Col. Michael M. Walker, Bus Ad ’78 published The 1929 Sino-Soviet War: The War Nobody Knew, published by the University Press of Kansas, giving the first clear and complete account of a little-known but consequential clash of great powers between the World Wars.
Randy Nelson, Law ’77 was selected to be in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America for his work with trusts and estates at Weiss Berzowski LLP. He joined von Briesen & Roper S.C. as a shareholder in the Milwaukee office. His practice focuses on estate planning, family business planning, advising service corporations […]
Tim Cowen, Eng ’75 retired from his position as senior combat systems analyst from GP Strategies Corp. He retired from the Navy in 1994.
Larry Conner, Arts ’75, Grad ‘1978 was awarded the Distinguished Public Advocate Award by the Oregon Counseling Association in honor of 10 years of successful political work on behalf of the counseling profession in Oregon. He has been instrumental in writing and passing five statutes on behalf of Oregon counselors. One of the statutes gave […]
Rev. L. John Topel, S.J., Grad ’73 is Jesuit assistant to the law school dean at Seattle University. He previously served as pastor for 13 years in the Seattle Archdiocese.
Dennis Sell, Bus Ad ’72 published a 400-page coffee table-sized book with nearly 300 pictures titled The Glory Days of Algoma High School Boys’ Basketball, 1948–1968, and a Fond Look Back at Algoma’s “Good Old Days”.
Edward Pontacoloni, Arts ’72, Edu ‘1972 received a bronze medal in the Reader’s Favorite 2016 International Book Award Contest. He received the award in the animal fiction category for his work Rooster. He is an attorney, outdoorsman and general counsel to the Dr. John E. Flaherty Field Trial Clubs Association Inc.
Ronald Hofer, Arts ’72, Law ‘1981 was named a distinguished professor by the National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. He is the first distinguished professor in NJC’s 53-year history and has taught there since 1994.
Rhaoul Guillaume, Eng ’71 received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Richard Rakita, Law ’70 joined von Briesen & Roper S.C. as counsel in the Milwaukee office. He focuses on real estate transactions and litigation, and business law.