Norfolk State Honors Distinguished Alumni for 2016
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
(NSU Newsroom—April 6, 2016)—Norfolk State University will honor
five of its alumni at the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner scheduled for
7 p.m., Friday, May 6, in the Student Center, Room 149. These five graduates
demonstrate exemplary leadership and personify the mission and goals of the
Darrell Whiting Jr. ’09, a deputy branch chief for the
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and a Military Intelligence Officer in the
United States Army Reserves.
Willie L. Brown ’79,
chairman of the Deacon Board and member of Mount Gilead Baptist Church in
Norfolk, Virginia. He is a past member of the NSU Board of Visitors and current
member of the NSU Foundation Board.
Estherine J. Harding ’74,
served Norfolk State University for 32 years in Financial Aid Administration.
Before her retirement, Harding who was director of the Office of Financial Aid
for 11 years.
Dr. Carl W. Haywood (B.S.
’71), chair of Norfolk State University’s Visual and Performing Arts
Department, director of Choral Activities and professor of music. He is
regarded as one of the premier choral conductors in the country.
Marty L. Miller ’69, athletics
director at Norfolk State University. He is the winningest baseball coach in
CIAA history, having led the Spartans to a 584-374-3 record.
Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner includes a reception at 6 p.m., followed by
dinner at 7. The cost is $50 per person and tickets can be purchased at
www.nsu.edu/givenow. For more information, contact the NSU Office of Alumni
Relations at (757) 823-8135.