Meaningful Contributions

Susan Horwitz ’58 Elected to the American Philosophical Society

Posted July 24, 2013
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Susan Horwitz ’58 was elected to the American Philosophical Society in the biological sciences class.  She is currently a professor and co-chair of the department of molecular pharmacology and chair in cancer research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Benjamin Franklin founded the American Philosophical Society in 1743 for the purpose of “promoting useful knowledge.” […]

Publication Prize Honors GSAS Alumna, Former Dean Mary Maples Dunn

Posted May 11, 2010
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The William and Mary Quarterly has established a new prize to honor Mary Maples Dunn, M.A ’56, Ph.D. ’59. The Mary Maples Dunn Prize will honor the best article in early American women’s history by an untenured scholar published in the William and Mary Quarterly that uses gender as a primary analytical category. After earning […]