Warner School of Education
Richard Kellog (EdD) has published a children’s book, Barry Baskerville Returns (Airship) a follow-up to his 2013 children’s picture book, Barry Baskerville Solves a Case (Airship). The books introduce children to the methods of observation and deduction made famous by Arthur Conan Doyle through the character of Sherlock Holmes.
Eugenia Poporad Vanek (EdD) has compiled and edited an oral history collection, Bonnets to Boardrooms: Women’s Stories from a Historic College Town (Oberlin Heritage Center). The book traces the changing roles experienced throughout the 20th century by women graduates of Oberlin College.
Tamar Lubin Saposhnik (EdD) has self-published a book, From Chaos to Order, in which she tells the story of her efforts to turn an almost-bankrupt Hebrew day school in Las Vegas into the successful, college preparatory Hebrew Academy Day School.
Frank Egereonu (MS) (see ’82 College).
Ray Grosshans (PhD) received an Energy Education Advocate Award from the Partnership for Science and Technology in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Ray is deputy director for the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, a collaboration between the Idaho National Laboratory and Idaho’s universities. . . . Bill Harcleroad (MS) (see ’89 College).
Ellen Swartz (PhD) is coauthor of ‘Re-Membering’ History in Student and Teacher Learning: An Afrocentric Culturally Informed Praxis (Routledge).
Renee Bailey (MS), an art teacher at Newark High School in Wayne County, N.Y., received a Golden Apple teaching award from the CBS affiliate News 8 in Rochester.
Robert Reiser (MS) has been named the 13th president of McQuaid Jesuit High School in Rochester.
Rachel Snyder (MS) has been named coordinator for residential life at Penn State University.