Maurice O. Wallace

Maurice O. Wallace, LA89,an associate professor of English at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, penned King’s Vibrato: Modernism, Blackness, and the Sonic Life of Martin Luther King Jr. (Duke University Press Books, September 2022). In his book, he explores the character of Martin Luther King Jr.’s voice and how a mixture of architecture, acoustics, sound technology and […]

Sandra (Fullerton) Joireman

Sandra (Fullerton) Joireman, LA89, who studies post-conflict property restitution, interviewed people in Oman whose families had lost property in the Zanzibar Revolution of 1964. One of the interviewees for her research project was a WashU grad, and the two had an enjoyable conversation about their great experiences at the university. Joireman is the Weinstein Chair […]

Dean VonDras

Dean VonDras, GR89, GR93, a professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, co-wrote Music, Wellness, and Aging: Defining, Directing, and Celebrating Life (Cambridge University Press, October 2021). The book discusses the intersection between music, wellness and aging, and explores deeper aspects of human nature and later life.

Sandra Cohen

Sandra Cohen, LA89, is a founding partner in the New York City law firm Cohen & Buckmann, P.C. The firm was named a Top Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Firm by Chambers & Partners, a UK-based company considered by many to publish the most researched and coveted rankings of top law firms and lawyers in […]

Susan (Pollack) Burns

Susan (Pollack) Burns, FA89, designed a four-panel, stained-glass window, “Seasons of Joy,” which was commissioned and recently dedicated by congregation Ohr Tzafon, Atascadero, Calif. Burns writes that her first experience with large-scale graphics was designing the façade mural for the 1986 Thurtene Carnival.

Julie (Sirkin) Blake

Julie (Sirkin) Blake, LA89, GR91, was elected mayor of Hopewell Township, N.J., Jan. 4, 2021. First elected to the Township Committee in 2015, Blake now oversees the municipal government with particular responsibilities for public safety, the board of health and the historic preservation commission.

Julia Weber

Julia Weber, LA89, SW94, LW94, is implementation director with Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence and teaches domestic violence law at Golden Gate University School of Law. Weber recently co-authored “Dramatic Spike in Firearm Sales During COVID-19 Endangers Survivors,” which appeared in Family & Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly. She lives in San Francisco with […]

Greg Stewart

Greg Stewart, GM89, is senior vice president of scientific affairs at Sio Gene Therapies (formerly Axovant), in New York City, supporting the development of gene therapy for neurological disorders.

Lynne (Rubenstein) Sorkin

Lynne (Rubenstein) Sorkin, AR89, GA91, joined the Chicago office of FGM Architects as principal, working on the firm’s PK-12 school design team. Previously, Sorkin was director of the education practice for bKL Architecture and an owner’s representative for large, multiyear capital improvement programs.

CB Knoepfle

CB Knoepfle, EN89, self-published Dice or Die: Investigations into a Fantasy Campaign Milieu (World Audiences Inc., 2020). The book takes a plunge into a productive fantasy campaign milieu discussion and features an in-depth, eclectic examination of classes, denizens, communities, milieu, campaigns and more. 
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