Alpha Psi 1990-91 Officers 

L-R Kimberly Ellis. President, John Alexander. First Vice President. Kimberly Clark. Second Vice 
President, Joy Wilkerson. Reporting Secretary. Carmen Gordon. Recording Secretary. Carla Gor- 
don, Treasurer, Dr. Helen Kennedy. Faculty (Vice President, not pictured! 




L-R Kimberly Clark. Arethea Crews. Veronica Lynch. Carmen Gordon. Rhonda Woodruff. Joy Wilkerson. Kimberly, David 
Wilkerson. Ivy Cobia. Maurice Wills. Tammy Parker. Gretchen Warner. Shana Patrick, Kimberly Pitt, Pamela Martin. An- 
drea Towns. Eric Tichay. Carla Gordon. John Alexander. Dexter Harris 



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Tanya P. Simmons 
Miss Blue & Gold 



MR. & MISS BLUE & GOLD and Attendants 
1990-91 




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National Engineering Honor Society 




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PLESHETTE L. WADE serves as President and Dr. Robert Howard is the Advisor. 





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The Association assist in tlie professional, educational, and social devel- 
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ADVISOR 
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The purpose is to provide an effective student leadership in the 
organization of Student Affairs and an official forum through 
which international students may express their opinions. To 
promote and broaden awareness, social and cultural exchange 
among students, faculty and committee. 



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ON NOVEMBER 17, 1911, SACRED TO ALL OMEGA 
MEN, THE OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY WAS 
BORN ON THE CAMPUS OF HOWARD UNIVERSITY. 
FOUNDERS OF THIS FIRST GREEK LETTER BLACK 
FRATERNITY ON A BLACK COLLEGE CAMPUS 
WERE EDGAR A. LOVE, OSCAR J. COOPER, FRANK 
COLEMAN, AND ERNEST E. JUST. THE FRATERNI- 
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This is the organization of the women students designed to pro- 
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women; To recommend policies and adjustments pertaining to 
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THE 1990 COMPETITION OF BLACK 

COLLEGE QUEENS 




SEPTEMBER 15, 1990 

HYATT REGENCY HOTEL 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



INDUCTION 

CEREMONY 

MISS SHARRON JENKINS 

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L-R Gerard A. Morrison, External Vice President. Deborah Ledbetter, Assis 
tant Secretary. Cheryl Edwards, ['arhamentarian, Maya H. Brown, President, 
Cheryl D. Mooty. Internal Vice President, Lisa Chestnut, Treasurer, Anthony 
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Metro-North Connection 




L-R Paul Reese, Art Coordinator, Pam Lyons, Secretary, Sherri L. Clark, Presi- 
dent, Shawn Edmonds, Treasurer. Not shown: Sonja Finley, Miss Metro North 
Connection 




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Officers 




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CELEBRATION AND CHALLENGE: A 

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Political Science Society 




L-R Deirdre Chernomas, Treasurer. Doris Day, Vice President Angelicia Simmons, President, Evelyn Leathers, Secretary, Cathy D. Armstrong, 
Tatyana Sanders, Stephanie Bethea, Assistant Secretary, Vanessa Miller. Miss Political Science. Michael A. Stevens, Mr. Political Science. Kimberly 
Treasurer, Business Manager. Caria Paige, Betsy M. Peoples, Katrina Grange, Public Relations, Deborah G. Harvey, Brendon A. Hargett, Dr. Amarji 
and James Ward 



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Rho Epsilon 




L to R. Renard Lee, Chris Lawhorne, Andrea Maddox, DeJuanna Bryant, Ernie Griffin. Dr. Jim Brown. 

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AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF 




Joanne Wimberly 
Copy Editor 



Darrin Campbell 
Editor-in-Chief 



HAPPY BIRTHDAY 
A&T "100" 



Dorothy I. Bailey 
Adviser 

Ralph Brown 
Manager 

Carrie Drake 
Typist 

Henrietta Largent 
Typist 

Wade Nash 
Photography 




Lysa Holland 
Managing Editor 



Otis Hairston 
Photography 

Haven Umstead 
Organization 

WALSWORTH 

PRINTING 

COMPANY, INC. 

Marceline, Missouri 

Wayne Wolfe 
Robert Lawson 



Gerard Morrison 
Photography 



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WNAA 90.1 located in Price Hall, Suite 200. airs seven days a week; Sunday 
through Thursday from 6:00 A.M. to 12 Midnight, Friday and Saturday 6:00 
A.M. to 2:00 A.M. Keep it on the one that is 90.1 FM where you hear the best 
of Education, Information and entertainment!!! 




Cherie Loftin. Kevin Elwood, T. Love 



WNAA Station Volunteer with Manager Tony Welborm 



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LIST OF ARTIST WHO HAVE VISITED WNNA 

90.1 FM IN THE YEAR 1990: 
FATHER MC YO YO, BARBARA WEATHERS, 

EDWIN HAWKINS 
LEXI, KEITH STATON, THE GOOD GIRLS, IN 

TOUCH, WITNESS 



L to R Artist Grady Harrell, WNAA Program Director Yvonne Anderson, and Juan Epps of RCA 
Records. 



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Operation Santa Glaus 




Dr. Hattye Lipson, Advisor 




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Student Leadership Conference 




A two day training program was jointly sponsored by the University Division of Student Affairs and Woolworth Corporation 
of New York. In the Program students learned about specific leadership behaviors through models and role play. Called experien- 
tial learning, the conference provided students with a laboratory setting in which they played out various leadership behaviors 
to determine which worked best in specific situations. From this experience, the students developed principles and methods 
of application to their leadership roles on campus. 

The conference included a banquet, featuring Dr. Edward B. Fort, and speaker from Woolworth Corporation. Reaction 
to the conference by the students was enthusiastic. 



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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State 

University 



Greensboro, North Carolina 



HONORS DAY CONVOCATION 




WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1990 
10:00 A.M. 



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RICHARD B. HARRISON AUDITORIUM 



HONORS DAY CONVOCATION 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1990 

Richard B. Harrison Auditorium 

PRESIDING : Donna Jenl 

PRELUDE "Liberty Fanfare" Jon Williams 

Chorale Prelude on "Sleepers, Wake," Johnny B. Hodge, Jr., Conductor 

INVOCATION Reverend Matthew V. Johnson 



GREETINGS. 



David Miller, SG A President 

Michelle Crawley, Miss "A & T" 

OCCASION Edward J. Hayes 

Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 

SELECTION The Heavens are Telling(from " The Creation").... Joseph Haydn 

University Choir, C.Everett Powell, Director 

HONORS PRESENTATIONS College/School Deans/Director 

AGRICULTURE Burleigh C. Webb 

ARTS AND SCIENCES A. James Hicks 

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Quiester Craig 

EDUCATION Albert Walker 

ENGINEERING Harold Martin 

NURSING Beverly Malone 

TECHNOLOGY Earl Yarbrough 

FRESHMAN ADVISEMENT/LEARNING ASST. CNTR Sandra Alexander 

RECOGNITION OF GUESTS/HONORS STUDENTS Edward B. Fort 

FROM AREA HIGH SCHOOLS Chancellor 

SELECTION "Festive Overture Opus 96" Dmitri Shostakovich 

Symphony Band, Johnny B. Hodge, Jr. Conductor 

INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Edward B. Fort 

Chancellor 

SELECTION N. C. A & T Fellowship Gospel Choir 

"Give Thanks" Ronald Jones, Director 

ADDRESS 

Dr. Velma R. Speight, Coordinator 

Guidance and Counseling Program 

University of Maryland/Eastern Shore 

Princess Anne, Maryland 

REMARKS Edward B. Fort 

Chancellor 
ALMA MATER Audience, Band and Choir 

J. J. Williams, Director 
POSTLUDE SYMPHONY BAND 

J. J. Williams, Director 



SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

Burleigh C. Webb, Dean 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Erica M Batik 
Slcven C, Haq>er 
Andrew L. Makenete 
Reginald A McDonald 
Marvin L. Waltnn 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

Thurman L. Arnngton 
Darreli A. CiMlon 
Chnsltipher O. Fisher 
Kamandayi Mbuyi Tshileo 
Shawyn L. Newton 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Chnslie D, Gardner 
Oona S Gayle 
Kjva A, Hutchison 
Christine T. Jantzcn 
TTiearayi-Mik Keo 
Sylvia G Nelson-Cainpbell 
Cynthia L Tilghman 
Thad G, Tywm 
Staci C, Walton 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Re nee Jones 



Huey O. Lee 

Najiyyah N. Muqtasid 
Karen M- Porter 
Angela D.Ramsey 
Kathy M Smith 
Sue E. SwansLin 
Ana Z Urquia 
Mary E. U7Axhukwu 
Rosalind R. Williams 

LANDSCAPE ARCHICECTURE 

Linda M. Allen 
Cynthia A, Anthony 
Richard K Bland 



Janice M Lewis 
Patnck R. Perdue 

PLANT SCIENCE 

Archie M. Benr>ett 
Anthony L. Hooks 
Lynne H. Lazzara 
Angela M- Lowman 
Michael K. Nea! 
Manon A. Sledge 
Melvin L. Tucker 
Talayna D. Wallinglon 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

A. James Hicks, Dean 



ART 

Devonne R Anihony 
Larry M. Dunston 
Lisa A- Homer 
Dvinna W Jent 
Carlos R Mathis 
James R Suits 
Nicole D Turner 
Haven S Umslead 

BIOUXJY 

Dana M Adams 
Diane A, Barber 
There se Barber 
Ion L. Black 
F- Alison Caple 
Freida M. Cash 
Tawanna B. Dixon 
Cheryl L Edwards 
Moniquc B. Freeman 
Maria N Graham 
Candace R Hamlin 
Ernest Johnson, Jr 
Michelle L Johns«»n 
Trent L J<ines 
Melanie L MacD>>nald 
Kabirah A. McGregor 
Michael E. Menefee 
Shanla D. Mi/^-ll 
Roger D. Oates 
Thomas M. Payne 
Fernanda Perry 
Mana A Pierce 
Dcnnih R, Rt>yal 
Nonnan R Sisk 
Emma J. Siallings 
Jenean N. White 

CHEMISTRY 

Javon S. Ctx>per 
Margaret I, Kanipes 
JutK C. Kearney 
Afnque I. Kilimanjaro 



Kevin E Miller 
Donneltc R Olds 
James A, Robinson 
Ton D Williams 

ENGLISH 

Michele N Bennett 
TTieresa Blanks 
Jodi T. George 
Alison R. Gwynn 
Afnca S, Hakeem 
John W. H.xJge 
Lamie G, Horton 
Lavonda R Jacks* >n 
Raeshay A Jones 
Alicia R. Richardson 
Shermoruca E, Scoii 
Cynthia A- Scurlock 
Milton E. Smith 
Natasha F. Thompson 
Thersa F Washington 
April D Wilson 
Anna V, Vexing 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

Cynthia D. Huber 

HISTORY 

Robert Andrews, Jr. 
Gary A. Cooper 
Gerald A. Cix^er 
Johnenc C. Eniehel 
Oscar M. Hotloway 
Bnan C. Minor 
Shirley T, Taylor 
Shawn R- Tuck 
Ivory Ward 
Tony B. Watlingion 

MATH & COMPUTER SCIENCE 

Noel W. Abbott. Jr. 
Paul L. Adams 



Timothy D. Archer 
Vienary D. Artis 
Vardry E Austin 
Frank J Bailey 
Mechelle E. Boger 
Donald J. Boggs 
Jay dip Bc>rah 
SarxJra D. Bowen 
Lyvette D, Bryant 
Pamela D Carlton 
Yvonne S. Coles 
Bnan D. Davis 
Ahmed J Dubose 
Dorothy Y. Faucetle 
Latasha P. Fisher 
Vincent H. Fleming 
Stephanie R, Forbes 
Kenneth H.. Gentry, Jr. 
Ann C- Gibson 
Sharon R, Hanley 
Harriet J. Hardin 
Neal L Hartgrove 
Alan K. Hayes 
Mark D, Headen 
Camela R Hill 
Robin L. Howard 
Marc Hubbard 
Maunce K, Jones 
Dana L Kerns 
Amie B. Kirhy 
Lalonya A- Lawson 
Antoinette Mack 
Germaine L, Middleton 
Latishia R. Milchener 
Allen T. Murrell 
Steven B. Pike 
Alealnce J. Porlie 
Martin A, Powell 
James E, Reid 
Paula D, Rhodes 
Eugenia L, Robinson 
Lamont D. Robinson 
Johnalhan D. Ross 
Howard K. Sanders 
Lawerence D. Sherrod 
Joe L. Sinunons 
Vincent T. Snipes 



Tonya R. StarKil 
FrarKes G. Steele 
Shannah Y. Stephens 
Willie Sykes, I 1 I 
Le^^rvard J Testa 
Andrea T Thompson 
Camilla C Thompson 
Maunce A Tyler 
Alan F. Walker 
Gregory O, Wilson 
Jean S. Wilson 
Gerald L, Woodard 
Tonya M. York 
Konstantinos Zorbas 

MUSIC 

Wanda Y. Barnes 
John E. Greerte 
Virginia C, Hicks 
Walter E, Johnson 
Vandalia W. McAdoo 
Mane M. Pittman 
Shuhurah J. Wallace 

PHYSICS 

Chnstophe L. McCray 
William E, Pendleton 
Jason P. Senn 
Anthony W, Tucker 
Frank White 
Remta A, White 
Cregg C, Yancey 

POLrnCAL SCIENCE 

Kcisha M Boggan 
Fredencka C- Bryant 
Deirdre A. Chemomas 
Mark P Chester 
Dwana T. Cole 
Yolanda M. Cole 
Hazel J. Crosby 
Doris M, Daye 
Omanahanla Garrett 
Andrea Hams 
Tiffany C. Massey 
Nicole A. McFarlane 



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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CONTINUED 



(POLITICAL SCI. - continued) 

Ebony T, McKinney 

Sharon M Patnion 

Bnan Paxlon 

Taiyana M. Sanders 

Barbara L. ShofTner 

Angelicia Simnx)ns 

Michael A Stevens 

Eilie Townseml 

Sahnna A. Wimbush 

Marcus L. Wot.xison 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Corey K- Alves 
Miranda L Beaupierre 
Tanya N Bibby 
Hector W, Cooper 
Vickie L. Dixon 
Mildred H, Enos 
Kem N, Fryar 
Samuel P Hairslon 
Marcia D, Ingram 
Shonda D. Johnscm 
Sandra E Lee 
Demelnca L. Lindsay 
Michelle L. Neely 
Charlene A. Speas 
Leslie A. Tuckes 



SOCIOLOGY & SOCIAL WORK 

Jenny L, &>wers 
Bernard M, Clinkscales 
She lb) O Cobb 
Carolyn H. Courts 
Steven R, Curelon 
Kenneth Edwards 
Palncia S, Ft>;ller 
Wendy R, Forshee 
Michael R. Hams 
Martin R. Houglan 
Patrice L. Kearney 
Bruce A. Mapp 
Lmda H Marrs 
Algernon W. McKenzie 
Zavier N Nichols 
Wanda J. Pulliam 
Sabrina R, Russeil 
Cephas C. Spaudling 
Conieka J, Stevenson 
Brenda A. Tarl 
Kimberly L, Ward 
Kimberly M. Williams 
Tiffany R Williams 
Terry L, Wiihe 
Enka N W.x)ds 



SPEECH AND THEATER ARTS 

Jearrtid S. Arnold 
Curlis E. Baldwin 
Tully S. Bamc[le 
Paul V, Bigby 
Tracey D, B<xiih 
Keiih Bullard 
Machellc E. Cato 
Kimberly M Clark 
Angela E. Coleman 
Yolanda Y Davis 
Chnsia L, Eaves 
Wendell Ely 
Cleveland E. Epps 
Tanya I. Fulton 
Palncia A Gnflllh 
Poriia L Harrington 
Kimberly L. Hawkins 
Cory Hogans 
Glenda L Home 
Pamela M. Howerton 
Eric A. Isacc 
Rhoda K Jacobs 
Thc<Tdore A- Jones 
Jacqueline D. Jordan 
William Kearney 



Jesse Kellum. I I I 
Marsha E Lafayette 
Krishna R Laihan 
Bern la L Lee 
Lenore A Lewis 
Recia M Lynn 
Gwendolyn P McAllister 
Theron D McConneyhcad 
Irma J M(x>re 
Joy D Mttore 
Tammy S- Moye 
Joyce E Nicts^-hke 
Carl D Paige 
Marc R. Payne 
Betsy M Peoples 
Christopher C. Ryans 
Rita D. Scales 
Gia A. Sibert 
Ronald C Spruill 
Gwendolyn M, Steward 
Derek M Stewart 
Dehreeia G Thornton 
Michael K Troutman 
Tamu K. Washington 
Randy O WixkJ 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS 

Quiester Craig, Dean 



ACCOUNTING 

John Alexander, Jr. 

Regina V. Ambrose 

Chelsea L Arrxild 

Pamela N Askew 

Troy L. Barbour 

Shandi R Barksdale 

Donald F Barnes 

Dionne L Battle 

Kennedine Bishop 

Donna K- Black 

Antonio Blow 

Karen R, Bolden 

Anita F. Bonner 

Darlene C. Bowden 

Lisa D, Branch 
Chnslopher T. Braswell 
Maa'handa B, Brewingto 
Tanika J Brewmgton 
Trulinda E. Bntt 
Burnie L. Brodie 
Bndgelle N- Brown 
Cynthia L. Brown 
Enc S. Brown 
Janelle Brown 
Stacey M, Brown 
Kenya Bullard 
Kia D. Butler 
Marlys P. Murphy 
Cecily V. Nash 
Keith Nason 
Gladys M. Noms 
KJye A. Nutter 



David E. Onyemem 
Francis N. Onyemem 
Lisa A. Owens 
Sidra D- Owens 
Pnncess Palmer 
Rick7 A Parker 
Sherry D Parker 
Tammy Y. Parker 
Arthur Parks, I I I 
Tianitia M. Pamsh 
Kimberly J. Parson 
Shana Y Patnck 
TnshofKla Y. Patnck 
Sylvia A, Pearsall 
Chanssa L. Peppers 
Keeca L. Peters 
Tammi L. Pinchback 
Kimberly N, Piii 
Donna M. Price 
Tammy S. Puiliam 
Willie E. Quick. Jr. 
William E, Ragin, I I 
Franklin K. Ray 
Charles D, Revelle 
Lawerence T. Rodgers 
Stephanie R, Sellers 
Naeemah O. Shareef 
Craig D. Smith 
Kim Smith 
Lisa S, Smith 
Tracy Smith 
Gregory S. Squire 
Alicia S- Stokes 
Tammy R, Strange 



Crystal J, Summers 
Sc(.-rtt A. Tate 
Natasha Taylor 
Pnscilla A Taylor 
Dwight A. Tliompson 
June G Tobias 
Andrea L. Towns 
Craig G Trower 
Rhonda M. Turner 
Dana N. Valdes 
Sharon P. Vanlue 
Ricky A, Vassor 
Marvin R. VirKS 
Devin Waller 
Gretchen L. Warner 
Monica R. Washington 
David L. Wilkers<.m 
Joy L. Wilkerson 
Cynthia A Williams 
Kim D, Williams 
Robin N. Williams 
Tribul L. Williamson 
Maurice Wills 
Tracy L Wise 
Rhonda D. Wexxlruff 
Ritchie W. Wwten 
Erika L. Wortham 
Anne M Yancey 
Chnshaun D. Yarborough 
Cheryl D. Yarbrough 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Emmet Alexander 



Kimberiy D Allen 
Constance E- Archie 
Reginald S. Bailev 
Wilhe H, Bailey' 
Tonya M Baldwin 
Rixlnck T, Banks 
Melanie C Barco 
Johnnie M, Baskin 
Shannon L- Bennett 
Sharese N. Bowen 
Charles D, Bovd 
David A- Brewster 
Sharon L. Bndges 
Shem Broadnax 
Wendy Broadway 
Vemeice Bromell 
Camilla T. Brooks 
Charles H. Brown 
David A. Brown 
Let>nora C Bryant 
Alton L. Bunche 
Anthony H. Bumette 
Deborah F. Bush 
Trillis N Campbell 
Steven D- Cannon 
Ethel M, Chiles 
Joan M. Clarke 
Maria L. Clay 
Edward G. Coleman 
Vickie L, Corbett 
Saida! N, Crawford 
Ronald C. Da^is 
Tamara L. Davis 
Mark L. Djxon 



(BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - continued) 



CTieryl T Diidlcv 
Eugene Durham. Jr 
Curtis L Edwards 
I>>rothy Ellcrbe 
William C Elimire 
Shcwanda D. Ferguson 
^'oland N Fisher 
Pamela L Ford 
Canullc T- Frazier 
Reginald M Gi^xlman 
Kalncc D G(xxlnim 
Eric R. Grant 
Elaine F Greene 
Travis L- Greene 
Lisa L. Hamilton 
Kevin N- Harns 
Wendell E, Hams 
Nathan J Hawkins 
Palncia A. Heath 
Patricia S Hicks 
Mannda R, Hill 
William H Hill 
Teresa D Hixlge 
Keith L. Hunt 
Angela C. Ireland 
Carmen N. Jacks^m 
Damon W Johnsi.>n 
Delores B. Jones 
Kimherly A. Jones 
Zanela N. Jones 
Shannon L. Joseph 
Alfreda A. Justice 
Monica D Kerr 
Sheha D Kniyhl 
Katiromlyn L- Lang 
Elmer L Leary 
Jonathan M. Leaih 
Deborah D Lee 



Donald E L*;e 
Hoyte E. Lee 
Tonja L Lee 
Cherie A. Lipseomb 
Monica L. L*iadholt 
Deidre R Long 
Vert'nica L. Lyn^-h 
Andrea E. NLiddo\ 
Stephania Mast>n 
James W, Mathis 
Encka L MeCanis 
Alphons<» D. McClendon 
Dernek E McGuire 
Vieki L. Melnt.^sh 
Niehelle McNair 
Lakitia L Miles 
Sonia Mills 

Joanee L Mt^ixiy 

Regina L Newkirk 

Hope Nichols 

Vietor C. Nsonwu 

Nicole N, OITord 

Barbara S, Osller 

Anthony R. Pass 

Gloria D Peay 

Tia J. Penn 

Christopher K. Perr>' 

Paula V. Peterkin 

Eugene W Pierce 

Harold Pratt. Jr. 

Stefanie A Preeee 

Tony W, Ruhinwm 

Billy E Robins<»n. Jr. 

Myra L, Royal 

Lavonnya R. Sanders 

Barbara J Salterfield 

D^irnishia L- Scoti 

Janet R See 



Ashley N. Shannon 
Taiwo y, Smgletary 
Joseph Soloman 
Thomas F. Spence 
Sharon A- Spinks 
Lisa Stigger 
Fredenck D Surgeon 
William J Sykes 
Kenneth R Thomas 
Tosha E- Thorne 
Linda N, Tiller> 
Ontono C. Tillman 
Palnce A Tudor 
Elliott L Turner 
Ennn L, Tyson 
Gwenola R. Underwtxxl 
Denck M, Virgil 
Linda W Ward 
Nicole A Walt 
Yolanda L. Webb 
Fernando L Wheeler 
David L, While 
Crystal L. Wilkers*)n 
Jimmy L. Williams. II 
Michelle D, Williams 
Wilhe R Williams 
Lisa Williams-in 
John K, Wnghi 
Kim L. YarbroLjgh 
Michael A, York 



BUSINESS ED, i ADM SERVICES 

Pamela A. Barber 
Donna L, Crouell 
Greniia T. Foster 
Shannon G, Gomes 



Linda G, Johns^-in 
Eleanor W. Lea 
Carol A. Munns 
Rosemary O- Onyemem 
Kimherly M Ray 
Beverly L, Rippy 
Launetta M, Seotl 
Cheryl M Simmons 
Valene V. Smgletary 
Sharon Waldrum 

ECONOMICS 

Matthew C, Bamhill. Jr 
Bryan S. Bennett 
Michael P Bernard 
Bowman K- Burton 
Delvert E, Cole 
Tony R. Curtis 
Tiffany N. Euganks 
Monica D Foust 
Michelle L, Gainey 
James A Monr*x: 
Anthony B Pamell 
Jothany D, Sharpe 
Kimherly M Sledge 
Bnan Y, Sullivan 
Alondra N. Wallace 
Diarra Weathers 
Tanya Y. White 
Lediie N. Williams 



SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

Albert Walker, Dean 



CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION 

Reebeeca S Apple 
Tanya N. Brady 
Noleter Brown 
Wanda G, Cobb 
Leiitia V. Cotiper 
Debra Dawson 
Sheronda L. Dockery 
Blair T. Flack 
Thenman L. Flowers 



Shonda R- Gamson 
Caria E Gilchrist 
TaiTunye F- Greene 
Yvette J. Hubbard 
Courtney G. Jones 
Sandra J Jones 
Melissa R, Key 
Carol J, Marks 
Michelle A Moore 
Sheila D Norw(>xi 
Jermaine C. Posey 
Roslyn D Rhynehardt 



Vanetta L Richardstm 
Teresa G Rogers 
Dtinna J. Turner 
Sahnna R Watson 
Kendral M. Wtxxlard 
Taishon L, Wynn 

HEALTH. PHYSICAL ED & REC 

Rodney A. Edwards 
Jennifer Faison 



Rachelle H. Landis 
Paula R. McNeil 

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & SERVICES 

Carol E. Baker 
Allison H- Karcher 
Loury A. Ollison 
Janeen E- Thomas 
Tracy M Thomas 



SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 

Harold Martin, Dean 



ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Hassan R, Al-Derham 
Yousif A, ALMulla 
Mohamed A.AI-Sheeh 
Cynthia D. Barnes 
Lowelf W, Bass. Ill 
Kenya L. Bey ah 
Leah V. Btiggs 
Ingnd O. Bullock 



Bnan F. Cheek 
Dennis W, Clough 
James M. Cox. II 
Kelly D. Diggs 
Raymond G. Dobbir 
Byron I>>bsiin 
Anesha J. Edwards 
Eddie G, Fills 
David C. Freeman 
TerryL. Fnzzell 



Dawn A. Graves 
Johnnie C Hmton 
Tara L Howard 
Robert A James 
William E. Lanning 
Raymond B, Laws^in 
Frances H. Lewis 
Keilh Mmter 
Tawanya T- Phillips 
Jerome R. Redmond 



Kermit M, Smith 
Alicia M. Steele 
Crystal C. Taylor 
Richard B, Thomas 
Allen R, Thompst:in 
David M. Thompstin 
Nicole E, Walford 
Anthony S, Wilkms 
Trevor L. Wot>ten 



(ENGINEERING - continued) 



CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

James L, Adams 
Lisa D. Ashhy 
Jimetna P Benson 
Angela R. Buller 
Wanda Y Cary 
Angelia Charles 
Dcidra D Ch^ks 
Jasmin C Daniels 
Pamiinder K, Deol 
Karen S. Dixon 
Collms R Geler 
Bantee L Hall 
Thomas B Keefcr 
James W Ledbeller, Jr. 
Veda E. Lewis 
Sonji Lucas 
Tonyu A Marshall 
George R. Mayo 
Michael E, McCorimck 
Cledra A McCullers 
Helen E Pierce 
Joseph R Priiman 
Mathlon K, Pulliam 
Terry M Sanders 
Kenneih B Smjs*.>r 
Stacy E Stephens 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Wnghl R Archer, III 
Earl J Brinstm 
Howard D. Casterlow 
John R Cumbus 
Caria J Davis 
[>"inna C Day 
Francis S Egloff 
Johnny D Hardisier 
Roseiia M Han 
Herhen L McDowell. Ill 
Gerald C Parker, Jr- 
Leolis L Pamsh 
Andrew R Thomas 
Darron M Waller 
R'.xlney Waters 
Derrick G Weaver 
Sherell Wilhams 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Kjmberly N. Allen 
Michael C Allen 
David R, Aulon 
Donald E Barnes 
Sean A Blaylock 
William L, Bowes 
Kimberly D Bronner 
Juan J, Brooks 
Eva A. Brown 
John A. Brown 



Sherman L- Brown 
Thurman L. Brown 
Jane E Carpenter 
Johnny M Carr 
Cednc C. Caner 
Deshawn L. Chapman 
Sterling L. Charles 
Jesse J, Coleman 
Tanja R Darden 
Carl E Davis 
Evelyn A Day 
Khanh C. Do 
Chnstt>pher L, Durham 
Carleen M. Edwards 
Juan C Eihendge 
Lesley D Exum 
Karen K Fischer 
Herman F Rowers 
Rita E Fontell 
Efram R Fuller 
Carw^n D Funderhurk 
Glenn Gelhers 
Parminder S, Ghuman 
Linw.»i E. Halsey 
Tramel! Harper 
Booker T. Hawes 
Kjrkland L. Hicks 
James C Holzshu 
Ahsa N Hops«.in 
Lisa N, Hopson 
Icesonnia P Horsley 
Jack N Hiifnnes. Jr. 
Mary G, Huliu 
- Jeffrey T. Jackson 
William O, Johristm 
Enc F Jones 
Frederic B Jones 
Joseph Junch. Jr 
Willie L Kea 
William P Kelly 
Donovan K- Kirkland 
Michael C, Lanier 
Alfred C Laprade 
James Leahy 
Gina L Lv^ften 
Roosevelt Long, Jr. 
Jaems M Lyman 
Michael A Mackey 
Dean R. Matthews 
Clinl M McCann 
Jeff D, McCann 
Jacqueline S McClenney 
Paulelte M^Coy 
Roderick M McLean 
Anthony D, McNair 
Devin A, Melvin 
Julian D Mercer 
Michael A. Moms 
David F, Momson 
JL>hn L Murphy 
James C Nagle 
Chadwich A- Nelson 



Mark A Patillo 
Kelvin J. Peele 
CXiuglas E Peters 
Jimmie L Powell 
Paul D, Powell 
Greg M Pysher 
Brian Rascoe 
Jonathan M, Reas»m 
Wallace F Revels 
Karl Ricanek, Jr 
David M Rice 
Kevin A Riddle 
Hubert D Robertson. Jr. 
Demetre M. Roginson 
Greg S. Sauve 
Mane V Scantlebury 
Corey O. Sexton 
Kevin D, Shaw 
Bryon L. Shelton 
Christopher S Shi^af 
Darell L- Simpson 
Lon A. Small 
Michael A. Smith 
Nikk] S Smith 
Charles R Speight 
Celeslme S. Stanton 
Charles A. Stigger 
Ernest T.Suggs 
Charles S. Swink 
Emie T Thatch 
Tecia M Tliomas 
Terence F, Tliomas 
Andrea Y Thornton 
Juan M. Tillman 
Jacqueline Y Tyson 
Angelyn D Vanderbili 
Prabhkirat S Walha 
Kiietli L, Walker 
Tawanda L Wallace 
William C, Welhom 
Matthew E. Whiimore 
JelTrey A, Wilkie 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

Rae Diane Adams 
Tracy D B'^wman 
Karen Bullock 
Rodney C. Combs 
Pamela R Comer 
Alexis Q Ellis 
Cheni Y Fisher 
Mildred O Gonzalez 
Charlene Graham 
Kendall W. Johnson 
Burdelte J. Joyner 
Erika L Mansfield 
William M McBroi^>m 
Anthony V. McNair 
Valerie E. Mitchell 
Benjamin F, Morrow. Jr. 
Johann E. Mueller 



Walter C CXiom. lil 
Carol L. Ramseur 
Barry L. Ray 
Melissa Richards 
Leslie E, Simms 
Alexandria R Walstin 
Rodney B WTiite 
Eddie Williams, Jr. 
Naraye P. Williams 
Denise J. Wilhs 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Postoria A. Aguirre 
Victor R. Albea 
Dearea L. Allen 
Michael A. Artis 
Gary T Baldwin 
Freden>.k L Eiarnes 
Glenn F Barnes 
Thomas R. Bkink 
Joseph M Blunt 
Tommie C. Br^vks 
Thomas A, Cheston 
Stephen M. Collins 
Larry D Craven 
Jack D, Crawford 
Cednc A. Dobson 
Dinnatia J. Dosler 
Gregory E. Ellis 
James R Fnson 
Demck E Giles 
Garia A Glover 
Lynda F Glover-Pickard 
Michael E. Gray 
Lewis H. Griffin. Jr. 
Gregory T. Hall 
Shana T Hamp 
Jerry L. Hoggard 
Joshua B Johnstin. Jr 
Rita H Joiner 
Raphael D Jones 
Frank G. Marie 
Osborne A. Martin 
Tonya L. McKoy 
Dana M McMillan 
David R Osborne. Jr 
Stephen C Pegram 
Curtis A Randolph 
JefTery B. R^^>bens 
Davis N Rogers 
Pedro J Santiago 
John P Scavuzzo 
Mark A Schanewolf 
Orlando Sellers 
Enca D. Smith 
Paula D Soulherland 
Wanda L Surgeon 
Slapleton G. Tabb 
Senia M, Taylor 
Disengomoka E Tezzo 
Michael D Walton 
Howard L. Wii^xls. Jr 



Shelley L. Afnca-Floyd 
Sonya L. Alford 
Edith L.Alston 
Lisa N. Audrey 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Beverly Malone, Dean 



Charia M. Bailey 
Rose A. Billings 
Alison C. Bmgman 
Jaruce C. Boswell 



Marcia J Bradley 
Viciona Y Brewer 
Aqumetta D Brown 
Jerry D, Chance 



Crystal D. Cody 
John W David.' Jr. 
Vicki Y Dv.uglas 
Shelley K. Douthan 



(NURSING - continued) 



Joronda D. Evans 
June N Farmer 
Richard J Gardner 
Tammy R. Gw^nn 
Came R Hcaden 
[iebra M Hedgecixk 
Cmdy C. Hester 
Lmda J. Horney 
Palsy O Hubbard 
Bolh E Jackson 
i'elicia L Jennings 



Tiffany Johnson 
Ladonna S. Marlm 
Elaine A. Mellon 
Tony L. Minshew 
Ctonald Moehnng 
Carolyn J, Nichols*^n 
Ting C Niuen 
Clifton B, Parker 
David L, Poe 
Padora P. Robins 
Shirley A- Rone 



Vemonica C Seymour 
Sarah S. Slier 
Nolasha D. Smalls 
Arne L. Smith 
Barbara K. Smiih 
Bertha A Stanfill 
Lisa A Sweanngen 
Palncia L. Tadkxk 
Tanya C. Toshumba 
Dawn R. Trail 



Sonya J. Tnietl 
Peggie S. Waddell 
Be ma J. Wadey 
Shem L.Ward 
Linda A Wheeler 
Jt^n Williams 
Kathryn L. Wjlhams 
Sophia D. Williams 
Mary D Wo(.xi 
Deirdre M. Wpght 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Earl Yarbrough, Dean 



CONST MGMT, & SAFETY 

Keni D B<iyer 
Bruce L. Cramer 
Anlhony C- Cmwdcr 
Stephen L. Fields 
Ronald E. Henderson 
Amhoineile Richardson 
Vella M Stnckland 

ELECTRONICS & C(miPLrrER 

Angela Q. Alston 
Robert I. Atkinson 
Robert H. Bald. Jr. 
DeVaughn A, Rxly 
William D-Cain 
Anthony E, Carrington 
Randall D Clark 
Charles L Cooper. Jr 
Michelle Cooper 
Carlos G. Dalton 
Hasan A Dn/ake 
Dymeka A Farmer 
Sean D GInver 
Alfred C. Hall 



Denise D Hughes 
Cleveland D Jackst>n. Jr. 
RtxJney M. Johns 
James E Lancaster 
Ronald E Lane 
Anlhony E Leaih 
Johnny E Ltick 
Garry W. Liinsford 
Brandon S. Maxwell 
Gary R. Mclniyre 
Michael A, Mixire 
Dal M Nguyen 
Charles J. Norton 
Eddie L- Nuckois 
Gerald S, O'Heam 
Sterling E. Ovens 
Donald L. Patrick 
Wesley L Pegram 
Craig Rh.xles 
MiL-helle R, Rogan 
Ednn W. Rouse 
Robert W. SchoHeld 
Robert R, Simmons 
Keith W S(ephen.'^">n 
Randy Sloke,« 
Zia E.Torabian 



Jimmie W. Whilesell 
Emmanuel C, Woke 
Donald M York 

MANUFACTURINCi &. ALTO TECH, 

Charles L. Brown 
Nanwell L- Bynum 
Dolores J, Carter 
David L Chamblee 
Robert H Daniel 
D>nald A Diemer 
Randal C Dunn 
Jewell E. Falconer 
JelTrey W, Finch 
Wilham E Garns 
Ben M, Greenfield 
James T- Guthne 
Felicia S, Hix>per 
Terry L. Houk 
David P Johns.in 
Charles R. Kulin, Jr 
Vance E- Lanier. Jr 
Curtis B Ponton 
Ryan T Robinson 
Bnan K, Rounlree 
Charles O Sanva 
Kimberly D. Shaw 
Valene J- Shepard 



William P. Shermer 
LaVeme Wilson 

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 

Ma'Artjf K- Adamu 
Efa Asuquo 
Barau G Baiure 
Steve D, Burcham 
Samuel O Egere 
Monday A. Ekanem 
Sunday J, Ekt^ja 
MeKxiy B. Ge<.irge 
Carroll F. Gunter 
Craig R Hamstin 
Melvin T. Jackson 
Akua S. J(^hnson 
Abdiiilahi M Libata 
Gair>' W, Lipson 
Morrison J. Nagiya 
Okon E, Okon 
Franklin O Pitzer 
Harold G, Riley 
Jeremiah J Saba 
Anthony T Tiemey 
Malachy Udoekpo 
Derek M- Vinst^n 
Gompyen N, Wambutda 



FRESHMAN STUDIES/LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER 
Sandra C. Alexander, Director 



UNDECIDED 

James A. Aker 
Stephen W. Allen 
Reginald D Alston 
Tonya Amistrong 
Heather M Ascott 
Mary Q. Barbee 
Earl C- Bernard 
Eddie P, Bradley 
Rudolph Brown, Jr, 
Caasandra Bumpas 
Kimberly R Capers 
Veruna FCarr 
Jeme L. Carter 
Ernestine B. Chavis 
Rolanda N, Clay 
Shannon M. Crile 
Lisa N, Culbrelh 
l^illip L, Deans 
Marc A, Douglass 
Matthew W, Duehnng 
Yvetle E Edwards 
Carl A, Foulks 



Charri D. Freeman 
Howard D. Gailher 
Julius A. Gamble 
Mashonda Gilmore 
Wayne R Green 
Antoinette V Gnffm 
Frameek L- Grogan 
Teresa L- Hailey 
Cicero A. Hall 
Robert L. Hardie, III 
Hope D. Harley 
Michael J HtxJges 
leffrev R Holland 
Mary D. Hollmgworth 
Tara M. H<inesty 
Dennis W Howland. II 
Glona J Hylton 
James A, JefTers 
Tamela F Jeffnes 
Almasline C. Ji^hnstm 
Caroline S. Jones 
Gina Jones 
Jennifer L. Kaderli 



Joshua M, Kay 
Jeffrey A. Kendall 
Hozannah A, Khazan 
Lon L. King 
Slaci K, Kyle 
Boris R Leath 
Manda R. Lmdsey 
Alexander T. Mast^n 
Jessica D- McAdvx) 
Nettie M. McCol lough 
Chnstopher A McGoi^gan 
Raymond R. McGregor 
Annette S- McKinnie 
Nancy J. Meadows 
Sheere J. Mills 
Brian K. Modlin 
Gregory S. Moyer 
Bernadetle Newsonie 
Willie Parker 
Marvin L. Phillips 
Kimberly L. Powell 
Lakisha T, Pressley 
Raybon Pnce 



Tonan R. Pnesily 
Tamara J, Richardson 
Horace V, Rogers 
Larry C, Russell. Jr, 
Nidhi Sangal 
Kimberly M Sheffcy 
Rita K, Shuler 
Tlieron O, Smith 
Wilson R Stabler 
Saundrell J Stevens 
Jeffrey K Talbert 
Treva T. Thorpe 
Enc P. Tichay 
Theodore C. Tomtcr. Jr 
James H. Turner 
James K. Van Dyke 
Jerry L. Walker 
Bennie L, Walker, Jr 
Robert H. Washing1<in, II 
Jimail Williams 
Lesa Y, Williams 
David L. Wilst^n 
Jessalyn N. W(xxls 



(NURSING - continued) 



Joronda D. Evans 
June N. Farmer 
Richard J, Gardner 
Tammy R. G^ynn 
Came R Headcn 
Debra M, Hedgectxk 
Cindy C. Hester 
Linda J, Horney 
Palsy O. Hubbard 
Beth E. Jaekson 
l-eiieia L. Jenruncs 



Tiffany Johns^m 
Ladonna S Marlm 
Elaine A, Melton 
Tony L. Minshew 
Diinald Mtwhnng 
Carolyn J Nicholson 
Ting C Ntuen 
Chfton B. Parker 
David L P(.w 
Padora P. Robins 
Shirley A. Rone 



Vemonica C- Seymour 
Sarah S- Siler 
Notasha D. Smalls 
Arne L- Smiih 
Barbara K, Smith 
Bertha A, Stanfill 
Lisa A.Sweanngen 
Palncia L. Tadkxk 
Tanya C Toshumba 
Dawn R, Trail 



Sonya J Tniell 
Peggie S Waddell 
Bema J. Wadey 
Shem LWard 
Linda A Whe^;ler 
Joan Williams 
Kathryn L. WUhams 
S.Tphia D, Williams 
Mary D. Wood 
Deirdre M, Wnght 



SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 

Earl Yarbrough, Dean 



CONST, MGMT &. SAFETY 

Kent D B^^yer 
Bruce L. Cramer 
Anthony C, Crowder 
Stephen L. Fields 
Ronald E Henderson 
Anthoineite Richardson 
Vella M. Strickland 

ELECTRONICS & COMPUTER 

Angela Q. Alston 
Robert I, Atbnson 
Robert H. Bald. Jr 
DeVaughn A. Body 
William D.Cain 
Anthony E- Camngton 
Randall D Clark 
Charles L. Ct»per. Jr. 
Michelle Ctx^per 
Carlos G. Dalton 
Hasan A Dnzake 
Dymeka A. Farmer 
Sean D Glover 
Alfred C. Hall 



Denise D. Hughes 
Cleveland D. Jackstin. Jr 
Rtxlney M. Johns 
James E Lancaster 
Ronald E. Lane 
Anthony E Leath 
Johnny E, Luck 
Garry W. Lunsford 
Brandon S, Maxuell 
Gary R Mclnlyre 
Michael A. M(>">re 
Dat M. Nguyen 
Charles J, Norton 
Eddie L, Nuckols 
Gerald S. O'Heam 
Sterling E. Owens 
Dtinald L. Patnck 
Wesley L Pegram 
Craig Rh<xies 
Michelle R. Rogan 
Ednn W Rouse 
Robert W Schofield 
Robert R Simmons 
Keith W. Stephenson 
Randy Stokes 
Zia E Torabian 



Jimmie W Whiiescll 
Emmanuel C. Woke 
Oinaid M York 

MANUFACTURING & ALm.) TECH 

Charles L Brown 
Nanwell L. Bynum 
Dolores J. Carter 
David L Chamblee 
Robert H Daniel 
Donald A Diemer 
Randal C. Dunn 
Jewell E, Falconer 
JeOrey W. Finch 
William E, Garns 
Ben M Greenfield 
James T, Guthne 
Felicia S. Htxiper 
Terry L Houk 
David P. Johnson 
Charles R Kuhn. Jr 
Vance E. Lanier. Jr 
Curtis B Ponlon 
Ryan T.Robmstin 
Bnan K, Rounlree 
Charles O Sanva 
Kimberly D. Shaw 
Valene J, Shepard 



William P, Shermer 
LaVeme Wils<_>n 

TECHNOLCXiY EDUCATION 

Ma'Aruf K, Adamu 
Efa Asuquo 
Barau G Bature 
Steve D Burcham 
Samuel O. Egere 
Monday A. Ekanem 
Sunday J. Ekoja 
Mekxiy B. George 
Carroll F. Gunter 
Craig R. Hamson 
Melvm T Jackson 
Akiia S Johnson 
Abdullahi M Libata 
Garr> W. Lipson 
Momson J- Nagiya 
Okon E, Okon 
Franklin O Pitzer 
Harold G Riley 
Jeremiah J. Saba 
Anthony T. Tiemey 
Malachy Udoekpo 
E>erek M. Vinson 
Gompyen N. Wambutda 



FRESHMAN STUDffiS/LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER 
Sandra C. Alexander, Director 



UNDFCIDED 

James A. Aker 
Stephen W. Allen 
Reginald D, Alston 
Tonya Armstrong 
Heather M Ascoli 
Mary Q. Barbee 
Earl C. Bernard 
Eddie P, Bradley 
Rudolph Brown. Jr. 
Caasandra Bumpas 
Kimberly R, Capers 
Venina F.Carr 
Jerrie L. Carter 
Ernestine B. Chavis 
Rolanda N. Clay 
Shannon M, Cnte 
Lisa N, Culbreth 
Phillip L, Deans 
Marc A. Douglass 
Matthew W. Duehnng 
Yvette E. Edwards 
Carl A. Foulks 



Charn D Freeman 
Howard D. Gaither 
Julius A. Gamble 
Mashonda Gilmore 
Wayne R Green 
Antoinette V Gnffln 
Frameek L. Grogan 
Teresa L. Hailey 
Cicero A, Hall ' 
Robert L, Hardie. Ill 
Hope D. Harley 
Michael J. Hodges 
Jeffrey R, Holland 
Mary D Holhngworlh 
Tara M. Honesty 
Dennis W Howland, I! 
Glona J Hylton 
James A. Jeffers 
Tamela F. Jeffries 
Almastine C. Johnson 
Caroline S. Jones 
Gina Jones 
Jennifer L. Kaderli 



Joshua M Kay 

Jeflrey A Kendall 

Hozannah A Khazan 

L*^>n L. King 

Staci K Kyle 

Biiris R. Leath 

Manda R Lindsey 

Alexander T, Mason 
Jessica D. McAdoo 

Nettie M McCollough 
Christopher A McGoogan 
Raymond R. McGregor 
Annette S. McKinnie 
Nancy J. Meadows 
Sheere J. Mills 
Brian K, Modhn 
Gregory S. Moyer 
Bemadette Newsome 
Willie Parker 
Marvin L, Ptiillips 
Kimberly L, Powell 
Lakisha T Pressley 
Raybon Pnce 



Tonan R, Pnesily 
Tamara J Richards».)n 
Horace V Rogers 
Larry C Russell. Jr. 
Nidhi Sangal 
Kimberly M, She f fey 
Rita K. Shuler 
Theron O Smith 
Wilson R, Stabler 
SaufKlrell J, Stevens 
Jeffrey K. Talbert 
Treva T, Thorpe 
Enc P. Tichay 
Theodore C. Tomter, Jr, 
James H, Turner 
James K, Van Dyke 
Jerry L Walker 
Bennie L. Walker. Jr 
Robert H. Washington. II 
Jimail Williams 
Lesa Y. Wilhams 
David L- Wilson 
Jessalyn N. Woods 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES HONORS PROGRAM 



Dana M Adams 


English 


Robert Andrews, Jr 


History 


Cordelia S Blanding 


Communications 


Jenny Loe B*.wers 


S.Kial Work 


Karen Brocks 


English 


Fredencka Bryanl 


Political Science 


Venina Carr 


Sixiology 


Deirdre Chemomas 


R>litical Science 


Javon S. Cot>per 


Che nil SI ry 


Tony Curtis 


Theatre Arts 


Steven Cureton 


S.vial Work 


Angela D- Eaddy 


Speech 


Kenneth Edwards 


Scoial Work 


Mildred H Enos 


Psychology 


Wendy Forshee 


Social Work 


Mana N. Graham 


Biology 


Sharon Hanley 


Computer Scienc 


Michael R Hams 


StKiolugy 


Michael Haicher 


Computer Scienc 


Virginia C Hieks 


Music 


Lisa Homer 


Art 


Marcia D Ingram 


Psychology 


Lavonda Jackson 


English 


Raeshay Jones 


English 


Jacqueline Jordan 


Communications 


Ahdulai K Kaikai 


Political Science 



Margaret L Kanipes 
Renita Kiitrell 
Dana McKnighl 
Bruce Mapp 
Tammy S Moye 
William Pendleton 
Wanda J, Pulliam 
Ruth Richmond 
Howard Sanders 
Rita Scales 

r^ngelica Simm<in.s 
Ntiriuan Sisk 

Diara Spain 

Charlene A. Speas 

Conieka Stevenson 

Brenda Ann Tart 

Michael K. Troutman 

Shawn R Tuck 

Ivory Ward 

Kimherly Ward 

Tony B Watlington 

Kelly Welborn 

Tnn Williams 

Gerald L Wtxxlard 

Terry Wille 

Anna Young 



Chemistry 

Psychology 

Foreign Languages 

History 

Coinmunicalions 

Physics 

S.vial Work 

English 

Computer Science 

Speech 

Political Science 

Biol.ig)' 

Biolt)gy 

Psychology 

S.vial Work 

S.vial Work 

Speech 

History 

History 

S.vial Work 

History 

An 

Chemist p.' 

Computer Science 

S.vial Work 

Speech 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA FRESHMAN HONOR SOCIETY 



Pamela N. Askew 
Matthew C Barnhill. Jr, 
Tanya N. Bibby 
Karen R. &ilden 
Darlene C. B<iwden 
Kimberly D Brormer 
Camilla T Brooks 
David A. Brown 
Came L, Caldwell 
Steven D, Cannon 
James M Cox. I I 
Stephanie M. Cunningham 



Shanda C Daniels 
Tamara L Davis 
Carleen M, Edwards 
Jennifer Fais^m 
Tonya W. Heath 
Marcelious A Hodge 
Tamara A Howard 
Mary G Hulit! 
Demeiris L. Jerikins 
Edward B. Johns^in 
Raphael D, Jones 
James W Ledbetter. 



Kevin O Lynch 
Melanie A Marlin 
Cledra A McCullers 
Hope Nichols 
Trishonda Y Patnck 
Jerome R. Redmond 
Sabnna R Russell 
Stephanie R Sellers 
Naeemah Shareef 
Bryon L. Sheltnn 
Taiwo Y Singletary 



Cassandra L. Sligh 
Tyrone Stanley 
Tammy R. Strange 
Willie'Sykes, I 1 I 
Natasha Taylor 
Kenneth R. Thomas 
Tec la M Thomas 
DavixJ L White 
Tanya Y M. While 
Robin N. Williams 
Anne M Yancev 



Chelsea Arnold 
Ivy Cobia 
Michele Crawley 
Pamela Harngan 



BETA ALPHA PSI NATIONAL ACCOUNTEMG 
HONOR SOCIETY-ZETA SIGMA CHAPTER 



Constance Harris 
Steven Jones 
Jt^nel Kellman 



Angela Lee 
Delinda McCorvey 
Lisa Owens 



Gregory Squire 
Dwight Thompson 
Marvin Vines 



BETA KAPPA CHI SCIENTIFIC HONOR SOCIETY 



Diane Barber 
Therese Barber 



Tawanna Dixon 
Candace Hamlin 



Margaret Kanipes 
Paulina Reddy 



Emma Slallmgs 
Ton Williams 



EPSILON PI TAU NATIONAL HONORS FRATERNITY- 
GAMMA ZETA CHAPTER 



Charles Brown 
Andre' Byrd 
/Dolores Carter 
Ernest Carter 
Lisa Carter 



Anthony C Crowder 
Malcolm Fuller 
Ben E, Greenfield 
Carroll Gunter, Jr 
Brandon S, Maxwell 



Michael Moore 
Ivan T Mi-tsley 
Donald Patnck. Jr 
Curtis Ponton 



Craig Rhtxles 
Michelle Rogan 
Cheryl Sowell 
Laverne Wilson 



PHI ALPHA THETA INTERNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

IN HISTORY 



Robert Andrews 
Gary Cooper 



Gerald C(Xiper 
Johnenc Emehel 



Bruce Mapp 
Shirley Tavloi 



Ivory Ward 
Linda Williamson 



SIGMA TAU DELTA INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY 



Dana M, Adams 
Michele N Benncil 
Kenneth D Capers 
Jodv T.George 



John W. Hixige 
Lamie Glenn Horion. Jr- 
Lavonda R, Jackstm 
Andn-Anne D. Jones 



Raeshay A. Jones 
Tammy Moye 
Jeryl Pre^coli 
Alicia Richardstin 



Rulh Richmond 
Shermonjca E, Scoll 
Cynthia A- Scurk>ck 
Anna V, Young 



MINORITY ACCESS TO RESEARCH CAREERS (MARC) 
HONORS UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM 



Diane A, Barber 
Therese Barber 
Tawanna B Dixon 
Margarei I Kanipes 
Ton D. Wilhams 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



James L. Adams 
Shelley L Afnca-Floyd 
Amta F. B^inner 
Charles Lawion Broy.n 
Berry L- Carter 
Delores J, Carter 
Nichelle Carter 
Steve R, Curelon 
Tawanna B Dixon 
Jasmin Daniels 
Kenneth Edwards 
David Calvin Freeman 
Collms Renne Geler 



Elaine F. Greene 
Benjamin M Greenfield 
Tonya M, Hamiel 
Pamela L Hamgan 
Michael R Harris 
Lavonda R Jackst:>n 
Kevin Johnson 
Shonda D Johnson 
Raeshay A, Jones 
Steven Vincent Jones 
Trent Lamar Jones 
Margaret L Kanipes 
Ronald Eugene Lane 



Veda E. Lewis 
Sonji Lucas 
Delinda V. McCor^ey 
Janie T. Morning 
Benjamin F. Morrow 
Barbara Ostler 
Sterling E Owens 
Gerald C Parker Jr. 
E>onald L Patnck 
Barr> L. Ray 
James R- Ricks 
Gayronza R. Rozier 



Terry M. Sanders 
Shermonica C Scott 
Veronica Seymour 
Joe Simmons 
Norman R. Sisk 
Charlene A. Speas 
Gregory Squire 
Kenneth Taylor 
Tanya C. Thomas 
David M, Wainaina 
Jimmy L. Williams I I 
LaVeme Wilson 









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EDUCATING AMERICAN BLACK 

UNIVERSITIES 

AND COLLEGES — STRENGTHS AND CRISES 




Ebenezer D. Bassett was the 
first black dlplonat. He vas 
appointed Binister to Haiti 
froa 1869-1S77. 





After publishing his first 
book, his autobiography, 
Frederick Douglass went to 
England fearing his master 
would recapture him. 




Jesse Owens won four gold 
medals in the Oljnnplc Games 
held in Berlin, Germany, 1936. 




General Oliver Davis, Sr., the 
first black general In the 
active regular army, was a 
special advisor and coordina- 
tor to the theatre commander, 
European Theatre of Operations, 
1944-1945. 




Lt. Colonel Charles C. Rogers 
became the highest-ranking 
black officer to receive the 
Medal of Honor on May 14, 
1970. 




Patricia Roberts Harris became 
the first black woman to 
represent this nation as 
Ambassador. She was named 
Ambassador to Luxembourg in 
1965. 



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DR. JESSE JACKSON, SR. 





HE said, "We as a people will get to 
the promised land." Nelson Man- 
dela says, "The struggle is my life." To 
me the meaning, tradition and legacy 
of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life are 
not those of a conservative who is in- 
sensitive or a liberal with a seasonal or 
part-time commitment, but those of a 
liberator whose total life and soul and 
essence are committed to the freedom 
and dignity of all God's children. Nei- 
ther race nor color qualifies or disqual- 
ifies one from identifying with and fol- 
lowing in that tradition. 

To me. Dr. King means that the price 
we must pay for peace is justice. Quiet 
is the absence of noise, but peace re- 
quires the presence of justice. 

To me. Dr. King means that we must 
always have the vision to put our strug- 
gle in a national a/irf international con- 
text. His moral opposition to the war in 
Vietnam was a witness that we should 
nof be killing abroad, and we s/?ou/d be 
healing at home. 

To me. Dr. King means that it is both 
morally right and politically necessary 
that we join with others whose eco- 
nomic, social and political interests 
converge with our own in the struggle 
for a just society and a peaceful world. 

To me. Dr. King means that we must 
use what we've got, and God will give 
the increase. He had an extraordinary 
mind, but he cultivated and developed 
it through disciplined study — then ap- 
plied it to the process of social change. 

To me, Dr. King means that even if he 
had known in advance how his life 
would end, he would not have changed 
it or his mission. He loved his people 
that much. 



308 



THE LATE DR. MARTIN 
LUTHER KING, JR. 



'I MAY NOT GET THERE 
WITH YOU BUT ... WE 

AS A PEOPLE WILL 
GET TO THE PROMISED 

LAND" 




KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE! ALL 

PEOPLE . . . 



MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. 

BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE 

JANUARY 15, 1991 



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SPONSORED BY STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 

6:30 P.M. 

RICHARD B. HARRISON AUDITORIUM 



KEYNOTE SPEAKER 
DOROTHY COTTON 



310 



CELEBRATION 

AND 
CHALLENGE 



Most literature and other media presented the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a civil rights leader, a minister, an 
orator, a pacifist, a philosopher, a writer and a devoted family man. Rarely was/is Dr. King presented as a scholar and an 
educator. Nevertheless, all of Dr. King's activities and accomplishments, whether at marches, in the pulpit, among 
friends, or at home, can be classified as educational; because King used his intensive learning and extensive knowledge 
to inspire and improve, in all of life's situations, the lot of his fellowman. Dr. King studied to gain an understanding and 
appreciation of life and its meaning while seeking to find scientific methodologies of educating the world to a functional 
theology of action — education by example. 

After studying many religions, he sought and found within them common denominators which he reduced to the 
philosophy of St. John: 

LET US LOVE ONE ANOTHER; FOR LOVE IS OF GOD; 
AND EVERYONE THAT LOVETH IS BORN OF GOD. 
AND KNOWETH GOD. HE THAT LOVETH NOT KNOWETH 
NOT GOD, FOR GOD IS LOVE IF WE LOVE ONE 
ANOTHER, GOD DWELLETH IN US. AND HIS LOVE 
IS PERFECTED IN US. 

Because King was intelligent and articulate, because he possessed integrity and commitment, and because he could 
voice sound and effective views which were free of hate: he won the respect of this nation as well as the world. 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. PRACTICED WHAT HE PREACHED AND 
LEFT THE CHALLENGE FUNDAMENTAL TO EDUCATION: 

Education is the only medium through which we can work for a sense of individual identity while striving for a unity 
entertained at a global level. 




AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY 
MONTH OBSERVANCE 



SENIOR CLASS 
EXHIBIT 
A COMPILATION OF 
WORKS ON A&T, 
"CELEBRATION AND 
CHALLENGE: A SECOND 
CENTURY," AND "THE 
AFRO - AMERICAN HISTORY 
EDUCATING AMERICA: 
BLACK UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES - STRENGTHS 
AND CRISES" 



SIT - IN 

ANNIVERSARY 

OBSERVANCE 





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FEBRUARY . . . 




DR. & MRS. SMITH CHAT WITH 

STUDENTS. HAPPY BIRTHDAY 

ANGIE 



FRESHMEN 

SOPHOMORES 

JUNIORS 

PROMOTE 

FEBRUARY 

ACTIVITIES 



SAY YES TO 

AFRO-AMERICAN 

HISTORY MONTH 

OBSERVANCE 



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1 V\ llliam Ufin\ Vaidoo of Liberia appointed 
Director of the Bureau of Statistics, 1953; 
Rosa Parks opposes bus segregation in Mont- 
gomery, Alabama, 19.55 

2 John Brown executed at Charles Town. West 
Virginia, 18.59; Harry T Burleigh (1866- 
1949), composer-singer, born 

3 John \V E. Bowen (18.55-1933), distin- 
guished theologian and educator, born. Illi- 
nois admitted to the Union, 1818, The first 
girls school designed to prepare ,\'egro 
teachers opened bv Myrtiila Miner, 1851 

4 Alpha Phi Alpha, first Negro Greek Letter 
society organized as a fraternity, 1906, Bis- 
hop Henry Gregorie (17.50- ), anti-slayery 
worker in France, born 

5 Founders Da\ of the National C;ouncil of 
Negro Women, Dr Mary McLeod Bethune, 
first president, 19.35 

6 President Truman created by executive order 
the President's Committee on Civil Rights, 
1946. C;hristopher Columbus discovered the 
Island of Haiti. 1496 

7 Antonio Maceo. the martyr died in battle for 
the liberty of Cuba, 1896; Delaware joined 
the Union, 1787 

8 At the National Equal Rights Convention, a 
resolution was adopted to include Negroes 
1873, 

9 S. R, Lowrv (18.30- ), religious educator. 

born. 

10 Dr Ralph J Bunche avvarded the Nobel 
Peace Prize, the first Negro so honored. 
1950; William Lloyd Garrison (1805-1879). 



abolitionist, born. Universal Declaration of 
Human Rights in the United Nations Gen- 
eral Assembly. 1948 

1 1 Five members of the 24th US Infantry exe- 
cuted for their part in the Houston. Texas 
Riots. 1917; The ,Alban\. Georgia peace 
movement begins. 1961 

12 Joseph H Raine\. first Negro United States 
Representative, appointed. 1879. Penns\l- 
vania joined the Union, 1787 

13 Negro servicewomen sworn into the \\'A\ ES 
for the first time, 1944 

14 Alabama joined the Union, 1819. John 
Mercer Langston (1829-1897), only Negro 
Representative from Virginia, born 

15 Negro troops fought in the Battle of Nash- 
ville, 1864 

16 Shirley Graham awarded the Julian Messner 
Prize for the best book, 1945, Augusta Sav- 
age, sculptress, commissioned b\ the New 
York Worlds Fair (Committee to create a 
piece symbolizing the contribution of Ne- 
groes to music, 1937 

17 Henry Adams (1802-1872), noted teacher 
and Baptist minister, born. 

18 George H White (1852-1918), United States 
Rrprcsciitati\c. born, 13th Vmeiulmenl rati- 
fied. 1865, \cu |ersc\ jcined the liiion 
1787 

19 Carter C.ooiiwin Wdciilson i 1875-1950). his- 
torian, Idundcr (if the XsMiciatinn for tlie 
StiuK (it Negro Life .ind llist(ir\ .irid \cgro 
Histiir\ \\ Cek, horn 



STRENGTHS AND CRISES 



13 C V Rlchey, inventor, granted a patent in 1898 for a 
combination hammock and stretcher 

First black service women sworn into the WAVES. 

14 Robert Penn, Navy hero, awarded Congressional 
Medal of Honor m )898 for valor while on board the 
USS Iowa off Santiago Cuba on July 20, 1898 
United States Supreme Court upheld public accom- 
modations section of 1964 Civil Rights Act, 1964 

15 Colored Methodist Episcopal Church established, 
1870 

Black troops engaged in Battle of Nashville, 1864 

16 Andrew Young named Ambassador and Chief United 
States Delegate to the United Nations, 1976 

17 Robert H Terrell, judge, was appointed judge of the 
District of Columbia Municipal Court m 1901 

18 Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) or- 
ganized in Chicago by Rev Jesse Jackson, 1971 

Colored nurses assigned to duty at Camps Sherman 
and Grant. 1918 

19 Charles Uncles Priest, first black Josephite Priest or- 
dained ml 891 

Carter Goodwin Woodson, historian, bom 1875 

George Washington sent Thomas Jefferson copy of 
the Constitution, 1787 

20 Harriet Tubman made first Underground Railroad tnp 
and smuggled over 300 slaves to freedom 

South Carolina secedes from the Union, initiating 
the Civil War 1860 

Maior R R Norton elected principal of Tuskegee 
Normal and Industrial Institute to succeed Dr 
Booker T Washington. 1915 

Citizens of New Orleans. French. Spanish and Amer- 
ican, assembled in the Cabildo to witness the cere- 
monies of the transfer of Louisiana to the United 
States in 1803 

21 John Willis Menard entered the United States Con- 
gress in 1868 as the first black elected representa- 
tive from Louisiana, but was refused his seat 

22 Jefferson Davis issues a proclamation of retaliation 
to offset President Lincoln's proclamation of liberty to 
the slaves. 1862 

23 Alice H Parker, a black woman, received a patent for 
the gas heating furnace. 1919 



24 Battle of Chalmette Plains. Black troops held a stra- 
tegic position m General Andrew Jackson's defense 
of New Orleans and contributed materially to the 
crushing defeat of the British, 1814 

25 Slave insurrection at Stone River South Carolina 
was led by a slave named Cato Houses were 
burned, men and women murdered, 1740 

Harry T Moore. NAACP Leader killed in 1951 when 
his Florida home was destroyed by a hate-bomb He 
was awarded the Spmgarn Medal, posthumously at 
the NAACP's 43rd Annual Convention 

Jupiter Hammon became first published black poet 
with his poem. 'An Evening Thought". 1760 
A convention of the free people of color for their 
improvement in these United States assembled in 
the Abyssinian Baptist Church in 1832 

26 Oliver Cromwell, a Negro, fought with bravery at the 
Battle of Princeton. 1776 He also helped row George 
Washington across the Delaware 

J, M Certain patented bicycle parcel carrier. 1899 

27 The 369th Infantry m 1918. the first black troops to 
land overseas m World War I. engaging in combat 
under the French high command 

28 The American Colonization Society organized. 1816 

Time Magazine cited two black scholars among the 
23 Rhodes Scholars, selected in 1962— John E 
Wiseman, University of Pennsylvania and Joseph S 
Sanders, Whittier College 

Jack Johnson won the heavy-weight boxing champi- 
onship from Tommy Burns, 1908 

29 Congress authorized the President to enlist soldiers 
of African descent— Democrats vainly resist, 1863 
A_ S. 'Doc" Young, author and sports writer bom. 
1924 

30 Andrew W Abbot, one of the first colored men to be 
admitted to the army medical service, died. 1913 

Dr Miles V Lynk. physician, published the first black 
Medical Joumal. 1892 

31 Wilmeth Sidat Singh. College Athlete, highly ac- 
claimed by the Hew Yorl; Times m 1938 for his per- 
formance in the basketball game Syracuse vs Penn 
State 

Washington's Army accepted free Blacks. 1775 



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CELEBRATION AND CHALLENGE 




UNITED CHRISTIAN 

FELLOWSHIP GOSPEL 

FESTIVAL - FEBRUARY 

24TH 

HARRISON 

AUDITORIUM 

7 P.M. 




A 
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SOCIAL ISSUES 

FORUM 

WORKSHOPS 


V 
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CENTENNIAL 

OLD 
FASHIONED 
DRKSS DAY 


/ 


AGGIE COLOR 

DAY 

SEMINARS 



GUEST SPEAKERS & 
LECTURERS 

WAYMAN MCLAUGHLIN 
ROMALLUS 0. MURPHY 
SONIA SANCHEZ 
SINBAD 

BENJAMIN RAWLINS 
HENRY E. FRYE 
EDWARD B. FORT 
JUAN WILLIAMS 
MORGAN FREEMAN 



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CELEBRATION 



AND CHALLENGE: 



A SECOND CENTURY 



1891-1991 





DINNER THEATRE 
DRAMA 



ROCK-A-BYE-BUY-BABY 

A ONE ACT PLAY 
WRITTEN BY CYNTHIA 
R. BAILEY IN COLLABORA- 
TION WITH RD&C 
ASSOCIATES 



(NADSA AWARD WINNER) 



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REFLECTIONS ON 

A 
BIRTHDAY 




CENTENNIAL 

AWARDS 

BANQUET 

HONORING 100 PERSONS 
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 
AND OTHERS WHO HAVE 

MADE OUTSTANDING 
, CONTRIBUTIONS TO 
THE UNIVERSITY 



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. . . REFLECTIONS 




ACTIVITIES 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

MUSICAL FESTIVAL 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 

BOOK FAIR 

AIR FORCE ROTC 

BLUE/GOLD MEET 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

ACTIVITIES 




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REFLECTIONS ON A 
BIRTHDAY 

1891-1991 




ACTIVITIES 

SCHOOL OF 
AGRICULTURE 
CHANCELLOR'S EXECU- 
TIVE SEMINAR 

MASS COMMUNICA- 
TION CONFERENCE 

SPEAKER 

CHARLAYNE HUNTER- 

GAULT - GREENSBORO 

SHERATON HOTEL 

7 P.M. 




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MARCH 9, 1991 
CHARTER DAY 

100 



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AGGIE SONS 
GONE BUT 

FROM DARE TO 



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& DAUGHTERS 



NOT FORGOTTEN 

CHEROKEE 



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NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND 

TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 

RECEPTION IN HONOR OF 

DR. SULLIVAN A. WELBORNE, JR. 
VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS 



Sponsored by the 
Division of Student Affairs 




WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1990 
MEMORIAL UNION BALLROOM 

2:00 P.M. 



RECEPTION COMMITTEE 
DOROTHY I. BAILEY 
LINDA R. BOWLING 

GRACE FINLEY 

DOROTHY J. HARRIS 

JAMES SIBERT 

MATTIE SMITH 

HOSTESSES 

CAROLYN CROSSON 

HENRIETTA LARGENT 

SHARON JOHNSON 

ERNESTINE RANKIN 



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THE FIFTH UNDERGRADUATE 
PAN-HELLENIC SUMMIT 

SPONSORED BY THE DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 

FEBRUARY 22-23, 1991 



Alpha Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Theta Omega Psi Phi Sigma Gamma Rho 
Alpha Phi Alpha Kappa Alpha Psi Phi Beta Sigma Zeta Phi Beta 



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Since the inception of the undergraduate Pan-Hellenic Summit in 1986, under the rubric of the former 
Dean of Student Development, Dr. Lucille J. Piggott, the Division of Student Affairs at North Carolina 
Agricultural and Technical State University has annually sponsored this program on the University cam- 
pus. The Summit provides an opportunity for the regional directors, national officers, advisors, and under- 
graduates to to intentionally focus and direct attention to the real purposes and principles of the eight 
Greek Letter Organizations. The Summit also serves as a major vehicle for fostering teamwork, collabora- 
tion and networking between organizations involved. 



Dr. Katie K. White 
National Grand Basileus 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. 
Keynote Speaker 



Mr. Carter D. Womack 

National President 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. 

Luncheon Speaker 



SEMINARS 

O "TRENDS RELEVANT TO PLANNING THE FUTURE FOR COLLEGE CAMPUS 
GREEK LETTER ORGANIZATIONS" 

O "SHARED RESOURCES: WORKING TOGETHER TO ENHANCE THE ACTIVITIES OF 
GREEK LETTER ORGANIZATIONS" 

O "RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION STRATEGIES: PLANNING FOR POSITIVE RE- 
SULTS" 

O "ATTITUDINAL AND BEHAVIORAL ACCEPTANCE OF HISTORICALLY BLACK 
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES ON PREDOMINATELY WHITE CAMPUSES" 



THEME: "THE GREEK LETTER ORGANIZATIONS 
MOVEMENT: A CHALLENGING TRANSITION" 



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1990-91 Elected Officers 
Student Government Association 

Ponce D. Tidwell, Jr President 

Matthew Barnhill. Jr Vice President of Internal Affairs 

Howard K. Sanders Vice President in External Affairs 

Robin M. Campbell Secretary 

Matfianiel E. Powe, Jr Treasurer 

Tony B. Watlington Attorney General 

Sharron K. Jenkins Miss A&T 

David Pollard Community Affairs Asst. 

Daphne Page Administrative Assistant 

SGA Student Judiciary Council 



Reginal S. Bailey 
Mary Elizabeth Ellerbee 
Tyrone W. Farmer, Chairperson 
Melvin Herring 
Jeffrey T. Jact<son 
Youlonda Maria James 



Gary Osric Leach 

Andrew Makenete 

Mark Seawright 

Anthony Tucker 

Reginald M. Wilson 



Elections Committee 



Wayne Lee Enock 
John Pitts 



Ashley B. Hoover, Chairperson 



Christopher Geiger 
Reginald Goodman 



Freshman Class Officers 

Rodney Lamont Boone President 

Kimberly D. Young Vice President 

Kimya D. Nance Secretary 

Melva D. Peed Treasurer 

Katriel Tripp Miss Freshman 

Sophmore Class Officers 

Richard Gordon President 

Theron McConneyhead Vice President 

Stephania Mason Secretary 

Donna M. Price Treasurer 

Joanne Larue Moody Miss Sophomore 

Junior Class Officers 

Lavonne D. Webster President 

Anthony Wright Vice President 

Erica Donette Smith Secretary 

Michelle Moore Treasurer 

Pamela M. Askew Miss Junior 



Senior Class Officers 



Derrek Bryson President 

Maya H. Brown Vice President 

Andrea T. Thompson Secretary 

Tammy Evelte Rice Treasurer 

Cheryl D. Mooty Miss Senior 



327 



INDEX 



si 






A 



Administrators, 67 

Administrator's Roster, 68 

Administration Central, 4 

Afro-American History Month, 307 

Agricultural, School of, 24 

Alma Mater, 7 

Alumni Association, 144 

Alumni Band, 316 

Assistant Football Coaches, 212 

Athletic Support Staff, 213 

Attendants of Miss A&T, 164 



B 



Basketball Coaches, 216, 219 
Basketball Schedule, 218, 220, 
Basketball Teams, 217, 222 
Board of Governors, 75 
Building Site, 201 



221 



c 



Cafeteria, 180-181 

Canteen, 182-184 

Career Planning and Placement, 185 

Centennial Commemoration, 72 

Chairpersons, 57-59 

Chancellor and Mrs. Edward B. Fort, 16 

Charter Day, 1891-1991, 321 

College of Arts and Sciences, 31 

Commencement 1990, 34 

Commissioning Program, 63-65 

Computer Center, 187 

Coronation Guests, 165 

Coronation of Miss A&T, 161 



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Dedication, 10 
Dinner Theatre, 317 
Directory Senior Class, 136-143 
Division Dividers: 

Administrators, 66 

Centennial, 69 

Department Chairpersons, 56 

Freshman Class, 81 

Homecoming, 160 

Junior Class, 103 

Organizations, 240 

ROTC, 60-65 

School Deans, 23 

Senior Class, 112 

Sophomore Class, 95 

Sports, 210 

Student Life, 306 

Supportive Services, 179 

Who's Who In American Universities 

328 



and Colleges, 145 



February Activities, 313 

Football Head Coach, 211 

Football Players, 214-215 

Former and Present Chairpersons, Board 

of Trustees, 76 
Fort, Edward B., 16 
Fort, Leslie, 16 
Freshman Class, 83-88 
Freshman Class Officers Roster, 82 



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Game Homecoming, 167 



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Health Center, 188-189 
Homecoming, 160-178 
Honors Convocation, 156, 296-305 
Housing, 190-191 



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Index, 328 
Intramural Sports, 224 



Jackson, Jesse Rev., 308 

Junior Class, 105-110 

Junior Class Officers Roster, 104 



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Karate, 225 

Keep In Touch Directory, Seniors, 136-143 



Ladies Faculty Club, 228 
Laundry, 192 
Library, 193 



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Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance, 309- 

311 
Memorial, 322-323 
Memorial Union Staff, 194-195 
McKee, Virginia, Centennial Chairperson, 

69 
Military Science Department of, 62 
Miss A&T, 161, 162, 168 







Officers of Administration, 77 
Old Administration Building, 71 
Opening Centennial Program, 70, 78 



Pan-Hellenic Summit, 326 
Parade, Homecoming, 166 
Physical Plant, 196-197 
Post Office Staff, 12-13 
Program, Centennial, 73 



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Queens & Escorts, 169-176 



R 



Recognition In, 11 

Reflections on A Birthday, 5, 209, 226, 227, 

230, 239, 318-320, 325 
Ron McNair/Alma Mater, 7 
Roster of Who's Who, 155 



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Schools: 

Agriculture, 24 

Business & Economics, 25 

Education, 26 

Engineering, 27 

Graduate Studies, 28 

Nursing, 129 

Technoligy, 30 
Secretaries, 202-203 
Senior Class, 114-128 
Senior Class Officers, 113 
Sophomore Class, 92-102 
Sophomore Class Officers Roster, 96 



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Table of Contents, 2, 3 
Tributes Centennial, 74 



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LIniversity Police Administration, 198-199 
Upward Bound, 200 



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Who's Who, 146-154 



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President, 1891-1896 




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President, 1960-1964 



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