for the memories"
Arts & Sciences
Margaret McCoy Gayle 33G of New York City is a centennial historian for the City of New York.
Marion M. Brooke 35C-36G. See Brooke 35C.
Arne-Jacob Kristoffersen 54G of Ulricehamn, Sweden, a retired minister and educator, has contributed a collection of works to the Pitts Theology Library.
Thomas M. Robertson 62G of Carrollton, compound development manager of Southwire Company, received the American Society for Testing and Materials Arnold H. Scott Award.
Mason I. Lowance Jr. 67PhD of Amherst, Mass., an English professor at the University of Massachusetts, is the author of two recent books, The Penguin Anthology of Abolitionist Writings and A House Divided: The Antebellum Slavery Debates in America, 17761865.
Madge McCord Knott 68G of Macon was honored by the dedication of the Mount de Sales High School library in her name upon her retirement.
Josephine Hart Brandon 74PhD of Madison is the author of Pages of Glory: Georgias Documentary Heritage, published by the Georgia Historical Society.
Martha J. Hardwick 80C-80G. See Hardwick 80C.
James D. Tichenor 74T-84PhD. See Tichenor 74T.
Jamie L. Greene 85L-95G. See Greene 85L.
Todd A. Van Marter 99PhD. See Fisher 95C.