Alumni CLASnotes
UF Then and Now

Awarding-winning CLAS students Teresa Porter (Truman Scholarship winner); Anup Patel (Goldwater Scholarship winner); William Sexton (2003 UF Outstanding Male Leader); and Teesha McCrae (Four-Year CLAS Scholar) prepare to shape the future. The background photo is Anderson Hall in 1931. (Photo: Jane Dominguez)


University of Florida
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
2008 Turlington
PO Box 117300
Gainesville FL 32611-7300
(352) 846-2032
editor@clas.ufl.edu
clasnews.clas.ufl.edu

Dean
Neil Sullivan

Senior Director of
Development and
Alumni Affairs

Cynthia Butler

Director of
Development and
Alumni Affairs

Della Booher

Assistant Director of
Development and
Alumni Affairs

Krista Mitchell Cornell

Editor
Allyson A. Beutke

Contributing Editor
Buffy Lockette

Design
Jane Dominguez

Writing Intern
Kimberly A. Lopez

Graphics Intern
Simone Williams

Copy Editor
Lynne Pulliam

Alumni CLASnotes is published twice a year by the University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for its alumni and friends. Please send all correspondence to Editor, CLAS Dean's Office, PO Box 117300, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611-7300 or editor@clas.ufl.edu.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Florida is the largest college on campus, with over 700 faculty members who teach more than 35,000 students. CLAS offers 40 majors in 22 departments, three academic programs and five centers. It is home to 32 centers and institutes including the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research, the Land Use and Environmental Change Institute and the Center for African Studies. CLAS occupies nearly 650,000 square feet in 22 buildings on campus.

Contents

Note from the Dean

A History of The College

A Brief Timeline of CLAS

Living History: Sam Proctor and Michael Gannon

Around the College

Where are they Now?

Term Professors and Dissertation Fellows

Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Notes

Outstanding Alumni


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