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Table of Contents


02 Board of Trustees 2002-2003
03 A Letter from the President
04 UVI Events
05 Accomplishments of the Past Year
08 UVI History
0 9 Donor Profile Donald Nelthropp
1 0 UVI Enrollment
1 1 A Letter from the Director of Annual Giving and Major Gifts
1 2 Summary of Gifts 2001-2002
1 3 Donor List 2001-2002
1 6 Summary of Gifts 2002-2003
1 7 Donor List 2002-2003
20 UVI Aquaponics: Techniques to Help Feed the World
2 1 Grant Activity
2 2 Grant Review
2 3 Financial Report 2002
25 President's Cabinet


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The University of the Virgin Islands is a higher education institution in the
process of transformation to a multi-dimensional educational organization,
solidly linked to the V.I. community and the rest of the Caribbean region, and
is committed to demonstrating excellence in collaboration and service. The
entire UVI family board, faculty, students, staff and alumni is engaged in
new initiatives that will support the University in its objectives to facilitate the
social and economic development of the U.S. Virgin Islands. This annual
report is a glimpse into the academic year 2002-2003 through our educa-
tional activities and accomplishments, community linkages, financial status,
development successes, and the impacts of alumni, faculty and students. We
gratefully acknowledge the support of our donors and partners who have
helped to make this small institution have a great impact. The dedicated board, faculty and staff of UVI
are all to be commended for their ideas, energy and time devoted towards fulfilling the vision and mis-
sion of the University. It has become increasingly clear to us that we must continue to "specialize in
futures" in order to ensure the long-term health and wealth of this community. We hope you will enjoy
this synopsis and understand the pride that we feel about our alma mater by the sea.






LaVerne E. Ragster, Ph.D.
President
University of the Virgin Islands
www.uvi.edu


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UVI Events


Clockwise from Top Left: UVI students participate
in Carnival festivities; UVI Paradise Jam basketball
tournament; the inauguration of UVI President,
Dr. LaVerne E. Ragster, on March 16, 2003.


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Accomplishments


2002/03


* The University's accreditation was reaffirmed by the
Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The
Commission acted to accept the Periodic Review Report sub-
mitted by the University and to commend the institution for the
quality of the report. The next evaluation visit is scheduled for
2006-2007.

* The University of the Virgin Islands Science and
Mathematics Division has begun a program to inspire sixth-
grade girls about mathematics. The GEMS (Girls Exploring
Math Stuff) program is supported by a grant from the
Mathematical Association of
America's Tensor Foundation.
UVI mathematics professors
Dr. Rosalie Dance and Dr.
i. Camille McKayle are the
principal investigators for
the grant. Drs. Dance and
McKayle say they proposed the project, which will provide
a supportive learning environment for 20 sixth-grade girls,
because certain minority groups and women are under-
represented in mathematics. They aim to foster and enhance
confidence and excitement about math in girls
and their families, which will encourage girls to
be persistent about their interest in math. "We
want to have a lot of mathematics fun," Dance
says. "We want these girls to view mathematics
as not only an intellectual challenge, but some-
thing that is within their reach, that is worth
their time and effort."


The America's
Small Business
Development
Centers award-
ed accreditation
status to the UVI
Small Business
Development Center (SBDC) with high marks for successfully
creating an environment that fosters its programs in concert
with the U.S. Small Business Administration and UVI/SBDC
objectives.

* The National League for Nursing (NLN) Accrediting
Commission, Inc., has notified the University that the Bachelor
of Nursing degree program in the Nursing Division has been
reaccredited through 2007 with no conditions.

* Students enrolled in the UVI Workforce and Economic
Development Institute (WEDI) program in hospitality and
information technology were awarded certificates of comple-
tion. Several entered internships while others were offered
permanent positions

During November 2002, UVI hosted National
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Awareness Days on St. Thomas and St. Croix.
Over a three-day period approximately 1,500
to 2,000 students were exposed to NASA astro-
nauts, astrophysicists, and information about
career opportunities and science in space.


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* The University of the Virgin Islands has entered into an
exchange agreement with Universidad Internacional The
Center for Bilingual Multicultural Studies (UNINTER) in
Cuernavaca, Mexico. The agreement provides for UVI
students to spend one summer or one semester studying
in Mexico, and for students at UNINTER to study at UVI
beginning with the Fall 2003 semester. Dr. Gwen-Marie
Moolenaar, Provost of UVI, explained that UVI continues
to seek opportunities that broaden the educational expe-
riences of its students. "Exchanges that allow students to
experience different cultures and perspectives contribute
to this goal," she said. While UVI has several agreements
through which faculty and students are exchanged with
mainland or regional institutions, Moolenaar said, the
agreement with UNINTER is the first such exchange
agreement with a foreign institution outside of the region.

* The Social Sciences Division sponsored a lecture by the
first Black forensic psychologist in the United States. Dr.
Edward E. Johnson, from the Robert Wood Johnson
Medical School at the University of Medicine and
Dentistry of New Jersey, grew up
on St. Croix and is committed to
encouraging minority youth to
enter the field of forensic psychol-
ogy. Members of legal and public
safety communities were invited to
his lecture on Forensic Psychology
in June 2003. That lecture provid-
ed an overview of the field and the
profession.


* The Women's Business Center, in conjunction with UVI
and the Territory's School to Career initiative, once again
supported a two-week residential Entrepreneurial Camp
for 24 girls from ages 13 through 17 on the St. Croix
campus. The camp counselors were UVI students. At the
conclusion of the camp, the young women presented the
business plans they had developed at the camp to local
business leaders.

* The UVI St. Croix campus Nursing Division is initiating a
Future Nurse program in conjunction with the public schools
that is aimed at increasing enrollment in nursing studies.
This program will target middle school students by bringing
them to campus for various activities and exposing them to
speakers focusing on nursing as a career choice.

* The fifth in a series of Distinguished Lectures sponsored
by the UVI Social Sciences Division was held April 10
on St. Thomas and April 11 on St. Croix. Dr. Jean S.
Holder, Secretary General of the Caribbean Tourism
Organization, spoke on "The State of Tourism in the
Caribbean Subsequent to 9/11."
The combined attendance totaled
over 200 and consisted of UVI
students and faculty (including
Professor Emeritus The Honorable
Governor Charles W. Turnbull),
members of the Governor's cab-
inet, Senators, tourism industry
representatives, other members of
the public and the press.


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Donald Nelthropp's fascination with rum production began
when, as a small boy growing up on St. Croix, he watched
sugar cane being crushed in the mill on the Estate Diamond
plantation. That same mill, which once utilized animal and
wind power to transform cane into molasses, today stands
as the backdrop of the Cruzan Rum Distillery, the home of
V.I. Rum Industries, Ltd. Nelthropp is president of V.I. Rum
Industries and has been an active supporter of the University
of the Virgin Islands for many years. Since 1987 V.I. Rum
Industries has made annual $25,000 contributions to UVI,
resulting in more than $400,000 having been donated to the
University.

"We felt that giving to the University of the Virgin Islands
would be the ideal thing," Nelthropp said. "We would be
investing in our youth and future leaders of these islands." The
traditional production of Cruzan Rum links the future of the
U.S. Virgin Islands to a historic past. The distillery was found-
ed on the Estate Diamond sugar plantation in 1760. Robert
Skeoch became the overseer of the plantation in 1851, and
his son Malcolm purchased the plantation in 1910. After a
hiatus in rum production due to Prohibition in 1920, the
Cruzan Rum distillery resumed its operations in 1933, manu-
facturing its first rum in 1934 the day after Prohibition ended.

After graduating from the University of Portland in 1959 as
an engineer, Nelthropp returned to St. Croix, where he was
employed by the Skeoch family, which owned the distillery.
The Skeoches and the Nelthropps became partners and built
the modern-day plant that visitors see today. "There was no
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Donor Profile




Donald Nelthropp

President

V.I. Rum Industries


company ourselves." Cruzan Rum is the only rum distillery in
the Virgin Islands, one of only three rum distilleries in the
United States; it is also the oldest industrial company in the
U.S. Virgin Islands. Today, Todhunter International of Florida
is the parent company of Virgin Islands Rum Industries, Ltd.
and, according to Nelthropp, "is doing an outstanding job of
promoting the Cruzan brands worldwide."

Nelthropp can barely conceal his pride as he makes the
rounds greeting distillery workers by name while maneuver-
ing between bubbling vats of fermenting molasses. Cruzan
Rum is the distinctive product of a family-run business.
Nelthropp's two sons and daughter work at the distillery with
generations of other St. Croix families who work at the mill
side by side. "People are happy to work here," Nelthropp
says. "Generation after generation has followed in their fore-
fathers' footsteps. We have that here."

In the year 2000, V.I. Rum Industries endowed a $10,000
scholarship for UVI students with majors in business adminis-
tration and the sciences to memorialize and honor the late
Knud Oliver Parris, who was employed at Cruzan Rum for
more than 46 years.

"The future is educa-
tion," Nelthropp says.
"The University will play
a great role in the future,
and we are helping the
local Virgin Islands to
attain this goal."


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UVI Enrollment



Fall 2002








In-Territory/Out-of-Territory Enrollment


Residential Description Headcount
In-Territory 93%
Out-of-Territory 1 7%
Total 2244


UVI Undergraduate Enrollment by Division


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Education
Humanities
Nursing
Science and Math
Social Sciences
Unknown
Total


Headcount
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11%
* 16%
* 8%
* 15%
* 7%
* 12%
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18-21
22-29
30-39
40-64
65 and Over
Age Unknown
Total


Headcount
4%
34%
28%
17%
14%
2%
1%
2244


UVI Undergraduate Enrollment by Age


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A Letter from the Director of

Annual Giving and Major Gifts









On behalf of the students, faculty, staff and volunteers of the University of the Virgin Islands,
I want to thank each of you who supports the University through your annual gift. Your
generosity is greatly appreciated. It is because of you and others who annually invest in
UVI's mission that we are able to celebrate our successes.

What follows is our "Honor Roll of Donors." The honor roll is usually included in the UVI
Magazine. Since this is the premiere issue of the President's Report, we are reporting on the
S\September 1, 2001, through August 31, 2002, and the September 1, 2002, through August
31, 2003, honor rolls. Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, but if errors or
omissions are observed, I would like to be informed of them so that they may be corrected.

As you can see, UVI has had two progressively fantastic years. Contributions were used to support many different
initiatives within the University. For example, more students were awarded academic scholarships. Monies also went
to support a summer research institute, the Margin for Excellence program, the Summer Institute for Future Global
Leaders and dormitory furnishings. And in 2003 more than 205 supplementary residence hall scholarships were awarded.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like information on further investments in UVI through endowments,
memorial or honor gifts, project support or planned gifts through your estate.

Again, thank you for your support of the University of the Virgin Islands.

Sincerely yours,





Don Turner
Director of Annual Giving and Major Gifts
(340) 693-1042
dturner@uvi.edu


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UVI Partners ($10,000 Up)
Birch, deJongh, Hindels & Hall
Mrs. Edith L. Galiber
Globalvest Management Company LP
Gottlieb's Quick Way
Service Center, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Koier
J. Epstein VI Foundation
Kapok Management, LP
Smartcall of the Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands Asphalt Products
Corporation (VIAPC)
Virgin Islands Rum Industries, Ltd.
West Indian Company, Ltd.

Ralph Paiewonsky Circle -
($5,000 $9,999)
Caribbean Auto Mart, Inc.
Contran Management, Inc.
1. H. Diaz Associated Architects, PC.
IGC
Dr. and Mrs. Orville E. Kean
Marshall & Sterling
Medical Air Services Assn.
International, Inc.
Power Places Tours and
Conferences, Inc.
Sunny Isle Shopping Center, Inc.
The Bank of Nova Scotia
Transducer Technology


Transportation Services of
St. John, Inc.
UVI Miscellaneous Events

Founders' Circle -
($1,000 $4,999)
Dr. Carlton P. Alexis
Mrs. June Brent Alston
ARAMARK Corporation
Ms. Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Ms. Aline K. Bailey
Basic Services, Inc.
The Bennie & Martha Benjamin
Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown
The Buccaneer Hotel
C.A.H.S. Class of 1942
Caneel Bay, Inc.
Dr. Cora L. E. Christian
Cingular Wireless
Coca Cola Enterprises Bottling
Companies
Community Foundation of the Virgin
Islands
Mr. and Mrs. Vashdev B. Dadlani
DBC Corp.
Dr. William H. DeLone
Ms. Joycelyn M. Dorsey
Driehaus Capital Management, LLC
Adriane J. Dudley, Esq.
General Samuel Ebbesen
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Francis
Dr. Judith A. Grybowski
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred O. Heath
Hovensa L L. C.
IVAX Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Jamaican Association St. Thomas/
St. John
Miss Beryl E. Kean
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Kelley
L P Catering, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurdle H. Lea III
Dr. and Mrs. Leighmin J. Lu
The March Group, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Valentino I. McBean
Mr. Alexander A. Moorhead
Mr. John L Moorhead
Mr. Patrick R. O'Donnell
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Dr. Bernard Paiewonsky
Paradise Bottling, Inc.
Prosser/ICC Foundation Inc.
Dr. LaVerne E. Ragster
Dr. Auguste E. Rimpel, Jr.
Shell Seekers, Inc.
Dr. Wook Suh
Sunshine Mall


Supreme Printing
Technical Coatings Industries, Inc.
Mr. Edward E. Thomas
Mr. James D. Tunick
UVI Alumni Chase VISA Affinity
Credit Card Program
UVI Alumni Association St.
Thomas/St. John Chapter
Virgin Islands Lottery
Ms. Sylvia B. Weaver
Mr. McCoy Webster
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Weinman
Westline Productions
Mrs. Leona B. Wheatley
Dr. Francis J. Wunderlich

Trustees' Circle ($500 $999)
A.H. Riise, Inc.
Bob Lynch Trucking, Shipping,
Moving & Storage
Dr. Wilbur K. Callender, 2001
Cardow Jewelers
Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Charaf
Colombian Emeralds International
Dr. Trevor A. C. Connor, 1983
Coral World (VI), Inc.
Dockside Bookshop, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Doumeng
Mr. Michael Dow
E. D. Plumbing
Environmental Concepts Inc.
Mr. William L. Graham
Mr. Conrad L Groves, 1977
Guardian Insurance Company
Mrs. Ethel G. Harris, 1973
Mr. Julian Hendrickson
Mr. Lew V Henley
Ms. Sharon Hupprich and Mr. Fred
Hupprich
lota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Mr. Roy D. Jackson, 1985
Mrs. Hyacinth E. James
Jewelry Exchange
Ms. Ellen G. MacLean
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQuaid
Microsoft Corporation
Dr. Gwen-Marie Moolenaar
Mrs. Ruth M. Moolenaar
MSI Building Supplies
David E. Nichols, Esq.
Dr. Tholief B. O'Flaherty, 1986
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Prior
Reef Boutique, Inc.
Registre Enterprises
Mrs. Cynthia A. Perry-Richards, 1973
Marjorie Rawls Roberts, Esq.
Rotary Club of Charlotte Amalie
Rotary of St. Thomas II


Mr. Peter F Sauer
Mr. Francis A. Schulte and Mrs.
Margaret Schulte
The Sea Chest
Dr. Howard L Simmons
Mrs. Beulah A. Smith, 1991
Mr. Leroy V Smith
Smock Law Offices, PC.
St. Thomas-St. John Hotel & Tourism
Association
STAT Anesthesia, PC.
Dr. Yvonne E. L. Thraen
The Honorable Terence A. Todman
Tropical Design-Builders
Virgin Islands Atlanta Association
The Westin Resort
The Working Capital Company
World Wide Travel, Inc.

President's Circle ($200 $499)
Ms. Velma A. Abramsen, 1992
Dr. John J. Ambrose
Ms. Susan A. Anderson
Mr. Hank Armstrong
The Association of Virgin Islands
Psychologist, Inc.
AT&T of the Virgin Islands, Inc.
Barefoot Trading Company
Dr. Doris C. Battiste, 1972
Mrs. Stephanie D. Boone
Budget Rent A Car
Cafe Amici
Mr. Jose Raul Carrillo, 1975
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Deller, 1994
Mr. Jared T Dougherty, 1994
Mr. and Mrs. Felix V Esquerdo
Exxon Mobil Foundation, Inc.
Dr. Kenneth L Fox, Sr
Mrs. Geraldine Frank
Mrs. Lucia A. Cid-George, 1974
Mr. Sidney George, Jr, 1985
Prof. Helen W Gjessing
Mr. Jean Greaux and Ms. Joanne Bengoa
Mr. Roy Hall
Mrs. Deborah S. Hamilton
Mrs. Cecilia Senthill Harrigan, 1980
Mrs. Faith A. Hilaire, 1978
Dr. and Mrs. Wishbume I. Hunte, 1973
Mr. Stephen J. Isaac, 2001
Mrs. Dionne Jackson
Ms. Editha E. Jackson, 1985
Ms. Jennifer Jackson
Mr. Calvin James, 1978 and Mrs. Eugenie
L. James, 1983
Ms. Shirley J. Joseph, 1974
Mr. Malcolm C. Kirwan, 1967
Marriott's Frenchman's Reef Beach Resort
Dr. and Mrs. Bradford E. Marshall


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Donor List




2001/02


Melvin Evans Center, St. Croix Campus


Mr. Sean A. Georges, 2000
Mrs. Yvonne Gibbons, 1975
Mrs. Ruby C. Gittens, 1965
Mrs. Lynda D. Edmead-Glasford, 2002
Mrs. Maritza L Sebastien-Godwin, 1974
Mrs. Carmen Rogers Green
Ms. Eslyn Green, 1998
Mrs. Donna A. Frett-Gregory, 1993
Mrs. Constance E. Gumbs, 1990
Mrs. Patsy Delaire Guthrie, 1991
Mrs. Bernice Smith Hall, 1983
Ms. Sophia S. Hanley, 2000
Ms. Karen M. Hansen, 1983
Mr. John A. Harley
Mrs. Lyra Thomas-Harrigan, 1975
Ms. Susan M. Hart, 1975
Mrs. Patricia E. Welsh-Haynes, 1994
Ms. Ovril V Hector, 1994
Mrs. Mary A. Hendricks, 1991
Mrs. Doreen Nibbs Hendrickson, 1984
Mrs. Adelia "Queenie" Henenman
Mr. Wilmoth L. Hennis, 1992
Mrs. Margery E. Henry, 1988
Mr. Kenneth L Hermon, Jr, 1999
Herve Restaurant & Wine Bar
Ms. Sarah L. Horsford, 1997
Mrs. Georgina E. Howell, 2001
Mrs. Patricia I. Hughes, 1982
Mrs. Gwenavire A. Abramson-
Hyndman, 1977
Ms. Claudia P Industrious, 1986
Dr. Ededet Iniama
Ms. Barbara A. Isaac, 1972
J. Thomas Memorial Funeral Chapel
Mrs. Carol C. Jackson
Mr. Henry E. Jackson, 1999
Mrs. Elaine P Jacobs, 1973
Mr. Keith A. James, 1998
Mrs. Trisha D. Baker-James, 1999
Ms. Rosalie Javois, 1977
Mrs. Ermin R. Jeffers, 1999
Ms. Natacha Jermain, 2001
Mrs. Maria V Rios-Johansen, 1999
Ms. Michelle M. Johnson, 2000
Major and Mrs. Dalton R. Jones, 1967
Mrs. Ura M. Jones
Ms. Cheryl G. Joseph, 1998


Ms. Martha Marcella Joseph, 2002
Seaton O. Joseph, 2001
Just Cuts 2
Mrs. Barbara K. Kenny, 1988
Ms. Ann-Marie Kissel
Mr. Jerome A. Knight
Mr Rudolph E. Krigger and
Dr. Marilyn Krigger
Mr. Gregory Kruszewski 1975 and
Mrs. Robin Kruszewski, 1975
Ms. Susan K. Kuzenski, 1990
Ms. Istevia M. Lampe, 2002
Ms. Nancy Lansiquot, 2000
Le Baron Men's Clotheir
Mrs. Rebecca M. Ledee, 1999
Mrs. Germaine M. Lewis, 2000
Dr. Michael J. Leyden II, 1971
Little Switzerland
Dr. Hollis Liverpool
Ms. Lynda Y Long, 1998
Dr. Delicia A. Love, 1990
Dr. Raymond Low-A-Chee
Margie's Blossoms
Mr. Wilburn L. Marsh, 1980
Ms. Lesline Matthew
Mabel J. Matthews
Mrs. Patricia H. Maynard, 1995
Mrs. Sylvette C. McBean, 1985
Ms. Muriel A. McClean, 1997
Ms. Nona E. McCray, 2001
Ms. Karen C. Mclntosh, 2000
Mr. William E. C. Mike, 1988
Mrs. Ethlyn V Tuitt-Mills, 1990
Ms. KathyMissen
Ms. Nadia Monrose, 2001
Ms. Bernice A. Moore, 1986
Mr. Dale E. Morton, 1983
Ms. Olga O. Morton, 1983
Ms. Ethel W Mouton
Mrs. Ulla F. Muller
Mr. John Munro
Ms. Bianca L Mussenden, 1976
Ms. Maryan S. Myers, 1999
Dr. Agatha P Nelson
Mrs. Eileen A. Nisbett, 1993
Mrs. Mary M. Nowak, 1988
Mrs. Tashima N. O'Bryan, 2001
Mr William Ottley and Mrs. Helen
Smith-Ottley
Mrs. Chantal A. Overbeek, 1992
Mr. Norris L. Parker, 1974 and
Mrs. Lenore M. Parker, 1974
Ms. Ina Parrott
Mrs. Sharon Paulus, 1992
Ms. Angelica Lanns Peets, 1996
Ms. Princess J. Penn, 2002
Mr Reginald Perry
Mrs. Emily Petty


Ms. Lezlie A. Phillip, 2001
Dr. and Mrs. Dion E. Phillips
Ms. Mary Phillips
Ms. Dorrett L Phipps, 1994
Ms. Marva L. Pickering, 1995
Mrs. Merle I. Malone-Pinney, 1995
Mrs. Genevieve Plunkett, 1981
Mrs. Cheryl C. Prince, 1994
Ms. Eileen Rabsatt, 1979
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T Radix, 1976
Mrs. Rachel H. Rasmussen, 1998
Mr. Marlon M. Rawlins, 1999
Ms. Alina L Williams-Reed, 1979
Ms. Digna D. Reed, 2002
Mrs. Marion L Rey, 1994
Mrs. Phyllis P Rey Bryan, 1989
Mr. Elroy Richard, 2002
Ms. Felicita S. Richards, 1991
Mr. Raul Richards
Ms. Louise A. Richardson, 1998
Mrs. Omer C. Richardson, 1999
Mr. Manuel Rodriguez
Mr. Charles E. Rogers, 1972
Mrs. Judith I. Rogers, 1984
Mrs. Melsada C. Romney, 1976
Mrs. Merlyn Brooks-Romney, 1991
Mrs. Magdaline Rymer, 1987
Dr. Robin B. Sabino, 1977
Mrs. Jeanette A. Saldana, 1998
Ms. Claire P Samuel, 1981
Ms. Wendy G-A Samuel, 1999
Mrs. Julia E. Santos, 1998
Mrs. Merle A. Seepersad, 1988
Mrs. Jestina M. Vanterpool-Selkridge, 1980
Mrs. Eugenia A. Sello, 1999
Ms. Gloria J. Semper, 1986
Ms. Linda V Sibilly, 1995
Mrs. Genevieve E. Small, 1987
Mrs. Angelina M. DeWindt-Smith, 1976
Mrs. Delphine Smith, 1971
Mrs. Doris H. Smith, 1991
Ms. Judith P Smith, 1994
Mrs. Judy C. Smith, 1988
Mr. William E. Smith, 1982
Ms. Dona R. Sorhaindo, 2000
Mr. Kevin Sottak
Mr. Hector A. Squiabro, 1999
Mr. Brian Squires
St. Croix Leap, Inc.
Mr. Deleano L Stevens, 1999
Dr. John G. Stuart, 1979
Tesoro
Ms. Bonnadine P Thibou, 1998
Ms. Althea A. Thomas, 1985
Ms. Denise P Thomas, 1994
Ms. Murtle Thomas, 1998
Mr. Vincent Thomas, 1999
Mrs. Anna E. Thompson, 1981


Mrs. Justa E. Encamacion-Thompson, 1980
Ms. Francella M. Tonge, 1998
Ms. Marie L Traina
Trans-Caribbean Diary, Corp.
Tropicana Perfume
Mr. Denroy S. Tuitt, 1998
Mr. Louis A. Turnbull, 1976
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Tyrell, 1988


UVI Bookstore St. Thomas
UVI Bookstore St. Croix
Mr. Arnold E. Van Beverhoudt, Jr, 1980
Mr. Oswald Vanterpool 1983 and
Mrs. Sandra Vanterpool, 1986
Dr. Robert Vaughn
Mrs. Clarice Vialet
Fred Vialet, Jr, J.D.
Ms. Keisha M. Vialet, 1998
Miss Junie M. Violenes, 1991
Mrs. Esther L Walters, 1978
Ms. Gria J. Walters, 1988
Ms. Lynnette A. Walters, 1994
Mrs. Margaret A. Walters, 1999
Dr. Thelma V Walters, 1987
Mrs. Brenda V Harrigan-Walwyn, 1989
Mrs. Yvonne A Wells, 1977
Ms. Donna Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Doug White
Ms. Verona C. Whyte, 1987
Mrs. Nicole L. Wilkinson, 1999
Mrs. Urla E. Wilkinson, 1972
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald A. Williams
Mrs. Janice V Williams, 1993
Ms. Mary Joe Williams
Mr. Nevlin S. Williams, 1982
Mrs. Helen BreedyWoods


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Summary of Gifts


Contributions to UVI via the Institutional Advancement Office

for September 1, 2002 August 31, 2003.


2002/03


Summary of Gifts ... Contributions by Constituency


Alumni
Corporate
UVI Community
Foundations
Friends
Organizations
Trustees
Total Cash
In-Kind Gifts
Land
Total


34,498.33
183,348.67
15,675.00
45,264.92
345,774.02
132,950.00
4,000.00
761,510.94
30,578.36
522,720.00
1,314,809.30


Summary of Gifts ... Contributions by Circle


UVI Partners' Circle
Ralph Paiewonsky's Circle
Founders' Circle
Trustees' Circle
President's Circle
UVI Supporters' Circle
Associates' Circle
Total


1,077,650.30
94,260.00
80,365.33
20,569.77
13,355.00
16,398.64
12,210.26
1,314,809.30


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Donor List




2002/03


UVI Partners ($10,000 UP)
Mrs. Marva Applewhite and
Ms. Glria P Samuel
The Bank of Nova Scotia
The Bennie & Martha Benjamin Foundation
Birch, deJongh, Hindels & Hall
Corporate Services Group
Estate of Doris Green a/k/a Dee Greene
First Bank Virgin Islands
Mrs. Edith L. Galiber
Gottlieb's Quick Way Service Center, Inc.
Interpacific Investor Services, LLC
IVAX Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Mrs. June Koier
Medical Arts Complex, Inc.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
The Tom Joyner Foundation, Inc.
Virgin Islands Rum Industries, Ltd.
West Indian Company, Ltd.

Ralph Paiewonsky Circle -
($5,000 $9,999)
ARAMARK Corporation
Bluewater Management, L.P
The Buccaneer Hotel
Contran Management, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Vashdev B. Dadlani
Globalvest Management Company, LP
Jones-Holloway-Bryan Foundation
Kapok Management, LP
Dr. Catherine A. Kean, 1985
Dr. and Mrs. Orville E. Kean
Margate Management, LP
Marshall & Sterling
Sunny Isle Shopping Center, Inc.
Technical Coatings Industries, Inc.
Theodore Tunick and Company


Founders' Circle ($1,000 $4,999)
Ms. Aline K. Bailey
Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Aisha Boschulte
CAHS Class of 1953
CAHS Class of 1955
Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands
The Virgin Islands Daily News
Adriane J. Dudley, Esq.
General Samuel Ebbesen
Mr. Robert E. Fontaine and
Dr. Deborah C. Fontaine
Dr. Charles R. Geist
Ms. Linda Grybowski
Hawkins, Delafield &Wood
Hovensa L. L C.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean
Mr. Gerard R. Latortue
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Leipzig
Dr. and Mrs. Leighmin J. Lu
Maguire Group, Inc.


Management Associates, LLC
The March Group, LLC
Matthew Concrete, Inc.
Medical Air Services Association
International, Inc.
Mr. Gregory A. Miller
Mr. Alexander A. Moorhead
Mr. John L. Moorhead
Mr. Patrick R. O'Donnell
Dr. Bernard Paiewonsky
Paradise Bottling, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Robin Parsley
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Prior
Prosser/ICC Foundation Inc.
R. W Beck, Inc.
Dr. LaVeme E. Ragster
Dr. Auguste E. Rimpel, Jr.
Marjorie Rawls Roberts, Esq.
Seslia Virgin Islands Securities, Inc.
Mr. Ralph Smith
Dr. Wook Suh
Systems Engineering and Construction, Inc.
Mr. Edward E. Thomas
Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund
Dr. O. Anne Treasure, 1986
Mr. James D. Tunick
UVI Alumni Chase VISA Affinity Credit
Card Program
Virgin Islands Regulated Waste
Management, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Weinman
Mrs. Leona B. Wheatley

Trustees' Circle ($500 $999)
American Legion Post #90
The Association of Virgin Islands
Psychologist, Inc.
AT&T of the Virgin Islands, Inc.
BPS, Ltd.
Braces Plus PC.
Mrs. Maureen C. Cagan, 1983
Mr. John F Campbell
Cardow Jewelers
Central Air, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Charaf
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of theVirgin Islands
Mr. Roosevelt J. Davis, 1984
Mrs. Helen M. Dookhan, 1988
E. D. Plumbing
Estate Hansen Bay Homeowners
Association, Inc.
Flemings' Transport Co.
Francis Properties, Inc.
Dr. Dante P. Galiber
Mr. Edward R. Ginn
Ms. Sharon Hupprich and
Mr. Fred Hupprich
IBM Corporation
Investment Security Services, LLLP


Ms. Ellen G. MacLean
Marva Industrias Metalicas
The Honorable Noreen Michael, 1978
Monarch Electric
Dr. Gwen-Marie Moolenaar
MSI Building Supplies
Mr. and Mrs. Napolean Nelson
Mrs. Cynthia A. Perry-Richards, 1973
Public Financial Management, Inc.
Roy's Construction
Dr. Sylvia Ross Talbot
Karen C. Thurland
Mr. lan and Mrs. Avril Tomlinson, 1988
Victim Advocate Program, Inc.
Wiesner Develpment Company
Dr Francis J. Wunderlich

President's Circle ($200 $499)
Ms. Velma A. Abramsen, 1992
Drs. Lawrence and Linda Benjamin
Ms. Joan Bennett-Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Brown, 1974
Caribbean Safe Water Laboratory
Mr. Jose Raul Carrillo, 1975
Ms. Rita I. Coil
R. Oliver David, Esq., 1979
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Deller, 1994
Ms. Erva A. Denham, 1966
Mr. Jared T Dougherty, 1994
Exxon Mobil Foundation, Inc.
Major Charles D. Fahie, 1967
Mrs. Frauke Feddersen
Denise Francois, Esq.
Mr. Pedrito A. Francois
Mrs. Geraldine A. Frank
Mrs. Lucia A. Cid-George, 1974
Mrs. Lynette Y Moolenaar-George, 1979
Prof. Helen W Gjessing
Dr. Judith A. Grybowski
Mrs. Ethel G. Harris, 1973
Dr Frank L. Heikkila
Dr. Robert W Hull
Dr. Wishburne I. Hunte, 1973 and
Mrs. Maureen N. Hunte, 1975
Ms. Jennifer Jackson
Mrs. Hyacinth E. James
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Jordan
Ms. Charlene E. Joseph, 1970
Dr RubyJ. Lake, 1972
Dr. Gregory R. LaMotta
Dr. and Mrs. Bradford E. Marshall
Ms. Velma J. Moore, 1969
Ms. Bianca L Mussenden, 1976
Dr. and Mrs. Roy A. Myers
Carolyn P Hermon Percell, J.D., 1992
Philips Electronics North America
Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Rohrman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Rojas


Mrs. Rehenia Romeo, 1977
Mr. Vincent Samuel, 1983
Sea Breeze Band
Dr. Malik Sekou, 1989
Ms. Sally Smith
Mr. Winston E. Smith, 1990
Ms. Jacqueline A. Sprauve, 1994
STAT Anesthesia, PC.
The Honorable Terence A. Todman
Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Turner
Virgin Islands Port Authority
Mr. McCoy Webster
Ms. Kathleen A. Williams, 1979
Mr. Jay Wiltshire

UVI Supporters ($100 199)
Ms. Caroline F Adams, 1988
Mrs. June Brent Alston
Ms. Vedica Balkarran, 1999


Mr. and Mrs. Krim Ballentine
Nathania M. Bates, Esq., 1988
Ronald W Belfon, Esq. and
Mrs. Angela Belfon
Mrs. Claudia M. Belle, 1989
Miss Ilva F Benjamin
Mrs. Eunice Best, 1982
BGM Engineers & Surveyors
Ms. Felicia V Blake, 1990
Dr. Eleanor R. Blyden, 1987
Mr. Ronald Blyden
Ms. Violet A. Bough


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Mr. John A. Boyd, 1990
Mrs. Pearl Powell Boynes, 1975
Mr. Jean Braure
Mrs. Marie-Claire Braure
Mrs. Janet M. Brown, 1971
Ms. Magdalene M. Bryan
Mr. Stedroy Caesar
Ms. Barbara M. Callwood, 1992
Andrew L Capdeville, Esq.
Mr. Dale L Carty, 1975
Mr. Leon A. Casey, Sr, 2003
Ms. KacyT. Chongasing, 2001
Ms. Ina M. Christian, 1994
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Cockayne
Mr. and Mrs. Ashford A. Connor, Sr.
Sheena Conway, Esq.
Dr. Linda Creque
Ms. IvyA. Creque
Mrs. Edris V Daly, 1991
Mrs. Juel D. Meyers-Daniel, 1972
Mrs. Verne M. David, 1995
Mrs. lanthe T de Abmal, 1987
Ms. Randa M. DeSuza, 1999
Mr. Alberto M. Donastorg, Sr, 1974
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Downing, 1980
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Edgecombe
Dr. Eustace Esdaille
Ms. Laverne Esquilin
Mrs. Janet A. Forbes, 1996
Mr. Elmo Francis, 1989 and
Mrs. Jennifer Francis, 1991
Mr. John T Fries
Ms. Marjorie E. Gerard, 1980
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Glasford
Ms. Mary A. Griles, 1974
Miss Elsa Gumbs, 1989
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Guthrie, 1984
Gypsy Troupe
Mrs. Ruth M. Hendricks, 1986


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Mrs. Rena M. Francis-Hendridckson, 1995
Ms. Vernice L. Henry, 2000
Mr. Kenneth L. Hermon, Jr, 1999
Mr. and Mrs. Anselmo R. Heyliger
Ms. Claudette A. Heyliger, 1977
Highside Refrigeration
Mrs. Jennifer Nugent Hill, 1979
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hindels
Dr. Lynne M. Hinkey, 1986
Mrs. Yvonne S. Hood, 1970
Mr. Ira Hubert
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hughes
Ms. Barbara A. Isaac, 1972
Ms. Editha E. Jackson, 1985
Mrs. Janet C. Francis-James, 1989
Mr. and Mrs. John L. James, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Janeway, 1967
Ms. Beverly Bledsoe-January, 1991
Jewelry Exchange
Mr. Howard O. Jones, 1995
Mrs. Olivia Joseph, 2000
Mr and Mrs. Glenn B. Kelly
Mr. Claude W. Kingston, 1983
Mr. Edward J. Kormondy
Mr. Jay S. Lammering and
Ms. Jane E. Higgins
Ms. Christine Lauterborn
The Honorable Lawrence W. Lewis, 1973
Ms. Marysharon Marin, 1985
Mrs. Joan S. Marsh
Mr. Roy L Martin, Jr, 1994
Mrs. Barbara D. Mejias, 1984
Ms. Loria Menousek
Mr. William E. C. Mike, 1988
Mr. Roger B. Minkoff
Mr. Glen F Monticeux, 1986
Dr. Roderick E. Moorehead, Sr, 1977
Mrs. Loma R. Mulley, 1994
Ms. A. Ellen Murraine, 1980
Mr. Keithroy Nanton, 1985 and
Mrs. Romelia Nanton, 1983
Mr. and Mrs. Miguel E. Navarro, 1973
Mr. Darwin L Newton, 1973
Mr. Clarence A. Nibbs, 1992
Ms. Eurice A. Nibbs, 1992
Mrs. Mary M. Nowak, 1988
Ms. Iris M. O'Donoghue, 1981
Mr Pablo O'Neill and
Mrs. Nieves E. O'Neill, 1993
Mr. Joseph R. Papa
Mr and Mrs. Philip P Parish
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Parker
People Moving Forward
Ms. Monique N. Peters, 1999
Mr. Marvin Pickering, 1985 and
Mrs. Yolette Pickering
Mrs. Severina E. Plaskett
Mrs. Juliette Potter, 1988
Ms. Eugenie T Prentice, 1994


Mrs. Lisa L Querrard, 1993
Mr. Alexander Randall, V
Mr. and Mrs. Mario Reovan
Mrs. Emilia Colon-Richard, 1978
Mr. Martin D. Roberts, 1993
Ms. Doreen J. Rodgers, 1984
Mr. Roland E. Roebuck
Ms. Deanna E. Rogers, 1985
Ms. Judith V Rogers
Dr. Karl M. Rogers, 1980
Mr. Lynch L Rogers, 1970
The Honorable Ronald E. Russell, 1977
Mrs. Joyce Ryan, 1981
Mr. Peter F Sauer
Dr. Edward Saunders
Seslia Virgin Islands Securities, Inc.
Mrs. Anecia E. Lettsome-Sewer, 1994
Dr. Adam H. Shapiro and
Ms. Pamela B. Berkowksy
Sherwood Associates, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Max S. Silverman
Ms. Cheryl D. Skelton, 1990
Dr. and Mrs. C. Warren Smith
Mr. Glen J. Smith, 1969
Ms. Viola E. Smith
Major John L Steward, 1989
Mr. and Mrs. Ive G. Swan
The Honorable Audrey L Thomas, 1973
Ms. Glenda I. Tobias, 1991
Mr. Francis Tobienne, Sr, 1979
Mrs. Winifred M. Anthony-Todman, 1989
Mr. Louis A. Tumbull, 1976
Mr. Sheldon A. Turnbull, 1992
Dr. Teresa Turner and Mr. John Lucas
UVI Alumni Association St. Thomas/
St. John Chapter
VI. State Nurses' Association
VI.P. Awards & Engraving, Inc.
Mr. Steven Van Beverhoudt, 1979 and
Mrs. Myma Van Beverhoudt, 1985
Ms. Lucille I. Vanterpool, 1991
Ms. Rennia C. Vanterpool, 1988
Virgin Islands Housing Authority
"Youth Steel Orchestra"
Dr. Lawrence C. Wanlass
Mr. Michael G. Weddle and
Ms. Sandra L. Rowland
Mrs. Yvonne V Wesselhoft, 1990
Mr. Comel A. Williams, 1982
Ms. Utha O. Williams, 1982

Associates Circle ($1 $99)
Mrs. Jacalyn Aaron, 1982
AARP Chapter No. 3138
Mrs. Ursula V Roberts-Allen, 1987
Ms. Carol I. Almonte, 2001
Mrs. Rupertha A. Andrews, 1985
Ms. Emmanueline Archer, 2001
Mr. Nemiah Augustin, 2001


Mrs. Unis Valencia Williams-Baker, 1990
Ms. Antoinette C. Baptiste, 1996
Ms. Sara J. Barnett
Ms. Ellen D. Barnhart
Mr. Dayle Barry, 1982


Dr. Adelle V Belle, 1972
Mrs. Sondra Holmes Benjamin, 1995
Dr. Denise T Bennerson, 1986
Mr. Barrymore S. Berley, 2000
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour L Bernier, 1994
Ms. LauraLee Berry, 1994
Mr. Rudolph Blaize, 2002
Ms. Laurelie A. Blice, 2002
Ms. Karen L. Blyden, 1990
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Brache
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Bradshaw
Mrs. Eugenia B. Brady, 1986
Ms. Amy B. Braunschweig, 1995
Ms. Althea C. Bridgewater, 2001
Mrs. Leigh A. Brin, 1996
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brown
Ms. Lou Ellen Brown
Ms. Rosella Brown
Mr. Schuler V Brown, 1998
Mr. Arnold B. Browne, 1992
Mrs. Anthia E. S. Buncome, 1999
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose C. Byron, 1985
Mr. Rupert M. Byron, 1987
Ms. Lorraine F Cadet, 2002
Mr. O'Neil W. Canton, 1998
Caribbean Barter Company (BXJ)
Celebrate & Party In Class
Ms. Catherine Charles, 1995
Mr. Ruel A. Charles, Jr, 1965
Ms. Renee Chareswell, 2000
Ms. Lenore A. Chciuk, 1983
Mrs. Nancy B. Christie, 1985
Ms. Jacqueline L. Cills, 1998
Mr. Leroy A. Claxton Sr, 1985
Mrs. Sandra Lisa Hazel-Claxton, 1993
Mrs. Gladise E. Connor, 1991
Mrs. Dorothea I. Cools-Lartigue, 1983
Ms. LaVerne C. Cruse, 1996
Mrs. Maureen P Rabsatt-Cullar, 1994


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Dr. Rosalie A. Dance and
Mr. Adrian Bishop
Ms. V Cheryl David, 1978
Mrs. Shannie M. deCastro-McClean, 1988
The Honorable Adlah Donastorg
Ms. Lisa S. Donastorg, 1992
Ms. Genevieve L Donovan, 1978
Mrs. Joan O. Doyle, 1971
Mrs. Cassandra Allsop Dunn, 1987
D. J. Dunnington and Mr Douglas Sands
Ms. Patricia S. Dupler
Mrs. Karleen P Enrique, 1978
Ms. Mary L. Estephane, 1987
Ms. Peggy Fahie, 1992
Ms. Shirene C. Farrell, 2002
Mrs. Wean Williams-Farrell, 1990
Mr. Kevin J. Ferreira, 1997
Ms. Moralie Ferrol, 1999
Ms. E. Maria Fleming, 1999
Ms. Mariga R. Fleming, 1968
Ms. Unelle I. Fonseca, 1987
Ms. Dawn P Forbes, 1996
Mr. Michael Fowler
Mr. Ernie A. France, 1994
Mr. Curtis Francis, 1994
Ms. Elma M. Francis, 1996
Ms. Shawna L Francis, 1998
Ms. Carol L Frank, 1996
Mr. Isbome Fredericks, 1979
Mrs. Erma S. Freeman, 1974
Ms. Ana L Garcia, 1999
Mr. Anthony Garcia, 1982
Ms. Valeria M. Gasperi, 1987
Ms. Faith D. George, 1992
Mrs. Janet L George, 1971
Mrs. Judith M. George, 1972
Mr. Rickie George, 1995
Mrs. Sandra V George, 1999
Mr. Bernard F Georges, 1995
Mrs. Amelia Gill, 1978
Mrs. Ruby C. Gittens, 1965
Mrs. Maritza L Sebastien-Godwin, 1974
The GoodmanGable-Gould Company
Mr. TimothyW. Gordon
Mr. David Gould
Ms. Orna A. Greene, 1991
Ms. Yolande B. Greene, 2001
Ms. Brenda V Grey, 1997
Mrs. Donna M. Griffin, 1996
Mr. and Mrs. Juan J. Guadalupe
Mrs. Constance E. Gumbs, 1990
Mrs. Deborah S. Hamilton
Glenda L Hamm, Esq., 1992
Ms. Margaret W Hanerfeld, 1991
Ms. Karen M. Hansen, 1983
Mrs. Jacqueline Chapel-Hardy, 1994
Mr. Roy A. Harrigan, 1990
Mrs. Avril B. Hart, 1978
Ms. Susan M. Hart, 1975
Mrs. Mary A. Hendricks, 1991
Mrs. Doreen Nibbs Hendrickson, 1984
Mr. Wilmoth L Hennis, 1992
Dr. Simone O. Heyliger, 1988
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold R. Highfield
Ms. Yvonne D. Homer, 2000
Ms. Sarah L Horsford, 1997
Mrs. Georgina E. Howell, 2001
Mrs. Patricia I. Hughes, 1982
Mrs. Gwenavire A. Abramson-
Hyndman, 1977
Ms. Elma A. Industrious, 1991
Dr. Ededet Iniama
Mrs. Joycelyn P Isaac, 2002
Mrs. Carol C. Jackson
Mr. Henry E. Jackson, 1999
Ms. Yvette T Jackson, 1995
Mrs. Elaine P Jacobs, 1973
Mr. Rodolfo H. Jacobs and
Mrs. Laurie Y Thomas Jacobs
Mrs. Janise Boiling James, 1969


Mrs. Brenda B. Peters-Jarvis, 1995
Ms. Rosalie Javois, 1977
Mrs. Ermin R. Jeffers, 1999
Ms. Natacha Jermain, 2001
Mr Cecil E. Johnson, 1977
Dr. Edith M. Ramsay-Johnson
Major and Mrs. Dalton R. Jones, 1967
Ms. Cheryl G. Joseph, 1998
Mrs. Juanita M. Joseph, 2000
Mrs. Glria P Josiah, 1996
Ms. Annette Kelly, 1981
Mrs. Babara K. Kenny, 1988
Ms. Ann-Marie Kissel
Ms. Sybille Kreglo
Mr Gregory Kruszewski, 1975 and
Ms. Robin M. Mallor, 1975
Ms. Susan K. Kuzenski, 1990
Ms. Istevia M. Lampe, 2002
Ms. Mirza A. Saldana, 1971
Ms. Audrey W Larmony
Ms. Atacha P Laurencin, 2001
Mrs. Rebecca M. Ledee, 1999
Ms. Raea Leinster
Mrs. Pearl M. Wells-Lescott, 1990
Ms. Judith V Lettsome, 1978
Mrs. Urline C. Lettsome, 1991
Mrs. Maria V Thomas-Lewis, 1989
Ms. Michele M. Lewis, 1994
Mrs. Angie Smith Liburd, 1999
Dr. Hollis Liverpool
Mr Martin L. Lvingston, Jr, 1991
Ms. Lynda Y Long, 1998
Mr and Mrs. Bryan Lonski
Ms. Carol S. Lotz
Mr Laurence E. Magruder and
Mrs. Janet Magruder
Mr Wilburn L Marsh, 1980
Ms. Arlene R. Martel
Mrs. Doris E. Martin, 1991
Mrs. Dottily B. Martin, 2003
Mrs. JudyJ. Maynard
Mrs. Patricia H. Maynard, 1995
Mrs. Sylvette C. McBean, 1985
Ms. Yvonne I. McCauley, 1988
Mr. Enar McClean, 1977
Ms. Muriel A. McClean, 1997
Ms. Nona E. McCray, 2003
Mr and Mrs. Henry L Menin
Ms. Delaun M. Mercer, 1997
Merchants Market
Mrs. Ethlyn V Tuitt-Mills, 1990
Mr Sheppard N. Moore
Mr Colin "Ali" B. Moorhead, Jr, 2001
Mrs. Luz A. Moron, 1971
Mr Dale E. Morton, 1983
Ms. Olga O. Morton, 1983
Mr John Munro
Dr. Agatha P Nelson
Mr Brumney Nelthropp
Ms. Kathleen L Nicholls, 1993
Mrs. Peaches R. Nicholls, 1994
Mr and Mrs. Aloy W Nielsen, 1967
Mrs. Eileen A. Nisbett, 1993
Mr Michael A. Norberg, 1990
Ms. Sylvia M. Norford, 1980
Mrs. JoyAnne O'Garro Norman, 1992
Mrs. Tashima N. O'Bryan, 2001
Mrs. Averyl A. O'Neal, 1992
Mrs. Claudette Olive, 1998
Mr Thomas Craig Olson
Ms. Melissa B. Pantophlet, 1995
Ms. Miriam E. Parris, 1974
Ms. Dolena M. Paul, 1993
Mrs. Sharon Paulus, 1992
Mr Eversley D. Pemberton, 1998
Mr Stanley Weinberg and
Mrs. Theresa Perry-Weinberg
Ms. Lisa W Peters, 1995
Mr James A. Petersen
Ms. April B. Petrus, 2003


Ms. Jacquelyn R. Pettit
Mr. Rodell E. Phaire, Sr, 1968
Ms. Andrea A. Phillip, 1997
Mrs. Agatha A. Phillips, 1995
Dr and Mrs. Dion E. Phillips
Mrs. Joycelyn E. Phillips, 1989
Ms. Mary Phillips
Ms. Verna M. Phillips, 1997
Ms. Dorrett L Phipps, 1994
Ms. Marva L. Pickering, 1995
Mrs. Diane P Schmidt-Prime, 1999
Mrs. Cheryl C. Prince, 1994
Mrs. Sylvia A. Probasco, 1974
Ms. Eileen Rabsatt, 1979
Ms. Malayisha M. Rabsatt, 1996
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T Radix, 1976
Ms. Marilee Rasmussen
Mrs. Rachel H. Rasmussen, 1998
Mr. Marlon M. Rawlins, 1999
Mr. Leonard G. Reed, Jr, 1989
Mrs. Evadnie C. Rey, 1993
Mrs. Marion L Rey, 1994
Mrs. Phyllis P Rey Bryan, 1989
Dr Elizabeth Rezende, 1979
Dr Patricia Rhymer Todman
Ms. Felicita Saldana-Richards, 1991
Ms. Marilyn E. Richards, 2002
Ms. Myrtle E. Richards
Ms. Louise A. Richardson, 1998
Ms. Giovanni P Rochester, 2000
Mr. Ishmael Rodriquez, 1997
Ms. Barbara Roettger
Mr. Carlyle K. Rogers, 1995
Mr. Charles E. Rogers, 1972
Mrs. Delpha D. Williams-Rogers, 1989
Mrs. Judith I. Rogers, 1984
Mrs. Nurseen Rogers, 1992
Mr. Lynch L Rogers, 1970
Mr. Ludence A. Romney, 1984
Mrs. Melsada C. Romney, 1976
Mrs. Merlyn Brooks-Romney, 1991
Mrs. Cecile W Roth, 1996
Mrs. Shirley A. Hodge-Ryan, 1991
Ms. Cynthia M. Rymer, 1992
Mrs. Magdaline Rymer, 1987
Dr Robin B. Sabino, 1977
Mrs. Jeanette A. Saldana, 1998
Ms. Claire P Samuel, 1981
Mr. Vin G. Samuel, 1976
Ms. Maria E. Sanes, 1974
Mrs. Julia E. Santos, 1998
Ms. Janest H. Schrader
Mrs. Adrina Scott-Elliott
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Sales, 1974
Mrs. Merle A. Seepersad, 1988
Mrs. Jestina M. Vanterpool-Selkridge, 1980
Mrs. Eugenia A. Sello, 1999
Ms. Glria J. Semper, 1986
Ms. Susan K. Sheats
Mrs. Shirley Sheridan, 1981
Mrs. Ophelia P Shillingford, 1986
Mrs. Sonia L Shulterbrandt, 1992
Ms. Unda V Sibilly, 1995
Ms. Delia H. Simmonds
Mrs. Anne M. Simmons, 1997
Mrs. Genevieve E. Small, 1987
Mrs. Delphine Smith, 1971
Ms. Judith P Smith, 1994
Mrs. Judy C. Smith, 1988
Mr. William E. Smith, 1982
Dr Hosanna Solomon
Ms. Miriam S. Sorhaindo, 1991
Mr. Lewis Sosnowik
Mrs. Candace C. Sprauve, 1988
Ms. Joss N. Springette, 2000
Mr. Brian Squires
Ms. Ann E. Staats
Ms. Karen N. Stapleton, 2001
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stober
Mr. Denison C. Stockman


I..'


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Dr. Gail M. Foster-Strauss
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Styer
Mr SidneyJ. Swan, 1999 and
Mrs. Luz M. Rivera-Swan, 2000
Ms. Althea A. Thomas, 1985
Mrs. Ann Marie Thomas, 2003
Ms. Denise P Thomas, 1994
Ms. Dionne S. Thomas, 1999
Mrs. Ingrid M. Ayala-Thomas, 1986
Ms. Janice A. Thomas, 1993
Ms. Murtle Thomas, 1998
Ms. Rena L Thomas, 1968
Mrs. Anna E. Thompson, 1981
Ms. Marie L Traina
Mr Denroy S. Tuitt, 1998
Mr and Mrs. Dennis E. Tyrell, 1988
Value Foods
Mr Arnold E. Van Beverhoudt, Jr, 1980
Mr and Mrs. Leal I. Van Beverhoudt
Mr Oswald Vanterpool, 1983 and
Mrs. Sandra Vanterpool, 1986
Mr and Mrs. Roy G. Vialet, 1996
MissJunie M. Violenes, 1991
Mrs. Esther L Walters, 1978
Ms. Gloria J. Walters, 1988
Ms. Lynnette A. Walters, 1994
Mrs. Margaret A. Walters, 1999
Ms. Betty W Weatherly
Mrs. Yvonne A. Wells, 1977
Ms. Donna Wheeler
Ms. Verona C. Whyte, 1987
Mrs. Nicole L. Wilkinson, 2003
Mr and Mrs. Archibald A. Williams
Mr Chester R. Williams, 1984
Mr Curtis E. Williams, 1977
Mrs. Janice V Williams, 1993
Ms. Juanita A. Williams, 1987
Mr Nevlin S. Williams, 1982
Mr Wallace Williams


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Tilapia farming on St. Croix


The reputation of the aquaponic system developed at the
University of the Virgin Islands continues to expand beyond
the boundaries of the Virgin Islands and the United States.
During the summer of 2003 UVI's Agricultural Experiment
Station (AES) hosted a group of 33 people from eight states,
two U.S. territories and seven countries at the 5th Annual
Aquaponics and Tilapia Aquaculture Short Course.

The seven-day course is held each summer on UVI's St. Croix
campus. It provides in-depth knowledge of the principles and
practical application of the aquaponic and greenwater tank
culture systems and offers instruction in fish production using
both the Nile and red tilapia (warm water food fish native to
Africa and the Middle East).

Aquaponics is the growing of fish and vegetables in re-
circulating systems where nutrients from the fish waste
provide food for plants and plants in turn filter the water
for the fish. UVI's aquaponic system, which occupies 1/8
acre of land and uses 29,000 gallons of water, can annu-
ally produce 11,000 pounds of tilapia
and either 1,250 cases of lettuce or
11,000 pounds of basil.

Students are taught how to design, build
and operate systems for raising fish and
plants; to develop business plans; and
to market their products. A typical day
includes four hours of lecture and four
hours of hands-on field work.
Participants in the 2003 Aquaponics


UVI Aquaponics


Techniques


to Help Feed


the World


and Tilapia Aquaculture
Short Course came from
Australia, Hong Kong,
Jamaica, Mexico, St. Lucia
and Guam, among other
places.

AES Director and Course
Coordinator Dr. James Rakocy was the keynote speaker at
the European Aquaculture Society conference held in August
2003 in Norway. In June 2003 he made a presentation at
the Ministerial Conference and Expo on Agricultural Science
and Technology held in California. He was invited to speak
at the ministerial conference by the U.S. Secretary of
Agriculture, Ann Veneman. Also during the summer of 2003
Perry Sebastian, a student at the Institut Superieur
d'Agriculture de Beauvais in France, interned for three
months at UVI's AES. Sebastian, who learned of UVI via the
Internet, contacted the AES specifically because of his
interest in aquaculture.

In 2002 the UVI aquaponic system was
the topic of a television show that was
broadcast around the globe after a
Japanese film crew shot footage of the
system for a documentary which aired
on "Spaceship Earth" on TV-ASAHI in
Japan. The aquaponic systems devel-
oped at UVI continue to impress people
worldwide. "UVI is the world's leading
center in aquaponics," Dr. Rakocy says.


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Grn and cotrc acivt at 0 0a stedil inrese ove the pas 0e yer.Tels0heeyasumntn

in FY 2003 saw 00ciitu growth 0I inrae 00s ovrl awr voum fro $9. milo nY20t1.

milo in FY 2003 An in FY 203 0 sumite reuet fo mor fudn tha in any oteeriishsoy









Grant Review


Combined Awards

$20,000,000
18,000,000
16,000,000 -
14,000,000 -
S12,000,000 _

- 8,000,000 -_
6,000,000
4,000,000
2,000,000
0
FY 2001
$9,119,5(


* Local U Federal


FY 2002
)5 $12,035,906


Federal

Local

Total


FY 2001


$7,451,468

$ 1,668,037

$9,119,505


FY 2002


t 9


$ 8,942,893

$ 3,093,013

$12,035,906


FY 2003
$17,147,389


Federal Grants and Contracts

$14,000,000

12,000,000

S10,000,000 -
0
- 8,000,000

T 6,000,000

S 4,000,000 -

2,000,000

0


FY 2001
$7,451,468


FY 2002
$8,942,893


Local Grants and Contracts

$4,500,000
4,000,000
3,500,000
3,000,000
o 2,500,000
S2,000,000
S1,500,000 -
1,000,000
500,000
0 -


FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003

Federal $7,451,468 $ 8,942,893 $13,093,883


FY 2003
$13,093,883


FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003

Local $ 1,668,037 $ 3,093,013 $4,053,506


FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003
$1,668,037 $3,093,013 $4,053,506

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FY 2003


$13,093,883

$ 4,053,506

$17,147,389







Financial Report



FY 2003'


Revenues
Tuition and Fees
Local Government Appropriations
Federal Grants and Contracts
Local Government Grants and Contracts
Private Gifts, Grants and Contracts
Investment Income
Sales and Services Reichhold Center
Sales and Services Other
Other sources
Capital Appropriations
Total Revenues

Expenses
Labor
Benefits
Scholarships
Utilities
Professional and Honorarial / Contracts
Occupancy and Maintenance
Insurance
Minor Equipment / Furniture Expense
Purchases for Resale
Auxiliary Capital Expenses
Purchase of Capital Assets
Supplies and Other
Debt Service
Amortization
Depreciation Expense
Mandatory Restricted Funds
Total Expenses

NET (INCOME) / LOSS


$ 7,277,431.63
$ 24,710,180.21
$ 13,339,440.60
$ 2,099,293.33
$ 907,057.63
$ 525,729.18
$ 785,394.04
$ 2,801,539.75
$ 182,147.91
$ 3,073,692.88
$ 55,701,907.16


$ 23,257,871.11
$ 6,099,623.02
$ 4,445,445.48
$ 1,742,786.45
$ 7,152,064.25
$ 341,032.61
$ 1,735,880.34
$ 194,281.98
$ 1,549,166.73
$ 0.00
$ 2,283,705.46
$ 2,560,308.39
$ 1,562,705.53
$ 98,525.37
$ 3,740,524.09
$ 0.00
$ 56,763,920.81

$(1,062,013.65)


Revenues by Source
Local Government Appropriations (51%) $ 27,783,873.09
Grants and Contracts (29%) $ 16,345,791.56
Investment Income (1%) $ 525,729.18
Auxiliary Enterprises (6%) $ 3,586,933.79
Other Sources (<1%) $ 182,147.91
Tuition and fees (13%) $ 7,277,431.63
Total $ 55,701,907.16


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* Unaudited


a.








Expenditures by Function

* Salaries and Benefits (51%)
Scholarships (8%)
* Utilities (3%)
* Supplies and Other Services (30%)
SOther Expenses (1%)
* Depreciation Expense (7%)
Total


$ 29,357,494.13
$ 4,445,445.48
$ 1,742,786.45
$ 17,184,863.31
$ 292,807.35
$ 3,740,524.09
$ 56,763,920.81


Operating Revenues
Tuition and Fees (Net of Scholarship Allowance of $239,824.00)
Federal Grants and Contracts
State Grant and Contracts
Auxiliary Enterprises
Reichhold Center
Other Operating Revenues
Total Operating Revenues

Operating Expenses
Salaries:
Faculty
Exempt Staff
Non-exempt Wages
Benefits
Scholarships and Other Services
Utilities
Supplies and Other Services
Depreciation
Other Expenses
Total Operating Expenses
Operating Loss

Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)
Local Government Appropriation
Gifts
Net Investment Income
Interest on Indebtedness
Net Operating Revenues
Loss Before Other Revenues
Capital Appropriations


Decrease in Net Assets


7,277,432.00
13,339,441.00
2,099,293.00
2,801,540.00
785,394.00
182,148.00
26,485,247.00


$ 7,573,654.00
$ 9,173,001.00
$ 6,511,216.00
$ 6,099,623.00
$ 4,445,445.00
$ 1,742,786.00
$ 15,622,158.00
$ 3,740,524.00
$ 292,807.00
$ 55,201,215.00
$(28,715,968.00)


$ 24,710,180.00
$ 907,058.00
$ 525,729.00
$ (1,562,706.00)
$ 24,580,261.00
$ (4,135,707.00)
$ 3,073,693.00

$ (1,062,014.00)


Financial Report

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President's Cabinet


Provost
Gwen-Marie Moolenaar, Ph.D.


Chancellor, St. Thomas Campus
John Leipzig, Ph.D.


Vice President for Administration & Finance
Vincent Samuel, M.B.A.


Executive Director Research & Technology Park
Malcolm Kirwan, M.B.A.


Chancellor, St. Croix Campus
Jennifer Jackson, M.L.S.


Special Assistant to the President
Deborah Fontaine, Ph.D.


Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Joseph Boschulte, M.B.A


Vice Provost for Research & Public Service
Henry Smith, Ph.D., J.D.


Chief Information Officer
Elizabeth Waldon Heyliger, B.A.


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