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Alumni Achievements

Richard Setlow ’41

Richard Setlow ’41 was included in the 2009 edition of the Marquis Who’s Who in the World for his many accomplishments in the field of biophysics. Also, the senior biophysicist emeritus at Brookhaven National Laboratory, was honored for 35 years of service to the organization. Early in his career, Setlow taught physics and biophysics at [...]

Bill Cunningham ’56

Bill Cunningham ’56 won a bronze medal in the 400-meter race of the 2009 National Senior Olympic Games last August at Stanford University. Representing Hawaii, Cunningham ran in the age group for 75- to 79-year-olds, also finishing fourth in the final heats for the 200-meter and the 800-meter races. His six children and nine grandchildren [...]

Ruth Bernard Yeazell ’67

Ruth Bernard Yeazell ’67 was inducted into the 2009 class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a program that celebrates pioneering research and scholarship, artistic achievement, and exemplary service to society. She is currently the Chace Family Professor of English and director of the Lewis Walpole Library at Yale University, where she has [...]

Mary Schmidt Campbell ’69

Mary Schmidt Campbell ’69 was appointed vice chair of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities by President Barack Obama last fall. The committee, established under President Ronald Reagan, advises the president on cultural matters by proposing, developing, and supporting projects and promoting public/private partnerships in the arts and humanities. Campbell has served [...]

David Meyers ’75

David Meyers ’75 is the founder and CEO of Eastern Research Group (ERG), a consulting firm that was chosen by The Boston Globe as one of its “Top Places to Work,” an annual list of the 100 best employers in Massachusetts. The 26-year-old company, which is based in Lexington, Mass., and employs 380 professionals in [...]

Martha Rice Sanders ’77

Martha Rice Sanders ’77 was selected as the 2009 recipient of the New England Technical Services Librarian’s Award for Excellence in Technical Services. The organization brings together librarians in the region to exchange ideas relating to technical services in libraries. The award acknowledged “her ability to lead, innovate, and boldly face new challenges in technical [...]

Lou Ann Matossian ’77

Lou Ann Matossian ’77 was honored by New America Media—a collaboration of ethnic news organizations—at the 2009 National Ethnic Media Awards and Expo for excellence in international affairs reporting. The eastern U.S. editor of the Armenian Reporter and program director of the Minneapolis-based Cafesjian Family Foundation was recognized for her two-part reporting on the 2006 [...]

Julia Judish ’89

Julia Judish ’89, a lawyer at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, was recently awarded the Klepper Prize for Volunteer Excellence by the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia. A practitioner of employment law, Judish began advising the Legal Aid Society on personnel policies in 2001. That project led to many others, and she [...]

Ashwin Rao ’99

Ashwin Rao ’99 was recently honored by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) with the Sports Medicine Recognition Award and the Henry Galanty Young Investigator’s Award. The latter award recognizes the most outstanding research presentation by a sports medicine fellow at the AMSSM annual meeting. In addition, Rao’s research on sudden cardiac arrest [...]