J. Glendene Philley Brooks
(73 M.Ed.), Dayton, was chosen 2000-01 Campus Teacher of the
Year at Richter Elementary School in Dayton. Brooks has been teaching
for 40 years and has taught elementary music for the past 19 years.
(66 M.A.), Australia, retired after teaching U.S. history
and politics for 28 years at Macquarie University in Sydney. He
was a member of the Baptist Student Union touch football team that
defeated Sigma Nu for the North Texas championship in the early
60s. Friends are invited to send him e-mail at Dennis.Phillips@mq.edu.au.
Kathe Phillips Powell,
Plano, returned to Texas after spending the past 25 years in Colorado.
She is the information resources manager for a major security integrator.
B. Gale Gooch Alexander
(69 M.S.), Casper, Wyo., was named Faculty Person of the Year
by the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees. She joined
Casper College in 1980 and is credited with developing its Department
(73 Ph.D.), San Antonio, was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship
for the 2001-02 academic year. Burr, dean of the University of the
Incarnate Words School of Business, will lecture in Monterrey,
Mexico, on issues related to international trade and e-commerce.
Paul W. Brown,
Houston, was elected president of the board
of directors of Braes Interfaith Ministries. Brown is a manufacturers
representative and volunteer senior arbitrator for the Houston Better