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.
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 […]
Kay Gilbert, Sp ’78 and Roger Kohn: on Dec. 19, 2015. Kay and Roger have been together since 1991 and live in Manhattan Beach, Calif.
David C. Stangel, Dent ’78
Terry Kelly, Arts ’78 ran for re-election as township assessor in Palatine, Ill.
Joanne E. York, PT ’78
Martha A. Matesich, Sp ’78
Katherine I. Hearn, Nurs ’78
John Zautcke, Eng ’78 retired after 26 years as an emergency physician at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Kevin Mooney, Sp ’78 published a two volume poetry series, The Wandering Crane with Leprechaun Inc. publishers. He was invited to install “Field of Poetry,” a multidimensional art installation at the largest art festival in the country, ArtPrize in Grad Rapids, Mich.