River Campus Graduate
Michael Furey (MS), professor emeritus of mechanical
engineering at Virginia Tech, coauthored four of five papers presented at the
international World Tribology Congress III held in Washington, D.C., last fall.
Donald Goodenough (PhD) (see ’82 undergraduate).
Walter Cooper (PhD) received the 2005 Rotary Award,
the oldest civic honor in Rochester. Walter is cofounder of Rochester’s
Urban League and Action for a Better Community, as well as founder of Rochester’s
Sister City program with Bamako, Mali.
Carolyn McCamey McPherson (Mas) (see ’55
Val Evans Rathbone W (Mas) (see ’58 undergraduate).
Katharine Wilbur Le Mée (Mas) (see ’61
undergraduate). . . . Bruce McPherson W (Mas)
(see ’55 undergraduate).
Walter Carter (MA) is the author of No Greater
Sacrifice, No Greater Love: A Son’s Journey to Normandy, about his
father’s experiences in World War II. . . . Thomas
Sergiovanni W (EdD) is the author of Strengthening the Heartbeat:
Leading and Learning Together in Schools.
Mark Ain S (MBA), founder of the workforce management
company Kronos, was named executive chair of the board of directors.
Alan Lobel S (MBA) (see ’68 undergraduate).
. . . Joy Folkman Moss W (Mas) is the author of
Literature, Literacy, and Comprehension Strategies in the Elementary School.
Betty Lou Babcock Fisher W (Mas) (see ’50
David Epstein S (MBA) (see ’71 undergraduate).
. . . John Thompson W (Mas), an assistant professor
in educational computing at Buffalo State College, was elected to a second term
on the International Society for Technology in Education’s board of directors.
John also presented the paper “Issues, Questions, and Concerns Using Online
Learning in Graduate School” at the third annual International Conference
on Education and Information Systems in Orlando, Fla.
Mary Lou Renick Nickles W (MA) (see ’50
Dave Ragusa W (Mas) (see ’68 undergraduate).
N. Katherine Hayles (PhD), professor of English
at the University of California at Los Angeles, is the author of My Mother
Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts.
Chita Angeli Duval W (EdD) (see ’57 undergraduate).
Stephen Fantone (PhD) was appointed to the board
of directors of ROFIN-SINAR Technologies, a laser development and manufacturing
Richard Garth (MA) is executive director of the
nonprofit Little Theatre Film Society in Rochester.
Marc Voorhees S (MBA) is vice president of finance
for the North American operations of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Bradley Holcomb (MS) is senior vice president
of global materials and supply for Royal Group Technologies, a manufacturer
of polymer construction materials in Toronto. . . . Mike
Noto W (Mas) (see ’80 undergraduate). . . . Michael
Savarese (Mas) (see ’81 undergraduate).
Bobbie Britting S (MBA) is a senior analyst in
consumer lending at TowerGroup, a global financial services consulting firm
in Needham, Mass. . . . James Goodenough S (MBA)
(see ’82 undergraduate). . . . Mary Ho (MA),
president of the China Millennium Council, presented the 2005 National Women’s
Hall of Fame inductees, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Patricia Locke, and
Maya Lin, with the council’s Oneness of Humanity Award, for their efforts
to better humanity. Mary also is secretary of the Local Spiritual Assembly of
the Baha’i’s of Pittsford, N.Y., which made a presentation at the
grand opening of the town’s new library last year.
Karen Bernhardt Kuntz S (MBA) is the performance
improvement coordinator for ViaHealth in Rochester. Karen also is the director
of music and worship arts at the Bergen (N.Y.) First Presbyterian Church.
Teresa Duncan Cox S (MBA) and her husband, Harry,
announce the birth of their daughter, Jacqueline Emily, on May 5, 2005. She
joins her big brother, David.
Douglas Skinner (PhD) is professor of accounting
and the Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow in the University of Chicago’s
graduate school of business.
Predrag Cicovacki (PhD), associate professor of
philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., is the author
of Destined for Evil? The Twentieth-Century Responses.
Michael Behrman S (MBA) and Colleen Braun were
married on July 26, 2005, in La Canada, Calif. Michael and Colleen live in Charlotte,
N.C., where Michael is senior vice president of finance for the NBA’s
Charlotte Bobcats. . . . Daniel Wechsler (MA)
is vice president of global planning and services for the Schering-Plough Corp.,
a pharmaceutical company in Kenilworth, N.J.
Frank Lallos S (MBA) (see ’92 undergraduate).
James Clifford S (MBA) is vice president of acquisitions
at Linear Retail Properties in Burlington, Mass.
William Houghton S (MBA) (see ’98 undergraduate).
. . . Glenn Jackling S (MBA) is president and
CEO of Newtex Industries in Victor, N.Y. . . . Surya
Mantha S (MBA) is senior vice president of interactive sevices for Sify
Ltd., an e-commerce and Internet company in India.
Shawn Biehler (MS) (see ’97 undergraduate).
. . . Rich Scigaj S (MBA) (see ’97 undergraduate).
Roberto Olivi S (MBA) and Kristin Henderson were
married on November 5, 2005, in Sea Isle City, N.J. Roberto is the sales and
operations manager for Mexico and Central America at the fragrance oils company
Belmay, and Kristin is a product development manager for the European division
of Polo Ralph Lauren.
Megan Brooks S (MBA) (see ’01 undergraduate).
. . . Shawn Goldman (MS) (see ’00 undergraduate).
Stephanie Miner W (MS) (see ’02 undergraduate).
Travis Hebden (MS) (see ’03 undergraduate).
Kimberly Beikirch W (MS) and Michael Reisinger
were married on May 28, 2005, in Rochester. Kimberly is a math teacher at Greece
Arcadia High School, and Michael is a carpet installer in Rochester.