E. Nell Hoffman
(M.Ed.), Bedford, was honored with a Distinguished Alumna Medal
of Service award in October at Howard Payne University in Brownwood.
Mary Beth Armes
(D.M.A.), Erie, Pa., has retired and returned to the United States
after spending 20 years in Germany. She had contracts to coach
opera in five theaters, where she also conducted and sang soprano
Katherine Beggs Bailes,
Overland Park, Kan., was awarded
a doctor of philosophy degree in mythological studies with an emphasis
on depth psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in January.
Her dissertation was titled "Mystery and Irrationality in
the U.S. Legal System."
(M.M.), Stillwater, Okla., has been appointed associate dean of
the College of Arts and Sciences at Oklahoma State University.
He has served on the OSU music department faculty since 1981, teaching
trombone, jazz studies and music technology.
Dorothea Annette Booth Jackson
(M.M.Ed.), Georgetown, is the head band director at Smith Middle
School in Fort Hood. She is in her 20th year of band directing
after recovering from a head-on collision last fall. Her oldest
daughter, Sarah, is a TAMS graduate completing her degree at UNT.
Austin, has been appointed to a federal advisory committee of
the Environmental Protection Agency. A partner
at Bracewell & Patterson LLP, he teaches as an adjunct professor
at the University of Texas Law School.