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Richard Judson Richardson

June 14, 2000

A class act takes his final bow Dick Richardson will never forget the day in 1967 when his 3-year-old daughter Anna looked at him in his flowing black graduation robe and in her big, little-girl imagination saw Batman. “What do … Continued

Rebecca Walker Smith

September 1, 1999

Peers consider Smith unparalleled In her 29 years in the Department of Chemistry, Rebecca Smith saw a lot of changes on campus. She retired last year after working her way up from secretary to department manager. Along the way, her … Continued

Michael Rollan Smith

August 18, 1999

Massey Award: Public service, cornerstone of Smith’s tenure Mike Smith still remembers how impressed he was with one publication he found while writing a paper for the University’s law review. Finding the publication to be clear, informative and useful, Smith … Continued

William Thomas Small

July 14, 1999

Small treasures close ties with students William Small felt the same thrill every time he got a note or a message from one of his students thanking him for the help or advice he’d given them. Small still gets plenty … Continued

Angell Gene Beza

June 16, 1999

Beza honored with Massey Award Angell Beza has worked on countless social science studies, covering topics from crime victimization to the impact of welfare reform. And while Beza’s name doesn’t appear as an author on any of the studies he’s … Continued

Carolyn Bennett Sturgess

September 2, 1998

Sturgess honored for dedicated work, problem solving Call Carolyn Sturgess and odds are you’ll get a polite recording of her voice asking you to leave a message. It’s not that Sturgess, the director of accounting services, refuses to answer her … Continued

Marcia Berger Harris

August 12, 1998

Harris recognized for guiding careers Marcia Harris has received more than her share of professional honors. Most of those honors come from organizations in her field of student placement, which isn’t surprising, really. After all, since Harris became director of … Continued

Carol Doria Nichols

July 15, 1998

Nichols honored for her tireless efforts Carol Nichols has never believed in job descriptions, especially when it comes to being limited by one. “I believe there is no such thing as a job description,” Nichols said. “If something needs to … Continued

Catherine B. Williams

August 13, 1997

Ultimate hostess’ Williams meticulous at pulling off big events The skillful way she pulls off such large-scale events as Commencement and University Day makes each task appear easy. Rest assured, Catherine “Cat” Williams said, her job is not one big … Continued

Rachel Annette Windham

July 16, 1997

Advocacy for all a hallmark of Windham’s 24 years Rachel Windham calls herself a lifelong education student. Throughout her 24-year University career, she has approached each job as a learning experience. She has studied Carolina’s operations from South Building to … Continued