Liz Venatta, Grad ’14, is one of 33 fellows in Challenge Detroit, a yearlong program focused on attracting and retaining talent in Detroit to spur revitalization.
Jerome Klinkowitz, Arts ’66, Grad 67, authored Frank Lloyd Wright and His Manner of Thought. The book examines Wright’s books, essays and lectures and shows how he emerged from the 19th century to anticipate the 21st.
Bill Grimes , Jour ’81, received the Robert M. Cole Award for best school board coverage at the Illinois Press Association convention in Springfield, Ill. It’s the third statewide first-place award he has won in more than 30 years of journalism.
Meghan Kennedy, Arts ’90, received a certificate of recognition from California State Assemblyman Curt Hagman for her service on behalf of Californians living with epilepsy. She was in the audience at the California State Assembly for the reading of ACR–113, a state resolution recognizing Purple Day, an international day of awareness for the condition.
Ryan Ruzziconi, Law ’03, is general counsel for Diplomat Pharmacy, one of the nation’s largest specialty pharmacies.
Philip Gloudemans, Arts ’74, completed his four-year term as board president of the Lynch/van Otterloo YMCA in Marblehead, Mass., one of the largest nonprofit organizations on Boston’s north shore. A board member since 2000, he also served on the capital campaign that helped build the 90,000-square-foot, $15 million facility that opened in 2009. He and […]
Romona Wenger, Nurs ’82, was promoted to vice president of customer programs at the McKesson Corp.
Susan Minahan, Law ’95, works in the corporate and finance practice group of Milwaukee’s Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.
Robert Jensen, H Sci ’07, after a trip last summer to Kenya, started a charity on Facebook called Helping the Athembo Clan, which provides educational funding for people he met there.
Jack Berg, Bus Ad ’51, retired after 63 years. He and his wife Carole founded the Service Filtration Corp., which they passed on to their four children.