Jim Holliman, MD79, in May was elected president of the Penn State College of Medicine Emeritus Faculty Organization.
Warren Ashworth, AR79, wrote his first historical novel, We, the House (Blue Cedar Press, October 2021), with his wife, Susan Kander. The novel is set in the Italianate balloon-framed house that Ashworth’s great-grandfather built in Newton, Kan., in 1878. A professor of design and architectural history at the New York School of Interior Design, Ashworth […]
Gary Feldman, LA79, a shareholder with Boston law firm Davis Malm, was named to the 2021 Massachusetts Super Lawyers list.
David McLain, HS79, was awarded the master designation by the American College of Rheumatology, one of the highest honors bestowed on members who have made outstanding contributions to the field. He originated and continues to be the symposium director of the Congress of Clinical Rheumatology, the second-largest annual rheumatology meeting in the United States. McLain […]
Nancy Ellis-Ordway, SW79, coedited Weight Bias in Health Education: Critical Perspectives for Pedagogy and Practice (Routledge, September 2021), in addition to writing one chapter and co-writing two others. She is also the author of Thrive at Any Weight: Eating to Nourish Body, Soul, and Self-Esteem (Praeger, 2019). Ellis-Ordway has a private psychotherapy practice in Jefferson City, Mo.
Scott Serota, HA79, is an executive adviser for Castlight Health, focusing on product and market strategy as well as new opportunities in the health-plan market. Serota retired as CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield Association at the end of 2020.
Lucinda Marshall, AR79, is an artist, writer, activist and founder of the DiVerse Gaithersburg Poetry Reading and Open Mic. She penned a new collection of poetry, Inheritance of Aging Self (Finishing Line Press, 2021), exploring the impact of the aging, illness and death of elder loved ones, and our grieving for them, on our sense […]
Steven Boggs, MD, LA79, is chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. He and his program directorre-established a residency program at the center after an 18-year hiatus. Boggs has served as president of the Tennessee State Society of Anesthesiologists and continues his work on developing a training curriculum […]
Stephanie Stevens, GR79, has worked as a volunteer trustee, vice chair and chairman for several nonprofits in the United Kingdom. She is completing a certificate of executive leadership at Oxford University’s Said Business School. Stevens writes that WashU is a superb university, where she earned her most cherished degree. She lives in the Wiltshire countryside in […]
Joan Naylor, OT79, is retired from occupational therapy and has a new focus: volunteering to help refugees. She and her husband have volunteered in multiple locales, including the Calais Jungle refugee and migrant encampment in France and at Camp Moria in Lesvos island, Greece. Scheduled to return to Lesvos in June 2020, they were unable […]
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