Tobias T. Gibson, GR01, GR06, is the co-editor, with Kurt W. Jefferson, of Contextualizing Security: A Reader (University of Georgia Press, August 2022). A collection of original essays, primary source lectures and previously published material in the overlapping fields of security studies, political science, sociology, journalism and philosophy, the textbook offers graduate and undergraduate students […]
Christopher Stetler, LA01, returned to Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP as a partner in its litigation department. He previously served for one year as a law clerk to the Hon. Amy J. St. Eve, who was then a U.S. district court judge, and for 11 years as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Northern District of […]
Pratik Patel, LA01, GR04, is vice president of marketing for ICBiome (Innovative Computing for Biomedical Sciences), a provider of cloud-based genomics software that assists hospitals in combatting pathogens. Patel has built and launched more than 50 FDA-cleared medical products to market and led marketing teams in building brand awareness, generating demand and empowering sales to […]
Jayson Johnson, LA01, was elected to the San Francisco Ballet’s board of trustees.
Jill Downen, GF01, shares that her work, “Speak Truth,” was exhibited from Nov. 19, 2021–March 5, 2022, at the Bruno David Gallery in St. Louis. Downen’s artworks in the exhibit reveal patterns of meaning in value systems such as identity, family and the importance of voice. Website: www.artsy.net/partner/bruno-david-gallery
Kate Van Steenhuyse, FA01, was appointed chief programs officer of the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, the official state arts agency of Kansas. In this role, she manages grantmaking, program development, and arts and cultural community and economic development strategy. Van Steenhuyse still serves as the executive director of Harvester Arts, the artist-run space she co-founded […]
Songbai Ji, SI01, SI03, SI03, was promoted to professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. A member of the faculty and tenured since 2016, he has taught a wide range of courses. His research focuses on computational modeling and medical imaging for the study of traumatic brain injury and surgical image […]
Cliff Holekamp, GB01, is expanding operations for Cultivation Capital, the early-stage venture-capital firm that he co-founded. Before launching the firm, Holekamp was on the faculty of Olin Business School and led the entrepreneurship program to a No. 1 world ranking. He and his wife, Megan (Kolbrener) Holekamp, BU99, reside in Greenville, S.C.
Luke Epplin, LA01, released his first book, Our Team: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series that Changed Baseball (Flatiron Books, 2021). The book was profiled by NPR, People Magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Times and The Washington Post. The Wall Street Journal praised both Epplin and his work: […]
Liz (Connolly) Zimmerly, EN01, relocated with her family to the Chicago area and now works with ComEd managing new-construction energy-efficiency programs. Previously, she worked eight years with the nation’s greenest utility, Seattle City Light.
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