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Lawson Receives Outstanding Greek Alumnus Award from Appalachian

102902lawson_dl.jpgby Crystal Thompson

B. Thomas Lawson Jr. of Winston-Salem has received Appalachian State University’s Outstanding Greek Alumnus Award.

Lawson is a vice president with Bank of America. He was associate vice chancellor of the Division of University Advancement at Appalachian from 1994-96 and director of development and campaign director from 1987-94. He also has been executive vice president of the Winston-Salem Foundation.

He graduated from Appalachian in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in history and received a master of arts in higher education administration degree in 1987.

He was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha International Fraternity and was chapter consultant from 1982-84.

He served as a field representative for the collegiate fraternity, and traveled in the United States and Canada to provide support to alumni and undergraduate chapters to facilitate leadership-training workshops and organize new undergraduate chapters.

Lawson was a member of the Order of Omega, 1986-96, advisor for the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, 1986-89, and Phi Mu Fraternity, 1990-96.