Carolina and Chapel Hill are here for you, and we hope you come back to visit now and then. HOLDEN THORP Two Thousand Ten Mid-Year Commencement I 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 Alma Mater, “Hark the Sound” 5 The Commencement Program 6 Board of Trustees Officers of the Class of 2011 Marshals of the Class of 2011 Graduate and Professional Student Federation Officers 7 Carolina Annual Fund and 2011 Senior Campaign 8 The Chancellor 9 The Commencement Speaker 10 Degrees and Certificates 12 Candidates for Graduate Degrees, December 2010 17 Candidates for Postbaccalaureate Professional Degrees, December 2010 18 Message to Newest Alumni 19 Candidates for Graduate Degrees and Professional Graduate Degrees, December 2010 22 Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees, December 2010 27 Candidates Commissioned in the Armed Forces, December 2010 28 Candidates for Certificates, December 2010 29 Degrees Awarded in August 2010 40 Certificates Awarded in August 2010 INSIDE BACK COVER *■ Commencement Committee THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL 4 I ALMA MATER The words of “Hark the Sound,” UNC-Chapel Hills alma mater, were written in 1897 by William Starr Myers, a graduating senior. Woollen, added two verses to the one they remembered. Fuchs, Director The Faculty Marshal Valerie Ashby, Gordon and Bowman Gray Distinguished Term Professor, Department of Chemistry, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chelsea Phillips, The Chief Student Marshal The Official Party The Faculty The Candidates for the Degrees of Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Education and Doctor of Public Health The Candidates for Master’s and Professional Degrees The Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees SENIOR CLASS MARSHALS WILL LEAD THE GROUPS TO THEIR SEATS. The UNC Press book makes the case for the pivotal role of research universities as agents of societal change. Burris, Religious Studies, Translation, Collection and Reception: The Reception of the Acts of Theda in Syriac Christian- ity.
Together, we own and run our wedding photography business, Love, The Nelsons. If we have time, we love grilling chicken and fresh veggies.
We are just a couple of goobers, living, loving, and dancing around Austin, Texas together, along with our two pomeranians and two hedgehogs. I call him “Chef Drew Drew Hot Pants” and he hates it. Dessert is a must in this house too–I love baking cupcakes and all those delicious things that your thighs hate, but your sweet tooth LOVES! When we moved in together, I had a lot of cheap furniture from college and Drew only had a Texas A&M flag, clothes, and a baseball card collection.
“Jim Drobnick and Jennifer Fisher Discuss the Changing Face of Curating,” interview with Sky Goodden, Blouin Artinfo, February 14 and 15, Part 1: Part 2: news/story/868065/jim-drobnick-jennifer-fisher-discuss-the-changing-face-of.
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Engaging Diverse Audiences Through Curatorial Practices in Contemporary Art,” Master’s Thesis, Museum Studies, University of Toronto,