Carol Stryker, Arts ’72, and her husband Harry retired after 39 years of teaching in the Pater-son, N.J., public schools. They will rebuild their home and make new memories with family and friends on the Jersey Shore.
Eric Robert Weh, Arts ’09, received a doctor of philosophy degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Dr. Lance Richey, Grad ’95, Grad ’04, is dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Univer-sity of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Ind., where he lives with his wife Carol and their five children.
Robert Duffy, Arts ’81, Law ’84, of Milwaukee was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Warren G. Hahn, P.E., Eng ’59, was re-elected chair of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.
Melissa Huerta, Grad ’06, is an assistant professor of Spanish and Latino studies at Denison University in Granville, Ohio.
Leslie (Biggins) Mollsen, Comm ’90, was ranked the country’s third most effective fundraising consultant by Michael Chapman, ambassador of giving and creator of #WhyiGive, one of Twitter’s most popular social media chats about philanthropy. She is the only woman in the top five on the 40-person list. She is owner and CEO of the American […]
Thomas J. Schellinger, Arts ’76, was re-elected to the Waukesha County Board and serves on the land use, and health and human services committees.
Kent Rosenwald, H Sci ’10, received a doctor of medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a pediatrics resident at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
Matthew Huster, Bus Ad ’01, is a litigation attorney at Morgan & Morgan in Atlanta.