After a nationwide search, Dr. Ellen J. Censky has been named President and CEO of the Milwaukee Public Museum. Censky, who has served as interim President and CEO since September of 2018, was selected through an extensive search process that… Read More
Erika Pliner received the 2019 Pre-doctoral Young Scientist award from the American Society of Biomechanics (ASB) in recognition of the scientific achievements in her work determining individual, environmental, and biomechanical factors that contribute to ladder fall risk. She takes a… Read More
Published author J.A. Gasperetti returns to the literary limelight with the release of his second novel, “The Seal’s Lair,” (published by AuthorHouse). The historical fiction book follows an attempt to stop vile individuals from executing a malevolent action plan.
Steve Raasch, AIA, LEED-AP, EDAC and current president of Zimmerman Architectural Studios, has been nominated as the firm’s new Chief Executive Officer.
Makiia Lucier earned significant critical acclaim for her recent book “Isle of Blood and Stone.” In the book, old wounds are reopened when a mysterious map surfaces, sending a royal cartographer on a dangerous quest. It was named a “Best… Read More
Rebecca Patterson was recently selcted for the 2019 High Ground Veteran Advocacy Fellowship. She served six years in the US Navy (2005-2011) and deployed to the Persian Gulf in support of the War on Terrorism. Now she’s working to ensure… Read More
Stephen Powers has published his third book of poetry with Salmon Poetry, a distinguished poetry press based in Ireland. Entitled “All Seats Fifty Cents,” it is a tribute to nostalgia that projects reverence for Universal Monsters, Battlestar Galactica, The Incredible… Read More
Marquisa Wince was awarded the B.A. Rudolph Scholarship at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. The Foundation awards this $12K scholarship annually to a student who best embodies the mission and values of a BA Woman. Marquisa… Read More
P. Rea Katz, PhD, PA-C (MS Anthropology 1988) was promoted to associate professor in the Department of Physician Assistant Practice at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science in North Chicago, IL. She is the Associate Vice President of Faculty… Read More
Jeffrey Perso recently published his debut novel, Water Bodies. It chronicles the comic, futile and doomed social and political responses to an inexplicable plague of drownings while simultaneously addressing both a tragic ancestral dynamic and a seemingly inevitable, oncoming environmental… Read More