Kevin Lawrence, PT ’76, was promoted to full professor at Tennessee State University in the Department of Physical Therapy and was awarded tenure.
Elissa Abatemarco Ruffino, Arts ’74, taught a marketing course “Brand Management” for the 2017 summer one session at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. She developed the course that was approved for three credits by JCU. She is an adjunct instructor at Marymount University in Arlington, Va. In 2016, she concluded a 23-year career in […]
Robert Chesney, Grad ’73, held a nature poetry workshop on Oct. 14, 2017 at Cedar Valley Retreat Center in West Bend, Wis.
Phil Gloudemans, Arts ’74 named Associate Director, University Communications, at Boston College (BC), following seven years as director of Strategic Communications at Brown University’s Annenberg Institute. Founded in 1863, BC is a Jesuit university with 14,000 students and nine schools and colleges, and competes in the NCAA’s Division 1 Atlantic Coast Conference. Phil lives in […]
Peter Borrelli Hall, Arts ’71, was appointed chief digital marketing architect at Incubation, Commercialization, and Acceleration Network of New York’s Hudson Valley. He specializes in providing assistance to entrepreneurs and businesses looking to launch new products and services. iCANny is committed to growing the regional technology ecosystem and supporting region-wide economic development with an emphasis […]
Richard Morrow, Arts ’69, and Carol Mrowiec, Arts ’69: married at the Church of the Gesu on May 27, 1967 and recently celebrated their 50th anniversary. Dick retired from UPS in 2002 after thirty-five years in management.
Dianne Enright Guest, Arts ’66, and John Guest, Bus Ad ’67: celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Pumping up the volume at the party were alumni Brian Eckl, Bus Ad ’68, Tom Dixon, Arts ’66, Mike Dennehy, Bus Ad ’67, Diane Browning Conway, Jour ’66, JoEllen Koesterer Stollenwerk, Sp ’66, Grad ’72, and James Gilmore, Bus […]
John Neumeier, Arts ’61, Arts ’87, choreographer and artistic director for the Hamburg Ballet, was engaged by the Lyric Opera of Chicago to create a new, modern production of “Orphee et Eurydice” to open the Lyric’s 63rd season in September.