For release: April 2, 2013
For press information, contact Brandon Hoyer, 901-678-1333
The University of Memphis College of Education, Health and Human Sciences Alumni Chapter
will hold its second annual Hall of Fame Reception and Induction Ceremony on Tuesday,
April 23, at 6 p.m. in the Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway Hall of Fame, 570 Normal St.
on the U of M campus. The event will honor exceptional alumni and faculty from the
University’s 100-plus year history.
The 2013 Hall of Fame inductees include:
- John N. Avis, associate superintendent of Memphis City Schools;
- Dr. William E. Bibb Jr., superintendent of Tipton County Schools;
- Dr. John Timothy Fite, retired superintendent of Tipton County Schools;
- Dr. Mike Hamrick, retired U of M education professor;
- Dr. Jane Howles Hooker, retired U of M education professor;
- Dr. Donald Lollar, associate director of academic affairs for the Institute on Development
& Disability at Oregon Health & Science University;
- Carolyn Barner McDougal, HPER instructional consultant for Memphis City Schools;
- Dr. James Mitchell Jr., retired assistant superintendent of Memphis City Schools;
- Dr. Joris M. Ray, director of alternative schools for Memphis City Schools;
- Beverly C. Robertson, president of the National Civil Rights Museum; and
- Dr. James E. Selbe, special assistant to the chancellor of the Kentucky Community
and Technical College system.
The cost is $35 per person for Alumni Association members or $40 for those who are
not yet members. Proceeds will benefit the chapter’s Centennial Scholarship.
Reservations may be made online at www.memphis.edu/alumni/rsvp by April 15.
For more information, call 901-678-1333.