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      Eric Bringley

      Eric Bringley, (class of 2012) believes the best way he can change the world is through science. The senior in the South Carolina Honors College will take another step toward that goal next fall in the U.K. after being awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship –one of the world’s most prestigious international scholarships. Bringley will pursue a doctorate in chemical engineering focused in theoretical chemistry and stochastic modeling at the University of Cambridge.

        

      BurksJune2015

      Brigadier Jay Burks - Brig. Gen. James J. “Jay” Burks is the Director, Manpower, Personnel and Resources, and Chief of the Medical Service Corps, Office of the Air Force Surgeon General, Falls Church, Virginia.  As Director of Manpower, Personnel and Resources, he advises the Air Force Surgeon General on all aspects of planning, programming, budgeting, and execution for a $42 billion Defense Health Program portfolio, and a $6.2 billion annual budget supporting 2.6 million patients and 75 military treatment facilities worldwide.  He is also responsible for personnel policy, force development and staffing requirements for 43,000 active-duty officer, enlisted and civilian personnel and is responsible for all Air Force medical education and training worldwide.  As the Medical Service Corps Chief, General Burks is the senior healthcare administrator in the Air Force and responsible for accessions, development and management of 960 healthcare administrative professionals in the corps.

       

       

      Jessica

      Jessica Eddins, (Class of 1997)  who represented North Charleston, wore the crown of Miss South Carolina 2003.

       

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      Leeza Kim Gibbons (Class of 1975) is an American talk show host. She is best known as a correspondent and co-host for Entertainment Tonight (1984–2000) as well as for having her own syndicated daytime talk show, Leeza (1993–2000). In 2013, her book 'Take 2' became a New York Times bestseller and she won the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Host in a Lifestyle or Travel program for the PBS show, 'My Generation'. On February 16, 2015, Leeza was named the winner of Celebrity Apprentice, having raised $714,000 for her charity Leeza's Care Connection (Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeza_Gibbons)

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