The law firm of Aronberg Goldgehn Davis & Garmisa has promoted Benjamin E. Haskin to Member of the firm, effective January 1, 2020.
The New York Times featured writer James Norton (’99) and photographer Rebecca Dilley (’02) in a story about Friendsgiving celebrations.
David Joseph Marcou, BA-’73, Wisconsin’s Most Prolific Author’s Personal & Professional Accomplishments As of 12-7-19
David Joseph Marcou has lived in London (1981), Seoul (1984-87), and US Midwest. He is a writer and documentary photographer of 1, 500 articles/essays/features; author of 15 plays, hundreds of poems, and 205+ books so far, including the award-winning 120+vol. ‘Spirit of America’ series.
Dennis Taylor passed away May 21, 2019.
Evelyn Lecia Keaton ’91, BA in History/History of Culture; Iron Cross class of ’90; WUD Theatre Arts; was selected for inclusion in the Lawyers of Distinction 2019 class for her work as a lawyer in the transportation law field in a logistics/ CDL subspecialty.
Patrick C. Coaty, University of Wisconsin Alumni has Been awarded AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship with the Department of State
Patrick C. Coaty, University of Wisconsin and Claremont Graduate University Ph.D. (1997) has been awarded a AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF) with a placement at the United States Department of State.
University of Wisconsin – Madison Graduate Co-Founds First “Legacy Preservation” Startup: Sarah Anderson
UW-Madison graduate Sarah Anderson (1999) is celebrating one year since she co-founded Kinetic Legacy LLC to help guide businesses, brands and institutions towards a path of “legacy preservation.”
Dan Hoppe, a teacher at Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH), has been named the 2019 Wisconsin History Teacher of the Year, an award presented annually by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to K-12 American history education.
Todd A. Diacon, who earned his MA in History (‘83), and Ph.D in History (‘87), has been named the thirteenth President of Kent State University.
Dr. Ed Anhalt (BS ’67) giving monies to Susan G. Komen Foundation and Guitars for Vets from sales of most recent book.