Class of 2016 GAA Scholars
In 2001, the GAA established a $500,000 scholarship endowment that provides the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid a means to help attract the best and brightest students. In 2007, the GAA Board of Directors added $50,000 to the endowment in honor of GAA President Doug Dibbert ’70 and his 25 years of service.
We’d like to introduce the five students from the class of 2016 who were recognized as our newest GAA and Dibbert Scholars.
Alumnus parent: D. Todd Roseman ’81
What activities are you taking part in at Carolina: Honors Carolina, Intramural Sports, Carolina Fever
Professional plans: Graduate school
Why Carolina: I’ve always wanted to go to UNC ever since I was a kid. I could not have gone wrong with the combination of world-renowned academics and the incredible social environment here at Chapel Hill.
Alumna parent: Paula Stewart ’87
What activities are you taking part in at Carolina: Honors Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School Assured Admission Program, UNC Dance Marathon Fundraising Committee, Marketing Club
Professional plans: I am undecided, but I imagine something in business. I am also considering going to law school.
Why Carolina: Where else is there? There’s so much to be involved in and so many opportunities here. The experience is priceless. My mom went to UNC, and she has always considered it her favorite place to be. Now I can see why! The atmosphere is great, the academics are rigorous but rewarding, and there is always something exciting going on. Plus, I have the opportunity to attend one of the nation’s top business schools.