My advice for those considering college: College is an invaluable experience but attend with a purpose.
Joseph R. Weiland (UW ’86) of Arlington Financial Advisors Named to Board of Trustees of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County
Joseph R. Weiland, the managing partner of Arlington Financial Advisors, is honored by his recent appointment to the Board of Trustees of The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County.
Robert A. Scott, B.A., 1987, is now an assistant attorney general in the civil litigation division of the Office of the Attorney General of Maryland.
Scott Angus was among four people slated to be inducted into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame in November.
UW-Madison graduate Hans Obma has recently booked a slew of foreign roles in Hollywood. Since 2017 he played Hungarian, French, German and Croatian characters on primetime television shows. Obma is currently recurring as German-speaking “Adrian” on Better Call Saul (AMC), the acclaimed prequel to Breaking Bad.
University of Wisconsin Alumni Named to Seventh Annual Jewish “36 Under 36” List: Solly Kane, Blake Roter
University of Wisconsin alumni Solly Kane, 29 and Blake Roter, 34 have been named to the seventh annual “Double Chai in the Chi: 36 Under 36” list of young Jewish movers and shakers in Chicago.
Chris Henjum joined the law firm of Kennedy & Graven, Chartered, and will practice in the Public Finance group as bond counsel.
The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) has selected Mary Annette Pember as the recipient of the 2018 NAJA-Medill Milestone Achievement Award.
When travel journalist John Bordsen (1975, JBA) caught wind of the Madison Reunion event, a remembrance of the turbulent 1960s years on campus, held June 14-16 at the Memorial Union and other Madison locations, he knew it had national appeal.
Lester Chen was selected by Forbes as a member of 30 Under 30/class 2018.