Baylor Honors Four Graduates With 2005 Distinguished Alumni Award

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(L to R) - A.T. ?Gus? Blackshear Jr., Dr. Ray Perryman, Dr. Sally B. Kilgore and Dr. John M. Lilley.
Jan. 22, 2005

by Judy H. Prather

Four notable Baylor University graduates received the Baylor Alumni Association's Distinguished Alumni Award -- the highest honor given to members of the Baylor University family -- during a gala banquet Jan. 21 on the Baylor campus.

This year's recipients were: A.T. "Gus" Blackshear Jr., partner and retired chair of the Houston law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski LLP; Dr. Sally B. Kilgore, president and CEO of the Modern Red SchoolHouse Institute, a non-profit organization based in Nashville, Tenn.; Dr. John M. Lilley, president of the University of Nevada, Reno; and Dr. Ray Perryman, a Nobel Prize-nominee widely regarded as one of the world's most influential and innovative economists.

Click here for biographical information on the 2005 Baylor Distinguished Alumni.

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