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1. Dean Named CEO Of Nonprofit Alliance -

The board of directors of The Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence has unanimously voted to name Kevin Dean as permanent CEO. Dean has served as the alliance’s interim CEO since February. More than 100 qualified professionals from across the country applied and were considered.

2. Dean Named Permanent CEO Of Nonprofit Alliance -

The board of directors of The Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence has unanimously voted to name Kevin Dean as permanent CEO. Dean has served as the alliance’s interim CEO since February.

3. Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence Adds 4 to Board -

The Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence has added four members to its board of directors.

The new members are Olliette Murry-Drobot, executive director of the Family Safety Center; Kiesha Davis, director of grant-making and capacity building at Memphis Music Initiative; Bonnie Hollabaugh, director of development for Christ Community Health Services; and Pat Mitchell Worley, owner of FanfareCR.

4. Experts: Takata Bankruptcy Means Air Bag Victims Get Less -

DETROIT (AP) – A bankruptcy filing by Japanese air bag maker Takata will leave little money for dozens of people who sued the company over deaths and injuries caused by its exploding air bag inflators, according to outside legal experts and lawyers suing the company.

5. ServiceMaster Endows U of M Anthropology Fellowship -

Memphis-based ServiceMaster Global Holdings Inc. has endowed a design and ethnography fellowship at the University of Memphis with a multiyear, $42,000 grant.

6. Last Word: Lakeland Date Set, Silos in South Main and Trespassing in Apartments -

Here comes the Governor’s race with Randy Boyd doing the honors here in Memphis Wednesday at the top of the second day of his fly-around. Boyd’s opening sounds very much like he is running as the heir apparent to Gov. Bill Haslam – although there are no heirs in politics, at least not without an election. He talked a lot about hitting workforce development and job goals of the Haslam administration if he is elected Governor in 2018.

7. Dean Brings Business Focus to Nonprofit Alliance as Interim CEO -

In 1995 when Nancy McGee became executive director of what is now known as the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, it was just a small grant-writing center. It grew into a holistic nonprofit support organization that offers management services to more than 200 members.

8. Dean to Replace McGee As CEO of Nonprofit Alliance -

Nancy McGee, who has given 25 years of service to the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, is retiring as CEO of the organization, but will remain with the alliance as CEO emeritus through April.

9. McGee Retiring, Dean Named CEO of Nonprofit Alliance -

Nancy McGee, who has given 25 years of service to the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, is retiring as CEO of the organization, but will remain with the alliance as CEO emeritus through April.

10. Last Word: Travel Ban Protest, Other Trump React and Sierra Club Goes To Court -

Grizz over the Nuggets in Denver Wednesday 119-99. The Tigers play USF in Tampa Thursday.

Another big crowd for a Memphis march, the second in less than two weeks including the Memphis Women’s March. The Wednesday march, focused on President Donald Trump’s immigration travel ban order, was smaller than that, but still sizeable and diverse.

11. Nonprofit Alliance CEO Nancy McGee Retiring -

Nancy McGee, who has given 25 years of service to the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, is retiring as CEO of the organization but will remain with the alliance as CEO emeritus through April of this year.

12. Nonprofit Alliance CEO Nancy McGee Retiring -

Nancy McGee, who has given 25 years of service to the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, is retiring as CEO of the organization but will remain with The Alliance as CEO emeritus through April of this year.

13. Sports Bind City -

Maybe it is your spouse’s Christmas party. Or a local business conference and no one else from your company is attending. When you give the room the once-over, it’s full of unfamiliar faces.

14. UTHSC Addiction Center Earns Major Distinction -

The specialized medical center Dr. Daniel Sumrok leads can trace its origin to a question from a friend. Sumrok, who during his previous career as an Army Green Beret patched bullet holes and inflated lungs to save lives, had become keen to help people confront and kick addictions, which can be every bit as life-threatening and ruinous as battlefield trauma. He shared his ideas with a former Army friend, who asked him the obvious question – what was he going to do about it?

15. Suburban Challengers Emerge at Filing Deadline For November Ballot -

Thirteen incumbents in the four suburban municipal elections on the Nov. 8 ballot were effectively re-elected to new terms at the Thursday, Aug. 18, filing deadline for the set of 30 races.

And Chris Denson claimed a seat on the Millington School Board with no opposition for the position incumbent Donald Holsinger is giving up to run for alderman in Millington.

16. Suburban Challengers Emerge at Filing Deadline For November Ballot -

Thirteen incumbents in the four sets of suburban municipal elections on the Nov. 8 ballot were effectively re-elected to new terms at the Thursday, Aug. 18, filing deadline for the set of 30 races.

17. Woods Trains Memphians for 21st-Century Jobs -

Memphis stands at the threshold of incredible possibility. In this series, we introduce innovative Memphians who are driving our city forward and forging its future success.

This fall, Ikea will open a 271,000-square-foot megastore on Germantown Parkway, the first of its kind in Tennessee. It will be full of hard-to-pronounce yet winningly affordable Swedish furniture: things like fyrkantig (candles), riktig ogla (curtain rings), and dagstorp (couches).

18. Last Word: Democrats Settle, Scotty Moore and the Top Cop Search -

Tennessee Democratic Party Chairman Mary Mancini ordered the Shelby County Democratic Party to settle its differences with former local party chairman Bryan Carson Tuesday and accept his offer to repay the party $6,000 at $100 a month..

19. Kevin Dean Leaves Legacy at Literacy Mid-South for ‘New Adventure’ -

After five years of leading the charge for building a stronger community of skilled readers, Thursday, June 30, is Kevin Dean’s last day as executive director of Literacy Mid-South. He leaves behind a legacy of milestones he orchestrated for the nonprofit organization, which aims to provide literary resources to all backgrounds and ages.

20. Literacy Mid-South Executive Director to Step Down -

Kevin Dean will step down as executive director from Literacy Mid-South following a five-year tenure, the nonprofit announced Monday, June 6.

21. Executive Director of Literacy Mid-South Stepping Down -

Kevin Dean will step down as executive director from Literacy Mid-South following a five-year-tenure, the nonprofit announced today.

22. Last Word: The Force Reawakens, Methodist Expands and Setting Up 2016 -

Last Word is a new daily online column that offers an overview of what’s happened at the end of shift, so to speak. Picture a dimly lit newsroom in the Downtown night and the last person in the place leaving a memo for the morning shift and you have a pretty good idea of what we are aiming for.

23. Memphis Literacy Leaders Tout Efforts -

The leaders of three Memphis literacy efforts are working to encourage those with newfound reading skills to write their own stories and build a local literary culture.

Kevin Dean, executive director of Literacy Mid-South, says the literary arts should have a place with music, dance and the visual arts.

24. The Week Ahead: Nov. 2, 2015 -

How was your weekend, Memphis? Here's our first weekly rundown of local happenings you need to know about, from the Indie Memphis Film Festival to Mississippi elections...

If you love the outdoors and good weather, these are the days you’ve been missing. And few things are as “fall” as a fall festival, and the kickoff of Miss Cordelia’s Saturday Market series this weekend seems like one more thing worth adding to the list of things to do in Memphis. There’ll be a growler station, local food and beer sampling, pop-up retail and food specials.

25. Literacy Mid-South Creating Diverse Board and Volunteers -

Just so there is no misunderstanding: If you’re a billionaire living in Memphis, or even a millionaire, and you’d be interested in helping Literacy Mid-South and perhaps being on the board of directors, executive director Kevin Dean would love to sit down with you and have a conversation.

26. Mid-South Book Fest Brings Authors, Readers Together -

Traveling city to city, visiting bookstore after bookstore is how Harrison Scott Key spent the summer marketing his debut novel, “The World’s Largest Man: A Memoir.”

It can be challenging, Key said, to go from store to store, never knowing how many people might actually show up. But that method of marketing shifts to the book festival circuit, which runs roughly from Labor Day through Memorial Day at spots across the U.S., including the second edition of the Mid-South Book Festival, Sept. 9-13, in Memphis.

27. Trezevant Hires Resident Services Head -

Kimberly O’Donnell has joined Trezevant as director of resident services. In her new position, she will be responsible for managing a variety of programs and functions while serving as liaison to the residential community.

28. Special Delivery -

The crowd should begin gathering on the Overton Park greensward around 11 a.m. Saturday, March 21.

And those who don’t bring books with them will find free ones at a Literacy Mid-South tent as well as a pop-up children’s book shop.

29. Haslam Names Candice McQueen New Ed Commissioner -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Gov. Bill Haslam has named a top education official at Lipscomb University to be the next Education Department commissioner.

The Republican governor announced Wednesday that he's chosen Candice McQueen. She will replace Kevin Huffman, who announced last month that he's leaving for the private sector.

30. Authors, Readers Converge for Book Festival -

Earlier this year, interest in the first Mid-South Book Festival, scheduled to take place later this month, began to reach what seemed like a fever pitch, according to Literacy Mid-South executive director Kevin Dean.

31. Training Ground -

You can’t perfectly simulate a real-life disaster. Dr. Joe Holley knows this better than most.

32. Taylor Promoted to Account Supervisor at Red Deluxe -

Kelsey Taylor has been promoted to account supervisor from account manager at Memphis-based advertising agency Red Deluxe. Taylor joined the firm in 2011 and leads the firm’s work for Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C.

33. Book Blitz -

Literacy Mid-South is spending part of this month literally surrounded by books.

The nonprofit, which is promoting the national Read Across America initiative in March, is in the process of collecting some 3,000 books (valued at $48,000) to give away. And in the meantime, those books will need to be somehow stored in the organization’s 1,300-square-foot office.

34. Literacy Mid-South Gears Up for Busy March -

Literacy Mid-South is gearing up for a whirlwind of activity next month.

The national Read Across America event happens in March, and Literacy Mid-South will have special events, book giveaways, author visits and more throughout the month. The literacy organization also will be hosting a month-long “virtual book club” on social media via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

35. Literacy Mid-South to Launch Book Festival -

Literacy Mid-South is preparing to turn the page on 2013 and begin a new year and new chapter in the group’s story.

It has been a transformative year for the group, which tweaked its programming in recent months and relocated into a new home in early December at Playhouse on the Square. And big things already are on the horizon for 2014 – including the group’s first-ever book festival, according to Literacy Mid-South executive director Kevin Dean.

36. Literacy Mid-South Moving to Playhouse on the Square -

Literacy Mid-South is moving to Playhouse on the Square effective Dec. 1, leaving its transitional space at United Methodist Neighborhood Centers.

The literacy organization will be housed on the fifth floor at Playhouse, which will be its new home after five months in a temporary space in search of something more permanent. The group’s executive director, Kevin Dean, sent out notice of the move earlier this week and said the group looks forward to “new collaboration potential with our office mates,” such as Project Green Fork, Indie Memphis and others.

37. Literacy Mid-South Moving to Playhouse on the Square -

Literacy Mid-South is moving to Playhouse on the Square effective Dec. 1, leaving its transitional space at United Methodist Neighborhood Centers.

The literacy organization will be housed on the fifth floor at Playhouse, which will be its new home after five months in a temporary space in search of something more permanent. The group’s executive director, Kevin Dean, sent out notice of the move earlier this week and said the group looks forward to “new collaboration potential with our office mates,” such as Project Green Fork, Indie Memphis and others.

38. Nonprofit Alliance Retools Logo, Website, Message -

About this time last year, CEO Nancy McGee of the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence decided to evaluate the organization’s internal and external messaging.

39. Advisory Board to Examine Community Health Needs -

Dr. David Stern, executive dean of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine, has launched a unique effort to address community health needs in Memphis.

“It’s my belief that a medical school has a very unique opportunity to interact with the community,” Stern said. “I consider our community to be a very important laboratory – it is an underserved, minority community that is in ill health. The biggest contribution we can make is to move the needle on overall community health and to develop new methods that we can apply to other communities like Memphis.”

40. Love of Public Service Drives Caldwell to Law School Role -

In 2008, the Tennessee Supreme Court laid out a strategic plan to get attorneys more involved in pro bono work.

Though it isn’t required of the state’s professionals, there is an inspirational goal of 50 hours per year of public service that is heavily encouraged by the justices.

41. Changes Coming to Literacy Mid-South -

Major changes are on the way to Literacy Mid-South, which has been helping adults and young adults learn to read for nearly four decades.

During a breakfast announcement at Bryan Campus Life Center at Rhodes College, Literacy Mid-South leaders announced eight of the most significant developments in the program’s 40-year history.

42. Social Suds Brings Services to Soulsville -

With a bubble machine on the roof, the new South Memphis Alliance laundromat and resource center opened Wednesday, April 3, at 1044 S. Bellevue Blvd.

43. Lawmakers to Resume Education Focus in New Session -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Legislation that would allow parents to decide the fate of a struggling school is among several education-related proposals lawmakers are likely to discuss during the 108th Tennessee General Assembly that convenes Tuesday.

44. Big Changes Help Stabilize Literacy Mid-South -

For the last year and a half, bookkeeping has been on Kevin Dean’s mind as much as books.

The executive director of Literacy Mid-South said that sweeping changes announced for 2013 will increase the organization’s foot print while stabilizing its finances.

45. Donor Offers Challenge Grant to Literacy Mid-South -

An anonymous donor has agreed to provide $100,000 to Literacy Mid-South if the organization can raise a matching $100,000 from donors.

The group’s executive director Kevin Dean said the grant would allow it to double the number of students served each year.

46. Literacy Mid-South Seeks New Volunteers -

Literacy Mid-South is in dire need of volunteers to accommodate the influx of adult students who’ve responded to the organization’s outreach efforts.

The mission of the nonprofit, based at 902 S. Cooper St., is to maximize the impact of child and adult literacy and learning through advocacy, research, family literacy workshops and resource development.

47. Fit for a King -

Each August, thousands of Elvis Presley fans make their annual pilgrimage to Graceland to pay homage to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

But this year – being the 35th anniversary of Presley’s death and the 30th anniversary of Graceland being open to the public – will be one for the record books.

48. Seven Apply to be Criminal Court Judge -

Seven Memphis attorneys — four prosecutors from the Shelby County District Attorney General’s office, two federal prosecutors and a corporate general counsel – have applied to be the new judge of Shelby County Criminal Court Division 6.

49. Literacy Mid-South’s Dean Appointed to State Coalition -

Kevin Dean, executive director of Literacy Mid-South, has been appointed to the Tennessee Literacy Coalition’s board of directors. The board unanimously approved Dean’s nomination, and he will serve as a representative from West Tennessee for three years.

50. Memphis Law Alum Kidd Gets Admin Post -

In relatively short order, Jamie Kidd went from being a student at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law to working there.

51. Law Career Event Planned for U of M -

Students from area high schools, colleges and youth organizations will get an opportunity to learn about the legal profession from a diverse group of professionals April 24 at “Legal Careers Forum: The ABCs – Advocates, Barristers and Counselors.”

52. Bee Raises Funds for Literacy -

Literacy Mid-South Thursday, April 12, will host its 2012 Corporate Spelling Bee from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Goldsmith Room at Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Road.

53. Literacy Focus of Memphis Campaign -

Memphian Beverly Fletcher was a grandmother before her family and friends became aware she couldn’t read.

54. Org Asks What Memphis is Reading -

Literacy Mid-South has kicked off a Twitter campaign to get Memphians talking about their favorite books.

“What are you reading, Memphis?” encourages people to tweet about books they’re reading, using the hashtag #ReadMemphis.

55. Literacy Mid-South Receives $200K -

The Plough Foundation has awarded Literacy Mid-South a $200,000 grant to help update its Adult Learning Program and re-establish the Smart Memphis Coalition, a literacy outreach program that provides training and technical assistance to more than 100 literacy organizations in the Greater Memphis area.

56. Tenn. Ed Commissioner Appoints Two Officials -

Tennessee Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman has appointed two state education officials, effective Jan. 1.

57. U of M Law Adds Flexibility Into Curriculum -

The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law has approved changes to the school’s curriculum that go into effect next year and reflect the changing nature of the legal profession.

Starting with the class that enters in the fall of 2012, students will have more flexibility in classes they take earlier in their education.

58. Obama, GOP Trumpet Jobs Plans in Silicon Valley -

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) – The debate over how to create jobs has moved to Silicon Valley, where the president and Republican leaders were each taking to the Internet to trumpet their agendas and win over young voters.

59. Dean Motivated to Make Memphis a Better Place -

As the new executive director at Literacy Mid-South, Kevin Dean is continuing a mission he started 10 years ago that has been the theme of every job he has held – eliminating poverty.

60. Literacy Mid-South Aims to Combat Local Illiteracy -

Literacy Mid-South executive director Kevin Dean and his staff stay busy spreading the word about the identity and mission of the nonprofit organization, the result of a merger last year between Memphis Literacy Council and Mid-South Reads.

61. New Law Scholarship Honors Dr. Hooks -

Corey Strong, a graduate of White Station High School and the U.S. Naval Academy who recently returned home to Memphis from a tour of duty in Afghanistan, is the first recipient of a new college scholarship in honor of the late civil rights pioneer Benjamin L. Hooks.

62. U of M Law Professor Receives Scholarship Award -

University of Memphis law professor Barbara Kritchevsky received the Farris Bobango Faculty Scholarship Award during the university’s Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law graduation ceremony.

Kritchevsky, the inaugural recipient of the award, is director of advocacy and Cecil C. Humphreys Professor of Law at the school.

63. Events -

The Institute of Real Estate Management Memphis Chapter will join the Apartment Association of Greater Memphis for a meeting Tuesday, May 24, at noon at the Holiday Inn University of Memphis, 3700 Central Ave. For reservations, email irem20@bellsouth.net.

64. Events -

Indie Memphis will present its Dance Film Series Monday through Wednesday at the Evergreen Theatre, 1705 Poplar Ave. “William Shatner’s Gonzo Ballet” will make its Memphis premiere Wednesday at 7 p.m. Other films include “Rumba,” playing Monday at 7 p.m. and “NY Export: Opus Jazz” Tuesday at 7 p.m. Award-winning short films will precede the three features. For more information, visit www.indiememphis.com.

65. Events -

The Memphis Lawyers’ Chapter and University of Memphis Law Student Chapter of the Federalist Society will present a panel discussion on attorney general selection in Tennessee Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Wade Auditorium at the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, 1 N. Front St. Panelists will include state Sen. Mark Norris and attorneys W.J. Michael Cody and J. Ammon Smartt. U of M Law School Dean Kevin H. Smith will moderate. The event is free and open to the public and worth one continuing legal education credit. To register, contact Greg Grisham at 312-9413 or greg.grisham@leitnerfirm.com.

66. Nonprofits, Biz Use QR Codes to Raise Money, Awareness -

Local businesses and nonprofit organizations are using quick response codes to make information retrieval easier than ever.

Made popular in Japan by Toyota in the 1990s, QR codes are making a splash in the Bluff City by bringing consumers with smart phones one step closer to businesses seeking to offer their services. Users can download a free QR code-scanning application, such as QuickMark or NeoReader, for their iPhone, Android or other brand of smart phone. Then, the phone’s camera scans the code, taking the user straight to a link – no typing or searching required.

67. Hope House Opens Doors to Share Message -

A daycare that serves young children and their families affected by HIV and AIDS will open its doors to the public Friday for a Holiday Open House and Donation Drop-Off.

From 9 a.m. to noon, the public is invited to drop by Hope House, 15 S. Idlewild St., to tour the facility, meet the children and staff, enjoy refreshments and listen to carolers.

68. Attorneys Bring ‘Wealth of Experience’ to Classroom -

With a collective 126 years of working legal knowledge among them, three of the top lawyers in the city are pleased to be sharing their experiences with students at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.

69. Kennedy Gives Back to U of M School of Law -

When it comes to his inspiration for entering the legal profession, David S. Kennedy, chief judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Tennessee, gives a nod to his father and to Atticus Finch, Harper Lee’s stalwart symbol of fairness for a generation in her novel “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

70. Frustrated Station Owners Want BP Help -

Tension is mounting between BP and the neighborhood retailers that sell its gasoline.

As more Americans shun BP gasoline as a form of protest over the Gulf oil spill, station owners are insisting BP do more to help them convince motorists that such boycotts mostly hurt independently owned businesses, not the British oil giant.

71. Flintco Cos. Names Clawson Marketing Coordinator -

Beth Clawson has been named marketing coordinator for the Memphis office of The Flintco Cos. Inc. Clawson joined Flintco after serving as director of the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk in Memphis.

72. GreenScape Promotes Colvett to President -

Frank Colvett Jr. has been promoted to president of GreenScape Inc.

Colvett previously was executive vice president and corporate treasurer. He has been with GreenScape since 1992 and also has served the company in various capacities including project manager, estimator and vice president of marketing. His civic and community activities include serving as treasurer of the Tennessee Republican Party, and as a member of St. George’s Episcopal Church and the University Club of Memphis.

73. Rardin Connects Afghan Lawyers With W&L Law School -

Shelby County Assistant District Attorney Kevin Rardin spoke Wednesday in Lexington, Va., at his alma mater, Washington and Lee University School of Law. Rardin’s speech, “Afghanistan and Rule of Law,” was sponsored by the Middle East and North Africa Law Society.

74. Much Care, Work Goes Into Law School Transformation -

As the new University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law has come to fruition this winter, it has been difficult not to feel the presence of the building’s former lives.

But none of those lives has remained completely intact in a series of renovations since its 1884 debut as the U.S. Customs House.

75. Night Law Program Finds Success In Nashville -

An adult with a family who works full-time may consider attending law school at some point after passing the so-called “typical” college age.

However, law schools are one of the few branches of higher education that typically do not offer night courses. Few law schools offer night law classes in Tennessee and nationwide, leaving many adults trying to decide if they should put their lives on hold to dedicate themselves to a full-time day program.

76. Law School Ready For Downtown Move -

The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law will reach a huge milestone Jan. 11 at 8 a.m. when it opens for classes at its new location Downtown inside the former U.S. Customs House and Post Office at 1 N. Front St.

77. Local Musicians, Artists Soon Will Have Legal Outlet -

Musicians and artists in the Memphis area are now able to seek legal help through a new partnership among the Memphis Music Foundation, ArtsMemphis, Memphis Area Legal Services Inc. and others.

78. Innova to Invest in Student Business Projects -

Innova Memphis Inc. will invest $12,500 in seed money to each of the companies launched by four students selected for a new “Entrepreneur MBA” program at the University of Memphis.

79. For Kritchevsky, Advocacy Role A Goal Fulfilled -

Barbara Kritchevsky will begin the new school year as the director of advocacy for the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, a position she long has hoped to see created as the competition in that area grows among U.S. law schools.

80. Fentress Joins Harris Shelton -

Susan Fentress has joined the Downtown offices of Harris Shelton Hanover Walsh PLLC. Fentress concentrates her practice in the areas of intellectual property and biosciences.

81. Smith Chosen as Dean For U of M Law School -

Dr. Kevin Smith has been appointed dean at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, according to an e-mail Monday from University of Memphis Provost Dr. Ralph Faudree.

82. U of M Close to Choosing New Law Dean -

Nearly 30 law schools across the country currently have open dean positions, including the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.

83. Locals Awarded Cy Pres Funds -

Memphis Area Legal Services, the University of Memphis’ Cecil C.Humphreys School of Law and the Shelby County Drug Court have been named beneficiaries of a $305,000 legal settlement.

Circuit Court Judge Donna Fields recently ruled that unused funds from a class action settlement will be distributed among the three law-related entities.

84. Hottel Appointed Dean At UT College of Dentistry -

Dr. Timothy L. Hottel has been appointed dean for the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry.

Hottel currently serves as executive associate dean and chief financial officer, associate dean for academic and financial affairs, division chief for primary care, professor in the Department of Prosthodontics, and interim chair of the Department of Cariology and Restorative Dentistry at Nova Southeastern University in Ford Lauderdale, Fla.

85. Bar Internship Introduces Law To Students -

The courtroom where the Tennessee Supreme Court convenes when it is in Memphis was packed earlier this month. And to some on that warm late spring morning, the crowd seemed a bit young.

Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton Jr. even mistook a few practicing attorneys as part of the group of 100 teenagers who are part of the Memphis Bar Association’s 2008 Summer Law Intern Program. The MBA’s Diversity Committee started the initiative a year ago to interest minority students in exploring careers in the law.

86. Anticipation Builds for New Law School -

It's difficult to know for now what to call the brass, marble and stone building Downtown that stands at the end of Madison Avenue.

In about a year and a half it will be the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law for the University of Memphis. It was the Front Street Post Office for nearly 40 years until the law school renovation began recently. And before that it was the federal courthouse for the Western District of Tennessee.

87. Frey Named Alpha Eta Society National President -

Dr. William R. Frey recently was selected as the national president of the Alpha Eta Society, the largest scholastic honor for allied health professionals. The organization has more than 60 chapters throughout the U.S.

88. Tutor Receives Transplant Nursing Excellence Award -

Dr. Ruth Tutor has received the 2007 Transplant Nursing Excellence Award from the International Transplant Nurses Society. Tutor is a Critical Care/Transplant Advance Practice Nurse at Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute. She has worked with transplant patients since 1985. She joined the nursing staff at the Transplant Institute in 2004.

89. Goldstein Named MAAR Associate of the Year -

Crye-Leike Realtors associate Pat Goldstein has been awarded the 2006 Realtor Associate of the Year Award by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors. Goldstein has worked as an agent for 23 years and specializes in residential, relocation, first-time homebuyers and new home real estate sales.

90. Bethel Named New VP Of COMEC Board -

Greg Bethel has been named vice president of the board of directors of the Commission on Missing & Exploited Children (COMEC). Bethel is the director of human resources for the Jackson-Madison County School System in Jackson, Tenn. He's been on the board of directors for two years.

91. Events -

The Center City Commission Board of Directors meets Tuesday at noon in the CCC conference room, 114 N. Main St. Call 575-0540 for details.

Talk Shoppe presents "How to Structure Your Bank Financing For the Best Cash Flow and Profit" Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South, 3693 Tyndale St. Janice Ray, registered representative and agent at First Tennessee Bank, is the guest speaker. Call Talk Shoppe sponsor Jo Garner at 759-7808 for more information.

92. Events -

National Seminars Training presents "HR Resources For The New HR Professional" Monday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel, 5069 Sanderlin Ave. Cost is $199. For more information, call 800-258-7246 or visit www.nationalseminars-training.com.

93. Joined at the Hip -

Ashley Harper spent her first year and a half as program director of Hands On Memphis pretty much alone.

She coordinated volunteer activities, mentoring sessions and annual events from the organization's headquarters at 174 Williford St. near Overton Park.

94. Store Owner Carves Niche With Flair for Fashion, Sales -

James Davis III has been a salesman of sorts since he was 6 or 7 years old.

His father, James Davis Jr., who managed a Kroger Grocery store's bakery, used to bring pastries and cakes home, and it was Davis' "job" to stay home and sell the goodies to people from the neighborhood.

95. Carmony Named Newcomer of the Year -

Brad Carmony has been named Newcomer of the Year in the 2006 MPACT Maker Awards. The award recognizes individuals who have lived in Memphis for a short time, but who have made significant contributions to the community. Carmony is the public relations manager at inferno. He also serves on the regional advisory board of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association of Tennessee, the Exchange Club Family Center's Gala Committee and as a member of the Shelby County Humane Society's Pet Set organization.

96. Mud Island Area Gets Traffic Help in a Roundabout Way -

Mud Island residents could be going in circles by early May, as Dixieland Contractors continues building the $750,000 Mud Island roundabout at the intersection of Auction Street and Island Drive.

A roundabout is a type of road junction in which traffic travels in a circle around a central point. Drivers entering a roundabout have to yield to traffic that's already within the loop. The Mud Island Roundabout will be 120 feet in diameter and have two lanes circling a landscaped, two-tiered center.

97. Memphis Theological Seminary Installs New Dean -

The board of trustees of Memphis Theological Seminary installed Dr. Barbara A. Holmes as vice president of academic affairs/dean of the seminary. Holmes joined MTS as a faculty member in the ethics and African-American religious studies programs in 1998. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut and a master's degree from Southern Connecticut University.

98. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Rotary Club Presents Public Servant Awards

Rotary Club Names Public Servant Award Winners

The Rotary Club of Memphis East selected Shelby County District Attorney Bill Gibbons and chief administrative officer of the Shelby County Registers Off...

99. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Timm Locke, president of Locke Marketing Public Relations, was named new executive vice president of NOFMA: The Wood Flooring

Askew Appointed to AIA Fellows Jury

Lee Askew III, partner and founder of Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects, was appoin...

100. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Sheriffs Office Graduates Reserve Deputies

Sheriffs Office Graduates Reserve Deputies The Shelby County Sheriffs Office graduated the following reserve deputies, who received training through the Memphis Police Department Training Academy between...