Jim Rice, Arts ’75, Law 85, developed the website giantcheeseheads.com and published his third book, 92 Years! Bears–Packers 1921–2013.
Erica F. Blume, Arts ’08, was elected vice president of the Women Lawyers Association of Greater St. Louis, which supports and promotes women lawyers.
Barry Owen, Arts ’99, is a partner at Chicago’s Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona.
Dominic A. Montileone, Ed.D., Arts ’67, retired after serving for more than 35 years in secondary and higher education teaching and administrative roles. He was a tenured full professor in business administration and assistant vice president for academic affairs at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa. He contributed to the college’s undergraduate and graduate curriculum […]
Robert Campobasso, Arts ’05, is an associate attorney who focuses on the defense of toxic tort matters at Chicago’s Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney Ltd.
Michael O’Neil, Arts ’83, of the Chicago and Indianapolis offices of Taft Stettinius & Hollister was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Stephanie (Maier) Hawks, Arts ’08, is regional supervisor for Youth Villages Indiana, which serves Indianapolis-area children and families.
Elizabeth (Haynes) Poronsky, Arts ’99, studied diverse terrestrial, coastal and coral reef communities in Belize. She is a self-employed naturalist, photographer, writer and consultant in Tipp City, Ohio.
W. Nicholas Abraham, M. Div. Ph.D., Arts ’93, wrote I’m Limping Very Well, Thank You. He is a life coach, licensed practical counselor, motivational speaker and recording artist in Baton Rouge, La.
Susan Jans-Thomas, Arts ’77, Grad ’92, was awarded tenure and promoted to full professor at the University of West Florida in Pensacola, where she is director of the doctoral program in diversity studies. She is also director of the university’s Civil Rights Research Lab, which sponsors research studies and trips in the South.