Gabrielle Farrell ’12 was named the communications associate in public relations for Project Bread, an anti-hunger organization. In her role, Farrell will conduct media and community outreach to make the public aware of the new solutions in hunger relief spearheaded by Project Bread. Farrell was a Crimson Summer Academy scholar at Harvard University in 2004 and […]
Archive for November, 2012
Sari Horwitz ’79, investigative reporter for the Washington Post, was featured on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews for her reporting work on the David Petraeus’s investigation. Horwitz joined The Post’s investigations unit in 2006 after 23 years at the newspaper, where she had reported on crime, homeland security, education, and social services. She has been […]
Joan Connelly, M.A. ’79, Ph.D. ’84, was featured on ABC’s Born to Explore for her work as director of Yeronisos Island Excavations in Cyprus. The 30-minute special, titled “Cleopatra’s Secret,” aired on Oct. 27 and will repeat on the morning of Dec. 15. Check local listings for showtime. For a preview of the episode, check out the Born to Explore website.
Mercedes K. Meyer ’88 was inducted as secretary of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) on Oct. 27 and will serve a one-year post. Meyer is a partner in Drinker Biddle’s Intellectual Property practice group. Meyer focuses her extensive practice on biotechnology and pharmaceutical patent prosecution. Immediately prior to her appointment as AIPLA secretary, […]
Jennifer W. Campbell, Ph.D. ’05, was quoted in an article in the New York Times’ health blog, The New Old Age, about elderly adults in times of natural disasters and crisis. This interview came about when Campbell, a former director of the Hurricane Fund for the Elderly, wrote an article for the American Society of […]
At an induction ceremony in Cambridge, Mass., on Oct. 6, Joanna Semel Rose ’52 was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences for her years of philanthropy work. The American Academy is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious learned societies, and an independent research center that draws from its members’ expertise […]
Laurie Fenlason ’87, Anne Kauth ’11, Fatu Badiane ’07, Theresa Kim ’01, and Kyra Turner-Zogbekor , GSSWSR ’12, attended a four-day Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) conference held in Paris in October.