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    Daley will give graduation address
Thelma T. Daley will deliv
er the Commencement-Bacca-
laureate Address on Sunday,
May 13 at 4:00 p.m. Mrs.
Daley, a nationally recognized
guidance and counseling pro
fessional, is the 16th National
President of Delta Sigma
Theta Public Service Sorority.
A graduate of Bowie State
College and New York Uni
versity, Mrs. Daley directs
the Baltimore County Board
of Education Career Educa
tion Program. A past pres
ident of the American Person
nel and Guidance Association,
she was the first woman and
first black to serve in that
capacity. Prior to that distinc
tion, she had served as pres
ident of the American School
Counselors Association.
Current affiliations include
membership on the College
Entrance Examination Board
of Trustees, Board of Direc
tors of the APGA, Education
al Testing Services Guidance
Commission, and the Advisory
Boards of Direct Search for
Talent (Baltimore, Md.) and
Educational Research and In
formation Center at the Uni
versity of Michigan at Ann
Arbor.
She was appointed three
years ago to serve a three-
year term on the 14-member
National Advisory Council on
Career Education by the for
mer Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1979 BENNETT COLLEGE, GREENSBORO, N. 0.
Photo courtesy Delta Journal
Mrs. Thelma T. Daley, a nationally recognized guidance and counseling pro
fessional and national president of Delta Sigma Theta Public Service Sorority,
VOL. XL, No. 10 yyjii the commencement speaker.
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Phyllis Gray, Roberta Judd, Valerie Littlejohn, and Debbie Nelson were awarded the Marie Clapp Moffltt Scholarship in
home economics during Recognition Day Services. The award is made in recognition of academic achievement and
evidence of application of standards of professionalism in home economics.
Recognition Day honors students
RECOGNITION DAY HONOREES
Belle Tobias Scholarship Terri Phillips
Faculty Scholarship Awards
Division of Eauoation Gwendolyn Speight
Division of Humanities Sandra Brown
Division of Science Bebe Davis
Division of Social Science Addie Harrison
Virginia Tucker Scholarship in the Humanities Debra Hodges
Lula Donnell Award Sharon Horton
George M. Bell Scholarship Cynthia Brown
David D. Jones Leadership Award Kathy Colbert
Angela Smallwood
Catherine H. Waddell Scholarship Katherine Winston
Rose Karfiol Award Deborah Tillman
L. Guenveur-Streat Scholarship in
Clothing and Textiles Joan Butler
Home Economics Faculty Award Valerie Littlejohn
Goode Prize for Home Economics Rose Irby
Marie Clapp Moffitt Scholarship in
Home Economics Phyllis Gray
Roberta Judd
Valerie Littlejohn
Debbie Nelson
Dr. Cortis E. and Marie D. Torrance
Scholarship in Home Economics Stephanie Bacote
Brenda Boyette
Leisha Thornton
Louna Vanstory
Effective Leadership Ability Award Marilyn K. Brimmage
Freshman Athlete of the Year Portia Dixon
Omicron Eta Chi Awards Gelenia Aaron
Audrey Deleston
Joan Walker
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Dr. Tucker relinquishes duties as 'Banner' adviser
Gulla Cooper presents Dr. Georgle Latimer with the Sigma Tau Delta National
English Honor Society Award.
by Deborah Tillman
After five years of dedi
cated service to the “Bennett
Banner” as adviser. Dr. Vir
ginia Tucker has decided to
relinquish her duties to
Michael Gaspeny, instructor
in the Department of Com
munications.
As adviser. Dr. Tucker was
involved in every aspect from
copy-reading stories to proof
ing the laid-out copy. She
often took responsibilities
that were not hers such as
writing news stories, billing
for advertisements and writ
ing headlines.
On Recognition Day, Dr.
Tucker was presented with a
silver ink pen and flowers as
a token of the staff’s sincere
appreciation of her service. In
summarizing her association
with the “Banner” Dr. Tucker
stated, “It has been one of the
most rewarding experiences
of my life. I have enjoyed
working with the succession
of fine editors. I will truly
miss it.”
Since she has worked with
the “Banner,” the editors
were Cheryl Johnson ’74-’76,
Diane Stevens ’76-’77, Joyce
Bass ’11-19,, and present ed
itor, Deborah Tillman ’78-’79.
“Dr. Tucker is truly an as
set to the school paper. She
performed above and beyond
the call of duty. The staff will
really be deprived of a great
adviser but I am certain that
Mr. Gaspeny will also be an
asset to the paper,” stated
Editor Deborah Tillman.
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Dr. Virginia Tucker will be sadly missed by the Bennett Banner Staff next year.
Mr. Michael Gaspeny will replace her as adviser.
    

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