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Alumni briefs: Brice ’03, Lee ’12, Lemmon ’12, Rosenfeld ’13

Tanya Smith Brice, Ph.D. ’03, recently became dean of the School of Education, Health and Human Services at Benedict College in Columbia, S.C. The School includes the following units: Office of Teacher Education; Education, Child and Family Studies Department; Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department; Social Work Department; and the Military Science Program Department.

Grace Lee, MSW ’12, is currently doing full time volunteer/ministry work in China for people with leprosy. “In February of 2013, God gave me the awesome opportunity to start volunteering in the leprosy colonies of China,” wrote Lee. “China has about 600 leprosy colonies with about 240,000, abandoned (mainly elderly) people, who need both physical help and spiritual help.”

Nick Lemmon, MSW ’12, is quoted in an April 22 Daily Tar Heel article on a Chapel Hill Town Council meeting about the cost of living in Chapel Hill. Lemmon works at the UNC Department of Psychiatry.

Cindy Porter Rosenfeld, MSW ’13, presented at Humane Lobby Day on April 4, at Watauga Humane Society in Boone, N.C. She presented information on the Commercial Breeder Bill (HB 930) to the group, which included the Ashe County-Watauga County state representative, Jonathan Jordan.