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University of South Florida yearbook. (1984)
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Twentieth Century. (1984)
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University of South Florida
USF Faculty and University Publications
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (1963/64)-no. 9 (1972).
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20th Century Yearbook 'Motion by the Ocean' 1983-84 University of South Florida Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota Fort Meyers


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Table of Contents Motion by the Ocean .................. 1 Student Life ......................... 10 Organizations ........................ 24 Academics .......................... 32 Sports .............................. 52 Closing ............................. 70 Seniors ............................. 7 4 Motion by the Ocean I 3


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Since its opening in September of 1960 the University of South Florida has been in constant motion. When USF was founded in 1956 it was placed in one of Florida s most dynamic and prospering metropolitan areas It was given the awesome responsibility of providing higher education services to the people within a fifteen county area The four campuses form a network along the West Coast of South Florida. They provide an optimal environment for academic pursuit to more than two million people MOiion by the Ocean I 5


Many changes have occurred during the past 28 years. An increase in enrollment of students staff and faculty from that of 2000 to one now of greater than 25,000 has shown a motion towards USF' s motto of Accent on Learning." As a result of this movement, additional campuses were constructed at St. Petersburg Sarasota and Fort Myers. Recent building and improvement at all four campuses has been required for USF to maintain its pursuit of knowledge 6 1 Motion by the Ocean


,._--FEE L.J&WTY IIU KSIL T SlltiU YOII ftQSTil 1'11011 T O r. IIBISTitl TIOI 1'11110. Students are also continually in motion They spend hours within the classroom and in studying each day. Many students find jobs as store clerks office helpers and waitresses or waitors to further occupy their time Some even find time to participate in sports clubs or hobbies With whatever time is remaining the Tampa Bay area offers students a wide selection of activities in which to participate. Motion by the Ocean I 7


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-1. -jlff. The University of South Florida was conceived and constructed in the 20th Century and is meeting the needs of the 20th Century A look ahead i ndicates that USF is still in motion by our ocean and is progressing towards a better future M otio n by the Ocean I 9


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Student Life The Tampa Bay area offers an abund ance of activities available to the Univer sity Community. The numerous beaches and pools that exist in the area permit students to relax visit with friends or just take in the sun. A day of fun and enjoy ment can be found at various attractions which include Busch Gardens the Hills borough River State Park, Ybor City and the local museums. Nigh clubs offer an evening of dining and dancing The Rowdies Bandits, Buccaneers and other professional teams which have their spring training in the area provide year round sports entertainment. With these and many more attractions the Tampa Bay area offers something for everyone. 12 I Student Life


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Fun in the Sun Homecoming was a time of festivities spirit and partying. This year s theme "Fun in the Sun", was a perfect choice because Homecoming Week was highlighted by excellent weather and a lot of fun. A benefit basketball game between the USF Greek All Stars and the Residence Halls kicked off the celebrations for Home coming. The Homecoming Show featuring singer Marilyn McCoo and comedian David Brenner drew a very large crowd. The Bulls delighted the crowds with a Homecoming victory by defeating the University of North Carolina-Charlotte A pa rade, festival, pep rally bonfire Alumni Bull Roast, Bud Light Bull Stampede and King and Queen Fashion Show highlighted the rest of the Homecoming Week activities. Doug Trueblood and Valerie Vasti were crowned the Home coming King and Queen and presided over the week s events. 16 I Student Life


Page 16 : TOP RIGHT: Homecoming King and Queen Doug Trueblood and Valerie Vasti reigned over the parade FIRST and SECOND CENTER RIGHT: The parade featured various USF and community organizations BOTTOM RIGHT and TOP LEFT: Decorated cars and floats paraded around the campus BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Lee Rose demonstrated his spirit during the half time intermission. Page 17: TOP LEFT: Runners in the Bud Light Bull Stampede Road Race competed for the top positions in the 5000 and 10000 meter races. TOP RIGHT and MIDDLE RIGHT : The Greeks turned out in full force demonstrating their never ending spirit. BOTTOM RIGHT : Singer Marilyn McCoo entertained a packed house during the show BOTTOM LEFT: A USF cheerleader and the USF Mascot cheere

The Flea Market The Flea Market held every Wednesday on the Martin Luther King Plaza, offers vendors an opportunity to sell low-priced quality goods to the USF community. Plants jewelry artwork sports wear books tapes, records and posters are just a few of the items one can find there. Student organizations also make use of the Flea Market as money raising events or to pass out literature and information Various special events also occur during the Flea Market. These include mini-concerts, public speeches and pep rallies. 18 1 Student Life


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USF Productions The College of Fine Arts offers the University and the Tampa Bay communities a wide variety of cultural activities. Each semester the depart ments of Art, Dance, Music and Theatre combine the talents of a distinguished faculty and students from both the performing and visual arts to pro vide a comprehensive series of events represent ing a broad spectrum of artistic creativity. The Department of Art sets up exhibits in var ious buildings around campus to display the works of students, faculty and well-known artists. Shows by George Pappas and MFA candidates were only a few of those seen this year. The Department of Music offers a variety of programs, such as performances by the USF Symphony Orchestra and the USF Wind Ensem bles. Other performances included those by the faculty in the form of recitals and chamber music concerts. The Department of Theatre and Dance present various productions each semester. Some ofthe Theatre productions included the plays "The Di viners" and "Orpheus Descending." Dance pro ductions, such as the Fall Studio Performance and the USF Dance Ensemble Concert, included performances which span the dance spectrum from classical to modem works. 20 I Sludent Life


Children's Festival Each year, the College of Education sponsors a Children's Festival open to the children of Hillsborough County. This year's festival attracted more than 5000 children and adults The children, ranging from 2 to 14 years of age, participated in creative activities designed for fun and learning Activities were provided to involve both parent and child interaction. Events offered at the festival included jazzer cise clown-face painting obstacle courses, finger printing and var ious arts and crafts projects. Expo'84 This year marked the 12th anniversary of the Engineer i ng Expo The annual event was originally started by Dolly Gooding to climax Engineering Week. The Expo which was started as a one-day event has now been expanded to two days. USF students and staff local school children and the general public are invited to participate in the event. The Expo offers student organizations and local and national companies a chance to exhibit and display recent innovations in en gineering and technology. The exhibits ranged from computers programmed to play games and print out calendars to talking with Cecil the Robot Demonstra tions such as rappell i ng by the Army ROTC and operation of the hovercraft highlighted the day s activities. Student Life 1 2 1


OSP Presents The purpose of the Office of Student Program ming (OSP) is to provide quality entertainment for the USF community. OSP concentrates its efforts in music and film entertainment. Ongoing programs such as the New Slappy Hour in the Empty Keg and the OSP Film Series are quite popular, along with big name concerts and special events which are offered each semester. The New Slappy Hour, the Cavern Club, Time Out and Video Disc Jocky features bands and groups which play a variety of music ranging from New Wave and Top 40 to Jazz and Blue Grass. OSP offers a variety of movies in its OSP Film Series. Movies such as "Star Trek," "Alien," "Risky Business," "Reds" and X-rated films are offered to satisfy the tastes of the movie-goers. The Andre Cymone Concert and the Final Exam Jam are only a few of the concerts the OSP offers each semester. Special events, such as Thriller Night and Halloween Ball on the Mall, are spon sored by the OSP with the assistance of other cam pus and community organizations. 22 I Student Life


The University Center The University Center (UC) could not be more appropriately named for it is the center of University life as USF. Located atthe heart oft he campus, it serves as a focal point of daily activity for students, faculty staff alumni, guests and visitors. It provides a multitude of facilities services and programs designed to enhance the social cultural and recreational life of the University. The UC has meeting and conference rooms available for use by student organizations and provides facilities for the various services which it offers. These include the recreational areas and various student organization offices. A ballroom is available for social and formal activities. It has special lounges for relaxation and a gallery for exhibition of student art work. An information desk, cafeteria, snack bar, bookstore and health service are are also located within the building. Something for everyone is found in the basement of the UC. Located here are the 1V lounge, game room, craft shop, bike shop, vending machines and photography lab. In the 1V room one can relax and watch their favorite soap opera or show. In the game room, patrons are invited to test their skills at billiards table tennis, darts, chess, checkers, cards, football and the latest in pinball and video machines. The craft shop offers those with creative talents a place to experiment and create in areas such as leather making ceramics and macrame. The weekly flea market and special events are staged primarily around the UC for increased participation and input The University Center Activities Board functions as the organizer for these special events Lectures, concerts talent shows, leisure classes tubing and white water rafting are just a few of the programs available. With assistance from

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Student organizations provide the backbone of University social life. They create an outlet for social service and involvement within the University and the Tampa Bay community There are over 300 different organizations formed to meet the wide variety of interests at USF. In cluded in these organizations are those which are oriented to academic majors departments and colleges ; groups which provide programs i n formation and governmental experience; and associations of students with a com mom interest in specific ideological recreational and technical areas of special concern. Clubs Activating Children through Technology A i kido Club Amateur Radio Club Anglers Bag of Tricks C i rcus Barbenders Club Bicycle Club Bowling Club Chess Club Chito Ryu Karate Club Dacco ETK Club FAIR Fencing Club Florida Judo Club Flying Club Frisbee Club Gameplayers Associat ion Gymnastics Club Jay Gould Society Kenpo Kung Fu Society Krishna Yoga Club Lacrosse Club North Tampa Community Performing Alliance North Tampa Food Co-op Parachute Club People for Ethical Treatment of Animals Royal King Fu Club Sailing Club Science Fiction Arts and Literature Association Scuba Club Skydiving Club Society of Creative Anachron ism Society of Truth and Contradictions Softball Club Sports Car Club Students Intemat i onal Mediation S ociety Suncoast Real Estate Investment Group Sun Dolls Swordplay Fencing Table Tennis Club Toe Kwon Do Club USF Billiard Club USF Karate Club USF Rugby Club Wado Kai Karate Club Wado Ryu Karate Club Water Ski Club Yoga Club 26 I 07ganlzatlons


Sororities and Fraternities Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Pi Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Tau Chi Omega Chi Phi Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Sigma Theta Delta Tau Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Psi Kappa Delta Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Omega Psi Phi Phi Beta Sigma Phi Delta Theta P i Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Gamma Rho Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon Zeta Phi Beta Oryanizadons I 27


Councils and Boards Alpha Hall Council Alpha Tau Tau Beta Hall Council Black Panhellenic Council Chemistry Graduate Student Council Co llege of Arts and Letters Council College of Business Student Advisory Board College of Business Student Council College of Education Student Council College of Fine Arts Advisory Board College of Med i cine Student Council College of Natural Science Council College of Nursing Student Council College of Social & Behavioral Science Council Communication Council Cooperative Education Student Advisory Council Delta Iota Hall Council Eng i neering College Association EZE Hall Council Gamma Hall Council Interfraternity Council Kappa Theta Hall Council Off -Campus Term Advisory Council Panhellenic Council Sports Club Council Student Organizations Advisory Board Student Theatre Production Board Academics 28 I Organizotfono Advertising Association Advocates for Social Work Affiliated Chapter of American Chemical Society African Heritage Studies Association A/ME / Geology Club American Criminal Justice Association American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics American Institute of Chemical Engineers American Institute of Industrial Engineers American Society of Civil Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society of Personn e l Administration American Studies Assembly Anthropology Club Amold Air Society Associat ion of Childhood Education Assoc i ation of Computing Machinery Association of Library and Information Students Association of Medical Science Graduate Students Black Business Student Organization Black Organization of Student in Education Circa/a Italiano Culturale Commodore Computer Club Dance Club-Terpsicore Distributive Education Clubs of America Economics Club Engineering College Association Engineer Magazine Fine Arts Forum Florida Engineering Society Forensic Union French Club German Club Graduate Assistants United Graduate Association for the Study of Sociology Graduate Business Association Graduate Library Student Association Humanities Society IEEE Computer Society Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers lntemational Society of Hybrid Microelectronics Investment Club Italian Club Management Information System Society Math Education Club Microcomputer Club Minority Bio Medical Sciences Society Minority Business Association National Society of Black Engineers National Student Speech, Language & Hearing Association Philosophy Club PhlJsica/ Education Association Pi Phi Newton Psychology Graduate Student Exchequery Public Relations Student Society of America Readers Theater Guild Russian Club Sigma Alpha Iota Society for Advancement of Minorities in Engineering and Science Soci ety for the Betterment of Future Engineers Society for Women Physics Students Society of Physics Students Society of Women Engineers Sociology Club Student Affiliate Chapter of APICS Student Council for Exceptional Children Student Counselor Education Organization Student Finance Association Student Guidance Organization Student Marketing Association S tudent Microbiology Association Student Music Educators National Conference Student National Education Association


Honorary Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Epsilon Rho AlphaPiNu Alumn i Scholars Club Arts and Letters Honor Society Beta Alpha Psi Beta Gamma Sigma Civil Engineering Honor Society Council of Honor Societies Financial Management Association Honor Society Gamma Theta Upsilon Kappa Delta P i Kappa Tau Alpha Mortar Board National Order of Omega Omicron Delta Kappa Ph i Eta Ph i Ph i Eta Sigma Ph i GammaMu Ph i Kappa Phi Ph i Sigma Ph i Theta Kappa Pi Mu Epsilon Pi Sigma Alpha Psi Ch i Sigma Pi S i gma Sigma Iota Epsilon Tau Beta P i Themis Honor Society Service Afro American Gospel Choi r Alpha Phi Omega Ambassadors Auto Mai ntenence Club Bacchus Bambooche Couture Black Student Union Cause Circle K D i amond Dolls Everywoman's Center Fourth Forest Recycling Seruice FPIRG Loca l Board Gay / Lesbian Coalition Greek Week Committee Green and Gold Club NAACP NCAA Volunteers for Youth Off Campus Term Program Office of Student Programm i ng Oracle Paraprofessional Counseling Seruice Physically Limited University Students Raiders Rehabilitation Counseling Association Senior Class Committee Sunshine Action Group Tape Bank Seru ice The Hunger Project Un iversi ty Center Activities Board Women s Peer Counciling Center 20th Century Yearbook (ftganizattons I 29


Professional Delta Sigma Pi Florida Nursing Student Association Iota Phi Lambda Minority Graduate / Professional Student Organization Phi Beta Lambda Pi Epsilon Rho Pi Sigma Epsilon Pre-Dental Society PreLaw Society Pre-Medical Society Pre-Veterinary Society Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Iota Kappa Sigma Xi Student National Medical Association Religious Bahai Club Baptist Campus Ministry Campus Advance Campus Bible Fellowship Campus Crusade for Christ Canterbury Club/Episcopal Center Catholic Student Union Chabad House Christian Science Organization Collegiate Association for Research of Principles Dianetics Eckankar Fellowship of Christian Athletes Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry Hillel Foundation Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Jewish Student Union Latter Day Saints Student Association Luthem Student Movement Navigators New Testament Christians Students for Non-Denominational Christianity Transdenominational Prayer Group Initarian Universalist Association for Religious Freedom University Chapel Fellowship The Way Campus Fellowship 30 / 0'll"nizations


Political Air Force ROTC Association of U S. Anny College Democrats College Republicans L-5 Society Libertarian Alliance Model United Nations ProgressiiJe Student Union Reseroe Officers Association Strategic Studies Group Student GoiJemment Students for McGoiJem Young Americans for Freedom Young ConseroatiiJe Alliance of America Young Democrats International AdiJocators of Persian Muslim Student Association Arab Student Union Caribbean Cultural Exchange Chinese Student and Alumni Association Chinese Student Union Florida High School Model United Nations Intercultural Organization Iranian Students Supporting National Council of Resistance Lebanese Student Union Malaysian Student Association Model United Nations Muslim Student Organization Students of India Association Vietnamese Cultural Club Vietnamese Student Association Organizations 131


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34 I Academics President Brown President John Lott Brown i s the University of South Florida's third president He came to USF in 1978 with a background in psychology and visual science. His duties and responsibilities vary from day to day. From meetings with the faculty and his staff to public celebrations such as officiating at the annual graduation ceremonies and being the Grand Marshal of this year's annual Gasparilla Parade, he is on the move continually. He creates a lot of motion by our great ocean


Administrators The administrators serve with President Brown as the principal policy making officials for the University TOP LEFT Steven G. Wenzel Vice President for Employee Relations & Legal Affairs. CEN TER LEFT Gregory M. O Brien Provost of USF. BOTTOM LEFT Joseph F. Busta Vice President for University Relations. TOP RIGHT Albert C Hartley, Executive Vice President. BOTTOM RIGHT Daniel R. Waibolt, Vice President for Student Affairs. A cademia I 35


College of Arts and Letters 36 1 Academics James Strange The College of Arts and Letters is housed within the Russell Cooper Building. The Col lege offers its students a sense of themselves and their world through courses and programs involving human expression and communica tion. The College itself is made up of nine de partments: Communications, English, American Studies, Foreign Languages, Humanities, Mass Communications Philosophy, Liberal Studies, and Religious Studies. Many different foreign language groups along with the Oracle and the 20th Century Yearbook have their offices here as well. This year a new computer terminal room the Car leen Scutieri Computer Center, was opened to provide for student computer needs The College offers nineteen fields from which to obtain a bachelor s degree. The dean of the College of Arts and Letters is James Strange.


Robert G Cox Chester H. Ferguson Hall with its modern design is home to the College of Business Ad ministration. The programs offered through the College are designed to prepare the stu dents for careers in business and public ser vice. The College concentrates in the areas of Ac counting ; Economics, Management Finance, Marketing International and General Busi ness. Professional and honorary societies within the College enable the student to develop both professionally and socially. Dean of the College of Business Administra tion is Robert G. Cox. College of Business Administration Academ ics /37


College of Education 38 I Academics The College of Education concentrates its efforts on teaching its students what is relevant in today' s world and getting involved in their own educational process. There is special con cern within the College for developing in the student a deep interest in intellectual inquiry and the ability to inspire this interest in others. Many educational societies and associations are available to the student who wishes to par ticipate. An annual event, the Children's Fes tival, is sponsored by the College and provides enjoyment for the students and the children of the community. The College offers programs leading to the bachelor of arts degree in 26 fields Dean of the College of Education is William Katzenmeyer.


Glenn A Burdick The College of Engineering is a growing col lege of students working toward the better ment of our technological future. The College insists on a strong foundation of engineering classes to best prepare its students with a broad base of fundamental and techni cal knowledge. The programs offered by the College have been developed with an emphasis on three broad aspects of engineering activity de sign research and the operation of complex technological systems. The College offers 16 degree programs from its five departments. Each year the College holds a festival open to the entire community called the Engineer ing Expo Numerous displays and exhibits highlight the event demonstrating the latest developments in science and electronics. The dean of the College is Glenn A. Burdick. College of Engineering ...........,. ____ ........ "" 'lll'i'""". Aoodemlcs I 39


College of Fine Arts 40 I Academics August L. Freundlich The College of Fine Arts offers programs of study theatres of practice and programs of events for the University and the surrounding community The College offers its students an opportunity to enrich and enhance their cre ative talents. A broad selection of courses and degree pro grams are found in the departments of Art, Dance, Music and Theatre. Students can become involved in the Fine Arts Events program which features a variety of local and international talent, offers exhibi tions and shows films. Faculty and student productions are pre sented each semester for both the University and the Tampa Bay Community. August L. Freundlich is the Dean of the Col lege.


Andor Szentivanyi Integrity character, motivation and dedica tion are some of the qualities required of medical students. Students seeking a M.D. de gree from the USF College of Medicine must complete a minimum of three years of pre-med college courses and pass the Medical College Admission Test. The students in this College strive to up grade the health care standards in the commu nity and to become an integral part of universi ty life. They continually learn new ideas, proce dures methods and techniques which improve their medical knowledge. The curriculum pro vides a close and on-going experience for the student in the day to day health care system. The Dean of the College of Medicine is Andor Szentivanyi. College of Medicine Academ ics /41


College of Natural Sciences 42 I Academ ics leon Mandell The students in the College of Natural Sci ences are trained in methods of logical analy sis and the modes of experimentation in a con tinuing attempt to better understand the na ture of man and his relationship to the un i verse. The College is dedicated to fostering a spirit of inquiry and intellectual growth. The College offers programs in Biology Microbiology Botany, Zoology Chemistry Biochemistry, Geology, Marine Science, Mathematics Physics and Medical T echnolo gy. These programs are designed for students planning scientific careers in these fields or for those planning professional careers involving the components of science. The College has a planetarium a botanical garden and a comstar satellite The Dean of the College of Natural Sciences is Leon Mandell


Gwendoline R. MacDonald The College of Nursing is c'ommitted to the improvement of nursing and health care ser vices through educational programs, commu nity service and research activities. The program provides two curricula: one for non-nurses and another for registered nurses who are graduates of diploma or associate de gree nursing programs. The practice of professional nursing involves problem solving and decision making based on knowledge from the humanities, natural sci ences and the behavioral sciences The Dean of the College is Gwendoline R. MacDonald. College of Nursing A c adem ics /43


44 I Acodemlcs College of Social & Behavioral Sciences The College of Social and Behavioral Sci ences is concerned with human beings and their development, problems, behavior and institu tions. The study of man helps the student to understand the world of which he is a part, to become a more informed citizen and to pre pare for a role in society. The social and be havioral sciences provide the student with knowledge, experience and background for fu. tlrre application in business and industry, gov ernment human service professions and fur ther education The College offers fifteen fields of study, leading to a bachelor's degree. The students also have the opportunity to react and interact with others through the var ious organizations and honor societies of the College. The Dean is Wallace A Russell.


Alone to think A spacious commons area A leisurely stroll to class Fort Myers A lakeside view Greenery at Fort Myers USF at Fort Myers, established in 1974, has come a long way. It was originally located in downtown Fort Myers, in the Gwynne Institute Building, but is now located on a 55-acre site adjacent to Edison Community College. Since Edison and USF share the same facilities and ser vices, students are able to complete their first two years of undergraduate study at the Edison campus and then com plete their degrees at the USF campus. Upper level courses and bachelor degree programs are offered in Business, Teacher Education, Nursing and Liberal Arts. Graduate programs in Business and Education are also offered Linda Lopez McAlister is the Campus Dean. Academ ics 1 45


Sarasota USF at Sarasota was established in 1975 It is located on a 100-acre site in north Sarasota, which includes the former waterfront estate of Charles Ringling The elaborate Ring ling Mansion is now home to the campus library. US 41 bisects the campus into the East Campus and the Palmer Campus. Located on the East Campus is the Hamil ton Student Center which serves as the center of activity for students and others in the campus community. Upper level courses and baccalaureate degrees are avail able in Education, Fine Arts Arts and Letters, Natural Sci ences, Business Administration, Social and Behavioral Sci ences and Nursing. Several graduate programs are also offered. Sarasota is also home of the New College. It is a residen tial liberal arts honor program. It is designed for students who seek the atmosphere of a small college with its accom panying individual instruction. The Campus Dean is Robert V. Barylski. Ma i n entrance at Sarasota 46 / Acodemk:s The campus library Sarasota by the sea A walk on the br i ck path


The bay of Bayboro An oasis on campus Studying In the warm sun Saint Petersburg USF at St. Petersburg or the Bayboro Campus was estab lished in 1968. It was originally housed in the former Mer chant Marine training facility and is the oldest regional campus. It is now located on a 24-acre site on Bayboro Harbor in downtown St. Petersburg. It is within walking distance to many cultural and recreational vacilities, such as the Bay front Center and the Salvador Dali Museum. The campus is currently undergoing extensive expansion and construction The campus is gaining national recognition for its marine science program. It is also home for the Florida Institute of Oceanography a special research institute for the State University Systen. The St. Petersburg campus offers upper level courses and bachelor degrees in Accounting, English, Business, Elementary Education, History, Psychology Management Political Science, Engineering Technology and Criminal Justice. Graduate programs are available in Business, Teacher Education and Rehabilitation Counseling. John Hinz is the St. Petersburg regional Campus Dean. An entrance to St. Pete Academics 147


Graduation Graduation highlights a special event in everyone's life. It is the climax to four or more years of hard work to obtain one's degree. It signifies a turning point in one's life. Many paths are now open, but the decision and choice is up to you. Dr. James L. Fisher, the Soring Commencement speaker, urged the graduates "to go out and make a life for your self, not just a living. You can do and be virtual ly anything you want to be. Be as bold as you are educated." Honored during the Commencement cere monies were Dr. Navita Cummings James, the Senior Class Outstanding Professor Awardee and Seniors Dorothy Loomis and Kim Pena, who received the Outstanding Senior Award for the Winter and Spring ceremonies 48 I Academics


Torchlight The Torchlight Ceremony is a special ceremony held the night prior to the actual Commencement Ceremony. The candlelight event is held to symbol ize the future course of a senior's life. The candles symbolize the awakening to knowledge and goals that the seniors have set for themselves It is an event at which the seniors have an opportunity to wear their newly acquired caps and gowns for the first time It is also a chance for the senior's friends and relatives to gather together to celebrate the momentous occasion. The Outstanding Senior Leaders and the Faculty Honor Guard are announced for the first time The Outstanding Senior Special Award is also presented to its recipient. The 1984 Awardee was Jay Patouillet A cadem ics /49


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Basketball The 1983-1984 Basketball Season was very inpres sive. The Bulls played twenty-three inter-sectional and Sun Belt Conference games, three tournaments and one exhibition game against the Czechoslovakian Na tional Team. With an overall record of 17-11 and a Conference record of 9-5, the Bulls were ranked fortieth in the nation. The Bulls had a successful season with wins over teams such as Texas A&M, University of Ala bama-Birmingham, Niagara, Old Dominion and Uni versity of North Carolina-Charlotte. USF placed first in the Miller High Life Classic and third in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. Charlie Bradley was named the Most Valuable Player in the Invitational. Charlie Bradley and Jim Grandholm were both chosen during the season as Sun Conference Player of the Week. Bradley also led the Conference as leading scorer with an average of 22.3 points per game. Grand holm was also honored with the Variety Club Award for his acheivements in sports and his involvement with the USF community. The Bulls during their final game honored Seniors Jim Grandholm, Keith Douglas and Dave Bastian as they retired from USF basketball play. Coach Lee Rose feels that the team has come a long way, but they still have a way to go. However, ifthere is a continuation of the support that was shown during this year, the Bulls will surely give the fans something to be happy about. Sports/ 55


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Base bulls The 1983-1984 Baseball Team had a tough but successful season. They placed fourth in the West Division of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament and ended the year with a 35-25 record The Bulls coached by Robin Roberts were ranked 29 in the nation. Another achievement for the Bulls was their record-breaking attempts in areas such as most double plays and home runs Bull players Tony Alfonso Ralph Gali and Jerry Comellas also set records in most games hitting streak most grand slam home runs and most straight pitch i ng victories Comellas was honored with the MVP AI Lopez Trophy and Mark Rose received the Outstanding VFY Award 58/ Sports


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Soccer The 1983-1984 Bulls were a determined and experienced squad. The Bulls began their season with an impressive ten game winning streak overcoming such teams as Central Florida, Eckerd and Flagler. The team, under the direction of head coach Dan Holcomb and assistant coaches Derek Smethurst and Ken White included six seniors eight juniors three sophomores and seven freshmen. Although the squad did not fare well in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament they did take the championship in the South Carolina Invitational. Forward Roy Wegerle was named the Most Valuable Player for the Tour nament. Wegerle Kelvin Jones, Raymond Perlee and Rosario Giambrone were named to the lnvatitional s All Tournament Team. USF ended their season with a 15-4-1 record They were ranked 4th in the Southern Region and 17th in the Nation. Despite USF' s outstanding record, the team did not receive a bid to the NCAA games. All-American Roy Wegerle was selected as USF's Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year for 1984 During the last game of the season the Bulls paid tribute to their six seniors, Shaun Clinton Arnold Corneal Garnett Craig Rick LaB rode Andy Houghton and Nigel Armorer Clarke, who made their final appearance in USF uniform. 60/ Sports


Cross Country Improvement over last year was the main accomplish ment of the Bulls Cross Country team. The team has been in existence now for six years, but each year the coach, Jerry Slavin, and his players gain the experi ence needed to have a noticeable effect on the team's rank. The Bulls ran for a first place title in the Run for the Stars Invitational, a second in the Florida Invitational and a third in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Sports /61


Men's and Women's Tennis Winning the Sun Belt Conference and bringing the cup back to USF the goals of both the Women s and Men's tennis teams this year The teams prac ticed three to four hours a day and played in many tournaments during the fall months to prepare for the Spring season The schedules for both the Bulls and the Brah mans were very tough and included teams that were ranked nationally in the top twenty. Bulls Head Coach Bill Perrin described his squad ofthree newcomers and five veterans as a tough and solid team. They finished the season with a record of 16-8, beating teams such as Old Dominion and Western Carolina. The Bulls also played in numer ous tournaments during the season. They placed first at the Florida Intercollegiate Championship and second at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Necvet Demir earned the honor as USF's top singles player. Juan Roura was chosen as USF's Outstanding Scholar Athlete ofthe Year. The young but talented Brahman Tennis Team consisted of five veterans and four newcomers. Under the coaching of Sherry Bedingfield the team amassed an outstanding record of 27-10 and was ranked 14th in the nation. The Ladies also had an impressive record in tournament play. They took the championship position in both the Clemson Invita tional and the Sun Belt Conference Championship. They beat such teams as Clemson, Georgia Okla homa State Old Dominion and the University of Alabama -Birmingham. They are the first Women's Tennis Team to be extended an invitation to the NCAA National Championship Renee Tamborello was selected as USF s Out standing Scholar Athlete of the Year. 621 Sports


Men's and Women's Golf The 1983-84 USF Golf teams fared well in season play. The Men's team was under the direction of Coach Bob Shriver, while the Women's team was coached by Merry Blount. The women had an impressive record They were ranked nineth in the nation They placed first at the Memphis State Invitation al and the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational and second at the Lady Tar Heel Invitational, the Pat Bradley Invitational and the Florida State Championship The Bulls also had a good season. They once again for the sixth time defended their Sun Belt Conference Title. They placed fifth in the Orange Lake Invitational, seventh at the Seminole Golf Classic and at the Pepsi Budweiser-USF Classic and eighth at the Hall of Fame Invitational and the Gator In vitational. Sports/63


Swimming The USF swimming teams were in top form as both men and women performed well on an individual and a team basis. Both teams faced a tough schedule competing against other teams such as Georgia State, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and University of North Carolina at Duke. Head Coach Bill Mann ofthe Bulls and the Brahmans led teams to season records of 9-4 and 7-5 The women's team had six swimmers qualify for the nationals. They also set two new national records and placed third in the NCAA. Alicia McHugh set a record in the 100yard freestyle and the team consisting of McHugh, Nancy Bercaw, Merit Greaves and Maggie Mortell set a new record in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Alicia McHugh received the honor of being named USF's Outstanding Women Athlete for 1984. 64 1 Sports


Softball For USF Softball Coach Hildred Deese, this year may have been one of her best seasons as she led the Brah mans to an overall record of 31-7. The team also had an outstanding sea son in tournament play They defended their championship title at the National Collegiate Women's Slowpitch Softball Tournament and the University of West Florida Invitational Tournament They also placed first at the Jacksonville Uni versity Invitational Tournament and at the State Championship at Florida Southern College. Leading the Brahmans in batting aver age home runs and RBI's was USF s Anna Goodnough Goodnough was also voted Most Valuable Player at the Jack sonville West Florida and National Tournaments. Sports/ 65


Women's Basketball Youth and a mixture of new and experienced players was what Coach Ann Strusz had to work with for the 1983-1984 women's basketball season. Besides being a young and inexperienced team, the Brahmans played a tough schedule with most of their opponents near the top of the division. The ladies finished their season with a 7-20 record, with victo ries over teams such as Stetson; Florida A&M and Alabama State. For Coach Strusz and the team, it was a season for rebuilding The Brahmans hope for a better season next year 66 1 Sport.


Volleyball The 1983-1984 Brahman Volleyball team started the season on a slow pace, but made a strong comeback by the mid dle of the season to end with a record of 22-19. Head coach Hildred Deese worked the team, consisting of four veterans and nine newcomers, long and hard. The squad took a first at the South Florida Round Robin Tournament and made it to the single elimination bracket in the Sun Belt Conference tournament. Coach Deese commented that the team had problems, but felt that they had gained confidence and experience. With the entire starting squad returning, the Brahmans have high hopes for a better season next year. Sports 1 67


68/ Sports USF Cheerleader Providing the USF teams with spirit the USF Cheerleaders and the Sun Dolls have spurred them on to many victories and have pepped them up after defeat. By encouraging crowd participation at pep rallies and spectator games, the squads have in creased support for the USF teams.


Intramural Sports USF believes that a complete education in eludes a proper balance of work and study with physical activity. Therefore it provides a vari ety of opportunities for active participation in recreational sports and competitive athletics. Multiple facilities including swimming pools, gymnasium, golf course, baseball and softball diamonds track and soccer fields and modern equipment are available to the USF communi ty. The sport clubs and the intramural sports program represent a broad selection of sports ranging from those of a highly competitive nature to those of a non-competitive type and include individual, dual, team and aquatic sports. Through participation, students, facul ty and staff are provided an opportunity to in crease their physical fitness Sports/ 69


70 I Closing The 20th Century Yearbook Staff would like to extend its sincere thanks to the following people and organizations for their help and support in the production of this publication : The Alumni Association Educational Resources The Oracle Kathy Carty Marlene Gonzalez Feliz Gonzalez Ricardo Gonzalez Lynn Ledford Dawn Livingston Phyllis Marshall Andree Martin John Renneker Lillian A. Perzia Leo Stalnaker Advisor


Special Thanks As this school year draws to an end, it gives me a chance to look back and reflect on the past few months. Since so much has occurred over the past ten months, it was difficult to find space within the book to cover all the events As a result a great deal of time effort sacrifice and cooperation was re quired to put together this publication As the year progressed the ranks of our staff diminished We finished the book with a total of seven dedicated and loyal members and one slightly worried advi sor. But thanks to our advisor Leo Stal naker for his continual support we were able to complete the book on time I would like to once again thank all the concerned people who helped so much in putting together this book. We couldn t have done it without you You will always have my deepest appreciation. Sincerely Julie Gonzalez Editor in-chief Closlng/71


20th Century Staff Top Right: Kathleen Morrell Organizations Editor; Middle Left: Carolyn McGuire Assistant Editor-in-chief; Middle Center : Eric Taylor Academics Edi tor; Middle Right: Gardner Bayless Photography Staff; Bottom Left: Rob King Student Life Editor ; Bottom Center: Kay Woods Photography Editor; Bottom Right: Julie Gonzalez Editor-in-chief 72/Cioo/ n g


The Tampa Bay Area Closing /73


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76 ADEL ABDULAL Tampa Fl JON B ACEY Anance Springfield VA DEBRA L. ADEEB Lutz, Fl ALEXANDER P ALEXANDER BA L YDDA ARANGO BA P sychology St P ete!Sburg.-Fl MARTHA ANN ABELL BA English Millmi, Fl SAM! A. ACHOUR BA Management Tampa,Fl BILL ABERNATHY Tampa, Fl MARKS ADDY Lakeland, Fl MARILYN M ADY STEVEN J AKEL SHELHOOP Z BA Education BA Management AL -OOUSSARY Dunedin Fl St. Pete!Sburg, Fl AIKhari City, Saudi Arabia SUSAN M A LFANO GILDA ALFONSO SHERR! ANN AMBERG BA Elementary Education Lutz, Fl Tampa FL JANA L. ARGERIOUS ANTONIO R. ARNAO CECILIA C ARNOLD BA Anance BA Criminal Justice BA M athematics Tampa, FL Tampa FL Lutz FL SUZETTE Y ALBA LOUIS ALBANO BA Math Communications BA General Business Millmi, Fl A dministratio n Cape Coral, FL SCOTT W GREGG D ANDREACHI ANDERSON BA JILL S ARNOLDY CORINNE ARNOV BA Elementary Education BA Education Princeton MN Ft Lauderdale FL


SHARON B ARONOFF ANTONIO A. ARROYO BA Broadcasting BA Markeling Winter Park FL San Mate o FL KATHLEEN A VERY SSW Social Work Safety Harbour FL BONNIE BAKER SSW Social Work St. James City FL CAROL A BAl2 BA Management Rockville centre, NY CINDI D BAUER BA Elementary Education Palm Harbor FL ABOLFAZL BABAZADEH St. Petersburg, FL LORETTA BAKER Tampo FL JANE BARKMAN BA Special Education Bradenton FL T. GARDNER BAYLESS BS Environmental Engineering St. Petersburg, FL MARY C ARTIME BA Management Tampo FL RENEE BAGGETT BA Business Administrlltion Orange Park FL MARK BAKER BA Accounting Boca Raton FL DEBORAH L. BARNARD BA Art Education Quitman GA SUSAN D. BAYLIS BA Marl

7 8 DAVID BEAZLEY St P etersburg, FL MARIA BENITEZ BA Advertising Tam pa FL BRAD A. BERSTEIN Tampa FL DONALD P BLEM BS Marketing Nokomis, FL THERESA A. BECHT BA Maregement H obe Sound FL RICARDO BENITEZ BA Fmance/M.l.S. T ompa FL JEAN B BIELECKI JANE C BOCK BS Business A dministnltion Tam pa FL HOPE D JAYNE BOUFFORD BORDEN-STEPHENSON Brooksville, FL BA Geron tology Tampa FL CRAI G S BECKMAN BA Marketing Ft Myers, FL MADALINE D BERDY BA Accounting St. P etersbu r g FL ANGELIQUE T. BIGGERS BA WENDI D BODNAR BA Americon Studies Tampa FL CAROL BELLAS St Petersburg, FL TODD S BERGER MBA M anogement Tampa FL ANNETTE BILSKI BS Nursing Northport. NY LAUREN E BOHL BA Educotion St Pete Beoch, FL CAROL E R. BOWERS E LIZABETH BRADLEY BA Speech Commu nicotion T ampa FL BA Physico! Educotion Temple Terrace FL ALFONSO A B E LLUCCIA BS Civil Engineering Tampa FL NANCI A BERILLA BA Managemen t l nfonnation Systems Ellicott City, M D ROBIN BISHA T ampa FL JACQUELYN A BOHLING BA Business Adminlsm>tion Sarasota FL TOMMY R. BRAGG BA Fine Arts Ft Myers, FL NUBIA BENARD BA Marketing Miami, FL NANCY C BERKOWIT Z BA Eleme ntary Educotion Lutz,FL LISA BLANCHAR BA Mass Communi

KA THE L. BRAUTIGAM RANAE BRESLOW BA Chemistry Marietta GA St Petersburg, FL BRADLEY A. BROWN CAROLINE R. BROWN BET Computer Technology BA Management Tampa, FL Tampa, FL JANICE BUCKELEW BA Elementary Education South Venice FL KATHLEEN V. BUCKLEY BA Management Venice FL BRIAN T BRILL BA Finance Lake Worth, FL MARY LAURA BROADWATER BA Sociology St. P etersburg, FL LISA G BROWN BA Elementary Education Branford FL GREGORY A. BRONNER H udson FL LORALEE BROWN St Pet ersburg, FL JAMES BROWN, JR. BA Fine Arts Ocalll, FL MARJORIE G. BRUI::N Treasure Island FL DOLORES S BROOKSHIRE BSW Social Work Tampa, FL TAMARA J BROWN BA Marl

KEVIN LEE BURKE Phlladelphia, PA LAURETIA T BURKE LOUIS A. BURNSTEIN BA Communication Chicago IL NANCY B. CABRERA BA Elementary Education Lakeland FL BA Theatre Performance Tampa FL BARBARA CAPORELLA WALTER J CAPPElli STEVEN A. CARDO, JR. BS Business Adminislnltion BA Marketi BA Management Plantation FL Seminole 'f.i! Seffner FL FREDERICK BUTLER BA Criminal Justice Tampa FL KAREN L. BUTLER BA Marketing Rockville, MD SHERR! L. BUTLER BS&ology Seminole ,l'L DAVID M CALDEVILLA PAUL J CAMELIA CHRISTOPHER T BA Finance/General Business BA Internationa l Studies CAMPBELL Tampa FL Tampa FL BS MERLE CAREY BA Finance Virgin Islands DAVID C. CAMPBELL MAUREEN CAMPBELL BS Engineering Clearwater FL BA Natural Science Coral Springs FL WILLIAM D. CAMPBELL EVELYN CANDELARIA BS MlcrobiolocN BA Language M elbourne FL Rio Piedras, PR GRACE CARILLO BA Advertising Tampa FL JILL A CARNEVALE Naples FL


JEANS. CARR 6A Elemen tary Education Plant C ity Fl. FAITH A. CARVER 6A Ma themoli<:s Hudson Fl. CARLA D CHAPMAN BS Blology/ Chernistty Wm ter Flaven, Fl. LYNNETTE CICCARELLO BSBiology Tampa, Fl. KELLI R. COKER BS Nursing Sanoota Fl. SUSAN CARR Tampa, Fl. RUTH L. CARROLL 6A Education P ort Richey Fl. CECILIA A. CARTER 6A Criminal Justice Bradenton Fl. SUSAN L. CASEY JUDY L. CASTELLANO PEGGY D CAUTHEN 6A Psychology BS Zoology 6A Elementary Education Tampa. Fl. Tampa, Fl. Winter Haven Fl. CRAIG R CHAPMAN 6A Finance Plantation Fl. FRANK CLA.RK 6A Sociol Bohemia, m MICHAEL J. COLEMAN BS Civil E ngin eering Plant City, Fl. TERESA M CHAVEZ 6A Education Tampa, Fl. 6A Accounting & Finance Buffalo Grove II.. JEFFREY COLLINS T ampa, Fl. MARK J C HESNEY Lutz, Fl. DIANNE M C LIMO Lakeland Fl. SHERRYL COLODNY 6A Mass Com munications Tampa, Fl. SCOTT CARTER W oshington PA GEORGE C CHACONAS Tampa, Fl. SUSAN L. CHESNICK Tampa, Fl. CLARA N COBB 6A Business Educatio n Tampa, Fl. ALEX C COLVIN 6A Chernlstty Juno, Fl. LAUREN J CARUSO 6A Marketing Ft M yers Beoch Fl. DEBORRAH J. CHAIN 6A Education Tampa, Fl. MARK A CHRISTIE 6A Psychology Naples, Fl. LINDA A COBURN 6A M usic Ed ucatioo Largo, Fl. TERRY R. COL WELL 6A General Bus iness Administration Tampa. F L 81


82 MARY E CONNELL JUANITA J COOK BA Sociology Tampa, FL SUSAN COOK KEITH T COPELAND PATRIZIA F COPPOLA DAN F. CORLEY St. PeretSburg, FL BA Elementary Education Clearw ater FL GEORGIA M CORLEY BA Sociology Jackso nville, -FL BETTY J COWARD!N BA Elementary Education Tampa, FL LILIA R. CORREA BA Finance Mia mi, FL BARBARA E COX BA Management B radenton, FL ARLENE LOUISE JAMES G CULPEPPER CONNOR CRI TOPH JR. BA BA General Business A dministration Tampa. FL BA Finance Lutz, FL MICHAEL C. COTTER CARMELITA COTTLE Lutz, FL BA General Business ERIN A. COYLE BA Spanish Macon GA RICHARD A CUNNINGHAM BS Chemistry Tampa, FL St. Petersburg FL CHRISTOPHER CRAMPTON Tampa, FL CATHLEENM. CURRY BA Management Information Systems Clearwater FL PAMELA R. CUTLER BA Marketing Vorginia Beach V A BETH SU DANIELS CAROLY N J DAN NER LISA M D ARBYS HIRE BA Philosophy Lutz. FL BA Interdisc iplinary Soda! Sdence Tampa, FL BA American Studies Laurel FL BA Marketing Tampa, FL RICHARD ALLEN COTTRELL St. Petersburg, FL TENA M CO UPERUS BA Manageme n t Seminole FL TAMMY F CRAMPTON JOYCE R. CRAWFORD BA Spedal Education Safety Harbour FL Sebring FL DARY L C UT LER AMY M. D ARIN BA Political Science Bmdenton. FL DEBBIE A CUTLER Ballston Lake NY DAVID A. DAVE N PORT BA Management Information Systems Arlington H eights. IL


ANNE B DAVIS BA Elemen ta ry Ed u cation Win t er Ha ve n FL MICHAEL D DELUCA BA General B usi ness Administration Tampa, FL DOUGLAS DeRUSHA T emple T e rr ace, FL JANINE De VEER BS Social Work A ruba N eth A ntilles ALEXANDER DEMID BA Specific Leami Disabilities T ampa, 'f!L MICHAEL E DERYK BA Managem e n t Info rma tion Systems P ort Charlotte FL DIANE I. DeBIUAN BA Elem e n tary Education Temple Te rr ace FL KATHY D DePATRA BSBiol SONIA M. DEVIC BA Fine A rts P ainting Fort M yers FL GLORIA JEAN N DEPRADINE BSMicrobiology Orlando FL ZERON DEXTER JR. BET Engineertng T echnology Tampa FL RICH DELGADO BA Finance Winte r H aven FL JOSEPH DEREVJANIK BA Management Tampa, FL ROBIN S DIAMOND BA Education Miami. FL ANT HONY M DELUCA Sharon Hill, P A SONY A G DERRY BA General Business Ad ministration Tampa FL ILEANA T DIAZ Marcaibo Ven ezuela IVAN DIAZ KAREN M DIEHLMAN BA F i nance BA Socio1 Da vila Ba yamon, PR C lea rwa ter 1{ ANTONIA DIERKES ELIZABETH P DIXON BA Elementary E d u cation BA PsvchoioQv/Sociology W ann!nster PA Pla nt FL 83


84 DUNG DOAN T ampa, FL SUZANNE M DOUGLAS BA RICHARD M DUPUI S BS Business A dministration L utz, FL DAVID DWORKIN BS Electrical Engineering New York NY BRIDGET EBDRU P BA Accounting Plant City, FL ERIC J DOBBIE ANTHONY E DRESCHER NEIL P DURNIN Chathamn l'U CASSANDRA P DYE BA Sociology Miami, FL M LORETO ECHENIQUE La Paz, Bolivia JON S DOCS BS B i ology North Canton OH MERRILEE DULANEY BSIS Computer Science Clearwater, FL LIZBETH A. DUTTON BA Education Dunedin FL MARK A EADY BA Chemistry Lakeland FL LI S A M EDEN BA Special Education Albany NY GREGORY DODSON BA MaMgeme n t Information Systems St. Petersburg, FL RICHARD J EAMES SSE Social Science Education St Petersburg, FL NANCY A EDWARDS BSBiolo!lv Tampa, I'L BL.AZO Z DONEV PATRICIA C DOUGLAS BS Electrical E ngin eering BA MaMgemen t Ft Lauderdale FL H omestead FL EDWARD T EARNEST DAVIS S EARNHARDT Jupiter FL PETER P EGYED BA Psychology Parrish FL BA l nterdiscip(inary Social Science Ta mpa FL J UDITH EHLINGER Coral Springs FL


ALTHEA A EICKHOFF DON A. ELLIOTI JAMES EMERSON BA Psychology BA Foreign Language Education Tampa FL Tampa FL Tampa FL ARTHUR M ESPINOSA BS Chemistry Tampa FL GAIL E FAMOUS BA Management Berwyn PA JACQUELINE A. FELDMAN T J FILIPPONE BA Mass Communications Brandon,FL N JEAN ESTEBAN BA Mass Communications Brandenton FL LESLIE D FARKAS BA Mass Communication Sunrise FL STEVEN C. FERGUSON BS ElectricaJ Engineering Dover, FL CHRISTINE RORE BA Broadcasting Tampa FL GREG E EVANS BA Management St Petersburg FL DENNIS W. FARLEY BS M echanical Engineering Athens, TN ANTHONY M FERNANDEZ VALERIE FISHER BA Interdisciplinary Social Science Brad e nton FL ANN I. EMERY BA Psychology Tampa FL ROBERT A FABIAN Avon CT WAYNE FARNES BA Managemen t Tamarac FL BEATRIZ M FERNANDEZ PAULA E FISHMAN BA Theatre Jericho NY MARl JO L. ENDORF BARBARA ENGELSTEIN P alm Beach Gardens, FL PETER M FAHRES Clearwater FL ELIZABETH A FARR BA Social Science Wau chula FL WALTER A FERNANDEZ LYNN C FLANAGIN BA Psychology Lutz, FL BA Mass Communications W est Palm Beach, FL BARBARA A FALKINGHAM STACEY FASMAN Miami, FL GINA G FEVRIER BA Education Tampa, FL DONNA FLEISCHMAN Tamarac FL 85


86 EVELYN P. FLETCHER DONNA LAW FOLEY ADAM S FOLICKMAN BET Engineering Technology tfomestead A.. SEBASTIAN L. MICHAEL FOSS St Petersburg, A.. Tampa A.. FORMICA l>.medin, A.. BA Education Tampa, A.. SANDRA M FOSTER BS lnd\ISIIial Engineering Tampa I'L ANNA FRANTZIS-BIONDI BA WENDY S GALIN BA Mariketing Tampa, A.. JEANNE GAUDREAUL T BA Special Education -SLD Nokomis FL MARK D FOWLER Longwood ANDREW E FRACK BS lnd\ISIIial Engineering Lakeland A.. DARLA F. FRANCE JOAN C FRANCHETTI Tampa, A.. BA Mass Communications Largo A.. ECEILE FRECKLETON FLOYD W FREEMAN GREGORY B FREEZE BA Psychology BA Finance BA Management Tampa, A.. Lakeland A.. T em pie T errace A.. MAREN E GAMSON Winter Park A.. DOUGLAS C GEHRING BS Mechanical Engineering Largo A.. BA BONITA L. GANDERSON KATHERINE J GEHRING BA Managem ent Se minole, FL JEFF C GANGELHOFF Largo A.. JANE GARD St P eters burg A.. JOANN B GENTRY JACQUELINE A GETTY Alachua A.. H ollywood A.. CHARLES FOSTER BA Business Adminisntion Sarasota A.. TONY FRANCONE Bedford TX JULIE K. GARRETT BS Zoology Sl P etersburg, FL DJIN H GHAN BS Electronics Engineering Singapore Singapore 2573




DAVID S HARKINS Tampo FL ANASTASIA S. HARUTHUNIAN ORNITA HAYNES KING BA Social & Behavioral Science Mac Dill AF. B., FL SHERRIHELMS BA Advertising Tampa, FL DONNA J HARNEY Clearwater FL MOE HASHEMY BS Chemistry Tampo FL CORAL E HEATER BSN Nursing Cooper City, FL STEVEN A HENDRIX BA Chemistry Tampo FL COLETIE HARPER BA Mass Communications Tampo FL CHRIS HASTINGS BA Criminal Justice Lutz, FL JAMILE HEDAID SPA F oreign Languages Tampo FL HORACE W. HENRY BS Biology North Miami Beach FL MELANIE L. HARRELL BA Psychology Venice, FL JANELLE HATCHER Belleair Bluffs, FL IRWIN HEICHEN BA. Management/Finance Hollywood, FL KATHLEEN HENRY BA Business Administration Sarasota FL ILIANA HERNANDEZ JOHN D HERNANDEZ MARIAN A. HESSLER CHERYL H. HESTERL Y Tampa, FL BA Accounting T emple Terrace FL BA Finance Johnstown PA BA Finance Tampo FL CRAIG HARRISON Clearwater FL EILEEN A. HAWE SHIRL Y HEIDTMANN BA Marketing Lighthouse P oint FL GREG E HEPTNER Tampo FL PHILIP HEYMAN BS Mass Communication T a rna rae, FL JEFFREY L. HARTZOG BA Mass Communications Film Tampo FL GREGORY J HAYES BS Mi

90 STEPHEN HILAKOS BS Chemical Engineering Lutz FL CLINTON HNATIUK BSCE Civil Engineering Norwich, CT LAM D. HOANG Tampa FL PATRICIA A. HOLLEY MICHAEL J HOLMES BA Mass Communications San Antonio FL ROSEANN M HOVER OTT MARTINA HUGHES Marco Is., FL BA Mass Communications Moor estown l'

DAOA. HUYNH BS Chemical Engineering Tampa FL JILL JACKSON St Petersburg. FL RHUDEL A JAMES Tampa FL KHALIL HUZAIFI BA English St Petersburg. FL TRACY A. JACKSON BA Accounting Clearwater FL DANA S JAMISON CHARLES 0 JAAP Jl DEBRA L. JACKSON BA SUSAN D. JACOBS BA Public Relations Orange Park. FL KIMBERLY JANSEN BA Management Venice FL BETH J JACOBSON BA M arketing Long Beach NY WILLIAM F. JENKINS BA Religious Studies Lakeland FL EVELYN A. JACKSON HORTENSIA JACKSON BA Criminal Justice St. Petersburg FL ROBERT J JAFFE BA Finance Nonh Miami Beach FL LISA JETMORE Tampa FL JACQUELINE A. JOHANNES BA Man"'l

92 ANGELA JONES BA Management St. Pet

EDWARD T KELLY Cl@rwater Fl. MARY K. KENNEDY SA Sociology Clearwater Fl. BRIAN D KINPORTS BS Electrical Engineering Tampa Ft. KONRAD J KOHLER Pompano Beach Fl. SOPHIA MANOULIAN Clearwater Fl. DAVID H. KENASTON BS Computer Science Cocoa, Fl. ROBIN K. KERSEY SA Sociology Plant City, Fl. CATHERINE KLEIN BS Education Bogota Columbia SC WAYNE S. KOPPEL BA Criminal Justice Plantation Fl. SUSAN E KENDEL DOROTHY FAY KENNA BA Early Childhood Elementary BA Educ Tampa Fl. Key West, Fl. MICHAEL KIBALU KAREN J KIEFERT Lutz, Fl. BS Nursing Miami, Fl. PATRICK D. KNAPP JUDY ANN KNELLER BS Civil Engineering BA Health Education Clearwater Fl. Syosset, NY RONALD D. KORON LISA KOSTOPOULOS BS Computer Science BA Management Palm Bay. Fl. Lutz, Fl. KIMBERLY A. KULIK KIMBERLY K. KUNATH SARA B KUPER St Petersburg, Fl. BA Elementary Education Holliday. Fl. KIMBERLY A. KENNEALLY Englewood Fl. MICHAEL D KINDT BA Accounting New Port Richey, Fl. BARBARA P KNOWLES BA Sociology Temple Terrace, Fl. BRIAN P. KREIMENDAHL Tampa Fl. JOHN ANDREW LA MANTIA BA Finance Addison fL DAVID J KENNEDY BS Marketing Venice Fl. LAURI ELLEN KING BA Special Education Arlington Heights lL CLAUDIA KOCH-ALLEN BA Psychology Tampa Fl. lLANA J KRICHMAR Sunrise, Fl. JOSE I LA PUENTE BS Electrical Engineering Tampa Fl. 93


SUSAN B. LAIL Tampa, A. DAVID W LAWSON BS Mechanical Ta mpa, A. ANA B LEON BS Computer Science Tampa A. CARl LEVESQUE BA Education Seminole A. ELLEN M LANDRY Easthampton MA JAMES W. LEAHY BS Chemisby Tampa, A. BA Histo SCOTI LAROSA BS Biology Deland A. MICHAEL LeBORGNE BA Management Hollywood, A. DAVIDM. LAW BS Electrical Er!Qineertng Tampa, Ft. KARLA M LEDOUX BSChE Chemical fn!jneering Tampa, A. BS Microbiology Tampa. A. DANIEL W LAWRENCE Ormond Beach A. BRIAN E LEE BA English Education Clearwater A. BA Management Lakeland A. CYNTHIA A LEON ANNETIE M LEONARD DENISE I. LEONARD DANIEL R. LEPPOLD BS Civil Engineering BA Finance BS Biology BS ElectJical Engineering Tampa, A. Ba yonet A. St. Thomas VI St. Peters b ur g A. ROBIN P LEVIN BA Early Childhood/Elementary Education long Branch, I'U LEWIS LEVINE BA Finance Jericho NY KAREN LEWIS BA Sociology Pilot Mountain NC MICKEY LIERA BA A dvertising/Fr e nch Ft. Lauderdale A. STEVEN C LAWRENCE SA Marketing St. Petersbu rg, tL HUNG K LEE Kuala Lumpur Malaysia JANE R. LERCHE BA P sychoiogy Tampa, A. LORI M LINSALATA BA Hist Satellite A.


ELAINE B LNERMORE FELICIA L. LOPEZ BA PsycholoQv Tampa. FL Clearwater. J'[ ALLAN I. LOSEK MARIETIA A LOTI Clearwater FL BSW Social Work KENNETH W LOUNDERS BS Biology Tampa J'[ DEBBIE MAHFOOD BA Mass CommunicationS/Advertising North Miami, FL largo, FL MICHAEL LOWERY BA Sociology Sanford FL CAROLYN MAIDA Largo. FL DEBRA A. LUBIN BA Psychology Corl>l Springs. FL DIDIER M MAlAGIES BA Finance Clearwater FL KARLA M. MANTER RUTHANN K. MANUEL DARLENE MARSH BA Business Education BA Magazine Journalism Lutz, FL Bradenton. FL Brooksville FL JOHN LUSK BA Finance Englewood, FL BARBARA MALONEY HOFFMAN BA Psychology St Petersburg. FL SETH MARSHALL Hauppauja. NY WAYNE D MACK BA Mass Communication Clearwater FL KEVIN J MacNEIL BS Chemistry Lakeland, F[ DENISE C. MANKER MICHAEL B MANNING BA Chemistry/Biology BA Public Relations Tampa FL Tampa FL MARILYN G MARTI BA Spedal Education Clearwater FL ANDREE L. MARTIN Phoenix. AZ 95


96 CI.AUDETIE E. MARTIN Fort Lauderdale, Fl. JANICE M MATHEWS BA Elementzlry Education Riverview Fl. EMMETT J McDONALD BS CMI Engineering H olmes Beoch, Fl. LISA A. MARTIN BA Accounting_ St. Petersburg, Fl. JAMES E MATHIS BSW Social Work Northfield, OH RICHARD J MARTINO BAMarketing New City NY JUDITH MASIN BA Psychology Tampa Fl. JEFFREY J. MATTHEWS SHERR! L. MAWSON BA Finance Pompano Beach Fl. FERNANDOO. MAYORAL BARBRA L. McCULLOUGH BA Criminal Justice Fl. BRIAN R. McDOUGALL PATRICK A McHUGH MARLEEN M. McKEAN BA Finance Tampa Fl. BS Finance Tampa Fl. BS Political Science largo, Fl. RICHARD A MASON JEFFREY MASTERS BS Electrical Engineering BA Marketing Brooklyn, NY Temple Terrace, Fl. !.AURA M. MAXFIELD BENITA E MAXWELL BA Sociology BSW Social Work largo, Fl. St. Petersburg Fl. PAMELA. R. MAZUR JAMES C. McCARTHY Tampa Fl. BA Political Science/Management Tampa FL CATHI C McCUTCHEN BARBARA McDONALD BA Speech Communication Tampa, Fl. LANA P McKENZIE Tampa Fl. BA Accounting St. Petersburg, Fl. PETER McNALLY St. Petersburg, Fl.


JAYESH MEHTA BS Chemical Engineering Tampa, Fl OLEG A. MENYHERT BA Social Sciencellnternational Studies Tampa, Ft. STEPHEN P MEYER BA Chemistry T emple Terrace Ft. MARIBETH MILLER BA Elementary Education Huntington Station NY CHARLES L. MILLS BA Business Administration Tampa, Fl MARGARITA S MELENDEZ BA Chemisby Sarasota, Fl KARL E MERKEL BS Electrical Engineering Clearwater Ft. DAVID L. MIDDAUGH Holliday, Ft. MATTEA MILLER Mobile AL MARY K. MILLS BA Sociology Lutz. Ft. KAREN J MELLOW Orlando. Fl DALE M MELTZER BA Mark eting Woodbury NY RITA M. MENENDEZ BSZoology St Petersburg Fl MARY R. MENTZER BA Elementary Education Tampa, Ft. TIMOTHY G MERRICK SANDRA L. METCALF JAMES G METCALFE ROBERT F. METNICK BA A ccounting Tampa. Ft. KENNETH J MIKLOS NANCY P MILLER Dunedin FL TERESA A MILLS BA Elementary Education Lake W o rth Ft. BET Engineering Techn o logy Melbourne Ft. DIANE L. MIKSCH BA Accounting A rlington Heights IL WENDY FREY MILLER BA English Osprey. Ft. LYNN A MITCHELL BA Mass Communication Dunedin Ft. BA Mass Communications Venice Ft. SALLY MILES Clearwater Ft. FLOYD MILLER, JR. BA P olitical Science Tampa. Ft. LORIN G MITTMAN BA Anance BeUmore NY BA History Qearwater A... FAITH MILLER BA Marketing Maitland, Fl NANCY MILLNER BA Chemistry Tarpon Springs Ft. NADINE P MOBLEY BS Nursing Wildwood Ft. 97


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THOMAS J NAGY JEFFREY W NARDOZZI Satellite Beach FL BA Political Science Madelia Beach FL THOMAS E NEWTON, JR. BA Flnanc.e Oearwater FL lAN NGUYEN BA Accounting largo, FL MELVIN NICHOLSON JOSEPH J NOCELLA BA Management JR. Newport News, VA GREGORY W NOLIN BA Mass Communication Miami, FL JACKIE M O'KEEFE BAMarl
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100 EUNICE ONWUCHEKWA lmo State N igeria W est Africa JAMES M OWEN, JR. BSChE Chemical Engineering Tampa Fl. DENISE PAGLIARI BA Marketing North Miami Beach, Fl. GEOFFREY ORLANDI BA Finance Decatur GA MARJORIE A OWENS BA Exceptional Childhood Education Tampa Fl. JANET L. PALMER Lantana Fl. GARY A. ORTEGA Lutz, Fl. SUZANNE C PACER BA Elementary Education Tampa Fl. BETIY ORTIZ BA Elementary Education Seffner Fl. MICHAELA. PACHOLEC BS Computer Science Nashua, NH PATRICIA A. PALMER JANIE MARIE PALMERI BA Sociology BA Elementary Education Tampa Fl. Tampa Fl. KELLY PALMGREN MARK J. PANCIERA MARCO J PAOLILLO RUBY D PARHAM BA Education Seminole Fl. BA General Business BA Marketing Adm inistration Tampa Fl. Hollywood Fl. GWYN\ c. PARRELLA ELIZABETH R. PATE sA Marketlng BA Mass Communication Safety H arbor tL Tampa. Fl. JANET R. PATE BA Mass Communialtions Lutz,FL BA Economics Tampa, Fl. KATHRYN KIKI PATIDES BA Mark eting T arpon Springs Fl. IVETTE ORTIZ T ampa. Fl. JOSEPHINE A PACI Tampa Fl. L. JAY PATOUILLET BA Business Admin istration Tampa Fl. MIGUEL A ORTIZ BA Finance Sarasota Fl. MARY BETH PACZKOWSKI BA Management Tampa Fl. SUZANNE PATZER BS Anthropology Tampa, Fl.

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JAY M PAULES BA Elementary Education Tampa fl. DAVID K. PERGANDE BS Manageme nt W mter Ha ven fl. JEFFREY T PAYNE BET Computer T echnology Treasure Island, fl. HOWARD M PELHAM VIOLET J PEMBERTON SSW Social Work Tampa fl. JOHN R. PERNAL ELIZABETH PETERSON YVETTE T PETIT BA A nthropology BS Psychology Tampa fl. Tampa fl. BR>denton. I'[ TERRIL PERDREAUVILLE BA MARY PHILLIPS BA Man age ment Jupiter fl. IVAN J. PEREZ BS Biology lsabela, PR LEW E PIPER, JR. BA Accounti Utile LYNN E PITTELL CHARLES T POLIS LEON W PONTE JR. CATHERINE M POOLE LAURA A. PORCARO GLORIA D POSPIECH BA Ane Arts Cinematography BA Mark eting Temple Terrace fl. CleaJWat er FL BS Business BA Marketing Hollywood, fl. Tampa fl. T emple T errace fl. I nverness fl. CELETA L. POWELL KIMBERLY E PRATT BA Management Lakeland fl. Tampa fl. CAROL E PROPLESCH JOANNE L. PULLEN BA Manageme nt BA P sychology Largo, fl. Sio ux Rapids. lA ROBERT M PRESS BS Mechanical Engineering H ollywood fl. JOHN L. PUTZE L BA General B usiness A dministration St. Petersburg fl. WENDY L. PRESS BA General Business Administration Hollywood fl. TONY QUINTERO Brandenton fl. HILARY E PRICE SA Sociology Tampa, FC ZULA Y M QUIN TERO Caracas Venezuela SANDY PRINE BA Business Admin istration CleaJWate r fl. MARY A. RABUN BA 101

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102 LISA M RACKOWSKI BSN Nursing Vero Beach, Fl. LYNN R. READ BS General Business A dministration Tampa Fl. NANCY JO RAJIB JOANNE V RANDAZZO BA International Studies BS M anagement I nformation Coral Gables Fl. Systems New Pon Richey, Fl. SHANNON M. REAGAN ERIC REDDlNG BA Mass Communication BA Management Information Vakko ,Fl.. Systems Orlando, Fl. ANNA M BUCHHOl2 A LYSSA M R EITE R L Y NN M REJNIA K REIDELBERGER BA Mass Co mmun ications LUIS G REV, JR. BSES Science U.rgo, Fl. BRINTON RIDGEWAY BA Finance St P eters burg, Fl. Sunrise, Fl. ROSS R. RHODES BA Finance T am pa Fl. SAUL F RIGAU BS Biology / Chemistry Miami, Fl. SA Mass Commu nications Tampa Fl. BRET M RIBOTSKY BSBio!OQV Miami Beacn: FL DAVID RIGSBEE BA Criminal Justice Naples Fl. PATRICIA RANDEL Tampa Fl. MARY PATRICIA REED SSW Social Work Tampa Fl. J OHN M RAPTI S BS Electrtcal Tarpon Springs Fl. ROBERT REGAN Freepon. NY MARY C. RA U C H Rockledge, Fl. CYNTHIA S REICHARD BA Management St Pete Fl. RONNIE E RELYEA SAL LIE A RENG E RING BONNIE E RENNIE BA Criminal Justice BA Creative Writing Tampa Fl. Cincinnati OH JOANNE S R ICE BA Elementary Education Groveland Fl. DONNA RINGEL BA Fine A rts/Manage m e n t Ft U.uderdale Fl. NOLA M RICHARDSON H ollywood Fl. MELVA E RIOS ALEXANDRA RIDGELY BA Psych ology Tam pa Fl. KEVIN M RIVERA BS M echanical Palm Beach Ga r dens Fl.

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CRAIG S ROBINSON BA A ccoun tin g Cl earwat er Fl.. CARLOS ROMAN BA Chemistry Rio Piedras P R KELLY S ROGERS BA Business A dministratio n R ockledge Fl.. LINDA K. ROMAN ENRIQUE M ROMERO D BRADLEY ROMP BA Mass Commu nications/News Ta m pa, Fl.. BA Management Editorial A1100 Lake OH Tampa, Fl.. NANC I J ROSENFELD L YNN K. ROSENTHAL VONZELLA A. ROSIER CATHERINE J ROSS Moorestown, 11U BA Marketing/General Business BS Social W ork BA Criminal Justice A d m Brodenton Fl.. W oburn MA Clea rw ater Fl.. LILLIAN C RIVERA BS B iology T e mple T errace Fl.. NATHAN I EL RNERS St Petersburg, Fl.. MARGARITA CARMEN CARMEN ROBINSON ROBERTS St P etersburg, Fl.. STUART M ROGERS BSE Engineering Lakeland, Fl.. LISA M ROOP Lutz, Fl.. PAULA L. ROUSH BA Fine Arts B rooksville Fl.. PATRICIA J. ROHR BA Music Edu catio n Mi l t o n Fl.. DONNA M ROSE BA Finance Lutz, Fl.. JANET L. ROUTH BA Elementary Education Seffner Fl.. 103

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108 LUIS TEMPLER North Miami Beach, FL BARBARA B THOMPSON JAMES TINDELL BA Anance & bson Park, FL SUSAN M TRAMER BS Political Science HoUy..vood, FL SAMUEL R. TRENTADUE BA Marketing Pittsburgh, PA BRIAN TESORIERO BA Foreign Language Education Inverness, FL ERIC THIEL BA Rnance Tampa FL ALTHEA THOMAS JACQUELINE THOMAS LORI A THOMAS BA Management BSW Social Work BA M anagement Miami, FL Fort Myers, FL Clearwater FL JAMES C THOMPSON PAMELA J THOMPSON PENNY L. THOMPSON ROBERT W TILLER ROBERT TIMMONS BA Management BA Psychology / Criminal Justice St. Petersburg FL North Palm Beach FL Tampa FL I JENNIFER L. TISINGER ROBERT C TOBERGTE BA Elementary Education BA Anthropology South Daytona FL Largo FL THOMAS J. TRASK BA History Tarpon Springs FL EUGENE F. TRIVELL BA Business Management F P PAT TOLODAY BA Business Education Plant C ity, FL DOROTHY J. TOLSON BA Communications Tampa FL St. Petersburg, FL EDUARDO TORRES Tampa FL

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LINDA TROTIER BA Marketing & Distributive Education Tampa, F1. MARGARITA Y. URIBE Coral Springs F1. GREGJ. VAN STEKELENBURG GLEN T. VITIOR BS Electrical Engin eering Suffern NY MURRAY WALD BA Criminal Justice Sarasota F1. EMILY D TROXELL BA Criminal Justice Upper M ontclair, NJ J EFFREY S TUCEK BA Criminal JustlceiM.l.S Pinellas Park. F1. TERESA A. TULLER Cape Coral F1. FRANCES A. VALENCIC TIMOTHY P VALENTE RONALD J VALENT I BA Elementary Education Ven ice F1. LYNNE MARIE VARLESE BA Mass Communication South Windsor CT JEANETIE V VARON BA Criminal Justice Plantation F1. PATRICIA A VONDRAK CYNTHIA J WAGNER BA Management Largo F1. BA Marketing Seminole F1. BA Criminal Justioe Tampa, F1. JOSEPH VERGE St Petersburg. F1. JAMES WAGNER BS Interdiscipl i nary Natural Science/BioloQv E. Moriches, NY DAWN G TURNER BS Civil Engineering St Petersburg, F1. AMY VAN DELL BA. Ma,ss Communications Holiday F1. SCOTI R. VETIER BA Finance Lake Park F1. NONA M WAGNER Tampa, F1. VALORIE A UPTEGRAFF BA PsycholoQv Wimauma, t[ FRED VAN L ENGEN JR. BA S.S.l. Sydney, Fl. ANNETIE VITALIANO BA Advertising_ Mount Vernon NY TRACI L. WAGNER Lutz, F1. DEBRA A WALDRON ANN MARIE WALFORD JOHNNY P WALKER MARGARET J. WALKER VALREE S WALKER BA Elementary Education Venice F1. BA Management Zephyr Hills, F1. BS Chemical Engineering Niceville F1. BA M athematics Education Orlando, F1. BA Management Immokalee, F1. 109

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110 JACQUELINE A WALLS GLENN R. WALTERS BA Mass Comm unication s T eq uesta FL TAMMIE WARE STEPHANIE W WARGO CHRISTOPHER L. BA Political Science WARIN..JACKSON T emple T errace FL BS SALLY J WARNER CHARLES M WASHER MARCIA WATKINS JOYCE Y WEBB BET Engineering T echnology / C omputers CleaiWater FL SHIRLEY M WEBB BA S S .I./Sign Fort Laude r dale FL CrystAl Rive r FL New Hartford, NY BA Elementary Ed u cation W auchula FL MICHAEL E. WEED BS E l ectrtcal Engineering V enic e FL TERRI E. WELLS Growland FL SUZETTE S WEHUST BA Psych ology Tampa FL ALICIA M WEYER BA ManaQement L utz,tl.. MARY JANE WEIGEL J REESE WEILAND JR. RANDI L. WEINSTEIN BA Mar keting BA P olitical Science/Business BA E D E. H ollywood, FL Tampa FL Sunrise, FL SALLY E WHEELER SCOTT B WHEELER BA Management BA Flnance Tampa FL Sarasota FL HENRY L. WHITE BA Business Adm i nlstnl tion Tampa FL KATRINA D WARNER BA P sychology St P etersburg. FL PETER A WEBLEY BA Mar k eting/Managemen t Miaml,Fl BRENDA S WEISS BA Mass Com munica tion North Miam i FL KYMBERL Y E WHITE BA PsycholoQv St Pet ersburg,-1'1... LISA A. WHITE BA French JOHN WHITED BS B ioiOQII Rocldlidgo, FL DAVID T WIDOOES BS Electrical Engineering Palm Springs FL PEGGY M WIENER BA Educa tion ROBERT L. WILBUR MARGARET A. WILKINS S t Petersburg, FL New Port Richey, FL LarsP. BA Flnance Lutz, FL

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112 BARRY F WRIGH T LYDIA F. WRIGHT BA Socioloclv BA Plono Pedogogy Tampa F C Tompa Fl. JEFFREY R. KATHRYN J WYKOFF WUNDERLICH BA Psychology BS Electrical Engineering largo, Fl. St P etersburg, Fl SWEE L. YAP SA Accounting Kuo!o Lumpu r Malo ysio THERESA A YEITZ MICHAEL B YOCHIM KATHLEEN YOUNG BA Manogement BS Flnonce Cleorwoter Fl. Norwkh, CT T o m pa Fl. MARK D ZIEGLER BS Geoi091L Spring Hill Fl. DELMA STUDIOS INC. N e w York N e w York S e nior Pho t ograph y & Publishing RICHARD F. ZARR BS Electricol Engineering Polm H orbor Fl. REECE ZEITZER BS Nursing Coral Springs Fl. RONALD ZIMMER JOCELYN A. ZULICK BA B usiness A dministration Seminole Fl. lady Lake, Fl.


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