Dec. 12, 2018
Emily Venturi ’18 and Alice Huang ’16 have been selected for the Schwarzman Scholars program, an elite China-based scholarship modeled after the Rhodes Scholarship and founded by Blackstone co-founder and CEO Stephen A. Schwarzman. Venturi...Read More
Oct. 12, 2018
The GAA recognized a TV writer and playwright, the dean of one of the nation’s top business schools and a Wake County government leader with its Distinguished Young Alumni Awards on Friday. The 2018 recipients...Read More
Kevin Martin ’89 has been chosen by President Bush to chair the Federal Communications Commission. Martin, a former Carolina student body president who has served on the FCC for four years, replaces Michael K. Powell, who retired.
Martin has been a supporter of telecommunications deregulation and has taken a firm stand against indecency in broadcasting.
A political science graduate from UNC who headed the student body in 1988-89, Martin also holds a master’s in public policy analysis from Duke and a law degree from Harvard. He received the GAA’s Distinguished Young Alumni award last fall.
He is one of two alumni on the five-member FCC which includes Michael Copps ’67.