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NSU's Gallaspy College of Education hosts program for alumni
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Northwestern State University’s Gallaspy College of Education and Human Development hosted a program and reception for alumni inducted into the Hall of Distinguished Educators and two Friends of Education.  From left are Dr. John Robson of Baton Rouge, representing the late Dr. John Basin Robson (1928); Dr. Lisa Abney, provost and vice President for Academic and Student Affairs; Lt. Col. Dr. James Rougeau of Branson, Mo. (1958); Sally Tanner Namie of Benton (1972); John R. Williams of Baton Rouge (1959, 1966); Randy Moffett of Lumberton, Miss., Friend of Education, (1971); Carol H. Hebert of Alexandria (1971, 1980); Dr. Jeanne Burns of Baton Rouge, Friend of Education; Dr. Vickie Gentry, Dean of the College of Education and Human Development; Scott Brame of Alexandria, former member of the Louisiana Board of Regents, and NSU President Dr. Randall J. Webb.
Northwestern State University’s Gallaspy College of Education and Human Development hosted a program and reception for alumni inducted into the Hall of Distinguished Educators and two Friends of Education.  From left are Dr. John Robson of Baton Rouge, representing the late Dr. John Basin Robson (1928); Dr. Lisa Abney, provost and vice President for Academic and Student Affairs; Lt. Col. Dr. James Rougeau of Branson, Mo. (1958); Sally Tanner Namie of Benton (1972); John R. Williams of Baton Rouge (1959, 1966); Randy Moffett of Lumberton, Miss., Friend of Education, (1971); Carol H. Hebert of Alexandria (1971, 1980); Dr. Jeanne Burns of Baton Rouge, Friend of Education; Dr. Vickie Gentry, Dean of the College of Education and Human Development; Scott Brame of Alexandria, former member of the Louisiana Board of Regents, and NSU President Dr. Randall J. Webb.
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