J. Stuart Showalter, LW71, published the 10th edition of his textbook, The Law of Healthcare Administration (Health Admin. Press, 2023). In the 1990s he taught health law in the Health Administration Program of Washington University School of Medicine and also taught the subject at Saint Louis University, the University of Central Florida, San Diego State University and La […]
Joe Madison, LA71, LW19, was selected as a recipient of the Council Award of Special Recognition from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). Madison was honored as part of the ASALH’s efforts to defend the teaching of Black history in Florida and to support the citizens, teachers and scholars who are […]
Bruce Levenson, LA71, was named chairperson of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s 30th anniversary commemoration, to be held April 20 in Washington, D.C.
Joseph Heyman, GR71, GR75, in 2022 was inducted into NASA’s Langley Research Center Hall of Honor, a prestigious accomplishment. The 105-year-old center has had more than 10,000 employees, only 60 of whom have been tapped for this recognition. Heyman’s visionary work as an inventor and leader in nondestructive evaluation to test aircraft and spacecraft materials […]
Joe Madison, LA71, LW19, signed a new, multiyear deal to continue hosting “Joe Madison, The Black Eagle” exclusively on SiriusXM. The program airs weekdays, 6-10 a.m. ET, on Urban View channel 126. A member of the National Radio Hall of Fame and a civil rights activist, Madison is the former national political director of the NAACP.
Karen Fairbank, LA71, LW75, GR84, retired in May 2022 from Thomas Jefferson School, a coed day and boarding college prep school in St. Louis, after 38 years as director of college counseling, an advanced placement U.S. history and English teacher, and director of student activities. Nearly 200 alumni, parents, current students, staff and friends attended […]
Elliott Seif, GR71, wrote Teaching for Lifelong Learning: How to Prepare Students for a Changing World (Solution Tree Press, 2021). The book examines recent advances in learning research; suggests four goals for preparing students to be successful in a changing and uncertain world; and describes practical ideas and strategies for instruction, assessment and curriculum design. […]
Jim Oliver, BU71, and his wife, Debbie, have continued their big adventure by relocating from California to the north shore of Kauai, Hawaii. Oliver writes that “the nearest traffic light is 22 miles away, the temperature is always the same and the grandkids live five minutes down the road.” He says, “Aloha from paradise!”
James Marx, EN71, retired after 43 years with infrastructure consulting firm AECOM and moved to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with his wife, Cynthia (Lowrey) Marx, LA71. He plays tennis as often as possible.
Chung-Kwang Chou, SI71, earned the IEEE Standards Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his participation and leadership in the IEEE International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety for almost five decades.
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