Steven Rose, SW75, recently retired and was granted the status of professor emeritus at George Mason University.
Rick Welker, EN75, is leading an active retired life of traveling, dining, cycling, hiking and caring for and enjoying his pets.
Mark Kramer, GA75, and his wife, Margi, wrote and illustrated a children’s book, Molli & Me and the Family Tree. The book is about a whimsical girl, a nostalgic mom and a wise old family tree that take a journey back in time, revealing beloved ancestors who mysteriously appear as root vegetables and imaginative characters. […]
James Langenfeld, GR75, GR83, joined the Berkeley Research Group as a managing director in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. He provides economic analyses and expert testimony for litigation, regulatory actions and economic policy as part of the firm’s antitrust and competition policy practice. During his 30-year career, Langenfeld has handled antitrust work for the Federal […]
Khan Zahid, GR75, is seeking a publisher for his completed memoir, which includes sweeping adventures that span six countries in three continents.
David Mason, AR75, was appointed to the board of directors of The Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. Mason’s civil and structural engineering firm is stewarding the site development for projects for The Mann’s 22-acre campus in Fairmount Park.
Charles Medalie, GR75, is retired and living in Moreno Valley, Calif., holding his breath until COVID-19 goes away.
Robert Lowes, LA75, a longtime journalist, published his first collection of poetry, An Honest Hunger: Poems (Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2020), which reviewers called “a joyful dance with everyday life” and “a book of great heart.” In the book’s acknowledgment, Lowes credits the late Donald Finkel, a poet and professor of English literature at WashU, […]
George J. Kimmerle, AR75, earned a doctoral degree in urban planning and public policy from Rutgers University in May 2020. He founded his New York City and New Jersey architectural, urban design and planning practice in 1990. A former faculty member of New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate, Kimmerle is a visiting lecturer […]