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Class Notes

Graduate Arts, Sciences & Engineering

1964 Richard Ognibene (MA), ’73W (EdD), a professor emeritus of education at Siena College, has published a book, Change in Early Nineteenth-Century Higher Education in New York’s Capital District (Peter Lang).

1966 Pauline deHaart Adams (MA) (see ’64 College).

1976 William Greener (MS), a patent attorney with Bond, Schoeneck & King, was named to the Best Lawyers in America 2018 list. William’s practice covers intellectual property law related to advanced technologies such as optics, nanotechnology, medical devices, and photonics.

1994 Tim Kasser (PhD), professor and chair of psychology at Knox College in Illinois, provides text, and cartoonist Larry Gonick, illustrations, for HyperCapitalism: The Modern Economy, its Values, and How to Change Them (The New Press), a “primer for the post- Occupy generation” on the effects of modern global “hypercapitalism” on human well-being and the environment. . . . Wendy Scinta (MS) has been elected president of the Obesity Medicine Association, a national organization. Wendy, who earned a master of science degree in electrical and computer engineering at Rochester, went on to become a family practice physician and earn certification in obesity medicine in 2007. She’s the founder and medical director of Medical Weight Loss of New York, founder of the Bounce Program for Childhood Obesity, and an assistant professor of family medicine at Upstate Medical University. She is also the founder of One Stone Technology, a software company that develops apps to help patients sustain behavior modification through direct communication with a health care team.

1999 Ronian Siew (MS) (see ’97 College).

2002 Toshihiko Mukoyama (PhD) is the winner of the 2018 Nakahara Prize. The prize is awarded annually by the Japanese Economic Association to a Japanese economist under the age of 45 whose work has attracted international recognition. Toshihiko is an associate professor of economics at the University of Virginia and a visiting professor of economics at Georgetown University. His specialty is macroeconomics, and in particular, aggregate labor market dynamics, economic growth, and business cycles.

2011 Kevin Dieter (MA) (see ’10 College).