Love the library
While earning her master’s degree in speech-language pathology, Dr. Celia Hooper ’74 MA spent many hours in the study carrels at Jackson Library. That was 20 years before she would return to UNCG to teach in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and 30 years before she would become the founding dean of the School of Health and Human Sciences.
Among Hooper’s colleagues is her former professor in psychology, Dr. Rosemery Gray (right, in photo). “It’s not what you do – it’s who you influence,” says Gray, reflecting on her 46 years at UNCG, during which she has chaired more than 60 dissertations. Gray came to UNCG in 1971 and served as the director of clinical training from 1977 through 2002.