Photograph: Alumna meeting with student.

Alumni Fellows

  • 2012 – Bradley E. Haddock, jd '80
  • 2011 – George A. Barton, jd '77
  • 2010 – Lynn R. Johnson, jd '70
  • 2009 – Paul Hoferer, jd '75
  • 2008 – Richard Hite, jd '53
  • 2007 – Michael Manning, jd '69
  • 2006 – David Fenley, bba '76 and jd '79
  • 2005 – Kay McFarland, ba '57 and jd '64
  • 2004 – Sue Jean White, bba '77 and jd '80
  • 2003 – Donald Rupert, jd '76
  • 2002 – Michael Manning, jd '77
  • 2001 – Paul Hulsey, jd '76
  • 2000 – Bernard Bianchino, ba '70 and jd '74
  • 1999 – Durward "Duke" Dupre, jd '73
  • 1998 – Thomas Corcoran, Jr., ba '76 and jd '79
  • 1997 – John D. Kemp, jd '74
  • 1996 – Ed Sondker, ba '69 and jd '73
  • 1994 – David Fisher, jd '75
  • 1992 – Kent Smith, jd '66
About

Established in 1992, the Alumni Fellows program was designed to recognize alumni who have distinguished themselves in their careers and invite them back to campus to interact directly with students and faculty in the classroom and at a variety of other academic settings.

Each spring, faculty and staff submit their Alumni Fellows nominations to their respective deans. Then, each dean makes his or her final selection for the college or school. One Alumni Fellow is selected from the School of Applied Studies, School of Business, School of Law and School of Nursing. Because of its size, the College of Arts and Sciences selects up to three Fellows.

Fellows are honored at a luncheon typically held during the week of Homecoming.