David Wiatrowski, Eng ’87, was awarded the 2016 Motorola Solutions Business Patent of the Year by Motorola Solutions, Inc. for US Patent Numbers 8,139,597 “Method for trunking radio frequency resources” and 8,045,499 “Method of communicating which channel is to be monitored by subscriber units that are idle in a communication system.” David joined Motorola in […]
John Scott Lewinski, Jour ’91 is a freelance journalist writing regularly for the BBC, The Atlantic, Time, Playboy, Men’s Health, Popular Science, Modern Luxury and Esquire.
Rich Rovito, Bus Ad ’87, received the Gold Award from the Milwaukee Press Club for Best Sports Story of the Year for “Brotherhood of Bruisers,” a story that appeared in Milwaukee Magazine focusing on the Milwaukee area’s outlandish local professional wrestling scene. He co-wrote the story with fellow Marquette University graduate Tom Conroy, Comm ’16.
Kirk Tuson, Grad ’86, just celebrated the 45th anniversary of Stay-Lite Lighting as well as the company’s 240% growth in the past four years.
Paul Stillmank, Eng ’85, was named among “Silicon Review’s 50 Best Companies To Watch in 2017,” which identifies companies that provide innovative enterprise solutions by established solution providers and upcoming hot enterprises for technology decision makers.
Dan Mueller, Jour ’85, is vice president and chief development officer at the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin and is recipient of the Scott M. Cutlip Professional Fundraiser Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Brian Mulligan, Jour ’83, was named vice president of operations for Sharpe Contractors, a regional commercial builder based in the Atlanta suburb of Suwanee, Ga.
William T. Purdue, Arts ’83, Law ‘1986 retired after 30 years of active and reserve service in the U. S. Navy, Judge Advocate Generals Corp. He has accepted the position of deputy general counsel — litigation for U.S. Steel Corp. in Pittsburgh.
Regina Dixon-Reeves, Jour ’82, participated in the inaugural cohort of the University of Pennsylvania’s MSI Aspiring Leaders Program. The Aspiring Leaders Program is a two-year fellowship that prepares a diverse group of leaders to serve as presidents of minority-serving Institutions. The fellowship includes participating in a forum, working on a capstone project, and matching with […]
Marie Revenew, Jour ’82, was selected to join the Denver Zoo executive team as its vice president for marketing and public relations. She brings more than fifteen years of experience in marketing and communications, involving management positions from several different companies. Prior to joining the Denver Zoo, Revenew served as Group Marketing and Communications Director […]