Angus M. McBryde Jr. ’59 has received distinguished alumnus recognition from Duke Medical Alumni Association for his career in sports medicine, specializing in foot and ankle injuries.
A. Ward McKeithen ’60 has received the N.C. Bar Association’s Litigation Section Advocate’s Award in recognition of high ethical standards and a commitment to service in a successful career.
Charlie Sasser, M.D. ’63 was one of five physicians nationally to receive the 2013 Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Physician Award, as well as a $25,000 award, in recognition of his pioneering work in palliative care.
Janet Ward Black ’82 has received the North Carolina Advocates for Justice’s Thurgood Marshall Award in recognition of “extraordinary and selfless service to the people of North Carolina.” Black also was recently named a 2013 Citizen Lawyer by the North Carolina Bar Association.
Craig White ’82 of Davidson Family Medicine has been named to Charlotte Magazine’s Top Doctors List, as well as being listed in the 2013 edition of Best Doctors in America.
John Stanback ’83, deputy director for Program Research for Strengthening Services (PROGRESS) at the nonprofit human development organization FHI 360, received the Marjorie C. Horne Operations Research Award from the U.S. Agency for International Development for his groundbreaking global work in family planning.
Nat May ’95, executive director of SPACE Gallery in Portland, Maine, has been named to MaineToday Media’s Forty Under 40 list “for his support of contemporary art, artists, and ideas from all over the country.”
P.K. Patel ’04 has received the Charlotte Business Journal’s inaugural CIO Award in the small-to-midsized nonprofit category for his work with his Children and Family Services organization.