His Chicago-based business helps organizations grow. Daniel Weinfurter tells us how to do the same.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Peter Ullrich, Arts ’84, saw patients suffer through long recoveries. He did something about it.
Yollande Tchouapi Deacon’s hunger for home cooking launched Afro Fusion Cuisine.
Ivy Awino, Comm ’13, is breaking barriers in the NBA as the first female DJ for the Dallas Mavericks.
Mike Baxendale, Sp ’89, cohost of Bax & O’Brien radio talk show, closed 2016 with a food frenzy.
Matthew Costello, Grad ’11, ’16, inaugurated a new career in Washington, D.C., — senior historian for the White House Historical Association.
Bill Kraus, Comm ’92, honors American heroes, BBQ style.
Because Joan (O’Connor) Brennan, Nurs ’81, a trained school psychologist heard a comment 14 years ago.
He answers the phone “Dr. Lloyd Walton,” which would elicit a delighted chuckle from Coach Hank Raymonds.
Marjee Chmiel, Arts ’99, Grad ’03, helps teachers create a sense of discovery in the classroom by creating curriculum inspired by the Smithsonian Institute.