COLLEGES HONOR 11 AT HOMECOMING 2001
BYU awarded 11 honorary college alumni awards at Homecoming 2001.
The College of Biology and Agriculture honored Rella Parisi, '86, the director and cofounder of Clinical Research Associates in Provo.
Patti Harrington, '75, superintendent of the Provo City School District, received her award from the David O. McKay School of Education.
Mysore L. Nagaraja, '69, was selected by the College of Engineering and Technology. He is managing the rebuilding of the infrastructure of New York City subway and bus systems.
The College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences picked Brenton G. Yorgason, '70, an educator, author, and speaker.
Artist Gary E. Smith, '70, of Highland, Utah, was honored by the College of Fine Arts and Communications.
Glenn R. Potter, '76, associate dean of the College of Education at Boise State University and former BYU head basketball coach, received his award from the College of Health and Human Performance.
Writer and speaker Ester Johnson Rasband, '73, was the College of Humanities' designated honoree.
David O. Nuffer, '75, a U.S. magistrate judge, was honored by the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
Reed N. Dame, '69, president and CEO of Woodgrain Millwork, was chosen by the Marriott School of Management.
Eileen Cannon Healy, '78, who has cared for pediatric patients at all levels of acuity following surgery, was honored by the College of Nursing.
David H. Bailey, '72, who helped develop one of the 10 "algorithms of the century," was honored by the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.