Robert D. Brooks

Robert D. Brooks, LA59, has taken up full-time residence in Connestee Falls, near Brevard, N.C., after the passing of his wife, Kathleen Swann Brooks.

Edward P. Ortleb

Edward P. Ortleb, GR59, GR63, who for 30 years was the science supervisor for the St. Louis Public Schools, was tapped by the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) for its highest honor, the Robert H. Carleton Award. The award recognizes teachers who have made outstanding contributions to and provided leadership in science and education at the national level […]

Del Schwinke

Del Schwinke, BU59, in late 2019 was tapped by the Advertising Club of Greater St. Louis for its Lifetime Achievement Award. The award recognizes dedicated leadership and outstanding service to the St. Louis advertising community. Schwinke has taught advertising in University College since 1999.

Gary Waldman

Gary Waldman, LA59, retired from teaching physics after 30 years at St. Louis Community College. He maintains a website, “The Liberal Hour” (, which he describes as “the project of a retired physics professor — using statistics and quantitative data to puncture conservative myths.”

Stephen Hoyt

Stephen Hoyt, EN59, retired after 25 years at Ameren.