Robert Glowacki, Arts ’93, Grad ’96, was named Nonprofit Executive of the Year in the Nonprofit Excellence Awards awarded by Milwaukee’s BizTimes.
Jennifer (Hollenbeck) Sarhaddi, Comm ’96, and Darius Sarhaddi, Arts ’96: sons Cameron Cyrus and Spencer Jack, Oct. 9, 2014. Both weighed more than 6 pounds and were 19 inches.
Tamara Brey, Eng ’96, pedaled her way through Italy this summer with a Ciclismo Classico tour group.
Amy Cattapan, Arts ’96, published her debut young-adult novel, Angelhood, with Vinspire Publishing. It follows 17-year-old guardian angel Nanette, who must protect high school freshman Vera from taking her own life.
Scott Niederjohn, Ph.D, Eng ’96, Grad ’98, is an economics professor and director of the Lakeland College Center for Economic Education in Plymouth, Wis. The center works with Wisconsin K–12 teachers to improve students’ economic and financial literacy. He was named Money Magazine Money Hero of the Month in December 2014.
Craig Simpson, Arts ’93, Arts ’96, is a Lilly Library manuscripts archivist and was curator of the spring 2015 exhibition 100 Years of Orson Welles: Master of Stage, Sound and Screen, which commemorates Welles’ theatre, radio and film achievements. He also co-directed the Orson Welles Symposium, held during the spring at Indiana University.
Christopher Scherer, Eng ’96, an attorney at Andrus Intellectual Property Law in Milwaukee, is serving a two-year term on the steering committee of the AIPPI–U.S. Division of the American Intellectual Property Law Association.
James W. Foley, Arts ’96,
Barbara A. Webster, Grad ’96,
Erika Baurecht, Law ’96, works in the real estate practice group of Milwaukee’s Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.