Carson H. Barnes, Jr. (M.Ed. ’59) received his J.D. from William & Mary Law in 1975. He played varsity baseball and football at Randolph Macon College and played six years semi-pro baseball in the Eastern Shore League. He began his career in the field of education as a teacher of history and government and was a football and baseball coach at Parksley High School from 1952 until 1954. He served as Ferrum College’s assistant dean, professor of history, and football coach from 1956-1959. (more…)
Class Notes Submitted in January, 2013
Anne Constant (M.Ed. ’72, Ed.D ’79 English Ed) says, “I took a different path from my classmates at U.Va. and used my Ed.D. as a management consultant. It was excellent training for conveying information and skills in a business environment, including sales force training and major account selling. I retired from Ernst & Young and fulfilled a dream of opening my own fitness center for women, where I teach classes and manage a center that supports women in attaining a health lifestyle–both inside and out!” Facebook.com/FallsChurchJazzercise
Anne Constant's Curry Memory
“I especially loved working with the student teachers in our seminars and videotaping them/discussing their classes afterward. Questioning technique was the most interesting part of learning how to teach socratically.”
John Deupree (M.Ed. ’71) I worked at U.Va. from 1968 until 1972. I was a research administrator for one year and the rest of the time I worked for the School of General Studies. From 1972 until 1985, I worked as the Registrar at Rider College in Lawrenceville, NJ. From there I worked as registrar at Texas Christian University and then Western Carolina University. I at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College until I retired in 1995, officially from Western Carolina University. After that I had a several part-time positions and finally worked as an ESL teacher from 2001 to 2012. I worked at AB-Tech, Blue Ridge Community College, and finally at Durham Tech Community College.
Claude (Bud) Mayo (M.Ed. ’75) retired from Fairfax County, Virginia, Public Schools in 2010 after forty years of service as an administrator, coach, counselor, and teacher. He is currently director of Virginia’s oldest test preparation program, The Hunt Course. He serves on the board of directors of the Virginia State Society and teaches as an adjunct instructor at the Northern Virginia Center of the University of Virginia.
Claude (Bud) Mayo's Curry Memory
“Going to Graves Mountain Lodge to celebrate the conclusion of our summer program.”
Charles Temple (M.A. ’76, Ph.D. 78 C&I) has just completed 30 years teaching at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. He is enjoying teaching and traveling overseas (mostly Africa these days) as a volunteer on literacy projects for CODE Canada and the Open Society Institute. “Pearson has me working on two or three book revisions every year.”
Charles Temple's Curry Memory
“I’m very grateful to Ed Henderson, Tom Estes, Ron Comfort, Jerry Moore, Peter Hacket, Herb Richards, and other great profs I had back in the day–and also to my wonderful fellow students for inspiration that has continued over the years.”