William Rodgers (PhD), ’83M (MD) was appointed chairman of pathology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City in January. He is chairman of the pathology committee of the Gynecology Oncology Group, a National Institutes of Health–funded group that develops and tests treatments for women’s cancer. . . . Jane Dubin (MS) (see ’78 undergraduate).
As president of the China Millennium Council, Mary Ho (MA) cosponsored an event with performance artist Kevin Locke at the Baobab Cultural Center in Rochester.
Jeremy Hawk (MBA) and his wife, Dawn Pixley, send a photo to announce the birth of Casey Thomas last September. Casey joins brothers Bailey and Adam. Jeremy is a marketing manager at Sentry Group in Rochester.
Stephanie Wragg (PhD) writes that she attended the February 27 reunion in West Palm Beach. She writes, “I have been living in south Florida and working for the University of Miami at the regional campus located in Boca Raton. I have just been promoted to assistant dean for medical education and faculty development after less than two years with the program. I helped organize the upcoming Group on Regional Medical Campuses Spring Meeting, sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges.”
William Peniston (PhD) writes to announce his publication of a collection of eight autobiographies translated from the French with introductions and notes. The book, on which he collaborated with Nancy Erber of the City University of New York, is titled Queer Lives: Men’s Autobiographies from Nineteenth-Century France (University of Nebraska Press).
Eli Hale ’06S (MBA) (see ’04 undergraduate). . . . Nyla Guay Wolfgang (MA) sends a photo to announce the birth of her daughter, Stella Guay, in August 2007. She writes, “Since leaving Rochester, my husband, James Wolfgang, and I have returned home to Saegertown, Pa., where I run a day care out of our home. I can’t wait to bring my daughter up and show her the great campus and the city! Hopefully she’ll love it as much as I did and decide to attend herself in 18 years!”