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(Summer Program in Nepal) to that country to learn about its religious and cultural
diversity.
Linda Nielsen (Education) received the Outstanding Volunteer Award for 2000
from Today’s Woman Health and Wellness Center. Steve Nickles (Babcock, Law) was
confirmed by the U.S. Senate to a position on the newly created Internal Revenue
Service Oversight Board, while Carol Anderson (Law) was named President of the
Forsyth County Bar Association for 2000–2001.
In the Music department, David B. Levy and Stewart Carter contributed to the
second edition of the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, long regarded
as the standard music encyclopedia in the English language. Angela Hattery’s book
Women, Work, and Family: Balancing and Weaving, examining the ways mothers
with young children resolve the conflict between job and family, was pub-
lished by Sage. In Sociology, Charles F. Longino Jr. was elected President of the
Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE); Earl Smith, Rubin Pro-
fessor of American Ethnic Studies, was elected the twenty-first President of the North
American Society for the Sociology of Sport; and Catherine T. Harris was elected
President of Alpha Kappa Delta, the International Sociology Honor Society.
The Calloway School of Business and Accountancy named Jonathan Duchac
the first Merrill Lynch Professor in Accounting and Paul Juras the Pricewaterhouse­
Coopers Professor for Teaching Excellence. Don Robin became the first J. Tylee
Wilson Chair of Business Ethics, a position made possible by a $1 million gift from
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