Black & Gold Gala 2015 — Professional Achievement Award
The Burnett Honors College

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The Burnett Honors College Dean Alvin Wang presented the college’s 2015 Professional Achievement Award to Susan Rozelle, ’94.
Susan D. Rozelle, ’94, J.D. | Associate Dean for Faculty and Professor of Law,
Stetson University College of Law

The UCF Alumni Association and The Burnett Honors College presented their 2015 Professional Achievement Award to Susan Rozelle at the annual Black & Gold Gala on Oct. 22.

After teaching at Capital University, Seattle University, and the University of Oregon, Susan joined the faculty at Stetson University in 2009. Her primary research interests are in the areas of criminal responsibility and death qualification.

She’s presented at scholarly conferences across the country, from Georgetown University Law Center to the University of California at Berkeley. She’s also been a legal commentator in the popular press, appearing on ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX evening news, as well as on NPR and FOX News Radio.

Susan comes from a family of Knights, which includes her late father, Samuel Gross, ’89, and brother, Alan Gross, ’91. She graduated summa cum laude from UCF with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy.

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College of Health and Public Affairs Dean Michael Frumkin (left) presents the college's 2014 Professional Achievement Award to Lt. Jean-Marc Chanoine, '07. (PHOTO: Brandon Chestnut)
College of Health and Public Affairs Dean Michael Frumkin (left) presents the college’s 2014 Professional Achievement Award to
Lt. Jean-Marc Chanoine, ’07.
(PHOTO: Brandon Chestnut)
Lt. Jean-Marc Chanoine, J.D., ’07 | Navy Judge Advocate Corps, U.S. Navy

Professional Achievement Award 2014

Growing up, Lt. Jean-Marc Chanoine was often described as argumentative, and, as the son of an attorney, he seemed to have been destined to study law. His current role as staff judge advocate for the Naval Nuclear Training Command, however, proves that his career extended well beyond law. Chanoine proudly wears his nation’s armed forces uniform while fulfilling his responsibilities in Charleston, S.C.

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Know When to Hold ’em…

Legal Knights & Friends Alumni Chapter hosts annual Casino Knight

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UCF alumni and friends from the Central Florida legal community mingled at Ember in downtown Orlando for a fun night of blackjack, craps, roulette and poker at the Legal Knights & Friends Alumni Chapter‘s annual Casino Knight on Oct. 29.

Beginners and high rollers alike enjoyed fine wines, craft beers and hors d’oeuvres, while pressing their luck with the house.

Proceeds from the event will benefit scholarships for students in pre-law programs.

“Since this organization started, we’ve always focused ourselves on providing UCF students aspiring to go to or are already in law school with something many different lawyers in our local community didn’t have while in school: Perspective and the opportunity to help fund the start of their careers,” says Mike Mendez, ’04, immediate past chair of the Legal Knights & Friends Alumni Chapter. “I’ve met all of the recipients of the scholarships we’ve awarded throughout the years, and there’s no better feeling than seeing the difference we’ve made for these hard-working students.”

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