Richard Cavagnol writes that he has returned from South Sudan where he worked with South Sudan’s minister of education, science, and technology to develop a curriculum of instructional design for trainers and tutors working with civilian teachers and military instructors. He also helped develop a curriculum for adult literacy programs. He would like to thank John Denison ’69W (MA), Charlie Rathbone, Stu Levison, Dave Noonan, Bill Bruce ’67W (MA), Dave Wormuth ’65, and John Burchett ’65 for their correspondence and encouragement while he was in a rather sparse and hostile climate.
Dave Wormuth (see ’64). . . . John Burchett (see ’64).
Ed Spencer reports that he has been named vice president for student affairs at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ed has spent 25 years in various student life positions at Virginia Tech. He was a key administrator in helping students recover from the April 2007 shooting on campus in which 30 students and faculty members were killed (Rochester Review, November-December 2007).
William Wright is the editor of Couturier’s Occupational and Environmental Infectious Diseases (second edition), published in 2008.
Michael Isaacs wrote to tell us that he was reelected in November for a third term as president of the town council in East Greenwich, R.I. He received the highest number of votes, in which all candidates run at-large.