Alumni Notes

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  • Brenda R. Mayrack JD’08, MPA ’08 named Managing Director

    Brenda R. Mayrack JD’08, MPA ’08 is the Managing Director of Specialty Audit Services, LLC, in Narberth, Pennsylvania, a company that provides abandoned and unclaimed property auditing services to state governments.

  • Debra J. Perry Joins Assurant Board of Directors

    Ms. Perry was elected to Assurant’s board of directors in August 2017. She is the former senior managing director for global ratings and research at Moody’s Investors Service, a unit of Moody’s Corporation.

  • Darwin L. Mayfield, PhD obituary

    Darwin Lyell Mayfield PhD’50 died peacefully at his home in Pasadena, California, on April 29, 2017, at age 97.

  • UW-Madison Alumna Melinda Myers to Receive Prestigious National Hall of Fame Award

    Gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & columnist Melinda Myers will be inducted into the Hall of Fame of GWA: The National Association for Garden Communicators, the highest honor that can be given to a member of the association, on Aug. 7, 2017 during the 2017 GWA Annual Awards and Honors Dinner at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center in Buffalo, New York.

  • Al Herrman to Receive WALSAA Daluge Red Jacket Award

    A recently established Wisconsin Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni Association (WALSAA) tradition will continue at the WALSAA Football Fire-Up event on September 9 as the second WALSAA Daluge Red Jacket Award will be presented to Al Herrman.

  • Three Graduates Receive Teaching Fellowship: Sean Moore, LJ (Lawrence) Neumann, Sarah Timmler

    I’m pleased to announce that three University of Wisconsin, Madison graduates—Sean Moore, LJ Neumann, and Sarah Timmler—were chosen by the Knowles Teacher Initiative as members of its 2017 Cohort of Teaching Fellows. This year, 37 promising high school mathematics and science teachers who are just beginning their careers were awarded KSTF Teaching Fellowships.

  • Louise Pubols PhD’00

    Louise Pubols PhD’00 of Portland, Oregon, died on July 24, 2017 after a long battle with cancer. After finishing her PhD in History, she worked as a historian at the Autry Museum of the American West in Los Angeles (1999-2007), helping to transform it into a recognized scholarly institution.

  • Jamie Redmond selected as Fellow at World Business Chicago

    Redmond Construction Corp (RCC) is very excited to announce that our Director of Marketing & Strategy, Jamie Redmond, has been selected as a Fellow with World Business Chicago (WBC).

  • Meghan Busalacchi named Shareholder at Lichtsinn & Haensel: Meghan Busalacchi

    Meghan E. Busalacchi ’05 (Marquette Law ’09) has been named a Shareholder at the law firm of Lichtsinn & Haensel, S.C. in Milwaukee, WI. Meghan’s practice concentrates on complex commercial real estate, secured transactions, and general business representation. Way to go Meghan!

  • Anthony (Tony) Lamanna Takes the Reins of the Del E. Webb School of Construction at ASU

    Anthony (Tony) Lamanna MS’01, PhD’02 joined Arizona State University to provide leadership for the Del E. Webb School of Construction as the Program Chair and the Sundt Professor of Alternative Delivery Methods and Sustainable Development. This year he was also elected Fellow of the American Concrete Institute and Fellow of the American Society of Civil […]