Classical guitarist Nathan Bredeson was named to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s (CBC) sixth annual “30 Hot Classical Musicians Under 30” list. The 25 year-old from Vancouver, B.C. established the Ottawa Guitar Trio with his former classmates François Lacelle and Alex Bougie and their… Read More
Paul Roback was recently promoted to professor in the Department of Community Resource Development at the University of Wisconsin-Extension. For more than 17 years, he has provided research and education in organizational development, local government, and community development. Additionally, he… Read More
Jack Porter was re-appointed for an additional three years as a research associate to the Davis Center for Russian Studies at Harvard University to study the life of Golda Meir.
Clara Statz Fairfax (’76 MA German) received a 45-year membership pin and certificate at a recent Deutsch-Amerikanischer National Kongress (DANK) meeting. She also received a President’s Award for her outstanding commitment and dedication to the DANK Chapter in Milwaukee.
On April 3, Keri Duce was elected to the School District of Menomonee Falls Board of Education. She will serve a three year term and is on the Communications and Finance Committee.
PNC Bank, N.A. announced the recent appointment of Alexander Kasprzak to vice president for Business Banking. In his role, he will manage and develop business banking relationships for clients in Elm Grove, New Berlin, Wauwatosa and the greater Milwaukee region…. Read More
In October 2016, George Koelsch published his book Requirements Writing for System Engineering from Apress.
Marc S. Rodriguez (BA ’93 History) was promoted to Professor at Portland State University. He is a faculty member in the history department and editor of the Pacific Historical Review.
After working for Child Protective Services for 10 years, Vicki Gail Bonassin wrote the book “Child Protective Services: The Globalization of Chaos and Misfortune,” using the pen name of Bea Kapinski.
A recent graduate of Georgetown Law as a Public Interest Law Fellow, Colleen Cullen is also a Pro Bono Honoree, and the recipient of the Greenfield Trial Practice Award and Foltz Award for Extraordinary Dedication. Upon passing the bar, she… Read More