A Message from tEe President LJ^ rer sat in the stands September 26 at our first Homecoming game in many years, I thought about football as a metaphor for renewal. I scanned the stands and saw thousands of people shouting in unison for the Chsirgers, a team that just five and a half years ago had ceased to exist. Sporting events have the ability to unite a campus in a way that few other activities can. Football's rebirth at the University of New Haven required the efforts of many supporters. Director of Athletics Deborah Chin and I worked for years to have UNH accepted into the Northeast- 10 Conference. UNH alumnus and Board of Governors member Ralph F. DeUaCamera, Jr. '75 B.S., stepped forward to fund a major renovation of our existing field. The field is named in honor of Ralph's father, Ralph F. DellaCamera, who graced us with his presence that Homecoming day. Head Football Coach Pete Rossomando — a veteran who learned the craft of coaching under former UNH coach Tony Sparano '84 B.S., now head coach of the Miami Dolphins — left the University at Albany to lead the rebuilding of our team. With their support, and with yours, we have made huge strides at the University of New Haven. Those changes required planning, strategy and a strong belief in our mission, the very same attributes a football team needs to complete a pass for a touchdown in the waning moments of a game. Our efforts remind me of a quote from the legendary coach Vince Lombardi, who said, "Winning isn't everything, but making the effort to win is." The University has reached many goals in recent years. With your help, we will continue to aspire to greatness. If you didn't hear me shouting "thank you!" in the stands that day, please hear me now. Thank you, most sincerely, for supporting our efforts, on the field and beyond. Steven H. Kaplan President University of New Haven Alumni Magazine In This Issue Ralph F. DellaCamera, Jr. 75 B.S., left, dedicates UNH's new stadium to his father, Ralph F. DellaCamera, as part of the Homecoming 2009 celebration. See story, page 1 3. The College of Arts and Sciences WNHU 88.7 FM Ushers in New Era for Communication Students The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences New Ph.D. Programs Highlight UNH Strengths The College of Business Dehvering Education to the Workplace The Tagliatela College of Engineering Saving Gasoline: Students Compete to Build a Better Vehicle Going Green: UNH Dedicates New Soundview Residence Hall See page 2 DEPARTMENTS 2. News® UNH 10. Sports Roundup 13. Cover Story 20. Alumni News 24. Class Notes Winter 2009 for Past Graduates See page 22 University of New Haven Alumni Magazine Executive Editor: Dan Kdlmanson Editor: Jane Gordon Class Notes: Heather Alpaugh '06 B.S.. Criminal Justice, Katy Cummings '10 M,A., Community Psychology, Forensic Psychology Editorial Assistance: Heather Alpaugh, Andy Beardsley Jason Cotroneo'l 1 M.S., Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Scott Davis, Jennifer Fazekas, Jacqueline Koral, Andrea Lender, Courtney Maler '10 MBA., Evie Miller, Paula Morlali, Carl Pitruzzello, Joanne Roy, Gayle Tagliatela, Julie Winkel Design: art270. Graphic Design, Jenkintown. Pennsylvania Photography: Andy Beardsley, Jason Cotroneo, Stan Godlewski, Courtney Maler The University of New/ Haven Alumni Magazine is published by the University Advancement Office. We welcome your news and comments. Please email them to email@example.com or send them lo UNH Alumni Magazine, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, a 06516. The University of New Haven is committed to equal access to educational and employment opportunities for all applicants regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or sexual orientation, in compliance with state and federal statutes. On The Cover The Charger Football Team celebrates its Homecoming Day victory over the Stonehill Skyhawks. News i @UNH Incoming Class Shatters Records (Again) For the second year in a row, UNH experienced a surge in first-year student enrollment. This fall, the University enrolled approximately 1,250 fi-eshmen — a 14 percent increase over last year s record-breaking class. Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management Kevin Phillips notes that the continued increase is due to a number of factors. New and expanded academic programs, a vast array of study-abroad options and internship opportunities, new state-of-the-art facilities and the return of Charger Football are just a few examples of the tremendous progress taking place on campus. New undergraduate degree programs added this fall include Theatre Arts, Digital Art and Design, and Museum Studies. As a result of these advances, the University's reputation for excellence and innovation is increasingly being recognized throughout the state, the nation and around the globe. Phillips also attributes the increase to a substantial focus on recruitment using social media such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and a new online 360-degree virtual campus tour. The result, he says, is a nearly 100 percent boost in campus visits. "With both campus and online visits, students and parents appreciate the solid connections they make with faculty members and staff," he said. "And once they are here and get a view of the facilities, they see for themselves that UNH is a reaUy 'hot' school." University Dedicates First 'Green' Building The University officially dedicated its first 'green building September 25, the new 402-bed Soundview Residence Hall. The $43 million, five-story building offers spectacular views of the Long Island Sound and the City of New Haven. Soundview is expected to receive a gold certification for Leadership in Energy Efficient Design (LEED), the nationally acknowledged benchmark for green building practices. The certification reflects the University's commitment to sustainable architectural practices. Soundview artfully combines modern amenities with environmental awareness. Energy-efficient lighting, recycling rooms and a first floor exclusively devoted to sustainable living mark it as one of UNH's most ambitious capital initiatives to date. The facility was completed as the University continues to experience record-breaking enrollment, with the largest freshman class in history arriving in late August. More than 5,200 students now attend UNH. fUu .^v:!^s i'it The 2009-2010 fr^hman class Breaking New Ground in Forensic Science Institute Event a Tribute to Dr. Henry C. Lee nee the speeches were done and the accolades delivered, the world's foremost forensic scientist hoisted a shovel September 25 inside a tent on the UNH campus amid thunderous applause. Then Dr Henry C. Lee, flanked by state dignitaries and University officials, dug into a pile of dirt to symbolically break ground for the new Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science building. "The Henry C. Lee Institute has come a long way from when it started in 1975 to today," said Dr. Lee, a longtime UNH professor whose scientific acumen and creative genius provided the impetus for the Institute. "Back then, we had only a few students and a laboratory." The Institute building is a structure that, as Board of Governors' chair Samuel S. Bergami, Jr '85 E.M.B.A., said at the event, "will definitively establish the Institute and the University of New Haven as worldwide leaders in forensic science training and education." Located between Maxcy and Bartels hails, the Institute will house an interactive public-learning center, visual displays of historic cases, classrooms and laboratories. Also included will be a forensic crisis management command center featuring cutting-edge technology available for use by police agencies throughout Connecticut and the nation. The building is scheduled for completion in late 2010. President Steven H. Kaplan was among several speakers who praised Dr. Lee's accomplishments to an audience of several hundred attending the groundbreaking. "I cannot think of another individual who has meant so much and contributed so significantly as Dr Lee to this University's success," he said. MiSw News @UNH z Bartels Fellow, a UNH Grad, was Mastermind behind MasterCard's "Priceless" Campaign People from throughout the world quote the lines verbatim from MasterCard's "Priceless" television commercials, one of the longest running and most successful advertising campaigns in history. "Priceless" is now a part of pop culture, thanks to Lawrence Flanagan '80 B.S., Marketing. This fall's Bartels Fellow, Flanagan spoke to a standing- room-only audience September Bartels Fellow Larry Flanagan '80 B.S., Marketing \ 30 in Dodds Theatre. He also held question-and-answer sessions with a Marketing class and a Financial Accounting class, lunched with student leaders, and spent time with faculty and deans. His advice to all: "Be fearless." As the chief marketing officer for MasterCard Worldwide, Flanagan was responsible for selecting the "Priceless" campaign from 35 options that were offered to the corporation when it was trying to revive itself in the 1990s. Flanagan saw the long-term potential for "Priceless." He pushed hard for it, even though another ad — sharper, cooler, wittier — had gained a strong footing. MasterCard listened to Flanagan, the brand was revived, and Flanagan was hailed a hero. His secret: "I was just willing to say, 'I think this is the best thing to do,' " he said. "I'd rather do the right thing than the safe thing." Hear the Mastermind Behind MasterCard's 'Priceless' Ad Campaign ■When Hie Going Gels Tough, Ibe Tough Relox" lnw.ei.(ePTtaogon'80B.5„l*oiketin9 RtELS mt SEiucs 4 Winter 2009 I'rS^'S^sdoy, September 30, 2009_ Injured Student Meets President at White House While alternative medicine has been around for thousands of years, senior James Hilaire says he may have discovered one of the newest remedies of all — shaking hands with President Barack Obama. Hilaire is recovering from a season-ending injury he received in a soccer game last fall while serving as UNH goalkeeper. ABC News learned of his arduous battle to recover from the accident, and invited him to the White House for the taping of a television program on the future of the nation's healthcare system. Although Hilaire didn't have the chance to ask President Obama his question regarding the lack of affordable health insurance for college students no longer covered by their parents' health insurance, he was able to James Hilaire '10 B.S., Criminal Justice meet the president. Hilaire says Obama shook his hand, smiled and gave him a wink. "That, to me, was the best cure of all," Hilaire said. "To think that millions of people in the United States will never have the chance to meet President Obama — but I did — is wonderful. I will carry that moment with me for the rest of my life." Blodiesel from Algae CsfriK Fcrn^rtdei. AIm« (jagnon, Giilifn Laiarut with Eddie luiik, Ir, PhO flrd Cjrmcia Cucmo. ChO ^ SURF Students Present Research Students who had engaged in summer research exhibited impressive findings September 25 in the lobby of Bartels Hall, the campus center. As part of UNH's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program, students extracted fuel from algae, discovered the eftects of compounds on Lyme Disease, and explored the relationship between economics and human trafficking, among several subjects. Honors 13-Year-Old Is Youngest Student in UNH History Though Maeda Hanafi '13 B.S., Computer Science, enjoys many of the same pastimes as her 13-year-old friends — from roUerblading to computer games — every morning as her friends head off to middle school, Maeda heads to classes at the University of New Haven. The youngest student ever admitted to UNH, Maeda credits her parents. Imam and Anna, for much of her success. Three years after arriving in the United States from lakarta, Indonesia, Imam graduated from UNH in 1995widia degree in Computer Science. Anna, a trained economist, has been home-schooling Maeda and her three siblings, ages 5 to 11, since 2004. Imam now operates Algosmith Computing, a local business that builds financial-system software for Wall Street companies. Maeda shares her father's love and aptitude for computerization. "We are delighted to have Maeda here," said Melissa Laskowski, associate director of Undergraduate Admissions. "She's very bright and very mature. I think she'U bring a fresh perspective to all her classes." Humble Horseshoe Crab Belies Its Life-Saving Properties Anyone who has ever taken a pUl, been tested for meningitis or had a medical device implanted should probably thank the humble horseshoe crab for making it possible, according to Carmela Cuomo, Ph.D., associate professor and coordinator of UNH's Marine Biology Program. The 400-miIlion-year-old invertebrate is well known for its presence on beaches around the globe, but less recognized for the bacteria- identifying compound contained in its bright-blue blood — limulus amoebacyte lysate (LAL) — which is in great demand by the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries. The escalating need for LAL, which is used to identify the presence of bacteria and sells for $15,000 per quart, is one of the reasons why the Adantic horseshoe crab species is particularly worth saving from decline, Cuomo says. After 10 years of research, Cuomo has developed the first protocols to successfully breed the Atlantic species in captivity, a feat that could prove a boon to the biomedical field and help protect the disc-shaped creature from extinction. Psychology Professor Recognized as Rising Star Stuart Sidle, director of UNH's Industrial- Organizational Psychology program, was named as one of 1 5 "Rising Stars" by Business New Haven, the news publication named Sidle as one of the region's business leaders of tomon'ow for his research on workplace issues such as job stress, work satisfaction, employee surveys, change management and leadership development. He also has served as a consultant to dozens of organizational leaders and is frequently quoted in the local and national media. Chin Named Athletics Administrator of the Year Director of Athletics Deborah Chin has been named the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) Division II Administrator of the Year for 2009. The award is bestowed upon NACWAA members who have made significant contributions as administrators of intercollegiate athletics. Students Take 1st Place for Dangers of Underage Drinking Video UNH Communication students took first place in the second annual Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of Connecticut Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest. The students created a 30-second PSA video to reinforce the dangers of underage drinking. The UNH video was chosen from 35 submitted by students from four Connecticut universities. Team members received a cash award in the amount of $2,500. To view the PSA go to: http.//vvww.newhaven.edu/prospective/31089/. Professor to Edit Psychology Journal Psychology Professor Michael Morris has been appointed associate editor of the American Journal of Evaluation (AJE). His tenn begins in November AJE is one of the leading journals in the field of psychological program evaluation. Research Featured in New Journal of Chemistry The research of two UNH professors and a recent graduate was published on the cover of the New Journal of Chemistry in its October edition. Chemistry Professor Pauline M. Schwartz's work with Dan Osipovitch '09 Chemistry, and Mechanical/Civil & Environmental Engineering Professor Carl Ban-att was detailed in the article "Systems Chemistry and Parrondo's Paradox: Computational Models of Thermal Cycling." State Recognizes Professor's Efforts Political Science Professor Jim Dull, who directs UNH's legislative intemships program, was awarded a certificate of recognition September 1 6 by Arthur Forst the executive director of the Connecticut General Assembly's Commission on Legislative Staff Intemships. Forst praised DuH's commitment to the intemship program. continued on page 6 continued from page 5 I z © Dental Hygiene Student Wins Colgate Award Third-year Dental Hygiene student Christine Saraceno '1 1 B.S., won a $5,000 scliolarship from Colgate-Palmolive for the University's Dental Hygiene program with her essay "The value of a specific toothpaste recommendation for your patients' home-care regimen." Saraceno attended the inaugural meeting of the Colgate Oral Health Advisory Board in Manhattan October 21 through October 23 as one of two winners of the essay contest. WImt It Really Takes to Solve Crimes UNH forensic scientist Dr. Henry C. Lee and forensic experts Elaine M. Pagliaro and Katherine Ramsland provide a realistic, in-depth picture of the education skills, challenges and rewards involved in the field of forensic science in their new book "The Real World of a Forensic Scientist: Renowned Experts Reveal What it Takes to Solve Crimes." This compelling insider's guide begins with Dr. Lee's personal story and 40-year career to demonstrate how forensic science developed came to be recognized by the courts and law investigating crimes. DR. HENRY C. LEE ELAINE M. PAGLIARO KATHERINE RAMSLAND FOREWOW aV CAROl HENDEIKON in the 20th century and enforcement as crucial in Overseas Chinese Influence on Trade Explored in New Book A new book co-authored by a UNH Marketing professor explores the differing business strategies of overseas Chinese involved in trading in Southeast Asia compared to traditional Western-style decision making. George Haley, UNH professor of Marketing, his wife, Usha Haley a former Asia Programs Fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School, and Tan Chin Tlong, deputy president of Singapore Management University, wrote "New Asian Emperors," in the hope of creating a better understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of both styles. GetKtfe I Naler UxhlCV.Hafer ChnTaiigTvi An Investment Guide for the Financially Savvy McGraw-Hill recently published "Applied Value Investing" by Joseph P. Calandro, Jr '01 E.M.B.A., of Morrisville, Pa. Calandro, the Enterprise Risk Manager for a global financial services firm in Philadelphia, is a former Finance professor at the University of Connecticut. His book is based on academic papers he published, which were rewritten in book form. applied' VALUE continued on page 7 6 Winter 2009 Tom Beebe Dan Kalmanson New Senior Administrators Tom Beebe has joined the University as the new associate vice president for Capital Projects. While working in the construction industry the past several years, Beebe had been involved with the University on a number of capital projects such as the David A. Beckerman Recreation Center, Soundview Residence Hall and the planning for the new Henry C. Lee Institute building and Battels Hall expansion. Dan Kalmanson is the new associate vice president for Communications and Public Affairs. A former television reporter and producer, Kalmanson has more than 20 years ot experience in leading communications offices for public and private colleges including Florida International University, University of Miami and University of Richmond. Presidential Fellows Provide Crucial Services to Community Summer break had a different meaning for 10 UNH students this year. Instead of soaking up the sun at the beach, these students spent the summer as President's Public Service Fellows, bringing crucial, hands-on services to government and non-profit organizations in the greater New Haven area. Now in its 1 1 th year, the President's Public Service Fellowship Program, funded by a gift from the Henry E. and Nancy Horton Bartels Trust, is a highly selective program that allows students to give back to the community while gaining real-world experience. This summer, the students worked on a wide range of community service projects including coordinating summer enrichment programs for underprivileged children, working with the Connecticut Food Bank, designing curricula for preschool children at the Connecticut Children's Museum, and helping the City of West Haven revise its emergency operations plan. Artists Wield Brushes To Combat Lyme Disease More than 1 5 professional artists created paintings throughout the seaside vUlage of Stony Creek, Conn., July 12 as part of a benefit for the pioneering Lyme Disease research of Biology and Environmental Science Professor Eva Sapi. Their work was exhibited, then auctioned later that day. Thirty percent of the proceeds from the auction went to support the research of Sapi and the UNH Lyme Disease Research Group. Tracking Coastal Ecological Changes A group of LrNH undergraduate and graduate students worked with Professor Roman Zajac of the Department of Biology and Environmental Science this past summer to identify and quantify' changes occurring in salt marshes and other coastal systems, as rising sea levels and coastal development affect salt marsh ecosystems across the Eastern Seaboard. These trends can negatively affect the fishing industry, and may have an impact on coastal flooding. This summer's work revealed some new and potentially significant insights into how animal and plant communities are responding to marsh change and the pace at which such changes are occurring. UNH Dental Hygiene students cared for children's teeth in a Romanian orphanage. Providing Dental Care in Romania, South Dakota Faculty and students returned to Romania this summer to provide preventive care at an orphanage and in surrounding villages, as well as to improve their mastery of the language to better communicate with patients. Students also traveled to a Native American reservation in South Dakota to educate residents in dental hygiene and to provide care. Said Jessica Porter '09 A.S., 'T am so grateful that I was able to have the opportunity to treat the members of the Sioux Indian Tribe and make a difference in their lives." Professor Brett McCormIck with a symposium participant Lee College Dean Gives Keynote Address in Taiwan Dean Richard Ward of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences gave the keynote address opening the Asian Association of Police Sciences meeting In Taipei, Taiwan, at Central Police University In June. Ward has been active In developing international partnerships in Asia for the past 25 years. UNH Symposium Draws Global Participants Senior military officials, diplomats and scholars from more than 1 5 countries tackled a variety of issues at the UNH-sponsored East Asia Symposium and Conference, now In Its second year. In Beijing, China. Coordinated by Brett McCormIck, director of Global Studies and Modem Languages at UNH, the weeklong symposium at China Foreign Affairs University increases the Intemational visibility and reputation of the University. ''Greasy Rider" Author Speaks at Convocation Greg Melville, author of the best-selling book, "Greasy Rider: Two Dudes, One Fry-Oil-Powered Car, and a Cross-Countiy Search for a Greener Future, " was the keynote speaker during Convocation A'stu"^eadi„g this year's AuQUSt 23. ''Greasy Rider" Is the chronicle Common Read selection, of two friends who drive cross country with "Greasy Rider" the goal of not Stopping at a gas pump. The book was selected as UNH's 2009 Common Read selection, inspired by the University's "Go Green" sustalnability campaign. Undergraduate Student Presents Research at International Symposium Criminal Justice student Stacey McMlllin '1 0, who conducted a Summer Undergraduate research fellowship with Professor Mario Gaboury and Professor Chris Sedelmaier of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, presented her research findings at the 1 3th Intemational Symposium on Victimology In Japan this summer. Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitlyabha Mahldol from Thailand delivered the keynote address, sharing her experiences working for underprivileged individuals within the Thai criminal justice system. Investigation into Michael Jackson's Death CNN's Lany King Live, July 10, 2009: Famed talk show host Larry King interviews UNH Forensic Science Professor Dr. Henry C. Lee regarding Michael Jackson's death from a possible drug overdose. UNH has Red-letter Day New Haven Register, September 26, 2009: University dedicates Its first 'green' building and breaks ground for new Lee Institute building on same day continued on page 8 ews continued from page 7 Ready for Football, Six Years Later The New York Times, September 1 8, 2009: In-depth story about the return of Charger football after a five-year absence and the resulting excitement on campus. Lettermans Office Romance Associated Press, September 20, 2009: Amy Nicole Salvaggio, assistant professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, commented on romance in the workplace following the disclosure of David Letterman's office dalliances. The story ran in numerous news outlets including The New York Times, ABCNews.com and Salon.com. Students Get On-the-job Fire Training New Haven Register, September 7, 2009: Five UNH students are spending the fall semester living in a West Haven firehouse as part of an internship program that benefits both the fire science majors and the local community. 44-Year-Old Football Player Featured on ESPN ESPN's "First Take," September 30, 2009: UNH's 44-year old football student-athlete Wayne Parks was interviewed about his ability and desire to play college ball while earning a degree, raising a family and working full-time as a firefighter. Surge in Admissions Business New Haven, August 2009: Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management Kevin Phillips comments on UNH experiencing a surge in first-year fall enrollment for the second year in a row. Looking Good and Feeling Great Modern Mom, August 2009: Nutrition professor Rosa Mo, Ph.D., comments on the need to eat five helpings of fruits and veggies a day to provide significant antioxidants and fiber to reduce heart disease and cancer risk as well as keep weight in check. Companies Abroad Need U.S. Tax Pass New Haven Register, August 20, 2009: Kamal Upadhyaya, chairman of the Department of Economics and Finance, authored an opinion piece arguing against an international tax policy up for review by Congress stating that it would levy a $200 billion tax on U.S. businesses earning revenues overseas. Biodiesel Research Connecticut Public Television, May 28, 2009: Research by professors Carmela Cuomo and Eddie Luzik on how to turn algae from the Long Island Sound into biofuel was prominently featured on CPTV's "All Things Connecticut." Building a Greener Workforce Business New Haven, August 1, 2009: UNH's Tagliatela College of Engineering is developing a new sustainability-based degree program to meet the growing demands for a green workforce. Please visit www.newhaven.edu and click on News & Events for more In the News items. DiStefano with children's parents New Hero of Omaha Beach Criminal Justice student Christopher DiStefano '10, is known as "the new hero of Omaha Beach" by his fellow classmates for his brave act of saving two drowning children in Normandy, France this summer. While touring the historic beach during the UNH College of Arts and Sciences Summer Study Abroad Program, DiStefano came upon a French couple screaming frantically and pointing toward the ocean. Though he didn't understand French, he noticed a young boy struggling to keep his head above water. He immediately dove into the water and began swimming. Once he reached the boy, he discovered a second child completely submerged underwater, the young boy's sister. He helped both get back to shore and safely reunited with their grateful parents. "I saw what was happening and knew I couldn't just stand there, doing nothing," said DiStefano, who hopes to eventually join a local police force. "I just needed to do it. It was quite an experience and it made the trip even more meaningful." Studying Terror Threats Professor William Tafoya, director of the UNH National Security Program and Forensic Computer Investigation Program, spent 10 days this summer in Israel studying the terror threats that face democratic nations. As a Foundation for the Defense of Democracies fellow, Tafoya visited mUitar)' bases and border zones, and talked with other academics, diplomats, military and intelligence officials, and politicians from several countries about the issue. 8 Winicr 100') News @UNH University benefactor Isabella Dodds with John Capozzo '12 B.S., Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering, who received the Robert B. Dodds Scholarship. Scholarship Luncheon Honors Donors More than 35 endowed scholarship donors shared lunch with their respective scholarship recipients October 7 during an on-campus celebration in Bartels HaU, the campus center. UNH faculty member Dennis McGough '81 M.A., Industrial and Organizational Psychology, emceed this year s Annual Endowed Scholarship Luncheon, helping to announce eight new scholarships, including one established by him and his wife. Donna. James Hilaire 10 B.S., Criminal Justice, who was seriously injured in a UNH soccer game in 2008, delivered the keynote speech, taking the opportunity to thank the donors for their generosity benefiting UNH students. Hilaire is this year's recipient of the Ryan-Foster Scholarship. This year, more than $285,000 was awarded from endowed scholarships to more than 140 deserving UNH students. UNH Joins National Sustainability Association The University has joined the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) to promote sustainability on campus. AASHE is an association of colleges and universities that work together to create a sustainable future by providing resources, professional development and a network of support to enable higher education to lead the sustainability transformation. "The University of New Haven's membership in the association marks our deepening commitment to sustainability," said Julia Parker, former vice president for Facilities. Some of UNH 's most recent green initiatives include biodiesel research using algae from the Long Island Sound and the new Global Solutions tor Sustainability course introduced this fall as part of the University's core curriculum. Freshmen Travel Abroad For Study Opportunities The Freshman Study Abroad program grew significandy this year, adding a new program on the Cultural Experiences Abroad campus in the heart of Florence, Italy, in addition to the University's existing program at Roehampton University in London. The addition of the Florence program allowed UNH to accommodate triple the number of students compared to the 2008-2009 academic year. Twenty UNH freshmen are attending classes at Roehampton, and 37 freshmen are spending their first semester in Florence. Maxcy Hall Hits Century Mark Maxcy HaU celebrated its 100th birthday November 9. It opened in 1 909 as the location of the New Haven County Temporary Home for Dependent and Neglected Children, praised as the "finest county home in the state," and was closed, as were all the state's county homes, in 1955. Former UNH President Marvin K. Peterson bought the property in 1960 for use as New Haven College. For years known simply as the Main Building, it was named in 1987 for Dr. Ellis C. Maxcy, who headed the College during the Great Depression. CSI Campers Learn Crime-Solving Techniques What did you do on your summer vacation? "Dusted for fingerprints, analyzed evidence, and cracked a cold case." That is what a group of high school students who recendy attended the Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Camp at UNH can tell their friends. The five-day CSI Camp steps into the real world of crime-scene investigation, giving students hands-on experience with techniques and technology seen in TV and movies. Faculty from the nationally recognized Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences teach at the camp, where students learned procedures and tools that criminologists use to solve cases. ^^^ Sports GSE^^IEJ Roundup Women's Basketball Preview After posting a 16-13 overall record and a 10-12 conference record in its inaugural Northeast- 1 Conference season, the UNH women's basketball team hopes to improve in 2009-10. The team returns three starters and eight letter winners this season, including point guard Helin Marte, '10, B.S., Management of Sports Industries. Marte is expected to be the Chargers' leader this season, after scoring 7.4 points per game and handing out 5.2 assists per game last season. Also returning this season is Dominique Stellmacher '1 1 B.S., Management of Sports Industries, and Alysia Saunders '10 B.S., Biology. Nikki Carroll '12 B.S., Communication is also expected to make an impact for the women this season. The Chargers tipped off the 2009-2010 season at home in a non-conference game against Dominican College at 2 p.m. November 15. The following week, UNH opened its road and NE- 1 schedules with a game at American International November 18. Prior to winter break, the Chargers travels to Florida for two out-of-region games against Lynn University and Nova Southeastern University on December 20 and 22, respectively. The Chargers travel to Southern Connecticut State on January 2, opening the 2010 half of their schedule. On January 16, the Chargers travel to take on NE-10 pre-season favorite Stonehill College. Senior Day will take place for the team's final home game February 20 against Pace University. The regular season concludes February 24 at Adelphi, while the NE-10 tournament begins February 28. Vieira Enshrined as Elm City Legend Former University of New Haven baseball coach Frank 'Porky' Vieira was one of seven who were honored at the 2009 March of Dimes Elm City Legends Second Annual Dinner November 9 at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. Vieira joins his former assistant Joe Tonelli as a New Haven legend. Tonelli was inducted as an Ebn City Legend in 2008. More than 300 participants enjoyed signature 2009-2010 Women's Basketball Jessica Smith, Head Coach DATE OPPONENT TIME Sun., Nov. 15 DOMINICAN 2 p.m. Wed, Nov. 18 at Amer. International 5:30 pm Sat., Nov. 21 at Holy Family 3:30 p.m Tues., Nov 24 ASSUMPTION 5:30 p.m Sun., Nov 29 LE MOYNE 2 p.m. Wed., Dec. 2 at St. Rose 5:30 p.m Sat., Dec. 5 at Pace 1:30 p.m Tues., Dec. 8 ADELPHI 5:30 p.m Sun., Dec. 20 at Lynn (Fla.) 2 pm. Tues., Dec. 22 at Nova Southeastern (Fla.) 2 p.m. Tues., Dec. 29 C.W. POST 5:30 p.m Sat, Jan. 2 at So. Conn. St. 1:30 p.m Wed., Jan. 6 BENTLEY 5:30 p.m Sat, Jan. 9 at UMass Lowell 2 pm. Tues., Jan. 1 2 FRANKLIN PIERCE 5:30 pm Sat., Jan. 16 at Stonehill 1 :30 pm Wed., Jan. 20 at St. Michael's 5:30 pm Sat, Jan. 23 SAINT ANSELM'S 2 p.m. Tues., Jan. 26 at So. New Hampshire 5:30 pm Sat, Jan. 30 MERRIMACK 2 p.m. Wed., Feb. 3 AMER. INTERNATIONAL 5:30 pm Sat., Feb. 6 SO. CONN. ST 2 pm. Tues., Feb. 9 at Assumption 5:30 pm Sat., Feb. 13 at Le Moyne 1 pm. Wed., Feb. 17 ST ROSE 5:30 pm Sat., Feb. 20 PACE 2 pm. Wed., Feb. 24 at Adelphi 5:30 pm Sun., Feb 28 NE-10 First Round TBA Tues., Mar. 2 NE-10 Quarterfinals TBA Fri., Mar. 5 NE-10 Semifinals TBA Sun., Mar. 7 NE-10 Championship TBA Home games in CAPS / All times local to game site. _ Sports SIEE^S Roundup dishes and beverages from over 15 local restaurants and chefs. Also in attendance were this year's honorary Elm City Legends, Tommy John, former Major League Baseball pitcher and former manager of the Bridgeport Bluefish, and Karl Ravech, ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor, "Baseball Tonight" host and golf commentator. 2009-2010 Men's Basketball 41 Sribrrr, HcaA Coach It DATE OPPONENT Sun., Nov. 1 5 at Molloy Wed., Nov. 18 atAnner. International Tues., Nov 24 ASSUMPTION Sun., Nov. 29 tE MOYNE Wed., Dec. 02 at St. Rose Sat, Dec. 05 at Pace Tues., Dec. 08 ADELPHi Sat.,Dec19 MERRIMACK Mon., Dec 21 at Goldey Beacom Tues., Dec. 29 vs. Nyack(@Adelphi) Wed,, Dec. 30 vs. Bloomfield(@Adelphi Sat., Jan. 02 at So. Conn. St. Wed., Jan. 06 BENTtEY Sat, Jan. 09 at UMass ■ Lowell Tues., Jan. 12 FRANKLIN PIERCE Sat, Jan. 16 at Stonehill Wed., Jan. 20 at St. Michael's Sat, Jan. 23 STANSELM Tues., Jan. 26 at So. New Hampshire Sat, Jan. 30 MERRIMACK Wed., Feb. 03 AMER. INTERNATIONAL Sat., Feb. 06 SO. CONN. ST Tues., Feb. 09 at Assumption Sat., Feb. 13 at Le Moyne Wed., Feb. 17 ST ROSE Sat., Feb. 20 PACE Wed., Feb. 24 atAdelphi Sat., Feb. 27 NE-10 First Round Mon., Mar. 1 NE-10 Quarterfinals Thurs., Mar. 4 NE-10 Semifinals Sat, Mar. 6 NE-10 Championship Home games in CAPS /All times local to game site. TIME 2 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. TBA ISA TBA TBA Darryl Greene '10 B.S., shows off his skills. Men's Basketball Preview After posting an 8-19 record in their first Northeast- 10 Conference season, the New Haven men's basketball team looks to improve in 2009-10. With a nucleus of four returning starters and another three returning letter winners, the Chargers made an immediate impact when they open the 2009-10 regular season November 15. The men traveled to Molloy College for a non-conference matchup that day, then began their NE-10 schedule November 18. UNH opened its home schedule November 24 against Assumption College. Other schedule highlights in 2009 include a holiday tournament at Adelphi University December 29 and 30. The Chargers open the 2010 portion of their schedule at cross-town rival Southern Connecticut State January 2. UNH then hosts the Owls at the Charger Gymnasium February 6. Senior Day wUl take place February 20 when the Chargers host Pace University in their final home game of the season. Cassius Chaney '10 B.S. The NE-10 men's basketball tournament begins with seeds five through 12 playing February 27. Leading the way this season will be Cassius Chaney '10 B.S., Management of Sports Industries, Darryl Greene '10 B.S., Information Technology, and Kelvin Jackson '10 B.S., Criminal Justice. Chaney led the team last season with 18.8 points per game, while adding a team-high 7.4 rebounds per game. Greene, who suffered a season-ending injury midway through last season, will see a majority of his time at the point guard position this season. In 1 3 games last season, Greene averaged 1 1.8 points and 2.5 assists per game. A very athletic center, Jackson added 10 points and 6.4 rebounds per game last year. For more information on Charger Athletics, visit www.newhaven.edu/athletics 11 Sports SIEt^^S Roundup 2009-2010 Indoor Track & Field Kevin ImSwk, Head Couch DATE OPPONENT Sat., Dec. 5 at So. Conn. St. Alumni Classic Sat., Dec. 1 2 at Yale Lid Litter Invitational Sat., Jan. 9 at Yale Invitational fri., Jan. 1 5 at University of Rhode Island Sorlein Invitational Fri., Jan. 22 at Boston Fri., Feb. 5 at Yale Giegengack Invitational Fri., Feb. 1 2 at Rider-Lafayette Invitational Thur, Feb. 18 at NE-10 Championships Thur., Feb. 1 8 at New England Championships Fri., Mar. 12 at NCAA Division II Championships 3 O 2 Sylvestre Maldonado '12 B.S. Peter Kazlas '10 B.A. 2009-2010 Men's Volleyball Danny Goncalves, Head Ciuich DATE OPPONENT TIME Mon., Jan. 25 at Sacred Heart TBA Tues., Jan. 26 ENDICOn 7 p.m. Fri., Feb. 5 SACRED HEART 7 p.m. Sat, Feb. 13 ALBERTUS MAGNUS TBA Sat, Feb. 13 EMMANUEL TBA Fri., Feb. 26 LASELL 7 p.m. Thur, Mar 4 HUNTER 7 p.m. Sat., Mar. 6 at MIT Tournament 4:30 p.m Sun., Mar 7 at MIT Tournament TBA Wed., Mario ELMS 7 p.m. Fri., Mar 12 at York Tournament TBA Sat, Mar. 13 at York Tournament TBA Thur, Mar 25 at Lasell TBA Wed., Mar 31 at SUNY New Paltz 7 p.m. Thur, Apr 1 at Ramapo 7 p.m. Tues., Apr. 6 at Endicott 7 p.m. TBA RAMAPO TBA Home games in CAPS /All times local to game site. 12 Winter 2009 Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium Hails a Victorious Homecoming :*">^' • '.'^-y*^'^*; a '^rV ^?^ ,'3|A^i^ i|l|pp ^^i i!?ET''"S S||^«4^ ^^\i UKi^HiI [^'\^ir k 1 il Q^ ""■Bp.-n. S^^H pilil 4^ t> —^ -. *• ' « ~^- 13 -r .-'•5 sMfi i is typically an annual event that welcomes alumni hack to campus. This years Homecoming at the University of New Haven, however, was far more significant. UNHs Homecoming hailed the return of the Charger football program after a five-year absence. It celebrated the dedication of the new Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, featuring a visually stunning blue and gold sprint turf field, and it reminded students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends of a stoned football past that portends an equally storied future. alph E DellaCamera, Jr. 75 B.S., Marketing, a member of the UNH Board of Governors, made the transformational gift to install die new field. He stood in front of the 3,500 fans gathered at the stadium for the Homecoming match against Stonehill College on September 26, and talked about his path to success. "It isn't about how hard you get hit, its about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward," said DellaCamera, the CIO and managing member of DellaCamera Capital Management LLC m Manhattan. He then dedicated the field to his father, Ralph E DellaCamera, "for teaching and instilling in me the belief that I should never give up and that 1 should believe m myself" The return of Charger football did not come easily President Steven H. Kaplan and Director of Athletics Deborah Chin worked for years to get UNHs team accepted into the highly competitive Nonheast-10 Conference. The University hired a new head football coach and recruited an entire squad of players from scratch. With ]ust a year to field a team. Coach Pete Rossomando and his staff found talent in Photos from top, mementos of the Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium Dedication and Homecoming included a special game-day ticket and commemorative coin; Ralph F. DellaCamera, Jr. 75 B.S.. left, receives a hug from his father, Ralph F. DellaCamera, after dedicating the stadium to him; alumni and friends gather to tailgate before the game; the UNH Marching Band celebrated a homecoming of its own, re-emerging with the return of football. 25 Years Later, Echo Over the Airwaves " As Charger football made its return to the gridiron this season, so did the longest- running play-by-play team in UNH history Craig MortaU and Pat Ryan, who as undergraduates announced Charger football numerous places. Quarterback Ryan Osiecki '12 B.S., Cnminal Justice, a 2008 freshman walk-on at the University of Louisville whose father, Sandy Osiecki, was a backup quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, transferred to UNH in January Wide receiver Sharieff Hall transferred from Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Fla. The stadium was originally named for Robert B. Dodds, a now-deceased UNH Board member and University benefactor. His widow, Isabella Dodds, who has continued in her husbands tradition of supporting UNH, graciously agreed to the stadium's renaming. At the event. President Kaplan thanked Mrs. Dodds, then continued, "Football had a long and proud history at UNH. It belonged here, and it needed to come back." It returned with a vengeance that day With just 21 seconds left in the game, Osiecki completed a pass to Hall for the winning touchdown against Stonehill. Cheering from the sidelines was 44-year-old reserve nose guard Wayne Parks '12 B.S., Arson Investigation, a Fairfield firefighter with three children, two of whom are m college. Parks' age has brought him and the University plenty of publicity, from The New York Times to ESPN. He also has become a cause celebre for the middle-aged athlete. "What I like," the Times quoted Parks as saying, "is when people say you can't do something, because 1 like to prove them wrong. The second thing is, I really like the people who have said. Wow, you've really inspired me.' " Pat Ryan, and Craig Mortal! back at work for WNHU 88.7 FM games for WNHU 88.7 FM from 1980 through 1984, are reprising their roles for the UNH radio station more than two decades later "Our hair is thinner, our waistlines are thicker, we're both married with kids, and the equipment is more sophisticated," Monali '84 B.S., Communication. "Other than that, very litde has changed. We still love football." A native of North Haven, Mortal! went on to become a six-time Emmy Award-winning producer for ESPN, headquartered in Bristol, Conn. His most recent documentary, "Triumph and Tragedy: The "Ray Mancini Story," which premiered on ESPN Classic in November 2007, won the 2008 CableFAX Program Award for Best Show: Sports, and also was nominated for a Sports Emmy in the Outstanding Documentary category. Ryan also grew up in North Haven, worked for WTNH-Channel 8 and Comcast Cable, and is now a buyer for Sikorsky Aircraft in Stratford. "Our friendship has grown since our days as students," MortaU said, "so the on-air rapport is as good, if not better, than it was when we last teamed up in 1984." One last thing, he says. "It's great to have Charger football back." A First Season Ends Well; On to Next Year In their first season since 2003, the Chargers finished with a 5-5 overall record, including a 4-4 record in the Northeast-10 Conference. The New Haven Register quoted quarterback Ryan Osiecki '12 B.S., Criminal Justice, as saying, "Most people had us last in the NE-10. We went 5-5, so I think it was a good season overall. We have a lot of things to work on, and we're only going to get better." 15 The College of Arts and Sciences WNHU Already a Top Station, Gets a Makeover Student Opportunities, Desire for New Prognumning Prompt Changes I he J^sta he University's campus radio station, WNHU 88.7 FM (wwn'.wnhu.net), long regarded as one of the top college stations in the state, has embraced a new philosophy. Renowned for its eclectic programming, the station dramatically rescheduled programming in September and increased student opportunities, in the hopes that the audience will increase as well. The station also added two Internet streams and a professional automation system to replace outdated technology. "The changes at the radio station — such as expanded student programming and a more student-friendly environment — have been great," said Mia Becker '10, Music Industry and J, Finance. "Other students S are responding really well S to it too." I In 2008, WNHU moved 1 from being simply a student ~ activity to an academic arm 2 ofUNH's Department of £. Communication, FUm and s Theatre. That same year, the 16 Winter 2009 Renowned for its eclectic programming, the station dramatically rescheduled programming in September and increased student opportunities, in the hopes that the audience will increase as well. station developed a website offering streaming audio, play lists and expanded station information including popular DJ bios and photos. After a national search, WNHU also hired a professional general manager. "The change is noticeable," said Professor Steve Raucher, chair of the UNH Department of Communication, Film and Theatre. More than two dozen students either passed their training and qualifying exam or are waiting to hear Seven students are training v^rith two UNH alumni who are broadcasting Charger Football games (see story, page 15). Another 25 students helped the general manager plan and coordinate the station's first sponsored event, a "Beademania Again" concert. "The station sounds better, offers three times the broadcasting opportunities for students and community volunteers, provides a more professional atmosphere for students, offers a better academic environment for students, and is a much nicer place to work," Raucher said. Above, WNHU 88.7 FM station manager Bryan Lane with student Tislia Woosencraft '10 B.S. Left, Woosencraft on tier own at the controls. The College of Business M.B.A. Program Brings Education to the Workplace broom service, the employees at Pitney Bowes are having their education delivered to them. On Monday and Wednesday evenings, employees gather in the Discovery Room in Building No. 27 at the Pitney Bowes facility in Shelton to work toward their master's degrees through a cohort program offered through the College of Business. Cohort programs allow classes to move seamlessly as a unit through the coursework. There are other advantages as well. "Two nights a week, I Uterally walk downstairs from my office and I'm in the class," says Marisa Scott, the manager of IT Strategic Sourcing at Pitney Bowes. "And if we stay with the program through to the end, 100 percent of the tuition is reimbursable by the company. Financially, it makes sense and it's very convenient." The class will complete the program in the spring of 2012, and Scott, who has been trying to return to school for many years to earn her master's degree, wiU finally be able to cross that achievement off her Ust. UNH adjimct instructor Jim Mohs, who teaches in the cohort program, says he had some initial reservations about the in-house approach, which leads to a fast-paced, accelerated M.B.A. But his experience at Pitney Bowes has alleviated his concerns. "I find this cohort to be remarkable," Mohs said. "There is a chemistry among the class members, a pure team learning concept where everyone participates." And everyone benefits. "Offering an M.B.A. in-house is a tremendous convenience for the students," says Linda Carlone, who directs the program for UNH. "They don't need to get into their cars and travel any^vhere. In some work environments, employees may return to their desk to get some more work done." -"^,-1^^ College o/ Criminal Justice ? and Forensic Sciences Two New Ph.D. Programs Highlight UNH Strengths , in Criminal Justice, Forensics w- ith global terrorism and ' the demand for tighter homeland security increasing, the University has created two new Ph.D. programs, one in Criminal Justice, the other in Forensic Medicine and Sciences, to begin in 2010. The Criminal Justice Ph.D. program is expected to quickly attract both full-time traditional graduate students and part-time professionals. "The UNH Criminal Justice Ph.D. will provide the nation and state of Connecticut with doctoral-level education that will benefit other institutions of higher learning and the numerous agencies concerned with criminal justice, homeland security, and public-safety operations," says Dean Richard Ward, who will coordinate the program. The Forensic Medicine and Sciences Ph.D. program is a joint effort between UNH and the University of Verona in Italy, and is believed to be the first international program of its kind. It calls for UNH students to spend at least seven months in Verona, and UNIVR students to spend seven months at UNH. "We are very excited about this," says Dr. Franco Tagliaro, a professor and director of UNIVR's Institute of Forensic Medicine. He and fellow faculty member Dr. Federica Bortolotti visited UNH recendy, bringing along an electropherograph, an instrument that will be used to teach students forensic analysis. Professor Franco Tagliaro, M.D., and Professor Federica Bortolotti, M.D., of the University of Verona with the electropherograph they brought from Italy, a forensic analysis tool that determines the composition of a variety of substances. »4.'ll' The program will bridge the gap between forensic medicine and traditional forensic science, says UNH Professor Timothy Pahnbach, director and chairman of the Forensic Science Department. "In the United States, with territories and turfs and the separation between the fields, this type of collaboration is unheard of but unbelievably valuable," Palmbach says. "You are taking everything medicine has to offer and everything forensic science has to offer and putting it together to solve crimes." The Forensic Medicine and Sciences Ph.D. program is a joint effort between UNH and the University of Verona in Italy, and is believed to be the first international program of its kind. The Tagliatela College of Engineering Competing on a Drop of Gasoline and High Hopes Mechanical Engineering Students Enter Supermileage Competition Just about everyone who owns a car wants better gas mileage. The truly committed buy hybrids or convert their cars to run on recycled vegetable oU, but the LfNH chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers did them one better: Chapter members buUt their own high-mileage vehicle, and entered it in their very first race. SAE, a society that advances mobility engineering, sponsors a Supermileage Competition each year. This year, 45 teams from across the nation signed up for the race, although just 30 actually made it to Marshall, Michigan, with the hopes of competing. And before even putting a vehicle on the track, teams needed to pass a technical inspection. By the time the race began, just 23 teams qualified for competition, with UNH among them. "This alone, we learned, was a tremendous accomplishment," said UNH Chapter President Michael Ingmanson '10, Mechanical Engineering. "Most first-year teams never complete technical inspection, let alone compete in the race." Club member and driver Tom Ruggieri '10, Mechanical Engineering, pushed the car to its limits, completing five laps before the drive chain tore apart. A quick repair and four laps later, the chain severed again, and the race was over. But the team was elated: the vehicle's race mUeage was 240 miles per gallon, 14 times the fuel efficiency of the average U.S. automobUe. "One of the biggest benefits to attending the competition was the wealth of inspiration and knowledge we found in other teams' designs and ideas," Ingmanson said. "We were able to come away with pages of ideas and plans for improving our designs and producing a better car next year." "One of the biggest benefits to attending the competition was the wealth of inspiration and knowledge we found in other teams' designs and ideas." Michael Ingmanson ' 10 B.S., president UNH Chapter of American Society of Mechanical Engineers Alumni News A Message from the Alumni Association President r- very year, we on the Alumni Association Board make an effort to involve you in the life of the University. This year, we are hoping you consider coming to the Alumni Scholarship Ball, whose theme is 'Give Locally, Impact Globally.' Monies raised from the Scholarship Ball — including the Alumni Association Scholarship — help students pay for college. Once they graduate, they have an impact throughout the globe, from West Haven to Texas to Thailand. See the ad on the back cover of this magazine; the Ball is always a beautiful event and a great time. Consider attending this year. I also want to mention the Golden Charger honorary degree ceremony held in June, which is featured in this magazine. The University presented honorary bachelor's degrees to a number of alumni in a very moving ceremony that, for many, was a highlight of their lives. Education, combined with experience, is what the University of New Haven does so well, and UNH wanted to recognize this accomplishment for these graduates. It definitely had an impact on them. Come back to campus to see the many incredible changes here, come to the Scholarship Ball, and become involved again with the University. That way, you can have an impact too. ^^ RickToce'OlE.M.B.A. Become a Fan of the UNH Alumni Association Find us on Facebook The UNH Alumni Association has created a fan page on Facebook-, another way to help you stay connected to your alma mater. Become one of the more than 750 fans of the Alumni Association to enjoy: • Alumni and University News • Alumni Events • E-Newsletters and the Alumni Magazine • Alumni Event Photos Exclusive Memberships Available to Alumni ■r * Alumni memberships are available to the David A. Beckerman Recreation Center starting at just $20 per month. To learn more about this exclusive opportunity, contact the Beckerman Center Membership Desk at 203-931-2965. Act now to take advantage of holiday discounts and promotions. t^. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS PRESIDENT Richard Toce '01 E.M.B.A. VICE PRESIDENT loseph Danao '04 M.S. SECRETARY Karen Facey '98 B.S. TREASURER Richard Perusi '73 B.S. ALUMNI BOARD Marie R. Accrino '70 B.S. Michael H. Ambrose '84 B.S. George Aseme '83 M.S. Carl Babb '76 B.A. Monique Beson '01 B.S. Johnny Corey '06 E.M.B.A. Shontae Corey '04 B.S., '05 M.S. Joseph Danao '04 M.S. Andrew Dinkel'Ol B.S. Louis Eswood '09 B.S. Karen Facey '98 B.S. Parker Gallo '08 B.S. WiUcingson Germain '04 B.S. Jay Krishnamoorthy '06 E.M.B.A. Krystal Livingston '02 B.S., '07 M.S. Jeannine Luisi '06 B.S. Eugene Mascolo '90 M.S. Joseph Nemorin '03 B.S., '08 E.M.B.A. Richard Perusi '73 B.S. Timothy Rohach '07 E.M.B.A. Mary Russell '78 B.A. Deborah Serphillips '85 B.S., '91 M.S. Lawrence Spellacy '66 B.S. Richard Toce '01 E.M.B.A. Jason Vasilakos '03 B.S. Adrienne Vaughan '99 E.M.B.A. ALUMNI RELATIONS E-mail; firstname.lastname@example.org 300 Boston Post Road West Haven, CT 06516 Phone: 203.932.7270 Fax: 203.931.6020 www. newhaven. edu/alu m n i 20 Winter 2009 Alumni News Football Alumni Gather For a Spirited Reunion F* resident Steven H. Kaplan visited with more than 50 football alumni and their guests at a pre-game tailgate reception September 19 to celebrate UNH's first football home game in five years. Several alumni who attended were members of the University's first football team from 1973, when the team was a part of Division III. UNH became a Division II team in 1982. "When I went to school at UNH, football was a big part of m}- life, and the guys I played with were a big part of my extended family," said Dave Haubner '86 B.S., Business Administration, who helped gather alumni for the event. "The best way to thank the University was to show our support, especially for how grateful we are that football is back." UNH's Miami Alumni Weekend December 4 through December 6, which included a Miami Dolphins game and a tour of Land Shark Stadium, also brought together football alumni, who continued to reminisce about the September 19 reunion. "People are still talking about it," Haubner said. "They can't say enough about how great the stadium looks, how great the campus looks. I want to thank President Kaplan, the athletic directors and everyone else who made this possible." For more photos of the event, please visit www.newhaven.edu/alumni/pastevents/34313/ Alumni News Worth Waiting For: 48 Receive Honorary Bachelor's Degrees President Steven H. Kaplan awarded honorary bachelor's degrees to 48 UNH alumni who ^raduated 50 or more years ago with associate's degrees from the former New Haven College at the 12th Annual Golden Charger Luncheon and Commencement Celebration in June. In addition, 35 alumni were inducted into the Order of the Golden Chargers. In an emotional ceremony held on the anniversary of D-Day, marking the start of the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II, dozens of veterans were applauded and recognized for their military service. AH of those honored had been able to earn their associate's degrees, but were unable for a variety of reasons to return to coUege to earn their bachelor's degrees. One honorary bachelor's degree recipient said of the ceremony, "This was one of the nicest things to happen to me in my lifetime." For weeks afterward. President Kaplan received letters of thanks and reminiscence from bachelor's degree recipients and their family members. The son of one recipient wrote, "For someone like my father — quiet, unassuming — this was certainly one of the highlights of his life." z z s 3 < Photos, clockwise from top right, James F. Clouse '53 A.S., his daughter Betsey Clouse, center, and his granddaughter, Olivia Clouse. President Steven H. Kaplan presents an honorary degree to Jack McQuillan '57 A.S., who passed away on Veterans Day. Paul Chaplick '48 A.S., his wife Genevieve Chaplick, and daughter Nina Saylor enjoy the celebration. John R. Gehring '52 A.S., a 2009 recipient of the University's Distinguishi Alumni award, receives his degree from President Kaplan. 22 Wimer2009 Alumni News Third Annual Alumni Weekend It was a time to reconnect with fellow University of New Haven alumni, celebrate school spirit and participate in activities with friends and family. UNH's Third Annual Alumni Weekend, held June 5 through June 7, offered three days filled with festivities including a barbecue, fireworks and several receptions. The weekend kicked off Friday at Lilly's Pad at Toad's Place in New Haven. Other events included a thank-you reception given by President Steven H. Kaplan for members of the Loyal Engaged Annual Donor (LEAD) Society for their continued support and commitment to the University, a gathering of alumni of the E.M.B.A. program for conversation, cocktails and appetizers in the German Club, and a barbecue Saturday for all alumni, who then were dazzled by an awe-inspiring display of fireworks. The weekend concluded Sunday with brunch and campus tours. Class Notes 1970s Frances Foley '76 B.S., Hotel and Restaurant Management, '85 M.S., Computer and Information Science, was named a "Person of the Week" by the East Haven Q)urier. Foley, a resident of East Haven, is known as the "Web Mistress" for posting accurate and up-to-date East Haven town government news on numerous websites. With more than 25 years of banking e.xperience, Daniel R. DeRosa '78 B.S., Criminal Justice, '81 M.B.A, of Rockfall, Conn., has been named senior vice president of Commercial Lending for Apple Valley Bank, a division of New England Bank. Pasquale W. DeLlse '74 M.RA., and Maria DeLise of Northford, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 30, 2009. 1980s Milford Police Department recentiy promoted Hamden resident John "Jack" Simko '80 B.S., Criminal Justice, to sergeant. Simko, who has 26 years of experience, has received the Meritorious Service Award, three commendations, and the Red Cross Lifesaving Award. Liberty Township, Ohio, resident Lawrence A. Adeleye '82 M.B.A., recentiy joined State Auto Mutual Insurance Company as the director of Treasury and Finance. Aileen Hull '82 B.S., Electrical Engineering, of Irvington, Va., recentiy accepted a position as a sixth-grade mathematics teacher at William Campbell Combined School. Mystic resident Elaine B. Fiore '86 M.B.A., Finance, has been promoted to deposit operations Alumni Spotlight Saving the Earth by Growing a New Marketplace officer at the Washington Trust Company. Fiore joined the bank in 2003 as a reconciliation associate in Financial Administration. Branford resident David S. Blitz '87 M.B.A. , has been named senior vice president and manager of Commercial Banking with Farmington Savings Bank. OPEL International Inc. has announced that Madison resident Steven K. Lam '89 M.B.A., is the new director of Asian Business Development, a position in which he will expand solar markets in China, South Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand. The resume of UNH Board of Governors member Thomas Lewis, Jr. '74 B.S., Business Administration, '76 M.S., Computer and Information Science, testifies to his pursuit of a varied career. With a degree from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America, Lewis cooked his way through the University of New Haven to pay for his schooling, working at local restaurants, country clubs and hotels. After graduating, he served as an executive at numerous corporations, was director of Technology for the Executive Office of the Reagan administration — winning the Distinguished Service Award of the Office of Administration — and most recentiy was Executive-in-Residence at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, where he designed and taught the environmental finance M.B.A. program. He is an accomplished artist whose grandfather, Giovanni Scarinci, was a favored portraitist for numerous federal judges. His most recent venture, however, might be his biggest yet. He is the new CEO of Green Exchange, a consortium of leading financial and environmental companies including Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse and J.P. Morgan, seeking a share of the $300 billion global emissions market. Lewis will lead the consortium's global grovrth through the creation of a financial exchange for trading environmental commodities such as carbon offsets and Renewable Energ)' Certificates. He also will provide strategic direction for development of products to serve these emerging markets. "It's a very large endeavor," says Lewis, who was honored with the University's Distinguished Alumni award in 1994, is the recipient of an honorary doctorate in Business Administration, and is chairman of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science. "There are not a lot of individuals in the general business sector who understand the magnitude of this. We expect to be the largest environmental trading platform in the world." The global emissions market is expected to grow to about $3 trillion to $5 trillion in the nexl three to five years, making it the largest new financial market for the foreseeable future. "I'm inspired," he says. "I find that this is something that not only has economic value, but 1 believe it has a noble purpose. I am committed to this because I believe in the premise that in order for environmental policy to be successful, you have to engage the capital markets. Being able to link the environmental purpose and the creation of capital is something that will help to improve the world. " "We expect to be the largest environmental trading platform in the -world." 24 Mr.«<„. tr\/\n Class Notes 1990s Thomas L. Caisse '90 B.S., Fire Science, ot Oxford, Mass., has been promoted to assistant vice president and senior account engineer at FM Global. The Stratford Fire Department has announced the selection of James J. Cavanaugh '90 B.S., Fire Science, as chief. Cavanaugh, a Waterbury resident, has more than 30 years of experience. He vitU oversee the local dispatch center and the Stratford Emergency Medical Services. Thomas J. Benedict '93 M.S., Environmental Science, of East Hampton, has joined Tighe & Bond, Inc., one of the most experienced engineering firms in Uew England. Benedict has 17 years of experience in environmental, health, and safety projects. Fotios Koskinas '93 B.S., Criminal Justice, of Fairfield, has been promoted to captain with the Westport Police Department. The town of Ledyard has hired Mystic resident Gregory R. Teifert '93 M.B.A., Marketing, as the new director of the Water and Pollution Control Authority. Robert D. Boudreau '94 M.S., Taxation, of Clinton, a partner at Buckley, Frame, Boudreau & Co., has joined the advisory council of the Connecticut Society for Certified Public .Accountants. Send Us Your News Go wvwww.newhaven.edu/alumni, then click UNH Online Community on the left, then Class Notes on the left. Add yoiirnews! Essex resident Peter J. Decker '97 M.S., Taxation, the managing member of HT Partners, LLC, a multi-family office and investment advisory firm located in Essex, was recendy recognized in the June 2009 issue of The Investment News as one of the top fee-only registered investment advisers ranked by growth in discretionar)' assets under management. The firm is ranked 33rd in the United States by The Investment News and was also ranked 38th by the pubUcation's emerging "Up and Coming" registered investment advisers list. The Milford Police Department has promoted Officer Brandon Marschner '97 M.S., Criminal Justice, to sergeant. Marschner, a Milford resident, is a member of the Marine/SCUBA Unit, the ATV Unit and the Bic7cle Patrol Unit. Jeffrey B. Reich-Hale '98 B.S., Hotel and Restaurant Management, the director of sales at the Fairfield Inn by Marriott — Long Island City/Manhattan, was recently featured in an article in the Queens (N.Y.) Courier for his efforts to establish a Long Island City tourism committee through the Long Island City Business Improvement District. 2000s Newton Savings Bank recently announced the promotion of Duane H. Giannini '00 E.M.B.A., to senior vice president. Giannini resides in Newtown with his wife, Deborah, and their three daughters. Alumni Spotlight A Life Of Work, Now A Time For Play William L Bucknall, Jr. '65 B.S., Business Administration, rose to become one of the top himian resources professionals in the nation, retiring in 2008 as senior vice president of United Technologies Corp. His sense of industry, his intelligence and his wizardry with time management, however, weren't slowing down. He had simply decided to focus on more important matters. With two daughters and four grandchildren, and faniih- vacations in Martha's Vineyard in the summer and Barbados in the winter, along with family ski trips to Vermont, one might think he spends all his time with his family. Certainly, he dotes on his daughters, and particularly on his grandchildren. "It is thrilling to watch each child grow and develop into their own imique personality," he says. "It is a priceless experience because of the joy they bring to my Ufe, and because I am able to give them back to their mothers at the end of the day." Then he is off on far-flung journeys, to the South of France, traveling from Menerbes, the setting for Peter Mayle's best-selling book, "A Year in Provence," to Aries, where Vincent Van Gogh foimd the inspiration for many of his most famed paintings. He also has escaped to England — London, Cambridge and the Cotswolds — to Paris, Amsterdam, Rome, and most recently, Sicily, where he toured Catania, Taormina, Syracuse, Agrigento and Palermo. These days, he has far more time to pursue one of his favorite passions, reading, and regularly attends performances at the Metropolitan Opera and on Broadway. He also remains active on the University's Board of Governors. Retirement, and his expansive definition of it, has brought him a certain satisfaction. "George Herbert, the English clergyman and poet, said 'Living well is the best revenge,' " Bucknall says. "I completely agree with him." Bill Bucknall at the Segesta Temple, an ancient Doric temple in Sicily 25 Class Notes 3 2 26 Alumni Spotlight Seton Hall's New Assistant Coach Polished Her SkiUs at UNH Former UNH women's basketball standout Ty Grace '99 B.S., Management of Sports Industries, is now an assistant coach for women's basketball at Seton Hall University. Grace, most recently an assistant coach at West Point, also served as head coach at Ramapo College in New lersey, as an assistant at Fairleigh Dickinson, also in New Jersey, and as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Hartford. Grace has a master's in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson. "She has tremendous experience," said Seton Hall Head Coach Phyllis Mangina. "Her energy and enthusiasm will greatly benefit everyone in our program." Wilson Lauture '00 M.B.A., of Stamford, who won notoriety when he paraded in a business suit through numerous Connecticut towns earlier this year holding a sandwich board listing his qualifications for a job and his status as an unemployed accountant, has found a job. The story was seen by an executive at the Manhattan accounting firm Buchbinder, Tunick & Co. The firm hired Lauture in September. Harwinton resident Jason Emery '02 B.S., Fire Science, has been with the Waterbury Fire Department for 15 years and is a lieutenant with its Rescue/ Hazmat Company. Emery is the founder of Emergency Training Solutions, LLC, and is the lead PowerPoint designer for the Fire Engineering Handbook for Firefighter I and II. Edgewater, N.J. resident Gina-Marie Bertucelli '04 M.S., Fire Science, has joined Trinity Real Estate in New York City as manager of Life Safety. Bertucelli was formerly employed at The Bank of New York Mellon, where she worked as the fire and life safety manager. Patrick McMahon 05 M.RA., of Norwich, has been named the acting police chief tor the Middletown Police Department. McMahon began his career as an officer in the Norwich Police Department, worked for the San Diego Police Department for one year, then returned to the Norwich Police Department. He retired from Norwich in 2003 and moved to the Groton Police Department, where he served as deputy police chief for four years before moving to Middletown. Alumni Spotlight A Second Chance at Success Sylvia Morgan '83 B.S., Financial Accounting, arrived in Connecticut as an unwed teen mother v«th an infant son and few skills. She might have ended up a statistic but for one thing: a college education. "I wanted my baby to have the best, and the only jobs I could find were domestic work," she said recendy, more than three decades after she left home in Virginia and moved to Connecticut with a friend. "It became clear to me that I needed more education." She remembered happy moments poring over numbers with her father when she was small, and she decided to pursue math. She obtained her GED, attended Naugatuck Valley Community College, and was recommended for a scholarship to UNH. After graduating, Morgan became a CPA, and for more than 25 years has been an associate financial examiner in the Securities Division of the Connecticut Department of Banking, the state equivalent to the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. "Having access to education and training turned my Ufe around," said Morgan, who prides herself on giving annually to UNH. "Without the scholarships and financial aid, there's no way I could have done it. I sincerely believe that anyone who wants to go back to school deserves a chance." New Britain resident Timothy R. Cyr '05 B.S., Criminal justice, has joined the New Britain Fire Department as a firefighter. The Westport Police Department recendy promoted Jillian L. Cabana '06 B.S., Criminal Justice, of Westport, to detective. Cabana joined the department in May 2006. Stratford resident Debra "Debi" Hirth '06 B.S., Criminal Justice, has recently accepted a position as a revenue officer with the Internal Revenue Service in Bridgeport. Milford resident Brian R. Peloso '06 B.S., Criminal Justice, '08 M.S., Criminal Justice, has been acknowledged by the Milford Mirror for his service in the U.S. Navy fi-om December 1996 to AprU 2002, where he was deployed three times to the Persian Gulf aboard the USS Chosin. Aaron W. Luke '07 B.A., Political Science, has joined The Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga, Tenn., as program manager. Luke, a Chattanooga resident, was formerly employed by the Hamilton County Department of Education. Joel M. Sachs '07 M.S., Taxation, principal of Konowitz, Kahn, &. Co., PC, has been elected to the board of directors of Recovered Medical Equipment for the Developing World (REMEDY), Class Notes a non-profit organization that provides international medical relief. Sachs, a Woodbridge resident, also serves on the board of directors for the Greater New Haven lewish Family Services, the Endowment Fund Board of Congregation B'Nai lacob Synagogue, and the National Editorial Board for PDI Global, Inc. Guilford Aquatics Director, Jeffrey J. Bernard! 08 M.S., Education, of Guilford, was named Person of the Week by the Guilford Courier after his heroic efforts resulted in the rescue of a 9-year-old boy from Lake Quinnipaug in Guilford. A 15-year veteran of the Norwalk Fire Department, Albert C. Bassett '09 B.S., Fire Science, has been promoted to captain. Bassett, a Norwalk resident, serves as the co-chairman of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team. Clarence, N.Y., resident Joshua D. Britzzalaro '09 B.S., Fire Science, Alumni Scholarship Ball Online Auction March 15 -April 5, 2010 Mark your calendar and help support scholarships atUNHby: Making a donation to our exciting online auction Bidding on travel, entertainment, sports memorabilia and many other great auction items For more information, visit www.newhaven.edu/scholarshipball2010 — recendy graduated from the U.S. Chips' Pub II, located in Guilford, Coast Guard Recruit Training will soon re-open as KC's Pub Center in Cape May, N.l. under new owner Kelly Carney A Love Story The New York Times in July featured the story of the courtship of Timothy Maclejak '08 M.S., Education, a math teacher at St. Xavier High School in LouisviUe, Ky, and Kelly Morgan, telling of how the couple became acquainted as youngsters vacationing in Nantucket. They remained friends, and reunited after college graduation for a dinner in Manhattan that included Ms. Morgan's mother, Sarah Morgan. Once the evening was over, the mother said to the daughter, "What would you do if Tim told you he was going to marry someone else? He's perfect." Three months later, while the couple were visiting together at Maciejak's home in Madison, Conn., they realized they were in love. They were married July 18 in Louisville, just a few months after Sarah Morgan passed away from leukemia. Said the new Mrs. Maciejak of her mother's death, "Being an only child, I really leaned on Tim. He got me through the most challenging and emotional time of my life." '09 B.S., Business Administration. Carney, a Guilford resident, is a former waitress and manager of Chips' Pub II. Louis W. Cesero '09 B.S., Electrical Engineering, has joined the engineering staff at FAST (Food Automation Service Techniques) Inc. Cesero, of Ansonia, will work with FAST's research and development departments to design and manufacture electronic appliance controls for the food industry. The Oxford Board of Education has recently hired Coventry Send Us Your News Go rowww.newhaven.edu/alumni, then click UNH Online Community OH the left then Class Notes on the left. Add your news! 27 I Class Notes resident Jonathan T. Foster '09 M.S., Education, to teach English at Oxford High School. Births Nicole Edwards Mitchell 06 M.S., Criminal Justice, '07 M.S., Forensic Science, and Robert Mitchell, of Plymouth, are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Madison Alice Mitchell, born on July 15, 2009. Madison's proud grandparents are John Mitchell, director of telecommu- nications at UNH, and Judy Mitchell, secretary for the Forensic Science department at UNH. Engagements Danielle N. PomponI 04 B.A., Fine Arts, and Millard Reynolds have announced their engagement. A fall 2010 wedding is planned. Sarah Lynne Armstrong and Justin Douglas Woodslde '05 B.S., Send Us Your News Go to www.newhaven.edu/alumni, then chtk UNH Online Community on the left, then Class Notes on the left. Addyournews! Fire Science, have announced their engagement. They plan a June 2010 wedding. Marriages Victoria P. Gardner 05 M.B.A. and David E. Candelora, February 14, 2009 Jenna Tyre and Christopher E. Bain '03 M.S., Management of Sports Industries, June 6, 2009 Adriana C. Rodriguez '07 B.S., Dental Hygiene, and Tristan Fields '07 B.S., Music and Sound Recording, June 14,2009 Bonnie R. Clein and Francis B. Sllvestri '07 M.S., Education, August 3, 2008 Katelyn Ann Filosi and Jason W. Andrew 08 E.M.B.A., October 18, 2008 Kelly Morgan and Timothy M. Maciejak '08 M.S., Education, July 18,2009 Melody E. Johnson 09 B.S., Chemical Engineering, '09 B.S, Fire Protection Engineering, and Carl E. Soderberg 07 B.S., Criminal Justice, July 10, 2009 In Mf.moriam Michael Krupa '09 Michael Krupa '09, a UNH Mechanical Engineering student, passed away after his kayak capsized September 6 in Long Island Sound. An obituary published Sept. 16 in various newspapers, including The Hartford Courant and the New Haven Register, celebrated his life. It read, "Michael was a kind and generous spirit, always willing to help others in difficult times. He will be forever cherished and loved by those whose lives he touched. " Memorial contributions may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 705 N. Mountain Road, Newington,CT06111. Veteran Female Officer Rises to Chief Karen Krasicky '78 B.S., Criminal Justice, is one of just three women to lead a police department in Connecticut. The Bristol (Conn.) Press published a story in June on Krasicky, who spent 26 years with the Bridgeport Police Department before accepting the police chief's job in Plymouth. She has held the job for four years, garnering respect for her commitment to community policing and her volunteerism in town. Said Krasicky, "I plan to stay in Plymouth for a long time. I have a great department. Everyone pitches in." A BetterJA/ay To Recomgct Discover the connection with the University of New Haven Alumni Online Community. Register for e-mail, class notes updates, job networking and events. Visit http://alumni.newhaven.edu Register today! m ■: ■■ ■■■■;'■■■ ■ -S12: 28 Class Notes Alumni Spotlight Retired Pilot Making a Difference on the Ground During a 23-year career as an American Airlines pUot, preceded by stints as a U.S. Air Force pilot and organic farmer, Peter Smith '70 B.S., Business Administration, prided himself on taking meaningful vacations. He restored stone work on castles in southern France, volunteered with a group of airline employees tf^lMvUlH who brought aid to citizens throughout the globe, and contributed supplies and built furnishings for schoolrooms in a Himalayan mountain village. "I realized how much of a difference one person can make," Smith says. Retiring in 2008, he joined the Peace Corps, relocating to the Kingdom of Tonga, where he works for the Department of Civil Aviation, the Tongan equivalent of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (except that the FAA has almost 50,000 employees, and his department has four). "The good news for retired people looking for a lifestyle change is that the Peace Corps has recently put a lot of emphasis on older people with life skills," he says. Cold showers, outdoor toilets and neighbors who wear grass mats for clothing are all part of the experience. "The Peace Corps isn't for everyone," he says. "But it certainly has something to offer anyone willing to accept the challenge ot Uving outside their comfort zone. " To learn more about the foundation Smith established to help rural Nepali schools, visit www.openyourhands.org. "I realized how much of a difference one person can make." The University of New Haven Alumni Association cordially invites you and a guest to A Winter Wonderland at UNH December 16, 2009 6-9 p.m. Alumni Lounge, Bartels Hall, the Campus Center 300 Boston Post Road, 'West Haven, CT $25 per person Hors D'oeuvres, Buffet Dinner, Open Bar, and Live Music In concert with a UNH student effon to assist local food banks struggling to meet an even greater need this year, we are asking that you bring a donation of non-perishable food items. All items will be donated to West Haven Emergency Assistance Taskforce (WHEAT). The favor of a reply is requested by Friday, December 11, 2009 www.newhaven.cdu/alumni For more information, please visit http://diumni.newhaven.edu/netcommunity/winterwonderland or call the Alumni Relations Office at 203-932-7270. Reserved parking will be available. 29 Class Notes In M F.MORI am Remembering Professor Smith Professor Emeritus and former administrator Warren J. Smith died July 20 in Florida. Well-known for his gregarious nature and creative spirit. Professor Smith was an esteemed educator at UNH for 35 years until his retirement in 1 997. He was chair of the Department of General Management, dean of the School of Business Administration, founder and acting dean of the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism, founder and chair of the Faculty Senate, and co-author of the University's first Faculty Constitution. He taught Management Science, Economics and Quantitative Analysis in an always approachable way. He also helped small business owners with finance and strategic planning as a consultant for the Small Business Administration, and was an avid writer, appearing frequently in Florida's regional newspapers long after he had officially retired. As one small example of his tenacity and perseverance, he took up running at 54, ran his first marathon at 55, and ran the Boston Marathon in four hours, at age 64. He leaves his wife Jean (Cordon) Smith, and two daughters, Deborah J. Chevie of Norfolk and Valerie A.Smith of Watertown. In Memoriam o z 5 1930s Stanley F. Durfee '35 A.S., Business Administration 1950s Glane R. Epps '51 A.S., Business Administration George H. Gilmore '53 A.S., Engineering Alfred Clark '57 A.S., Business Administration Jack McQuillan '57 A.S., Business Administration 1960s Kenneth J. Buchta '61 A.S., Business Administration Leroy G. Carter '63 A.S., Engineering Science WiUiam C. Miller '64 B.S., Management Science William E. O'Connor '65 B.S., Electrical Engineering lychard J. Matthews '65 B.S., '72 M.S., Industrial Engineering Stuart W. Fillmore '66 B.S., Business Administration Richard C. Luddy '67 B.S., Business Administration Donald F. Schurk '67 S.E.D., Business Administration 1970s Phyllis R. Grande '70 B.A., English John E. Merancy '70 B.S., Business Administration Geraldine J. Vogt '70 B.S., Financial Accounting John F. Alea, Jr. '71 B.S., Business Administration Robert V. Casey '72 A.S., Criminal Justice, '77 B.S. Gerald F. Rambush '72 B.S., Business Administration John W. Anderson '74 A.S., Criminal Justice Louis J. Colella, Jr. '74 B.S., '78 M.B.A. Anthony J. DiMeola '74 S.M.C., Business Administration Stuart R. Sherman '74 A.S., Biology Philip R. Buchanan '75 B.S., Criminal Justice, '83 M.RA. Lawrence A. Fitzsimmons '76 B.S., Industrial Engineering Edward E. HoUomon '77 M.A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology 1980s Raymond J. LeBlanc '80 M.A., Public Safety Management John M. Lescure, Jr. '80 M.B.A., Accounting Joseph R. Fox '81 E.M.B.A. Jane I. Wilkinson '84 E.M.B.A. GaU R Neylan-Shaker '86 B.A., Psychology 1990s John T. Balga, Jr. '91 E.M.B.A. Alex Ungerleider '9 1 M.B.A. David W. Seyler '93 M.B.A., Management and Organization Stuart M. Arotsky '97 M.S., Education 2000s Race "Robert" A. Bolves '07 M.S., Criminal Justice Ramkishore Sadhu '07 M.S., Cellular/Molecular Biology 30 Winter 2009 1 H T ONO H h R ^^M OF D o N O A Letter from the Chairman of the Advancement and Development Committee of the UNH Board of Governors I was unsure of myself as a student until I reached the University of New Haven. Something about this institution — the guidance, the optimism, the belief that all students possess untapped levels of promise — invigorated me and spurred me to work. It is a story I hear often, and a particular strength of the University's. UNH gives its students a clear, clean compass to enable them to find the way. But to where? Success means different things to different people. For many, it means the ability to give to others. When speaking about giving, former Chrysler chairman Lee lacocca once said, "I was fortunate to get a scholarship when I went to Lehigh LIniversity and Princeton. They were both wonderful schools. Somebody was kind enough to spend their money to educate people that they would never get to know. That's what I think philanthropy is about." He's right, of course. Giving isn't about getting a pat on the back or even your name in an Honor Roll of Donors. It's about the quiet satisfaction that comes from knowing that in giving to a student who may never ""^^^^^E- nieet you in person, you could be growing the next philanthropist ^(HHp who will help the next student in need. Giving to education has a way of multiplying its blessings, and in this holiday season, that's a pretty good gift indeed. 1^ Rob Lee '78 B.S., Mechanical Engineering I / 32 Vnivetsity o} hie The following list recognizes all gifts and matching gifts received by the University betw^een July 1 , 2008 and June 30, 2009. Extreme care has been given to the preparation of this report. Please review your name and giving information. If you notice errors, please contact the Office of Advancement at 203-932-7269 or by email at email@example.com so that we may correct our records. Thank you. My Sports Dreams, LLC 1 CAO Group, Inc. UNH LEADERSHIP CLUBS 1 Bethel Ann Rooney Mark L. CeccoruUi '89 and 1 Douglas D. Schumann '69 Sodexo Incorporated Francesca CeccoruUi ■ RESIDENT'S SOCIETY Center for International Studies ■ United Technologies Corporation City Point Construction ■ $1,000,000-H $250,000 - $999,999 Rubin and Sharon Vine Drs. Richard H. and Michelle R. Richard J. Deslauriers, M.D. '90 ^^^HDRNERSTONE CLU and Kristen Deslauriers ^^^Hr PLATINUM CLU $100,000 - $249,999 Ward Estate of James Q. Bensen UNIVERSITY CLU $25,000 - $99,999 Douglas D. Watts '67 and Falcone Law Firm, LLC GATEHOUSE CLU $10,000 - $24,999 Melba Watts Susan L. Ford '99 FOUNDER'S CLU $5,000 - $9,999 WBA Group Fountainhead Property DEAN'S CLU . $2,500 - $4,999 Johnson and Julie Young Management Shelly J. Frank '66 and CHAIRMAN'S CLU ' $1,000 - $2,499 FOUNDER'S CLUB Randy Frank GOLD CLl I . Community Foundation Gallagher Benefit Services (Graduates of Last Decad ■ $500 - $999 for Greater New Haven Incorporated HHHHHHjHIK' l^HI Gale Crowell John R. 52 and Leona M. ^^^^■K BENEFACTO $500 - $999 ^^M Dattco, Incorporated Gehring ^^^^^^^^^ PATRO $250 - $499 I^H Heidi S. '82 and Joel S. Douglas '82 George Ellis Company ^^^^HH[ ASSOCIAT $100 - $249 ^^B Fidelity Investments Raymond 1. Huey '92 and ^^^^^^^C N T R 1 B U TO J^H CoUn I. Foster and Andrea Ryan Bonnie Brangaccio ^^^^^^^^^^B 1: JII^H Murray A. Gerbcr '79 and Shirley Gerber William M. Leete, Jr. Raymond J. Margiano, Jr. '69 and MILLION DOLLAR CLUB OfficeMax Richard J. Grossi '81 and Angela Margiano John and Mary W. Tu David J. Peterson, Jr. '88 and Norma Grossi Northside Development Karen Peterson John W. Howell, Sr. and Company CORNERSTONE CLUB Petra Construction Corporation Elizabeth Howell Otis Elevator David A. '66 and Ruthann Anthony J. Sparano, III '84 and Dr. Steven H. Kaplan and Regina M. Paolillo '80 Beckerman Jeanette Sparano Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan Brian E. Phelps '76 and Louis F. & Mary A. Tagliatela Tlie Echlin Foundation Heidi A. Law Maria Phelps Foundation Turn The Corner Foundation Alan MacDonald PricewaterhouseCoopers William Blair & Company, L.L.C. Gisela Marin Purest Colloids Incorporated PLATINUM CLUB Wintek Corporation Milford Bank Quest Builders Group Henry E. and Nancy H. Bartels ^^ M ^P^ ■ ■ ^% ■ ■ ^" V* ^*ft ■ * P^ National Athletic Alliance, Incorporated Samuel S. Bergami, Jr. '85 and GATEHOUSE CLUB Incorporated Sasaki Associates Incorporated Lois Bergami Robert Alvitte Alexander W. Nicholson, Jr. '65 Patricia L. Slocum William L. Bucknall, Ir. '65 Mary I. Barneby and T. Kirkham and Karen Nichobon Patricia B. '79 and Isabella E. Dodds Barneby Linda S. '01 and James Olbrys Stedman G. '79 Sweet Excelsior! Foundation Philip H. and Susan Bartels R. & W. Family Foundation Inc. Rick and Cynthia Tuchman Linda W. '88 and Robert M. John F. Beckert '72 and M. Wallace and Rita Rubin Frank A. Warner '62 Lee '78 Jean Beckert Janice K. Sussman '83 and z-Medica Corporation Barbara Olin Taylor and F. Kenneth W. Biermacher '76 Stanley Sussman Morgan Taylor and Joan Biermacher George Synodi andjoye R. CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Charles E. Pompea '72 and Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Wegryn-Synodi Leslie A. Amoroso Tamera Pompea New England Dr. William L. Tafoya Sal A. Ardigliano '71 and Karen L. Pritzker Vlock and Estate of James H. Shattuck The Jessica N. Santos Foundation Cynthia Ardigliano Michael Vlock Follett College Stores Michael W. Toner '82 and Darryl C. and Joan Aubrey '93 John Aaron Frey '44 and Carol Totter Barker Specialty Company UNIVERSITY CLUB Mildred Frey Valley Community Foundation Joan M. '87 and John E. Gail L. Brekke and fay I. Vlock Mina Gerowin-Hermann Wiggin & Dana Benevento '68 Frank P. Carrubba '79 and Health Net of NorthEast, Margaret T. Bixler '82 Patricia Carrubba Incorporated DEAN'S CLUB Roland M. Bbder '78 (Deceased) Dimeo Construction Company Henry Nias Foundation Aldo DeDominicis Foundation Paul I. Borelli }ohnE.Echlin,Jr. '80 and Incorporated Incorporated Renfrew and Cynthia Z. Nancy Echlin Dr. Henry C. and Margaret Lee Alinabal Incorporated Brighton '94 Michael f. Hartnett '69 and Mark S.and Janet Levy Philip Batchelor '04 and C. A. White, Incorporated Veronica Rosenbeck Dennis R. McGough '81 and Angela Zappia '04 Deborah Chin leffery R Hazell '83 Donna McGough Bismark Construction Company William J. '70 and Carolyn lane Kammerer Middlesex County Community Christopher G. Boissard '99 and Chmvanec Tracey Kammerer Foundation, Incorporated Elizabeth Boissard Loyal donors oJJi\e consecutive years or more arc indicated in bold italic gold copy. 33 Z o Comprehensive Orthopaedics Edward Mierzejewski '84 Matthew P. Mentone '99 Sylvia A. Morgan, CPA '83 & Musculoskeletal Care John R. Mitchell '83 and Selina Moylan '09 Thomas J. Murphy '78 Cooper Smith Marketing Judith A. Mitchell Jody J. Rossi '08 Nestle Holdings Incorporated John M. Coury '89 and Craig L. Mortali '84 and Eduardo M. Nogoy '90 Lisa Coury Paula Mortali BENEFACTOR Russell D. Offenbach '65 Dr. David P. and Marty Dauwalder David W. Moidton '76 Aetna, Incorporated James J. Pallman '71 Henri M. David, Jr. 73 Murphy Security Services Kenneth E.Allen '72 Timothy M. Palmbach '82 Teresa A. Delvecchio Dennis L. Nostrand Michael H. Ambrose '84 Wayne Parks Kathleen A. Devlin Dr. Ronald Nowaczyk and Cynthia Barr Prometheus Books Craig A. Douglas '82 and Maureen Lavan Bollinger Incorporated Qiagen Marilyn Petraiuolo Martin J. O'Connor '76 and Bones Clones, Incorporated John G. Raba '94 Edge Technology Services Mary O'Leary Alexander N. Brown, Jr. '80 Thomas C. '89 and Incorporated Ann C. O'Keefe William R. Browne '62 Trina Reynolds Anthony I. Elia, Jr. '76 and John and Julia O'Keefe C. White & Son Incorporated John M. Ricciardi, Jr. '69 Lorelei Elia Matthew B. O'Keefe David M. Carlon '93 Roder Evidence Consulting, LLC Harold Ellis Michael J. O'Keefe John W. Carr '67 Christopher and Donna Ruskay Dr. Barry and Dorothy Farbrother On-Line Electric Incorporated Raphael J. Cerrato Charles W. Sherwood '94 Finlay Brothers Printing Julia Parker Georgia Chavent Richard W Steeves '77 Janice B. Foster '76 Edward A. Pepe '71 and Thomas E. Ciotti '84 and John T. Stevens '71 Glen Gate Company Susan DellaVaUe Ruthanne Ciotti David C. Stisser '75 Arthur Goon and Sue Goon Pepperidge Farm, Incorporated Dawn M. Coe, CPA '98 The Nicholas Rossomando Robert M. Gordon Todd Plourde Connecticut Society of Certified Memorial Scholarship Fund Carol A. Hall Ronald M. Quagliani '93 and Public Accountants Peter C. Rossomando James E. Halloran '91 and Tracey Quagliani Ann Cox Patrick M. Torre Christine M. Army James C. and Mary Reilly Michael J. Davis '86 Eileen M. Torrens '93 Holly A. Hammond '85 Michael F. and Marian Rieders Scott P. Davis Thomas and Katharine Dave Haubner '86 Juli C. Roebuck Elizabeth L. Doane '88 Wiercinski Dr. Richard and Mary Jane Robert DiluUo, CPA LLC Hanko H. Dobi Susan Zawadd Highfield Howard Safir KatJileen A. Donnelly Pauline Hill and Dennis Blader Jane C. and Michael Sangeloty Duffy's Tavern Mary H. Hills '54 and Michele Scott Eastern Connecticut Regional ALUMNI Charles E. Hills Howard Bayne Fund Mark E. Simses '84 Timothy R. and CoUeen Stanton Education Service Center Paul C. Falcone '83 CLASS OF 1939 Jovin Industries Incorporated Stone Quest NY, Incorporated Field Safety Corporation ASSOCIATE Jacqueline and Kurt Koral The Bode Technology Group Frank Esposito and Son Cleaning E. John Reinke John V.KorisyJr. '67 and The Ellis Fund Service LLC Nancy Koris The Soccer Guy LLC John P. Franzis CLASS OF 1941 Caroline Koziatek '92 and Samuel E. Thurston '66 and Edward M. Goldberg '80 CONTRIBUTOR Walter Koziatek Armand F. Lauzon, Jr. '90 and Clare Thurston Richard C. Toce '01 and Gregg D. Gottshall Greater New Haven Water Bruce MacWilliam Denise Lauzon Leaden Associates Incorporated Susan Toce UHY Advisors Pollution Control Authority Richard A. Griswold CLASS OF 1942 Laura E. Lendacky '81 Vlock Family Foundation Richard Guerriere '70 ASSOCIATE Liberty Mutual Wachovia Corporation Joseph Guilietti, Jr. '68 E. Robert Edson (Deceased) Jeffrey E. Luther '87 Mark F. Young '81 and Christopher H. Herr '86 Maura C. Lyddy Linda Ann Young Human Resource Association CONTRIBUTOR Robert J. and Nancy Lyons, Sr. Young Laboratories, Incorporated of Greater New Haven Frederick B. Richter Lou Manzolillo Peter J. Johnson '81 Paul A. Spinnato Joel H. Marks GOLD CLUB Rebecca Johnson and Ann E. Mason, CPA '94 and Joseph D. Danao '04 and Keith Johnson '87 CLASS OF 1943 James T. Mason Laura Danao Richard O. Kaufmann '67 PATRON Dr. M. L McLaughlin and Sigmund Bookbinder Christine M. Huber '00 Jonathan D. Leone '03 Roger R. Klene '79 Robert E. LoveU '80 and Robert J. Caplow Carol LoveU CLASS OF 1944 ■ FISCAL YEAR 20 09 1 James L. Lucas '85 Leonard R Lye, II '85 Ruth I. Lye, CPA '88 Michael F Lynch '96 GATEHOUSE CLUB FUNDRAISIN IG SUCCESS John Aaron Frey Gifts and grants to the University reach id a new record of $7.85 million in Michael W. McGourty '91 CLASS OF 1946 FY2009, up 1 3% over the prior year. De >pite the global economic downturn, Arthur R Meister '75 CONTRIBUTOR the number of alumni donors grew by 2 0%, and the number of all donors Metropolitan Development Helen T. Hudi increased by 22% over the prior year. W e are grateful to our contributors who John W Miksa '76 Edward D.Taddei, CPA continue to support our students and fa culty through these challenging times. Dominick and Tracy Minervini 34 Umvuiiiy oj New Haven Loyal donors of five consecuti\c yean or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. Major: Involvement: .,t providing temporary physical and emotional support through funding, counseling and other means to financially needy Connecticut youths who have suffered traumatic sports-related injuries. This fall, the Fairfield County Sports Commission named James as the recipient of one of its most prestigious honors, the Chelsea Cohen Courage Award. The award recognizes a person in the sports community who has demonstrated inspirational strength in overcoming life-altering obstacles. Hope for the future: , hope for the future is to find a job in my lO pay my loans and move on with my life Why he is grateful: \ \ J grateful to be alive and to have my parents who care. I can't say "thank you" enough. The University of New Haven was playing against Merrimack College last fall when I ran toward a player who was dribbling the ball toward my goal. I dove for the ball, ^ ,^ trying to make a save - something I had done a thousand times before - but thi time, it was different. This time, the I player's knee collided with my jaw % with so much force, it ruptured a vein in my brain, so all I remembe is waking up in the hospital. The night of the accident, my doctors told my coaches that I would not make it - but I am here now. Soon, I will be able to tell people that I graduated from the University of New Haven. I will have a degree from a great school. And I will have that degree because scholarships and financial aid helped me get it. Thank you very much. ^«^; v:- J^Bk Jtm^,. z c CLASS OF 1947 ASSOCIATE Alex F. Cofrancesco CLASS OF 1948 CONTRIBUTOR J. William LaFlamme (Deceased) CLASS OF 1949 CONTRIBUTOR Paul T. Creagan, Jr. Herman M. Johns, Jr. Charles E. Miner CLASS OF 1950 CONTRIBUTOR Apley N. Austin, Jr. Ira G. Hubbell Wesley A. Luschenat, Sr. Peter H. Pagliaro CLASS OF 1951 PATRON Robert F. DeLaubell, Sr. CONTRIBUTOR John H. Boland (Deceased) Robert J. Brown Douglas E. Kellogg Stanley J. KupiiUowski Vincent J. Petroccia Howard R. Swanson Thomas M. Thompson Francis Tirendi CLASS OF 1952 DEAN'S CLUB John R. Gehring PATRON Edward C. Currie ASSOCIATE William J. DeBerry Warren Lindsay CONTRIBUTOR Thomas C. Andrew, Sr. Andrew J. Carlotto Vincent J. Cofrancesco Nancy M. Hedman Edwin P. Hemingway CLASS OF 1953 PATRON Carl O. Erickson, Jr. ASSOCIATE John P. Berry George H. GUmore (Deceased) Robert J. Walsh CONTRIBUTOR James F. Clouse, Sr. Clifton J. Cotter, Sr. CLASS OF 1954 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Mary H. Hills PATRON Salvatore A. Ali ASSOCIATE Grant A. Briggs, Jr. Florence A. Bulleit David A. Peterson Robert F. Teevan CONTRIBUTOR Harry E. Brown Vincent J. Gangi Donald J. Jewell William G. Manthey CLASS OF 1955 CONTRIBUTOR Donald A. Dauphinais Robert W. DeForest David Korenchuk Edward V. Obidinski CLASS OF 1956 PATRON Alex Filipowich CONTRIBUTOR Raymond W Hurlburt James S. Lombardo Louis J. Nikel Darryl W. Ryan Stanley D. Strickland CLASS OF 1957 ASSOCIATE George J. Kuchinsky WilUatn T. McKeon John C. Papeika CONTRIBUTOR William R. Carroll, Jr. Robert A. Ingmanson James E. McKenna, Sr. 3b Umn,:) illy oj i\'tw iluvtn Loyal donors of Jive consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. Jack H. McQuillan Alexander J. Terapane, Sr. CLASS OF 1958 ASSOCIATE Francis Whalen CONTRIBUTOR Donald W. Cann John J. Donovan Frederick W. Saunders CLASS OF 1959 CONTRIBUTOR Morton J. Chorney Eugene D. Johnson Donald G. Rowland Edward C. Van De Mark CLASS OF 1960 PATRON Joanne I. Tierney Eleanor D. Weaver Harold Y. Weaver (Deceased) CONTRIBUTOR Erhng J. Bligard Robert A. Cawood Michael C. Criscuolo Carl L. Flodquist Byron A. Hatch Wayne S. LePard Frank J. Levanti Edward F. Finn CLASS OF 1961 CONTRIBUTOR Francis A. Fragola Sheila Peckinghatn CLASS OF 1962 DEAN'S CLUB Frank A. Warner BENEFACTOR William R. Browne CONTRIBUTOR Albert B. Morgan George W. Okoniewski Earl L. Young CLASS OF 1963 PATRON Donald J. Buchta ASSOCIATE Robert B. Banak James F. Bartholomew Robert E. Buckhoh Richard R. Chevalier Ronald H. Cox Everett R. Jones CONTRIBUTOR Roy A. Chaplin Edward S. Halkovetz Thomas O. Jermine Herbert A. Keigvnn Glenn D. Rosenquist Robert I. Smith CLASS OF 1964 PATRON Albert P. Paglia ASSOCIATE Peter E. Colatosti Albert M. Gesler Jay M. Kaplowitz CONTRIBUTOR Joseph D. Adante, Jr. John M. Burke Pasquale R. Crocco Frank C. Mascia John P. McKieman Edward T. Rulka Charles R. Tompkins Gary W. Tracey Irvin D. Zeidenberg CLASS OF 1965 PLATINUM CLUB William L. Bucknall, Jr. FOUNDER'S CLUB Alexander W. Nicholson, Jr. BENEFACTOR Russell D. Offenbach ASSOCIATE Neal M. Alderman David F. Brovifn Paul T. DeBernardo Robert W Lucas Raymond D. Sanzone John F. Terry CONTRIBUTOR Joseph J. Bielanos, Jr. Paul A. Bodmer Craig W Bonnett Joseph D. Celano, PE John F. DiBenedictis, Jr. Willard P. Francis Walter C. Kremser Martin J. LaVorgna William J. Riley, III John H. Templeton Herbert E. Wachter CLASS OF 1966 CORNERSTONE CLUB David A. Beckerman DEAN'S CLUB Shelly J. Frank CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Samuel E. Thurston ASSOCIATE Paul D. Gamache Daniel J. Meehan Walter J. Rosinus, Jr. CONTRIBUTOR Walter F. Dixon Frank S. Greco Arthur H. Gregory Thomas S. Griggs, Sr. Joseph D. Joy Philip S. LaKernick Carol G. Memmott CLASS OF 1967 GATEHOUSE CLUB Douglas D. Watts CHAIRMAN'S CLUB John V. Koris, Jr. BENEFACTOR John W Carr Richard O. Kaufrnann PATRON Brian M. Gildea M. Thomas Jackson Ara Kaloustian Linda P. Montanari ASSOCIATE Louis J. Cimmino, Jr. Gerald S. Esposito John C. O'Donovan John G. Rumbold Michael B. Wiesner CONTRIBUTOR Robert L. Belard Ralph N. Clark, Jr. Robert G. Comstock John L. Doyle William Farat Richard J. Getinas Michael E. Haburay, Jr. Jay H. Hall Robert W. Humpage Donald T. Kono Donald F. Mackey Leonard A. Matejek Anthony J. Mauriello, Jr. William R. Merson Henry D. Rotman John W Sause Lawrence F. Simeone Wilford A. Taylor, III John A. Veitlette CLASS OF 1968 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB John E. Benevento BENEFACTOR Joseph Guilietti, Jr. PATRON Philip K. Andros Harrison L. Davis, Jr. Edward W. Sink ASSOCIATE Thomas P. Bartolini Enoch Beltz Richard D. Hurlbut Donald A. Lostritto James J. Manley Anthony J. Massaro William D. Mills Raymond P. ParceUa, Jr. Thomas F. Stetka David L. Stetser CONTRIBUTOR Richard P. Bilello Jack W. Braun Bruce H. Crowther Paul A. Dumraese, Jr. Richard H. Hilt Valentine A. Koory Lawrence R. Leete, Jr. Clyde Lynn, Jr. Charles V. Malaguti James Monahan Kenneth D. Parker Daniel L Santangelo John C. Varrone, Jr. Richard Wysopal CLASS OF 1969 UNIVERSITY CLUB Michael J. Hartnett GATEHOUSE CLUB Douglas D. Schumann DEAN'S CLUB Raymond J. Margiano, Jr. BENEFACTOR John M. Ricciardi, Jr. PATRON Palma C. Pogoda George A. Waldron, Esq. ASSOCIATE John J. Anzidei David P. Barone Joseph A. Derwin David J. McCabe 37 James R. Mendillo Thomas F. Hughes Giovanni Sammarco Daniel R. Kemp lames H. Moriarty Wdliam C. Lang Otto E. Schaefer Albert Bruce Michaels William J. O'Donnell, Jr. Paul J. Marchelli William R. Schroeder George R. Nortonen Linda A. Podryhula David P. Meyers Janet Schwartz Erank X. Oboyski Dennis J. Primavera Charles J. Moran, Sr. Walter M. Sewitski John P. Papa O. John Zamparo George E. Murdock, Jr. Robert J. Sheahan, Sr. James A. Quinn Donna J. Oleksy William F. Volmar Yogesh B. Shah CONTRIBUTOR Susan P. Potter John J. Sullivan William B. Beetham Karen M. Rosol CLASS OF 1972 Robert J. Wesche, Sr. Thomas R. Bernacki James J. Rozsa PLATINUM CLUB Roger J. Zukowski Michael J. Colligan Armand V. Russo Charles E. Pompea Ronald T. Delaney, Jr. William M. Saunders CLASS OF 1973 Theodore H. Flagge, III Joseph A. Silva GATEHOUSE CLUB CHAIRMAN'S CLUB David M. Fryer Robert L Hinds, CPA David F. Struwas Edward B. Wind John F. Beckert Henri M. David, Jr. John W. Hoover George J. Zemaitaitis BENEFACTOR PATRON August J. lacobellis Frederick B. Jackson CLASS OF 1971 Kenneth E. Allen John W. G. Phillips Robert A. Jaffarian CHAIRMAN'S CLUB PATRON ASSOCIATE Robert C. Kallgren James E. Kennedy Pasquale A. Mercuric Leon A. Morgan Clyde T. Novicki Edward A. Oleksy Timothy J. Sullivan Sal A. Ardigliano Edward A. Pepe James A. Calderwood, Jr. Frank W Dworak Richard F. Adessa SalvatoreJ. Coppola Alan M. Hansen Russell A. Davidson BENEFACTOR Frank A. La Viola Sarah B. Davidson James J. Pallman Joel A. Wasserman John W Hearn, Jr. John T. Stevens Robert J. Wheeler Stephen R. Hecht Robert F. Hupka PATRON ASSOCIATE Franklin N. Konowitz CLASS OF 1970 Ronald R.Walczak Philip M. Albanito Nathan H. Marks CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Robert G. Bailey Richard A. Mason William J. Chowanec ASSOCIATE Richard W. Batza John R. McDonald, Jr. Richard E. Curnow Richard S. Bruno Radha R. Prasad BENEFACTOR George W. Dombroski, Jr. William K.Daley, II Scott B. Rahl Richard Guerriere Raymond Guimont Daniel DePodesta Thomas W. Sheridan Robert D. Hayes Daniel M. Fleming Frank J. Varella PATRON Anthony V. Herzog Gary J. Hayduk Richard J. DeMusis Mable Hoffler-Page Kelvin Hazzard CONTRIBUTOR Frederick L. Langhoff, Jr. James B. LoRusso Sonja S. Hegymegi Thomas P. Benincas, Jr. ^J Joseph P. Macionus Robert J. Lynn Robert E. Hoebel Michael R Blackstone z Delfim M. Pereira Mark E. Hoffman John M. Carfora - ASSOCIATE Joseph G. Pyatak Anthony B. Mascia Stephen W Conlon _ Marie Accrino James A. Winner William E Meskill, Jr. Glenn B. Cronin o Alan M. Alpert Madeline Mezzanotte Alan C. Gushing ^ Walter C. Banas, Jr. CONTRIBUTOR James P. Minella Phyllis A. DaCorte Q Frank V. Colangelo, Jr. Robert J. Anderson James L. Putnam, Jr. Gerald V. Davino Thomas A. Cost Harley Atkins Charles N. Starbranch I^chard L. Davis ^ John T. Cox Anthony M. Bimonte David H. Walker Bruce A. Deming Percy F. Currie James A. Cantore Lawrence D. Federico a. Richard M. Fadum Joel M. Cooney CONTRIBUTOR Mansukhlal K. Gala ^ Harold E. Jordan, Jr. Richard E Drost John T. Ahearn Kathleen A. Genett Joseph S. Risica Peter S. Dworak Raffaella G. Barraco Charles W. Hermann -J John J. Gaynor John J. Cawley Peter R.Holden < CONTRIBUTOR Paul L. Harlin, Jr. Albert A. Coppola John A. Mastroianni Philip B. Borgia Edward G. Hart Joseph E. DePaola Ronald L. Matula 2 Leslie A. Cole Robert J. Jennings John C. Dillman Arthur W May < Pasquale J. Coppola Charles E Lavallee Stewart B. Fritts John J. McBride Thomas C. Creighton Ernest M. Montavon Richard M. Fuesy James P. McVerry o William J. Doyle Kenneth F. Mucherino Robert P. Giesen William D. Meisser, IV ° Richard H. Ferrucci Joseph E. Musante Samuel L. Giles William E O'Brien, Jr. Richard M. Gagnon William F. Pierson Robert F. Giovino John E O'Neill oi John A. Grasso Henry L. Pozzuoli John C. Hare Siegfried R. Oschalins ° Patrick M. Hogan Alben F. Puhlick Robert E. Haskell Dale C. Peck Michael F. Reilly Robert H. Hodge, CPA Philip D. Saxe 38 L/niversily o/ New Haven Loyal donors of five consecutive years or more are indicated in hold italic gold copy. GAIL L. BREKKE, MEMBER, UNH BOARD OF GOVERNORS ^ ^PIM \ i A former vice president with LIN Television, based in New Haven and nationally headquartered in Providence, R.I., Gail also served in leadership positions at KXAN NBC 36 in Austin, KITN-TV Fox 29 in Minneapolis/Saint Paul, WGBO-TV in Chicago, WNOL-TV in New .,v Orleans and KRBK-TV in Sacramento. She also was the president and ^jswner of Black Diamond Communications, Inc. in Minneapolis. e created the Geraldine Hughes Brekke and Gail L. Brekke idowed Scholarship at UNH this year, in honor of her mother, ine, to fulfill her wish to create a collegiate award for ['s Dream." Geraldine was unable to afford a college "on for herself, and this scholarship will enable other men to achieve the dream that eluded her WhatMomaies: ItmijinMimiCvm^muh , ply personal experience, such .■■end with Lupus, accommodating a professional colleague asking for volunteer time and dollars on a cause we share, memorializing a departed friend or family member, and believing and supporting the value of local arts organizations and how they educate youth. What Matters: 'ucation and health initiatives. Why She Helps: , because this is my community now. "Vr- s of the Midwest. Without the sacrifices of my parents ithen, a college education would never have been possible w me. Their long hours and willingness to work more than one job while raising four children were something to be respected and memorialized in a way that can 'give back' Kthe same selfless manner that they did. I was always roud of my mother and her spirit, and it meant a great deal D her to speak of her daughter, the first college graduate in )ur family To be part of enabling that process for another family is repaying a debt. Charles E Schatra, Jr. John E. Taylor John P. Shea Paul A. Toretta, PE Katherine Washington-Potter CLASS OF 1975 CLASS OF 1974 BENEFACTOR PATRON Arthur P. Meister Leonard E. Matteo, Jr. David C. Stisser Nicholas M. Pekar, Jr. Donald E. Rastelli PATRON Anthony P. Rescigno Leainon E. Moore, Jr. John L.Walker John J. White, Jr. ASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE Donald F. Allen James J. Bango Cornelius Carroll Charles S. Barone Edward H. Coon, III David H. Behnke Thomas C. Cullen, CPA Barry C. Bosworth George G. Davenport, III Charles R Collins Vincent A. DeGennaro Gerald F. Dierman Paul A. Hoffman James J. Egan,Jr. John R. I.atnmers .Anthony P. Falcigno W. Story Leavesley George S. Griffiths Brian L Mock Carmelo A. Guzzardi Richard ]. Nagle Robert J. HU! Oleh Podryhula Joseph F. Janiga Brook W. Reams Manfred G. Noack Robert J. Stango Leonard Paglialunga Henry S. Uchida John R Patram Edward J. Regan, III CONTRIBUTOR Laura J. Reid Joseph E. Aufiero William B. Sherwood Donald A. Barnes Barry D. Toth Vincent Berluti, Jr. Edward P. Vidou Richard J. Capezzano Mark Weber Lewis D. Clarke, Jr. Julius C. DelGuidice CONTRIBUTOR Pasquale W. DeLise Ronald J Begansky, CPA fj Robert A. DeLorenzo Joseph E. Bibisi z Anthony I. DiMeola (Deceased) David A. Brown Jerome S. Drugonis Ruth B. Carr, R.N. > Randolph EUis, Jr. Frederick W. Cotter, Jr. u Fred T. Earia Paul DellaVecchia Thomas T. Field Roseanne L. DeSilver C Thomas W. Fitzslmmons David A. DiVincenzo Richard A. Fournier Stanisiaw I. Dziurzynski 1- Charles B. Gilbert, III Michael A. Febbroriello a. Howard W. Gorham Patrick F. Garatoni O a. James W. Grubbs Richard L. Giannelli UJ Donald H. Hasbrouck Gordon D. Greene CL James F. Hogan Richard C. Herrick Roscoe B. lavins, Jr. E. Clifford Hill < Allen S. Kolendo Edward M. Keith, Jr. 3 I^rry A. Lambert Robert C. Kennedy Z Kevin W. Lash Jerry McKinney, EdD z Robert F. Mark, Jr. Jack E. Miller Charles S. Miller Neil Millstein a- Elwood C. Olson, Jr. Francis D. Mitchell o o Gary L. Ostapeck Vincent S. Papandrea rj Ronald A. Pelletier, Sr. Gerald A. Pesce oo Donald J. Petrone Edward J. Plavcan o Robert T. Shaffery John J. Proulx, Jr. "^ Charles E. Sommers Robert J. Raynor +0 University of New Haven 'thyai ionors q ^\e consecutive years or more a John F. Reilly, III Peter H. Renson Nicholas J. Ruotolo, Jr. John J. Schmitz, Sr. (Deceased) Gloria J. Siins Jon H. Smith Robert L. Stephens William J. Terribile, Jr. Neil D. Valentino Charles F. Walters Mark A. Walters, Sr. David P. Zuber CLASS OF 1976 GATEHOUSE CLUB Kenneth W. Biemiacher DEAN'S CLUB Brian E. Phelps CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Anthony J. Elia, Jr. Janice B. Foster David W. Moulton Martin J. O'Connor BENEFACTOR John P. Franzis John W. Miksa PATRON Robert M. Abrams Carl S. Babb ASSOCIATE Bernard H. AUen John G. AltermatI Paul R. Antaya James V. CasseUa Ofelia S. Crane Gladys L. Davis Lester J. Forst Joseph F. Hellauer, Jr. Kevin H. Janicke Deborah D. Kelly Thomas J. Pallone Stephen Parkosewich, Sr. R. Craig Pastore IJiomas F. Ferret Marc G. Reynolds Karen F. Taylor Robert F Thaisz, CPA Joseph E. Ward Francis L Warren, Jr. Robert L. Zavagnin Harry J. Zinn CONTRIBUTOR Charles Adonizio Thomas Allinson Leslie T. Bartiromo Stephen J. Belchak John F. Bergami Klas H. Bjork Richard F. Bryk H. Richard CasseUa Robert W Cooke Robert E. CorreU Nyle K. Davey John J. DeErancesco Thomas H. Denne Robert J. Ference Donald G. Fertman, Jr. JuUe Gelgauda Richard A. Genett, Esq. Peter V. Gerardi Adolph K. Hall, Jr. John F. Incampo Maureen Jakubisyn John ledrzejczyk Kenneth J. Knowles Steven U. Kroh George L. Larson Christine M. Lash Robert W. Lohinann Vincent T. Luciano, Sr. Robert A. Minichino Horace M. Newbury Frank Ogonowski Patrick O'Sullivan Joseph J. Perrone Lawrence Pordock Melanie P. Puryear Rita S. Rentier Norman J. Richards Richard Scappaticci Joseph Virzi Bruno L. Wegner Walter A. Ziemba CLASS OF 1977 BENEFACTOR Richard W. Steeves PATRON Richard H. Grotheer Charles F. Manns, III Joseph W Sudol David S. Ziaks ASSOCIATE Ralph S. Alfano Jack R. Brooks Joseph E. Chniura Henry W. Cortina Raymond J. Eeeney.Jr. Walter J. Gage Guy C. Gilbert Jack B. Greenshields Michael A. Imbro Lewis J. Kaufnian, CPA Albert G. Love Eugene E. Luthe Andrew J. Magda Grace B. Munson Thomas B. Potter John E. Spillane CONTRIBUTOR Joseph M. Amarante James A. Angelo Yolanda C. Armelin John H. Charles Marianne M. Conkey HarryA. Conte, Jr. Paul J. DeRose Janet S. Dorsey Frederick S. Downs Russell J. Duffy Gerard E. Egan Anita C. Ellis Christopher H. Evans Charles C. Halbing, Jr. Howard E. Kerpelman Steven E. McDennott Walter J. McMurray Judith T. Mocciola Christine M. O'Brien Susan H. Perham Anthony Picagli James P. Roche Lynda D. Sampson-Gray David A. Schnabel David B. Shiffka Phyllis E. Smith Walter R. Sundstrom Stephen T. Thrush James VanBenCoten CLASS OF 1978 PUTINUM CLUB Robert M. Lee CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Roland M. Bbder (Deceased) BENEFACTOR Thomas J. Murphy PATRON Walter W.Hoff James C. Lubs ASSOCIATE David M. Andrenyak Danny A. Barnum Thomas R. Blake, Jr. Kevin R. Boyle Mark F. DeFeUce David L. Dickinson, Sr. Charles C. English, Jr. Francis H. Hird David C. Howe Steven T. Klemenz David J. Madsen John C. Mayoros, Sr. Daniel J. McCormick, Jr. Daniel J. Metz, Jr. Dennis A. Miko John G. Pucciano Allen J. Strang, Sr. Winthrop E. Taylor Brian Vanderheyden CONTRIBUTOR Richard L. Aiken, Jr. Salvatore T. Anastasio John B. Ayers Joseph M. Balzo John C. Blinn Janet N. Brunwin Samuel J. Chapman Patricia A. DeWitt Mark A. Drechsler Judith L. Dynia Carlo A. Falcigno Karen L. Fowler Louis H. Goldblatt Raymond V. Havican Stan J. Ignatowski, Jr. Carmelina C. Kanzler John J. Lyden, Jr. Edward J. Mehigen Eleanor S. Prokupek Martin J. Rajcok, Jr. Dorothy R. Ramsay Stephen J. Rigo James A. Sacchetillo Benjamin W. Sallard, Sr. Richard E. Tavares Gail S. Thompson Debra M. Tranberg, D.C. Thomas P. Vitah Robert A. Walkup Jean E. Williams Derrick R. Wright Fred J. Yeitz CLASS OF 1979 UNIVERSITY CLUB Frank P. Carrubba FOUNDER'S CLUB Murray A. Gerber DEAN'S CLUB Patricia B. Sweet Stedman G. Sweet BENEFACTOR Gregg D. Gottshall Roger R. IGene PATRON Michael J. Aron Lynn D. Campo James P. Corcoran Alan T. Ferdinandsen John D. Merkel Susan B. Woljf ASSOCIATE Barry A. Belovsky William G. Carson Joseph M. Criscuolo Frederick W. Farnsworth Frank B. Gwozdz William A. Manthey Valarie A. Stone Eleanor B. Susco Vincent F. Susco, Jr. Edward J. Valentine Russell W. Waldo CONTRIBUTOR Marc J. Desaulniers Jeffrey B. Donovan Theresa K. Douskey Arthur T. Egan Daniel D. Farquharson Susan G. Fellows Janice A. Flagge Niles F. Forader, Sr. Alan W. Forrest Kathleen M. Frederick Kenneth P. Friedman Joseph B. Gordon Charles J. Green Russell E. Harrison Jeffrey F. Howard Kevin B. Johnston GaU T. Juber Augustus G. Kellogg Marlene H. Kennedy George S. Krzak Linda S. Kuegler John F. Morrissey, Jr. David W. Piekarski CarlV. Puleo TltotnasJ. Romanik Robert J. Russell Rosemary Rzeszutek Charles P. Samson William H. Shay R. Thomas Stocker, Jr. Harvey A. Wiseberg CLASS OF 1980 UNIVERSITY CLUB John E. Echlin, Jr. DEAN'S CLUB Regina M. PaolUlo BENEFACTOR Alexander N. Brown, Jr. Edward M. Goldberg Robert E. Ix>vell PATRON Eileen M. Berry Daniel F. Gourash, Esq. Frederick A. Kcndrick Donna V. Lupinacci Richard A. Smith, Esq. ASSOCIATE Todd C. Allen, CPA Eugene R. Bauchner Stephen L. Ciskowski Howard W. Cronin James E. DelGreco John C. Flach James M. Joseph Donald C. Levns, Jr. Leon J. Lussier Gerald J. McKiernan Margaret K. Scripps William E. Solberg William G. Tinker CONTRIBUTOR David A. Aldrich Anthony J. Arpino Alan Attridge Edward F. Bergin S. D. Broder Paul T. Burmeister Brian A. Carney Anthony L. CavaUaro, Jr. Anthony T. Citerella, Jr. Ralph E. Costanzo, III Andrea P. Craig W. John Doolittle, III Pamela Frank- Hall Michael W. Gozzo, Sr. Robert E. Haverty David P. Hoffman Donald G. Lorusso Kenneth E. Lupi Barbara K. Mariano William J. Mayer Kathleen M. McLaughlin Sebastian A. Midoto Robert J. Mills Gary P. Naegel Helen R. Pantuso William K. Pitman John C. Shepherd Janis M. Small William N. Smith George R. Sylvestre Donald A. Telesca Richard A. Testone, Sr. Joy M. Tolonen Robert C. Vemo Charles L. Vesterman, Jr. CLASS OF 1981 GATEHOUSE CLUB Dennis R. McGough 41 FOUNDER'S CLUB Richard J. Grossi CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Laura E. Lendacky Mark F. Young BENEFACTOR Peter J. Johnson PATRON Scott}. Curtiss Thomas S. Zawacki ASSOCIATE Cytithia M. Albiach Roger W. Boyd, Sr. Reuben F. Bradford John M. Cifarelli Thomas G. Freeman Richard A. Hoyt Joseph Laput William }. LaVelle Joseph W. Meeker Maureen A. Ross Edward M. Zygmant CONTRIBUTOR Luella R Bartes George E. Catalano Ann E. Chambers Cornelius E. Cobb Allen J. Coppolo Ann Marie Craven Michael}. D'Angelo Peter B. Davis Franklyn J. D'Eugenio Ina F. C. Dixon Larry G. Dunham Douglas A. Fichtel Joseph Forte Howard S. Gay Carol C. Gilbert Guy Henry Sheldon I. Herold Diane L. Hnat-Blain Joseph M. KeUy John A. Kevorkian Thomas E. Kiely Gerald J. Kopazna Deborah A. Kornitsky-Pausig Zannette E. Lewis Gilbert B. Morris Beryl S. Novitch John E Onofrio, CPA Stephen A. Paddick, Jr. ICim M. Radowiecki Samuel J. Saverine Charles H. Shephard Robert E. Toller Sheila Wade Lisa A. Whitfield Mary Anne Wieland William }. Wihbey Linda Wood CLASS OF 1982 FOUNDER'S CLUB Heidi S. Douglas Joel S. Douglas Michael W. Toner CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Margaret T. Bixler Craig A. Douglas BENEFACTOR Timothy M. Palmbach PATRON Louis P. Barth Keith D. Deslandes George R. Godfrey, III Terry W Goodwin Polly G. Lanius Elizabeth S. Smith ASSOCIATE Bruno Andersson Gary M. Cassetti WUliam E. Daniel, Jr. Edward J. Drew, Sr. Anthony J. Jacobs Sebastian Lisitano Roxanne E. Meeker Mary J. Miller M A TT^E R S TARA COPPOLA '12. RECIPIENT: H. PEARCE FAMILY & FRIENDS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP z z Double major: Involvement: utrition and Dietetics, Biology/Pre-med lunteer with Bright Bodies/Smart Moves, a weight management ilSren at the Celentano School in New Haven. The program focuses iuilding, exercise, nutrition education and family support to help Hope for the future: ly she Is gratef u^ et my Registered Dietitian license, then proceed ^^1^**1 big aspirations for myself and am willing to do all to make them happen. Here at UNH, I have found mentors who are jut my future, and supportive people who push me to strive for more each day I have attended other colleges and universities, and not one of them has even come close to offering the nurturing and encouraging atmosphere I have found at UNH. I am thankful every day that I am able to attend UNH — thank you! — and to be surrounded by people who care for my future. I now see my potential, and I am most proud and thankful for my newfound belief in myself. 42 University of New Haven yLoyal donors oJJi\e consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. Pius M. Nwaobasi Richard F. Rodgers George W. Williamson CONTRIBUTOR William M. Abbott Mark W. Batson Vincent J. Bongiovanni Geraldine S. Buchholz Michael A. Carrier Charles Chrzanowski Joan F. CorreU Joseph A. Czarkowski Gary R. Doughty Kirk L. Engstrom Adele C. Federico Arthur J. Giulietti Linda D. Herman Susan K. Jedrzejczyk Margaret M. Kelly-Erickson Christopher E. Kolod Mary B. LaVoie Charles W. Lynch Stephen B. McLoughlin Robert L. Metz Robert E. Miller Raymond E. Novak James S. Orsillo, CPA Anne E. Peabody-Brostek David A. Plaskon John E. Provost Louis E. Rivelli L. Clark Robison Nancy B. Ronne Daniel Rooney Gerald J. Szuch Kathryn M. Ttittle Daniel C.Walker lanice A. Weekes Susan P. White CLASS OF 1983 UNIVERSITY CLUB Jeffery P. Hazell FOUNDER'S CLUB Janice K. Sussman CHAIRMAN'S CLUB John R. Mitchell BENEFAaOR Paul C. Falcone Sylvia A. Morgan, CPA PATRON Robert A. Guarino William E. Olmstead ASSOCIATE Edmund L. Bolau David B. Burghardt Arthur A. Canter Linda D. Cohen Vincent E. Colarusso Ida J. Etherington Kelsie J. Gatison-Mattox, R.N. Mary M. Gentile Cynthia M. Holt Joseph C. Kozlowski Victor P. Laptik Edward Lemkin Mark F. Raimondi Michael E. Regan CONTRIBUTOR Donald E Allen, Jr. Mark J. Ashkinos Debra R. Barkman Nancy G. Bonn Rollande M. Borys Vanessa Boulier Michael J. Campion Donald D. Cornwall, Jr. Michael J. Desi John T. Exley James V. Fensore Gail A. Ferris Susan K. Floman Richard J. Forselius TliomasJ. Genera Albert F. Goodwin (Deceased) Melissa G. Hegeman Marianne A. Hope Lee Hudson, III David H. Klein Donald A. Lamot Robert E. Lauriat Daniel R. l^siw Edward S. Raschke George W. Rathbun, HI Johann Seitz Robert R. Stimpson, Jr. Joseph Tanzi Fredrick J. Taylor Kathryn M. Testone, CPA CLASS OF 1984 UNIVERSITY CLUB Anthony J. Sparano, III CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Edward Mierzejewski Craig L. Mortali Mark E. Simses BENEFACTOR Michael H. Ambrose Thomas E. Ciotti PATRON Liborio Campo Paul L. Capobianco Jeffrey F. Smith ASSOCIATE Kathleen C. Appellof David A. Brown Mary Ann DeMatteo, CPA Sandra J. Frame Robert E Kimball Douglas A. Page Barbara Pellicatw Randy S. Stevens Gloria A. Velotti,R.N. Melvin H. Wearing, Sr. Jane I. Wilkinson (Deceased) William D. Wright Mark G. Zebora CONTRIBUTOR Carla M. Bailey Dean D. Barger, Jr. Dennis D. Buccilli Annis Lee Campione Susan R. Cavanna Patrick L. Coughlin Anthony D. Dorazio Richard J. Eng Wilham W. Fenn Joann M. Fisher Richard C. Hanley Valerie J. Horner Joseph E. lecture Thomas R. Johnston Russell G. Kalbfeld Thomas Krywinski, CPA Anne M. LaVigne Michael E. McKeeman Walter W.Moore, III Perry Pausig Paul J. Pinette Katherine M. Reiss Janet D. Rodriguez-Upson Wayne E. Sandford Robert A. Sasso Flora M.Smith Stephen W. Vargo William C. Waterhouse Wilma Lou Y. Whitley CLASS OF 1985 PLATINUM CLUB Samuel S. Bergami, Jr. CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Holly A. Hammond BENEFACTOR James L. Lucas I^onard F. Lye, II PATRON Susan P. D'Agostino Ross M. Lanius ASSOCIATE Deborah E. Buckout-Serphillips Bernard A. Cicitto, Jr. Joseph M. DelSindaco Frank Gabriele, III Patricia S. Gaudreau Ruth S. JGeinfeld David L. Larson Robert J. Leonard! Joan R. Marchessault Anna C. Mastan William A. Monde, Ir. Bruce D Poole GiUes P. St. Amand Lance K. Stronk Elsie M. Vavrek Thomas G. Warren CONTRIBUTOR Rex P. Altomare Kevin C. Aylward Mark D. Ballou Deborah F. Bongiovanni Valerie L. Bryan Jacob P. Bryniczka Charles D. Caldwell Eric L. Cohen John F. Cooper Katherine E. Danielczuk Mark E. Davis Dawn E. Decoteau John E. Deitelbaum Elizabeth J. Eaton Patricia A. Fedak Steven P. Floman Jennifer K. Gray Maria A. Hanewald Pamela A. Hunter Vicky C. Jacobson Samir H. laser Lech A. Lachowicz Thomas B. Layton Christine D. Lena Leonard A. Liss Leticia A. Lorinsky Jeannine L. McCann Vincent A. Pacileo, III James D. Penna Pasquale L. Rinaldi James E. Simon Robert E. Smith Ix)uis M. Timpanaro, Jr. William C. Utter Robert A. Villecco CLASS OF 1986 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Dave Haubner BENEFACTOR Michael J. Davis Christopher H. Herr 43 The JH PATRON Donald P. Bitner Paul A. Caiafa, CPA Linda J. Coates Michael B. Cohen Robert A. Leone, Jr. Tlionias M. Murphy James W. Wadlow, III ASSOCIATE Theresa R. Burke David S. Bushy Sung H. Chon Mitchell R. Goldblatt Kevin J. Hadlock Kenneth H. Holcombe, Jr. Debra E. Kirven Laura A. Markure Jennifer A. Molgano Stephen J. Nichols Walter G. Pieper Robert Silvestri CONTRIBUTOR Claudio M. Anania John A. Balint Leslie L Bondos Ronald N. Brown Thomas M. Buckley Filomena M. Cardinale Corene L. Crozier Sandra DiPasca Joseph A. Dolan Joanne S. Driver Jonathan D. Fash Kent M. Fields Gregory G. Fitzpatrick RandaU L. Gans ■-: Robert J. Grande ^ Richard R. Hammond ^ Dawn A. Jackson - Lawrence E. Katz ^ Mary Jane F. Kelsey ■~ Cristina M. Keusch C Marilynn R. Kramar i_ Lindy M. Kwasowski 02 Robert A. Lettick O Andrew M. Mahard '^ Rosemary B. McDaniel ^ John N. Mellon Judith A. Olmstead ~ Michael H. Schwartz ^ Anil R. Shah z Herbert D. Shirley z Richard I. Terrasi < Barbara A. Vaccarelli o. Richard M. Van Fleet ^ Andrea C. Weed ^, George R. White Wesley G. Wilmer ^ Warren C. Young CLASS OF 1987 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Joan M. Benevento Jeffrey E. Luther BENEFACTOR Keith A. Johnson PATRON Leo M. Chupaska David E Clark Robert S. Coates, Jr. Ken J. Kidulas Randall E. Zigmont ASSOCIATE CathyA.Briggs,CPA Timothy E. Conroy John F. Consoli, Jr. Mark M. Drew Robert E. Fox Donetta D. Hodge Jon E. Kimberlin Ernest E. Lagoja Linda Lin Taylor R. Molgano Robert A. Spagnoletti Jonathan A. Zwang CONTRIBUTOR Ann M. Bell-ICing Lorraine C. Bevins Lora J. Brodeur Michael C. Bunko Eda H. Bushka Kathleen A. Carbonie George V. Carpenter, Jr. Anastasia R. Chernick John E. Ferry Curtis G. Fisher Beverley Fournier Marilyn L. Gere Michael P. Gresh Robert S. Grzybala William C. Holroyd, III Jill M. Hooper John H. ICreisher James P. Kuester Joanna Y. Lazarus Richard J. Mahoney Dolores J. Marshall Michael Maxwell Elizabeth H. Mohr Christina O'Donnell Ronald W. Parker Stephen M. Pitruzzello Nunzio R. PuglieUi David W. Rehbock Elayne Schwartz Ted R. Schwartz Nancy E. Sparano Sheilawathy S. Subramaniam Catherine E. Twohill Kathleen Viceconte Barbara B. Villecco Timothy E. Whalen Margaret M. Yetishefsky CLASS OF 1988 PLATINUM CLUB Linda W. Lee UNIVERSITY CLUB David J. Peterson, Jr. BENEFACTOR Elizabeth L. Doane Ruth I. Lye, CPA PATRON Edmund M. Conklin ASSOCIATE John J. Buturia Claud E. Chong Leonard P. Ciaburri Barry Lee Cohen Bruce H. Cooper Earl W. Davis Douglas L. Goldat Joseph D. Laudano Martin J. Lynch John F. MacNeil, Sr. Chau Van Pham Geoffrey W Storms Donna M. Veci Elizabeth W Welsh CONTRIBUTOR Anne V. Arpin Gerald J. Arpin Sue M. Aylward Robert R. Barron Lynn M. Browne Katherine A. Buckley Richard Chuma Rana P. Das Mark Erlingheiiser Katherine B. Ford Stanley J. Gwudz Thomas R. Haley Robert S. Hart George L. Henriques John A. Hidl Deborah L. Johnson Charles R. Kelly Frederick J. Knapp, Jr. Edmund S. Krasinski Michael C. Kreuzer Vincent C. LeRoy, Jr. Cynthia J. Malaguti Kimberly McCreven Thomas O. Peck John Petraiuolo Heidi J. Pitard Joanne E. Reilly KatUeen A. Ross Kathleen K. Sasso Timothy J. Scanlon Elin H. Schoonmaker Debra Sousa Robert L. Thibeault Joseph G. Valiante Michele I. Zint CLASS OF 1989 DEAN'S CLUB Mark L. Ceccorulli CHAIRMAN'S CLUB John M. Coury BENEFACTOR Thomas C. Reynolds PATRON Karen L. Camp Raymond D. DeAngelis Thomas E. Wilkinson ASSOCIATE Gregory N. Brown Hsu-Hsin Rob Chien Michael A. DeSantis Jane Ann Herrick Lloyd J. Hutchins Joyce C. Lush Judith A. Madigan Robert E. Massicotte, Jr. Thomas A. MoUoy Mary Elizabeth Raimondi, CPA Christine L. Sledge Lois M. Sweeney Eileen A. Tinker CONTRIBUTOR John S. Bahouth, Jr. Karen Bailey Rowland Phyllis L. Bannon Kevin T. Bentiey William L. Bertelli Alpesh M. Bhatt Joseph V. Bigio Santos BoniUa, Jr. April N. Booth Donald P. Budlong Donald R. Burch John P. Cahillane Mark V. Diorio Renee Dobos William C. Eisley, U.S.N. Emily F. Fabrizio J. Thomas Failla Douglas J. Farrington James E. Fleming Georgia A. GrUlo 44 UnivtTsiIy oj New Haven 'tbyof^onow of Jive consecutiveyears or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. James A. GriUo Lisa R. Guerrieri Richard H. Henry Margaret M. Howard Nicole Jones Russell F. Kniehl Michael P. Lafond Jean H. Larson Laura L. Lupoli Kathleen A. Martin Kevin R. McKeon James E. Mikulski Bryan J. MiUer Carl E. Palmer John P. Redding Ronald F. Ridgeway, Jr. Diane M. Rubeo, R.N. Janice H. Schiappa Arthur M. Seigel Lee A. Stevens Richard E. Stone William Vincenzi, Jr. Steven E. Zalesch CLASS OF 1990 DEAN'S CLUB Richard J. Deslauriers, M.D. CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Armand F. Lauzon, Jr. BENEFACTOR Eduardo M. Nogoy PATRON Laura J. Chadwick Ronald E. Conyers James E. Dion Edward J. Foley, Jr. Robert M. Goodman Anne S. Zimmerman ASSOCIATE Jonathan B. Armus, CPA Bruce R. Beardsley Michelle B. Berlinghoff Linda S. Caplan Mark A. Caplan Bruce F. Carmichael Donna A. Duzant John D. Kanter Chris Langello Ruth J. Langello Margaret M. Maruschak Jeremy B. Sochol SethL.Vinick Robert J. Wietecha, Jr. John E. Wygmans CONTRIBUTOR Haydee Aarons James E. Agnew James E. Akins MicheleM. Albino Thomas A. Barker Jean T. Browning Lisa-Mari Cavaliere James J. Cavanaugh Charlene Y. ClaMon Victor R. Cooper Cathie K. CuUen Xlctoria A. Davis Rodney M. DellaFelice Andrea C. DiOrio Joan Donahue James R. Dumaine-Savage Elizabeth Dwyer Susan C. Dzik Glenn J. Faber Nicholas J. Markowich Brian C. Marshall Leona J. May Jacqueline Morgan Nancy M. Morrell MarkT. Nuelle Howard M. Portoff Ra\Tnond S. Sajdak Dominic B. Schioppo, Jr. Charles R. Swart, III John K. Toal WUliam J. Walters Ming Zhou CLASS OF 1991 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB James E. Halloran BENEFACTOR Michael W. McGourty PATRON Matthew S. Carabina Doreen M. Cruz John E. Goodheart Quaslim Inham Michael A. King ASSOCIATE Peter J. Gauthier Thomas R. Leach Walter M. Leask David G. Lees Joyce B. Mailhouse Due H. Nguyen Scott Poryanda Frederic F. Small CONTRIBUTOR James C. Axtell Loren S. Bologna James P. Caffary Peter D. Colburn, Jr. Scott E. Cunningham James M. DeMaio Randall A. Depew, Jr. David W. Emerick Mark V. Erickson Scott D. Evans Linda T. Griglun, R.N. Reinhild E. Haak-Davis John C. Howard Torgny R. Karlsson Vincent R. Klump, Jr. Edward ]. Komarrticki James J. Macci Jonathan B. Marquardt Catherine J. Marshall James A. Merola James N. Merriman Paula A. Miller Stanley Montefusco Sandra E. Muszynski Robert A. Nelson Robertson W. Parkman Donna J. Perrone Stephen V. Prota Lisa M. Reza Jeffrey J. Rossi Mary E. Sofair Edward A. Stratton Kirsten A. Sullivan Mark R. Sullivan Jean M. Weymer CLASS OF 1992 DEAN'S CLUB Raymond J. Huey CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Caroline Koziatek PATRON Dorinda A. Keenan-Borer John F. Leandri ASSOCIATE Joseph E. Akin Rocio Barahona Stephen Berte Tammy L. Capone Lawrence A. Gensicki Gordon W. Grundy Michael R. IsabeUi Francis X. Macary, Jr. Dawn M. Meeker Lisa M. Orabi Michael D. Quinn James SiciUa Judith S. Tassmer Edward M. Zalewski CONTRIBUTOR Clayton A. Brayman Robert L. Brouillier Thomas M. Cavaliere Andrew J. Chepaitis Kevin W. Cook Edwin L. Cox Leonard S. Dorsett Joseph M. Feeney Nicholas Fischer Debra Forselius AUington Eraser Peter Gwiazdowski, HI Sorin Uiescu Jeffrey P. Letourneau Robert J. Manning Lisa G. Marshall Bernard P. Moran Elizabeth Powers Hollis M. Redding Colette A. Remillard Richard J. Rozanski Morgan G. Russell Thomas R. Switz Rocco J. TaruUi Eve Zygnerski CLASS OF 1993 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Darryl C. Aubrey Ronald M. Quagliani BENEFAaOR David M. Carlon Eileen M. Torrens ASSOCIATE Ravi K. Aduri Ann E. Hogan Jeffrey A. La Grotte Floyd D. Miller Richard A. Purdy Lisa P. Turecek Brian R. Walsh CONTRIBUTOR Theresa A. Abate Thomas M. Amatruda David W. Beaton Margaret A. Cabral Cynette S. Cavaliere Fu-Chih Chen Frank A. Cinque Brian M. Curry William K. Fischer Jeffi-ey L. Fout Jeffrey R. Gold William R. Hinners Kenney D. Johnson William S. Johnson Patricia L. Loope Robert N. Lussier Gary M. Marino Joseph P. McDonald Sean P. McMahon Carl W. Moffett Dennis W. Nichols 45 Nancy A. Padegenis Mark J. Petrone Robert T. Ramsdell David A. Sellins Randall D. Smith John M. Stofa David K. Syers Gregory R. Teifert Jeffrey V. Wojnowski Carietta Wright Gary J. Wright CLASS OF 1994 CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Cynthia Z. Brighton Ann E. Mason, CPA BENEFACTOR John G. Raba Charles W. Sherwood PATRON Leonard D. Boyd, Jr. James L. Dunn Joseph M. Orts ASSOCIATE David M. Burke Michael S. Grove Sharon A. Grundy Karen L. Healy Paul A. Kearns John T. Schneider CONTRIBUTOR George V. Baglini Anita O. Beebe ^J James J. Castagna 2 Stewart C. Clarlc - Linda Copney-Okeke ^ Kenneth J. Franco 'C Flavio D. Gaudio Dahlia Grace ^ Michael A. Hansen, CPA James M. Healey ^ Jessica E. Hyde ^ Arthur E. LaMan, III a. James B. Lamoureux ^ Jason J. Link "^ John M. MacDonald, Sr _ Linda C. McCabe-Huber < Stephanie S. Moceri "* Micliael D. Morrissey Rita T. Nigri ^ Deborah Pausig Harold J. Rohb ^ Bernadette Solieri z. Richard S. Stahl Jacqueline G. Swanson , Clare R. Sweeney "^ John D. Venables CLASS OF 1995 PATRON Gustave E. Carlson Tyler D. Grange Elizabeth R. Waytkus ASSOCIATE Raymond N. Altieri Jeffrey Baugher Victoria M. Cathcart Rita S. Coan Porterfield Lori A. Cox Brian J. Eaton Robert J. Healey Prudence J. Kamerzel Matthew J. Pekar George R. Ribellino, Jr. Laury Volta CONTRIBUTOR Robert G. Avalone Lori H. Boes Jacquelyn S. Brown Vivien A. Carrano Scott J. Criscuolo Rita V. Curtis Allison Davis Carmine A. DeStefano John J. Doody, II Salvatore M. Fazzino Robert W. Graham, II Jane Huinl Laurie H. Kamigawachi, MS, RD Karl H. Kulisch Barbara J. Lis Damon D. Lucibello Riclcy W. Macri Robert J. Magyar James R. Patullo Carrie Picardi Newman Lee R. Piggott, HI Thomas J. Riley James D. Salvatore Emily A. Stofa Cynthia Teifert Kenneth M.Vitelli CLASS OF 1996 BENEFACTOR Michael F. Lynch PATRON Lynn W. D'Amico ASSOCIATE Michael Buchas Gary R. Davidson Elizabeth A. Demir Deborah Marenna Judith A. O'Connor Bernadette Phillip- Young Paul C. Varsanik, Jr. William L. Warmuth Thomas F. White Norman A. Williams CONTRIBUTOR Paul M. Aresta Dale R. Bailey Brian T. Bavaro Michael A. Beke Gail P. Berardesca Joseph T. Ciriello Bonnie L. Cocchiola Joseph L. Fleischman Denise R. Foresman, MS, RD Thomas L. Fuda Barbara Ann Gigliotti Susan A. Goncalves Julia Gunn Elmer Henderson, Ir. Janet C. Hoffman Dennis J. Huysman Willie T. Kearney, Jr. Philip F. LaChance Sadik M. Lilaporia Zulham Lubis Peter V. Massaro Adam J. Melch James W. Morrell Joan E. Pearsall Jacqueline M. Reid Sharon D. Swanson James G. Urbano CLASS OF 1997 ASSOCIATE Stephanie M. Brown Mark S. DeFrancesco, M.D. Benedykt S. Dyczkowski Mireille A. Esponda Marilyn Kendrix Timothy J. Metzler Donna E. Palmieri Kara Redfern Christine G. Schaaf Angela Schutz Karen L. Stoll Paul K. Taormina CONTRIBUTOR Lisa M. Anderson Martin H. Arnold Marilyn K. Bernard Paul J. Bodell Robin S. Denny Dean J. DiMauro Susan P. Gibbons Nancy Giugno Angeline Gordon Martha A. Gross Martha B. Judd Edwin L. Kliczewski Cynthia A. Kohan Steven Kumpf Kimberly MacDonald Lakisha Q. Piatt Peter R. Redding Diana L. Ross Marie J. Sampieri John J. Scott Raman R. Singh Matthias Strilbyckij Paul J. Szemanczlcy CLASS OF 1998 BENEFACTOR Dawn M. Coe, CPA PATRON Debra L. Bettley ASSOCIATE Sandra Ahbagnaro Christopher P. Anziano Phillip P Baccki Leona C. Clerkin Robert A. Coppola Bruce Hall Kelly A. Martin Charlene F. Micklus Mark J. Morenz Michael J. O'Connor Herbert S. Wilson CONTRIBUTOR Lisa Bacchiocchi Robert O. Brelsford, Jr. Peter J. Bruchansky Christina M. CoUura Brian C. Connolly Ronald D. Frey Gerald B. Gigliotti Erica M. Harris Terence Henrt Shala R. Lindsay Antoinette M. Maloy, CPA James P. Niziolek Arieh Oz Ram J. Patel Thomas Prizzia Ralph N. Richard Jennifer A. Saunders Victoria L Smith, Ph.D. Tung-Shan Teng Ann Toffel CLASS OF 1999 DEAN'S CLUB Christopher G. Boissard Susan L. Ford GOLD CLUB Matthew F. Mentone 46 VniversUy of New Haven Loyai donors of five consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. £i Dennis is a former vice president of Human Resources, Olin Corp., and a 27-year member of tiie UNH faculty. Donna is a veteran teaclier and library media specialist having taught in both the Connecticut and Missouri school systems. The McGoughs created the McGough Family Endowed Scholarship at UNH this year WhatMoti w wiNJiii iiiuunias been given, much is required" (Luke 1 2:48). We try to be good stewards of the resources that have been entrusted to us. Dennis: Many years ago, I was asked to write a guest editorial in the Stamford Advocate regarding homelessness. I was serving on the board for the Shelter for the Homeless, Inc. in Stamford. I used this well-known idea as the basis for my editorial: Give someone a fish and you feed them for a day, teach them how to fish. . . My firm belief is that this isn't an either/or situation. Sometimes you must do both, giving someone fish so that they can sun/ive while they are leaming to fish. Donna: Dennis and I were volunteers at the Monroe (Conn.) EMS, and we served on the administrative board for the sen/ice. I was a teacher for 30 years, in the most rewarding profession possible. There is nothing more exciting than helping students understand the power they have over their own success. Dennis and I both believe it is important to serve our community. Dennis: UNH does a temfic job in the higher education arena. In our own small way we support that effort through annual giving and scholarships. We believe in the UNH mission. Donna and I also received help from our parents and each received some scholarship support. We are privileged to pass it fonward by providing scholarship support If you can help, you must help. If not me, who? If not now, when? WhatMcaters jwviiAf lu ouu uMuuyd ramily and community Dennis: My personal motto; • Love God. • Love your family • Give generously to others. • Share your knowledge. • Really be wherever you are. Focus! • Give all you have on every pitch. • While alive, live! Dennis and Donna McGough flank Haley Clark '10, Psychology, this year's recipient of the McGough Family Endowed Scholarship. PATRON John T. Doulette Christopher M. Orcutt ASSOCIATE Anne C. Boucher lames E. Clerkin Richard E. Cooper Sheila A. Dawson David P. Dupnik Penny H. Holernan John C. Luckachina Paula M. Uscilla CONTRIBUTOR Tamara Bileca Linda M. Breslin Stephan D. Brown, Jr. Zili Cheng Nathan M. Cohen Christopher J. Cummings SheryU L. Davis Michael D. DiBartolo Barbara B. Esposito Jeffrey Facinelli Antonio P. Ferreira Richard A. Gagne, Jr. Lou Ann Giunta Hodaya Hoffman Kerry L. Hurley Glenn A. lannaccone Henry D. Jorsz James A. Kading Andrew J. Keal Karen M. Kennon Lisa M. Krohne Kathryn M. Luria Carol A. Malenfant 'c Sridharan Maniamparambil z Keisa A. McPartland r Shannon R. Micklus - Carolyn M. Patenaude ^ G. Nathan Simmons „_ Amit S. Singh C Kathleen Southard Andrea J. Stukz -. Paul B. Thomson c Ronald A. Whitney - John R. Williams, Sr. '2 John-Paul A. Wise WiUiam J. Woods I CLASS OF 2000 z GOLD CLUB ^ Christine M. Huber ^ ASSOCIATE ^ Florence Chianese ^j John R. Fontano Patrick J. Larkin o Kevin W Lewelling ^ Teetee Roberts-Brown Catherine E. Souza Richard S. Ziegler CONTRIBUTOR Sandra C. Adams Saeed S. Ahmed Beata Bagi Lori K. Barry Colin Cini Henry L. Cook Athanasios Diakomis Christina Eggert Francisca D. Ervin-Campbell Daniel A. Esposito Margaret M. George Roger E. Gosciminski Nancy J. Held-Sheehe Brendan Houlihan Lois J. Huisman Mary Ann Hultgren, RDH Matthew R. Kerzner Jason M. Myers Carmella D. Nuttroy Lourdes O. Nuzzo Patricia R. O'Shea Matthew A. Pallett Paul A. Pedenski Kristin A. Prasauckas Peter Purcell John L. Rogers Ardisa Smalls Chrystie N. Tomala Bradley J. Valentine Laurie C. Warren CLASS OF 2001 FOUNDER'S CLUB Linda S. Olbrys CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Richard C. Toce PATRON Salvatore D. Catalano, Jr. Kathryn S. Lukach Gayle Tagliatela Jill Zatnparo ASSOCIATE Tricia T. Coppola Caroline E. Deal Andrew E. Dinkel, FV Lmirence A. Grab Roselie E. McDevitt Catherine K. Ostrowski Thomas R. Pjatak Chad E. Redman Daniel J. Schuessler CONTRIBUTOR William G. Barbieri Francis B. Bonomo Terry J. Boyd Kirk J. Buer James T. Burns, Jr. Lauren Cocilova Jitendra M. Damania John D. Davino Roberta DiNicola Renee E. Forte Catherine C. Giapponi Gregory S. Gibson Erika L. Graff Scott R. Gruzas Kelly L. Knotts Michael N. Lewis Lynn Luczkowski Derek Matheii Francis J. McCarty Edward J. McGuinness Janet D. Nelson Laurie J. Nyulassy Indika S. Perera Lakeisha R. Robinson Mark E. Sasso Mark P. Spodnik Harry M.Triebel Vincent A. Vallillo Bruce J. Varga CLASS OF 2002 PATRON Richard W. Curtis, Jr. ASSOCIATE Fahad M. Al-Azzaz Martin J. Fenelon, III Thomas Gilmore Joseph R. Morales, Jr. Wayne K. Woolery CONTRIBUTOR Jessica L. Adair Mark Y. Aziz Alisa M. Belenchia Shervaun L. Clark John E. Dunn Pia F. Gero Efrem J. Golden Rodrigo Gonzalez Maury David E. Hall Erin M. Harrison Daniel Hono Helen W. LaPlant Joanne Liu Krystal A. Livingston Natasha M. Majeski Christopher J. Moran Ruth A. Mowrey Michelle M. Pawloski Stacy L. Petta Joanne Pimentel Steven Ponto Diane E, Powers David S. Purcell Christopher W. Richards Aladin Sabanovic Gwen M. Sunderland-Haggett Robert Weber Kelly M. Whalen CLASS OF 2003 GOLD CLUB Jonathan D. Leone PATRON Christina K. Chupaska ASSOCIATE Charles R. Brozina Donald J. Deane Constance Dinkel Gabriele Fischer William F. Ostrum Margaret E. Schofield Bobbie A. White Perry C. Wyatt CONTRIBUTOR Brian A. Battisti Evelyn E. Bonaparte Mary G. Boyer NancyLinnea Carlson Lauren K. Cryan Nick Demos Brenda C. Diaz Jie Ding James Evans Nancy Ferrucci David W. Fleming Jennifer Germe Nichole Goulet Karen M. Hurst Ruxandra Iliescu Brian Jones Kelley L. Jones Michelle D. Kelly-Baker Steven A. Klee Alice E. Martin Amy E. Mayo Cheryl L. Parasiliti Sarah B. Patterson Joseph W Paul Manju G. Pillai John J. Priano Manprit Sidhu Bethany Solomon Jessica Vilella CLASS OF 2004 DEAN'S CLUB Philip Batchelor Angela Zappia 48 (Jniversily oj New Haven B^S^BSSrs ojfive consecutiye years or more are indicated in bold ilalic gold copy. GOLD CLUB Robert R Mansfield, Jr. CONTRIBUTOR Tristan Fields Joseph D. Danao Mark A. Patrick John S. Barrett Jennifer L. Fonda Dorea RoUe Jenifer H. Biafore Susan G. Fontana PATRON Raechelle B. Sherman Andrew Bimonte Louise E. Goldbeck Alison Clark Isaiah Cannata Michael C. Hafey Shontae Corey CONTRIBUTOR Andrew G. Cohen Jeidy A. Irizarry Lewis E. Crone Caroline A. Breen Johnny L. Corey, Jr. Kiran Kadarla EUyn M. Doris Ralph G. Cannici Peter D. Crayton Dominik Kot Casmir Ebubedike James S. Ciarcia Meghan A. Dinan Kathleen Lane Carrie E. Jackson Meghan Condon William J. Druschell Robert P. Laudone Joao M. Costa David Granata Cindy V. Leiton ASSOCIATE Timothy R. Cyr Patrick G. Healey Jenny A. Lounsbury Joanna E. Brenner Leta A. Dinnean Norma A. HoUender-Celico Victoria M. Masterson Shelby Buckman Beth Dupont Adam I. Keyes Eric D. Mathis Ernest J. DelU Gatti Kevin S. Dupre Denice A. McGregor Mark P. Mature Anne W. Dube Heath A. Edehnan Todd R. Nass Carole McClellan William I. Kelly, Jr. Miriam M. Halpern Judith D. Nolan Dudnie C. Michel Jacquelyn L. Marrero Lynn L. Heim Karen A. Pelletier Theodore Mitchell Rebecca N. Hoghe Rambabu N. PerumaUa Jessica Moices CONTRIBUTOR Kim Hoxsie Stephen Postemsky Deirdre L. Moody Joseph S. Barbieri, III Giria-Marie Bertucelli Seiji Ichihara Ursula C. Reilly Hemanth B. Naga Katherine E. Ivers Joseph Richard Robert J. Olsen Umesh C. Chakunta Stuart G. Jarratt Jamie E. Rotimi Jason Pelletier Bruce G. Clinton Jill C. KeUey Karen A. Rourke Francis Penney Denise C. Cooper Mamie Cooper P/2tiJ F C^ttn77ji Michael J. Ladd Jennifer J. Sangeloty Mariel K. Ramsperger Joelle Lamontagne Thomas P. Slyman Jason C. Riendeau Robert M. L^nzieri Susan K. Tall Melissa 1. Rodriguez Louis S. Ducceschi Melissa A. Laskowski Uwe Uhmeyer David J. Salemme Sli:^iin FtTsOr Lorin K. Mask Michael Whitehead Rodney M. Seaforth Tyrone Fernandez Naseam Fonseca Alyssa K. McGonagle Owen M. Zimmerman Seth A. Shapess Jaimee T. Mendillo Jay Solomon Irina Geiman April T. Mishler CLASS OF 2007 Shelley J. Stevens Selman Gozaydin Eric Moore Michael A. Morin PATRON Peter Struble Faith R. Taffe Jaclyn K. Kelly Michael D. Laverriere Kenneth J. Nessing Thomas J. Sapienza Robert E. Tesoriero Michael O'Brien Devrim Tufan Katie Lopez Justin M. Marciano Matthew J. Ostien DeeAnna N. Parrish ASSOCIATE Krisananpong Aungaree Laura E. Volkert Kadiryn A. Wanta Janice L. Martin Saida Norani Paul M. Peart Fedra Pessina Kathy A. Redden Rosukon San Juan Nellie L. Ward Gail F. Bisgnano Ronald L. Brown, Jr. Danielle M. Caroccia Barbara J. Conroy Brittany M. White Stephanie E. Williams Ruofei Yao Ashim Pokharel Todd R. Rossini CLASS OF 2006 Gina M. Criscuolo Glen J. Murray Thomas R. Rodia CLASS OF 2008 Gary C. Saunders PATRON GOLD CLUB Jamison J. Scott Jeannine Luisi Maria Rossi Jody J. Rossi Georgia C. Simon Rosalba A. Zajac Aimee E. Vail ASSOCIATE Christine M. Zuchinsky PATRON Kathryn E. Vigue Gregory J. Blosick William D. Little Mark A. Wiggins Scott G. Cochran CONTRIBUTOR Dawn M. Wile Scott W. Gleason Christine Aliman ASSOCIATE Marcus A. Hanscom Oghenemudiame E. Apoe Frank E. Benavides CLASS OF 2005 Jonathan P. Hoisak Vardan E. Babajanyan Janice Cretan ASSOCIATE Kaitlin Kester Linda B. Barlow Madeline Garcia Elba J. Araneo Jay Krishnamoorthy Corey A. Brush Stephanie Geiman Kenneth P. Barbour Cynthia L. Lamb Beth E. Casey Rebecca J. Cramp Michael B. Cleary Lisa McGrath Sally Cline Linda K. Hillis Karl W Eiben Jennifer L. Nester Hali Guttler Jaroslaw A. Lewkowski Richard Fieseler Kathleen M. Nyiry Stella Damoah Michael P. Martino Melissa Hennessey Stephen J. Rogan Nicholas J. Didelot Paul D. Melchionno Maureen Keleghan Erin Schultz Amanda M. DunneU Mya Mya Pieschel Bernard W. Kyle Eric Tyler Martha Fernald Jason S. Lyman Adriana C. Fields 49 z CONTRIBUTOR Srikanth Maganti CLASS OF 2009 Jason D. Silvestri Frank Alvarado Anthony D. Maisano GOLD CLUB Virginia L. Smith John P. Anello Yolanda L. Martinez Selina Moylan Kelli Walerysiak Jason A. Bak Mark Meyerson Danielle N. Bedard Erik W. Milk PATRON Marquis R. Bell Mary E. Mills Herman Richard Borer PARENTS Jason S. Bernstein Phihp A. Minchoff Marc Maniatis GATEHOUSE CLUB Nicholas P. Bohler Matthew W. Bourdeau Tracy L. Mooney Jessica M. Musial ASSOCIATE Mary and T. Kirkham Barneby Jon M. Burdeshaw Shawn W. Pofif Thomas McGrath FOUNDER'S CLUB Gerald Cap Taralynn Capobianco Rriirp Crownpr Sarah L. Reilly Angela C. Sarno Matthew R Schaefer CONTRIBUTOR John and Elizabeth Howell, Sr. Robert J. Crowder Charles W. Schaffer Erin M. Broomhead BENEFACTOR Michelle D'Amore Danielle M. Scholato Stephanie K. Brown Dominick and Tracy Minervini Louise M. Dembry Rehossem Djirangaye John Draskovic Kevin R. Flood Lauren E. Schwartz JiUian Dawley Christopher and Donna Ruskay Ravikanth Reddy Seri Daniel R Silvia Felecia A. Edwards Brian E. Francisco Thomas and Katharine Wiercinski Brooke L. Somers Anthony Guerino PATRON Parker J. Gallo Jessica L. Surozenski Brittany L. Lizon Alison Eckert Kevin Gargan Daniel Gellady Hollie B. Kennedy Elias D. Koutikas Michelle J. Ulrich Vincent Lugo Kevin and Laura Ennis Jenna L. Veronneau Joseph A. O'Brien Vincent and Ellen Grimaldi Kathy Wadolowski Steven N. Paternoster Tom and Dana Ruberti Jennifer A. Wetmore Amanda M. Pinero Robert and Lisa Solomon Sarah A. LeBlanc Meghan M. Wherley Melissa L. Potvin Guy and Margot Walter Shea M. Loy Jamie L. Lynch Dan Wu-Morris Richard I. Wyche Junjun Zhang Jesus Johni L Puerta- Lopez JudyWelty Christine L. Sabol Cassandra M. Sgro What Makes A Great Student? Your gift to the University of New Haven's Annual Fund will help our students achieve their dreams of earning a college education. ; Your support enables the University to provide our students with an exceptional educational experience that will prepare them to have a positive impact on others. ■ Please support UNH by making i a gift today. You can donate online at or use the envelope enclosed in this magazine. Give Now -Your Gift Will Make A Difference! 50 University o/ New Havi ii Loya\ donors of jive consf culivc vf ars or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. ASSOCIATE Maria Teresa Abascal David and Cyntiiia Barr Alfred and Cynthia Bartolotta Jean and Christine Beaucage Neal and Michele Bensley Randolph and Kelly Biggs Kenneth and Ronda Bilodeau, Jr. Susan Bodiker Robert and Sandra Boivin George and Maria Borbely John Borkowski James and Donna- Jean Bradley John and Arline Brady Robert and Gabrielle Brady Robert and Joy Brodeur Derek and Kathy Brown Bruce Buechele Jerry and Susan Camardelia Barbara Carbone Joan Carroll James and Janet Carruthers Joseph and Maria Chan Larry and Sue Chapman Kevin and Maria Collins Wayne Cote Jason Crane Paul and Jennifer Cyr David and Darlene Daugherty Randolph and Barbara DeBiase, Sr. Roger and Lynne Didrikson John and Nancy DiMitruck Richard and Diane DiVincenzo John and Catherine Dolan Joseph and Michele Downs, Sr. Allen and Patricia Eppich Peter and Maureen Fasino, Jr. Richard and Susan FenneU Michael and Sandra Ferraro Santo and Donna Finocchiaro Michael and Michele Foote Eric and Sylvie Foulds Robert and Cindy Fox Stuart and Charlene France John and Laura Fruin Stuart and Melissa Gamm Debra Garten John and Teresa Giugliano, Jr. David and Carol Gleason Andrew and Sharon Goresh, Jr. Jose and Andrea Gosp Terrence and Joan Green Kevin and Ann Groody Terence and Mary Flale James and Susan Halpin Colleen Harrington Bruce and Joanne Hegedus Craig and Kathy Hemler Daniel and Joan Hemperly Peter and Dorleen Horn Robert Hutchings Thomas and Debbie Hutchins Vicente and Jackeline Ithier Anthony and Darlene Jacabacci, Sr. Kelvin and Jina Jackson, Sr. Robert and Denize Jamerson, Jr. Robert and Kathleen Jennings Albert and Lucille Jones Daniel and Linda Jones Leroi and Rosittia Jones Peter and Cynthia Kazlas Kevin and Jo Ann Koehn Linda Kornmeyer John and Kathleen Lademann Susan and John Laiacone Roger LaPointe Richard and Linda Lastrina, Sr. Ellen Lazzara Michael Lazzara, Sr. Charles and Lorraine Lobacz Richard and Kathleen Longenecker Francisco and Emmy Luna Glenn and Carol Macomber Juan and Melissa Marcos Christopher and Phyllis Matseur Randy and Cassandra McCauley Ruth and Michael McGuire David and Kathleen Medeiros Robert Mihalcik, Jr. Brian and Donna Mills Helen Mitala Paul and Karen Molloy Prisco and Mary Monico Lisa and Thomas Morgillo loseph Mygatt Jose and Lydia Negron, Sr. John and Carol Nepi Liz Normand Bennett Obienu David and Donna Oiler James and Karen Olobardi Jairo and Daisy Pelaez John and Annamarie Pelcher Lawrence and Nancy Perry Paul and Carol Plant Ronald Procaccio Daniel and Mary Provost Edmund and Carolyn Racicot Eugene and Veronica Ready Harry and Karen RocheviUe, Sr. Domenic and Naome Rossi Thomas and Joanne Schmitt James Seckler Wendy ServiUe Cesar and Belgica Soto David and Cynthia Sportelli Wayne and Carla Starkey Thomas and Marilyn Stevens Harold and Pamela Tarry Robert and Rebecca Thomas Carin and Ray Tripodina Robert and Karen Tucker, Jr. Richard and Pamela Turner Mark and Lynne Usseglio Dennis and Patricia Wallace Christine Young Timothy and Marcia Zello CONTRIBUTOR Michael and Joanne Abdinoor Maureen and Gary Aceto Kenneth and Ellen Adams Gary and Laurel Alexander Eli and Lorraine Allen Frederick and Catherine Alund David and Donna Archambault Thomas and Laurie BaUachino Lawrence and Pamela Barker Eugene and Suzanne Bartomioli David and Rochelle Bellach James and Susan Bergman Robert and Leslie Bertolatus Raymond and Deborah Billica Douglas and Sara Billings George and Katherine Boelsems Theodore and Susan Bordner Raymond and Yvette Boucarut James and Catherine Boulais loseph and Lelia Braga Paul and Theresa Brandon Joyce Brayboy Wilbur and Wendy Brenner Joseph and Wendy Buchert William and Carol Bumbolow Dennis and Monika Burke John Carbone, Jr. Deborah and George Cartolano Mark and Shelli Catala David and Amal Chawiche George and Susan Chiaverini Philip and Joyce Christopher Michael Clear, III Bruce and Debbie Cohen Michael and Theresa Colabella James Coleman James and Sandra Comeau Sebert and Denise Cooper Walter and Gloria Cox, Jr. David and Nancy Creighton Anthony and Wanita Cross, Sr. Norman and Cynthia Cross, Jr. Frank and Georgette Curcio Albert and Kathy Curtis Paul and Michele Cusson Dominick and Lena Cutaia, Jr. Mark and Anna Cutalo Brian and Diane DaConto Joseph and Mary Lou Darling Anthony and Bonnie DellaRocco Jeffrey and Julia Demichiel Salvatore and Diane DeSena Howard Distafano Robert and Lynne DiVita Deborah Dobshinsky William and Nancy Doherty Kevin and Cindy Donnelly Velma Edwards Lisa and Eugene Evangelisti Judy Failla Andrew and Ellen Fales, Jr. Gregory and Linette Farris Edwin and Cynthia Fernandez Jose and Nancy Fernandez, Sr. Jahcino and Marie Ferrara Laurence and Carrie Freitas Richard '99 and Laura Gagne, Jr. George and Lynn Galgano Theresa and Mark Galligan- Reese James and Fran Galu Raymond and Lorraine Gelormino Gaetano and Lucy Gennuso Joanne Gibney Donna Goettler Mark and Prue Goldrich Alfredo and Maria Gomes Richard Good Patti Gorka Thomas and Shana Gregoretti Scott and Sarah Groh John and Margaret Hall WQliam and Joanne Hall Karl and Diana Hamann William and Martha Hanley Gary and Gail Hansen Jim and Karen Harba Thomas and Lisa Harding Angela Haupt James and Mary Havrilla Glenn and Jolinda Heavens Ray and Kelly Ann Heppe Kenneth and Cynthia Hollies Wayne and Karin Hooper Richard and Michelle Horan Fred and Linda Horenburg Tim Housholder Robert and Maureen Howell Richard and Barbara Hubbard James and Joan lannacone Kathy Ilowite Gaetano and Christine lovieno Elaine lucci Judy Jones Bernard and Beth Kavaler George and Susan Keeler Edward and Linda Kerrigan Dennis and Deborah KHcullen Gale Klatte Mark and Annette Knobloch John and Patti Kostrubiak Paul Kozikis Greg and Deborah Kupfer Richard and Carolyn Kuzoian, Jr. Mary and Dominick Lachman Scaramuzzino Kimberly and Michael LaFond Rachelle and Larry Lambert Daniel and Martha Lane Mark and Laura Langley Warren and Gail LeBlanc Donald and Ann Leona 51 Craig and Suzanne Litwin Saida and John Luciano-Ross John and Virgina Mahoney Dean and Rosalind Mamet Gerard and Angela Margiotta John and Lourdes Marrero Dolores '87 and Charles Marshall Mark Mature Alan Mauro Michael and Eileen Mauro, Sr. James and Linda McElheny Albert and Cheryl Merkt William Metcalf Donna and Randolph Miles Daniel and Sylvia Monteverde Robert and Maria Moore David and Christine Morel Michael and Frances Morra David and Dan Morris, Jr. Serge and Dominique Mouthon Robert and Camille Mueller Michael and Anne Murphy Thomas and Donna Murphy Ervin and Linda Murray Jeff and Lisa Musto John and Marie Nitzke Robert and Brenda O'Brien Margaret O'Keefe Thomas and Janet Olander Jeffrey and Doreen Otchet George and Teresa Papadopoulos John and Debbie Paquette Scott and Robin Parker Blaise and Donna Parnisi James and Cynthia Pecca CaroU and Clifford Perkins Pasquale Perrotti Brian and Michele Peterson Kurt and Lisa Pflugfelder Louise Picca Paul and Kathy Pisano Ktithy and Dave Pittman John and Donna Pivik Donald and Elise Poist Robert Pouliot Mary Pyle David and Diane Querze Michael and Lauren Reichel HoUey Richardson Michael and Gail Riley Chuck and Jane Rizzio Harold and Mary Roeder, III Dennis and Helen Romano Thomas and Donna RombUus Michael and Susan Rosen Steve and lo Ann Rowe Angelo and Aylin Rubino, Ir. Wayne and Sharon Russell Aaron and Sandra Salovin Phillip and Kathleen Salt Joseph and Linda Sansone Vincent and Rosina Sarno Charles and Gail Schnepp, Jr. Kathleen Shanahan Tonya Shearin-Patterson William and Kimberly Shepard Michael and Nancy Smith Philip and Alba Spagnesi Robert and Agnes St. Pierre Nadine Steele Barbara Taranto Angela Taylor Michael Taylor Edward and Karen Thomas, Sr. Gary and Colleen Ulrich Vincent and Sandra Vallario, Jr. Anthony and Debra Vigna Patrick and Marlene Villarruel Joseph and Barbara Vincens, Jr. Christy and Dennis Vining-Russell Stephen and Donna Waldenburg, Jr. James and Mary Walsh James and Elizabeth Warnock Charles and Johanne Wernquest Jeffrey and Jacuqeline White David and Elizabeth Wilson Theodore and Johanna Wlodkowski Michael and Susan Wohlfahrt John and Susan Woron Thomas and Lori Wyrebek Anthony and Donna Zamarin FRIENDS MILLION DOLLAR CLUB John and Mary W Tu CORNERSTONE CLUB Louis E and Mary A. Tagliatela PLATINUM CLUB Henry E. and Nancy H. Bartels Isabella E. Dodds Barbara Olin Taylor and F. Morgan Taylor Karen L. Pritzker Vlock and Michael Vlock UNIVERSITY CLUB Gail L. Brekke and Jay 1. "VJock Jane Kammerer Tracey Kammerer GATEHOUSE CLUB Robert Alvitte Philip H. and Susan Bartels Mina Gerowin-Hermann Mark S.attd Janet Levy Bethel Ann Rooney Rubin and Sharon Vine Johnson and Julie Young FOUNDER'S CLUB Gale Crowell Colin J. Foster and Andrea Ryan Heidi A. Law Alan MacDonald Gisela Marin M. Wallace and Rita Rubin Joye R. Wegryn-Synodi DEAN'S CLUB Estate of James Q. Bensen Patricia L. Slocum CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Leslie A. Amoroso Dennis Blader and Pauline Hill Paul J. BoreUi Teresa A. Delvecchio Kathleen A. Devlin Harold EUis Robert M. Gordon Carol A. Hall Maura C. Lyddy Robert J. and Nancy Lyons, Sr. Lou ManzoliUo foel H.Marks Ann C. O'Keefe John and Julia O'Keefe Matthew B. O'Keefe Michael ]. O'Keefe Todd Plourde lames C. and Mary ReiUy Michael F. and Marian Rieders Juli C. Roebuck Howard Safir Michele Scott BENEFACTOR Cynthia Barr Ann Cox Kathleen A. Donnelly Richard A. Griswold Wayne Parks Trina Reynolds PATRON Justin Campbell James Carney Christopher Cerrato Stephen P. Chernock Lily L. Chuang Edward Creem David F. Czaplicki Edward Dolan Edward Drew Mike Faherty Jennifer M. Fallon Robert L. Fiscus, CPA Bill Fisher Frank Gerlando William J. Grady Robert Grosser Marc Healey Irish American Community Center Alicia Jedrzejewski Dianna Kershaw Steven Lampert Arthur G. Lebreck Steven Lopes George Maciulewski Matthew A. Magnone Bernice Mazan Steve McGiUicuddy Terrence V. Mcintosh David M. Moran Christopher J. Palmer William C. Powanda John Torniero Michael Treglia William J. Wexler Richard and Susan Wing David M. Yaffe James Ziegler ASSOCIATE Michael Addisio James M.Angehr Gus A. Avalos Corrine A. Bannon Vivienne C. Bell Frederick Billings Augustyn's Blue Goose loseph V. Bode Jacquelyn Boutin-Plante Don Brombacker, D.D.S. Antonio Buonomo Steve Burke John K. Byrne Lucia B. Camarda Nikki A. Carroll Alan I. Chosed Frank Collins Daniel P. Cosgrove Greg Cybul Mark Darin Brian T Davies Kevin Dayton Elena Delucia MaryLou DeNardis Alfred Di Leonardo, Jr. Frank M. Dilieto, Jr. Immacolata DiMeo Frank Dininno Cynthia Eaton Joshua S. Eaton Frank H. Erpelding Louis Fernandez Tara M. Fisher Lara M. Francis Jean Gambardella Colleen Garofalo Shepard Grazioli Henry Grazioso Fran Grindell Elzbieta Grzymala Michal Gumkowski Sylvia Hall Jean M. Handley 52 L'niversKv of New Htivf n Loyal donors of five consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. 1VIUSIC AND SOUND RECORDING :^-. -i^iSif^mant ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR ALUMNI AFFINITY PROGRAMS AND GRADUATE STUDENT IN EDUCATION, CORNELL UNIVERSITY UNH ANNUAL FUND DONOR FORMER STUDENT EMPLOYEE OF UNH PHONATHON , W/iflt Motivates: Giving is my way of recognizing that my life is the way it is now because of the generosity of others. Everyone in this country, even if just in the smallest way has benefited from charitable contributions. From the hospital in which one was born to the school one attends, all facets of society are sustained by charitable contributions. To ignore such an essential part of life in America is as counterproductive as breathing in without breathing out. What Matters: God, family school, work. Alpha Phi Alpha and then everything else. Why He Helps: Higher education is more than just a service, it's an investment. While working for the UNH Phonathon, I came to realize that alumni, by investing in the University, were investing in me. I also received the UNH Presidential Scholarship, which was a defining factor in my decision to attend UNH. It's time for me to show a return on the investment. The ^ ^ ^ ^ L L Ronald E. Hanna Lyonel Pierre-Louis William Aquilino Krista Bush James M. Hanson, D.D.S. Jeffrey J. Pollard Azalia Aragon Louise Byrne Antoni Hauptmun Lucio Porrello Diana Aragon Christine Cairns Joyce C. Heffelfinger Jo- Ann Putnam David Asta Carmine A. CalandreUa Mable Hoffler Andrey Ramza Kazimierz W. Augustyn Mary Calici Arthur R. Hood Maryann Reizner Leon V. Auvil, Jr. Betty L. Camelli Eolia Hopkins Jaime Rivas James Aversa Vincent T. Camputaro David L. Hyde Jose Rivera Roger Babbitt Ayten Cangoz Robert M. Isaacs Elizabeth A. Rogan Dianne Bacelli Ivan 0. Capella Krzysztof Iwaszkiewicz Frances Romano Danuta Badorek Carolyn Caplik Steve Jacksis Salvatore Romano Karen M. Balascak Rocco Carbone Kenitra Johnson James A. Royal Carol Johnson Bald Gerald Garden Rita G. Johnson Dennis Rozum Mary Balog Kathryn R. Carew Robert Kaiden Nicola Salamone Joseph C. Baran Shirley W. Carey Jacqueline M. Kane Lindsay Salt Louis A. Barbero Joseph J. Carfagno Frank Kenna Barbara Sargenti R.G. Barbero Jennie A. Carney Bonnie Jo Kieffer Carole Schermann Jaime I. Barbosa Julia Carney Seymour R. Kleinfeld Carmela Schiavo Courtney Barbour Maria Carpentino Maria Lebski Don H. Schoessler, Sr Brooks Barnett Concetta Carrillo Alick Letang Phyllis M. Seibert Rita Barr Harold Casey Dante Lia Barbara Sinione Michael Barrett Shirley Casey John J. Libertelli Jon Simone Robert Bartels Maria Cassella-Dimeo Katherine L. Lindbeck Debra Slattery Denise Basile Ann E. Ceremano Patricia Lohrer William Slattery Donna M. Battaglia Nick Cerjanec David K. Lyon James L. Smith William Baxter Beverly A. Chandler John MacLachlan Michael Smith Randall Beach Kyle Chandler Mary O. MacLachlan Beverly Solomon Donald Beckwith Prashant Chandra Helen Mahoney Jeannette C. Speer Edith Behrle John C. Chapman Kevin I. Mahony David R. Stedman Terry Bergantino Toddnie Cherry Renato Marini Dawn Stellmacher Bob Bica David Chevan Rodger Martin Lorraine Stigle Stone Jan Bilski Melissa Chin-Hing Daniel MartineUi Betty Sweeney Frances Blackgrove Anthony M. Christoforo Nicholas MartineUi Edward Szypulski Lee Blaede Stanley J. Ciak Regina Maslowski Jerry M. Tabolt Dana Blanchard Donald J. Ciampi, Jr. Robert Mastriano Anna Tokarz Pete ). Blniichard Ralph Ciarlone Alina Mazewski Angel Torres-Gonzalez Pierre Blanchard Mary Cirillo Stefan Mazur Shannon Valenti Gregory Blowycky Beverley Clarke Marilyn McCray Mary A. Vaughan Paul Boehmke Patrick J. Clifford ^ Harold M. McGlew Charles Veeley Ray Boffa Michele Cohen 2 Piedad Mendoza Leo Veleas Heather Borges John Cologgi - Deborah Meredith Christopher Wanat Trudy Borner John Concepcion ^ Patricia Messina Stephen Wheeler Jerome Boryca John R. Connelly c Harold G. Michel Jay H. Wiener Sue Bowery Mary C. ConnoUy Jan Miedzinski Allan Wilcox Patricia Boyle Lucia M. Contento ^ Maria R. Miller Vivene Williams Missi Bradshaw Carlo Coppola Deborah Milium Barbara Wilsberg Mary Brady Silvia Coppola '~ Floyd Moir Paul Wilsberg Barbara Brainard Joyce A. Correia ^ Delor S. Mossey Steven H. Winkler Robyn Brandwin Winifred CosteUo c_ David J. Mount Manifred Woltmann Mary Brassil Priscilla Coughlin >^ Tim Murphy Tedeusz Wrona Allen Braunschweiger Mary B. Cox ^ Abbas Nadim Jacqueline M. Young Michael J. Brennan Winnifred G. Cresman _ Peter Nestir John Young Joseph Breton Louise Crocco < Peter Nye Andreze J. Zygadlo Michael Breton Alia Cunha-Manly -" Theresa O'Connor David Brockett Joseph Curran ^ Linda Odaynik CONTRIBUTOR Raymond Brockett John R Cuyler, III _, Ana Oman Ana Abascal Carolyn Brodzinski Joan Cwirka Zuzanna A. Osmak Terri Adams William Brogno Ellie Dahl " John B. Patterson Albert Ajello John Brown Daryl Daleen e Herbert H. Pearce Michael Alderman Patricia E.L. Brown Maureen M. Daley ^' Tony Pearson Diane Allen Theresa M. Brown Raye Dallas ^ Karen B. Pettoruto John M. Anderson Beverly R. Brzoska John Danielczuk c Bonnie Pierie Keith Andree Anthony Buccella Statdey Danielczuk ^ CaroUe Pierre-Louis Marianne Apuzzo Mary Burke Robert D'Aprile 54 Umvcrsity of New Haven Loyal donors of Jive consecutive years or more are indicated in hold italic gold copy. Timothy J. Davey Charles V. Davila Keegan V. Day Mary G. De Rosa Louis C. DeAngelis, Jr. Richard M. DeCrostra Susan Deering Carmine DelBasso Cynthia C. DeLeone Maria DeLise Joanne Delmazio Sarah Delmonico John DeLuca John Demianczyk Mary DePinho Philip J. DePompeo Frank Deponte Lucia Derenzo David Derosa Marilyn DeRosa Teresa Devaney Gina Di Lalla Linda Di Lalla David Diangelo Antonio DiBiase Carmine DiMatteo Robert Dion Frederick Dirienzo Angela Disorbo Leo Disorbo Ken Dbcon Walter Dolde, Ph.D. Kristin Donnelly Patricia Donnelly Sean W. Donnelly Niccolo DonzeUa Salvatore Donzella Marc Dore Robert E. Downs Roy Dragan Michelle Dressier Gerald Drews Dianne E. DriscoU Michael J. Droney Thomas Drury Patrick Duffy Bruce Duncan Durante Pasta Irene Durol Sheryl Dutkanicz Stefan Dutkanicz Carmine Duva Bohdan Dziubina Kenneth R. Fades Patrick Early Peggy Eatherton Jacinto Echeverria Christine Edgar Andrew Edwards Larry Edwards Patricia A. Fgan Marc Eiger Karen Eisenberg Sondra Eisenberg Michael G. Ellis Kimberly M. Falcioni Gary A. Farrar William P Farrell Mary L. Farrish Elizabeth O. Fearon Daniel J. Feeley James W Feeney Mary Rose Feeney Malgorzata G. Fekieta Maxwell Felder James W. Ferguson, M.D. James P. Ferraro Nicola Fernicci Eric Figoras Christopher Finnie Sebastian Fiume Ellen Flaiinery Patricia Flood Joan Foley John Foley Patrick Foley Sarah Foley Michael C. Forte Lisa- Lynn Fox Sheila Fox Margaret C. Francesconi Valerie Freedman Joseph K. Fuller William S. Fuller James Fyfe Leslie R. Gabbe Sara Gabbe Mary Galaburri Jozef Galiiiski Elisabeth B. Gallagher Thomas Gallagher Nicholas GambardeUa Martin J. Ganter Jeanne L. Gardiner Norene Gargiula Jeanette Garland Barbara Garofalo Edward Garrett Robin L. Gassman Public Gasulla Ronald Gavazzi Walter Gebuza Jim Geffert Helen Gensicki Thaddeus J. Gensicki William Gere, Jr. Patricia Gersitz Jason Gerstenhaber Victor Gersz Mieczysloiw Geslak Louise Gibson Sharon Giglio Joseph P. Gill Richard R. Gleeton Michael Glover Jeanne Gnecco Susan Godlewski Lucille Goff Donna A. Goldener Courtney Gomez Maryann Gorry Joel Grampietro Ann Graner Pickel Vinnie Grasso Inez H. Gray Abigail Greene George A. Gresko John P. Griffin Gary Grippo Jimmy Gruemken Waldemar Grzybko George Guida Marylou Guinan AUen S. Guskin Joseph Guthrie Roman Guz ICrystyna Guzowska Annette E. Gwardyak Zofia Gwiazda Elsie D. Hackney Brian K. Haeckler Timothy Hahn James Hallam Rosie Halliwell David Hamm Mary Nolan Hanafin Marilyn C. Hanna Bridget T. Hanratty Andrew Hanson John Harbut Mary Patricia Harper Norman Harrison, III Sadie Harrison Keith Harvey Gail Heady Rosemary Helm Bertha P. Hellendrung Karen Hellendrung Lois Helupka Keith Henderson Eileen Hennessey Ray Herter Patricia A. Heshn Ronald Hicks Margaret Hionis Edward Hodgson Carleen P. Hodlin Douglas P. Hodlin Robert B. Hodsdon Jo-Ann Hogan Michael J. Hogan Edward P. Hornyak Arthur S. Horton Patrick Hosey Dennis Hrabchak Deborah Hrueschka Stefan Hudak Robert Hyder Christopher Hydorn Mario lacobucci Ralph Infante Sandra G. Isaacs Josephine Jackson Adam C. Jacobs Irving Jacobs George Jafferis Linda Jainer William P. Janega AnaMarie Janicki Donna M. Janofsky Theresa Jasinski Kevin Jenkins Christian Jensen Donna lessen Armand J. Joncas, Jr. John P. Jones George Junko Zdzislaw Jurgilewicz Eileen Kacenski Barbara Kachmar Michael Kakalow Krystyna Kaleba Michael Karcher Kurt M. Karmosin Loui Kasynak Eva Kaufrnan Daniel Kearney Patrick J. Kearney Martin Keary Mary KeUeher Thomas Kelly Robert E. Kelo Patricia Kenchik Gerry Keniry Martin J. Keniry Patrick Kennedy Alicia R. Kenworthy Fred L. Kershaw Florence Keszycki Marcia L. Kiesel Kendra KUleen Babara Kinard Robert Kirkpatrick Gerald J. Kirwin Frederick A. Kitt David E. Klebe Mary P. Klein Leszek Klima Rosemarie Klimkiewicz Doris F. Knight Maria Kobierowski Daniel Kops, Sr. Nancy Kops David R. Korczykowski Waldemar Korytkowski Helen J. Kosack Edward Koscielecki Ania Kot Mike Kowal, Sr. Stefania J. Kowal Nancy R. Kowalski Malgorizata Kownacki 55 Kevin Kranen Helena Kropiewnicka Gina Kryskiewicz Joan Kutys Zosia Kwaskiewicz Queen E. Lacks Catherine M. Laferriere Michael Laffey Lewis M. Lagervall Frank Landolfi Scott Lane Irene Lapinski Thomas Laroche Kevin Larochu Paul Laskowski Alan Lasser Chris Lauro John N. Lavoie Nicola LaVorgna Donald W. Lawrence Elizabeth Legoff Edward Lemanski Joan T. Lenart Peter Lenart Paul Lengyel Vincent Lenza Frank Leone Jack I. Leone Nicholas Leone Bernice Lesnick Martin E. Levine Martha W. Lewis Paul N. Lewis Robin Lewis Philomena Libretti Nancy Lieberman Joe Lillis Daniel LLoyd , . Bridgitte London 2 William Loos - Richard Lorenzo Rex M. Lowe J Lynn M. Luckman Krystyna J. Luczynsky ~ Nancy Luis-Hernandez Elizabeth S. Luna 1- John R. Lyddy Irene Lyga r Mary Lyng ^ William Machon - Brenda Macri _ Mary Madenski < Thomas Maffettone 3 Nancy Magda ^- Joseph Magnone ^ Donna Magrane Michael Maguire " Giulia Malluzzo ° Vincent ]. Manetti, III r^ Lehman A. Mann, Sr. Eileen Manning o Maureen Manning ^ Leroy Manson John Mantzaris Christopher Marchand Gena Marino Robert Marino Robert Markowski Harry R. Marks Aida L. Marrero Anthony Martin Harvey Martin Irma Martinelli Alice Martinez Alma S. Masek Michael P. Mastracco Giulia Mastroianni Michael Mathisen Willy Matos Mark Mattel Carmen P. Matteo Susan Mattesini Charleiie Mature Grazyna Matusiewicz FNU Mayank Nancy Mayer Jozef Mazan Carol Mazza John Mazza Natalie A. Mazzanti Arthur C. McAdams, III Mary McCormack Michael McDermott James McGowan Frances McGreevy John J. McKenna Jim McKernon Samuel McKnight, Jr. Donald Mclean Pat McManus Catherine McMorrow Anne M. Mc\'ulty Paula Melillo CUfford Menafra Helen R. Mertens Fred E. Meuser Lynnette Michaud Panfillo Michelangelo Theresa Micknak Erin Milhaven Jennifer Millar Daniel J. Monaco Alex Monico Susan Montauk Chris Morgan Christopher Morgan Paul J. Moriarity Allen W. Morrison Jameka Morrison Andrzej Mucha John MuUins Eileen R. Mulvey Karen Munford ApoUonia Muoio Eileen M. Murrihy Sophie Muskavitch Frank Myjak Thomas Najda Jacqueline Nass Kathleen E. Neal Jan M. Nepi Thaddius Nerek Alfreda Nestir Norman Newkirk Bette J. Nicotera Sharon O'Connell John P. O'Connor Ivan Odaynik Jean O' Donovan Patrick O'Donovan Charles O'Hagan Frank O'Keefe Albert Olenski Ann Olszyk Stanley Olszyk Thomas O'Malley Sean O' Murray M.N. Oniszko Karen Onofrio-Kyle Anna Maria Onofrio Michael J. Orlando, Jr. Bettie Anne G. Osborne Richard Ostien Janice Ouimette Beverly J. Pacelli Rose R Pacelli Sue Paige Robert E. Palko CarmeUa Palladino Mark P. Palmieri Joseph B. PaneUa Frank Panuczak Mary Parker Robert Parsons Raymond Patnode Diane Patrie Denise Patsos Mary Ann M. Payne Jonathan C. Pease Gail Peck Joseph Pedevillano, Jr. Anna PeUino Rosa Pellino Ruth Perdo Steven Perrett Joseph Petronchak Pearl Petronchak Grace Pettoruto Carol Piccaro Robert M. Picozzi Maria O. Pimentel Lois Pinsince Kelly F Pitcher Marge Pizzuti Heather Poutouves Mieczyslaw Powierski Craig A. Prasauckas Lorraine W. Pratt Tanika Price Edward Przybylowski Tom Purcell Wanda Pyrdol Barbara Pysarchyk Jan Pyterak Michael Raimondi Czeslawa Rakowski Ralph Ramagano Elaine Ramshaw Ruby M. Randall Donald Rankin, M.D. Warren C. Rasmussen, Jr. Donald Recore John Reidy Richard T. Reilly Frances Renkiewicz Joseph Reynolds Pat Reynolds Rose M. Rich Carlos Riva Mildred Rivas Jennifer Rizzotti Martin D. Roach Genoveva Rodriguez Jan Rogalski Dan Roman Gerard Rooney Helen Ropiak Theresa Rosenplanter Louise A. Rossero Helen E. Rossik Ian Rossman Edmund Roszkowski Esther Rozum Michael M. Rubino Helen Rucinski Archie Ruel Susan R. Rumanoff Joann Ryan Mary Jane Ryan Christopher P. Rynne Kenneth Sachar Walter Sadlon Marie M. Salvalzo Robert N. Samuelson Mark Saukas Felicia Saulino Paula Saunders Denise Schedra Mary Scher Jennifer L. Schiavo Karl Schlechtweg William Schlechtweg Carl Schmid Charles Schroeder Jason E. Schuld Robert Schultz Nancy Schumacher Janet C. Schupp Emma Scialis John Scollan Geraldine Sears Susan See 56 University oj Nov Haven Loyal donors of jive consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. Dawn M. Seipold Marie T. Tiberio Stephen Zieminski Rosa Mo Wasyl Sembrat Jennifer Tise Edward Zolkiewicz George Moses Ralph Serzo Harold T. Toland P. Penny Pecka Jeffrey Shanley John Shea Evelyn B. Tolifero-Higgenbotham Mark Tomcho FACULTY/STAFF Dr. Michael Rossi Joanne E. Roy Thomas R Shea Ruth M. Tonks GATEHOUSE CLUB Dr. Allen L. Sack Liane Sheehan Cadman Marilyn Torre Dr. Henry C. Lee Thomas J. Sapienza '07 George R. Sheehy S. Torres Dr. Richard H.Ward Dr. Gordon Sitnerson Carolinda Simoes-Velt John A. Tracewski Dr. Frederick Smith Ron Simon Nathan Trier FOUNDER'S CLUB Jessica M. Smith James R Sinclair Susan M. Trippi Dr. Stevett H. Kaplan and Thomas Snider Dorothy Siniscalchi Miguelina D. Trujillo Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan GayleTagUatela'Ol Marie J. Siniscalchi Tom Tucciarone George Synodi andjoye JillZamparo '01 Peter Sirakowski Jerry J. Turececk Wegryn-Synodi Pam Sitomer Barbara Turecek Dr. William L. Tafoya ASSOCIATE Nancy Skinner Leslie Twyner DEAN'S CLUB Peter and Sandra Abbagnaro '98 Arthur L. Smith Andrzet Tymowski l^tmV J VLWD Michaela H. Apotrias Claudia Smith JeffA.Uh-eich William M. Leete, Jr. Frederic Baker George W. Smith Stanley Urban Rick Tuchman Dr. Carl Barratt Kathleen O. Smith M.J. Usseglio CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Greg and Joy Bartholomew Laura Smith Clara Valente r)dl*y) •■/]/• ^/lin Dr. Gregory P. Broderick Philip E Smith Marcia S. Vallente Dr. David P. Dauwalder Maureen E. Chase Michael Smitsky Jean Vallez Dr. Barry Farbrother Arthur Goon Charles N. Coleman Albert Smoczynski Richard Varriale Alexis Coubrough Margaret A. Smyth Anja R. Vaughan Dr. Richard Highfield Pauline Hill and Dennis Blader Dr. LawraiceJ. DeNardis Mary D. Smyth Richard Vaughan Daniel and Katherine Helen Sobolewski Steven Soprano Anna Vecchio JohnR.Velky Jacqueline Koral Caroline Koziatek '92 DePodesta '72 Dr. James W. Dull Sorrentino Tiles Mario Verdillo Dr. M. I. McLaughlin John R. Mitchell '83 and Judith A. Mitchell Dennis L Nostrand Benedykt S. Dyczkowski '97 Diana Sousa David S. Spano Richard Verdillo Florindo F. Vieira Brad Garber Dr. Ali M. Golbazi Mark P. Sparano Maria Vilone Jane Gordon Francis Squeglia Shye St. Germaine Mark K. St. Mary Antonietta Viscuso Melissa A. Waldman BiUWaldron Dr. Ronald Nowaczyk Martin J. O'Connor '76 Julia Parker Juli C. Roebuck Jane C. Sangeloty Timothy R. Stanton Marcus A. Hanscom '06 Andrea Hogan Silvia I. Hyde Lucille Stanievflcz Barbara M. Walker Elizabeth Johnston- Zdzislaw Staskiewicz Maureen Staunton Shirley Stephson Charlotte R Wallace Bryan Walsh Stephen H.Ward O'Connor, Ph.D. EUzabeth A. Lew Alick Letang Robert Stich Thomas Ward BENEFACTOR Dr. Linda R. Martin Edward Stopa Irene Wasikowski Raphael ]. Cerrato Robert E. Massicotte, Jr. '89 Ellen M. Stratton Estelle Weber Georgia Chavent Mary J. Miller '82 Francie Stratton Hugh Werner Scott P. Davis Dr M. AU A. Montazer Gerald Stratton Ann B. White Hanko H. Dobi Dr. Christie Boronico Theresa P. Stuber Ronald Whittaby Paul C. Falcone '83 Dr. Michael and Donna Morris Robert J. Suhr Andrea Wiener Rebecca Johnson Abbas Nadim Ann E. SuUivan Antoinette Sullivan John Wierzbicki Anna V. Wilczynski Timothy M. Pabnbach '82 Peter C. Rossomando John and Michele Norman Dr. John J. Phelan Jon J. Sullivan Evangela Williams Patrick M. Torre Carl and Mary Pitruzzello Antonietta Suppa Steven N. Williams Susati Zawuchi Jennifer W. Pjatak Diane Bell Surprenant Richard B. Willmott \jw*^*^'9 *— pi** rr *»%'»v» Dr. Robert M. Rainish Dennise M. Svenson Craig Wilson PATRON Dr. Subroto Roy lames A. Sweeney Matthew Wilson Dr. Jerry Allen Marion H. Sachdeva Sherri Swinkin Steve Winters Richard J. DeMusis '70 Dr. John Sarris Bonnie A. Symansky Anna B. Woloszyn Brendan J. Faherty Dr. Pauline M. Schwartz Sandra Syombathy Francis Wysocki Dr. Mario T. Gaboury Lisa M, Scranton Peter Szewczyk Craig Yerkes Denise Golde Carol A Skalko Bernice Taddei Stan Zacharkow Scott F. James Edmund N. Todd Debora Taylor John Zanowiak Dr Ira H. Kleinfeld Dr. Charles L. Vigue Ron and Peggy Villani Dr. Henry E. Voegeli Lucy Wendland Christine M. Zuchinsky '07 Linda I. TerrUl Zulma Zayas Michael Lawlor Christine Thiaville Antoni Zbikowski Karen and Don Ludington John C. Thomas Joan M. Tiberio Craig Zendzian Stanislaw Zielinski Christopher L. Lukowski Vincent P. Mangiacapra 37 CONTRIBUTOR Maureen Aceto Sally Anastos Arleen Anderson Gail P. Berardesca '96 Martin Birks Stephan D. Brown, Jr. '99 Janet Buckley Anna Chen Dr. Michael CoUura Linda Copney-Okeke '94 Ellen N. Criscuolo Kathryn and Paul Cuozzo Dr. Peter J. Desio EwaDuI Deborah Everhart Maria Feideta Robert J. Ference '76 Grazyna Gwiazda Norma A. Hollender-Celico '06 Sarin Iliescu '92 Dr. AH Jafarian Dr. Michael Kaloyanides Virginia D. Klump Melissa A. Laskowski '05 Vincent Lugo '09 Dr. Eddie D. Luzik, Jr. Carole McClellan '07 Matthew McCuUough Nathaniel K. McMullin James Monalian '68 Linda Morris Paula Mortali Paulette A. Moye Marya Neary Heather Pegnatero Marianne Petrillo Kathy and Dave Pittman Susan L. Pranulis ^ Dr. Steven Raucher __ Gilbert Rogers > Dr. David E. Sloane ~ Monica L. Sutcliffe ^ Susan K. Tall '06 ■- Barbara Tomaso c Wanda Tyler ^ Dr. Kamal P. Upadhyaya a Dr. Jack Werhlow c Dr. Thurmon Whitley ^ Dr. Brenda R. Williams ^ Michael Wnek ludith Yale ^ GIFTS IN HONOR z 2- In Honor of Henry Lee < for the An Fu Lee Endowed ^ Scholarship o Dr. Steven H. Kaplan and <=■ Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan y In Honor of Virginia Smith c I. Thomas Failla ^ Niles F. Forader MEMORIAL GIFTS In Memory of James Q. Bensen Barbara Brainard John C. Chapman Keegan V. Day John P. Jones Gerald J. Kirwin Helen R. Mertens Bettie Anne G. Osborne Bonnie Pierie Lorraine W. Pratt Laura J. Reid Lorraine Stigle Stone In Memory of Roland M. Bixler Shirley W. Carey Hanko H. Dobi Frank Kenna Daniel Kops Nancy Kops Herbert H. Pearce In Memory of Joseph Cassella Cathy A. Briggs In Memory of Rick Eaton Kerry and Brian J. Eaton Susan and Joshua S. Eaton Terri Conti and Cynthia Eaton In Memory of Robert Edson-Golden Charger E. Robert Edson In Memory of a Great Friend and Colleague Dennis R. '81 and Donna McGough In Memory of John C. Martin Carol Johnson Bald United Aluminum Corporation AnnB.V^ite In Memory of David Massey and Robert McDonald Karen and Don Ludington In Memory of Dr. David Morris Mark L. and Francesca CeccoruUi Goodrich Corporation Abbas Nadim In Memory of Daniel O'Keefe Teresa A. Delvecchio Kathleen A. Devlin Ann C. O'Keefe John O'Keefe Matthew B. O'Keefe In Memory of Maryanne Romanytch Angela Schutz In Memory of Evelyn Sherwood Bruce F. Carmichael Patrick J. Clifford Richard M. DeCrostra Hanko H. Dobi Larry Edwards Forensic Science Department - UNH Mitchell R. Goldblatt Denise Golde Robert B. Hodsdon Edward P. Hornyak David L. Hyde Silvia L Hyde Doris F. Knight Carole McClellan Alien W. Morrison Craig Zendzian In Memory of Robert F. Wilson Lawrence J. DeNardis Mary Lou DeNardis Michael C. Forte John Aaron Frey Richard R. Gleeton Marilyn C. Hanna Bertha P. Hellendrung Karen Hellendrung Jacqueline M. Kane David R. Korczykowski Mary B. LaVoie Harold G. Michel Mary Ann M. Payne Robert M. Picozzi Martin D. Roach Don H. Schoessler Charlotte R Wallace CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS CORNERSTONE CLUB Louis F. & Mary A. Tagliatela Foundation PLATINUM CLUB The Bartels Trust Excelsior! Foundation UNIVERSITY CLUB Dimeo Construction Company Office Max Petra Construction Corporation Tlie Echlin Foundation Turn The Corner Foundation William Blair & Company, LLC Wintek Corporation GATEHOUSE CLUB Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of New England Estate of James H. Shattuck Follett College Stores Healdi Net of NorthEast, Incorporated Henry Nias Foundation Incorporated Middlesex County Community Foundation Incorporated My Sports Dreams, LLC Sodexo Incorporated United Technologies Corporation WBA Group FOUNDER'S CLUB Community Foundation for Greater New Haven Dattco, Incorporated Fidelity Investments Milford Bank National Athletic Alliance, Incorporated R. & W. Family Foundation Incorporated The Jessica N. Santos Foundation Troy Corporation Valley Community Foundation Wiggin & Dana DEAN'S CLUB Aldo DeDominicis Foundation Incorporated Alinabal Incorporated Bismark Construction Company Bristol-Myers Squibb Company CAO Group, Incorporated Center for International Studies Chubb and Son, Incorporated City Point Construction Falcone Law Firm, LLC Fountainhead Property Management Gallagher Benefit Services Incorporated George Ellis Company I.C.E. Business Office Account Northside Development Company Otis Elevator Pricewaterhouse Coopers Purest Colloids Incorporated Quest Builders Group Incorporated Sasaki Associates Incorporated United Technologies Corporation Wachovia Bank NA z-Medica Corporation CHAIRMAN'S CLUB Barker Specialty Company C. A. White, Incorporated Comprehensive Orthopaedics & Musculoskeletal Care 58 University oj New Haven Loyal donors ojjivc consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. .PARENT Mother of Erin Ennis '1 0, Chemistry and Forensic Science. Erin is assista the Charger Bulletin, and a member of the Honors College, the 5-6-7-8- Dance Team, the Gaming Club and the Forensic Science and Chemistry Club. Laura Ennis has contributed to the University's Annual Fund, the Building Fund for the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, and the David A. Beckerman Recreation Center. Wliat Motivates: Family is very important to me. I have tried to raise Erin to be a good person, hoping to instill in her the same life lessons that I had: to give, to volunteer. There's always someone out there who has a little bit more going on in their lives than in ours. My daughter was a great person when she began at UNH, and she is a better person for having *■ been there for four years. It's an excellent school. What Matters: Erin was born with a displaced hip. We brought her to Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, and when we saw what other children were suffering with, we were so thankful for what we had. We had to go quite frequently, and several times over that period I said to myself, "when I have the opportunity to make a difference, I will." Why She Helps: Because Erin chose the Forensic Science program at the University of New Haven, I felt in my heart that giving to UNH would provide for other students who don't have so much. When UNH enhances itself, it has the opportunity to enhance the lives of its students. In turn, those students will give back to someone else, and the cycle will continue. k' 5 f Cooper Smith Marketing Coming Incorporated Foundation Edge Technology Services Incorporated Finlay Brothers Printing Glen Gate Company Goodrich Corporation Howard Bayne Foundation Hubbell Incorporated International Business Machines Incorporated Jovin Industries Incorporated Leaden Associates Incorporated Liberty Mutual Mass Mutual Financial Group Merck & Company Incorporated Murphy Security Services On-Line Electric Incorporated Pepperidge Farm, Incorporated Pfizer Incorporated Pitney Bowes Incorporated Robert Dilullo, CPA LLC Stone Quest NY, Incorporated The Bode Technology Group The Ellis Fund The Soccer Guy LLC UBS UHY Advisors Vlock Family Foundation Wachovia Corporation Young Laboratories, Incorporated BENEFACTOR 39 Street Productions Aetna, Incorporated AT&T Bollinger Incorporated Bones Clones, Incorporated C. White & Son Incorporated Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants Covidien Dominion Foundation Duffy's Tavern Eastern Connecticut Regional Education Service Center Exxon Mobil Foundation Field Safety Corporation Frank Esposito and Son Cleaning Service LLC Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority Human Resource Association of Greater New Haven Metropolitan Development Nestie Holdings Incorporated Northeast Utilities Prometheus Books Qiagen Roder Evidence Consulting, LLC St. Paul Travelers Foundation The Nicholas Rossomando Memorial Scholarship Fund Walt Disney Company PATRON Ale House Partners LLC Assure America Corporation Bank of America Corporation Bank of New York Mellon Branford Chamber of Commerce D. Dempsey Special EDAX General Electric Company/ GE Foundation Irish American Community Center Lockheed Martin Corporation Markle Investigations MUford Markets, Incorporated New York Life Insurance Company OUn Corporation Panoscan Promega Corporation Quantronbc Incorporated Schwab Charitable Fund Shell Oil Company Foundation South Central Premier Incorporated Tee-lay Corporation The Hartford Financial Services Group, Incorporated United Parcel Service of America, Incorporated United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut Verizon Foundation ASSOCIATE 3M Abbott Laboratories Advantage Maintenance Incorporated Air Products and Chemicals Incorporated Amano USA American Electric Power American Russians Citizen Club Amgen, Incorporated Back Care Centers LLC Benevento Soccer Association Incorporated Blakeslee Prestress Incorporated Blanchette Sporting Goods Blum Shapiro Cappettas Italian Imports Charms Security Hardware, Incorporated Chevron Corporation Connecticut Presort Custom Grounds, LLC CVS Pharmacy, Incorporated Dadds Extreme Indoor Sports Delucia Home Improvements, LLC Deric J. Currie, State Farm Agency Eastern Enterprises/Eastern Sports Eastern Land Management, Incorporated Elm City Overhead Door, LLC Emerson Electric Company Emmett's Auto Service, Incorporated EMS Management LLC EMSAR Exelon Nuclear Corporation Farmington Burgers, LLC Federico & Sette, PC. Forensic Science Department - UNH Frederick A. DeLuca t'outidatioii Incorporated Gartner Group, Incorporated Group Insurance Associates Henkel Corporation Honeywell Fire Group Ingenium Business Solutions, Incorporated Johnson & Johnson Lenders & Fleet Services Incorporated Madison Chrysler Incorporated Marcucio Gardens, LLC Mar-Len Printing & Mailing Merrill Lynch & Company Incorporated Moen Incorporated Montesi Motors Incorporated New Alliance Bank New Haven Gridiron Club NRG Energy Incorporated P & M Fine Foods & Deli, Incorporated PepsiCo, Incorporated Plainfield Asset Management LLC Porky's Cafe Primo Plumbing and Heating Incorporated Providence Specialty Products Incorporated PSEG Quik Lube Incorporated DBA Mechanix Autoworks R.C. Bigelow, Incorporated R.S.S. Enterprises, LLC Reno's Pizza LLC Roberto Taylor Agency Robinson Tape & Label Incorporated Roly Poly New Haven LLC Savin Court Associates, LLC Seacrest Nursing and Retirement Center Soccer Tikes, LLC Strictiy Softball Tadco, Incorporated Taylor Rental Center The Guilford Mooring LLC The Travelers Toscana Incorporated TW Promotions Incorporated Unilever United States, Incorporated United Illuminating UPSEU Local 1222 Village Signs Wallingford Optical Walt-The-Mad, LLC West Haven Professional Firefighters West Haven Youth Soccer League, Incorporated William B. Meyer, Incorporated Winkle Bus Company XL America Incorporated CONTRIBUTOR A & S Insurance LLC Aberdeen-Matawan Family Dentistry Ansonia Rod & Gim Club, Incorporated Automatic Data Processing, Incorporated Becton Dickinson and Company Bowers Rehabilitation Services Brentmore Advisors, LLC Carpenos Chiropractic Center, PC. Clinton Steel Comapny, LLC Columbus Auto Body Works Constellation Energy Group Corporate Network Technology LLC Cross Winds Farm Cusano Catering by Maria Delaware Storm 18U Die-Boards, Incorporated Energizer Farrell Company Future Stars Sports Enterprises, LLC GlaxoSmithKline Foundation High Grade Gas Service Incorporated The I. P. Morgan Chase Foimdation Johnson Controls Incorporated Kraft Foods, Incorporated Long Island Laminates, Incorporated Medtronic Incorporated Muthersbaugh Chiropractic, Incorporated North East Data Systems Incorporated People's United Bank Pine Rock Auto Sales Incorporated Polish National Alliance 513 Proctor & Gamble Company PTK Quik Stop Quality Fitness Services Replay Records Rockbestos Company, Incorporated Rome Fastener Corporation Seybridge Chiropractic Center Sound Bay General Contractors Incorporated St. Anthonys Club 60 (JnivtTsiry oj New Haven Loyal donors of five consecutive years or more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. The Stanley Works Hubbell Incorporated Thomas P. Benincas, Jr. '73 - Lorenzo's Starbucks Corporation International Business Machines New England Photo Raymond J. Margiano '69 and Studio Eile, LLC J.R Morgan Chase Foundation BIC Corporation Angela Margiano The Boeing Company Johnson & Johnson Big Wave Event Productions Mashantucket Pequot Museum The Dolin Insurance Center, LLC Johnson Controls Incorporated Boston Red Sox and Research Center Thomas McDonnell Remodeling Kraft Foods Bridgeport Bluefish Metaleyelash Art & Home Repair LLC Lockheed Martin Bridgeport Sound Tigers Mohawk Mountain Thomson Reuters Tax Mass Mutual Financial Group Captain's Galley Craig Mortali '84 & Accounting Medtronic Incorporated Carmen Anthony Restaurant Mountain View Grand Spa Tuzza Electric Incorporated Merck & Company Incorporated Group and Resort Tyco International Merrill Lynch & Company Frank '79 and Patricia Mystic Aquarium & Institute Union Cleaners & Laundry Incorporated Camdiha for Exploration Incorporated Moen Incorporated Chase Bank Mystic Seaport United Aluminum Corporation New Alliance Bank William '70 and Carolyn New Britain Museum of United Technologies Corporation New York Life Insurance Company Chowanec American Art Annmarie Wallace Northeast Utilities Thomas E. Ciotti '84 and New Britain Rock Cats Wells Fargo NRG Energy Incorporated Ruthanne Ciotti New England Air Museum Xerox Corporation Olin Corporation Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New England Beverage People's United Bank New England New Jersey Devils PepsiCo, Incorporated Connecticut Children's Museum New York City Ballet MATCHING GIFT Pfizer Incorporated Connecticut Defenders New York Giants COMPANIES Pitney Bowes Incorporated Connecticut Science Center New York Jets Plainfield Asset Management LLC Connecticut Sun Oak Lane Country Club To see if your gift is eligible PricewaterhouseCoopers Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo Patrick O'Brien '66 for a match from your employer Proctor & Gamble Company Crone Jewels Olive Garden please visit: PSEG Gene and Jerry Jones Family Outback Steakhouse www. matchinggifts. com/newhaven Rockbestos Company, Dallas Cowboys Charity Pats Peak Incorporated Joseph '04 and Laura Danao Peabody Museum of 3M Shell Oil Company Foundation Dangerfield's Natural History Abbott Laboratories St. Paul Travelers Foundation Dr. David and Marty Dauwalder Dr. Nicholas V. Perricone '70 Aetna, Incorporated The Stanley Works Representative Rosa DeLauro Pilot Corporation of America Air Products and Chemicals Starbucks Corporation Dell, Incorporated Pottery Plus Incorporated Thomson Reuters Tax & Eder Brothers, Incorporated Quassy Amusement Park American Electric Power Accounting Eli's on Whitney R.C. Bigelow, Incorporated Amgen, Incorporated Troy Corporation Enson's Gentlemen's Fashion Ragg's Fashion AT&T Tyco International Garde Arts Center Governor M. Jodi Rell Bank of America Corporation UBS Gouveia Vineyards Residence Inn by Marriott Bank of New York Mellon Unilever United States, Green Bay Packers Salon Lui Becton Dickinson and Company Incorporated Green Mountain Coftee Sam's Club The Boeing Company L'nited Illuminating Roasters, Incorporated Savin Rock Roasting Company Bristol-Myers Squibb Company United Parcel Service of America Hampton Inn and Suites Michael '85 and Deborah Chevron Corporation United Teclmologies Corporation Harry's Wine and Liquor Serphillips'85,'91 Chubb and Son, Incorporated Verizon Michael J. Hartnett, Ph.D. Seven Angels Theatre Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Wachovia Bank NA Aaron Haviland '97 Seychelles of New England The Walt Disney Company Hilton Garden Inn in Milford Shore Line Trolley Museum Corning Incorporated Foundation Wells Fargo Holiday Inn in North Haven Shubert Theatre Covidien Xerox Corporation Idiom Boutique Six Flags New England Dominion Foundation XL America Incorporated IKEA Ski Sundown Emerson Electric Company International Festival of Arts Tony Sparano '84 and EMSAR and Ideas Jeanette Sparano Energizer DONATIONS TO Interstate Navigation Company Sports Haven Exelon Nuclear Corporation Exxon Mobil Foundation SCHOLARSHIP John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Starbucks Coffee, Orange CT Starbucks Coffee, North Haven CT Farrell Company BALL AUCTION Julia's Bakery Stop and Shop Fidelity Investments A Healing Touch Massage June Glaude Subway FoUett College Stores & Wellness, LLC Dr. Steven H. Kaplan and Susan Saint James Gartner Group, Incorporated Sandy Abbagnaro '98 Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan Patricia B. Sweet '79 General Electric Foundation Amadeus Center for Health Kaplan Test Prep Saybrook Point Inn & Spa GlaxoSmithKline Foundation & Healing Lake of Isles T.G.I. Friday's Goodrich Corporation Mary and T. Kirkham Barneby Dr. Henry C. and Margaret Lee Texas Roadhouse The Hartford Financial Baseball Hall of Fame Robert M. lee '78 and The Maritime Aquarium and Services Group and Museum Linda W. Lee '88 Stepping Stones Museum Henkel Corporation Bear & Grill Restaurant & Bar Long Wharf Theatre for Children 61 The Study at Yale Joann Thompson TIMEX Corporation Toad's Place, Brian Phelps 76 Town Fair Tires Trader Joe's Travelers Championship Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway Turk's Ultimate Physique Personal Training UNH Alumni Association UNH Athletics Department UNH Bookstore RonaldT. Urquhart '81 Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art Water's Edge Resort & Spa Doug D. Watts '67 and Melba Watts Wave Gallery Webster Bank White Space Gallery Woodlawn Duckpin Bowling Yale Repertory Theatre ESTATE GIETS Estate of Theodore Adams Estate of Robert E. Bird Estate of James Q. Bensen Estate of James H. Shattuck ENDOWED FUNDS Theodore D. and Libby Adams Endowed Scholarship Alumni Association Scholarship The Alvine Legacy Endowed Scholarship Amity Charitable Trust Fund The John J. Armstrong Endowed Scholarship Edmund M. Autuori Endowed Fund Robert D. Bajorin Memorial Scholarship The Barn Sale Scholarship Fund The Carl Bauer Memorial Scholarship Fund Bayer Corporation Endowed Scholarship The Steven R. Beadle Endowed Scholarship The Beckert Family Endowed Scholarship The Carolyn Bell Endowed Scholarship The Carmel Benevento Memorial Scholarship Samuel S. Bergami, Jr. and Lois E. Bergami Endowed Scholarship Kenneth W. and Joan Biermacher Family Endowed Scholarship Roland M. and Margaret T. Bixler Scholarship Fund The Marjorie and Norman Botwinik Fund for Excellence Bozzuto's Charity Sports Classic Scholarship Fund Geraldine Hughes Brekke and Gail L. Brekke Endowed Scholarship Clarice L. Buckman Scholarship Fund Gerald O. Cavallo-Special Metals Company Endowed Scholarship The Nathan D. Crowell Endowed Scholarship Coca-Cola Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund Connecticut Student Loan Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund C. Cowles & Company Endowed Scholarship Fund Aldo DeDominicis Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund Dr. Lawrence J. and Mary Lou DeNardis Endowed Scholarship Fund William L. DeSenti Scholarship Fund The Dr. Caroline A. Dinegar Memorial Scholarship Fund Robert B. Dodds Scholarship The William B. Dragan Endowed Scholarship Clarence Dunham Scholarship Fund The Richard Eaton, Sr. Endowed Memorial Scholarship John E. and Beryl Echlin Scholarship Robert E. W. Eisele Fine Arts Scholarship Lynn W. Ellis Endowed Scholarship Fund Ernst and Young Endowed Scholarship Fund David Fatek Memorial Fellowship Fund The Robert and Linda Fiscus Endowed Scholarship Fund David Travis Friedrich Endowed Scholarship Fund Murray and Shirley Gerber Endowed Scholarship Fund James Jacob Gerowin Memorial Scholarship Fund Marian Jean Giusto Endowed Scholarship for Criminal Justice The Richard Grossi Endowed Scholarship Wilfred Harricharan Endowment Fund The Hartnett Endowed Scholarship Dr. John Hatfield Memorial Scholarship Fund John Hatfield Scholar Program The Margaret E. Healy Endowed Scholarship WiUiam Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund The David Hennessey Memorial Scholarship Fund The Robert Henrickson Endowed Scholarship Hershey-Frey Scholarship Fund Mrs. Yeh Ko, Hsien-Tao Endowed Scholarship Honeywell Life Safety Fire Science Endowed Scholarship Paul Kane Scholarship Fund Nathaniel Kaplan Memorial Scholarship Phillip Kaplan Endowed Scholarship Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial Fund An Fu Wang Lee Endowed Scholarship Henry C. Lee Forensic Science Endowed Scholarship Fund The Marietta and Leighton Lee, II Memorial Scholarship Ahmed R. Mandour Memorial Scholarship Fund The Ellis C. Maxcy Endowed Scholarship Edward McCormack Endowed Scholarship for Sports Management James R. McCormack Memorial Scholarship William J. and Virginia S. McCurdy Scholarship Fund McGough Family Endowed Scholarship The McGough Psychology Research Award Minority Scholarship Fund Arthur H. Moulton Distinguished Scholar Award The New Haven Wives of the Rotarians Endowed Scholarship Fund The Joseph O'Dowd Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund The Linda and Jim Olbrys Endowed Scholarship The Daniel C. O'Keefe Endowed Scholarship Fund The Endowed Parents Fund The Virginia Parker Scholarship H. Pearce Family & Friends Endowed Scholarship The Marvin K. Peterson Scholarship Reid Endowed Achievement Scholarship Award The Eugene and Mary Rosazza Scholarship Fund Ryan-Foster Scholarship Fund The Jessica N. Santos Memorial Scholarship The Ernest F. Schaub Endowed Scholarship Fund Douglas D. Schumann Distinguished Scholarship Award The UNH September 1 1th Scholarship Fund William A. Simons Endowed Scholarship Lester and Mary-GaU Smith Endowed Scholarship Helen Jackson (Michaels) Sneed Endowed Scholarship Fund The Louis & Mary Tagliatela Endowed Scholarship Eat Healthy, Promote Wellness: The Tichy Legacy Endowed Scholarship for Nutrition Edward F. Tichy Memorial Scholarship Betty Lorello Treadwell Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund UHY Scholarship The Rubin W. Vine and Friends Veterans Endowed Scholarship The Vincent C. Wachter Endowed Scholarship Dick and Michelle Ward Endowed Scholarship Dorothy S. Weiss Endowed Scholarship Fund The West Haven Scholarship Fund The Robert F. Wilson Endowed Scholarship The World Journal Endowed Scholarship The Dr. Frank R. Yulo Endowed Scholarship Angela Zappia and Philip Batchelor Endowed Scholarship Award 62 University oj New Haven Loyal donors of five consecume years of more are indicated in bold italic gold copy. ELLIS C. MAXCY HERITAGE SOCIETY MEMBERS AUana R. Adams '85 Theodore R. Adams '73 William R. Adams '68 Paul Alpert '79 Robert Ah'ine Florence Banca Peter A. Banca '87 Henry E. and Nancy H. Bartels Philip H. and Susan Bartels Enoch Beltz '68 Joan M. Bene\'ento '87 John E. Bene\'ento '68 Estate of James Q. Bensen Samuel S. Bergami, Jr. '85 Margaret T. Bixler '82 Roland M. Bixler '78 Marjorie R. Botwinik Estate of Norman Botwinik James J. Boyle '64 Ross Bray '69 Ralf E. and Nancy Carriuolo W. McMaster Clarke '63 Robert J. Cole '60 Daniel P. Cosgrove Charles E. Crowley, Jr. '81 Estate of Josephine S. Crump Gerald R Dandrow '82 Henri M.David, Jr. '73 Estate of Joseph Deleeuw Stella K. DeMayo William S. DeMayo Anna Deming John N. Deming '52 Laurence J. and Mary Lou DeNardis James E. Diehl, Esq. '76 Isabella E. Dodds Edward J. Drew, Jr. '75 Edward J. Drew, Sr. '82 Orest T. Dubno '68 Agnes D. Duva '74 Robert E.W.Eisele Frederick W. Farnsworth '79 Robert L. Fiscus, CPA John Aaron Frey '44 and Mildred Frey John R. Gehring '52 and Leona Gehring Murray A. Gerber '79 and Shirley Gerber Edward Glater Ruth Glater Robert Af. Gordon Juan B. Haydu '79 Robert C. Henrickson '41 Ira G. Hubbell '50 Mildred W.Hull Donald J. Ibsen Lisa M. lodice '89 Deborah A. Johnson '93 Thomas A. Johnson John E. Judd '59 Phillip Kaplan Vivian J. Kaplan '80 M. Jerry Kenig Kwahng S. Kim '94 Ira H. Kleinfeld Daniel Kops, Sr. Nancy Kops Jacqueline Koral and KurtKoral Karl H. Kulisch '95 Ross M. Lanius '85 Roy L. Larsen '66 Henry C. Lee and Margaret Lee William M. Leete, Jr. Ann Lyons Robert J. and Nancy Lyons, Sr. Joel H. Marks Linda R. Martin Edward E. Maxcy Ellis C. Maxcy Virginia S. McCurdy Dennis R. McGough '81 and Donna McGough J. M. McHugh Al /.. Mclaughlin James N. Mohs '75 Alexander W. Nicholson, Jr. '65 and Karen Nicholson Peter J. Nieves '94 Patricia M. Nowicki '65 Russell D. Offenbach '65 Chris-Philip Onofrio '76 Beata E. Orson '95 Helen R. Pantuso '80 Philip Paolella Herbert H. Pearce Robert E Polito, Jr. '98 Hans C. Rasmussen '85 Burton R Reed '33 Thomas C. '89 and Trina Reynolds Daniel Riccio, Jr. '75 Frederic M. Richards James H. Shattuck George W. Sicaras '72 Daniel M. Smith Leon Talalay Mark R. Trojanowski '80 Cheever Tyler James W Uebelacker Ronald T.Urquhart '81 Frank A. Warner '62 Estate of Helen J. Warner Louis S.Weady '80 Walter E Wehner '63 Estate of Alice Wehner Robert E Wilson I ELLIS C. MAXCY HERITAGE SOCIETY The Ellis C. Maxcy Heritage Society is named for UNH's first President. Honored for his outstanding contributions to the University, Dr. Maxcy led New Haven College from 1932-1 937. With his foresight and steady counsel spanning 48 years of service, the University established the foundation for its present level of excellence and achievement. By becoming a member of the Ellis C. Maxcy Heritage Society and remembering the University through your will or estate plan, you are investing in the future of the University of New Haven. You open the doors of opportunity to promising students and provide an enduring legacy. How to Become a Maxcy Heritage Society Member You may become a member by: Naming the University as beneficiary in your will, trust or life insurance policy. Establishing a life income arrangement, such as a charitable remainder trust or gift annuity. These gift plans provide an income stream for life and ultimately benefit the University. Making UNH a beneficiary of your IRA. Gift Opportunities Many planned gifts allow you to creatively achieve your philanthropic and financial goals. Your planned gift to the University of New Haven could: Increase your lifetime income. Provide for family members. Unlock appreciated assets to produce greater annual income without being penalized by capital gains. Eliminate or reduce your tax burden. Make a generous gift to UNH. Privileges of Membership Once you become a member of the Ellis C. Maxcy Heritage Society, you will enjoy benefits that include: Special listings in University of New Haven publications. An annual reception with other members of the Society. Invitations to special events and academic seminars. Knowing that you have provided for future generations of deserving UNH students. Please contact Timothy Stanton at 203-932-7285 I or firstname.lastname@example.org: If you have already included UNH in your will or estate plan, so we may thank and formally recognize you as a Maxcy Heritage Society member. If you would like to discuss joining the Society and exploring various giving strategies that may fit your particular circumstance. 63 University of New Haven BOARD OF GOVERNORS Samuel S. Bergami, Jr. '85 E.M.B.A. Chairman of the Board Philip H. Bartels Vice Chairman of the Board Mary J. Barneby Kenneth W. Biermacher '76 B.S. Gail L. Brekke William L. Bucknall, Jr. '63 A.S., '65 B.S. Frank P. Carrubba '69 B.S., '79 M.S. Wmiam J. Chowanec '70 B.S. K. Oni Chukwu '94 M.B.A. Ralph F. DellaCamera, Jr. '75 B.S. Dr. Richard J. Deslauriers '90 B.S. Heidi S. Douglas '82 M.S. Rosa M. Gatti Jeffery R Hazell '83 B.S. Robert M. Lee '78 B.S. Thomas K. Lewis, Jr. '74 B.S., '76 M.S. Raymond J. Margiano, Jr. '69 B.S. Patrick G. O'Brien '66 B.S. Ernest F. Schaub '72 B.S. Janice K. Sussman '83 E.M.B.A. Patricia B. Sweet '79 E.M.B.A. Stephen P. Tagliatela Samuel E. Thurston '66 B.S. Michael W. Toner '82 E.M.B.A. Douglas D. Watts '67 B.S. Rolan J. Young z - EMERITUS BOARD o Robert Alvine u. Henry E. Bartels c Isabella E. Dodds - Orest T. Dubno '64 A.S., '68 B.S., '75 M.P.A. o John E. Echlin, Jr. '80 E.M.B.A. - John Aaron Frey '44 A.S. 2 Robert M. Gordon _J Jean M. Handley < Henry C. Lee z> Mark S. Levy z z Robert J. Lyons, Sr. < Herbert H. Pearce o* Charles E. Pompea '71 B.S., '90 E.M.B.A. o M. Wallace Rubin o Francis A. Schneiders '54 A.S. 00 R. C. Taylor III O o R. William Vine 64 University of New Haven OFFICERS Steven H. Kaplan President David P. Dauwalder Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Arthur D. Goon Vice President for Student Success Caroline V. Koziatek Associate Vice President for Human Resources R. Thomas Snider, Jr. Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management George S. Synodi Vice President for Finance Richard J. Tuchman Vice President for University Advancement DEANS Barry J. Farbrother The Tagliatela College of Engineering Richard A. Highfield The College of Business Ronald H. Nowaczyk The College of Arts and Sciences Richard H.Ward The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences Rebecca D. Johnson Associate Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Ira H. Kleinfeld Associate Provost for Graduate Studies, Research and Faadty Development; Interim Dean, University College Please visit www.newhaven.edu A LASTING LEGACY Couple's Gift Reflects the Past, Significantly Aflects the Future "UNH is one of several institutions that are very dear 5> to me. Tom Reynolds Tom Reynolds '89 B.S., and Trina Reynolds have taken the long view in their approach to institutional giving. As a member of the Ellis Maxcy Society at the University of New Haven, Tom has left the University in his will, a gift that will have an impact for years into the future. "For me, the charities I place in my will are a way to leave a legacy," says Tom, the assistant majority leader in the Connecticut House of Representatives and a state representative from the 42nd Assembly District. "UNH is one of several institutions that are very dear to me." UNH seems to run in the family; Tom's brother, John J. Reynolds '87 B.A., is also a UNH grad. Trina supports her husband's allegiance to his alma mater. "We make our giving decisions jointly and UNH had a significant impact on his life. We take advantage of any opportunity we have to give back." For information on making a planned gift, please contact UNH Associate Vice President of Advancement Operations Timothy Stanton at 203.932.7285 or email email@example.com. r^i University of New Haven University Advancement 300 Boston Post Road West Haven, Connecticut 06516 1.800.DIAL.UNH v^rwrw.newhaven.edu ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED Non-profit Org. U.S. postage PA I D University of New Haven MARION SACHDEUA HEAD OF TECHNICAL SERUICES LIBRARY The University of New Haven^s 27th Annual Alumni Scholarship Ball ^Give Locally f Impact Globally' 6 p^m*, Saturday, April 17, 2010 The David A. Beckerman Recreation Center - UNH Main Campus The evenings events include the Distinguished Alumni Awards, dinner, dancing and live music. Also featuring silent and live auctions. Help our students make a difference in our connmunity, our nation and our world. Proceeds benefit the UNH Scholarship Fund. Sponsored by the UNH Alunnni Association. (If you can't attend the Ball, take part in our exciting online auction March 15 - April 5. Donations always welcome!) For more information, visit www.newhaven.edu/scholarshipball2010 or call 203-932-7270.