Alumni Quarterly

This Alumni Quarterly Index is current through fall 1999.
An index to ETSU Today is available in the Archives.

Index Key:

" A" following a name means Author,
e.g., Allen, John D. (A): XXXII (Summer 1968), 11.

" A", " O", " S" before a number means alumni, obituary, student,
e.g., Albee, Denny: (A) XLI (Summer 1977), 11.

" P" indicates a photograph.

The number following the entry is the page number.


 
 
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Abernathy, Ralph: XLIX (March 1985), 5, P

Abner, William Ray, '53--commissioned 2nd lieutenant during ETSC's first commissioning ceremony: (A) LVI (Winter 1993): 19

Academic Affairs: XXX (Fall 1965), 7; XLI (Summer 1977), 6; XLVIII (March 1984), 4; XLIX (March 1985), 7

Academic Advisement Program implemented: LX (Fall 1997), 13

Academic ranking: LXI (Spring 1998), 6

Acuff, Nancy Hamblem: XLII (Winter, 1978), 11

Adams, Holly, '87--scholarship endowment for outstanding first-semester junior art majors established in her memory: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14

Adcock, Janice, '77--Secret Service agent accompanying President Jimmy Carter to ETSU: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), p. 9, P

Addington, Mark, '79: named Kingsport, Tenn., police chief: LXII (Fall 1999)

Adebonojo, Dr. Festus O.--new chairman of pediatrics at Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LIII (Winter 1989), 19, P

Adelante Club: XIX (Winter, 1955)

Adigun, B. J.,football player: wins Bob Waters Award in Southern Conference: LXI (Fall 1998), 18

Adler, Sol (A): XXII (Winter 1958)

Administration, Office of: XLVI (December 1981), 4

Administration Building: XIII (Fall 1948); XXVIII (Winter 1964); XXX (Fall 1965), 13, P

Admiralty: XLIX (Fall, 1985), 25

Admission Department: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 30

Admission requirements, changed in accordance with new State Board of Regents policy: LII (Spring 1988), 18

Admissions Advertising Awards competition--ETSU received honors for ten entries in the advertising awards contest: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 19

Admissions and Record, Office of: XLII (Fall 1977), 22

Admissions Marketing Award-- LX (Fall 1997), 13

Adult Protective Service: XLVI (December 1981), 3

Advanced Visualization Laboratory: LXI (Fall 1998), 12; LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Advancement Programs--1996-97 leaders: LIX (fall 1996), 15 [p]

Advisement, Resources and Career (ARC) Center: LXII (Spring 1999), 12

Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature: LVI (Winter 1993), 9

AFG Industries Chair of Excellence in Business and Technology: LI (Spring 1987), 2

AFG Industries Chair of Excellence in Business and Technology, received contribution from Hotel del Coronado Centennial Gala Foundation: LII (Spring 1988), 19, P

AFG Industries Chair of Excellence in Business and Technology: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 5

Ahlgren, Frank: XXII (Spring, 1958), P

AIDS education: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 8

AL Busaidi, Dr. Rawya Saud--Director of coordination and follow-up of academic affairs in the office of the vice chancellor, Sultan Quaboos Univ. & ETSU commencement speaker (Dec. 1990): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 2, P

Albee, Denny, '71: (A) XLI (Summer 1977), 11, P; head of development and creative consultant for Precision Films: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Albee, Edward: XLVI (June 1982), 3

Alexander, P. W.: V (Winter 1940); XXIII (Fall 1958), P; XXVI (Summer 1962), 8, P; XXX (Winter 1966), 12, P; XXXII (Summer 1968), 14, P; (O) XXXIV (Fall 1969), 4, P

Alexander Hall, Philip Wade: XXXIV (Spring, 1970), 15, P

Alfonso, Robert J.: XLVIII (March 1984), 4, P; XLIX (March 1985), 7

Alias Advanced Education Program--comprehensive curriculum-based program that provides students with hands-on experience in real-world production environments: LVII (1994), 6-7

Alias Research Inc.--donated over $1.2 million of advance 3-D computer graphics software, technical support, training, and education materials to ETSU: LVII (1994), 6-7

Alias/Wavefront Worldwide Centers of Excellence--one located at ETSU: LX (spring 1997), 11

"All-America City" designation given for Tri-Cities area: LXII (Fall 1999), 10

Allen, Dr. Charles E.--physician in Johnson City, Tenn.: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 13; XLVI (June 1982), 12; LI (Fall 1987), 19, P

Allen, Jay: XXXIX (Fall, 1974), 10, P scholarship established in his honor, LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Allen, Dr. Jay L. and LeVenia S., Scholarship Endowment: LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Allen, John D., (A): XXXII (Summer 1968), 11, P; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 9, P; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 7; (O) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 31; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14, P

Allen, Ken, '72, MFA '74, master potter: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 10, P

Allen, LeVenia S. (Mrs. Jay): scholarship established in her honor, LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Allen, Ted, '71--killed in Oklahoma City bombing: LIX (fall 1996), 11

Allen and Ruth Harris Chair of Excellence in Business--third endowed chair of excellence at ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 8, P; LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 5

Allison, Fred: XXXIII (Winter, 1969), 7, P

Allison Kraus and Union Station: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14, P

Alpha Delta Pi: XXX (Fall 1965), 18; XXX (Summer 1966), 19

Alpha Kappa Lambda: XXXIX (Winter, 1975), 4

Adopts new national service project, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Alpha Lambda Delta: XXIX (Winter 1965), 12; XLVII (June 1983), 3, 7

Alpha Omega: XIX (Winter 1955)

Alpha Omicron Pi: XXIX (Spring 1965), 14; XXX (Spring 1966), 22

Alpha Phi Alpha--nation's first historical African-American fraternity chartered a branch at ETSU: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14

Alpha Phi Omega: XXX (Winter 1966), 11; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 12

Alpha Xi Delta: XXVII (Fall 1962), 12; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 6

Alsop, Fred J.: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 1, P; XLI (Fall 1976), 8, P

Alsop, Dr. Fred J., III--won regional and national awards for Birds of the Smokies: LVI (Fall 1992), 20

Alspauch, Harold: XXXV (Summer 1971), 21

Alther, Lisa, author: holds Basler Chair of Excellence, LXII (Fall 1999), 10

Alumni Affairs: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 2; XLII (Fall 1977), 5; XLII (Summer 1978), 7; XLIII (Fall 1978), 10; XLV (December 1980), 4

Alumni and University Relations Office, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) awards (1987): LI (Spring 1987), 8; Tri-City Metro Advertising awards (1987): LI Spring 1987), 8; received nine awards for publications, photographs and audio-visual presentations: LII (Spring 1988), 17; received six awards in District III 1989 Communications Awards Competition of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education: LIII (Winter 1989), 19; received national recognition from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education in Washington, D.C. (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 5

Alumni authors: LVIII (Spring 1995), 8-10

Alumni Awards, (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4; (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 21; (1994): LVII (1994), 12-13; (1995): LVIII (Fall 1995), 16-17 (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 12-14

Alumni banquet, (1988): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 12-13, P; (1989): LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 10-11, P; (1994): LVII (1994), 12; (1995): LVIII (Fall 1995), 16-17; (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 14

Alumni Building: XVIII (Spring 1954)

Alumni Club: XXXV (Spring 1971); XXXVI (Summer 1972), 16; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 16; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 11; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 10; XLI (Winter 1977), 12

Alumni Directory: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 14; LVIII (Spring 1995), 21; LVIII (Fall 1995), 26; 1995 edition: LIX (spring 1996), 28

Alumni--household income: LVI (Fall 1992), 11

Alumni members of 95th Tennessee General Assembly: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Alumni Office: XIV (Winter 1950); XLVIII (December 1983), 19

Alumni program--CASE District III award: LX (spring 1997), 14

Alumni Return to the Classroom program: LV (Fall 1991), 5; LVI (Winter 1993), 17; 10th annual: LIX (spring 1996), 29

Alumni scholarship: XXIX (Winter 1965), 5, 26; XXIX (Summer 1965), 8-9; XXX (Summer 1966), 5; XXXI (Summer 1967), 5; XXXII (Summer 1968), 5; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 9; XXXV (Summer 1971), 11; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 13; XL (Winter 1976), 8; XLII (Summer 1978), 3

Alumni Speakers Luncheon (10 May 1996): LIX (spring 1996), 28

Alumni survey--Tennessee Higher Education Commission: LVI (Fall 1992), 19

Alumni Wall of Honor: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 13, P

Alumni weekend, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 12-13, P

American Chemical Society: XXX (Winter 1966), 17.

Amphitheater: I (Fall 1935); I (Winter 1936); I (Spring 1936); V (Fall 1939); XXVII (Summer 1963), 5, P; XXX (Summer 1966), 30, P; XLVI (September 1982), 14; XLVIII (June 1984), 10, P; L (Winter 1986), 14, P

Anatomy department: XLII (Winter 1978), 12; XLV (December 1980), 5; XLVIII (September 1984), 5; XLVIII (December 1984), 11

Anderson, Betty J., '78: alumni award of honor, LXII (Fall 1999), 4, P

Anderson, Eugene D.: XXXVII (Winter, 1973), 10

Anderson, Frank H.: XL (Summer 1976), 10, P; XLIII (Fall 1978), 21, P; XLIII (October 1979), 10; XLVI (June 1982), 12, P

Anderson, Rear Admiral (Ret.) Frank H., '50: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Anderson, Jeff, '83: named associate vice president for University Advancement, LXII (Spring 1999), 15

Anderson, Jim: (S) XXX (Fall, 1965), 10, P

Anderson, John S.: XLIX (March 1985, 1; retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Anderson, Dr. Mary Karen Surber, '77--received alumni association's Award of Honor (1992): (A) LVI (Fall 1992), 21

Anderson, Mildred S.: (A) XXXI (Spring, 1967), 10, P

Anderson, William N.: XLIII (October 1979), 3

Andrews, Jill: LVII (1994), 25

Andrews, Joshua: LVII (1994), 25

Andrews, Kelly, selected as head volleyball coach of the Buccaneers: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 19, P; ETSU volleyball coach: LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Andrews, Susan: LVII (1994), 25

Andrews, Wayne D.-- new chairman of department of technology: LI (Fall 1987), 17, P; named Executive Assistant to ETSU President Dr. Roy S. Nicks: LVII (1994), 24-25; interim vice president for student affairs (1995-96): LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p] Named vice president for student affairs: LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Angel, Cynthia: (S) XXXIX (Winter 1975), 7, P

Angioplasty: See: Peripheral laser angioplasty

Ankin, Professor Andrei--Presidential Distinguished Lecturer at ETSU (November 1989): LIV (Winter Spring 1990), 19, P

Animal research benefits: LI (Spring 1987), 4-5

Animals used in medical research: LI (Spring 1987), 4-5

Anka, Paul: XXXII (Summer 1968), 25, P

Anthropology Department: XLVIII (December 1983), 3

Antkiewicz, Henry, assistant professor of history: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19, P; named Director of Office of International programs: LVII (1994), 25 [p]

Antkiewicz, Susan D.--ETSU student displayed original apparel designs at International Textile and Apparel Association annual meeting in San Francisco (1992): (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Appalachian Affairs: XXXIX (Spring 1975), 17; XLII (Winter 1978), 5; XLIII (June/July 1979), 11; XLIV (June 1980), 2; XLVIII (December 1983), 3; XLVIII (June 1984), 10; XLIX (Fall 1985), 7; L (Winter 1986), 14

Appalachian Heritage Room--Shelbridge bedroom celebrates the arts and crafts of Appalachia: LVIII (Fall 1995), 8-9, P

Appalachian Preceptorship Program at James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 18

"The Appalachian-Scottish Connection" - ETSU summer course explored links between Scottish and Appalachian Culture: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 17, P

Appalachian-Scottish studies program, ETSU students attended three-week study course at University of Edinburgh, Scotland: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 13-14, P; LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 7; exchange program between ETSU and the University of Edinburgh: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3-4

Appalachian Studies and Services--SEE: Center for Appalachian Studies and Services

Appalachian Studies minor: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Applied human sciences, dept. of--food systems management (FSM) program: LIX (spring 1996), 16

Applied Science and Technology, College of-- XLVIII (June 1984), 14; reviewed and updated engineering transfer program between ETSU and University of Tennessee: LVII (1994), 8; received Quality Commitment Award from Tennessee Governor Ned McWherter: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3; Board of Advisors: LIX (fall 1996), 15

Applied Science and Technology, School of: XLVIII (December 1984), 10; LII (Winter 1988), 2-4, P

Aquatic Club: XXV (Winter 1961), 15, 16; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 17

Arbogast, Bradley W.: XLIX (March 1985), 6, P; medical school researcher working to identify blood factors involved in development of preeclampsia during pregnancy: LVII (1994), 4

Archives of Appalachia: XLIII (March 1979), 4; XLIII (June/July 1979), 9; XLV (December 1980), 9; XLVI (September 1982), 3; XLVII (March 1983), 4; XLVIII (March 1984), 8

Arias, Oscar, president of Costa Rica, Nobel Laureate (1987) and former ETSU student (1959): (A) LII (Winter 1988), 6-7, P

Arias, Dr. Oscar--former president of Costa Rica and 1987 Nobel Peach Prize winner: LVI (Spring/summer 1992), 10, P

Armentrout, Herbert: XLI (Fall 1976), 8, P

Armstrong, K. C.: selected for U. S. Air Force's "Singing Sergeants", LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Arnett, Tammy, Miss ETSU, 1988: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 17, P

Arnold, Don, '66, Tennessee state senator: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Arnold, Pierre--ETSU tennis player and two-time All-Southern Conference selection: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 7

Arnold, Richard Alan, '69 - member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 3, P

Arradordo, John: XLVIII (December 1983, 5, P

Arrants, John H.: XXVI (Summer 1962), 8, P; (O) XXVII (Spring 1963), 7, P

Art Department: XXI (Fall 1956); XXIII (Winter 1959); XXXV (Fall 1970), 7; XXXV (Spring 1971), 4, 12; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 29; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 20; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8; XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLVIII (December 1983), 2; XLVIII (December 1984), 10; XLIX (March 1985), 4

Arthur, Terry: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 5, P

Arts and Sciences, College of: XIII (Fall 1948); XXVIII (Fall 1963), 5; XXX (Summer 1966), 13; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 9; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 5; XXXV (Winter 1971), 1; XLIII (June/July 1979), 8; XLVII (June 1983), 2

Artsfest, April 30, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 16

Asbestos Situation: XLVII (September 1983), 5

Association of the United States Army. A. K. Broyles Chapter: LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Athletic broadcasts: games to be broadcast by WJCW radio: LXI (Fall 1998), 19

Athletic Department: VIII (Fall 1942); XI (Spring 1947); XIV (Spring 1950); XXX (Spring 1966), 18; XL (Summer 1976), 4; XLIII (March 1979), 13, 15; XLIV (March 1980), 16; XLVII (September 1983), 12; XLVIII (March 1984), 12; XLIX (Fall 1985), 10

Athletic schedules (1994): LVII (1994), 23

Athletic Scholarship: XXXII (Summer, 1968), 21

Athletic Training Room: XLVIII (March 1984), 12

Atlee Hammaker/ETSU Golf Tournament (October 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 21

ATS-F: XXXVIII (Spring, 1974), 5

Audia, Barry, former professional boxer: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 10, P

Audio Visual Center: XXIX (Spring, 1965), 12, P

Auxiliary Services Department: XLII (Fall 1977), 5

Ayers, Mike: XLIX (Fall, 1985), 10, P

 
 
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B. Carroll Reece Museum: See: Reece Museum

Bach, Bert C.-- named interim President of East Tennessee State University: LV (Fall 1991), 2-3, P; new Vice President for Academic Affairs (effective January 1, 1994): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 5, P; Vice president for Academic Affairs: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3; first provost at ETSU: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]

Bader, Steve: XLVII (December 1982), 2, P

Bailey, F. Lee: L (Summer 1986), 14-15, P; LI (Winter 1987), 11

Bailey, John H.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P; (O) XLVIII (December 1983), 24

Bailey, Linda: XLIV (September 1980), 13

Bailey, Linda W.: (A) XLVII (December 1982), 15, P; XLVII (June 1983), 12, P; XLVIII (December 1983), inside front cover P

Baily, Linda: (S) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 10

Baird, Dorothy: XLIX (March 1985), 1, P

Baker, Howard: XLV (October/September 1981), 3, P

Baker, James Wink: (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 14, P

Baker, Sandra Jones: (A) XL (Summer, 1976), 10, P

Bales, Barry-- member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9; won 1993 Grammy award as member of Allison Kraus and Union Station: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14, P; member of bluegrass music group Allison Kraus and Union Station: (A) LVII (1994), 10; alumnus of the ETSU Bluegrass Band: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4; Grammy award winner: LX (Spring 1997), 8; LXI (Spring 1998), 10

Bales, Michael--physics major received grant from Sigma Xi for "Decline in Variability of Cepheids" project: (S) LVIII (Fall 1995), 6

Bales, Stephen Lyn: (A) XLVI (March 1982), 10, P

Ball, Myron: (S) XLV (June 1981), 14, P

Ballard, Alan G., assoc. professor, Health Related Professions--retires: LX ( (Fall 1997), 27

Band: I (Winter 1936); I (Summer 1936); XXVI (Summer 1962), 4; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 15; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 15, P; XXXV (Fall 1970), 11, P; XLIII (March 1979), 2; XLIV (December 1979), 14; XLV (Fall 1981); XLVIII (December 1983), 12; XLVIII (June 1984), 14

Bandy, Susan J., Dept. of Physical Education: named Fulbright Scholar, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Banks, Amy: (S) L (Winter 1986), 10, P; 1985 Homecoming Queen: (S) LI (Winter 1987), 8

Banks, Dana: (S) XLVIII (December 1983), 6, P

Banks, Robert--staff writer with Kingsport (Tenn.) Times-News) (A): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 13

Banyas, Mickey: (A) XLVII (June 1983), 21, P

Baptist Student Union: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 12, P

Barbara Jaffe Silvers Memorial Fellowship in History: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Barbara Jaffe Silvers Memorial Fund: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Barclay, Frank H.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Barger, Frederick H., Jr.--named alumni board member (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

Barker, Angie, NCAA Indoor Track and Field title in shot put, March 12, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 20, P; Sports Hall of Fame, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Barker, Dianne Patterson (A): (A) XXXVI (Spring 1972), 1, P; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 3

Barnes, Michelle--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Barrette, Elise Draper: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 10, P; died November 19, 1994: (O) LVIII (Spring 995), 28

Barrette, Paul (A): XXXIV (Summer 1970), 5, P

Barrette, Paul Arthur--retired ETSU professor died February 13, 1989: (O) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 23

Barry, Dennis--Buccaneer indoor track team member: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; Buccaneer cross country team member named to All-Southern Conference team (1991): (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Bartel, Maureen: L (Summer 1986), 3, P

Bartel, Dr. H. Robert, Jr., (A), newly appointed Chair of Banking and director of the Center of Excellence in Banking at ETSU: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17, P; chair and director, ETSU Center for Banking, and Fulbright Scholar: LVIII (Spring 1995), 11, P

Bartel, Nancy--management instructor in the College of Business: LVIII (Spring 1995), 11, P

Baseball-- XXVII (Spring 1963), 13 [p]; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 15; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 23; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 8; XL (Spring 1976), 11; XLII (Fall 1977), 15; XLIV (December 1979), 15; XLIV (June 1980), 16; XLIV (September 1980), 17; XLVII (March 1983), 12; XLVIII (December 1984), 20; LVI (Winter 1993), 8; LXII (Spring 1999), 17; 1992 Buccaneers posted best season since 1982: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 10 [p]; fifth place in Southern Conference (1995): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 20

Basic Science facility constructed: LXI (Spring 1998), 5

Basil Matlsberger Memorial Scholarship: XLII (Winter 1978, inside front cover; XLIII (October 1979), 3

Basketball (men): XX (Winter 1956); XXV (Winter 1961), 8; XXVII (Spring 1963), 15, P; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 16; XXXII (Spring 1968), 10; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 17-19; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 22; XXXV (Fall 1970), 14; XXXV (Winter 1971), 8; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 24; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 22; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 1; XLII (Summer 1978), 7; XLIV (December 1979), 15; XLIV (March 1980), 15; XLVI (June 1982), 20; XLVI (September 1982), 12; XLVII (March 1983), 13; XLVII (June 1983), 22; XLVII (September 1983), 13; XLVIII (December 1983), 21; XLVIII (March 1984), 14; XLIX (March 1985), 13; XLIX (Summer 1985), 22; L (Summer 1986), 17, P; LII (Winter 1988), 19; LVI (Winter 1993), 6; Buccaneers lost to Oklahoma in opening round of NCAA Southeast Regional Tournament in Nashville: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 2-5, P; Buccaneers won Southern Conference Tournament Championship (1989): LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 2-5, P; Buccaneers headed toward the Southern Conference Championship: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11, P; Buccaneers enjoyed winningest season ever in 1990-91: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 3-6, P; Buccaneers won 4th straight Southern Conference Tournament championship and 4th consecutive trip to NCAA Tournament: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6, P; 1995-96 schedule: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19; 1996-97 schedule: LIX (fall 1996), 19 1997-98 schedule: LXI (Fall 1998), 19 outlook: LXI (Fall 1998), 19

Basketball (women): XXV (Spring 1961), 15, P; XLIII (March 1979), 15; XLIII (September 1979), 15; XLV (June 1981), 16; XLVI (March 1982), 18; XLVII (March 1983), 13; XLVII (September 1983), 14; XLVIII (March 1984), 14; L (Summer 1986), 17, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 8, LVII (1994), 20; Lady Buccaneers placed second in inaugural Southern Conference Germann Cup: LI (Summer 1987), 17; Lady Buccaneers reached the championship game of the Southern Conference tournament in 1991: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; Southern Conference Regular-Season Championship: LVIII (Spring 1995), 14; 1995-96 schedule: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19 1998-99 schedule: LXI (Fall 1998), 19 outlook: LXI (Fall 1998), 19 season summary: LXII (Spring 1999), 17

Basler, Wayne G.,elected ETSU Foundation vice president:LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18; president of ETSU Foundation: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17, P; awarded Honorary Alumnus status (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 21; established Basler Incentive Scholarship Endowment in 1991: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20; 1998 George L. Carter Award winner: LXI (Fall 1998), 7

Basler, Wayne G., Chair for the Integration of the Arts, Rhetoric, and Science: author Lisa Athler appointed to chair, LXII (Fall 1999), 10

Basler Incentive Scholarship Endowment: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Bass, Beth, '84--Nike's sports marketing manager for women's basketball: LIX (fall 1996), 8; 1998 Award of Honor: LXI (Fall 1998), 6

Baton Twirling School: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 8; XXIX (Spring 1965), 13

Bautista, David--Public Defender, Elizabethton, Tenn.: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Baxter, Tamara M. (A): (S) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 1, P

Bayless, Charlie: Sports Hall of Fame, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Bean, Wayne--volunteer producer, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Beasley, William M.: XXXV (Summer 1971), 21, P; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7, P; (O) XLII (Fall 1977), 22, P

Beblawi, Dr. Viola El, Zagazig University, Egypt - third Fulbright scholar-in-residence working with Center for Early Childhood Learning and Development: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 16, P

Beck, Louise B., '83, MBA '85, Alumnotable: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 23, P

Beecham Infectious Disease Fellowship: LVII (June 1983), 19

Beecham Laboratories, Bristol, Tenn., awarded $25,000 fellowship to medical school resident: LI (Summer 1987), 9; $25,000 gift for continuation of study of infectious diseases: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 19, P; contribution to Cecil Cox Quillen Chair of Medicine: LIII (Winter 1989), 16, P

Beecham Laboratory: XLVII (June 1983), 19; XLVIII (September 1984), 8

Beeson, Don: XXVII (Summer 1963), 9, P

Beeson, Elma Rankin: (O) XLIII (March 1979), 23, P

Beidleman, Judy Prenelli Vee: XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 4, P

Beidleman, Veronica: XXXV (Fall 1970), 21, P

Belcher, Fon R.: (A) XXXVI (Summer 1972), 5, P

Belcher, Greg: (S) XLV (June 1981), 18

Bell, John Robert: XXX (Winter 1966), 9, P; XLIX (Summer 1985), 21, P former ETSU football coach: LI (Summer 1987), 9, P; former ETSU football coach (1966-1972) inducted into Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, February 17, 1989: LIII (Winter 1989), 11, P

Bell, Marvin--Kingsport police detective: LXI (Fall 1998), 10

Bell, Wayne L.: (A) XL (Spring 1976), 15, P

Bellamy, Nelle V.: (A) XVI (Summer 1952); L (Spring 1986), 7

Bellamy, Teresa--first recipient of scholarship honoring Holly Adams '87 (d. 1990): (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14

Beller, Judith: XLV (June 1981), 7, P; L (Winter 1986), 12, P; LI (Winter 1987), 26, 28

Beller, Dr. Ronald E. (A): XLV (June 1981), 6, P; XLVII (March 1983), 2, P; LI (Winter 1987), 3-5, 14, 15, 19, 26-28; "AFG Chair of Excellence Announced": LI (Spring 1987), 2, P; joined Labor/Higher Education Council in Washington, D.C.: LI (Spring 1987), 8; "President's Perspective": LI (Summer 1987), inside cover, P; "Turning Toward 2011": LI (Fall 1987), 2, P; "With 75-Year History: Looking To The Future": LII (Winter 1988), inside cover, P; "President's Perspective": LII (Spring 1988), 2, P; "President's Perspective": LII (Summer/Fall 1988), inside cover, P founder and member of the Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 2, P; "President's Perspective": LIII (Winter 1989), 2, P; ETSU President received 1990 George L. Carter Award: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 13, P ETSU President named to Pew Health Professions Commission: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14, P ETSU President named to NCAA Presidents Commission: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16-17

"Bells Across America" tribute to U. S. Constitution, September 17, 1987: LII (Winter 1988), 18

BellSouth Foundation--awarded $160,000 in education grants to ETSU and the Upper East Tennessee Educational Cooperative (UETEC): LVII (1994), 19

Benner, Dr. David Bright--named Chair of Department of Biological Sciences (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 21, P

Benny Sims Scholarship Fund in Bluegrass Music: LIX (fall 1996), 16

Bensaou, Dr. Hamid, Fulbright scholar form University of Algiers, 1985-86: LI (Fall 1987), 5

Benson, S. Jonathan: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 20, P

Benson, Starlet, '84, teacher: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 10, P

Berk, Dr. Steven--Distinguished Faculty Award (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 19, P

Receives 1998 Tennessee laureate of medicine award, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Berry, James W.: (A) L (Winter, 1986), 3

Berthrong, Donald J.: XXXV (Spring 1971), 5, P

Beta Rho: XXXIII (Spring 1969), 14

Betsy Brogan Endowment Scholarship: LVI (Fall 1992), 12

Bettis, Glenn E.-- (A) XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLVII (June 1983), 3; associate vice president for public service & dean of continuing studies: LX (spring 1997), 27

Bias, Dr. Lonise--September 1992 lecture sponsored by Campus Activities Board and BACCHUS (Boosting Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students): LVI (Fall 1992), 19, P

Bible, Willis Beeler: XXV (Summer 1961), 8, P; XXX (Spring 1966), 7, P; XXXI (Summer 1967), 6, P

Biddle, Joe, '71, sports editor, Nashville Banner: LII (Spring 1988), 5, P

Big Blue: XLIX (Fall 1985), 26

Bill G. Humphreys Buc CHAMPS Center: LX (spring 1997), 15; LXI (Fall 1998), 18

Biology department: XVIII (Spring 1954); XIX (Winter 1955); XXV (Summer 1961), 7; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 4; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 13-14; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 22; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 8; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, 20; XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLII (October 1979), 3; XLVII (December 1982), 9; XLIX (Fall 1985), 14

Bird, Kim: (S) XLV (December 1980), 18; see also Kim Byrd Zenner

Birthplace of Country Music Alliance: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Bishop, Creg S.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Bishop, Wilsie S.--named Dean of the College of Public and Allied Health: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Bitter, James Robert--chair, dept. of human development and learning: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

Black History Month (February 1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16, P

Blackwelder, Reid--named director of Kingsport Family Practice Center residency program: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Blackwell, Harriet - board member of ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15

Blair, Barry: (S) XLII (Fall 1977), 7

Blankenship, Lisa--highest GPA, Spring 1992 class: LVI (Fall 1992), 19

Blaustein, Richard J.: XLVII (December 1982), 3; XLVIII (December 1983), 3, P member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9 cofounder of Now and Then magazine: LVIII (Spring 1995, 3 first director of the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Bleamer, Jeff--named assistant football coach: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Blevins, April Shepherd, '93--teacher in Alaska: LIX (spring 1996), 6 [p]

Blevins, Carson, D.D.S., M.O.C.: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22

Blevins, Ira William: LVIII (Spring 1995), 22

Blevins, Jeffrey, '93--teacher in Alaska: LIX (spring 1996), 6 [p]

Blevins, Justin C., M.D.: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22

Blevins, Lewis: (S) XLIX (Summer 1985), 14

Blevins, Lisa Dawn, '91--R.N. at Johnson City Medical Center: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995): 22, P

Blevins, Mary Vee, '93--student at Quillen College of Medicine: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Blevins, Nelia Pleasant: LVIII (Spring 1995), 22

Blevins, R. Dean: XLIII (Fall 1978), 2, P

Blevins, Dr. R. Dean, 1987 Distinguished Faculty Award: LI (Fall 1987), 17, P

Blevins, R. Dean, MA '61--professor in ETSU's Health Sciences Division: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Blevins, Raymond Dean, II, '90--United States Army: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Blevins, Robert Lee, '91--ETSU Media Specialist in the Quillen College of Medicine: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Blevins, Sandra Cowan: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Blevins, Sells, M.D.: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22

Blevins family: LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Blocker, DeShawne, ETSU basketball player selected as Freshman-of-the-Year and first team All-Southern Conference choice: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8; 1994 leading rebounder in NCAA Division 1 women's basketball and 1993

Southern Conference "Player of the Year": Souvenir Ed. (1994), rear cover, P

Southern Conference Player-of-the-Year: LVIII (Spring 1995), 14, P 1994-95 Southern Conference Female Athlete-of-the-Year: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18-19, P

BlueCare health assessment contract: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Bluegrass band (see: ETSU Bluegrass Band)

"Bluegrass Heartland"--radio show on WETS-FM sponsored by the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Bluegrass music program: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14; LVII (1994), 10

Bluegrass Unlimited magazine: LVII (1994), 10

Boada, Lenina, '70--supervisor of English education for Bolivar province, Ecuador: LIX (spring 1996), 6

Bohanan, Flora: XLVIII (September 1984), 5

Boland, James--1996 Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]

Boleman, Dr. Robert, MD '82--first graduate of the Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 5, P

Boles, Sharon Slemons, '69, MA '80--principal human resources representative for Eastman Chemical Company: LIX (spring 1996), 11 [p]

Bolton, Carla Jean: (S) XLVII (December 1982), 4, P; XLVII (June 1983), 13

Bomar, James: XXX (Fall 1964), 9, P

Bond, Julian: XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9

Bonek, Max, Manager of Student Advisement and Career Consulting with the School of Nursing: LVI (Fall 1992), 12

Bonnie Luntsford Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Bookstore: XXVIII (Fall 1963), 6; XXX (Summer 1966), 30, P

Boone, Pat: XXIX (Summer 1965), 14, P

Boone, Veronica Hope: (S) XLVIII (December 1983), 1, P

Borchuck, Fred: XLV (June 1981), 5, P

Boren, Gertrude: XXI (Fall 1956), P; (O) XXXI (Fall 1966), 31, P

Borgmann, Albert--Basler chairholder (2000): LIX (fall 1996), 26

Boshell, Briget--new head women's golf coach: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27

Boswell, Jim: XLVIII (March 1984), 3, P

Botkin, Robert R.: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XL (Fall 1975), 4, P; XLII (Fall 1911), 4, P; XLIII (October 1979), 3

Boundary Road renamed for J. L. Seehorn: LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Bourn, Diana: (S) XLVII (March 1983), 10, P

Bowers, John--Basler chairholder (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 26 [p]

Bowers, Stella: (A) XXXVII (Spring 1973), 16, P

Bowers, Teresa: (S) XXXV (Spring 1971), 4; (A) XLIV (March 1980), 5; XLVII (June 1983), 14; LI (Winter 1987), 5

Bowman, Ferrell, '56, member of 1962 New York Giants baseball team: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 22, P

Bowman, James D.--new Vice President for Business and Finance (effective September 1, 1994): LVII (1994), 25, P

Boyd, Charles C., Jr., '74, (A): (A) XL (Winter 1976) 3, P

Boyd, Charles Clifford, '34: (A) XXXVI (Fall 1971), 10, P

Bradford, Jeff (A): XLVIII (March 1984), 3

Bradley, George Washington: XXXIV (Spring 1970), 9

Bradley, Mae King: (A) XXXV (Summer 1971), 5, P

Bradley, Martha: XLIII (March 1979), 7, P

Bradley, Sonji: (S) XLII (Fall 1977), 6, P

Bradley, Maj. Vernon, '79--new chair of the Military Science Department: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P

Bramlett, Christopher L.: XLI (Summer 1977), 6, P

Brand, Richard C.: (O) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 18

Branscomb, Jack--English professor: Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching, LXI (Spring 1998), 12

Brautigam, Hilda: XXXV (Summer 1971), 31, P

Bray, Dr. Robert--director of Office of International Programs: LVI (Winter 1993), 14

Brayton, Abbott A.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLVII (June 1983), 2

Breeding, Bill - elected first-term member of ETSU Foundation board of directors: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18

Brewer, Delbert: (S) XXXIII (Fall 1968), 11, P

Brewer, Midge: (A) XXXI (Spring 1967), 11, P

Bristol Center: XXVII (Summer 1963), 8

Bristol Family Practice Center: LXI (Spring 1998), 5

Bristol Regional Medical Center (Bristol, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 16

Brock, Elizabeth, '65--owner and president of Pallets, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia: (A) LIII (Winter 1989, 7, P

Brogan, Betsy Hayter, '71--endowed scholarship for students in School of Nursing established in her honor: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14

Brogan, James G., established nursing scholarship endowment in memory of his wife Betsy: LV (Fall 1991), 6 donor, Betsy Brogan Endowment Scholarship: LVI (Fall 1992), 12

Bronze Society $50,000 Cumulative Giving: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Brooks, Cyndy (A): XLIII (Fall 1978), 14

Brooks, Franklin D.: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 18, P

Brooks, J. Dodd: LVII (1994), 21

Brooks, James H.--Honorary Alumnus (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13 [p]

Brooks, John M.: LVII (1994), 21

Brooks, John M., Jr.: (A) XXX (Spring 1966), 25

Brooks, Madison: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 16, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 21, P; XLIV (December 1979), 17, P; XLIV (March 1980), 17, P; inducted into Louisiana Tech University Hall of Fame, January 29, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 19, P; board member of ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15 former Buccaneer basketball coach died June 4, 1994: (O) LVII (1994), 21-22, P

Brooks, Nelda: LVII (1994), 21, P

Brooks, Paul E.: LVII (1994), 21

Brooks, Ronald E., '61--brigadier general, U. S. Army: (A) LII (winter 1988), 4; awarded the Distinguished Service Medal: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 23, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; one of six general officers commissioned at ETSU: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Brooks, Sally Ann: (S) XXX (Summer 1966), 19, P

Brooks, Sandra Kraft, MD '94--received Distinguished Service Award (1994) from the James H. Quillen College of Medicine Alumni Society: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 5; alumni award of honor (1997): LX (Fall 1997), 4

Brooks Gymnasium: XLIV (September 1980), 16

Brothers, Joyce: XLVI (December 1981), 3, P

Browder, I. William--interim dean of the College of Medicine: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]; appointed chairholder of William Henry Reed Chair of Surgery: LXI (Fall 1998), 14

Brown, Amelia G.--named Interim Associate Dean of The College of Applied Science and Technology: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Brown, D. M.: IV (Winter 1939); V (Winter 1940); VI (Fall 1940), [p]; (O) XVII (Fall 1952), 1-2, [p]

Brown, Delevanie--member of men's track team: LIX (spring 1996), 19 [p]

Brown, Earl, pathologist: authors new book: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Brown, J. Gordon, '50, alumni notable, retired from Virginia Tech as Dean of Students Emeritus: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 21, P

Brown, Jack, visiting professor of excellence from Chicago, Illinois: LI (Summer 1987), 17, P

Brown, LeeAnne--chair of excellence in general pediatrics established in her memory: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Brown, Morton: XLIV (December 1979), 2; XLIX (March 1985), 7

Brown, Travis, '49, MA '59--author of Historical First Patents: LIX (spring 1996), 14

Brown, Wesley C.-- recognized by Tennessee Governor Ned McWherter as a key figure in the development and implementation of Tennessee's Early Intervention Program for Special Needs Children: LVII (1994), 24, p; Advisory Council for the Education of Students with Disabilities: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

Brown Hall: XLIX (March 1985), 4

Browning, Gordon: XXVI (Fall 1961), 12, P; XXVI (Winter 1962), 8, P

Browning, Harriet Louisa, 2nd-great-granddaughter of Sidney G. Gilbreath, East Tennessee State Normal School President, 1911-1925: LII (Spring 1988, 16, P

Browning Hall: XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10; XXX (Summer 1966), 12, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; demolished during library construction: LIX (fall 1996), 10 [p]

Broyles, Capt. Alvin K.--killed in Vietnam (April 28, 1965): (O) XXIX (Summer 1965), 5, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Bruchac, Joseph, founder and editor of The Greenfield Review magazine; LII (Winter 1988), 18

Brumley, Robert H., II, BS '74 - General Counsel of the U. S. Department of Commerce: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 10, P; commencement speaker (December 1991): LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 10, P

Buc Connection--career development network for alumni and students that began during ETSU's 75th anniversary in 1986: LV (Fall 1991), 5

Buc Taters--new potato chip product introduced by Terry's Snack Foods of Bristol, Virginia in 1989 to benefit ETSU athletic scholarship program: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 21

Buc-A-Month Club--new club organized to help provide athletic scholarships: LIII (Winter 1989), 19

Buc-O-Mo Club: XXVII (Fall 1962), 5, 12; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 18; XXIX (Fall 1964), 6; XXX (Fall 1965), 9; XXX (Winter 1965), 8

Buccaneer: XLIX (Fall 1985, 27

Buccaneer Athletes Society: LVIII (Spring 1995), 16

Buccaneer Battalion--Association of the United States Army Chapter formed in 1952: LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Buccaneer Hall of Fame: LVIII (Spring 1995), 16

Buccaneer Legends Weekend (12-14 April 1996): LIX (spring 1996), 18

Buchnan, Cathy (A): (S) XLV (March 1981), 11

BucSports Medicine Complex: LXI (Spring 1998), 6

Budget and Finance, Office of: XLVI (December 1981), 2

Building program: XXI (Spring 1957); XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10; XXXII (Fall 1967), 13; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; LXI (Spring 1998), 4-6

Buildings, Name of: XL (Summer 1976), 5

Bullington, John--chairman of the Johnson City Regional Planning Commission: LVIII (Spring 1995), 5

Bundy, Connie, '70--creator of Decorator Helper products: LIX (Spring 1996), 4 [p]

Bureau of Business and Economic Research - completed study detailing ETSU's economic impact on Tri-Cities Metropolitan Statistical Area: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), inside cover

Burks, Shannon H. (A): (S) LVII (1994), 16

Burleson, Christine: XXXII (Fall 1967), 14; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 32

Burleson, D. S.: X (Summer 1946); XII (Fall 1947); XXI (Fall 1956); XL (Spring 1976), 2

Burleson, Gene, '64, MA '72--chief executive officer of GranCare Inc.: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 12, P; outstanding alumnus (1997): LX (Fall 1997), 4

Burns, Wilma Rebecca: XXXV (Summer 1971), 17

Burt, J. L.: XLII (Fall 1977), 6, P; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Burton, Dr. Thomas G.: XXX (Spring 1966), 16; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8; XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLVII (December 1982), 2, P; XLVIII (December 1984), 7; XLIX (Summer 1985), 13; established Appalachian-Scottish studies program at ETSU: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 13-14, P; director of Appalachian-Scottish Studies program at ETSU: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 7, P

Busfield, Timothy, television actor: (A) XLIV (March 1985), 2, P; LI (Spring 1987), 6, P; LII (Winter 1988), 9, P

Bush, George: XLIX (Summer 1985), 13; XLIX (Fall 1985), 9, P

Bush, Willie B., Jr., '73-- National Alumni Association treasurer (1995-96): (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 17; elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Business, College of: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 10; XXX (Summer 1966), 13; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 7; XL (Spring 1976), 6; XLV (September/October 1981), 3; XLIX (March 1985), 3; undergraduate and graduate programs accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business: LI (Summer 1987), 2-3, P; new scholarship endowments: LX (spring 1997), 15

Business and Economic Research, Bureau of: XLI (Summer 1977), 7

Business department: V (Spring 1940); V (Summer 1940); XIX (Winter 1955); XXIII (Fall 1958); XXVIII (Fall 1963), 5; XXVII (Winter 1963), 4, 11; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 20; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 18; XXXV (Summer 1971), 31; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 11; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Butterfield, Mondel Ely: I (Fall 1935); VI (Winter 1941); (O) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 31

Byar, T. Madison: XXIX (Winter 1965), 13, P; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 9, P; XLII (Fall 1977), 6, P

Byrd, Dr. Montess, EdD '76, 1983 recipient of Linda Gardner Award: XLVII (September 1983), 15, P

 
 
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C. Hodge Mathes Memorial Fund: XVI (Spring 1952); XVI (Summer 1952); XVII (Winter 1953)

Cable, Tim--television announcer: LXI (Spring 1998), 7

Cade, Denne (A): XLIII (March 1979), 9; XLVIII (March 1984), 11

Calvin, Melvin: XLVII (June 1983), 3

Campbell, Andrea Beth--ETSU graduate designed and established the GIS/Image Processing Lab for the university: (A) LVII (1994), 7

Campbell, Jack E.: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 12

Campbell, Jennifer: (S) XLIII (October 1979), 15, P

Campbell, Ken, '66--new baseball coach at ETSU: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990)17, P; ETSU baseball coach: LVI (Winter 1993), 8 winningest ETSU baseball coach: LXII (Spring 1999), 16, P

Campbell, Marion: XLVIII (September 1984), 5

Campbell, Max--named director of university development: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Campus lighting system: LVIII (Spring 1995), 5

Campus map: XXV (Fall 1960), 8-9, P; XXVII (Winter 1963), 12; XXX (Spring 1966), 14-15, P

Campus Security department: XLII (Fall 1977), 5; XLII (Winter 1978), 10; XLV (March 1981), 3; XLVII (December 1982), 4

Campus Sports Queen: XXXI (Summer 1967), 24

Cancer center established: LXII (Fall 1999), 12 [SEE ALSO: ETSU Cancer Center at Johnson City Medical Center]

Cancer research: LXI (Spring 1998), 15

Cannon, Stewart: (A) L (Spring 1986), 6, P

Canterbury House: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 12, P

Cantrell, Dr. Peggy J.--appointed interim dean of the school of graduate studies: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27P

Capp, Al: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 25

Capps, Olin F.: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 10, P

Capshaw, Bill: (A) XLV (June 1981), 20

Captain, Bill: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 16, P

Captain's Club: XLIX (Fall 1985), 26

Cardin, Richard W.: (A) XLI (Spring, 1977), 1, P

Cardiovascular Research Institute-- approved by Tennessee Board of Regents: LIX (spring 1996), 9; LX (spring 1997), 12

Cardoza, Randy, '67--Georgia commissioner of industry, trade, and tourism: LIX (fall 1996), 7-8 [p]

Cardwell, Marjorie Nelle, MA '64-- superintendent of Greene Valley Development Center: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 7, P; retired as Assistant Commissioner of Mental Health and Mental Retardation: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 15, P; Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 6, P

Career Development office-- XLV (December 1980), 5; XLV (September/October 1981), 2; XLVI (June 1982), 11; XLVII (December 1982), 14; XLVII (June 1983), 18; received national recognition from Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, D.C. (1991): LV (fall 1991), 5; expanded services by offering two new computerized resources: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 10; on World Wide Web: LIX (spring 1996)9

Career Fair--sponsored by ETSU and 19 area colleges: LIX (spring 1996), 9

Cargas, Dr. Harry James--leading Holocaust scholar delivered sixth address of the Erna P. Kaldegg Memorial Lectureship (1990): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15, P

Cargill, Drury H. (A): XXV (Winter 1961)

Carl A. Jones Symposium: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 4

Carlisle, Jack M.: XLII (Fall 1977), 14, P; XLIII (March 1979), 13, P

Carlisle Crawford Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13; SEE ALSO: Robert G. and Carlisle Crawford Memorial Fund

Carmichael, Benjamin: XLII (Fall, 1977), 4, P

Carmichel, Jim: (A) XLV (March 1981), 6, P; XLVII (June 1983), 14

Caron, Robert--member of national faculty of Hazardous Waste Management Institute: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16

Carpenter, Clayton: XXIX (Winter 1965), 13, P; XLVIII (December 1983), 21P

Carpenter, Clayton, Dr.--1995 Honorary Alumnus Award: LVIII (Fall 1995), 17, P

Carpenter, Clifton: XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Carpenter, Don (A): L (Winter 1986), 3

Carpenter, Dr. Thomas: LI (Winter 1987), 27

Carrier, Ronald E.: (A) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 20, P; XL (Spring 1976), 1P; XLI (Spring 1977), 11

Carrier, Dr. Ronald E., '55 - member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 3, P; receives Distinguished Alumnus in Higher Education Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 6, P

Carrier, Edith Johnson (Mrs. Ronald E.), '56: James Madison University names its arboretum in her honor LXII (Spring 1999)

Carroll, Eugene J., Jr., deputy director of Center for Defense, debater, ETSU public forum, April 6, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

Carroll, Jim--manager of the Mid-Atlantic Field Service Office of INFAX: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 8, P

Carroll H. Long Chair of Surgical Research: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 5; Chair of Excellence in Surgical Research: LVI (Fall 1992), 8

Carroll Reece Museum: SEE: Reece Museum

Carson House: V (Fall, 1939)

Carson, Jo: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 7, P

Carson, Thomas C.: XXVI (Summer 1962), 8; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 11, P

Carson, Thomas, Jr.: (A) XXXI (Spring 1967), 12, P

Carter, Dave--host and producer of "Studio One," live music broadcast on WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Carter, Donald R.--retiring Pirate Club director: (A) LX (spring 1997), 19; alumni award of honor: LX (Fall 1997)4

Carter, President Jimmy--lecture at ETSU, October 13, 1988: LIII (Winter 1989), 8-9, P

Carter Hall: XV (Winter 1951); XXX (Fall 1965), 13, P; XXX (Summer 1966)20, P

Cartoza, MIke, '85--played Izzy, mascot of the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 8 [p]

Caruthers, Eugene P.: (A) XLIV (March 1980), 22

Cary, Susan E.--received first Christa McAuliffe Scholarship awarded in Tennessee: (S) LIII (Winter 1989)17, P

CASE Circle of Excellence Award--LX (Fall 1997), 16

Casey, Bill (Football player - All-American Candidates): (S) XXXIV (Summer 1970, 11, P

Cashwell, Richard B. - member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 3, P

Cassell, Ollan: XXIX (Fall 1964), 12, P; XXIX (Winter 1965), 15; XLIII (June-July 1979), 16, P; XLIV (December 1979), 15

Cassity, Maj. Gen. (Ret.) J. Edward, '56-- Commanding General of Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: (A) LI (fall 1987), 3-4 [p]; member, Commission on the future of ETSU: LII (summer/fall 1988), 3 [p]; LIV (winter/spring 1990), 20 [p]; 1990 Outstanding Alumnus Award: LV (spring/summer 1991), 13 [p]; alumni association president-elect (1991): LV (fall 1991), 4 president of ETSU National Alumni Association (1992-93): LVI (fall 1992), 7 [p] former Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, Ga.: LVI (winter 1993), 19; Souvenir Ed. (1994), 15 [p]; Remembrances of President Burgin E. Dossett: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 7

Castelaz, Dr. Michael--physics faculty member who participates in Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA): LVIII (Fall 1995), 6

Castle, Larry: XXXIV (Summer 1970), 14, P

Cates, Judge William N., '64--associate chief administrative law judge, National Labor Relations Board, Atlanta, Ga.: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 5, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Catherman, Woodrow--ETSU received $250,000 from his estate in 1990-91: LV (Fall 1991), 6

Cathey, John: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 17, P; Sports Information Director (1969-94): LVII (1994), 22

Cathey, Robin: (S) XLVIII (December 1984), 12, P

Catron, Mark: (A) L (Spring 1986), 9, P

Cavan, Mike-- named 15th head football coach at ETSU on December 23, 1991: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 3, P; ETSU football coach: LVI (Winter 1993)8; ETSU football coach: LVIII (Spring 1995), 16; Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year (1996): LX (spring 1997), 16 [p]

Cawood, Gary: (A) XLVI (December 1981), 22

CBS: XXX (Winter 1966), 15; XXXV (Summer 1971), 10

Cecile Cox Quillen Chair of Medicine in Geriatrics and Gerontology: LVI (Fall 1992), 8

"Celebration of Pride": honors campus giving: LXI (Fall 1998), 17

Center for Adult Programs and Services (CAPS): LII (Spring 1988), 14, P

Center for Appalachian Studies and Services-- received performance Par Excellence Award from Tennessee Higher Education Commission: LI (Spring 1987), 10; Dr. Jean Haskell Speer named new director: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 8, P; Advisory Council established: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4; celebrated 10th anniversary in 1994: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3-4; established a monthly Appalachian Colloquium: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4; named one of the top five Centers of Excellence in Tennessee in 1986: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3; redesignated an Accomplished Center of Excellence in 1987: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3; Encyclopedia of Appalachia project: LIX (fall 1996), 9

Center for Early Childhood Learning and Development, new infant/toddler program: LI (Fall 1987), 19, P; hosting 2nd Fulbright Scholar-in-residence: LII (Spring 1988), 16, P; LVII (1994), 24

Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, received $6000 contribution from National Healthcorp, L. P.: LI (Summer 1987), 14

Center for Physical Activity: LXI (Spring 1998), 6

Center for Social Science and Evaluation Research--approved by Tennessee Board of Regents: LIX (spring 1996), 9

Century Club: XXXV (Fall 1970), 29; XXXV (Spring 1971), 17; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 16; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 16; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 10; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 6; XLI (Winter 1977), 11; XLIX (Fall 1985), 17

Chadwick, Alan: (S) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 9, P

Chairs of Excellence: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Challenge 2000, charter members; LVIII (Spring 1995), 19; $2 million endowment to be established: LVIII (Spring 1995), 19 list of new members: LVIII (Fall 1995), 11; LXI (Spring 1998), 15; LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Chambers, Rear Admiral Richard K., '56: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20P

Chambers, Richard K.--Deputy Commander, Naval Reserve Force and Commander, Naval Air Reserve Force, New Orleans, La.: (A) LVI (Winter 1983), 19

Chang, Patrick, '79, founder of Lucky Computer Company: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 2, 3

Chang, Pat, MA '79--founder of Lucky Computer Co., Richardson, Texas: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 7-8, P

Chapman, Dorothy Quaye: XLII (Fall 1977), 4, P

Chapman, Ethan Allen: XXVII (Fall 1962), 11 P

Chapman, Shirley (A): XXXIII (Summer 1969), 9, P; (A) XXXVI (Winter 1972)5, P; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 6, P; XLI (Summer 1977), 8; XLVI (September 1982), 3

Chapman, Dr. Shirley, political science professor elected mayor of Johnson City, Tennessee: LI (Summer 1987), 9, P

Charles C. Sherrod Scholarship: XXXI (Spring 1967), 5; XXXIV (Spring 1970)8

Charles Edward Allen Distinguished Lectureship in Medicine, third annual, September 1987: LI (Fall 1987)19

Charlton, Dr. C. H., '82, MEd '84, member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988)3, P director of court appointed special advocate program at ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 17, P

Chase, Richard--storyteller: XLVIII (December 1983), 5, P

Che, Youming, Chinese student at ETSU: (S) LI (Fall 1987), 7, P

Cheerleaders: XXIX (Summer 1965), 15, P; XXXI (Fall 1966), 22, P; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 24, P; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 24, P; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 19, P

Chemistry department: V (Fall 1939); XVIII (Spring 1954); XXVIII (Winter 1964), 7; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 19; XXIX (Winter 1965), 13; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 10; XXXV (Winter 1971), 31; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 10, 12; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 18; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 13; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6, 23; XL (Winter 1976), 4; XLI (Winter 1977), 3; XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLIX (March 1985), 7

Cherry, Byron: XLVI (September 1982), 15, P

Chesney, Kenny, '90-- salaried songwriter for Acuff-Rose Publishing Company in Nashville: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14; alumnus of the ETSU Bluegrass Band: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 4 country music artist: (A) LX (Spring 1997), 8, P

Chilcote, Thomas: XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 7, P

Child care center--opens: LX (Fall 1997), 13

Child Study Center: XLI (Summer 1977), 9

Child Study Center--received reaccreditation for three years by National Academy of Early Childhood Programs (1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 12

Childhood cancer treatment--cooperative agreement established between James H.Quillen College of Medicine and St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15

Children's International Art Exhibition--B. Carroll Reece Museum, March 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 20

Chiles-Shelburne, Sally, new publications editor, alumni and university relations office: LI (Spring 1987), 11

Chilton, Tom: (S) XXV (Winter 1961), 8, P; (A) XLIV (December 1979), 15

Choate, Dr. Pat--keynote speaker for International Week '89: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989, 19, P

Christensen, David, ETSU golfer: LXII (Spring 1999), 16, P;

Church, Denise,Johnson City police officer: LXI (Fall 1998), 8

CIM (computer-integrated manufacturing) program in higher education--ETSU chosen by IBM as one of 48 participating institutions: LIII (Winter 1989), 2

Cimadevilla, George: (S) L (Winter 1986), 16, P; ETSU punter signed with Pittsburgh Steelers: (S) LI (Summer 1987), 8, P

City Management Program: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 6

Clack, John A.: (O) XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 27, P

Clark, Dr. Charles E., elected president of the Southern Conference: LI (Summer 1987), 15 P

Clark, Eugenia--University of Maryland professor emeritus known worldwide for underwater work on sharks: LVII (1994), 8

Clark, Hester: XLVII (December 1982), 5

Clarke, Kenneth M., '63: alumni award of honor, LXII (Fall 1999), 4, P

Clarke, Ralph W., (A): XXII (Winter 1958); XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9

Claudio, Edward, distinguished New York actor: LI (Spring 1987), 6, P

Clement, Frank: XXVIII (Summer, 1964), 5, P

Clement, Frank, Gov., signed bill granting university status to East Tennessee State College, March 5, 1963: LII (Spring 1988), 8, P

Clement, Jan: (S) XLVII (December 1982), 12, P

Clement, Lucille Christianson--former Tennessee First Lady visited ETSU campus during fall semester 1991: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 7, p

Clement Hall: XXX (Summer 1966), 12, P

Clements, C. Christopher: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Clements, George H., Father--speaker during Black History Month (February 1989): LIII (Spring/Summer 1989)18, P

Clemmer, Claudius--elected first-term member of ETSU Foundation board of directors: LII (Summer/Fall 1988)18

Clemmer, Claudius Greer, '34--Outstanding Alumnus for 1995: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 16, P

Clemons, Linda J.--new director of Financial Aid office: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15, P

Clendenon, Shelli--Lady Buck track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15; named All-American for track and field: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, 19, P

Clinchfield Railroad: XLV (December 1980), 7

Clinic: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 13; XXX (Winter 1966), 13

Clinical nutrition, master of science degree: LII (Winter 1988), 4

Close, Dr. David M.--associate professor of physics received the 1988 Foundation Research Award: LIII (Winter 1989), 20, P

Cloyd, Velma: (A) XXXIII (Fall 1968), 16, P; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14, P; XLIV (September 1980), 12, P

Cloyd, John Charles: (A) XXIX (Fall 1964), 12

Clyde, Jeremy: XXXI (Spring 1967), 7, P

Cobun, Patricia Ann Carmichael: (A) XLII (Winter 1978), 8, P

Cobun, Ted: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

Coca-Cola/Wendy's Classic, Ridgefields Country Club in Kingsport, October 1987: LII (Winter 1988), 17

Cocke, J. M.: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXV (Winter 1971), 8; XXXVII (Winter 1972), 10

Coffey, Donald S.: (A) XLIII (Fall 1978), 5, P; XLIII (October 1979), 10, P; XLVII (June 1983), 10, P; L (Spring 1986), 7, P

Coffey, Dr. Donald S., '57 - member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 4, P

Coffey, Vernon, '72,: named commissioner of Tennessee Department of Education, LXII (Fall 1999), 9, P

Cogburn, Sylvia: (S) XXXIX (Winter, 1975), 6, P

Coghlan, Eamon, world's best indoor miler: LI (Spring 1987), 9, P

Cohen, Dr. Harvey J., lecturer, third annual Charles Edward Allen Distinguished Lectureship in Medicine, September 1987: LI (Fall 1987), 19, P

Cohn, Bob: XLII (Fall 1977), 4, P

Cole, Julie: XLIX (Summer 1985), 8, P

Coleman, Ronald: (S) XXXV (Spring, 1971), 10, P

Coleman, William A., Jr.--new Director of Human Resources: LVII (1994), 25, P

College of Business: offers MBA via television: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

College of Medicine: SEE: James H. Quillen College of Medicine or Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine

College Training Detachment: XII (Spring, 1948)

Collins, David D.--succeeded David L. Kite as new comptroller at ETSU: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 16, P; named Associated Vice President for Business and Finance: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P

Collins, Martha D.--new Dean of the College of Education: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 9, P; LVIII (Spring 1995), 4

Commencement, spring 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 10-11, P; fall 1992: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 15

Commission on the Future of East Tennessee State University: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 2-7, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 2, 10

Committee of 1000: XLVIII (December 1983), inside cover; XLIX (December 1984), 16; XLIX (Fall 1985), 17; L (Spring 1986), 14; L (Summer 1986), 18, P; LI (Spring 1987), 9; LVIII (Spring 1995), 19; 900th membership: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17; met $1 million goal for its scholarship endowment in FY 1993-94: LVII (1994), 17

Committee on Alternative Scheduling for University School: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4

Communication department: XLVI (March 1982), 2, 5; XLVII (September 1983), 4; XLVIII (December 1984), 7; XLIX (March 1985), 7; XLIX (Summer 1985), 13; accredited by Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass

Communications: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17

Communicative Disorders department: XLIV (September 1980), 2; XLVI (June 1982), 17

Commuting Student Service Center: XLVII (March, 1983), 4

Computer Center: XXXV (Fall 1970), 9; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 7

Computer conference at ETSU: LI (Fall 1987), 16

Computer Department: XLVI (December 1981), 5

Computer graphics: LVII (1994), 6-7

Computer Laboratory: XLVI (December 1981), 6; new location on first level of D. P. Culp University Center: LVIII (Spring 1995), 5

Computer Science department--undergraduate program accredited by the Computer Science Accreditation Commission of the Computing Science Accreditation Board: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Computer Service office: XXXV (Fall 1970), 8; XLVIII (June 1984), 12

"Concrete Canoe" competition (Gold Hill, N.C.): LIX (fall 1996), 10 [p]

Congress for International Students: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Coney, Ran: XLIII (June/July 1979), 5, P

Conn, George M., Jr.: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Construction Management Association Club: LIX (fall 1996), 10

Continuing Education Center: LXI (Spring 1998), 6

Continuing Education, College of : XXXVII (Spring 1973), 7; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5

Continuing Education, School of: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 10; XLII (Fall 1977), 4; XLVII (December 1982), 6

Continuing Education program: XXXIV (Spring 1970), 3; XXXV (Fall 1970), 39; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 7; XLII (Fall 1977), 4

Continuing Studies--new school established at ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 11

Continuous Improvement program: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Contracts and Grants, Office of: XLII (Fall 1977), 4; XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLIV (June 1980), 2; XLVII (June 1983), 2; XLIX (Summer 1985), 8

Cook, Fred--won 400 meters in 1995 Southern Conference Championships: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Cook, Lawrence, '57 director of research and development at R. J. Reynolds International: LI (Fall 1987), 11, P

Cook, William H.: (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 5, P

Cookbook (ETSU): LXI (Spring 1998), 11

Co-Op Program: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 6; XLII (Winter 1978), 6; XLIV (December 1979), 11; XLV (December 1980), 5; XLVII (September 1983), 5

Cooper Annex: XLIV (June 1980), 13, P

Cooper Hall: XI (Fall 1946); XXIV (Summer 1960); XXX (Spring 1966), 7

Cooper, Morton: XLII (Fall 1977), 4, P

Cooper, Samuel: XXXIV (Winter 1970), 18, P

Cope, Quill E.: XX (Summer 1956), P

Copeland, Jean: XLVIII (September 1984), 5, P

Copeland, Rebecca Jean: (A) XLI (Winter 1977), 7, P

Copeland, T. P.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11; (A)--remembrances of President Burgin E. Dossett: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 7

Corbitt, Dr. Mary, visiting professor of excellence from Louisiana State: LI (Summer 1987), 17

Cornett, Stephanie: (S) XLV (December 1980), 10, P

Cornwell, Phyllis: (A) XXXIV (Spring 1970), 10, P

Corporation for National Service--contributed funding toward establishment of Northeast Tennessee Consortium for Service Learning: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) ETSU won six awards in the Council's District III 1989 Communications Awards Competition: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 19; bronze award for Individual Alumni Programs and Projects given to ETSU (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 5

Courtney, Guy, '55--fiscal operations officer at the Library of Congress until his death on November 22, 1989: (O) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 8

Cowart, Marsha: (S) XLVII (March 1983), 13, P; XLVII (June 1983), 22

Cowden, Ronald R. (A): XL (Fall 1975), 3, P

Cowell, Joe: XLVII (June 1983), 5, P

Cox, Cora R.: (A) XL (Summer 1976), 7, P; XLI (Spring 1977), 1, P

Cox, Doris Jean Robinson: (A) XLI (Spring 1977, 6, P; XLVIII (June 1984), 13, P

Cox, Elizabeth, poet, fiction writer and Duke University teacher: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Cox, R. B.: IV (Spring 1939); X (Summer 1946)

Cozad, Denis--part-time staff member, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Crabtree, Lou, Abingdon, Virginia writer: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Crail, Dale: XLII (Fall 1977), 4, P

Cramer, Floyd, Honorary Alumnus: LI (Spring 1987), 11, P

Crane, Ray T. (A): XXXVII (Fall 1972), 10, P

Craven, Richard W.: XLIII (October 1979), 11

Crawford, Leroy, '87, 69-year old ETSU graduate: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 11, P

Crawford, Robert Gunn: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 10, P; (O) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 15, P

Crawford, Thomas Franklin--Who's Who Among America's Teachers for 1994: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Cresswell, Arthur: XXXV (Summer 1971), 21

Crime on campus--ETSU has 15th safest campus in U.S.: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17

Criminal Justice department: XLV (December 1980), 14; XLVII (June 1983), 4

Criminal justice, master of arts degree approved: LII (Winter 1988), 17

Crocker, Julian: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P; XLIX (Summer 1985), 21, P

Crockett, David--District Attorney, First Judicial Circuit: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Crofts, Richard A.: XLVIII (December 1984), 10, P

Cronin, Patrick, actor: holds Wayne G. Basler Chair of Excellence for the Integration of the Arts, LXII (Spring 1999), 15

Crosby, Gene, '56--patent examiner with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 3, P

Cross, Adam--1995 Southern Conference 2nd team (baseball): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Cross country: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 21; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 20; XLIII (March 1979), 19; XLVII (December 1982), 21; L (Winter 1986), 16; LVI (Winter 1993), 6-7

Cross country (men) Buccaneers won 11th Southern Conference title (1990) in the last 13 years: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; Buccaneers finished 8th in 1991 NCAA Cross Country Championships: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Cross country (women): XLV (December 1980), 18; LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18

Cross Enrollment Program: XLIV (September 1980), 2

Crouch, Wayland: (A) L (Winter 1986), 5, P

Crowe, Dewey "Rusty", II, '74-- alumni notable, appointed assistant commissioner for Tennessee Department of Corrections: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 18, P; assistant commissioner of youth and community service, Tennessee Department of Correction: LII (Spring 1988), 5, P

Crowe, Sarah Barron, '78, '82 MS, ' MD--post-doctoral fellow, Vanderbilt University: LII (Spring 1988), 5, P

Croy, Perrin T.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Crumley, Brig. Gen. Dennis V., '61-- assistant commandant of the U. S. Army's Armor School and deputy commanding general at Fort Knox, Kentucky: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 11, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; one of six general officers commissioned at ETSU: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Culp, D. P.: XXXII (Winter 1968), 20; XXXII (Spring 1968), 14, P; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 7, P; XLI (Fall 1976), 9, P; XLIX (March 1985), 4, P

Culp, Martha: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 10, P

Cunningham, Karen Denise: (S) XLVIII (December 1983), 1, P

Curriculum internationalization: LI (Fall 1987), 5

Curtain, Tommy: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 14, P

Curtis, James: XLIX (March 1985), 4, P

Curtis, Lawrence R.--chair, dept. of environmental health: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

Curtiss, Ken: (A) XLVI (June 1982), 9

Curtiss, Pamela S. (A): (S) XLVI (March 1982), 7; XLVI (June 1982), 16; XLVII (December 1982), 5

Cusack, Neil, '75-- (S) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 12, P; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 20; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 7, P; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 10, P; (A) XLI (December 1979), 15, P; ETSU runner won NCAA Cross Country Championship (1972) and Boston Marathon (1974): LVI (Winter 1993), 7, 9; printing executive in Limerick, Ireland: LIX (fall 1996), 21 [p]

Czuchry, Dr. Andrew J.--chairholder, AFG Industries Chair of Excellence in Business and Technology: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 5, P; LIX (Spring 1996), 3; LX (Fall 1997), 14-15

 
 
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D. P. Culp University Center: XLI (Fall 1976), 2-7, P

Dalton, Beverly--Lady Buccaneer indoor track team member: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18

Daniel, Thomas N.: XXXVIII (Fall 1972), 22, P; (O) XLV (December 1980, 23

Daniels, George H., '59--author of American Science in the Age of Jackson: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Daniels, Sylvia: (S) XLIV (December 1979), 12, P

Darlene, Robin: (S) XLVIII (December 1983), 1, P

Darling, Robert W.: XXV (Winter 1961), 7, P

Darnell, Debbie: (S) XL (Summer 1976), 5, P

Darter, Jeff (A): (S) XLIX (March 1985), 8

Daughters of Canaan: A Saga of Southern Women: LVIII (Spring 1995)8

Davenport, Jill, '80 (A)--special projects supervisor with Holston Valley Hospital and Medical Center: (A) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 12

David E. Walker Indoor Track--indoor track at Mini-Dome named for track and cross country head coach Dave Walker: LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Davidson, Evelyne, MD '87--one of two black female primary-care physicians in Knox County, Tenn.: LIX (spring 1996)13 [p]; LX (Fall 1997), 7, P

Davis, Burleigh: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 21, P

Davis, Curtis, '56--patent examiner with the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 3, P

Davis, Hugh T.: XXXVI (Winter 1972), 6, P

Davis, James Taylor (A): XXXIV (Fall 1969), 30, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973)12, P; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 2, P

Davis, Joe, '41--mayor of Huntsville, Alabama, 1968-88: (A) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 15, P

Davis, Dr. Mack P., (A): XXIII (Fall 1958); XXXIV (Spring 1970), 1, P; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 6, P; XLV (September/October 1981), 4, P; president of ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15; Honorary Alumnus (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4; remembrances of President Burgin E. Dossett: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 6-7

Davis, Pam--new women's tennis coach: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27

Davis, Ronnie E., '65, Tennessee state representative: (A) LII (Spring 1988)6, P

Davoren, Patrick--Buccaneer cross country team member named to All-Southern Conference team (1991): (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Dawson, Donald: (O) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 23

Day, Robert Owen: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 19-20, P; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

Day, Ronnie--edited South Pacific Diary, 1942-1943: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

Deaf Program: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 13; XXXV (Spring 1971), 16

Dean, Harvey, (A): XXXVI (Spring 1972), 11, P; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 6, P

Dean, Richard: (O) XLIX (March 1985), 15

Deavenport, Earnest W., Jr.--exeuctive, Eastman Chemical Company: LXI (Spring 1998), 12; Honorary Alumni award LXII (Fall 1999), 7

Debate team: XXVIII (Spring 1964); XXX (Springs 1966), 22; XXXII (Spring 1968), 8; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 8

DeBoe, F. C., Mrs: LVII (1994), 21

Deborah Jean Brightly Memorial Art Scholarship: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 18

DeCastro, Troy, selected to 1986 Southern Conference All-Academic team: (S) LI (Spring 1987), 10, P

DeChellis, Ed--men's basketball coach: LIX (spring 1996), 18 [p]; LIX (fall 1996), 19

Deleat, Charles F. "Chuck": XLIII (October 1979), 12, P

Dennis, Greg, Southern Conference Freshman of the Year (basketball, 1987-88): (S) LII (Spring 1988), 15, P Buccaneer basketball player named to All-Southern Conference team: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 2-5, P Buccaneer basketball player: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11, P all-time scoring leader in men's basketball with 2,204 points: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6; (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

Densitometer, dual photon body, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 8, P

Dent, Mike: (S) XLV (June 1981), 18

Dental Hygiene Clinic Department: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 2, 4; XLVI (June 1972), 18

Dental Hygiene Program: XXXV (Summer, 1971), 17

Denton, Jimmy: LXI (Spring 1998), 7

Depew Scholarship--established in honor of Dr. Rex Denwil Depew: LVIII (Fall 1995), 11

Depew, Dr. Rex Denwil--honored by establishment of Depew Scholarship: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 11

Depew, Sara Margaret--established scholarship honoring the memory of her late husband, Dr. Rex Denwil Depew: LVIII (Fall 1995), 11, P

Derosier, Arthur H., Jr., (A): XXXII (Fall 1967), 5, P; XXXIV (Winter 1970)5, P; XXXV (Fall 1970), 6; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 6, P; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 10; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 6, P; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 2; XL (Spring 1976), 5; XLI (Winter 1977), 1, P; XLI (Spring 1977)2, P; XLII (Spring 1978), 5; XLVI (March 1982), 4, P

Derrick, Gene: Sports Hall of Fame, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Derryberry, Everett: XXXI (Summer 1967), 8, P

Development Office: XLI (Summer 1977), 6; XLIII (Fall 1978), 12; XLIII (March 1979), 9; XLV (June 1981), 17; XLV (September/October 1981), 5; XLVII (September 1983), 10

Dial, Vincent, '85: featured in NEA Today magazine, LXII (Spring 1999)10

Dibble, Chris--member of championship Buccaneer golf team: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P

Dickerson, Mary V.: (A) XXXIV (Winter 1970), 12

Dickey, James: XLVIII (June 1984), 7, P

Diehl, J. Richard, Jr., '73--three scholarships established in his memory: LIX (spring 1996), 15

Diehl, Janette Campbell, '50--Oustanding Alumna (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 12 [p]

Dietz, Barbara J.: 1998 Honorary Alumna: LXI (Fall 1998), 7

Dillon, Corky, '80, MD '93--Air Force pilot and physician: (A) LX (Spring 1997), 6, P

Dining Hall (original building): XXX (Fall 1965), 14, P

Dishner, Nancy, Dept. of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis: named director of Roan Scholars program, LXII (Fall 1999), 11, P

Dishner, Paul F.: XLII (Winter 1978), 2, P; XLIV (September 1980), 5, P

Distinguished Faculty Awards-- 1987: LI (Fall 1987), 17; 1989: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 18; 1992: LVI (Fall 1992), 19; 1996: LX (Spring 1997), 27 1997: LXI (Spring 1998), 12

Distinguished President's Trust Dinner (1995): LIX (spring 1996), 15 [p]; LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Distinguished President's Trust Society: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Distinguished Staff Award, 1987: LI (Fall 1987), 13

Doctoral Education: XXXV (Summer 1971), 15; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 5

Dodson, Melvin G.: XLIX (Summer 1985), 12

Dolder, Fred, '67--work with Olympics in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 6-7 [p]

Dole, Bob--Presidential candidate visited ETSU: LX (spring 1997), 10 [p]

Donahue, Phil (visited campus on September 2, 1981): XLV (Fall 1981), P

Donation History, 1981-91: LV (Fall 1991), 6

Dong, Ren Wei, visiting Chinese educator: LII (Winter 1988), 16, P

Donor recognition walls: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Donovan, James A., (A): (A) XLII (Summer 1978), 7, P; XLII (Fall 1978)10

Doran, Linda D.--associate vice president for academic affairs & dean of special programs: LX (spring 1997)27

Dortch, Chris, '78--associate editor and business manager of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Dossett, Burgin E., Dr.: XIV (Fall 1949); XXI (Fall 1956); XXIII (Fall 1958); XXIII (Spring 1959); XXIV (Summer 1960); XXXII (Winter 1968), 15-19, P; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 2, P; XLV (June 1981), 2, P; XLVII (March 1983), 14, P; XLIX (March 1985), 4, P; 90th birthday, February 2, 1987: LI (Spring 1987), 11, P; President Emeritus, 91st birthday February 2, 1988: LII (Spring 1988)18, P ETSU's 3rd President died March 131993): (O) Souvenir Ed. (1994)6-8, P

Dossett, Burgin E., Jr.: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 12; Sports Hall of Fame, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Dossett, Hunter Leigh: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 6, P

Dossett, Martha Gaskill, Mrs.--wife of ETSU President Emeritus Dr. Burgin E. Dossett, Sr., died in 1988: LIII (Winter 1989), 23

Dossett, Nell Jennings: (O) XXXVII (Spring 1973), 27, P

Dossett, Raynella Large: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Dossett Hall: XXX (Summer 1966), 22, P; XXXI (Winter 1967), 32, P

Doughty, Dick: XLVIII (March 1984), 9, P

Dougherty, Janine: (S) XL (Summer 1976), 5, P

Douglas, Billie Jean: (S) XXXII (Summer 1968), 23

Douglas, Harold W.: (A) XXXII (Winter 1968), 7, P

Douglas, Herschel L., Dr.: XLV (September-October 1981), 4, P; XLVIII (December 1983), 4; Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 4-5; resigned as dean of Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LII (Spring 1988), 20, P

Douglas, Wayne M.: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 2

Dove, George N., Dr., (A): XXIV (Spring 1960); XX (Winter 1961), 7, P; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 4, P; XXXV (Winter 1971)1, P; XLIII (June/July 1979), 8; board member of ETSU Retires Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15; emeritus dean of arts and sciences elected president of the Popular Culture Association: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 17, P writes books: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Dowd, Barry: XLVI (June 1982), 20, P; XLVI (September 1982), 12; XLVII (June 1983), 21

Doyle, Mildred E.: XXXII (Winter 1968), 6

Dr. Howell and Alice Sherrod Surgery Resident Research Fund: LVIII (Fall 1995), 11

Drinkard-Hawkshawe, Dorothy, Dr.--new chair of history department: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 16, P

Drinnon, Steven D. "Doug"--3rd Harry S. Truman Scholarship recipient in ETSU's history: (S) LVI (Fall 1992)23

Dropout prevention program funded--LX (Fall 1997), 13

Drumm, Don: LI (Winter 1987), 17

Duckworth, Lee, selected to 1986 Southern Conference All-academic team: (S) LI (Spring 1987), 10, P

Dudley, Reese--named to All-Southern Conference Freshman basketball team (1992): (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6

Dugger, James D., 1Lt.--killed in Vietnam (October 16, 1972): (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Dugger, Maggie: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Dugger, Margaret: (O) XLIII (June/July 1979), 21

Dugger, Wanda Blevins, '56, MA '67: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Dulaney, Brian: (S) LVIII (Fall 1995), 7, P

Dun, Nae--named chair and professor of pharmacology: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Duncan, David, Dr., visiting professor of excellence from Tennessee Wesleyan: LI (Summer 1987), 17, P

Duncan, John: XLIV (March 1980), 11, P

Duncan, Joy Wheeler: (A) XLIII (June/July 1979), 7

Dunham, Bill - member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988)9

Dunn, Edward Wesley, Dr.--former professor in department of communication died December 21, 1990: (O) LV (Fall 1991), 11

Dunn, Winfield: XXXV (Summer 1971), 1

Dupree, Adora--volunteer producer, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Dyer, Allen, Dr.--appointed Chair of Department of Psychiatry in James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LVI (Fall 1992), 23, P

Dyer, Wayne: XLVIII (December 1984), 10, P

Dykeman, Wilma-- XLVIII (March 1984), 9, [p]; commencement speaker (May 1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 19, [p]; Presidential Distinguished Lecturer (1996): LIX (spring 1996), 8

Dykes, Archie R.: (A) XXX (Spring 1966), 5, P; XXXV (Fall 1970), 2, P; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 19, P

Dykes, Greg (A): L (Winter, 1986), 2

Dykes, Jimmy: (S) XLIII (Fall 1978), 19, P

Dzvonik, Mike: (S) XXXII (Summer 1968), 23, P

 
 
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E. T. Action Line: (S) XXXV (Winter 1971), 12

Eaglin, Carolyn, J. D.--featured speaker during Black History Month (February 1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991)16

Earnest, Ada Hornsby: III (Fall 1937); XX (Fall 1955); XXI (Fall 1956); XXVIII (Winter 1964), 22; XLIII (March 1979), 2; (O) XLVI (March 1982), 23, P

Earnest, Arthur T.: XXVII (Spring 1963), 9

"East Tennessee" - album released by ETSU Bluegrass Band: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9, P

East Tennessee State University--A University's Story, 1911-1980: LV (Fall 1991), 3; LVI (Fall 1992)21

East Tennesee State University--history: LXII (Fall 1999), 14-17

East Tennessee State University/University of Tennessee at Kingsport--new name for Kingsport University Center: LVII (1994), 24

Eastman Center for Nutrition Research-- dedicated in November 1990 at James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 10, P; LIX (spring 1996), 10-11

Eastman Chemical Company-- XXXIV (winter 1970), 10; XXXVI (fall 1971), 12; employs 700 ETSU graduates: LIX (spring 1996), 10

Eastman Invitational: XLV (March 1981), 14; XLVI (December 1981), 18; XLVI (March 1982), 18; XLVII (December 1982), 20; XLVII (March 1983), 10; XLVIII (March 1984), 13; XLVIII (December 1984), 20; XLIX (March 1985), 12

Eastman Kodak: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 13; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 9

Eastman Kodak Company's Educational Aid Program for 1988 - $10,000 grant to ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988)15

Eastridge, Karen (A): (S) XLVI (September 1982), 13

Eblen, Abby, ETSU student appointed to State Board of Regents: (S) LI (Summer 1987), 16, P

Ecological Caregiving for Home Outcomes (Project ECHO): LIII (Winter 1989), 19, P

Economic impact of ETSU--ETSU contributed over $128.5 million in business volume within the local economy during 1987-88 fiscal year: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19

Economic Summit showcases regional synergy: LXI (Fall 1998), 21

Economics department: XXX (Spring 1966), 5; XXXV (Summer 1971), 31; XLI (Winter 1977), 3; XLII (Fall 1977)2; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Education Building: XXXIII (Fall 1968), 40, P; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 5

Education, College of-- XXX (Summer 1966), 15; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 9; XLV (March 1981), 5; XLV (June 1981), 11; XLVI (March 1982), 7; XLIX (March 1985), 1; denied reaccreditation by National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (October 1992): LVI (Winter 1993), 16 attempt to regain accreditation by National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education in 1995: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4; reaccredited by NCATE: LIX (fall 1996)9

Education, Department of: X (Spring 1946); XXII (Winter 1958); XXIII (Fall 1958); XXVI (Spring 1962), 9; XXVII (Spring 1963), 7; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 5; XXIX (Winter 1965), 13; XXX (Spring 1966), 5, P; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 9; XXXV (Summer 1971), 21; XXXVI (Fall 1971)5, 9; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 10; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973)13; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 3; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 2; XLII (Fall 1977)6; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Education Clinic: XI (Fall 1946)

Educational Specialist Program: XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 3

Edward N. Backus Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Edwards, Charles: XLV (March 1981), 5, P

Edwards, Guy, M/SGT: (O) XXX (Winter 1966), 21

Edwards, Joellen B.-- Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Family/Community Nursing: LVI (Fall 1992), 6P; appointed Dean of the College of Nursing: LVII (1994), 5, P; dean of the college of nursing & interim vice president for health affairs: LX (Spring 1997), 10, p, 27p

Eggers, Isaac "Ike", '27: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 14-15, P

Eggers, Lenoir Weeks, '27: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 14-15, P

Ejlali, Majid: (A) XXXV (Fall 1970), 39, P

Elderhotel Program: XLV (September/October 1981), 10

Eliassen, Reuben H.: XXVI (Fall 1961), 14, P; XXVI (Spring 1962), 9, P; XXXI (Fall 1966), 15, P; (O) XLIV (December 1979), 22, P

Elizabeth Slocumb Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Elkins, Larry--new associate dean and assistant vice president for finance and administration, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LIII (Winter 1989), 20, P

Elkins, Martha Sue Schild: (A) XLVI (March 1982), 8, P; XLVI (June 1982)12, P

Ella V. Ross Music Scholarship Endowment: LV (Fall 1991), 6

Eller, Ben F.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Eller, Oliver Eugene, Dr., Jr.,: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 8, P

Ellery, John B.: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 15

Ellington, Buford: XXXIII (Fall 1968), 5, P

Ellington Hall: XXV (Summer 1961), 15, P; XXX (Summer 1966), 12, P

Elliott, Lizanne--family nurse practitioner with Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine's Johnson City Family Medicine Associates: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 8

Ellis, James--$193,000 from his estate to be used to benefit Kingsport University Center Library: LV (Fall 1991), 6

Ellis, Jimmy: (A) XLVIII (December 1984), 17

Ellis, Richard F. "Dick": (A) XXXI (Summer 1967), 27, P; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 9, P; director of WETS-FM died February 71993: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 13, p

Ellis, Shirley, '65, MA '70--1993 Tennessee High School Principal of the Year: (S) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 16P

Emison, Tony, M.D., '84--alumni service award in medicine: LX (Fall 1997), 7

Emmel, Dan (A): XLVII (December 1982), 14, P; XLVII (June 1983), 18

Employee giving at ETSU; LVIII (Spring 1995), 17

Encyclopedia of Appalachia: LIX (fall 1996), 9

Endowed Scholarships--those with a minimum of $50,000 in endowments: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Endowments: LVIII (Spring 1995), 17

Engle, Amy-- named to All-Southern Conference basketball squad: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 14 [p] Southern Conference basketball player of the year: LIX (spring 1996), 19 [p]

English, Rodney: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

English and Language Building: XXIV (Summer 1960); XXV (Fall 1960), 5, P; XXV (Winter 1969), 6, 9, P

English department: X (Summer 1946); XVIII (Spring 1954); XXV (Summer 1961)11; XXVI (Fall 1961); XXVI (Winter 1962), 6, 10; XXVII (Fall 1962), 7; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 4; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 15; XXX (Spring 1966), 16; XXXII (Winter 1968), 7; XXXII (Summer 1968), 11; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 9; XXXV (Fall 1970), 7; XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXV (Summer 1971), 15; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 20; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 1, 14, 31; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6; XL (Fall 1975), 4, 5; XLI (Spring 1977), 22; XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLIII (June 1979), 21; XLVII (December 1982), 3; XLVIII (September 1984), 5; XLVIII (December 1984), 7; XLIX (March 1985), 7; XLIX (Summer 1985), 13; sponsored teachers institute on children's fantasy literature, summer 1988: LII (Summer/Fall 1988)14, P; becoming sport literature center: LVI (Winter 1993), 9

Enrollment, Fall 1987, largest in ten years: LI (Fall 1987), 17; LII (Winter 1988), 15; predictions: LII (Winter 1988)15; topped the 11,000 mark for fall semester 1988: LIII (Winter 1989), 20; reached record level of 11, 570 during fall semester 1989: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19; statistics for fall semester 1990: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15; surpassed the 12,000 mark for the first time in history (fall 1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4; topped 12,000 mark for 2nd time in ETSU's history (Fall 1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 20

Ensemble, Men's: performs at American Choral Directors Association national convention in Chicago, LXII (Spring 1999)12

Environmental Health department: XXIX (Summer 1965), 12; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 11; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 16; XXXV (Summer 1971), 17, 23; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 22; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 18; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XLI (Fall 1976), 12; XLII (Fall 1977), 7; XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLV (December 1980), 3; XLVI (June 1982), 19

Environmental Health Scholarship: XLVII (December 1982), 19

Ephraim, John: XLIII (October 1979), 3; retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Epsilon Pi Tau: XXX (Spring 1966), 11

Equitation: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 3

Erna P. Kaldegg Memorial Lectureship fifth address delivered by The Honorable Colin Stamp: LIII (Winter 1989), 20, P; 6th address delivered in 1990 by Dr. Harry James Cargas: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15, P

Essin, Emmett M., III (A): XXXII (Summer 1968), 9, P; XXXV (Fall 1970)7: XLI (Fall 1976), 8, P; XLIII (March 1979), 6, P; LX (Fall 1997), 26

ETSU at Bristol-- off-campus center opened July 1995: LVIII (Fall 1995), 7, P; LIX (fall 1996), 10

ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19

ETSU Bluegrass Band - released album entitled "East Tennessee": LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9, P; LVIII (Spring 1995), 4 performs at Kennedy Center for the Arts, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

ETSU Cancer Center at Johnson City Medical Center: established, LXII (Fall 1999), 12

ETSU Choir: performs in Europe: LXI (Fall 1998), 16

ETSU Chorale: LXI (Spring 1998), 11

ETSU Commitment:- LVIII (Spring 1995), 17

ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15, P

ETSU Today - fall 1987 issued received American Advertising Federation's Deep South District merit award: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 17; fall 1987 issue designated honorable mention winner from National School Public Relations Association: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 17

ETSU/UT at Kingsport-- new name for Kingsport University Center: LVII (1994), 24; LIX (fall 1996), 9 [p]

ETSU Wind Ensemble-- invited to perform in Dublin, Ireland: LVIII (Spring 1995), 20; compact disc production: LX (spring 1997), 15

Evans, David C., '65: (A) XLI (Winter 1977), 7, P; Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Corrections, Atlanta, Georgia: LIII Winter 1989), 5, P

Evans, Eleanor Roberts: (A) XXXI (Summer 1967), 31

Evening and Summer School, Office of: XLVII (September 1983), 4

Evernden, William: XLIX (March 1985), 7; XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Everett, Anita Smith, '85: named Inspector General for Virginia Dept. of

Mental Health and Mental Retardation facilities, LXII (Spring 1999), 10; Distinguished Alumni in Medicine Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 7, P

Ewalt, Hettie: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14, P

EXPLORATIONS, "The Research Magazine of East Tennessee State University", inaugural issue, 1987: LI (Fall 1987), 16, P

 
 
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F. B. I.: XVI (Fall 1951); XVI (Spring 1952); XXVII (Winter 1963), 10

F. Heisse Johnson Endowment Fund--scholarship fund for Quillen College of Medicine students: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 21

Faculty (1911-12): XXV (Spring 1961), 15, P

Faculty achievements: LX (spring 1997), 28

Faculty and staff appointments: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20

Faculty Award: XXXI (Winter 1967), 14; XXXII (Summer 1968), 23

Fall Golf Classic: LXII (Spring 1999), 11

Falls, John (A): (A) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 4

Falls, John, Jr.: XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Families First--ETSU helping to administer: LX (spring 1997), 12

Family Day: XLVIII (December 1983), 4; XLVIII (December 1984), 9

Family Medicine Associates: SEE: Johnson City Family Medicine Associates

Family Practice Center, Johnson City, relocating to campus location in April 1988: LII (Winter 1988), 15, P

Farmer, Michelle--daughter of Buccaneer basketball coal Alan LeForce (A): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 4

Farnsworth, Clyde H., Dr., Jr., '60, MA '61: (A) L (Winter, 1986), 8, P; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 4, P; executive director of the Division of Federal Bank Operations for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 7, P; National Alumni Association vice president (1995-96): LVIII (Fall 1995), 17

Farrington, Jeff--named football defensive coordinator: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Faulds, Scott--Buccaneer cross country runner: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18

February Hill: XXXII (Winter 1968), 16-17, P

Federal Job Information Computer system: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 10

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center: XLV (June 1981), 15

Felker, Lon S., Dr. - new director of master of city management program at ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 16, P; director of master of public management program: LVIII (Fall 1995), 10

Fellowship: XVII (Fall 1952); XXV (Winter 1961), 7; XXV (Summer 1961), 7; XXXV (Winter 1971), 17; XLIII (Fall 1978), 21

Fendt, Paul, Dr., appointed director of continuing education: LI (Fall 1987), 16, P; dean of the new school of Continuing Studies at ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 11, P

Fenimore, Aaron--ETSU football player saved three people from drowning in the Nolichucky River: (S) LVIII (Fall 1995), 20

Ferguson, Harold: XLVIII (September 1984), 5

Ferrell, Earl: (A) XLVIII (September 1984), 11, P; former ETSU football player and professional football player for St. Louis Cardinals: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 16, P

Ferrigan, Mary Jo--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Fickes, Angie--Lady Buc All-Southern Conference Tournament squad member: LX (spring 1997), 18 [p]

Field, Frank: XIII (Summer 1949); XIV (Fall 1949); (O) XVIII (Spring 1954)

Fillers, Donald J., Capt.--killed in Vietnam (May 27 or 28 1965): (A) (O) XXIV (Summer 1965), 5, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Finance and Marketing Department: XLIV (June 1980), 10

Financial Aid: (S) XXXIX (Winter 1975), 3

Finchum, George A. (A): (A) XXXIV (Spring 1970), 4; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 22, P; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

Fincher, John A.: XXXV (Winter 1971), 6, P

Fine Arts Department: XXVI (Winter 1962), 14

Finucane, Mark: (A) XLVIII (June 1984), 20, P; Sports Hall of Fame, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Firmat, Gustavo Perez--Basler chairholder (1997): LIX (fall 1996), 26

First American National Bank, donated PDP 11-70 computer to ETSU: LII (Winter 1988), 3, P

First - Athletic trophy: XLIII (Fall 1978), 17

First-Bachelor's Degree (ETSC 1926): XXV (Summer 1961), 4, P

First-Baseball All-American: XXXII (Summer 1968), 27

First-Black Artists to be represented in the permanent collection at the Carroll Reece Museum: XLV (June 1981), 20

First-Black to receive a degree from ETSU: XLIV (March 1980), 22

First-Closed Circuit Educational T.V. Program: XXV (Summer 1961), 10, P

First-Doctoral Degrees in ETSU (Conferred): XXXVI (Summer 1972), 5

First-Faculty (1911-12); XXV (Spring 1961), 15, P

First-Family (President Beller's): XLV (March 1981), 6

First-Family Day: XLVIII (December 1983), 4

First-Female graduate at ETSU to become a Dentist: XLVI (December 1981), 12

First-Field Team: I (Summer 1936)

First-Physcial Therapy graduating class: LXI (Spring 1998), 10

First-President: XXV (Winter 1961), 12

First-President's Home: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 8, P

First-Professional Bike Race: XLV (Fall 1981)

First-ROTC graduate to head the department: XLVI (March 1982), 3, P

First-Student in 1911: (S) XXVI (Fall 1961), 13, P

First-Track Team: I (Summer 1936)

First-Woman CPA: XXXII (Winter 1968), 30

First-Woman ROTC: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 11, P

First-Women ROTC Graduates: XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 7

Fisher, James: XLVIII (December 1984), 2

Fisher, Jenet: XLIX (March 1985), 4, P

Fisher, Leroy: (A) XXXVI (Fall 1971), 25, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 22, P

Fisher, William J.: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 11, p

Fit Kids/Fit Seniors--sponsored by ETSU and The Paty Co.: LIX (spring 1996), 9

"FIT KIDS" program for elementary school children: LII (Winter 1988), 16, P

Fitts, Jonathan F. - member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 4, P

Fitzgerald, John-Paul--member of championship Buccaneer golf team: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P

Flagship Club: XLIX (Fall 1985), 25

Flaherty, Larry, 2nd place winner in VersaCAD Corporation's "Excellence by Design" competition: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 3

Flake, Jacqueline W.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Flanagan, Kay: (S) XLIII (October 1979), 14, P

Fleming, Charlie: (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 15, P

Fleming brothers, Kingsport, Tennessee, four members of ETSU Marching Band: (S) LI (Fall 1987), 15, P

Flora, Rudy: (S) XXXV (Summer 1971), 17; (A) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 22, P

Floyd Cramer Music Scholarship Fund: LI (Spring 1987), 11

Floyd Cramer Scholarship: XLVI (December 1981), 2

Floyd, Kenneth B.: XXXI (Summer 1967), 10, P

Flynn, Ray, '79-- (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 17; XLIX (March 1985), 12, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 7; owner of Flynn Sports Management: LIX (fall 1996), 6 [p]; elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Fogil, Debbie: XLIII (October 1979), 16, P

Folk Festival: XXXV (Fall 1970), 7

Folklore Society-- XXVI (Winter 1962), 6; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8

Fontaine, Harry E., Jr.: named honorary alumni, LXII (Fall 1999), 6, P

Food systems management (FSM) program: LIX (spring 1996), 16

Football-- XXVII (Winter 1963), 6; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 9-10; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 14; XXX (Winter 1966), 9; XXX (Spring 1966), 7; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 18; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 11; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9, 15; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 9; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 1; XL (Spring 1976), 10; XLI (Spring 1977), 14, 15; XLII (Fall 1977), 14; XLIII (Fall 1978), 19; XLIII (March 1979), 13; XLIV (December 1979), 18; XLV (June 1981), 18; XLVII (March 1983), 12; XLVIII (September 1984), 11; XLVIII (December 1984), 19; XLIX (Fall 1985), 10; L (Spring 1986), 16; LI (Fall 1987), 15; LII (Winter 1988), 5 [p]; LVI (Winter 1993), 8; LVII (1994), 20; 1995 schedule: LVIII (Spring 1995), 16; 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 19; 1996 signees: LIX (spring 1996), 19; 1996 outlook and schedule: LIX (fall 1996), 18; 1996 season: LX (spring 1997), 16-17; 1997 schedule: LX (spring 1997), 18 1997 outlook: LX (Fall 1997), 18 1997 highlights: LXI (Spring 1998), 11 1998 highlights: LXI (Fall 1998), 18 1999 signees and schedule: LXII (Spring 1999), 17 1999 outlook: LXII (Fall 1999), 18

Ford, Gerald R.--11th Presidential Distinguished Lecturer: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 9, P

Foreign Language department: III (Spring 1938); V (Spring 1940); XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 12

Foreign languages department, European study trips, 1987: LI (Spring 1987), 9

Foreign Student Affairs: XXXVI (Spring 1972), 11; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 2; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 9; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 6; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 9; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 15; XL (Summer 1976), 4

Foreign study tours: LI (Fall 1987), 5-6

Fortner, Huston, Jr.: XXXIV (Winter 1970), 18, P

Fortune, Deborah, Dr.--ETSU assistant professor of health education: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 8

Foundation-- XXXIV (Winter 1970), 3; XXXV (Winter 1971), 13; XLVIII (December 1983), 19; LVIII (Spring 1995), 18; annual meeting, May 1992: LVI (spring/summer 1992), 4 [p]; Annual Report, 1986-87: LI (fall 1987), between 12-13; Annual Report, 1989-90: LV (spring/summer 1991), between 12-13; Honor Roll of Donors, 1987-88: LIII (winter 1989), between 12-13; Honor Roll of Donors, 1988-89: LIV (winter/spring 1990), between 12-13; new officers, directors and members elected at annual board and membership meeting: LII (summer/fall 1988), 18; nominations sought: LI (spring 1987), 9; reached record fund-raising mark of $3 million in FY 1993-94: LVII (1994), 17; Research Award, 1987: LI (fall 1987), 17; Research Award, 1989: LIV (winter/spring 1990), 18; holdings reached $22 million in 1994-95: LIX (spring 1996), 16; $5 million raised in 1995-96: LIX (fall 1996), 16; annual report (1996): LIX (fall 1996), between pages 16 and 17; $26 million endowment: LX (spring 1997), 14 experiences growth LX (Fall 1997), 17 finishes year strong: LXII (Fall 1999), 10

"Four and More"--Buccaneer basketball team (men) won 4th straight Southern Conference Tournament Championship and a 4th consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6

Fowler, Flora C.: (A) XXXI (Spring 1967), 9, P; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 8, P

Fowler, Jack W., '57 inducted into The Printing Impressions Hall of Fame, 1987: LII (Spring 1988), 12, P

Fox, David, Dr., visiting professor of excellence from University of Tennessee: LI (Summer 1987), 17, P

Fox, George E.: (O) XXXIII (Fall 1968), 22, P

Fox, Robert: XLIX (March 1985), 7

Foxworth, Mark: (S) XLIV (June 1980), 18, P

Frampton, Mac, concert at Culp University Center, April 22, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 17, P

Frank, Harold: XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Franklin, Eugene D., Capt.--killed in Vietnam (June 23 or 24, 1965): (A) (O) XXIX (Summer 1965, 5, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Franklin, Ozro K.: XXXVII (Spring 1973), 6, P

Franks, Ronald D.--recommended as new vice president and dean, Quillen College of Medicine: LX (Fall 1997), 12

Franzus, Bettylene, M.S., '75--grandmother claims national "healthy aging" award: LX (Fall 1997), 11

Franzus, Boris: XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6; (O) XLIX (Fall 1985), 13

Franternal Order of Eagles, contribution to Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Fall 1987), 18, P

Fraternal Order of Eagles--contribution to Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine for research: LIII (Winter 1989), 16

Frazier, Roy: (A) XXXVI (Spring 1972), 14

Fred C. Ward Memorial Fund: XXXIX (Spring 1975), 15

Freedom Hall Civic Center (Johnson City, Tenn.)--permanent site for the Southern Conference Women's basketball tournament: LVI (Winter 1993), 11

Freeman, Algeania W., Dr., new dean of School of Public and Allied Health: LI (Fall 1987), 9, P

Frey, Calvin: XXXIV (Winter 1970), 24, P

Friend, Jewell A.: XLVII (June 1983), 2, P

Frierson, James G.: XLII (Fall 1977), 6, P

Frierson, James G., Dr.,--author of Employer's Guide to the Americans with Disabilities Act: LVI (Fall 1992), 20

Frist, Sen. Bill--May 1997 commencement speaker: LX (Fall 1997), 12

Fritz, Stephen G.-- author of Frontsoldaten: The German Soldier in World War II: LIX (spring 1996), 14, 27 [p]; 1996 Distinguished Faculty Award for Research: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]

Fromhart, Wallace L.: XLVII (March 1983), 3, P

Fromhart, Wally (A): XLVIII (March 1984), 2

Fry, Cameron: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, P

Fry, H. Keener, Jr.--new director of intercollegiate athletics: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, P

Fry, Harry: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, P

Fry, Kristn Clark: (A) XLII (Fall 1977), 5, P; XLVIII (March 1984), 6, P

Fry, Joseph: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, P

Fry, Lisa: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, P

Fry, Lois: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, P

Fubar the Robot: LI (Winter 1987), 21

Fugate, Kyle: (S) XLIX (Summer 1985), 11, P

Fulbright Scholars at ETSU: LII (Spring 1988), 16, P; LI (Fall 1987), 5-7, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 14, P; LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Fuldauer, Lawrence B.: XLIII (October 1979), 3

Fuller, Neta: XXV (Winter 1961), 15, P

Fulmer, Barbara, '81, first Truman Scholar at ETSU: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 18, P

Fulton, Patty Smithdeal: (A) L (Spring, 1986), 5, P

Furniss, William E., Pentagon special assistant for strategic defense and space arms control, debater, ETSU public forum, April 6, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

 
 
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Gage, Bobby--member of 1989 championship Buccaneer golf team: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P

Galbraith, John Kenneth, keystone speaker during inaugural International Week, April 18-22, 1988: LII (Spring 1988) 15, P

Gallagher, Dr. Michael T.--new chair of the department of health sciences: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14-15, P

Gallagher, Michael--Honors Program director: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 11; LVIII (1994), 18

Gallemore, Gail: XLVII (March, 1983), 4, P

Galloway, Byron, '67, MBA '69--senior evaluator with the General Accounting Office: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 4, P

Garhardt, Rodgers: XX (Spring, 1956), P

Garland, Calvin B.: XLI (Fall 1976), 8, P

Garland, Eleanor Anne: (O) XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 27

Garland, Nancy Lewis (A): XLVIII (December 1984), 2; XLIX (Fall 1985), 9

Garland, Teresa Wexler: (A) XLVI (December 1981), 13, P

Garland, Tom: (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 3, P; XLIV (September 1980), 8, 12, P; XLVIII (December 1984), 17

Garland, Thomas Jr., '59: (A) L (Winter 1986), 2, P; LI (Winter 1987), 3, 17; chancellor, Tennessee State Board of Regents: LII (Spring 1988), 4-5, P; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 4, P

Garland, Judge Walter: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 16, P

Garrett, George H.--scholarship established in Judge Garrett's memory: LX (Fall 1997), 17

Garrick, Tracy--assistant men's basketball coach: LIX (fall 1996), 19

Garriga, Jennifer--ETSU volleyball player named Southern Conference Player of the Year for second straight year: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 7-8, P

Garriga, Jennifer--awarded a $5,000 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship: (S) LVII (1994), 22, P

Garrison, Ellen B.: XLVI (September 1982), 3, P; XLVII (March 1983), 4

Garrity, Ethel B.--new director of office of research and sponsored programs: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 16, P

Gash, Blondie--mother of ETSU alumnus and professional football player Thane Gash: LVI (Winter 1993), 5-6, P

Gash, James--father of ETSU alumnus and professional football player Thane Gash: LVI (Winter 1993), 5-6, P

Gash, Thane, '88--professional football player with the San Francisco 49ers: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 1, 4-6, 10, P; Sports Hall of Fame: LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Gauley, Brian--member of championship Buccaneer golf team: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P

Geer, Major--Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 2-5, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11

Geer, Major: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

Gehre, Gerald L.: XLII (Fall 1977), 5, P

Gehre, Dr. Gerald L.--former director of administration named assistant vice president for administration: LIII (Winter 1989), 18, P

Gehre, Jerry--Associate vice President for Administration: LVIII (Spring 1995), 5

General education curriculum--applicable to first-time freshmen beginning in the fall semester 1995: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3; receives positive review: LX (Fall 1997), 12

General Science department: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 11; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

General Shale Brick--provided brick for Olympic stadium in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 8

Gentry, Solon: XXVII (Winter 1963), 11, P; (O) XLIII (October 1979), 22, P

Gentry, Susan Browne: (S) XXXI (Summer 1967), 11, P

Geographic Information System (GIS)--implemented at ETSU (August 18, 1993): LVII (1994), 7

Geography department: III (Summer 1938); XIX (Winter 1955); XX (Winter 1956); XXVI (Winter 1962), 5, 6; XXIX (Fall 1964), 14; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 1; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10, XLII (Winter 1978), 11, 13; XLIV (March 1980), 2; coordinating new GIS/Image Processing Lab at ETSU: LVII (1994), 7

Geology department: XXV (Winter 1961), 7; XXVI (Winter 1962), 5; XXIX (Fall 1964), 14; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXV (Winter 1971), 8; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

George L. Carter Award-- presented in 1990 to ETSU President Dr. Ronald E. Beller for ten years of service to the university: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 13 [p] (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13; awarded to Wayne G. Basler: LXI (Fall 1998), 7

George W. Kelly Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists: LIX (fall 1996), 9

George W. Kelly Scholarship Endowment--established to assist deserving journalism students in the department of communication: LVII (1994), 9

George Washington Bradley Loan Fund: XXXIV (Spring 1970), 9

Gerhardt, Carla, MD '91--one of two black female primary-care physicians in Knox County, Tenn.: LIX (spring 1996), 13 [p]

Germann Cup: See, Southern Conference Germann Cup

Ghobrial, Dr. Talaat, third Fulbright scholar at ETSU: LI (Spring 1987), 11

Ghobrial, Dr. Talat Mansour, Fulbright scholar from Ain-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt: LI (Fall 1987), 6, 7, P

Gibbs, David, '89--systems analyst in Data Systems Research and Development at Martin Marietta, Oak Ridge, Tenn.: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Gibson, Charles M., Jr.: (A) XL (Spring 1976), 15, P

Gibson, Cliff: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 25, P

Gibson, John: (A) XXXVI (Spring 1972), 8, P

Gibson, Mary Jane, M.D.--LX (Fall 1997), 7, P

Gibson, Roy C., Jr., (A): (A) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 8, P

Gift Shop (Tote'n Poke): XXXIV (Spring 1970), 6

Gifts to the University: XXII (Spring 1958); XXIV (Winter 1960); XXX (Fall 1965), 18; XXXI (Summer 1967), 17; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 6; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 10, P; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 8; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 15; XXXV (Fall 1970), 28; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 8; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 18; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 15; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 6; XLVIII (March 1984), 12; XLVIII (June 1984), 19; XLVIII (September 1984), 8; $2.7 million received by ETSU in 1990-91: LV (Fall 1991), 6; exceeds $16.8 million: LXI (Fall 1998), 16

Gilbert, Deanna, '61, alumni notable, named president-elect of Tennessee Education Association: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 20, P

Gilbert, Jack L.: (S) XL (Spring 1976), 7

Gilbreath, Allie Lou Felton: XXX (Winter 1966), 12, P; XXXI (Fall 1966), 14, P; (O) XLVIII (December 1984), 11

Gilbreath, Sidney G.-- VII (Summer 1942); XXI (Fall 1956); obituary--XXV (Winter 1961), 11, P

Gilbreath Auditorium: XL (Fall 1975), 2

Gilbreath Theatre: XL (Fall 1975), 2

Giles, Dr. Steve, clinical psychologist and chief of psychology service, VA Medical Center Hospital, Mountain Home, Tennessee: LII (Winter 1988), 16

Gill, Kevin--Buccaneer indoor track team member: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; Buccaneer cross country team member named to All-Southern Conference team (1991): LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Gilmer, Judy: (S)XL (Winter, 1976), 4, P

Girl's Letter Club: XIX (Winter 1955)

Glover, Kerri (A): (S) XLVII (September 1983), 8

Gold Link automated registration system: LIX (spring 1996), 9

Gold Society $500,000 Cumulative Giving: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Golden Buccaneer: XLIX (Fall 1985), 26

Golden Eagle Fund, contribution to Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Fall 1987), 18, P

Goldstein, Buford--granted "Honorary Alumni" status in 1994: LVII (1994), 13, P

Golf (men)-- XXVIII (Spring 1964), 16; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 13; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 13; XXXV (Winter 1971), 11; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 15; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 10; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 1, 11; XL (Fall 1975), 7; XL (Spring 1976), 16; XLI (Spring 1977), 15; XLIII (Fall 1978), 6, 16; XLIII (June/July 1979), 14; XLIV (December 1979), 15; XLV (March 1981), 16; L (Summer 1986), 16; LVI (Winter 1993), 7-8; LXI (Spring 1998), 17; LXII (Spring 1999), 16; Buccaneers placed 10th in NCAA East Regional, North Myrtle Beach, SC, May 25-27, 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P; Buccaneers placed 12th in NCAA National Championship tournament, Edmond, Oklahoma, Jun3 7-10, 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P; Buccaneers won Cavalier Classic title at University of Virginia, May 14, 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P; Buccaneers won Southern Conference Championship, April 18, 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P; Buccaneer golf team won third straight Southern conference title (1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; Buccaneers won 4th straight Southern Conference championship and advanced to NCAA Championships for second time in four years (1992): LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 8; team won Southern Conference championship and finished 12th nationally (1993-94): LVII (1994), 20, P; 1995 Southern Conference tournament champions: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19; ranked no. 1 in United States (spring 1996): LIX (spring 1996), 17 [p] 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 20 third at NCAA Men's Golf Championship (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 17 team goes to NCAA: LX (Fall 1997), 20

Golf (women)-- became ETSU's 15th sport in 1993: LVII (1994), 20; 3rd in 1995 Southern Conference tournament: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 20

Good, Linda, '69, public sector marketing consultant for IBM: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 9, P; alumni association president (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

"Good Old Girls": LIX (fall 1996), 11 [p]

Goodkin, Louis G.: (S) XXXI (Spring 1967), 18

Goodman, Donald Charles: XLVI (June 1982), 2, P

Goodson, Eddie: (S) XXXII (Summer 1968), 27, P; (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 23, P; ETSU baseball player and professional baseball player with the Lost Angeles Dodgers in the 1970s: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 10

Goodson, James Edward: (A) XLVI (March 1982), 20, P

Goulding, Dr. Clarence E., Jr.--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 4, P

Governor's School of Tennessee Studies at ETSU, 1987: LI (Fall 1987), 12, P

Governor's School for Tennessee Studies, 1988: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18, P

Graduate School: XVIII (Spring 1954); XXVI (Spring 1962), 9; XXVII (Winter 1963), 13; XXVII (Summer 1963), 7; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 4; XXIX (Spring 1965), 8; XXX (Summer 1966), 15; XXXI (Winter 1967), 13, XXXII (Fall 1967), 6; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 4; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 1; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 20; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 1; XL (Spring 1976), 7; XLIV (December 1979), 22; celebrates 50th anniversary, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Graham, Larry Charles: (A) XLVI (March 1982), 20, P

Grainer, Yvette--Lady Buc basketball player: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 14

Grant, Roger: (S) XLIV (June 1980), 18, P

Grant, Tunisia--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Graunke, W. Lloyd: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 13, P

Graunke, William Lloyd--former chairman of the department of communicative disorders (d. December 14, 1990): (O) LV (Fall 1991), 11

Gray, Ernest E.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 12, P

Gray, LeRoy (Football-Little All-American): (S) XXXI (Winter 1967), 20, P

Gray, Mary: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14, P

Gray, Velma Jean Byrd, Fund for Pediatric Diabetes: established: LXI (Fall 1998), 15

Graybeal, Austin C.: XXIX (Summer 1965), 7, P; (O) XXX (Winter 1966), 20

Graybeal, Capt. Daniel--died during Desert Storm operation (February 27, 1991): (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Greally, Frank: (A) L (Spring 1986), 4, P

Green, Henrietta Peck Ayre: XXIV (Winter 1960), P; (A) XXIX (Winter 1965), 17

Greene, Ben and Jeanne--gifts will create a scholarship endowment in memory of their son: (A) LV (Fall 1991), 6

Greene, Bill--Honorary Alumnus for 1990: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12, P

Greene, Charlotte: (A) XLIV (December 1979), 5, P

Greene, Cynthia Kaye: (S) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 7, P

Greene, Randy--entrepreneurial banker: LX (Fall 1997), 15

Greene, W. B., Jr.--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 4, P

Greene Valley Developmental Center, Greene County, Tennessee: LI (Spring 1987), 7, P

Greer, Colleen, '70--administrative specialist for the Office of Freely Associated State Affairs, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U. S. Department of State: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 4, P

Greer, Ronnie (A): (S) XXXVII (Spring 1973), 1, P

Greer, J. Ronnie, '74, Tennessee state senator, fifth annual John P. Lamb Jr. Memorial Lecturer: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 8, P; Tennessee state senator: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Gregg, Edna: XL (Fall 1975), 5, P

Gregg, Michelle--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15; 1995 Southern Conference Freshman-of-the-Year (women's outdoor track): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19; Track All-American: LXI (Spring 1998), 17

Greninger, Edwin T. (A): XXV (Summer 1961), 6, P; XXVII (Spring 1963), 9; XXXV (Summer 1971), 13, P; XLVII (March 1983), 3

Greninger, Gem: XLIX (March 1985), 7; XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Gresso, Martha B.--interim principal of University School (1995-96): LIX (fall 1996), 27

Griffin, Junius, '87, '87 MA, public relations, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia: LII (Spring 1988), 10, P; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5, P

Griffin, Junius, '87--delivered "Living with Dr. (Martin Luther) King and Living with His Legacy" speech (April 25, 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 16, P

Grinsell, P. J.--named "voice of the Bucs" for radio: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Grise, Strouther Wade: XXXI (Summer 1967), 10, P

Grisham, Isabelle, former English and Spanish teacher at ETSU: LII (Winter 1988), 6

Gross, John: (A) XLVI (March 1982), 3, P

Grube, Dr. M. Marshall--new chair of department of communicative disorders in the School of Public and Allied Health: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15-16, P

Guinn, Herman: (A) XV (Fall 1950)

Guinn, Herman B., BS '46--received alumni association Award of Honor (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

Guinn, Sylvia Joyce--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Gump, Louis: XLVII (June 1983), 13; donates $1 million for Roan Scholarships: LXI (Fall 1998), 17

Gymnasium: XXIX (Winter 1965), 14; XXX (Summer 1966), 8, P

Gymnastic Program: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8

Gymnastics: XLIV (June 1980), 17

 
 
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Hagaman, Dr. Sally, MA '79--professor of art at Purdue University: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Haggerty, Patti--director of advisement and counseling, School of Continuing Studies, ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 11

Hagy, James William, MA '66--author of The Jews of Colonial and Antebellum Charleston: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Hale, Ann--director of student services for Murfreesboro City Schools and volunteer coordinator of "Growing Healthy" for the American Lung Association of Tennessee: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 8

Hale, Banness: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 3, P

Hales, James A.: XLVIII (December 1984), 10, P

Hales, Dr. James--dean, School of Applied Science and Technology: LII (Winter 1988), 2, 4, P

Hales, James--Dean of the College of Applied Science and Technology: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Haley, Alex: L (Spring 1986), 8, P; LI (Winter 1987), 10

Haley, Alex--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5, P

Hall, Dr. Delbert L.,theater professor: designer and technical director for the theatre program: LI (Spring 1987), 6, P; pres., North American Association of Flying Effects Directors: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Hall, Ronota, M.D.--LX (Fall 1997), 7, P

Hallihan, Jim: XLII (Summer 1978), 7, P

Hamdy, Ronald C.-- chief of gerontology in internal medicine, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Fall 1987), 18; holder of Cecile Cox Quillen Chair of Medicine in Geriatrics and Gerontology: LVI (Fall 1992), 8, P; vice chair of the Council of the Southern Medical Association: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

Hamilton, Fred--named assistant football coach: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Hamilton, Jacque--Association of Conference and Events Directors-International award: LIX (fall 1996), 27

Hamilton, Paul--16th football coach at ETSU: LX (spring 1997), 18 [p]

Hamm, Dennis, Jr.: (S) XXXI (Spring 1967), 18

Hammaker, Atlee, Alumnotable: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 22, P

Hammaker, Atlee--ETSU alumnus and professional baseball player with the Kansas City Royals, Sand Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres, Chicago White Sox: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6, 10-11, P: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 21, P; Sports Hall of Fame: LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Hammond, George--operations director, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Hammond, Judith: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Hancock County School-Based Health Center: LIX (fall 1996), 10

Hankins, Norman E.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Harbin, Bobby, '74--assistant park manager, Warrior's Path State Park, Kingsport, Tenn.: (A) LVII (1994), 16, P

Harbison, Janice S.: (A) XXXII (Winter 1968), 24, P

Hardin, Bobby V., '68: LXII (Fall 1999), 8, P

Hardin, Dallas--executive director, Upper East Tennessee Educational Cooperative (UETEC): LVII (1994), 19

Hardin, Robert V.--named alumni board member (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

Hardin, Selene Skonie--adjunct professor of health at ETSU: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 8, P

Hardin, Yolanda Grindstaff, '69-- named alumni board member (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4; National Alumni Association secretary (1995-96): LVIII (Fall 1995), 17; alumni awards of honor: LX (Fall 1997), 4-5

Hardwig, John: XLIX (March 1985), 7

Harrell, David Edwin: XXIX (Fall 1964), 15

Harrell, David Edwin, Jr.: XXX (Spring 1966), 13, P

Harrell, Karen (A): (S) XLVII (June 1983), 7

Harris, Allen and Ruth--established Allen and Ruth Harris Chair of Excellence: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 8, P

Harris, Allen and Ruth, Chair of Excellence in Business: established, LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 8, P Allan D. Spritzer named to chair: LXII (Spring 1999), 15

Harris, Allen, Jr.,--died April 14, 1992: (O) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 3, P

Harris, Allen, J.: XLII (October 1979), 12, P

Harris, Edward B., B.S., '70-- entrepreneur: LX (Fall 1997), 14; 1998 Award of Honor: LXI (Fall 1998), 6

Harris, Ruth: (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P; XL (Spring 1976), 1, P; XL (Summer 1976), 11, P

Harris, Una: (A) XXXIII (Summer 1969), 13, P

Harris Garden: XLII (Fall 1977), 10

Harrison, Marie: XXXI (Fall 1966), 15, P

Hart, Lee--1995 Southern Conference all-tournament team (baseball): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Hartsell, Buddy, '59, MA '61: (A) XLVII (December 1982), 21

Hartsell, Gilbert: (A) XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 17, P; XLVIII (June 1984), 21

Hartsell, James: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Hartsell, Lester C.: XXV (Winter 1961), 4-5, P; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9

Hartsock, Evangeline: XXXV (Summer 1971), 21, P; (O) XLIII (March 1979), 23, P

Harwood, Judy--receptionist for WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Hasson, Kenneth: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

Hatfield, Bobby: XXX (Summer 1966), 23, P

Hathaway, Glenn H.: XXXV (Summer 1971), 17, P

Haun, Connie H. (A): (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 10, P; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 4, P

Haun, Connie Maloney, '33, award-winning poet: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 21, P

Hauser, Pat: (A) XL (Spring 1976), 10

Hawk, Becky (A): (S) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 14

Hawk, Kathy Milhorn, '68, MA '78--received Southeastern Art Educator of the Year award from National Art Education Association: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 10, P

Hawkins, C. Wayne, '57--Deputy Under Secretary for Health, Administration and Operations, Department of Veterans Affairs: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 17, P

Hawkins, Earle T.: XXXII (Summer 1968), 6, P

Hawkins, Stephanie--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15; one of Lady Bucs' first heptathletes: LVIII (Fall 1995), 18

Hawkins County Academic Health Care Center--opened in Rogersville, Tenn. (July 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 11

Haworth, D. Reley: VII (Summer 1942)

Hayden, Dr. Carlton--featured speaker during Black History Month (February 1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16

Haynes, Cindy (A): (S) XLIV (December 1979), 7

Hays, Lisa, '83--author of The Voice Within: A Workbook for Achieving Higher Consciousness: LIX (spring 1996), 14

Hays, Mahala: XXXV (Summer 1971), 21, P

Hays, Margaret: (A) XXXIII (Spring 1969), 9, P; XXXV (Summer 1971), 21, P

Haywood, N. Dorris Flack, M.Ed. '82--received 1992 Outstanding Alumna Award: (A) LVI (Fall 1992), 21, P

Hazardous Waste Management Institute - EPA training institute hosted by ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), inside cover; expanding national training program: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19; received an Environmental Protection Agency grant of $180,000 for a pilot project to teach individuals how to respond to major chemical emergencies: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16

Headley, Thomas: XLIX (Summer 1985), 13

Health care--ETSU's impact: LVI (Fall 1992), 5-6, 8, 10-11, 16-17

Health, College of: XXVIII (Fall 1963), 5; XXX (Summer 1966), 15; XXXV (Fall 1970), 3; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 3

Health and Physical Education Building: XV (Fall 1950); XV (Winter 1951)

Health Building: XXV (Fall 1960), 5; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 11; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 13, P

Health Education Building: XXII (Spring 1958)

Health Education department: XXII (Winter 1958); XXXIX (Fall 1974), 9; XLVI (June 1982), 19

Health Program: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 11, P

Health-related professions, dept. of-- programs awarded continuing accreditation: LIII (Winter 1989), 17 [p]

Health Sciences, dept. of-- XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XLI (Spring 1977), 11; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Health Sciences, Division of-- ETSU selected for Leadership and Model Development Phase of W. K. Kellogg Foundation's "Community Partnerships with Health Professions" Program: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 16; received $6 million grant from W. K. Kellogg Foundation (June 1991): LV (Fall 1991), 5, P; LVI (Fall 1992), 5; grant from W. K. Kellogg Foundation: LIX (fall 1996), 10

Heath, Skeeter--former ETSU golfer: LIX (spring 1996), 17

Helton, L. T.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 22, P

Hemphill, Jean C.--1994 winner for Tennessee of the Search for Excellence Contest held in conjunction with National Nurses Week: LVII (1994), 5, P

Henderson, David: (S) XLV (June 1981), 18

Henderson, Jenny--ETSU volleyball player named to All-Southern Conference team: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Henrickson, G. Rex: (O) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 23, P

Hensley, Gray H.: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Henson, Dr. Gary--physics faculty member who participates in Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA): LVIII (Fall 1995), 6

Heritage Federal Scholarship Endowment established: LII (Spring 1988), 17, P

Hermann, Joe: XLIV (December 1979), 14, P

Herrin, Mary: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14, P

Herrin, Roberta T.--named Associate Dean for the School of Graduate Studies: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23; receives Cratis D. Williams/James Brown Service Award of the Appalachian Studies Association: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Herron, John M.: XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 8

Hickey, Robert: VIII (Fall 1942); VIII (Winter 1943)

Hickman, Anna: (S) XLIV (December 1979), 11

Hickman, Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Jere L.: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 11, P; LII (Winter 1988), 4; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Hicks, Dorothy: XXV (Summer 1961), 13, P

Higgs, Kay: (S) XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9, P

Higgs, Robert J.-- XXXV (summer 1971), 15 [p]; XXXVII (fall 1972), 1 [p]; XXXIX (spring 1975), 6; XL (fall 1975), 5 [p]; XLI (spring 1977), 22; XLVIII (September 1984), 5 [p]; XLIX (March 1985), 7; advisory editor of Aethlon and coeditor of The Sporting Spirit: Athletes in Literature and Life: LVI (winter 1993), 9, 12-14 [p] ETSU English professor retired in 1994 after 27 years of service: LVII (1994), 9-10 [p] granted "Honorary Alumni" status in 1994: LVII (1994), 13 [p] co-author of Appalachia Inside Out: LIX (spring 1996), 14 professor emeritus nominated for Pulitzer Prize: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

High School Day: XVII (Winter 1953); XVII (Spring 1953); XXIX (Spring 1965), 15

Hill, Marie--professor, department of educational leadership & policy analysis: LVII (1994), 19

Hilliard, Jerry (A): L (Spring 1986), 7

Hillrise House: XXX (Summer 1966), 24, P

Hilton, Dennis: (A) XXIII (Spring 1959), P

Hine, Chad--Dept. of State intership: (S) LIX (spring 1996), 8 [p]

Hinman, Paul Richard--assistant professor of music and director of university bands: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14, P

Hinson, Larry-- (A) XXXIV (Spring 1970), 13, P; XXXV (Winter 1971), 11; XLI (Spring 1977), 15, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 10; former ETSU golfer: LIX (spring 1996), 17

Hippe, Russell: LI (Winter 1987), 19

Hipps, Opal: L (Summer 1986), 13, P

History department: XXV (Summer 1961), 6; XXVI (Fall 1961), 13; XXVII (Spring 1963), 9; XXVII (Summer 1963), 10; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 6; XXIV (Fall 1964), 15; XXX (Spring 1966), 5, 13; XXXII (Summer 1968), 9, 11; XXXV (Fall 1970), 7; XXXV (Winter 1971), 8; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 10; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 10; XLII (Fall 1977), 6; XLIII (March 1979), 6; XLIII (June/July 1979), 8; XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLIV (December 1979), 2, 22; XLVII (March 1983), 3; XLVII (June 1983), 7, 8; XLVIII (March 1984), 4; XLIX (March 1985), 7, 15; XLIX (Fall 1985), 5

History of East Tennessee State University published: LV (Fall 1991), 3

Hite, Maj. General Ronald V., '64: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; one of six general officers commissioned at ETSU: LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Hodge, Thomas W., M.D., '82--distinguished alumnus in medicine award: LX (Fall 1997), 7

Hodges, James R.: XXV (Summer 1961), 11, P; XXVI (Fall 1961), 14, P

Hoffman, Bob--announcer for WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Hoffner, B. R.: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Hogan, Linda, associate professor of American studies and American Indian studies at University of Minnesota: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Hoit-Thetford, Dr. Elizabeth: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 8, P

Holbrook, Gary, '68, new head of Tennessee Public Service Commission's motor carrier division: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 23, P

Holdren, Dr. Don P., acting director of Center for Banking: LI (Fall 1987), 18, P

Holland, Carl W. (A): XXXVII (Spring 1973), 7, P; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 4

Holley, Jeanne Lowry: (A) XLII (Spring, 1978), P

Hollingsworth, Helen: XLII (Fall 1977), 7

Holly, Jeanne Lowry: (A) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 19, P

Hollyfield, Sally--appointed Student Regent on the Tennessee Board of Regents (1991): (S) LVI (Fall 1992), 21, P

Holston Valley Hospital and Medical Center (Kingsport, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 11

Home Economics department: XLIII (March 1979), 2; XLVI (March 1982), 23; XLVI (June 1982), 11; XLIX (Summer 1985), 10; LII (Winter 1988), 4

Home Management: XXX (Summer 1966), 24, P

Homecoming: IV (Fall 1938); V (Fall 1939); VI (Summer 1941); VI (Fall 1941); XII (Fall 1947); XIII (Fall 1948); XV (Spring 1951); XVI (Fall 1951); XVII (Fall 1952); XX (Fall 1955); XXI (Fall 1956); XXI (Winter 1957); XXI (Summer 1957); XXII (Fall 1957); XXIII (Fall 1958); XXIV (Fall 1959); XXV (Fall 1960), 12, P; XXVI (Fall 1961), 4, 12; XXVI (Winter 1962), 9, P; XXVI (Summer 1962), 4, P; XXVII (Fall 1962), 4; XXVII (Winter 1963), 10; XXVII (Summer 1963), 10; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 9; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 5, P; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 19; XXIX (Fall 1964), 4; XXIX (Winter 1965), 6; XXX (Fall 1965), 5; XXX (Winter 1966), 4-6; XXX (Summer 1966), 29; XXXI (Fall 1966), 7; XXXI (Winter 1967), 7; XXXI (Summer 1967), 23; XXXII (Winter 1968), 6; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 21; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 15; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 8; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 33; XXXV (Fall 1970), 18; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 15; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 15; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 15, P; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 13, P; XL (Fall 1975), 9, P; XLII (Fall 1977), 12; XLII (Summer 1978), 10; XLIV (December 1979), 12; XLIV (June 1980), 15; XLIV (September 1980), 15; XLV (December 1980), 10; XLVI (March 1982), 14; XLVI (September 1982), 8, P; XLVII (December 1982), 12, P; XLVII (September 1983), 7; XLVIII (December 1983), 6, P; XLVIII (September 1984), 7; XLVIII (December 1984), 12, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 5, P; L (Winter 1986), 10; LII (Winter 1988), 12-13, P; LIII (Winter 1989), 12-13, P; Souvenir Ed. (1994), 10, P; LVII (1994), 14-15; LVIII (Spring 1995), 21; LVIII (Fall 1995), 28-30 LIX (spring 1996), 29; LX (Fall 1997), 28-29

Homecoming Queen: XXIX (Winter 1965), 6; XXX (Winter 1966), 5, P; XXXII (Summer 1968), 13, P; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 22, P; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 8, P; XXXV (Fall 1970), 21; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 20; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 15, P; XLII (Fall 1977), 6; XLIII (Fall 1978), 19; XLV (December 1980), 10; XLVII (December 1982), 12; XLVIII (December 1984), 12; L (Winter 1986), 10, P

Homefolks Festival: XLIX (March 1985), 7; XLIX (Summer 1985), 12; L (Spring 1986), 9

Homos, Dr. Naim M., 1988 Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence: LII (Spring 1988), 16, P; former Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at ETSU serving as director of higher education in Israeli-occupied West Bank: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 16

Honaker, Errol K.: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Honaker, L. Scott: XLIV (September 1980), 14, P

Honaker, Dr. Scott L.--scholarship award established in honor of the former dean of the College of Education (1963-80): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14

Honor System: XVII (Spring 1953)

Honors Day: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 9; XXIX (Spring 1965), 9; XXIX (Summer 1965), 9; XXX (Spring 1966), 6; XXXI (Spring 1967), 6; XXXV (Fall 1970), 38; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 8; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6; XL (Spring 1976), 8; XLI (Spring 1977), 8

Honors Program--started in fall 1993: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 11; entered 2nd year with $2.4 million in endowed scholarships: LVII (1994), 17-18

Hood, Donald Wayne: (A) XL (Winter 1976), 5, P

Hooks, Dr. Benjamin, chief executive of the NAACP, public lecture, February 2, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 20, P

Hopes, David, UNC-Asheville teacher: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Hopson, Nicole--Lady Buccaneer basketball player named Southern Conference Tournament's most valuable player (1991): (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18, P

Hornbuckle, Dr. Thurman, '77, MSEH '78--clinical professor of veterinary medicine at University of Illinois: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 17, P

Horton, Jeff--won 100 meters in 1995 Southern Conference Championships: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Hospital Affairs: XLIV (June 1980), 4

Hoss, Bobby J.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Housing: XXXI (Spring 1967), 13-17; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8; LXI (Spring 1998), 5

Howell, Lynn: (S) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 10, P

Huang, Thomas: (A) XL (Winter 1976), 4, P; XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLV (December 1980), 3, P

Huang, Dr. Thomas T. S.--professor and chairman of chemistry received the Distinguished Faculty Award for 1988: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 20, P

Hubbard, R. R., chairman of the board and chief executive officer of AFG Industries, Inc.: LI (Spring 1987), 2

Huebner, Carole--volunteer producer, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Huff, Larry E.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Huffman, Bobbie: (S) XXIX (Winter 1965), 6, P; See Homecoming Queen

Hughes, Ted R.: (A) XXXV (Winter 1971), 18, P; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 2, P; XLII (Fall 1977), 5, P

Hulbert, Mike, '80--former All-American golfer at ETSU: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 17, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 6, 10, P; established scholarship by giving one percent of earnings: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 16, P; former ETSU golfer: LIX (spring 1996), 17

Hull, Joan Brandon, Memorial Endowment: established: LXI (Fall 1998), 17

Human Development and Learning Department: XLVII (December 1982), 5

Human Performance Lab: XL (Winter 1976), 2; XLIX (March 1985), 1

Humphreys, Bill G.--ETSU athletic benefactor: LX (Spring 1997), 15; LXI (Fall 1998), 18

Humphreys, Bill G., Bucs CHAMPS Center,athletic academic support services: established: LXI (Fall 1998), 18

Humphreys, Cecil C.: XXXI (Fall 1966), 6, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 14, P

Humphreys, Frederick N.: (A) XXXII (Winter, 1968), 25, P

Hundley, Tommy: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 22, P

Hunt, Delores: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 12, P

Hunt, Earl G.: (A) XX (Winter 1956); XXVI (Fall 1961), 10, P; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 5; XXIX (Fall 1964), 12

Hunt, Earl G., Jr., BS '41--United Methodist Church bishop and recipient of Chair of Honor Award of the World Methodist Council: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 10, P; received 1991 Outstanding Alumnus Award: (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4, P

Hunter, Carrie Elizabeth: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 16

Hunter, David (A): XLII (Fall 1977), 11

Hurley, Bruce, '59, Tennessee state representative: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Hut, Martha Anne: (A) XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 17, P

Hutchings, Brenda: book published, LXI (Spring 1998), 11

Hutsell, Mark-- (S) XLIV (December 1979), 18, P; elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Hwang, Bruce Y.: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 19

Hyder, Carroll R. (A): (A) XXXII (Winter 1968), 21

Hyder, Gretchen: (O) XXVII (Fall 1962), 6

 
 
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Iglar, Albert F.: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

Ihlenfeld, James--director of professional development in charge of all non-credit programs, School of Continuing Studies, ETSU: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 11

Ikenberry, Hazel Shields: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 8-9, P

Ikenberry, Kathleen, new secretary of Pirate Club: LI (Fall 1987), 16

Ikenberry, Kathy--Pirate Club president (1989-90): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 9

Ikenberry, Kevin: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 9

Ikenberry, Roy D.--director, Office of Institutional Research: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 8

Industrial Arts Building: XI (Fall 1946); XVIII (Spring 1954)

Industrial Arts department: XXVI (Summer 1962), 8; XXX (Spring 1966), 10

Industrial Education Building: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 24, P; XXIX (Spring 1965), 10

Industrial Education department: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 18; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 5; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 2; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 26; XLIII (October 1979), 3

Industrial Education Scholarship Fund: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 18

Information technology degree program approved: LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Ingram, Sam: XXXIX (Summer 1975), 2, P

Instructional Materials Center: XXXIV (Summer 1970), 5

Instructional Strategies for Wheelchair Athletics: XLIX (Summer 1985), 14

intercollegiate athletics--LVII (1994), 20; LIX (fall 1996), 20 Future studied: LXII (Spring 1999), 16

Intercollegiate Athletics Department: XLII (Fall 1978), 17

Interior Department: XLV (June 1981), 15

Internal Medicine Department-- XLIV (March 1980), 9; American Board of Internal Medicine exam results: LX (spring 1997), 12

Internal Research, Systems and planning, Office of: XLII (Fall 1977), 5

International Aerospace Educator's Seminar, 19th Annual, July 9-27, 1987: LI (Spring 1987), 9

International Business Machines Corp.--selected ETSU to participate in CIM (computer-integrated manufacturing) program in higher education: LIII (Winter 1989), 2

International Club: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 16; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 8

International exchange agreement between ETSU and the University of Amazonas, Brazil: LI (Fall 1987), 5

International exchange agreement between ETSU and the North China University of Technology (1986)-- LI (Fall 1987), 5; LII (Winter 1988), 4

International exchange agreements--signed with Shanghai Technical College of Metallurgy and Sultan Qaboos University in Oman (1990): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 2

International Programs, Office of--International Day Germany: LIX (fall 1996), 10

International Student Fund: XXXIV (Spring 1970), 8

International students: LIX (spring 1996), 28

International Symposium of Odontology (10th)--held at ETSU (August 1989): LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 16

Irish Brigade: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 24; LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Isaacs, Neil D.--coeditor of The Sporting Spirit: Athletes in Literature and Life: LVI (Winter 1993), 9

Isbell, Rebecca, Dept. of Human Development and Learning: named director of Center for Early Childhood Learning, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

 
 
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J. C. Neal Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

J. C. Neal Scholarship: XXXII (Spring 1968), 31; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 21

J. Madison Brooks Endowed Scholarship--established in 1980: LVII (1994), 21

J. Richard Diehl, Jr. Athletic Scholarship: LIX (spring 1996), 15

J. Richard Diehl, Jr. College of Medicine Scholarship: LIX (spring 1996), 15

J. Richard Diehl, Jr. General Scholarship: LIX (spring 1996), 15

Jack Starrett Scholarship: LII (Spring 1988), 17, P

Jacobs, Herman, ETSU football player: (S) LI (Summer 1987), 8, P

Jacoby, Mark--former ETSU student appearing in title role of Phantom of the Opera: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P; former star of "Phantom of the Opera": (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 18, P

Jaekle, Ronald--LX (Fall 1997), 27

James, Doris--LX (Fall 1997), 27

James H. Quillen Chair of Excellence in Education-- Souvenir Ed. (1994), 13; LVII (1994), 17; LIX (fall 1996), 26-27

James H. Quillen College of Medicine-- SEE ALSO: Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine dedication (fall 1989): LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 12, P; Eastman Center for Nutrition Research dedicated November 1990: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 10, P; cooperative program with St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis for treatment of childhood cancer: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15; LVI (Fall 1992), 5-6; history: LVI (Fall 1992), 8, 10; received full accreditation through 1997 by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 12; awarded reaccreditation for two years as a sponsor of continuing medical education for physicians by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education: LVII (1994), 5; administration building named for Tennessee Governor Ned Ray McWherter: LVIII (Spring 1995), 7; providing primary care health services to Johnson County: LIX (fall 1996), 10; 1995-96 Faith and Medicine Grant from John Templeton Foundation: LIX (fall 1996), 10; relocation funds: LX (spring 1997), 12 ranks 10th nationally in family practice graduates: LX (Fall 1997), 13 ranks 2nd nationally in primary care graduates: LX (Fall 1997), 13 plan $36 million Basic Sciences facility: LXI (Fall 1998), 12 receives Gold Achievement Award from American Academy of Family Physicans: LXI (Fall 1998), 13 Celebrates 25th anniversary: LXII (Spring 1999), 4-6

Jan de Beur, Arthur Eugene: XX (Spring 1956)

Jane Dove Cox Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Janson, Ilene Boyd--1996 Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award: (A) LX (Spring 1997), 7

Jazz Singers: XLIV (June 1980), 3; XLVIII (September 1984), 7; (ETSU)--performed for the American Choral Directors Association national convention in Louisville, Kentucky (1989?): LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 17, P

Jeffers, Lyndell L.: (A) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 4, P

Jenkins, Bill--First District congressman: LX (spring 1997), 10 [p]

Jenkins, Ellison: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Jenkins, Jess T.: (O) XLV (June 1981), 22, P

Jenkins, Roger L., MA '70--associate dean of graduate business programs at the University of Tennessee: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 15, P

Jenney, Dr. Joe--elected ETSU Foundation president: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18

Jennings, Joe: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 7, P; (O) XXXII (Spring 1968), 7, P

Jennings, Keith "Mister"--Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 2-5, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11, P; LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 5-6, P; NBA player with the Golden State Warriors:(A)LVI (Winter 1993), 1,10, P

Jenrette, Thomas-- XLIX (December 1979), 3 [p]; performance in Venezuela: LIX (spring 1996), 27; director of choral music at ETSU: LX (spring 1997), 13 [p]

Jetton, Beverly Gail: (S) XLII (Fall 1977), 7, P

Jewett, Robert E.: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 1, P

Jim Mooney Day: XLIV (September 1980), 19

Joan Brandon Hull Memorial Endowment: established for College of Education: LXI (Fall 1998), 17

Jobe, Tracy: (S) XLVIII (December 1983), 18, P

John D. Allen Memorial Fund: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14

John P. Lamb, Jr.--Memorial Lecture, fifth annual, April 9, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 8, P

Johnson, Chris: (S) XLVIII (December 1983), 20, P

Johnson, Dan M.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLVIII (December 1984), 11, P

Johnson, Dr. David A., 1987 Foundation Research Award: LI (Fall 1987), 17, P

Johnson, Dr. Don--editor of Aethlon and Hummers, Knucklers, and Slow Curves: Contemporary Baseball Poems: LVI (Winter 1993), 9 named dean, College of Arts and Sciences: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Johnson, Eric, '82, mountain climber: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 6, P

Johnson, Gary Ray (A): (S) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 8

Johnson, Gary Ray: (O) XLIV (March 1980), 2

Johnson, F. Heisse--scholarship fund for ETSU medical students established in his memory: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 21, P

Johnson, Dr. Heisse--Honorary Alumnus (posthumously, 1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4

Johnson, Kevin: (A) XLVIII (March 1984), 16, P

Johnson, Noah: XVII (Spring 1953)

Johnson, T. M.: XXXV (Spring, 1971), 5

Johnson City Family Medicine Associates--opened new patient care and teaching facility in March 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 20, P

Johnson City foundry property--site of new 408-space student parking lot: LVIII (Spring 1995), 5

Johnson City Medical Center Hospital--provided $48,000 in scholarships for the School of Nursing: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 17 LVI (Fall 1992), 16; Sponsors cancer research by Quillen College of Medicine: LXI (Spring 1998), 15

Johnson City Specialty Hospital (Johnson City, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 6

Johnson City, Tenn.--Tennessee's third safest college town: LVIII (Spring 1995), 5

Johnson City/Washington County Area Chamber of Commerce--co-sponsored 11th Presidential Distinguished Lecture: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 9

Jones, Alex S.-- 1987 Pulitzer Prize winner & Fall 1987 commencement speaker: LII (Winter 1988), 17, P; fall 1987 commencement speaker and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist: LII (Spring 1988, 11, P

Jones, Billy Mac: XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 9, P

Jones, Blaine, III, '92: Alumni Service Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 7, P

Jones, Carl A.-- chaired group seeking university status for East Tennessee State College, early 1960s: LII (Spring 1988), 8, P; recipient of Appalachian Consortium's 1987 Laurel Leaves Award: LII (Spring 1988), 11, P; Carl A. Jones Hall at Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine named in his honor: LIII (Winter 1989), 10, P; Honorary Alumnus (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4; died April 25, 1992: (O) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 3, P

Jones, Dan--Human Resources Director for the TRW Rack & Pinion Division in Rogersville, Tenn.: LVII (1994), 18, P

Jones, 1Lt. Douglas L.--killed in Vietnam (October 12, 1966): (A) (O) XXXI (Winter 1967), 30, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Jones, Earl M., '61, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Piedmont Mining Company Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina: LII (Spring, 1988), 13, P

Jones, Gregg, co-publisher of Greeneville (TN) Sun: LII (Winter 1988), 17

Jones, Jane: named executive assistant to ETSU president, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Jones, John L. XXXVII (Winter 1973), 9, P

Jones, John M.-- XXXVI (Fall 1971), 11, P; member, Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5 [p]

Jones, John M., Jr., editor of Greeneville (TN) Sun: LII (Winter 1988), 17

Jones, John M., Sr.-- publisher of Greeneville (TN) Sun: LII (winter 1988), 17; granted "Honorary Alumni" status in 1994: LVII (1994), 13 [p]

Jones, Kathryn Paxton--Honorary Alumna (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13 [p]

Jones, Olan, '75, MBA '77--manager of payroll and human resources information at Eastman Chemical Company: LIX (spring 1996), 10 [p]

Jones, Steven Hal, B.S., '71--alumni award of honor (1997): LX (Fall 1997), 5

Jones, Tim, new president of Pirate Club: LI (Fall 1987), 16; named honorary alumnus: LX (Fall 1997), 5

Jones, William L.: XLI (Summer 1977), 9

Jordan, Glenn C.: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14, P; (O) XXXIX (Fall 1974), 26, P

Journalism department; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 7; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 22; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 4

Journalism scholarships: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 11; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 15; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 3

Joy, Flora, '63, MA '67: (A) XLVI (June 1982), 12; author of numerous "Storytelling in Education Funbooks": (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 10; author of two new books on storytelling: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

Judd, Walter: XXIX (Winter 1965), 13

Judges' Choice Award (advertising): LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Junior Day: XLVIII (June 1984), 14

Justice, Robert A. "Bob"--appointed director of Tennessee Small Business Development Center at ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 16, P

 
 
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Kaldegg, Erna P.: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14, P; (O) XLIII (March 1979), 23, P

Kao, Dr. Race L., new holder of Carroll H. Long Chair of Surgical Research: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 5, P holder of Carroll H. Long Chair of Excellence in Surgical Research: LVI (Fall 1992), 8-9, P

Kappa Alpha-Fraternity: XX (Spring 1956)

Kappa Alpha Order: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 4

Kappa Delta Pi: XIX (Winter 1955); XXVIII (Summer 1964), 10; XXIX (Spring 1965), 14; XXX (Winter 1966), 11, 13; XXXI (Winter 1967), 10; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 10

Kappa Lambda Honor Society: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 10; XXXII (Summer 1968), 23; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 12

Kappa Mu Epsilon: XXXII (Summer 1968), 23.

Kappa Sigma: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 4

Kappa Tau Alpha: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 12

Karnad, Anand B., '85: Distinguished Alumni in Medicine Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 7, P

Karp, Laurel, B.S., '95--ETSU adult learner of the year: LX (Fall 1997), 11

Kasprzyk, Dan: XLVIII (September 1984), 8, P

Kathleen Price Burbage Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Katras, Tony, MD '84--received Career Achievement Award (1994) from the James H. Quillen College of Medicine Alumni Society: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 5

Keasling, Dale, '70--president of Home Federal Bank of Knoxville and "Outstanding Alumnus" for 1994: (A) LVII (1994), 12, P

Keen, Paula Gail: (A) XXXII (Winter 1968), 30, P

Keesling, James F., '81, Kingsport, Tenn., police chief--1995 Award of Honor: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 16, P; LXII (Fall 1999), 9, P

Kebler, George: XXXV (Winter 1971), 7

Keller, Chad--Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11

Kellogg Foundation--SEE: W. K. Kellogg Foundation

Kelly, Ben R.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Kelly, George: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 12

Kelly, George W.-- helped organize the journalism department at ETSU: LVII (1994), 9, P; journalist & ETSU journalism teacher died in 1995: (O) LVIII (Fall 1995), 26; ETSU chapter of Society of Professional Journalists named in his memory: LIX (fall 1996), 9

Kelly, Susan Sholes: (A) XLVI (June 1982), 7, P

Kemp, Brenda Seal: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 4

Kemp, Eddie: LVII (1994), 22

Kemp, Karen--new head women's basketball coach: LVII (1994), 22, P

Kemp, Karen--Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year: LVIII (Spring 1995), 14

Kemp, Marcus: LVII (1994), 22

Kennedy, L. Roger, president, AFG Industries: LXII (Fall 1999), 8, P

Kenneth C. Spaulding Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Kenny Rogers and The First Edition: XXXIV (Spring 1970), 17, P

Keplinger, Larry D., named chief of public safety department: LI (Fall 1987), 18, P

Kesner, Richard M.: XLIII (March 1979), 4; XLIII (June/July 1979), 9

Keys, Edith: (A) XLVIII (March 1984), 5

Keys, Mary: (S) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7, P; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 11, P

Khalbuss, Dr. Walid, Syrian student at ETSU: (S) LI (Fall 1987), 6, P

Khan, Dr. Fazle Nasim--Bangladesh medical doctor and graduate student in environmental health at ETSU: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 9, P

Kilgore, Linda Sudan: (S) XXXIII (Winter 1969), 12, P

Kimbrell, Kamitra--Homecoming Queen (1995): LIX (spring 1996), 29 [p]

Kimbrough, Dr. Ralph B.--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5, P

Kinch, William Louie: (O) XL (Fall 1975), 15

King, Winfred: (S) XLVII (September 1983), 12

Kingsport campus Advisory Council: LVII (1994), 24

Kingsport Kiwanis Club: XXXIV (Winter 1970), 10

Kingsport, Tennessee: A Planned American City: LI (Fall 1987), 14

Kingsport University Center: See also, East Tennessee State University/University of Tennessee at Kingsport ETSU/UT at Kingsport

Kingsport University Center: XXVII (Summer 1963), 8; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 30; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 3, P; XXXV (Spring 1971), 1; XXXV (Summer 1971), 23; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 12; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 9; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 2; XLI (Fall 1976), 9; XLV (March 1981), 3; XLVII (June 1983), 7; XLIX (March 1985), 5

Kirkwood, William: XLIX (March 1985), 7

Kite, David L.--former university comptroller named associate vice president for administration and finance: LIII (Winter 1989), 19, P

Kneuer, Walt--Vice President and General Manager of the TRW Rack & Pinion Division: LVII (1994), 18-19, P

Knight, Byron H.: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Knight, TT Sam-- named professor of surgery: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Knoll, Alex: named honorary alumni, LXII (Fall 1999), 6, P

Knotts, Don: XLIX (Fall 1985), 8, P

KODAK Invitational Track and Field Meet, January 16-17, 1987: (LI Spring 1987), 9, P; January 22-23, 1988: LII (Winter 1988), 14; LII (Spring 1988), 15, P LIII (Winter 1989), 18, P

Koehler, Anne G.--Who's Who Among American's Teachers for 1994: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Kovach, Bill, '59: (A) XLVIII (September 1984), 2, P; editor of Atlanta Journal and Constitution: LI (Fall 1987), 8, P; established scholarship endowment, 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 10; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5, P; former managing editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: LIII (Winter 1989), 7

Kovach, Lynne, established scholarship endowment, 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 10

Kozsuch, Mildred: XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Kretzer, Mike--elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Kuchler, A. W.: XIX (Winter 1955)

Kuhne, Sharon Anglin: XLVIII (June 1984), 9, P

Kuramoto, Yasunobu "Rex", ETSU golfer: (S) LI (Summer 1987), 14, P

Kuramoto, Rex--member of 1989 championship Buccaneer gold team: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7, P

Kwasigroch, Thomas--named Dean's Distinguished Teaching Award in Basic Sciences: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Kweller, Susan: (S) XLIV (June 1980), 5, P

Kyte, Zella: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

 
 
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Laboratory: XXV (Winter 1961), 9, P; XXV (Summer 1961), 15, P; XXVI (Winter 1962), 14, P

Lachmann, Susan--volunteer producer, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Lacy, Eric: XXX (Spring 1966), 5, P

Laitinen, Matthew A.--retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Lake Street Cottage (Building): XI (Fall 1946)

Lamb, John P., Jr.: (A) XXXV (Fall 1970), 3, P; XXXV (Summer 1971), 9, P; XLI (Summer 1977), 9, P; (O) XLV (June 1981), 22, P; XLVII (December 1982), 2

Lambda Chi: XLIII (June/July 1979), 2

Lambda Chi Alpha: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 4; XLIII (June/July 1979), 5

Landrum, Joseph E. "Rick"--assistant general counsel with the Tennessee Board of Regents assigned to provide legal counsel for ETSU: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 17

Lane, Bill (A)--sports editor of the Kingsport Times-News: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 13-14

Lane, Robert--elected first-term member of ETSU Foundation board of directors: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18

Langdon, Steve: (A) XXX (Winter 1966), 18

Language and Culture Resource Center established: LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Language department: XLIII (Fall 1978), 2; XLIII (March 1979), 3; XLIII (June 1979), 21; XLIV (March 1980), 3

Lansinger, Howard: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Lanza, Dr. Guy B.--new chairman of the environmental health department at ETSU: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 17, P

Lanza, Dr. Guy--studying biodegradation of creosote-type compounds when combined with certain bacteria at the Superfund site at Southern Wood Piedmont in Chattanooga, Tenn.: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 9

Lanza, Dr. Guy R.--interim dean of the School of Public and Allied Health named to the position permanently: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 10, P

Lanza, Dr. Guy--dean of the College of Public and Allied Health: LVI (Winter 1993), 14

LaPella, Robert D., associate professor of music--retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Larkey, Tammy: (S) XLVIII (September 1984), 11, P

Larry Hinson Scholarship: XXXV (Spring 1971), 9

Larry Sutton Scholarship: XLVIII (March 1984), 12; XLIX (Summer 1985), 19

Larson, Rolf: XXXV (Fall 1970), 6

Latchpins of the Lost Cove: LI (Fall 1987), 14

Latimer, J. Lane, III--chair of Kingsport campus Advisory Council: LVII (1994), 24; 1998 Honorary Alumnus: LXI (Fall 1998), 7

Lau, Serena: (S) L (Winter 1980), 18, P

Lawhorn, Jean C. (A): (A) XXXVI (Summer 1972), 19, P

Lawrence, H. Lea (A): (A) XLI (Winter 1977), 4, P

Lawson, Betty: (S) XXIX (Spring 1965), 14, P

Lawson, James: XLV (December 1980), 15

Lawson, Mable: (S) XXXIV (Spring 1970), cover, P; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 21, P; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7, P

Lawson, Sherry: (S) XXXV (Spring 1971), 4

Lawton, Eddie, '83,Washington, D. C., bomb squad officer: LXI (Fall 1998), 9

Leab, Grace: XXXV (Fall 1970), 7

Leach, Patsy B.: (A) XLII (Fall 1977), 5, P

LeCroy, Anne: XLIX (March 1985), 7

Leddy, Eddie: (S) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 20

Leddy, Edward Ciaran: (A) XLVI (March 1982), 20, P

Leddy, P. J.: (S) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 20

Leddy, Patrick: (S) XXXIV (Fall 1969), 21, P

Ledford, Bruce: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Lee, J. D.: (A) XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 4, P

Lee, Theresa K., '74--assistant secretary and assistant counsel, corporate group, Eastman Chemical Company: LIX (spring 1996), 11 [p]

LeeAnne Brown Chair of Excellence in General Pediatrics: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20; LVII (1994), 17

Leek, Adrian-- (S) XLIII (June/July 1979), 14, P; elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Leeper, Keith A., --newly appointed bursar, ETSU: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 16, P; new director of Pirate Club: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Leeper, Stephanie, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: (S) LI (Spring 1987), 3-4, P

Leeper, Stephanie C.--medical school researcher working to identify blood factors involved in development of preeclampsia during pregnancy: LVII (1994), 4

LeForce, Alan-- Buccaneer basketball coach: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 4-5, P; Bucs basketball coach named Tennessee Sports Writers Association's Men's College Basketball Coach of the Year (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4; men's basketball coach: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6; LVI (Winter 1993), 6; resigned as men's basketball coach (1996): LIX (spring 1996), 18 [p];named honorary alumnus: LX (Fall 1997), 5

Leger, Robert G.: XLI (Summer 1977), 9

Leggett, Marshall--President of Milligan College: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10, P

Lenz, Dr. Cynthia L., Dean of the School of Nursing: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 19, P; LVI (Fall 1992), 12-13

Leonard, Bob: XLV (September/October 1981), 9, P

Leonard, Donna K.: (S) XXXIII (Fall 1968), 21, P

Leonard, Phil: XLVIII (March 1984), 3, P; program director of WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Leonard, Sarah Ann: (S) XLIV (September 1980), 3, P

Leslie Parks Pope $10,000 Honors Endowment: LVII (1994), 17

Lettermen: XXX (Summer 1966), 29, P; XXX (Fall 1966), 8, P

Lewis, Edna Shepherd, '51--Outstanding Alumna for 1995: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 16, P

Li Lu--exiled veteran of democracy demonstrations in China's Tiananmen Square came to ETSU in February 1992 as part of Student Activities Center Leadership Conference: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11, P

Library: IV (Winter 1939); XIX (Winter 1955); XXV (Fall 1960), 6, P; XXVI (Winter 1962), 6, 15, P; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10; XXIX (Winter 1965), 14; XXIX (Summer 1965), 23; XXX (Winter 1966), 17; XXX (Spring 1966), 27; XXX (Summer 1966), 10, P; XXXII (Fall 1967), 9, P; XXXII (Spring 1968), 6; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 17, P; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 1, P; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 18; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 13; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XLI (Spring 1977), 10; XLIII (Fall 1978), 20; XLIII (March 1979), 4; XLV (June 1981), 5

Library (New)--description of proposed new library building for ETSU: LIX (spring 1996), 7; groundbreaking (22 Oct. 1996): LX (spring 1997), 12 [p]; construction: LXI (Spring 1998), 4

Library support group organized: LX (Fall 1997), 13

Library Science Department: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 10

Lilly, Dennis E.: XXXIV (Winter 1970), 18, P; XXXV (Winter 1971), 8

Lilly, Eli: XLVII (June 1983), 19

Lincoln, C. Eric: XLVIII (December 1984), 14

Lindley, James Marvin: XXIII (Winter, 1959), P

Lindsey, Renee: XXXIII (Fall 1968), 22, P

Linebarger, Dr. William G., '72--National Alumni Association president-elect 1995-96: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 17

Linsert, Colonel Henry: XXIX (Summer 1965), 7, P

Lipp, David: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Little, Dr. Frank E., '58: (A) XLI (Winter 1977), 6, P; music department chairman, Furman University: LI (Spring 1987), 9, P member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5, P; received 1992 Outstanding Alumnus Award: LVI (Fall 1992), 21, P executive director, Music Center of the North Shore, Winnetka, Ill.: LVI (Winter 1993), 19; commencement speaker (fall 1992): (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 15, P

Little, Linda: (S) XL (Spring 1976), 6, P

Little Buccaneers Student Child Care Center opened: LX (Fall 1997), 13

Little Caesars/ETSU Tennis Tournament (5th, 1994): LVIII (Spring 1995), 16; celebrates 10th anniversary, LXII (Fall 1999), 19

Litton, George: (A) XXXII (Winter 1968), 11, P

Liu, Dian-Qiu: XLVIII (December 1984), 14

Livaditis, Nicholas John: (A) XXXVI (Summer 1972), 5, P

Lloyd, Jacqueline--elected "Clinician of the year 1993" by the Tennessee Geriatrics Society: LVII (1994), 5, P

Loans: XVIII (Spring 1954); XIX (Winter 1955); XXVI (Spring 1962), 11; XXVI (Summer 1962), 7; XXVII (Fall 1962), 9; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 7; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 7; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 5

Lodes, Charles: XLII (Fall 1977), 15, P

Lodter, Edward G.: XXVI (Spring 1962), 12

Logan, David--named chair of the department of art: LVII (1994), 10, P

Loggins, Dave, ASCAP Songwriter of the Year, 1987: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 8, P

Logo, new university, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), back cover, P

Lohman, Kenton: (S) XLIX (Summer 1985), 14

Long, Carroll H., physican: receives George L. Carter Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 5, P

Long, Ken T.: XLII (Fall 1977), 5, P

Long, Suzanne--exchange student in Switzerland: (S) LX (spring 1997), 11 [p]

Lopez, Sebastin--receives grant: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Louise Skalko Scholarship Endowment: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 21

Love, Felix C., '59: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 12, P; L (Spring 1986), 8, P; LI (Winter 1987), 11, 31; director of the Smithsonian Institution Press: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 6, P; LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Lovette, Richard (A): (S) LVII (1994), 9, P

Lowery, Mike--ETSU motor pool employee received National Guard "Soldier of the Year Award" for 1995: LIX (spring 1996), 27

Loy, Harvey: XLIV (Summer 1985), 3, P

Loyd, James: XXVII (Winter 1963), 4, P

Loyd, Dean James W.--board member of ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15, P

Loyd, Mary Lyons: XXXIV (Summer 1970), 15, P

Lt. Robert B. Thorne Memorial Scholarship: LIX (fall 1996), 11

Ludolf, Gordon: XXX (Spring 1966), 5, P

Luntsford, Bonnie: (A) XXXV (Fall 1970), 2, P; (O) XXXV (Winter 1971), 30, P

Lupton-Smith, Mark--ETSU tennis player posted a 93-37 record in singles competition: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 7

Lurie, Dr. David, rheumatologist: LI (Spring 1987), 5, P

Luther, Jim, '61--tax writer for The Associated Press in Washington, D. C.: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 7, P

Lyle, Ellen (A): (S) XL (Fall 1975), 1

Lyle, Robert B.: XXXVI (Winter 1972), 9, P

Lyle, Thomas A.: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 12, P

Lyons, Billy Joe--obituary: LIX (fall 1996), 25

Lyons, James--1995 Southern Conference all-tournament team (baseball): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

 
 
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Mabry, Gary, '73, '74: alumni banner carrier, December 1998 commencement, LXII (Spring 1999), 11, P

MacNee, Carol L., College of Nursing: named a Health Partners Fellow, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

MacRae, Norma--director of Teaching and Learning Center: LIX (spring 1996), 8

Maddox, Guy M.: XXVIII (Fall 1963), 6

Magee, Sara (A): XXXIX (Fall 1974), 6

Mahefky, Karen Ann: (S) XXX (Spring 1966), 22, P

Mahoney, Dan, '66--former mayor of Johnson City, Tenn.: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19; mastermind behind regional cooperation group Number One Committee: LVIII (Fall 1995), 13, P

Majorettes: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 24, P; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 18, P

Maltsberger, Basil (A): XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 6; (O) XLII (Winter 1978), inside front cover

Manahan, Richard A. (A): XLV (June 1981), 10, P; XLVIII (December 1984), 2; XLIX (Fall 1985), 9: L (Winter 1986), 18, P; Vice President, University Advancement, and Executive Director of the ETSU Foundation: LVIII (Spring 1995), 17

Mandela, Nelson--newly-elected president of South Africa: LVIII (spring 1995), 11 [p]

Mann, Coramae Richey--Basler chairholder (1998): LIX (fall 1996), 26

Manning, Ambrose N.-- XXVI (Winter 1962), 6; XXX (Spring 1966), 16; XL (Fall 1975), 5 [p]; XLVII (December 1982), 3 [p]; XLVIII (June 1984), 10; board member of ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15; received Atlantic Christian College Alumni Achievement Award for outstanding service in the filed of education and literature: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20 [p] co-author of Appalachian Inside Out: LIX (spring 1996), 14

Manning, Mary: XXXVII (Winter, 1973), 10

Manning, Dr. Randolph, (A), associate dean, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 4 Quillen Dishner College of Medicine, "Humans at Risk": LI (Spring 1987), 4-5.

Manufacturing technology curriculum: LII (Winter 1988), 3

Marchioni, Michael P.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Margason, Harold: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14, P

Marius, Richard C.--Basler chairholder (1999): LIX (fall 1996), 26

Marsha, Marvelous: (S) XLVI (March 1982), 18

Marshall, Cornelius Cox "Corny," '56--Outstanding Alumnus (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 12 [p]

Marshall, Don: XLVII (June 1983), 21

Marshall, Jill, '75, deputy U. S. marshall: LII (Spring 1988), 12, P

Marshall, Max L.-- XXXIII (Spring 1969), 7, P; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5

Martin, Isabel: XXX (Winter 1966), 13, P; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 28, P; XXXV (Summer 1971), 21, P

Martin, Tony: (S) XLVII (March 1983), 12, P

Marvel, Bill--staff writer with Dallas (Tex.) Morning News (A): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 7-8

Marx, David J.--chair, dept. of psychology: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

Mary Herrin Memorial Scholarship Fund: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14

Massengill, Priscella: (S) XXVIII (Spring 1964), 17, P; See, Miss Mermaid

Mason, Alice: (A) XXXIV (Winter, 1970), 12

Master of Business Administration (MBA) program: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 10; LVII (1994), 3

Master of Public Management--degree program approved by Tennessee Board of Regents: LVIII (Fall 1995), 10

Masters, Harriet P.: (A) XLIV (June 1980), 14, P; named Information Research Technician in ETSU Pirate Club: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Matching Gift Company: XLIX (Fall 1985), 25

MATHCAPS Project: L (Fall 1986), 7, P

Mathematics Consortium for Applications and Problem Solving (MATHCAPS) project at ETSU: LI (Fall 1987), 19

Mathematics Building: XXX (Summer 1966), 10, P

Mathematics department: XXVI (Summer 1962), 8; XXIX (Summer 1965), 7; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 16; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXV (Fall 1970), 9; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XLIII (October 1979), 3

Mathes, C. Hodge: XIII (Summer 1949); XIV (Fall 1949); (O) XV (Winter 1951); XV (Spring 1951); XV (Summer 1951); XVI (Fall 1951)

Mathes Hall: XXIX (Winter 1965), 14; See, Gymnasium

Mathes Hall, renovation, 1985-87: LI (Fall 1987), 13

Mathews, Maxine G.: (O) XXIV (Spring 1960), P

Maxey, Richard, '73, designed new ETSU logo: LII Spring 1988), back cover, P

May, Terry: (S) XLIII (June/July 1979), 14, P

Mayme Frazier Scholarship: LII (Spring 1988), 20

Mays, John E., '58--named Director of Financial Air: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P

McAlister, Doug, '67, MS '68--National Alumni Association president (1995-96): (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 15, 17, P

McAlister, Dr. Douglas--alumni association treasurer (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

McAlister, J. Douglas, '67, '68: (A) XLVI (September 1982), 15; 1999 Outstanding Alumni Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 4 [p]

McAlister, Kim, '91: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 15

McAlister, Pat Brown, '69: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 15

McAlister, Sean, '90, MCM '92: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 15

McAmis, Roland, '84--Secret Service agent accompanying President Jimmy Carter to ETSU: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 9, P

McAtee, George F., Jr.: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 15, P

McBee, John: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 13; XLVI (June 1982), 12

McBee, Louise: (A) XXVI (Fall 1961), 11, P; XXVII (Spring 1963), 7, P; XXX (Spring 1966), 8, P; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 19, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 3, P; XLVII (June 1983), 3; XLVIII (March 1984), 6, P

McBee, Dr. Mary Louise, '46--acting academic vice president, University of Georgia: LI (spring 1987), 6, P; acting academic vice president, University of Georgia: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 6, P; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 5-6, P; former University of Georgia Vice President for Academic Affairs becomes oldest woman to reach the base of Mount Everest: LIII (Winter 1989), 14-15, P

McBride, Ray: (S) XLI (Summer 1977), 10, P

McCarter, Jennifer: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14

McCarthy, Henry M.: (S) XXIX (Spring 1965), 14, P

McCarthy, William H. (A): XLI (Summer 1977), 6, P; XLII (Fall 1978), 8: XLIV (March 1980), 16, P; XLV (June 1981), 17

McClennan, David M. (A): XXIX (Winter 1965), 12; XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; (O) XLI (Spring 1977), 22, P

McClellan, Justina--Lady Buc basketball player: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 14

McClellan, Paul: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 22, P

McCord, Elizabeth--dept. of family medicine: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

McCord Hall: XXIX (Winter 1965), 14; XXX (Summer 1966), 12, P

McCorkle, Maj. Gen. Gred, '66--Distinguished Alumnus in the Armed Forces for 1995: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 17, P

McCowan, Jane, B.A., '53--entrepreneur: LX (Fall 1997), 14-15

McCracken, Jewell: XXVI (Winter 1962), 6

McCracken, John M.: (A) XLIV (June 1980), 10, P

McCrumb, Sharyn--connected ETSU to storyline and characters in several novels: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

McCune, Fred L. (A): XXXV (spring 1971), 1; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

McCune-Welch Hall--25th anniversary: LIX (fall 1996), 9 [p]

McDonald, William E.--visited ETSU in spring 1993 as part of College of Business' Executive on Campus Series: LVII (1994), 3, P

McDonnell, Mac: L (Spring 1986), 13, P

McDonnell, M. "Mac"--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 6, P; elected first-term member of ETSU Foundation board of directors: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18

McDowell, Don--part-time staff member, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

McDowell, May Ross: (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 4, P; XLIII (October 1979), 10, P

McGinnis, Dennis Robert: XLVI (September 1982), 2, P

McGinnis, Gary, new member of Pirate Club Hall of Fame, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 9, P

McGraw, Cal, '60, established scholarship endowment, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 10

McGraw, Cal, '60--director of McGraw and Associates, Atlanta, Georgia: LIII (Winter 1989), 4, P

McGraw, Joan, '60, established scholarship endowment, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 10

McGraw, W. Cal, '60--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 6, P

McGregor, John E.: XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 9, P

McInturff, Carolyn: (A) XXXIV (Winter 1970), 12

McKee, James W.: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9

McKee, Thomas E., Dept. of Accountancy: named Fulbright Scholar, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

McKeehan, Todd--Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) agent killed in February 1993: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 17

McKinstry, Sam W.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

McLain, Sister Rosemary A.: XLVII (September 1983), 5, P

McLean, James H.: XL (Spring 1976), 6, P

McLeod, Elizabeth Grace (Beth), '83--1995 Award of Honor: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 16, P

McMahan, Elizabeth Lovell (A): XXXVII (Fall 1972), 1, P; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 1, P; XL (Spring 1976), 7, P; XLII (Fall 1977), 6; XLIII (October 1979), 2; XLIV (June 1980), 3; XLVIII (September 1984), 5, P

McMillan, Nancy (A): (S) XL (Winter 1976), 1

McMurray, Gene: VII (Winter 1942); (O) XXXV (Winter 1971), 30, P

McNamara, Bridget--part-time staff member, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

McNiel, Mary Lyle: (A) XLVIII (December 1984), 16, P

McNeil, Nellie: (A) XLIX (Fall 1985), 7, P

McNeil, Nellie Miller, '70, MA '76--teacher at Dobyns-Bennett High School, Kingsport, Tenn.: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

McNutt, Dr. Anne Shoemaker, BS '67, MA '69 president, Beaufort Technical College, Beaufort, South Carolina: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 6, P; received alumni Association Award of Honor (1991): LV (Fall 1991), 4

McPherson, Ruth McNiel: (A) XLIX (Fall 1985), 7, P

McRay, David--named 1995 "Family Physician of the Year" by the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

McWherter, Ned Ray: XLIX (Summer 1985), 10

McWherter, Gov. Ned, hosted first cabinet meeting outside Nashville at ETSU: LI (Summer 1987), 7, P

McWherter, Gov. Ned, Upper East Tennessee tour, June 10-12, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 7, P

McWherter, Ned Ray--James H. Quillen College of Medicine administration building named in his honor: LVIII (Spring 1995), 7, P

Meade, Bruce, world record softball hitter: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 10, P

Meadows, Sally Brooks: (A) XLVIII (December 1984), 16, P; LVII (1994), 21

Medical Library: XLIX (March 1985), 4

Medical School: See, James H. Quillen College of Medicine and Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine

Medley, Bill: XXX (Summer 1966), 23, P

Melendez, Jane--assistant director of Teaching and Learning Center: LIX (spring 1996), 8

Memorial Hall--swimming pool now accessible to students with disabilities: LVIII (Fall 1995), 7

Men's athletic program--finished 2nd in Southern Conference all-sports trophy race for the second consecutive year (1993-94): LVII (1994), 20

Mercer, Calvin J.: XXIII (Fall 1958); XLVII (June 1983), 13

Meredith, Flora Marie: XXXIV (Summer 1970), 8, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Merrick, R. Daniel--medical school researcher working to identify blood factors involved in development of preeclampsia during pregnancy: LVII (1994), 4

Merrill, E. C.: XLVII (June 1983), 3, P

Merritt, Phyllis, '60--retired choral director of Riceville (Fla.) Senior High School: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Meshibovsky, Alexander: XLVIII (December 1984), 9

Messer, C. Douglas: XLV (September/October 1981), 17, P

Metz, Conard B.: (S) XXV (Winter 1961), 7

Middleton, Fred W.: XLI (Summer 1977), 6, P

Mielke, Robert H. E.: XXV (Fall 1960), 10, P; (O) XLIX (March 1985), 15

Mijeski, Dr. Kenneth J.: L (Fall 1986), 16-17, P

Mikell, Troy Lee: (S) XLVII (March 1983), 13, P; XLVII (September 1983), 12

Milburn, H. Theodore, '53, judge of the Sixth Circuit of U. S. Court of Appeals: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 10, P; U. S. Circuit Court Judge, commencement speakers, May 16, 1987): (A) LI (Spring 1987), 10, P

Miles, Betty A., psychology major, received Harry S. Truman Scholarship: (S) LI (Summer 1987), 8, P; second Truman Scholar at ETSU: LII (Winter 1988), 18, P

Milhorn, Judith Lynn: (S) XLI (Spring 1977), 11, P

Military Science, Department of: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 22; XXXV (Spring 1971), 16; XXXV (Summer 1971), 17; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 6; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 9; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 2; XLVI (December 1981), 3; XLVI (March 1982), 3; LII (Winter 1988), 4; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Millard, Larry, '72--sculpture area chairman, graduate coordinator and associate professor of art at the University of Georgia: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Miller, Anna Irish: (A) L (Spring 1986), 6, P

Miller, Bill: L (Fall 1986), 8, P; board member of ETSU Retirees Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15, P

Miller, Carolyn Swofford: (A) XXXVII (Spring 1973), 16, P

Miller, Dr. David, M.D.--staff surgeon at Kingsport's Holston Valley Hospital and Medical Center who performed first peripheral laser angioplasty in the United States with the Medtronic Catheter System: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 12, P

Miller, David Kent: (S) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 3, P; (O) XL (Fall 1975), 15

Miller, Donna Scott: XLVII (June 1983), 15

Miller, John--Washington attorney: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 3, P

Miller, John R., associate professor of communicative disorders, died March 19, 1987: (O) LI (Summer 1987), 22

Miller, Mariko Teresaki, '53--named an Honorary Consul-General of Japan in Casper, Wyoming, by the Government of Japan (May 1, 1995): (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 14, P; 1998 Outstanding Alumna: LXI (Fall 1998), 4

Miller, Maureen Haggerty (A): (A) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 2, P; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 8

Miller, Tommy: XXXVII (Fall 1972)), 3, P

Milligan College--cofounder of Northeast Tennessee Consortium for Service Learning: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Mills, Punkie: (S) XLVIII (March 1984), 14, P

Milton, Hugh Meglone II: XX (Spring 1956)

Mini-Dome: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 1; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 10, P; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 7, P;, XL (Fall 1975), 4; XLI (Winter 1977), 2

Mintz, James W. (A): (S) XLI (Summer 1977), 3

Miss Buccaneer: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 12, P; XXXV (Winter 1971), 6, P; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 7; XXIX (Winter 1975), 6; XL (Winter 1976), 4; XLII (Fall 1977), 7

Miss ETSU: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 12, P; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 17, P; XXXIV (Summer 1970, 21; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 4; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 7; XL (Spring 1976), 6; XLI (Spring 1977), 11; XLIV (March 1980), 2; XLVII (December 1982), 4; XLVII (June 1983), 13; XLVIII (December 1983), 1

Miss Johnson City: XLIV (September 1980), 13

Miss Mermaid: XXV (Winter 1961), 15, P; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 17

Miss Tennessee: XXXIII (Fall 1968), 17; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 18; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 9, P; XLIV (September 1980), 3

Mitchell, Harry Edward "Black Sheep": (A) XLIII (Fall 1978), 18, P; (O) XLV (March 1981), 19, P

Mitchell, Juanita Miller: (O) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 29

Mobley, Jack E.: XLI (Winter 1977), 2

Mock Trial Team--political science dept.: LIX (fall 1996), 10

Mockingbird-- XLII (Fall 1977), 6; XLIII (Fall 1978), 4; XLV (March 1981), 3; XLIX (Summer 1985), 14; received "All American with Five Marks of Distinction" award of the Associated Collegiate Press: LVI (Fall 1992), 23

Modern Languages department: XXVI (Spring 1962), 12; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10

Moein, George J., '62--new director of Hazardous Waste Management Institute: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), inside cover

Mondale, Joan: LI (Winter 1987), 13

Montes, Dr. Maria Lucia: L (Fall 1986), 8, P; Fulbright scholar from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil: LI (Fall 1987), 5

Montgomery, Ruth C., '49, Tennessee state representative: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Moody, Clinton Price: (O) XLVI (June 1982), 23

Mooney, Jack (A): XLVI (September 1982), 13

Mooney, Jim: (A) XXVIII (Spring 1964), 15, P; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 8, P; XL (Spring 1976), 11, P; (O) XLIV (December 1979), 22, P

Moore, Ann--named first women's soccer team coach: LX (Fall 1997), 19

Moore, Bashie: (A) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 19, P

Moore, Carl: XLVII (September 1983), 8, P

Moore, Dana: (A) XLVII (September 1983), 8, P

Moore, Merrill--Honorary Alumnus (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13-14 [p]

Moore, Richter H., Jr.--obituary: LIX (fall 1996), 25

Moore, Sandy, '63, M.Ed. '82--1993 Tennessee Art Educator of the Year: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 18, P

Morefield, Sandra E.: (S) XLIV (March 1980), 2, P; XLIV (September 1980), 4

Morgan, Francis Ward: XL (Spring 1976), 6, P

Morgan, Kathryn, M.D.: LX (Fall 1997), 7, P

Morgan, Kerri G., '83--won two School Bell Awards from the South Carolina Education Association for outstanding coverage of education issues: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 22, P

Morgan, Monroe T.: XXXV (Summer 1971), 17, P; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XL (Fall 1975), 5, P; XLIII (October 1979), 2 scholarship established in his honor, LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Morgan, Dr. M. T. Scholarship in Environmental Health: established, LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Morison, Wilbur C.: (A) XXVI (Fall 1961), 12-13, P; XXXI (Winter 1967), 4, P; (O) XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 20, P

Morrell, Greg: (S) XLIV (December 1979), 7, P

Morrison, Hal: (A) XXVIII (Spring 1964), 16, P; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 13, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 7

Morrison, Joe (A): (S) XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 10

Morton, John, '84--programmer-analyst for the Sixth District Federal Reserve Bank, Atlanta, Georgia: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 4, P

Mossman, Robert E.: XLVII (December 1982), 4, P

Mottern, Hugh: (A) XXVIII (Spring 1964), 19

Mottern, Shelby S., '68, MA '75, Alumnotable: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 27, P

Mountain City Family Health Center (Mountain City, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 5

Mudd, Roger: XXXV (Summer 1971), 10, P

Mullins, 1Lt. Daniel L.--killed in Vietnam (August 31, 1967): (A) (O) XXXII (Fall 1967), 22, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Mullins, David, named head tennis coach: LI (Fall 1987), 16, P

Mullins, Dave-- tennis coach: LVIII (Spring 1995), 16; 1995 Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Mullins, William R.: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Multiple Arts Magazine: XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 19

Munk, Cynthia (A): (S) XLVIII (September 1984), 11

Murphy, Kim--named assistant women's soccer coach: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Murray, Lisa--ETSU tennis player nominated for CoSIDA Academic All-American status: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Murray, Mary Blevins, R. N.: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22

Murray, Vincent J.: XLV (September/October 1981), 12

Muse, Mayland H., Sr., '22, former ETSU football player: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 14, P

Museum: IX (Fall 1944); XIX (winter 1955)

Musgrave, Dr. Tamara, '79, 1984 medical school graduate awarded Beecham Laboratories fellowship: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 9 second graduate of Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine to receive Beecham fellowship: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 19, P

Music department: II (Summer 1937); VI (Winter 1941); XXIII (Winter 1959); XXVI (Winter 1962), 7; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 22; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 8; XXXI (Fall 1966), 14; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; XXXV (Spring 1971), 4; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 11; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 31; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, 13, 19; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6; XLIII (Fall 1978), 3; XLIII (June/July 1979), 4; XLIV (March 1980), 5; XLIV (June 1980), 22; XLV (December 1980), 13; XLVIII (December 1984), 9

Musical Mystery Dinner--held on February 3, 1995) to raise funds for ETSU Wind Ensemble's trip to Ireland: LVIII (Spring 1995), 20

My Own Country: A Doctor's Story of a Town and Its People in the Age of AIDS: LVIII (Spring 1995), 9

Myers, George Glenn: (A) XXIX (Spring 1965), 15, P; XLIV (June 1980), 10, P; William C. Tune Award for Excellence in Real Estate: LX (Spring 1997), 7, P

Myers, Dr. Jim, '81--recipient of Beecham fellowship to continue study of infectious diseases: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 19, P

Myers, John, '73--Secret Service agent accompanying President Jimmy Carter to ETSU: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 9, P

Myers, Dr. Marian, associate professor, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 5, P

Mylander, Paul, '68--president of East Coast Mortgage Company, Rockville, Maryland: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 8, P

Mynatt, Constance: XXXV (Spring 1971), 5

Mynatt-Axamethy, Connie--elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

 
 
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Nabeta, Julia, Ugandan student at ETSU: (S) LI (Fall 1987), 6, P

Naff, George E.: XL (Winter 1976), 4

Naisbitt, John: LI (Winter 1987), 13

Narramore, Harold: (S) XLV (March 1981), 13, P

NASA/University Joint Venture (JOVE) program--ETSU a participating institution: LVIII (Fall 1995), 6

NASCAR: LVIII (Spring 1995), 12-13

National Alumni Association--Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet (May 6, 1994): LVII (1994), 12; officer for 1986-87: LIX (fall 1996), 14

National Bluegrass Survey: LVII (1994), 10

National Healthcorp, L. P., Foundation for Geriatric Education, contribution to ETSU: LI (Summer 1987), 14

National Junior Wheelchair Games, 5th annual--held at ETSU, July 26-31, 1988: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15, P

National Science Foundation: XXIV (Winter 1960); XXV (Winter 1961), 4; XXV (Winter 1961), 7; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 9; XXIV (Fall 1964), 14; XXX (Winter 1966), 17; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 11; XXXV (Fall 1970), 9; L (Summer 1986), 3; awarded $408,405 grant to ETSU for Reaching for Excellence in Elementary School Science program: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 17

National Wheelchair Games; XLVIII (September 1984), 14

Nave, Maj. Billy J.--killed in Vietnam (June 27, 1966): (A) (O) XXX (Summer 1966), 32, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Nave, Francine, selected as one of 25 Sears Congressional Interns for 1989: (A) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 18, P

Necessary, Ruth: (A) XXXII (Spring 1968), 26, P

Nelson, Betty, BA '75: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Nelson, Diane: XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 1; XLIII (October 1979), 7, P; XLVII (December 1982), 9, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 14; professor of biological sciences at ETSU: LVII (1994), 8, P

Nelson, Kerwin, BS '79, MED '83: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Nelson, Louis E. (A): XXIX (Winter 1965), 14, P; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 23; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 14, P

Nelson, Michael, BS '89: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Nelson, Paul, BS '59, MA '64: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Nelson, Reed: (S) XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 4

Nelson, Toumonava N.--named Alumni Coordinator in University Advancement: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P

Nelson family--Paul and Betty Nelson and their four children hold 10 degrees from ETSU: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Netherland, Donna, '49: December 1998 commencement speaker, LXII (Spring 1999), 11, P

Newhart, Bob: XXX (Fall 1965), 5, P

Newland, Scott, '90--teacher in Kuwait: LIX (spring 1996), 6 [p]

Newland, Shelia, '91--teacher in Kuwait: LIX (spring 1996), 6 [p]

Newsam, Karen--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Newton, Douglas A.: XL (Summer 1976), 4, P

Nichols, John Damon: (O) XLIV (December 1979), 22, P

Nicholson, Dr. Douglas G., former chairman of Chemistry department, died April 15, 1987: (O) LI (Summer 1987), 23

Nicks, Ann--ETSU's First Lady: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 4, P wife of ETSU president Roy S. Nicks: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 8-9, P

Nicks, Roy S.: XLI (Winter, 1977), 3, P; XLV (March 1981), 9, P; appointed Interim President of ETSU effective May 3, 1992: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 2, P; LVI (Fall 1992), 3, 9-10, P; career highlights: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 3, P; first address to faculty as 7th President of ETSU (August 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 2-3, P; major university accomplishments under his leadership: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 3, P; President's Message: LVII (1994), 1-2, P; President's Message: LVIII (Spring 1995), 1-2, P; LVIII (Spring 1995), 7, 10, 17, P; President's Message: LVIII (Fall 1995), 3; ETSU president: LVIII (Fall 1995), 8-9, P; President's Message: LIX (Spring 1996), 3 [P]; President's Message: LIX (fall 1996), 3 [p]; milestones of presidential administration: LIX (fall 1996), 4-5 [p]

Nighbert, Charlotte--South Central Bell spokesperson: LVII (1994), 19 1911 Society,ETSU's future gifts plan: LXI (Fall 1998), 15

Nissenson, Hugh, New York City writer: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Niswonger, Scott M.,pres., Landair Services, Inc.: 1998 Honorary Alumnus: LXI (Fall 1998), 6

Nixon, Richard M.: XXXV (Fall 1970), 1, P

Nolan, Keith-- Buccaneer golfer named honorable mention All-American (1995): (S) LVIII (Fall 1995), 19, P member of men's golf team: LIX (spring 1996), 17 [p]

Nolen, Doug, '59--directs AT&T's customer service division for 14 southern states: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 6, P

Nolen, Sandra: (S) XXXIII (Summer 1969), 8, P

Non-Degree programs: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 10; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 4

Norman, Gurney, novelist and University of Kentucky teacher: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Norment, Dr. Bev R.--named Associate Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School at ETSU: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11, P dean of the school of graduate studies resigns to become executive director of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities/National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Programs: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27

North Side Hospital (Johnson City, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 6

Northeast State Technical Community College--cofounder of Northeast Tennessee Consortium for Service Learning: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Northeast Tennessee Consortium for Service Learning--only service learning higher education program funded in Tennessee: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

Northeast Tennessee Rehabilitation Hospital (Johnson City, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 6

Now and Then--magazine published by the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Nunley, Dr. Diana, first medical school graduate to receive Beecham Laboratories fellowship: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 9

Nunley, Dr. Rebecca Lou, '78--new chair of the department of dental hygiene: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15, P

Nursing-- XXXIV (Fall 1969), 31, P; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 13; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 3; XLV (June 1981), 9; XLVII (March 1983), 4; XLVII (September 1983), 5

Nursing Alumni Association: XLVIII (March 1983), 7

Nursing, College of-- awarded maximum five-year accreditation for master of science in nursing program by National League for Nursing Board of Review: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 12; grant from U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services: LIX (fall 1996), 10; National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF) recognition: LX (Spring 1997), 10; curriculum changes: LX (spring 1997), 12 nationally ranked: LXI (Spring 1998), 6; LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Nursing, Continuing education: accredited: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Nursing, School of: XLVII (June 1983), 15; XLVIII (March 1984), 4, 7; received $48,000 from Johnson City Medical Center Hospital for nursing scholarships: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 17; received $500,000 from nine member hospitals of the Northeast Tennessee Hospital Association: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 17; master of science degree program: LVI (fall 1992), 12-13; LVI (Fall 1992), 12-13

Nutter, Dr. Norma, new dean of College of Education: LI (Fall 1987), 9, P

 
 
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Oakes, John C., new member of Pirate Club Hall of Fame, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 9

Oaks, Dr. Judy--chair, ETSU health education department: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 8, P

O'Brien, Jean, retired from office of alumni and university relations: LI (Summer 1987), 16, P

O'Brien, Paul, associate professor of history, died April 14, 1987: (O) LI (Summer 1987), 24

Observatory (new): LXI (Spring 1998), 4 named for Harry Powell, physics department, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

O'Dell, Daniel Herman: (O) XXXIII (Summer 1969), 22, P; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 24

O'Dell, Judith Anne: (S) XLIX (Summer 1985), 11

Odom, Gary, '73, Tennessee state representative: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Odom, James: XLIX (March 1985), 7; Distinguished Faculty Award for Service: LXI (Spring 1998), 12

O'Donnell, James : XLVIII (December 1984), 8, P

Ohio Valley Conference: XXVII (Winter 1963), 6; XXVIII (Fall 1963), 9

O'Keefe, Quincy Marshall, member of Tennessee Newspaper Hall of Fame: LII (Winter 1988), 17

Old Time Radio Reunion--sponsored by the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Olive, Kenneth E.--medical school researcher working to identify blood factors involved in development of preeclampsia during pregnancy: LVII (1994), 4

Oliver, Warren H.: IX (Fall 1944), P

Olsen, Lyle--founder and managing editor of Aethlon: LVI (Winter 1993), 9, P

Omicran Delta Kappa: XLV (December 1980), 2

Omelia, Bryan-- 1995 Southern Conference Freshman-of-the-Year (golf): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19 >member of men's golf team: LIX (spring 1996), 17 [p]

One for the Higger--collection of essays, poems, stories and remembrances published by the Sport Literature Association and ETSU in honor of Robert J. (Jack) Higgs: LVII (1994), 9-10

Oppewal, Sonda-- received grant to establish a school-based health center at Hancock County High School, Sneedville, Tenn.: LVIII (Fall 1995), 10 [p] received continued funding for school-based health center at Hancock County High School: LIX (spring 1996), 27

Orner, Eugene: XXXI (Fall 1966), 14, P

Orr, Clyde L.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 13, P

Osborn, Dr. Richard E.--new assistant dean for credit programs, School of Continuing Studies: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16, P

Osborne, Harold S.: XXXII (Summer 1968), 24, P

Osborne, Jim: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 22, P

Osborne, Kent: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 21, P

Ostar, Allan: L (Summer 1986), 12, P

Osteoporosis Center established: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Oster, Ken: (S) XXXVI (Spring, 1972), 9, P

Ostheimer, Dr. John M.--new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18, P

Outstanding Educators of America: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9

Outstanding Young Men of America: XXXI (Spring 1967), 10; XXXV (Fall 1970), 6; XXXV (Winter 1971), 18

Outstanding Young Women of America: XXXI (Winter 1967), 9; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 12; XXXV (Fall 1970), 7

Overbay, Ron: (A) XL (Spring 1976), 11, P

Oxendine, Harvey Wayne: (S) XXXI (Summer 1967), 11, P

Oxendine, Winston, former Marine injured in 1983 Beirut bombing: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 11, P

 
 
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Pace, Kristy--1995 All-Conference (tennis): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Pack, Buford: XLVIII (December 1984), 7, P

Packard, Vance: XXX (Spring 1966), 21, P

Pafford, William N.: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 13, P; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Page, Dr. Melvin E., new chairman of history department: LI (Fall 1987), 17, P

Painter, Freddie Lee: (A) XXXI (Winter 1967), 10, P

Painton, Dr. Stephen W., new chairman of department of communicative disorders: LI (Fall 1987), 19, P

Palma L. Robinson Clinical Education Center--dedicated June 6, 1992: LVI (Fall 1992), 5-6, 8

Palmer, Carolyn Gregg, '69--endowed scholarship established in her honor: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14

Palmer, Robert H.: (A) XXXIV (Fall 1969), 30, P

Panhellenic Building: XXIV (Spring 1960); XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10; XXXVIII (Spring 1964), 13, P; XXXVIII (Summer 1964), 16

Panhellenic Council: XXXI (Summer 1967), 15; XXXII (Summer 1968), 13

Panhellenic Hall: XXXII (Winter 1968), 7

Panhellenic Program: XXVI (Fall 1961)

Parent's Day: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 12

Parker, George, '39--received 1994 alumni "Award of Honor": (A) LVII (1994), 12-13, P

Parker, Joel: XLVI (December 1981), 4, P

Parson, Ruben L.: XX (Winter 1956), P

Parsons, Pat B. (A): (S) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 17

Parsons, Robert: (A) XXIX (Winter 1965), 15

Patchwork players: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 15

Patience Myers McLain Fund: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 8

Patterson, Jay: (S) XLIII (October 1979), 3, P; XLV (June 1981), 18, P

Patterson, Dr. Jay, MD '86--internal medicine resident at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia: (A) LIII (Winter 1980), 6, P

Patterson, Rick--Buccaneer cross country team member named to All-Southern Conference team (1991): (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11; ETSU runner and 16th Buccaneer to earn All-American honors: LVI (Winter 1993), 7

Patton, Ella Faye: (S) XL (Spring 1976), 5

Patton, Leslie K.: XXIX (Winter 1965), 13, P; XXX (Winter 1966), 14, P; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 10, P; (O) XLIII (March 1979), 23, P

Patton, Robert: XLV (March 1981), 8; XLVII (December 1982), 10

Paxton, Juanita Willene (A): XXVIII (Fall 1963), 4, P; XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; remembrances of President Burgin E. Dossett: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 7

Payne, Betty--television announcer: LXI (Spring 1998), 7

Peacock, Leslie: (S) XIX (Winter 1955)

Pearson, Dr. and Mrs. Elmer T.--established charitable remainder unitrusts totaling $1 million; ETSU to receive one-fourth of remainder when trusts close: LV (Fall 1991), 6

Pectol, Richard: (A) XLV (Fall 1981), P

Pendergast, Debbie, '77--author of Kwitchyerbellyakin and Other Bits and Pieces of Everyday Life: LIX (spring 1996), 14

Penny, Guy: XXVII (Winter 1963), 6

Peplies, Robert: XLII (Winter 1978), 13

Pepper the Parrot: LI (Winter 1987), 20

Peppler, Richard D.: XLVIII (December 1984), 11, P

Pergolizzi, Frank S.: named new athletic director, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Peripheral laser angioplasty--first performed in the United States with the Medtronic Catheter System by Dr. David Miller, staff surgeon at Kingsport's Holston Valley Hospital and Medical Center: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 12, P

Perkins, Charles, '68--senior economist with the Bituminous Coal Operators' Association: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 8, P

Perle, Richard N.--10th Presidential Distinguished Lecturer (October 13, 1989): (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P

Perry, Murvin H.: XLIII (October 1979), 3

Personnel Department: XXXVI (Winter 1972), 6; XLII (Fall 1977), 5

Peterson, Buzz--new Buccaneeer basketball assistant coach: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19, P

Peterson, Mrs. Jean: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 5, P

Petrey, Robert C.--elected ETSU Foundation treasurer: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18; treasurer of ETSU Foundation: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17; awarded Honorary Alumnus status (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 21 scholarship named for: LXI (Spring 1998), 15

Phair, John P.: XLVII (June 1983), 16

Pharmacology department: XLIV (December 1979), 3

Phelps, Britton--1995 Southern Conference 2nd team (baseball): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Phi Alpha (sorority): XIX (Winter 1955); XXX (Summer 1966), 29

Phi Kappa Phi: XXXIV (Winter 1970), 12; XXXV (Fall 1970), 16; XLII (Fall 1977), 6; XLIII (Fall 1978), 2; XLIX (March 1985), 5

Phi Sigma Kappa: XXVIII (Winter 1964), 6; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5

Phillinger, Dr. Lynn, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 5, P

Philosophy department: XXV (Fall 1960), 10; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XLII (Fall 1977), 4; XLIII (Fall 1978), 2; XLIX (March 1985), 7, 15

Phipps, Wesley--obituary: LIX (fall 1996), 25

Physical Education department: XXV (Summer 1961), 13; XXIX (Fall 1964), 13; XXIX (Summer 1965), 14; XXXV (Winter 1971), 30; XXXV (Spring 1971), 5; XXXV (Summer 1971), 23; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 3: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 1; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5: XL (Winter 1976), 2; XLIV (December 1979), 10; XLVII (June 1983), 22

Physical Plant: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 3, P; XLI (Summer 1977), 3; XLII (Winter 1978), 12; XLVIII (September 1984), 5

Physical therapy program--masters program: LX (Fall 1997), 13; first class graduates: LXI (Spring 1998), 10

Physics department: XXIX (Summer 1965), 7; XXX (Winter 1966), 20; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 7; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 22; XLIV (December 1979), 2

Pi Gamma Mu: L (Winter 1986), 6

Pi Kappa Alpha: XXVII (fall 1962), 12; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 6; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5; XLIV (March 1980), 2

Pi Kappa Alpha. Epsilon Zeta Chapter--40th anniversary reunion: LIX (spring 1996), 12 [p]

Pi Kappa Phi: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5

Pi Phi Delta: XXXV (Spring 1971), 4

Pi Sigma: L (Spring 1986), 6

Pickle, Patsy, (A), '54--honored for perfect attendance at ETSU home football games: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 13, P; remembrances of President Burgin E. Dossett: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 7

Pike, Billy: Sports Hall of Fame, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Pike, Lee M.: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Pinkston, Tammie S., '85, MBA '87--received 1994 alumni "Award of Honor": (A) LVII (1994), 12-13, P

Pirate Club-- XXXIX (Fall 1974), 11; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 1; XL (Spring 1976), 10; XLI (Fall 1976), 19; XLIII (Fall 1978), 4; XLIII (June/July 1979), 15; XLIV (December 1979), 15; XLV (Fall 1981); XLVI (March 1982), 20; XLVI (September 1982), 10; XLVII (June 1983), 21; XLVII (September 1983), 11; XLVIII (June 1984), 21; XLVIII (September 1984), 10; new officers: LI (Fall 1987), 16; auction netted over $41,000: LIX (spring 1996), 16 25th anniversary: LX (Fall 1997), 16 new executive director named: LX (Fall 1997), 26; history: LXI (Spring 1998), 14

Pirate Club Hall of Fame, new members, 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 9, P

Pirate-Ettes: XXXIII (Fall 1968), 24, P; XXXV (Fall 1970), 12, P; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 13

Pitts, Mike: (A) XLVII (September 1983), 4; receives Counselor Advocate of the Year Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Place, Scott: (S) XLIV (March 1980), 15, P

Placement Service Office: XVI (Spring 1952); XXIX (Fall 1964), 13; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 7, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 8

Planetarium: XXVI (Winter 1962), 5, P

Plant: XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 11, P

Plumb, Ron: (S) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 10

Plummer, Carol, '80--James H. Quillen College of Medicine employee: (A) LVII (1994), 24

Plummer, Robert: L (Summer 1986), 11

Plummer, Robert M., '84, M.Ed. '87--appointed Director of University Alumni: (A) LVII (1994), 24, P

Poteat, John H.: named honorary alumni, LXII (Fall 1999), 6, P

Pointer, Martha--Who's Who Among America's Teachers for 1994: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Political Science department: XXVIII (Fall 1963), 6; XXIX (Summer 1965), 12; XXXI (Summer 1967), 17; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 22, P; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 9; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 5; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 6; XLI (Summer 1977), 8; XLII (winter 1978), 11; XLVI (September 1982), 3

Pollak, Charles T.: XLVIII (December 1983), 2

Poole, Buddy: XLVII (June 1983), 21, P

Poole, Donald H.: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9; XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Pope, Leslie Parks, elected ETSU Foundation secretary: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18; vice president of ETSU Foundation: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17; Foundation president for three years (1991-94): LVII (1994), 17; past president of ETSU Foundation appointed to Tennessee Board of Regents: LVIII (Fall 1995), 10, P

Pope, Ray: XLVI (June 1982), 12

Popham, John: XXIX (Summer 1965), 6, P; XLVII (December 1982), 3

Post, Mickey, '75--Stationary Source Compliance Division, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 4, P

Post Office: XXXVI (Spring 1969), 16; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 27; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5

Poteat, Jerry: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 6, P

Poth, Beverly: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 13, P

Potter, James, Jr., '53--commissioned 2nd lieutenant during ETSC's first commissioning ceremony: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Powell, Dennis--named honorary alumnus: LX (Fall 1997), 6

Powell, Harry (A): XXXIV (Winter 1970), 7

Powell, Harry--physics faculty member who participates in Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA): LVIII (Fall 1995), 6 new observatory named in his honor, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Powell, James J.-- XLIII (October 1979), 11, P; XLVI (March 1982), 17, P; contributed $100,000 to benefit College of Business: LIX (spring 1996), 15 [p]; George L. Carter Award (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13 [p]

Powell, Sandra G.-- contributed $100,000 to benefit College of Business: LIX (spring 1996), 15 [p]; George L. Carter Award (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13 [p]

Powell Hall: XXVI (Fall 1961), 5, P; XXX (Summer 1966), 20, P

Power, Seamus-- Buccaneer cross country and indoor track team member: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18 Buccaneer cross country team member earned All-American honors (1991): LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11 All-American runner at ETSU: LVI (Winter 1993), 6-8, P

Power Plant: XXX (Summer 1966), 30, P

Powers, Wade--President of Northeast State Technical Community College: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10, P

Prather, Kendra--Lady Buck track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Pratt, D. C.: (A) XXXI (Fall 1966), 22

Preeclampsia (pregnancy disorder)--subject of research at James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LVII (1994), 4

Pre-Medical Reinforcement and Enrichment Program: XLVII (September 1983), 5

Pre-school for deaf children: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 15

Presidential Distinguished Lecture-- (April 26, 1989): LIII (spring/summer 1989), inside front cover [p]; 10th (October 13, 1989): LIV (winter/spring 1990), 20 [p]; (November 1989): LIV (winter/spring 1990), 19 [p]; 11th (January 23, 1990): LIV (winter/spring 1990), 9 [p]; celebrated 25th anniversary of the B. Carroll Reece Museum (Oct. 1990): LV (spring/summer 1991), 17 [p]; 16th (October 24, 1992): LVI (winter 1993), 15 [p]; (September 9, 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 8 [p]; (21 April 1996): LIX (spring 1996), 8

Presidential search (1991-92): LV (Fall 1991), 3

Presidential search (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 4-5

Presidential search advisory committee: LIX (fall 1996), 5

Presidents Club: XXXV (Fall 1970), 29; XXXV (Spring 1971), 17; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 16; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 15; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 10; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 5; XLI (Winter 1977), 10

President's Home: XXX (Fall 1965), 14, P; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 1

President's Message: LVII (1994), 1-2; LVIII (Spring 1995), 1-2; LVIII (Fall 1995), 3; LIX (Spring 1996), 3; LIX (Fall 1996), 3; LXI (Spring 1998), 3; LXI (Fall 1998), 3; LXII (Spring 1999), 3; LXII (Fall 1999), 3

President's Partners: XLIX (Fall 1985), 16

"President's Perspective": XLVII (March 1983), 2; XLVII (September 1983), 2; XLVIII (March 1984), 2; XLVIII (September 1984), 4; XLIX (March 1985), 3; XLIX (Fall 1985), 2; L (winter 1986), 3; L (Spring 1986), 2; L (Summer 1986), 2; L (Fall 1986), 2; LI (Spring 1987), 2; LI (Summer 1987), inside cover; LI (Fall 1987), 2; LII (Winter 1988), inside cover; LII (Spring 1988), 2; LII (Summer/Fall 1988), inside cover; LIII (Winter 1989, 2

President's Pride: (S) XLVI (December 1981), 10

President's Trust: XLVIII (September 1984), 8; XLIX (Fall 1985), 16; LVIII (Spring 1995), 17

Pride Week: LXI (Spring 1998), 8-9; LXII (Spring 1999), 8-9

Prince, William Lafayette: X (Summer 1946); (O) XIX (Winter 1955)

Prinsolo, Tienie--ETSU tennis player recorded a perfect 28-0 record as a freshman: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 7

Project ECHO (Ecological Caregiving for Home Outcomes)--new federally-funded project of the Center for early Childhood Learning and Development: LIII (Winter 1989), 19, P

Provost, Office of--established in 1997: LX (spring 1997), 27

Psychology department: XXIX (Winter 1965), 14; XXIX (Summer 1965), 12; XXXI (Winter 1967), 30; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5; XLII (Winter 1978), 11-12; XLIII (March 1979), 23; XLVII (March 1983), 11

Public and Allied Health, College of: XLV (June 1981), 22

Public and Allied Health, School of: XLVI (June 1982), 17; XLVII (September 1983), 4; XLIX (March 1985), 4

Public Information: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 6

Public Safety Department: XLVII (December 1982), 4; See, Campus Safety Department

Pullen, Dr. Carol, Assistant professor in the Department of Professional Roles/Mental Health Nursing: LVI (Fall 1992), 12

Pumariega, Andres J.--receives national medical awards: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Pyles, Rebecca A.,biological sciences professor: named director of ETSU Honors Program: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

 
 
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Quarles, Gene: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 21, P

Quayle, Dan--campaign stop at ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 9, P

Quillen, Cecile Cox--wife of Congressman James H. Quillen: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 12, P

Quillen, U. S. Rep. James H., "Jimmy"-- XXXIX (Summer 1975), 2, P; XLIV (September 1980), 5, P; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 6, P; ETSU College of Medicine named for the veteran U. S. Congressman: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 12, P; awarded honorary membership in ETSU Foundation: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 4, P; LVIII (Spring 1995), 7, P; LIX (fall 1996), 3 [p]; commencement speaker (Dec. 1996): LX (spring 1997), 10 [p]

Quillen, Kermit: (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 15, P

Quillen, Lottie M.: (A) XXXII (Spring 1968), 27, P

Quillen, Rita Sims--author of Counting the Sums: LIX (spring 1996), 14

Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 4; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 1; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 5; XL (Fall 1975), 3; XL (Winter 1976), 4; XL (Spring 1976), 6; XL (Summer 1976), 2; XLI (Fall 1976), 9; XLI (Winter 1977), 2; XLI (Spring 1977), 11; XLI (Summer 1977), 4; XLII (Fall 1977, 2; XLII (Winter 1978), 2; XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLII (Summer 1978), 1; XLIV (March 1980), 3; XLIV (June 1980), 8; XLV (December 1980), 15; XLV (Fall 1981); XLV (September/October 1981), 4; XLVI (March 1982), 12; XLVI (September 1982), 11; XLVII (March 1983), 4; XLVII (June 1983), 17, 19; XLVIII (December 1984), 3; XLVIII (September 1984), 5; XLIX (March 1985), 4, 7; XLIX (Summer 1985), 9; LI (Spring 1987), 3-4, P; 1987 graduates and residency placements: LI (Summer 1987), 7; decade of growth, 1978-88: LII (Spring 1988), 9, P; received $5,000 contribution from Lederle Laboratories: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 16 See also, James H. Quillen College of Medicine

"Quilts of Tennessee," Reece Museum exhibition, summer, 1987: LI (Fall 1987), 19, P

 
 
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Radio Station: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 9; See also, WETS-FM

Ramsburg, Beverly Perkins--one of the first two recipients of Barbara Jaffe Silvers Memorial Fellowship in History: (S) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Randolph, Janice Pitts: XLI (Summer 1977), 7

Rasch, Dr. Ellen M.--1989 recipient of Distinguished Faculty Award: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 18, P

Rathbone, Basil: XXVI (Winter 1962), 10, P

Re-entry Policy: XLIV (June 1980), 5

Reading department: XXXII (Summer 1968), 12; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 8; XLI (Summer 1977), 8

Reading Laboratory: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 13; XXX (Winter 1966), 13; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 4

Reagan, President Ronald: LI (Winter 1987), 5 passed through Johnson City, Tenn., in 1944: LVIII (Fall 1995), 7, P

Real Estate department: XXXV (Winter 1971), 31; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 22

Real estate scholarships: XXXVII (Spring 1973), 15; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 15; XL (Summer 1976), 5; XLI (Summer 1977), 7

Reasoner, Harry: XXX (Winter 1966), 16, P; See, CBS

Redpath, Jean--Scottish folksinger: LVII (1994), 11, P

Reece, B. Carroll: XXXV (Winter 1971), 6

Reece Museum: XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 8; XXX (Winter 1966), 16, 18; XXX (Spring 1966), 17, P; XXX (Summer 1966), 10, P; XXXIV (Spring 1970), 6; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 11; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 6, P; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 6; XLV (June 1981), 19; XLV (September/October 1981), 5; XLVI (June 1982), 16; XLVIII (September 1984), 5; LXI (Spring 1998), 15

Reed, Dr. J. Shelton--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 6, P; receives George L. Carter Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 5, P

Reed, Capt. James E.--killed in Vietnam (February 1, 1968): (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Reed, Dr. Shelton--elected first-term member of ETSU Foundation board of directors: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 18; received 1990 Honorary Alumnus Award for his work with the James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 13, P; establishes William Henry Reed Chair of Surgery: LXI (Fall 1998), 14

Reed, Walter Henry, Chair of Surgery: established: LXI (Fall 1998), 14

Reese, Dr. Jack E.--fall 1989 commencement speaker: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19, P

Reese, Marcus: (S) XLVIII (March 1984), 14, P

"Regionalism and Inspiration" writers in residence series, (fall 1987): LII (Winter 1988), 18

Reich, Robert--Presidential Distinguished Lecturer, Spring 1989: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), inside front cover, P

Religious Affairs: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14; XXXV (Winter 1971), 8; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 21; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 11; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 14; XL (Summer 1976), 5

Rennie, Chris: (S) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 10

Renzaglia, Dr. Karen S.--1989 recipient of Foundation Research Award: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 18, P

Research activity: LXI (Spring 1998), 12

Research funding at ETSU: funding record set, FY 1986-87: LI (Fall 1987), 18; tops $20 million: LXI (Fall 1998), 12

Research Advisory Council: XXXV (Fall 1970), 39

Research Development Committee: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Research funding: exceeds $22 million, LXII (Fall 1999), 12

Retirees: LX (Spring 1997), 28; LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Revell, Oliver: L (Summer 1986), 6-7, P

Revell, Oliver B., '60: (A) L (Winter 1986), 6, P; Associate Deputy Director for Investigations at the FBI: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 5-6, P Writes book titled "A G-Man's Journal": LXII (Spring 1999), 10

Reynolds, Leslie B., Jr.--obituary: LIX (fall 1996), 25

Rhoton, Dr. Jack--editor of Science Educator, the National Science Supervisors Association journal: LVI (Winter 1993), 16, P

Rice, Michael, 1st place winner in national CADKEY design competition: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 3, P

Rice, Sidney: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 17, P; (O) XLVIII (December 1983), 24

Rice, SuEllen: (S) XLIV (September 1980), 4

Richardson, Burrell: XLII (Fall 1977), 2, P

Richardson, Debbie--Lady Buccaneer basketball coach: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18

Richardson, Deborah Ann: L (Summer 1986), 17, P

Rickman, Jack R.: (A) XXXIII (Winter 1969), 22, P

Rider, John, II--Who's Who Among America's Teachers for 1994: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Ridgeway, Nathan--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Rifle Team: XXV (Spring 1961), 14, P; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 12; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 15; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 11, P; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 29, P; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 8; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 13; XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; XXXV (Summer 1971), 16; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 11; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 12; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 11; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 10; XL (Spring 1976), 6; XLIV (March 1980), 17; XLIV (June 1980), 17; XLV (December 1980), 18

Rigell, William R.: (O) XXVII (Spring 1963), 8, P

Righteous Brothers: XXX (Summer 1966), 23, P

Riley, Don, '56--named head football coach, February 1, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 7, P

Riley, Jim, '61-- author of three books on Negro baseball leagues: LIX (spring 1996), 14 director of research, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Kansas City: LIX (fall 1996), 11

Rinehart, Dallas--ETSU baseball player drafted by California Angels: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 6, 8, P

Ritter Hall: XXIV (Summer 1960), P

Roan Scholarship established--LX (Fall 1997), 17; LXI (Spring 1998), 14; receives $1 million Gump donation: LXI (Fall 1998), 17; Nancy Dishner named director of program, LXII (Fall 1999), 11

Robbins, Al--Eastman Chemical Company: LIX (Spring 1996), 3 [p]

Robert, Timothy: (A) XLIV (December 1979), 3

Robert G. and Carlisle Crawford Memorial Fund: XXXIX (Spring 1975), 15; See also: Carlisle Crawford Memorial Fund

Robert R. Palston Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Roberts, Dr. Anna Duggins--ETSU assistant professor of home economics displayed original apparel designs at International Textile and Apparel Association annual meeting in San Francisco (1992): LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11

Roberts, Anthony--professional dancer with the Utah Repertory Dance Theatre: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Roberts, Dr. Charles V.--new chair of the communication department; LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 15, P

Roberts, Karen (A): (S) XLVIII (June 1984), 12

Roberts, L. T., new member of Pirate Club Hall of Fame, 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 9, P

Roberts, Lloyd: XI (Spring 1947)

Roberts, Loyd T.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Roberts, Winifred O.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Robertson, Dr. C. Warren, director of threatre: LI (Spring 1987), 6, P

Robertson, Gary, B.S., '71--entrepreneur: LX (Fall 1997), 14

Robertson, Jerry: (A) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 12, P; XLVI (June 1982), 12; XLVII (June 1983), 21, P; LX (Fall 1997), 20

Robertson, Marilyn (A): (S) XLV (December 1980), 11

Robinette, Gary: (S) XLIV (September 1980), 17, P

Robinson, Daniel D.--member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 6, P

Robinson, Les: XLIX (Summer 1985), 22, P; L (Summer 1986), 17, P; Buccaneer basketball coach became third winningest coach in Southern Conference history: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 5; men's basketball coach: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 7, P; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11; LVI (Winter 1993), 6; named honorary alumnus: LX (Fall 1997), 6

Robinson, Ruth M., '42, Tennessee state representative: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Robinson, Taneisha, ETSU track athlete: LXII (Spring 1999), 16

Robles, Antonio--1995 Southern Conference Player-of-the-Year (tennis): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Rockovich, Mike--named assistant athletic director: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Rockwood, Vivian V.--chair of the department of home economics (1958-76): LVII (1994), 19, P

Roddy, Howard W., '74: alumni award of honor, LXII (Fall 1999), 6, P

Rodgers, Eric: XXXIII (Spring 1969), 4, P

Roesel, Arna F.: (O) XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 27, P

Roesel, Hilde: XXV (Summer 1961), 7, P

Rogers, C. E.: (O) XXXI (Winter 1967), 31, P

Rogers, Earl: 1998 Award of Honor: LXI (Fall 1998), 5

Rogers, Donald Allen, '74, MA '77, Ed.S. '79--1994 Tennessee Middle School Principal of the Year: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 16, P

Rogers, James E., '64, MBA'66--received alumni association Award of Honor (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

Rogers, Jim: (A) L (Spring 1986), 9

Rogers, Sanford--work with Olympics in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 8

Rogers, William Flinn: XXVI (Fall 1961), 13; XXXII (Summer 1968), 11; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14, P; (O) XLIX (March 1985), 15

Rogers-Stout Hall: XXXII (Fall 1967), 10, P

Rogersville Review: XLV (March 1981), 11

Rondal B. Cole Research Laboratory in Immunophysiology: LX (spring 1997), 15

Roosevelt, Selwa: XLIX (Summer 1985), 4, P

Rose, Glen--member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9

Roseberry, Helen K., 54, MA '73: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 5, P; XLVIII (September 1984), 5; 1995 Award of Honor: LVIII (Fall 1995), 17, P

Ross, Ella V.: (A) XXVI (Fall 1961), 11, P; XXIX (Summer 1965), 8, P; XXXII (Winter 1968), 7, P; XXXV (Summer 1971), 9, P; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 1, 14, P; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 6, P; XLIII (October 1979), 5, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 7, P; Dean Emeritus died June 14, 1991): (O) LV (Fall 1991), 11

ROTC: XVI (Summer 1952); XVII (Winter 1953); XXV (Spring 1961), 14, P; XXVII (Fall 1962), 11, P; XXIX (Winter 1965), 10; XXIX (Spring 1965), 14; XXXIII (Spring 1969); 18; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 8, 9; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 12; XXXV (Summer 1971), 16; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 2, 10; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8; XXXIX (Winter 1975), 8; LVI (Winter 1993), 19; LXI (Spring 1998), 11; program ranks high nationally, LXII (Fall 1999), 12

ROTC Band: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 15; XXIX (Summer 1965), 14, P; XXX (Winter 1966), 21; XXX (Summer 1966), 31

ROTC Scholarship: XXXV (Fall 1970), 7; XXXV (Summer 1971), 23

Rovere, Bobby (Robert): XXXI (Winter 1967), 19, P; XXXI (Summer 1967), 25, P; (A) XL (Spring 1976), 11, P

Rowland, Glenn F., J.r, and Martyne--provided in their wills that 30% of their estate to be given to the ETSU Foundation: (A) LV (Fall 1991), 6

Roy Van Pangle Award: XXXV (Summer 1971), 17

Royalty, Dale: XLVII (March 1983), 4

Rural Health Association of Tennessee--presented award to ETSU: LX (spring 1997), 12

Rural health care in northeast Tennessee: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 11

Russell, Gayle, '63, vice president of operations and marketing for Holiday Corporation: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 8, P

Russian visitors at ETSU, April 26, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 7, P

Russo, Daniel: XLI (Summer 1977), 7, P

Rust, Jerry H., Jr.: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 6, p

Rutherford, Reed W., '68--new treasurer of Pirate Club: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 16

 
 
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Saddler, David A., '84--named Alumni Records Coordinator in University Advancement: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Saidax, Laura, 1986 Homecoming Queen: LI (Winter 1987), 30

Saltzman, Joel L.--counsel for energy regulatory issues for the U. S. Senate's Committee on Energy and Natural Resources: (A) LIV (winter/Spring 1990), 5, P

Sampson, Robert E.: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 12

Sams, Earl C.: (A) XLVIII (June 1984), 21, P

Sams, Lois K.--named Information Research Technician in University Advancement's Alumni Office: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Sams, Martha M.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Sams, Robert F.: (A) XLVIII (December 1983), cover page

Samuels, Robert: XLIII (October 1979), 3

Sanders, Dr. Jack--new director of institutional effectiveness & planning: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27, P

Sanders, Judge Clifford: XLVII (September 1983), 11, P

Sasser, George F.: XLVII (March 1983), 12, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 10, P

Sauceman, Fred W. (A): (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 15, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 5

Saunders, James: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Saylor, George H.: (A) XXXII (Summer 1968), 23, P

Scabbard and Blade: XXV (Winter 1961), 4; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 9

Schappert, Robert, '49: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Scheuerman, Dr. Phillip--conducting studies at the Superfund site at Southern Wood Piedmont in Chattanooga, Tenn., and on South Indian Creek in Unicoi County, Tenn.: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 9, P; director of environmental health sciences lab: LVI (Winter 1993), 14

Schirra, Wally: L (Summer 1986), 14-15, P; LI (Winter 1987), 11

Schmidt, Dale: XLVIII (March 1984), 4

Schmidt, William R. (Rear Admiral): (A) XLVII (June 1983), 14; 1998 distinguished alumnus in the Armed Forces: LXI (Fall 1998), 6

Schneider, Valerie L. (A): XLIII (Fall 1978), 2; XLVI (March 1982), 5; retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Scholarship endowments, established in 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 10

Scholarships: XV (Summer 1951); XVI (Fall 1951); XXIV (Summer 1960); XXV (Winter 1961), 7; XXVI (Summer 1962), 7; XXVII (Summer 1963), 7; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 6; XXXI (Spring 1967), 18; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 21; XXXV (Winter 1971), 17; XXXV (Spring 1971), 15; XXXV (Summer 1971), 17; XL (Summer 1976), 5; XLIII (March 1979), 3; XLIII (June/July 1979), 5; XLVI (September 1982), 5; XLVII (December 1982), 18; LI (Spring 1987), 11; LX (Fall 1997), 17; LXII (Spring 1999), 14

Scholton, William: (A) XXIX (Winter 1965), 25

School of Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 13-14

School Spirit Committee: XXVII (Fall 1962), 12

Schott, Danyelle--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Schott, Penelope, Rocky Hill, New Jersey poet, teacher, and writer on women's issues: LII (Winter 1988), 18

Schroder, Jack: XXXV (Spring 1971), 4

Schrock, Earl F. Junior: XXXV (Spring 1971), 5

Schumaier, Sam: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10

Science Building: IV (Winter 1939); VI (Winter 1941); XI (Fall 1946); XI (Winter 1947); XIII (Fall 1948); XXVIII (Winter 1964), 7; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 20; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 13, P; XLVIII (June 1984), 12, P

Science Education department: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 13; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 1

Science Educator--National Science Supervisors Association journal: LVI (Winter 1993), 16

Science Fair: XLVII (June 1983), 2

Science Laboratory: XXXVI (Winter 1972), 29

Scott, Linda Preston: XLIII (June/July 1979), 11, P

Scribes: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 11; XXXII (Summer 1968), 23

Scrolls: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 11; XXIX (Winter 1965), 12

Sculpture--student sculpture graces city elementary school: LX (Fall 1997), 13

Seal, Brenda Joan: (S) XXXIII (Fall 1968), 17, P; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 9, P

Seal, O. Jean: (A) XXXV (Spring 1971), 14, P

Seale, Bobby--co-founder of the Black Panther Party and keynote speaker for Black History Month (February 1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16, P

Seaman, Pete: (S) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 10

Seay, Sandra: (A) XLVII (September 1983), 5

Seay, Thomas: (S) XLIX (Summer 1985), 14

Seehorn, J. L. Junior: XLII (Winter, 1978), 12

Seehorn, James L., Jr., '56--named Assistant Vice president, Physical Plant: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P

Self, Mary Florence: XXVI (Winter 1962), 7; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P; board member of ETSU Retires Association (ETSURA): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 15

Self, Virgil Claxton: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P; (O) XLIV (June 1980), 22, P

Self-Study Steering Committee: XLVIII (March 1984), 4

Sensabaugh, Jack, principal scientist at Reynolds/Nabisco: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 11, P

Sessions, Robert P.: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 11; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Sevareid, Eric--delivered Presidential Distinguished Lecture (October 1990): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 17, P

Seven BucksWorth--university men's chorus performed at the White House (December 26, 1989): LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19, P

Seventy-fifth Anniversary of ETSU: XLIX (Summer 1985), 7; L (Summer 1986), 20, P; LI (Winter 1987)

Seward, John E.--1995 Honorary Alumnus Award: LVIII (Fall 1995), 17, P

Shadeed, Eddie, '83: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 9

Shadeed, Gerilynn Ikenberry, '84, MA '89: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 8-9, P

Shagan, Phoebe: (S) XLIV (June 1980), 5, P

Shanghai Technical College of Metallurgy--signed exchange agreement with ETSU in the fall of 1990: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 2

Shanks, Carroll D., '48, MA '54: (A) XLVIII (September 1984), 3, P; outstanding alumus for 1986, American General Life and Accident Insurance Company, Nashville, Tenn.: LII (Spring 1988), 3-4, P; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 7, P; chair of Governor's TennCare Roundtable: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 6-7, P

Sharp, Eddythe Hawkins, '30--left $100,000 estate for establishment of Hawkins Scholarship in honor of her parents: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 14; donated $135,000 to ETSU: (A) LV (Fall 1991), 6

Sharp, R. Chesla, English professor--retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Sharpin, Connie (Nelson), BA '75, MED '85: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Sheets, Eleanor: (A) XLV (March 1981), 11, P

Sheffey, John Franklin: (S) XXVIII (Spring 1964), 12, P; XXVIII (Summer 1964), 15

Shehane, Donna--Who's Who Among American's Teachers for 1994: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23

Shelbridge--ETSU presidential residence: LVIII (Fall 1995), 8-9, P

Shell, Kathy: (S) XLII (Winter, 1978), 10, P

Shelton, Janice-- director of athletics at ETSU (1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18, P; LVI (Winter 1993), 6, 11, P; LVII (1994), 20; Director of Intercollegiate Athletics submitted resignation, effective August 15, 1995): LVIII (Spring 1995), 15; retired as director of athletics (January 1995): LVIII (Fall 1995), 18, 20; work with Olympics in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 7

Sherman, Deborah, M.D., '86--alumni achievement award: LX (Fall 1997), 7

Sherrod, Alice--honored by the establishment of Dr. Howell and Alice Sherrod Surgery Resident Research Fund: LVIII (Fall 1995), 11, P

Sherrod, Charles C.: IV (Winter 1939); IV (Spring 1939); XIII (Summer 1949); XIV (Fall 1949); XXI (Fall 1956); (O) XXXI (Spring 1967), 1, 4-5, 14-15, P; XXXI (Summer 1967), 7, P; XXXIII (Fall 1968), 17, P

Sherrod, Howell H.: XLII (Spring 1978); XLVIII (June 1984), 21, P

Sherrod, Dr. Howell, '38--honored by the establishment of Dr. Howell and Alice Sherrod Surgery Resident Research Fund: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 11, P

Sherrod Library (new): named, LXII (Spring 1999), 13; dedication, LXII (Fall 1999), 12

Sherrod Room: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 3

Shipley, Joe: XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Shipley, Joe B., MA '60, former ETSU baseball coach, died August 10, 1987: (O) LI (Fall 1987), 23

Shipley, Phyllis: XXX (Winter 1966), 5, P

Shockley, Steve: XLV (December 1980), 4, P

Sholes, Dillard M., Jr.: XLIV (March 1980), 3, P

Shoop, James L. "Jay," '70--chief athletic trainer for Olympic Village in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 7 [p]

Shuler, Hal--named assistant football coach: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Shulman, Barbara: (A) XLII (Fall 1977), 9, P

Siddiqui, Afzai A.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Sider, Dr. Ronald, lectured on "New Avenues of Peacemaking in a Nuclear Age," February 16, 1987: LI (Spring 1987), 10, P

Sidney, Dainon--won 200 meters and 400 meters relays in 1995 Southern Conference Championships: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Siepert, David--assistant men's basketball coach: LIX (fall 1996), 19

Sigma Alpha Epsilon: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5

Sigma Chi: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5; XLIX (Summer 1985), 11 awarded highest fraternity honor, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Sigma Kappa: XXVIII (Winter 1964)

Sigma Nu: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5

Sigma Omega: L (Spring 1986), 6

Sigma Phi Epsilon: XXXIX (Winter 1975), 5

Silicon Graphics Inc. (Mountain View, Calif.)--supports ETSU's curriculum program with an exclusive discount purchase agreement for computer hardware: LVII (1994), 6-7

Silver Jubilee of State Teachers College (now ETSU): I (Spring 1936); I (Summer 1936); II (Fall 1936); II (Winter 1937)

Silver Society $100,000 Cumulative Giving: LVIII (Spring 1995), 18

Silvers, Barbara Jaffe, MA '74: (A) XLV (September/October 1981), 12; member of Commission on the Future of ETSU: (A) LII (summer/Fall 1988), 7, P alumni association secretary (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4; ETSU alumna, teacher and benefactor died August 27, 1992: (O) LVI (Fall 1992), 18, P; history fellowship established in her memory: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Simerly, Rick: (S) XXXIX (Fall 1974), 9; XL (Fall 1975), 1

Simerly, Rick, '76, MA '78--band teacher at T. A. Dugger Junior High School, Elizabethton, Tenn.: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12

Simonds, Ken, '57--president and CEO of Teradata Corporation, Los Angeles: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 13, P

Simpson, Harland, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: (S) LI (Spring 1987), 3-4, P

Sims, Benny, scholarship--LX (Fall 1997), 17

Sizemore, Doug, '52--Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 6-7, P

Sizemore, Stuart: (A) LVII (1994), 21-22

Skalko, Louise, M.Ed. '84--established Louise Skalko Scholarship Endowment: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 21, P

Skalko, Richard G.: XLII (Winter 1978), 12

SkillSearch--service provided to ETSU alumni by Office of Career Development: LVIII (Fall 1995), 26; LIX (spring 1996), 28

Slocumb, Elizabeth: XXI (Fall 1956); XXVI (Winter 1962), 14, P; XXVII (Summer 1963), 9, P; (O) XXXVI (Winter 1972), 29, P; XLVII (June 1983), 9, P

Slocumb Gallery: XXVI (Winter 1962), 14; XLVIII (December 1984), 10

Sluss, Jennifer--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Smith, Anita Meredity, '45--photographed future U. S. President Ronald Reagan at Johnson City Airport in 1944: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 7

Smith, Barbara L.: (A) XLVII (December 1982), 23

Smith, Brenda Thompson, MA '74: (A) XLVII (June 1983), 14; XLVIII (September 1984), 1, P; 1994 Tennessee Elementary School Principal of the Year: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 16, P

Smith, Charles E.--new chancellor of Tennessee Board of Regents: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 9, P

Smith, Charles H: XL (Spring 1976), 17, P

Smith, Crawford (A): (S) XXXII (Summer 1968), 10, P

Smith, Danny, MA '79--work with Olympics in Atlanta: LIX (fall 1996), 8

Smith, Delores A.--LX (Fall 1997), 27

Smith, Hal: XXVII (Winter 1963), 8; XXVIII (Winter 1964), 11, P

Smith, Hal (A): (S) XL (Spring 1976), 9; XL (Summer 1976), 7

Smith, Harry--CBS News correspondent delivered Presidential Distinguished lecture (September 9, 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 8, P

Smith, Major General Hubert G., '62: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; one of six general officers commissioned at ETSU: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Smith, James: XLVIII (September 1984), 5

Smith, Jimmy Neil, '69: (A) XXXIX (Spring 1975), 7, P; received alumni association's Award of Honor: LVI (Fall 1992), 21

Smith, Joe--writer/editor for James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LIX (fall 1996), 27

Smith, Joseph L., '93-- named as a counselor in the Office of Admissions: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P; new alumni records coordinator in University Advancement: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27, P

Smith, Marcus--member of bluegrass music group Lou Reid, Terry Baucom and Carolina: (A) LVII (2994), 10

Smith, Pamela: (S) L (Spring 1986), 16, P

Smith, Major General Rondal H., B.S., '66--alumni award of honor (1997): LX (Fall 1997), 5

Smith, Timothy: (S) XLIX (Summer 1985), 14

Smith, Travis: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Smith, Vella Mae: XXVI (Spring 1962), 11, P; (O) XLIII (October 1979), 22

Smith, William E.--principal of University School: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

Snead, J. C.: (A) XLIV (December 1979), 15, P

Snead, J. C.--ETSU alumnus and PGA Senior Tour member: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6; member of PGA Senior Tour: LVIII (Fall 1995), 20, P

Snell, R. L.: XXIX (Winter 1965), 13

Snodgrass, Jim: (A) XLVII (June 1983), 13

Snyder, Bill, '62--creator of hand-sculptured horses: (A) LX (Spring 1997), 9, P

Snyder, Scotty Lane: (A) XLII (Fall 1977), 5, P

Soccer (Women's): 1998 schedule: LXI (Fall 1998), 19

Social Service department: XXXVI (Summer 1972), 23; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 13; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 14

Social Studies Department: VI (Winter 1941)

Social Welfare department: XXIX (Fall 1964), 14; XXIX (Winter 1965), 14; XXIX (Summer 1965), 12

Social Work Department: XLVI (December 1981), 3

Social Work Education Department: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 13

Society of Manufacturing Engineers' Foundation, 1987 ETSU grant: LI (Fall 1987), 15

Society for Manufacturing Engineers' Manufacturing Engineering Education Foundation--awarded $32,450 to ETSU: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 19

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, regional conference, October 8-9, 1987: LII (Winter 1988), 16

Sociology department: XXVI (Summer 1962), 8; XXVII (Spring 1963); XXIX (Spring 1965), 11; XXXIV (Winter 1970), 18; XXXV (Spring 1971), 15; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 11; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 6; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 20; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 14; XLII (Winter 1978), 11; XLIII (March 1979), 23; XLVII (December 1982), 3; XLVIII (December 1983), 3

Software Engineering Institute: L (Fall 1986), 7, P; joined by ETSU: LII (Winter 1988), 2

Software engineering--master's degree program offered at Oak Ridge, Tenn.: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Sola, Dr. Luciana, visiting professor and NATO fellow from University of Rome: LI (Fall 1987), 7, P

Songer, Lewis: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 9; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6

South Africa: LVIII (Spring 1995), 11

Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA)--ETSU a member institution: LVIII (Fall 1995), 5-6

Southerland, Bob R.--vice president for marketing for Food City: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 13, P

Southern Appalachia: XXXVI (Spring 1972), 20

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' Commission on Colleges reaffirmed ETSU's accreditation for another 10-year period (December 16, 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 5

Southern Conference-- XLIII (March 1979), 14; LVII (1994), 20; men's & women's basketball championships move to Greensboro Coliseum Complex in 1996: LVIII (Fall 1995), 20 membership changes: LIX (spring 1996), 19 names sites for basketball tournament: LXII (Spring 1999), 17

Southern Conference Commissioner's Cup - Buccaneers finish in second place: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 17

Southern Conference Germann Cup - Lady Buccaneers placed second: LI (Summer 1987), 17

Southern Festival of Books (1995): LIX (spring 1996), 14

Southern University Student Government Association: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 16

Spangler, Robert S.: XLII (Winter 1978), 12

Sparkman, Winetta, '78--co-author of Miss Daisy Celebrates Tennessee: LIX (spring 1996), 14 [p]

Spaulding, Kenneth C.: (O) XXXV (Summer 1971), 31, P

Special Education, Third World: XXXIX (Spring 1975), 8

Special Education department: XXIX (Summer 1965), 12; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 14; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 12; XLII (Fall 1977), 3; XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Special programs office: LI (Fall 1987), 17

Speech and Hearing Clinic: XXII (Winter 1958); XXXIV (Fall 1969), 14; XLII (Fall 1977), 3

Speech department: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 15, 19; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 15; XXXV (Spring 1971), 4; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 18; XLIII (Fall 1978), 2; XLIV (June 1980), 4; XLIX (March 1985), 15

Speer, Jean Haskell--new director of the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 8, P; became director of the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services in January 1993: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4

Spivak, Charles: XV (Winter 1951)

Sponsor Corps: XXIX (Winter 1965), 10; XXIX (Spring 1965), 14; XXXIII (Spring 1969), 14; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 8; XXXV (Spring 1971), 4; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 12, P

Sport Literature Association: LVI (Winter 1993), 9

Sports Hall of Fame: inductees, LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Sports Information: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 16

Sports--outlook: LX (Fall 1997), 19

Spratling, John--ETSU football player nominated for CoSIPA Academic All- America Status for two consecutive years: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Spring, Dr. Kenneth R., second Wellcome Visiting Professor hosted by Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LII (Winter 1988), 14, P

Spring fest: XLVIII (June 1984), 11

Sprint: telephone company donates to ETSU Foundation, LXII (Spring 1999), 15

Spritzer, Allen D.: XLV (September/October 1981), 3, P

Spritzer, Dr. Allan D., dean, College of Business: LI (Summer 1987), 2-3, P named Allan and Ruth Harris Chair of Excellence in Business, LXII (Spring 1999), 15, P

Spurgeon, Jack, '62--vice president and director, systems and computer services division, Eastman Chemical Company: LIX (spring 1996), 10 [p]

Squibb, Joyce: (A) XLIX (Fall 1985), 7, P

Stadium: I (Fall 1935); I (Winter 1936); XIII (Spring 1949); XXXV (Fall 1970), 15

Stafford, James E.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 13, P

Stafford, Tim, '81, MA '84-- member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9; won 1993 Grammy award as member of Allison Kraus and Union Station: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14, P ETSU Bluegrass and Country Music Program faculty member: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

Stage Band: XXXV (Winter 1971), 5

Stahl, Ray E.: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 6, P

Stalcup, Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Billy J., '57, U. S. Army: (A) LII (Winter 1988), 4; LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 20, P; one of six general officers commissioned at ETSU: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Stanley, Edward, '30, established scholarship endowment, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 10

Stanton, Nancy, wife of ETSU Pres. Paul E. Stanton, Jr.: LXII (Spring 1999), 7

Stanton, Dr. Paul E., Jr., chief of surgery, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 5, P; appointed interim dean of Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine and vice president for health affairs, effective April 1, 1988: LII (Spring 1988), 20, P; named vice president for health affairs and dean of the Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 20, P; President's message: LX (Fall 1997), 3 Vice President for Health Affairs: LVI (Fall 1992), 5-6

Stanton, Dr. Paul E., Jr.--8th president of ETSU: LX (Spring 1997), 3-5, P; family: LX (Spring 1997), 5, P

Starner, Don--awarded Honorary Alumnus status (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 21

State Board of Education: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 10

Statham, Charles M.: (O) XXIX (Winter 1965), 26

Stathis, Jennie Sexton, '69--director of tax policy and administration issues for the U. S. General Accounting Office: (A) LIV (Winter-Spring 1990), 8, P; received 1990 Outstanding Alumna Award: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12, P

Stead, Dr. Edward--coauthor of Management for a Small Planet: LVI (Fall 1992), 20

Stead, Dr. Jean Garner--co author of Management for a Small Planet: LVI (Fall 1992), 20

Steffey, Adam--member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9; won 1993 Grammy award as member of Allison Kraus and Union Station: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14, P; member of blue grass music group Allison Kraus and Union Station: LVII (1994), 10; alumnus of the ETSU Bluegrass Band: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4; Grammy award winner: LX (Spring 1997), 8; LXI (Spring 1998), 10

Stephens, Donna: (S) XLIII (Fall 1978), 19

Sterling, Kimball, '74--owner of Kimball M. Sterling, Inc.: LIX (spring 1996), 5 [p]

Stern, John C.: XLVII (June 1983), 3

Stevens, Beth--member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9

Stevenson, Richard: XXVIII (Fall 1963), 4, P

Stewart, Kim: (S) XLVII (March 1983), 3, P

Stewart, Patty (A): (S) XXXVII (Winter 1973), 6; XXXVII (Spring 1973), 8, P; XXXIX (Fall 1974), 1

Stitt, Sherry: (A) XLVIII (December 1983), 12, P

Stone Hall: XVI (Summer 1952); XXX (Summer 1966), 20, P

Storie, Melanie Greer--one of first two recipients of Barbara Jaffe Silvers Memorial Fellowship in History: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 20

Story, Charles: XXXVII (Spring 1973), 2, P; XLIII (October 1979), 3

Story, Dr. Charles H.--organizer of the Tennessee Basic Aerospace workshop: LVIII (Fall 1995), 6

Story, Marty, Buccaneer basketball player: (S) (LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11, P; only Buccaneer basketball player who played in all four of ETSU's NCAA Tournament appearances: (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6; (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

Story, Veta McClary: XXIV (Spring 1960)

Storytelling degree program: LIX (fall 1996), 9

Stout, David: (S) XXXVI (Spring, 1972), 12

Stout, Dorman G.: I (Fall 1935); VI (Winter 1941); XXI (Winter 1957); XXVI (Summer 1962), 8, P; XXVII (Spring 1963), 4, P; XXIX (Spring 1965), 11; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 6, P; (O) XLVIII (March 1984), 4

Stout, Dorman G., Jr., '52: (A) XXXI (Fall 1966), 10, P; XXXI (Spring 1967), 10; XXXIV (summer 1970), 4, P; XLIV (September 1980), 13, P; LIX (fall 1996), 3 [p]; Alumni Association Award of Honor: LIX (fall 1996), 12 [p]

Stout, Harold B.: (A) XLVII (September 1983), 14, P

Stout, Dr. Harold, ETSU baseball coach, elected to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Hall of Fame, May 21, 1987: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 9, P; new member of Pirate Club Hall of Fame, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 9, P

Stout, Ruth F.: XXXVI (Spring 1972), 11

Strader, Susan Gentry: (A) XLVIII (December 1984), 16, P

Strange, Alan--former ETSU golfer: LIX (spring 1996), 17

Strange, Brenda: (S) XXXVI (Fall, 1971), 11, P

"The Strategic Defense Initiative and the Quest for World Peace," public forum at ETSU, April 6, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 15

Stribling, Herman A., Jr.: XLI (Winter 1977), 3, P

Strickland, Jessie Shields, '69--Alumni Association Award of Honor: LIX (fall 1996), 12-13 [p]

Strohm, Carole, '69, new alumni office secretary: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 15, P

Strong, Rodney: (S) XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 6

Stuart, Chad: XXXI (Spring 1967), 7, P

Student affairs, Office of: XLVII (December 1982), 2; XLVIII (June 1984), 14

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee--established in 1994: LVII (1994), 20

Student Center: XXVI (Winter 1962), 14, 15, P; XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 11; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 7, P

Student Goverment Association--name changes to Office of Student Life and Leadership: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Student Life and Leadership, Office of (formerly Student Government Association): LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Student Service Building: XXXIII (Spring 1969), 13, P; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 10, P

Student Union Building: XXI (Summer 1957), P

"Studio One"--live music broadcast on WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11, P

Stuhlmiller, Hilda Copp: (A) XXXVII (Spring 1973), 4, P

Sturdivant, Reed--ESTU Computer Services: LVIII (Fall 1995), 9, P

Stutts, Chris--Buccaneer golfer named to All-Southern Conference team (1991): (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18

Suarez, Manuel Laurentino: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Suggs, Dr. Henry Lewis--featured speaker during Black History Month (Feb. 1991): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16

Suh, Tae-il: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29

Sultan Qaboos University (Oman)--signed exchange agreement with ETSU in the fall of 1990: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 2

Summer Program: XXV (Summer 1961), 12, P; XXIX (Spring 1964), 6

Summer Reading Clinic: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 13

Summer youth residency program, nominated for U. S. Department of Labor Presidential Citation: LII (Spring 1988), 16

Summy, Dan: XLVIII (September 1984), 10, P

Sundquist, Don-- Governor of Tennessee: LVIII (Spring 1995), 6, P included appropriation for new library in FY 1997 Tennessee budget: LIX (spring 1996), 7 [p] LIX (spring 1996), 20 [p]

Sundquist, Martha--wife of Tennessee governor Don Sundquist: LIX (spring 1996), 20 [p]

Super Buc: XLIX (Fall 1985), 26

Susong, Edith O'Keefe, member of Tennessee Newspaper Hall of Fame: LII (Winter 1988), 17

Suzuki flute students attend Nagano Winter Olympics: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

Swabe, Gregory, '82: Alumni Service Award, LXII (Fall 1999), 7, P

Swaggerty, Fort: XLVIII (March 1984), 9

Swartz, James Don (J.D.)--1995 Honorary Alumnus Award: LVIII (Fall 1995), 17, P

Swift, Harley Edward "Skeeter": (A) XLVI (March 1982), 20, P; former player with American Basketball Association: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 10

Switzer, Ann H.: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 10, P

Swoyer, Trevor--chief engineer, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Symbol of ETSU: XLII (Fall 1977), 7, P

 
 
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T. R. W. Foundation: XLV (September/October 1981), 3

Talford, Calvin, Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 2-5, P; Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11; captured NCAA Slam Dunk Championship (1992): (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6; third place on all-time scoring list in men's basketball with 1,872 points: (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 6; 1992 NCAA Slam-Dunk Champion: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

Tallent, John B. (A): XXXVI (Fall 1971), 9, P; XLI (Spring 1977), 5

Tandy, James: (S) XLVIII (September 1984), 10, P

Taylor, Billy--named assistant football coach: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Taylor, Craig: (S) L (Spring 1986), 14, P

Taylor, Harold: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 9, P

Taylor, John M.-- (A) XLVI (December 1981), 2; XLVI (March 1982), 7, P; 1996 Distinguished Faculty Award for Service: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]

Taylor, John R.: XXXVII (Summer 1973), 5, P

Taylor, Michael L.: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 11

Taylor, Olive: XIX (Winter 1955); XXI (Fall 1956; (O) XXVII (Winter 1963), 8

Taylor, Robert N.--San Francisco (Calif.) School of Medicine researcher working to identify blood factors involved in development of preeclampsia during pregnancy: LVII (1994), 4

Taylor Hall--demolished during library construction: LIX (fall 1996), 10

Teacher's College of the Air: I (Winter 1936); II (Winter 1937)

Teacher Corps: XXXIV (Spring 1970), 4; XXXV (Spring 1971), 15; XXXVII (Fall 1972), 13

Teaching Aids Laboratory: XXVIII (Winter 1964), 10-11

Teaching and Learning Center: LIX (spring 1996), 8

Technology department: XLIII (October 1979), 3; XLVII (December 1982), 18; Advanced Visualization Laboratory: LX (spring 1997), 11; receives U. S. Army contract: LXI (Spring 1998), 13 receives Tennessee Quality Commitment Award, LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Teis, Daniel K. (A): XXXV (Spring 1971), 13, P

Teleconferencing at ETSU: LI (Summer 1987), 15

Telefund: L (Summer 1986), 19, P; 1986-87: LI (Fall 1987), 19; 1988: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 14; 1989--11th annual surpassed goal of $175,000: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 18; changed to year-round operation with paid student callers: LV (Fall 1991), 6

TenBucsWorth--performance in Venezuela: LIX (fall 1996), 10

Tennessee Academy of Science: XV (Fall 1950); XXVI (Spring 1962), 11

Tennessee Basic Aerospace workshop--20th annual held at ETSU (1995): LVIII (Fall 1995), 6

Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) system: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 9

Tennessee Cabinet, first meeting held outside Nashville at ETSU, June 12, 1987: LI (Summer 1987), 7, P

Tennessee Cabinet, Upper East Tennessee tour, June 10-12, 1987: LI Summer 1987), 7

Tennessee Higher Education Commission--alumni survey: LVI (Fall 1992), 19

Tennessee Homecoming 1986: XLVIII (December 1983), 2

Tennessee Leadership in Educational Administration Development: LI (Fall 1987), 17

Tennessee Mountain Rescue program: LVII (1994), 16, P

Tennessee Quality Commitment Award: LX (srping 1997), 12

Tennessee Small Business Development Center: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 16

Tennessee Valley Authority: donates investment challenge funds: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Tennessee's Early Intervention Program for Special Needs Children: LVII (1994), 24

Tennis-- XXVIII (Spring 1964), 17; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 14; XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 17; XLIII (Fall 1978), 16; XLIV (June 1980), 18; XLIV (September 1980), 18; XLVII (December 1982), 21

Tennis (men)-- won 1995 Southern Conference regular season and league tournament titles: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 20 receives NCAA bid: LXII (Fall 1999), 19

Tennis (women)-- LVI (Winter 1993), 8; fifth place in Southern Conference (1995): LVIII (Fall 1995), 19 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 20

Tennyson, Julie A. [s]--National Council for Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society: LIX (fall 1996), 10 [p]

Terango, Sally, MA '73--chosen Kentucky's Teacher-Scholar of the year for 1990 by the National Endowment for the Humanities and Reader's Digest: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12, P; received 1991 Outstanding Alumna Award: (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4, P

Terrell, Matt--named director of marketing: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Terry, Charles R.: (A) XLVI (June 1982), 13

Thacker, Gail: (A) XXXIX (Winter 1975), 8, P

Thatcher, Dr. Samuel Seldon--named director of the new division of reproductive endocrinology and infertility services in Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine department of obstetrics and gynecology: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 19, P

Theatre program: LI (Spring 1987), 6, P

Theismann, Joe: LI (Winter 1987), 29

Thomas C. Carson Hall: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 11; See, Mathematics Building

Thomas, Claude: (S) XL (Spring 1976), 7, P

Thomas, Neil--Assistant Director of the Pellissippi Research Institute at the Energy, Environment, and Resources Center of the University of Tennessee: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Thomas, Radford: XXXIX (Fall 1974), 8

Thomas, Ray--alumni association vice president (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4

Thomas, Raymond, '59-- vice president of Coca-Cola USA: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 4-5, P; vice president of bottler services at Coca-Cola USA, Atlanta, Georgia: LIII (Winter 1989), 3, P; Outstanding Alumnus (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 12 [p]

Thomas, Ruth: I (Fall 1935); V (Spring 1940); (O) XXXIX (Winter 1975), 18, P

Thomas, Shane--highest GPA, Spring 1992 class: (S) LVI (Fall 1992), 19

Thompson, Charles: (A) XXX (Winter 1966), 18

Thompson, Delores C.: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Thompson, Dick--announcer for WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Thompson, Joe (A): (S) XLI (Winter 1977), 6, P; XLI (Spring 1977), 2, P

Thompson, Joe: (A) XLIII (June/July 1979), 6, P

Thompson, L. Paige, '71-- L (Fall 1986), 6 [p]; Vice President of the New York Stock Exchange: LIX (spring 1996), 28 [p]

Thompson, Ricky: (S) XLVIII (December 1984), 19, P

Thompson, Samuel H.: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 7, P

Thompson, Shawn--Lady Buc basketball & volleyball player: (S) LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Thorne, Lt. Robert B., '94: LIX (fall 1996), 11 [p]

Tickle, Phyllis Alexander, '55: (A) XXXI (Winter 1967), 9 [p]; XLI (Winter 1977), 7 [p]; author of On Ordinary Time and daughter of Dean P. W. Alexander: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 11 [p]; author of My Father's Prayer: A Remembrance: LIX (spring 1996), 14; writes introduction to Terry Waite book: LXI (Spring 1998), 11

Tiffany, David M.: XLV (September/October 1981), 2, P

Tillman, Larry: (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 23

Timberlake, Diana: (S) XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; XXXV (Summer 1971), 16; XXXVI (Spring 1972), 9

Time Capsule: LI (Winter 1987), 19

Timms, Bubba, football player--All-America Candidates: (S) XXXIV (Summer 1970), 11, P

Tinnon, Gene--director of ETSU/UT at Kingsport: LVII (1994), 24

Tinsley, Jack: XLVIII (June 1984), 12, P

Tipton, David William, '76, new vice-president of Pirate Club: (A) LI (Fall 1987), 16

Tober-Meyer, Dr. Brunhilde, director of the animal research lab, Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine: LI (Spring 1987), 4-5, P

Tober-Meyer, Dr. Brunhilde, appointed to council on accreditation of the American Association for Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC): LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 16

Todd, John G.: XLVII (June 1983), 4, P

Tom Mitchell Memorial Fund: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 13

Tombaugh, Dr. Clyde--discoverer of the planet Pluto: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 16, P

Tomlinson, Holly: (S) XXXV (Winter 1971), 6, P

Toohey, Bill: (A) XLVII (September 1983), 12, P

Toohey, Kim--ETSU tennis player named Southern Conference Most Outstanding Player: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Tottle, Donna--member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9

Tottle, Jack-- member of ETSU Bluegrass Band: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 9; started bluegrass music program at ETSU: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 14, P; ETSU bluegrass program director: LVII (1994), 10; volunteer producer, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11 ETSU Bluegrass and Country Music Program faculty member: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

Townsend, Tom-briefed President Bill Clinton on rural health care issues and the future direction medical colleges should take in providing practitioners for rural areas: LVII (1994), 5, P

Track-- XXXIV (Summer 1970), 14; XL (Spring 1976), 11; XLIII (March 1979), 16; XLIII (June/July 1979), 14; XLVIII (June 1984), 20; 1996 schedule: LIX (spring 1996), 20

Track (men): XXII (Spring 1963), 14, P; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 15; XXIX (Fall 1964), 12; XXXI (Summer 1967), 25; XXXVI (Fall 1971), 24; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 12; XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 13; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 10; XL (Fall 1975), 7; XLII (Fall 1978), 15; XLIV (December 1979), 15; 1991 indoor team finished third in Southern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; (men's outdoor)--fourth place in 1995 Southern Conference Championships: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19; wins Southern Conference title: LXI (Spring 1998), 17

Track (women): XLV (December 1980), 18; LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; Southern Conference Indoor title: LVIII (Spring 1995), 15; (women's outdoor)--second place in 1995 Southern Conference Championships: LVIII (Fall 1995), 19

Tracy, Joseph, O. P.: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Trailer Court: XXIX (Spring 1965), 21, P

Training School: I (Winter 1936); II (Winter 1937); VIII (Fall 1942); XIX (Winter 1955); XIX (Summer 1955); XXIII (Fall 1958); XXVI (Spring 1962), 11; XXVI (Summer 1962), 8; XXXI (Fall 1966), 31

Tranberger, Bob--elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Transou, Bedford: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Trantham, Susan, '90--Tennessee's only winner of the "Sallie Mae First-Year Teacher Award" for 1992-93: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 16

Trawick, Bill, Jr., '74, former ETSU football player: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

Trawick, Bill, Sr., father of five ETSU football players: LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

Trawick, Don, '80, former ETSU football player: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

Trawick, Guy, '86, former ETSU football player: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

Trawick, Lee, '76, former ETSU football player: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 15

Trawick, Steve, '79, former ETSU football player: (A) LI (Summer 1987), 15, P

Trent, Parker J., '59: alumni award of honor, LXII (Fall 1999), 6, P

Trentham, Shirley, M.D., '97--older medical student: LX (Fall 1997), 10

Tri-City Metro Advertising Federation--ETSU won twelve Addy Awards in the Federation's 1988-89 competition: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 19

Triplett, Kevin, '87--media coordinator, NASCAR Winston Cup series: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 12-13, P

Trivett, Alma (A): XXX (Winter 1966), 13

Trivett, Debbie: (S) XL (Spring 1976), 5

TRW Rack & Pinion Division--granted $20,000 to ETSU for an honors scholarship in College of Applied Science and Technology (1993-94): LVII (1994), 18-19

Tsongas, Paul E.--former Massachusetts Senator spoke on national debt issues (November 1993): Souvenir Ed. (1994), 10, P

Tuition prepay plan developed--LX (Fall 1997), 12

Turkett, A. Keith: XXXVI (Spring 1972), 10, P; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 3, P; XXXIX (Summer 1975), 2, P

Turner, Charles: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 2

 
 
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U. S. News & World Report--ranked ETSU among top 10 southern regional universities based on quality and cost: Souvenir Ed. (1994), inside front cover

Ulmer, Robert (A): XXXIV (Spring 1970), 5

Undergraduate excellence program at ETSU: LI (Summer 1987), 17

Underwood, Charles, T. R.: (O) XLV (September/October 1981), 22

Underwood, Judge Shirley B.--1995 Honorary Alumna Award: LVIII (Fall 1995), 17, P

United States Army--contracts with Dept. of Technology: LXI (Spring 1998), 13

United Student Body: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 17; XXIX (Spring 1965), 14

United Way, 1987 on-campus drive: LII (Winter 1988), 14, P

University Advancement: LVIII (spring 1995), 17-20

University and Foundation Endowments--exceed $18.5 million (1995): LVIII (Spring 1995), 17

University Archives: XLI (Summer 1977), 7

University Bookstore: LVIII (Fall 1995), 26

University Center: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 9, P; XXIX (Fall 1964), 12; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 1

University Center, D. P. Culp: XLII (Fall 1977), 4

University Center Council: XXXI (Spring 1967), 8

University Club: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 15

University Council: XLVIII (December 1984), 14

"University Day" celebration, May 16, 1963: LII (Spring 1988), 8, P

University High: XXXI (Fall 1966), 31; XXXI (Summer 1967), 13

University history: LVI (Fall 1992), 21

University of Natal, Durbin, South Africa: LVIII (Spring 1995), 11

University Relations: XLI (Summer 1977), 6; XLII (Fall 1977), 4, 5; XLVII (March 1983), 3

University School: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4

University School Plan for Renewal: LVIII (Spring 1995), 4

University status, 25th anniversary (1963-1988): LII (Spring 1988), 8, P

University Test Center: XLV (December 1980), 3

Upper East Tennessee Educational Cooperative (UETEC)--received $60,000 grant from BellSouth Foundation: LVII (1994), 19

USAir Invitational: LVI (Winter 1993), 7

USAir Track and Field Meet (January 1995): LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

 
 
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Van Huss, Walter E., "Buck", '52,: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 16; alumni notable winningest high school basketball coach in the United States: LI (Summer 1987), 19, P winningest active high school basketball coach in the United States: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 13-14, P

Van Pangle, Roy: (A) XXXV (Summer 1971), 17

Van Pangle, Dr. Roy, new member (posthumous) of Pirate Club Hall of Fame, 1986: (A) LI (Spring 1987), 9

Vance, Drew--part-time staff member, WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Vance, Dr. Hubert R. "Booney"--ETSU professor working in Oman to develop special education programs: LIII (Winter 1989), 17

Vansant, Don, student award from American Production and Inventory Control Society: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 3

Vaughn, Annabelle--named Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations (Sports Information Director): LVII (1994), 22

Vaught, James E.-- (author) XXXVI (Fall 1971), 2; XLVII (September 1983), 3, P; named Associate Vice President for Health Affairs in the Division of Health Sciences: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P; executive assistant to the president: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]

Vavrek, Michael: XLV (March 1981), 3

Vavrek, Dr. Michael--new assistant dean for credit programs, School of Continuing Studies, ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 11

Velma Jean Byrd Gray Fund for Pediatric Diabetes: established: LXI (Fall 1998), 15

Verghese, Abraham--author of My Own Country: A doctor's Story of a Town and Its People in the Age of AIDS: LVIII (Spring 1995), 9, P

Vest, Jack: (A) XLI (Spring 1977), 15, P

Veterans: X (Winter 1946); XIX (Winter 1955); XXXIX (Winter 1975), 6

Veterans Affairs: XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 8; Medical Center at Mountain Home (Johnson City, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 11

Veteran's Upward Bound project at ETSU: LII (Winter 1988), 11

Viall, Norma Gilbreath: (O) XLIV (March 1980), 22

Vietnam: XXX (Winter 1966), 11; XXXI (Winter 1967), 30; XXXI (Spring 1967), 19; XXXII (Fall 1967), 22; XXXII (Winter 1968), 12; XXXII (Summer 1968), 24, P; XXXIII (Winter 1969), 13, 23; XXXIII (Summer 1969), 21; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 35

Vietnam War: XXIX (Summer 1965), 5

Vivian V. Rockwood Scholarship Endowment--established to provide scholarships for students in the department of applied human sciences: LVII (1994), 19

Volcker, Paul, Federal Reserve chairman, fall commencement speaker, December 20, 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 8, P

Volleyball: XLI (Fall 1976), 13; XLIII (Fall 1978), 14; XLIII (October 1979), 14; LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Volleyball--Buccaneers won 4th Southern Conference title (1991): LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 10

Voss, Thomas G.: XXXVIII (Fall 1973), 10

Votaw, Charles L.-- retired from James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27 auditorium in Palma L. Robinson Clinical Education Center named in his honor: LIX (spring 1996), 8 [p]; retires: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Votaw, May: XLIX (March 1985), 7

 
 
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W. K. Kellogg Foundation-- awarded $6 million grant to ETSU's Division of Health Sciences (June 1991): LV (Fall 1991), 5, P; LVI (Fall 1992), 5-6; Community Partnership Initiative: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 11 Community Partnerships Leadership Development program: LVI (Fall 1992), 6; Graduate Medical and Nursing Education Initiative: LIX (Fall 1996), 10 Awards $1.25 million grant: LXI (Fall 1998), 12

Waage, Fred--cofounder of Now and Then magazine: LVIII (Spring 1995), 3

Waddell, Lisa, '80, National Press Photographer of the Year for the southeast region: LII (Spring 1988), 13, P

Wade, Earl: XLIII (October 1979), 3

Wade, Walter: (A) XXVIII (Summer 1964), 14

Wadkins, Bobby-- XLIV (March 1982), 20, P; ETSU alumnus and PGA Tour member: (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6, 10 former ETSU golfer: LIX (spring 1996), 17

Wadowick, James: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29

Waggoner, Judge Brenda J., '71--received alumni Award of Honor for 1990: (A) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 12, P

Wagner, LaVonda--hired as Lady Buccaneers assistant basketball coach: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 14

Waite, Terry--scheduled address, "The Test of Humanity: Resolving Conflict," to be held October 24, 1992: LVI (Fall 1992), 19, P; delivered 16th Presidential Distinguished Lecture on October 24, 1992: LVI (Winter 1993), 15, P

Waitman, Michele Adkins, B.S., '86-- professional stunt woman: LX (Fall 1997), 8-9

Walby, Jennel--Lady Buc track and field team member: (S) LVIII (Spring 1995), 15

Walker, Dave-- (A) XXVIII (Spring 1964), 15, P; XXXIV (Summer 1970), 14, P; XL (Winter 1976), 7, P; XLVII (December 1982), 20, P; XLVII (June 1983), 12, P; ETSU track coach, chairman-elect of NAA Track and Field Rules Committee: LI (Summer 1987), 14, P; Buccaneer track coach named Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year for the 11th time (1990): LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; ETSU cross country coach has won 17 conference titles in 29 years: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 11; indoor track at Mini-Dome named in his honor: LVIII (Spring 1995), 15, P; Women's Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year (track and field): LVIII (Spring 1995), 15; retirement: LIX (fall 1996), 20 [p]; elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Walker, Emily: (A) XLII (Fall 1978), 14, P

Walker, John: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 7, P

Walker, Rod--ETSU baseball player ranked no. 20 in U. S. in home runs: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Wallace, Larry: (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 23

Wallis, Jane L.: (A) XIX (Winter 1955); XXVIII (Spring 1964), 19

Wallis, L. D.: (O) XXVI (Summer 1962), 8, P; XXIX (Summer 1965), 22, P

Walls, Jennie--received 1994 Council on Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Award: LVIII (Spring 1995), 23, P

Walsh, Capt. Gordon O.--killed in Vietnam (April 16, 1967): (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 19

Walters, Edward M. (A): XLI (Summer 1977), 7, P; XLIII (Fall 1978), 20

Walters, Gary-- XXXVIII (Summer 1974), 9, P; new assistant dean for evening and summer school, School of Continuing Studies, ETSU: LIII (Winter 1989), 11

Walters, Mary A.--Honorary Alumna (1996): LIX (fall 1996), 13-14 [p]

Walwick, Paul: XLVI (March 1982), 2

Wang, Xiadong, University Visiting Scholar from China: LI (Spring 1987), 11, P

Ward, David Felton, MD '88--received Outstanding Alumni Award (1994) from James H. Quillen College of Medicine Alumni Society: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 4-5, P

Ward, Fred C.: (O) XXXIX (Fall 1974), 26, P

Ward, Mary Susan Cox: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 4

Wardeska, Jeffrey: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29

Warf, J. Howard: XXVII (Spring 1963), 4, P

Warf-Pickle Hall: XXXIII (Spring 1969), 13, P; XLIV (September 1980), 14

Warner, Dan: XLVII (December 1982), 21, P

Warren, Fred--men's golf coach: unanimously selected as Southern Conference Coach of the Year: LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 6-7; named Southern Conference coach-of-the-year for the third consecutive season: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18; LVI (Winter 1993), 7; Southern Conference Coach of the Year (1993-94): LVII (1994), 20; LVIII (Spring 1995), 16; LIX (spring 1996), 17 [p]; scholarship established in his honor: LIX (spring 1996), 20 [p]; named coach of the year in Southern Conference, LXII (Fall 1999), 18

Warren, Frederick B.: L (Summer 1986), 16, P

Warren, Harold: XLII (Winter 1978), 11

Warren, Robert Penn: XXX (Spring 1966), 27, P

Wassom, Tom: (S) XXXV (Summer 1971), 16; XXXVII (Winter 1973), 11, P; XXXVIII (Spring 1974), 11, P

Watauga Mental Health Services, Inc.: LVI (Fall 1992), 17

Watauga Saxophone Quartet--student chamber music ensemble received honorable mention from Coleman National Chamber Ensemble Competition in Pasadena, California, 1988: (S) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 16, P

Water Show: XXV (Winter 1961), 15; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 17; XXIX (Spring 1965), 14, P

Watkins, Sandra (Nelson), BS '80, MEd '83: (A) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 9, P

Watson, Larry: (A) XXXIV (Fall 1969), 19, P

Watson, Scott P., '60--partner in Atlanta, Georgia law firm of Constangy, Brooks and Smith: (A) LIII (Winter 1989), 6, P

Watts, Ruth (A): (A) XLIV (June 1980), 22; XLIX (Fall 1985), 13, P

Watts, Ruth E., '43--served thirty years with ETSU music department (died January 14, 1991): (O) LV (Fall 1991), 11

Wayman, Clyde: L (Winter 1986), 5, P

Wayne G. Basler Chair of Excellence for the Integration of the Arts, Rhetoric, and Science: LIX (fall 1996), 26

Webb, George W.: XXVI (Winter 1962), 5

Webster, Glenn: (S) XLII (Fall 1977), 11, P

Webster, John, '71--director of the office of public information for the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition Service: (A) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 6, P

Wedding, Danny: XLVII (March 1983), 11, P

Weir, Ronald L.: XLI (Fall 1976), 8, P

Welch, James M.: (A) XLIII (October 1979), 12, P; XLV (September/October 1981), 2, P; L (Fall 1986), 13

Wesley Foundation: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 12, P

West, Alvin--Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11; (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

West, Jill--Lady Buccaneer volleyball player and 1990 all-conference and all-tournament pick: (S) LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18

Westheimer, Dr. Ruth, psychosexual therapist, lectured on "Sexually Speaking," December 4, 1986: LI (Spring 1987), 8, P

Westminster Fellowship Building: XXVIII (Summer 1964), 12, P

WETS-FM-- XXXVIII (Winter 1974), 1; XLII (Winter 1978), 9; XLIII (June/July 1979), 2; XLIV (June 1980), 3; XLV (Fall 1981); XLVI (March 1982), 2; XLVI (June 1982), 4; XLVII (December 1982), 18; XLVII (September 1983), 12; XLVIII (March 1984), 3, 11; XLIX (March 1985), 11; new building: LI (fall 1987), 13; began broadcasting 24 hours a day on July 1, 1989: LIV (winter/spring 1990), 16; raised $94,000 during annual fundraising drive: LV (spring/summer 1991), 15; celebrated 20th anniversary (February 1994): LVII (1994), 11; features live music broadcast "Studio One": LVII (1994), 11; milestones (1974-94): LVII (1994), 11; new translator in Lenoir, N.C.: LIX (spring 1996), 9; awards: LIX (fall 1996), 10 celebrates 25th anniversary: LXII (Spring 1999), 12

Wexler, Louise: (A) XLI (Summer 1977), 1, P; XLII (Spring 1978); XLIII (October 1979), 5, P

Whaley, Otis: (O) XXI (Winter 1957), P

Wheeler, L. R.: X (Winter 1946)

Wheelock, Yvonne: (S) XXXVII (Fall 1972), 15, P

Whitaker, Harriet: (S) XLIV (September 1980), 13, P

White, Deborah--Director of Student Activities: LVIII (Spring 1995), 10

White, Mary Elsie: (O) XLVI (March 1982), 23

White, Penny J., '78 (A): (S) XLI (Spring 1977), 4; XLII (Fall 1977), 6 (A) XLIX (Fall 1985), 6, P; sworn in as judge on Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals (October 26, 1992): (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 19, P; judge of the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals and "Outstanding Alumna" for 1994: (A) LVII (1994), 12, P; appointed to Tennessee State Supreme Court: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 7, P

White, Robert H.: XXVII (Summer 1963), 4, P

White, Stephen W.: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 10; XLIII (Fall 1978), 2, P

Whited, John: XLII (Fall 1977), 15, P

Whitehead, Thomas W.: XXXI (Summer 1967), 10, P; (O) XXXV (Winter 1971), 31, P

Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 8; XXIX (Spring 1965), 9; XXX (Spring 1966), 21; XXXI (Winter 1967), 10; XXXI (Spring 1967), 18; XXXIV (Fall 1969), 11; XXXV (Fall 1970), 38; XXXV (Winter 1971), 7; XXXVI (Winter 1972), 7

Who's Who in East Tennessee State College: (S) XII (Spring 1948)

Who's Who of American Women: XXXII (Winter 1968), 24

Wickman, Ron--music director of WETS-FM: LVII (1994), 11

Wiebe, R. Herbert--chair, dept. of obstetrics/gynecology: LIX (fall 1996), 27 [p]

Wilder, Don S., '57: (A) XLIX (Summer 1985), 16; XLIX (Fall 1985), 3, P; LXII (Fall 1999), 8, P

Wilhoit, Kathryn Wallin, '69--named alumni board member (1991): (A) LV (Fall 1991), 4 National Alumni Association president (1994-95): LVIII (Fall 1995), 15, 17; named outstanding alumna (1997): LX (Fall 1997), 4

Wilhoit, Dean, '73: (A) LVIII (Fall 1995), 15

Wilhoit, Stacie: (S) LVIII (Fall 1995), 15

William Henry Reed Chair of Surgery: established: LXI (Fall 1998), 14

William Flynn Rogers Award: XXXVII (Fall 1972), 14; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 15

William R. Rigell Memorial Loan Fund: XXVIII (Spring 1964), 8

Williams, A. Lynn--associate professor, dept. of communicative disorders: LIX (spring 1996), 27 [p]

Williams, Beth: (S) XXXVI (Fall 1971), 20, P

Williams, Deb, '76--editor of Winston Cup Scene: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 12-13, P

Williams, Judge Ed. E., III: XLVII (June 1983), 13; chairman, Commission on the future of ETSU: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 2-3, P; chairman of the Commission on the Future of ETSU: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 2, 10, P

Williams, Edward Jennings: XL (Summer 1976), 5, P

Williams, Edwin: XLIX (March 1985), 7

Williams, Fontaine: (A) XXXVII (Summer 1973), 4, P

Williams, Frank B., Jr., (A): XXVI (Fall 1961), 13; XXX (Spring 1966), 12- 13; XLII (Fall 1977), 6, P; XLIII (June/July 1979), 8; XLVII (June 1983), 8, P; XLIX (Fall 1985), 5, P; author of a history of East Tennessee State University: LV (Fall 1991), 3, P; LVI (Fall 1992), 21; remembrances of President Burgin E. Dossett: Souvenir Ed. (1994), 7-8

Williams, Jack: XLVIII (March 1984), 8-9, P

Williams, Jane (A): XLVIII (March 1984), 11

Williams, Jane L.: XLV (October/September 1981), 5, P

Williams, Dr. Janice L., MA '73, EdD '81--assistant professor at University School: (A) LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 14, P

Williams, Jimmy: XLVIII (December 1984), 7, P

Williams, Lydia Mapes: (A) XXXV (Fall 1970), 30, P

Williams, Ramona Milhorn--named director of undergraduate advisement: LX (Fall 1997), 27

Williams, Roger: XXXII (Winter 1968), 8, P

Williams, Rollin, III (A): Williams, Temple W. Junior: XLVIII (December 1984), 18, P

Williams, Dr. W. Rollin, III, Dept. of Industrial Technology: XXXVI (Spring 1972), 5, P; XLVIII (June 1984), 14; second ETSU faculty member to receive a Fulbright lectureship: LII (Summer/Fall 1988), 14, P; named Fulbright Scholar, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Williams, Ron: (S) XLIV (June 1980), 18, P

Williamson, Ersel P.--obituary: LIX (fall 1996), 25

Willis, Garrett: member of men's golf team: LIX (spring 1996), 17 [p]; first Buccaneer All-American golfer: LIX (fall 1996), 17 [p]

Wilson, B. M.: XIX (Winter 1955)

Wilson, Betty J.: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 20, P

Wilson, C. E.: (A) XLIII (June 1984), 21, P

Wilson, Drue R.: (A) XXXII (Spring 1968), 26, P

Wilson, Jennifer Bauer, '80, MA '86: L (Fall 1986), 3, P; received alumni association's Award of Honor (1992): (A) LVI (Fall 1992), 21

Wilson, June Smith--friend of former Tennessee First Lady Lucille C. Clement: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 7, P

Wilson, Loretta Belle Lyle: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 13; XLV (September/October 1981), 12, P

Wilson, Dr. Lori--chemistry faculty member participating in NASA/University Joint Venture: LVIII (Fall 1995), 6; receives NASA award: LX (Fall 1997), 26

Wilson, Paul: XXIX (Spring 1965), 11, P

Wilson, Pete: (A) XXXI (Fall 1966), 19, P

Wilson, Tish--ETSU volleyball player named to All-Southern Conference team: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 8

Wilson, Walter Clement: II (Spring 1937); II (Summer 1937); (O) VII (Summer 1942); XVII (Winter 1953)

Wilson Building: XVII (Winter 1953)

Wilson & Wallis Hall: XXIX (Spring 1965), 10; See, Industrial Education Building

Wiltshire, Lt. Comm. Glenn (U. S. Coast Guard)--member of national faculty of Hazardous Waste Management Institute: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 16

Wind Ensemble--visit to Ireland: LIX (fall 1996), 21 [p]

Winkler, Wayne: XLVIII (March 1984), 11, P; WETS-FM, 1987 Distinguished Staff Award: LI (Fall 1987), 13, P; became director of WETS-FM after death of Richard F. "Dick" Ellis: (A) Souvenir Ed. (1994), 13; appointed manager of WETS-FM (August 1993): LVII (1994), 11

Winston, Nat T.: XXX (Summer 1966), 9, P

Wisler, Chris, ETSU golf athlete: LXII (Fall 1999), 18

Wissell, Richard A.--chair, dept. of public health: LIX (spring 1996), 27

Witty, Fred S., Jr.: XXXIII (Summer 1969), 14, P

Wodlicka, Susan: XLIV (March 1980), 12, P

Wolfe, Beverly Sue, '88--scored highest grades of 1,200 persons who took November 1988 Uniform Certified Public Accountants Examination in Tennessee: (A) LIII (Spring/Summer 1989), 18

Wolfe, Margaret Ripley, '67, MA '69-- (A) XLII (Fall 1977), 6 [p]; XLIV (December 1979), 2 [p]; XLVII (June 1983), 7; author of Kingsport, Tennessee: A Planned American City: (A) LI (fall 1987), 14 [p] author of Daughters of Canaan: A Saga of Southern Women: (A) LVIII (spring 1995), 8; LIX (spring 1996), 15

Wolfe, Preston: XXXVI (Fall 1971), 8, P

Wolfe, William D.: XXXIX (Summer 1975), 2, P

Women's athletic program--finished 3rd in Southern Conference all-sports trophy race for the second consecutive year (1993-94): LVII (1994), 20

Women's Gymnasium: XI (Winter 1947); XVIII (Spring 1954)

Women's Reentry Scholarship: XLVII (March 1983), 11

Women's Resource Center: LXII (Spring 1999), 13

Wondergem, Dr. Robert--Distinguished Faculty Award (1992): LVI (Fall 1992), 19, P

Wood, Rob, '68--senior vice president and illustration director of Wood Ronsaville Harlin, Inc.: (A) LVIII (Spring 1995), 8-9, P

Wood, Star: XXVII (Winter 1963), 6, P; XXVIII (Spring 1964), 14, P; inducted into Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame: LII (Spring 1988), 14, P

Wood, Stuart--secretary of ETSU Foundation: LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 17; Outstanding Alumnus: LXI (Fall 1998), 4

Woodridge Hospital (Johnson City, Tenn.): LVI (Fall 1992), 17

Woodrow W. and Margaret T. Catherman Honors Endowment: LVII (1994), 18

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship: XXV (Winter 1961), 7

Woods, Ashley: named student representative on Tennessee Board of Regents, LXII (Fall 1999), 13

Woods, Jeff, 1st place winner in VersaCAD Corporation's "Excellence by Design" competition: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 2-3, P

Woods, Michael-- Buccaneer basketball player: (S) LIV (Winter/Spring 1990), 11; (A) LVI (Winter 1993), 6

Woods, Tommy--elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Woodward, Carl S.: XXXII (Summer 1968), 12, P

Woodwind Quintet: XXXVII (Winter 1973), 9

Woolen, James R.--new associate vice president for information resources: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27, P

Wooten, Dr. Daniel Jerry--new executive associate dean for academic affairs in the James H. Quillen College of Medicine: LVIII (Fall 1995), 27, P

Worcester, Donald E.: XXXV (Winter 1971), 8, P

World War 1939-1945 (Aviation Course): V (Winter 1940); VI (Fall 1941); (War and the College) VIII (Fall 1942); (War Emergency Classes) VII (Spring 1942); (College in War Time) VII (Winter 1942); (Wanted-Educated Soldiers) VII (Spring 1942); (College and the War) VII (Spring 1942); (Wanted War Workers) VIII (Winter 1943); (War and the College) VIII (Winter 1943); (Twelfth College Training Detachment) IX (Fall 1944); (Veteran Education) XVII (Fall 1952)

World War II--50th anniversary marked by air crew reunion at ETSU: LVIII (Spring 1995), 22, P

Worldwide Web--ETSU home page: LVIII (Fall 1995), 9

Worner, Wayne M.--Quillen chairholder: LIX (fall 1996), 26-27

Woy, Russell: (A) XLVIII (June 1984), 21, P

Woy, Russell D. "Rusty", '54 (A)--coach Madison Brooks' first All-American: (A) LVII (1994), 21-22

Wrestling: XLV (December 1980), 19

Wright, Brenda White, '90--commencement speaker (4 May 1996): LIX (fall 1996), 14 [p]

Wright, David: (S) XLV (June 1981), 18

Wright, Henry (A): XXXIII (Spring 1969), 7

 
 
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Xiaoping, Wang, Chinese student at ETSU: (S) LII (Winter 1988), 4, P

Yancey, Tom (A): (S) XL (Winter 1976), 2

Yaniero, Michael, '82,Bristol deputy polic chief: LXI (Fall 1998), 10

Yao Naiqiang--distinguished English professor from China hosted by ETSU's English department: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 11, P

Yarbrough, Glenn: XXXI (Summer 1967), 22, P

Yasin, Mahmoud M.--1996 Distinguished Faculty Award for Research: LX (spring 1997), 27 [p]

Yasukawa, Minoru: (A) XXVIII (Summer 1964), 13

Yelton, Ralph, '62, Tennessee state representative: LII (Spring 1988), 6, P

Yoakley Fund: XVI (Summer 1952)

Yoakley, Ina: III (Summer 1938); (O) XV (Summer 1951); XVI (Winter 1952)

Yoakley Hall: XXIV (Summer 1960); XXX (Summer 1966), 20, P

Yoakum, Eleanor Elaine, '65: 1999 Outstanding Alumni Award: LXII (Fall 1999), 4 [p]

Yocher, Donna: (S) XLV (December 1980), 14, P; (A) XLV (June 1981), 14, P; XLV (September/October 1981), 22, P

York, Alvin, World War I hero: LII (Winter 1988), 16

York, Don: (A) XLIV (September 1980), 13; XLVII (June 1983), 15, P

Young, Linda: (S) XXXIV (Fall 1969), 8, P

Young, Malone, author of Latchpins of the Lost Cove: LI (Fall 1987), 14, P

Young, Ray: (A) XXIX (Winter 1965), 17

Yow, Susan: XLIII (March 1979), 15, P

Zaatini, Yaser--first Buccaneer tennis player to earn a national ranking and play in the NCAA Championship Tournament: LV (Spring/Summer 1991), 18, P; ETSU tennis player: (S) LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 10, P; ranked No. 6 in U. S. in college tennis: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 6-7, P

Zager, Muriel Kagan, B.S., '77--publishes second novel: LX (Fall 1997), 10

Zannis, Pete--elected to ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame: LX (spring 1997), 19 [p]

Zayas-Bazan, Eduardo: XXXIV (Fall 1969), 29; XXXVII (Summer 1973), 12, P; XLIII (Fall 1978), 2, P

Zenner, Kim Byrd--named new volleyball coach: LXI (Spring 1998), 16

Zeta Iota Chapter: XXXIII (Winter 1969), 16; XXXVI (Summer 1972), 24; XXXIX (Spring 1975), 6

Zhou, Jane,Dept. of Chemistry: receives TBR Innovative Teaching Award: LXI (Fall 1998), 13

Ziegler, Bettina--native of Germany and first graduate Fulbright Scholar in College of Public and Allied Health: (S) LVI (Winter 1993), 14, P

Zimmerer, Dr. Thomas--holder of the Allen and Ruth Harris Chair of Excellence in Business: LVI (Spring/Summer 1992), 5, P