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Alumni Achievements

Frederick Keller ’64

Frederick Keller ’64 has received two international awards for his contributions to interventional radiology—the CIRSE (Cardiovascular and Interventional Society of Europe) Gold Medal, awarded to individuals who have devoted their talents and energy to the advancement and quality of medicine, patient care, and interventional radiology, and the 2010 International Cooperative Award from the Chinese Society [...]

Johanna Schmitt ’74

Johanna Schmitt ’74 was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences last fall, in recognition of her cutting-edge research and scholarship. A Brown University professor of biology and environmental studies, Schmitt is also director of the Environmental Change Initiative and the Stephen T. Olney Professor of Natural History. According to Dean of Faculty [...]

Amy Sinden ’84

Amy Sinden ’84 has been recognized for an environmental article that she co-authored with David M. Driesen in 2009. The piece “The Missing Instrument: Dirty Input Limits” was chosen as one of the top five environmental law articles by a national panel of law professors and environmental scholars. The article originally appeared in the Harvard [...]

Rebecca Henderson Wynne ’86

Rebecca Henderson Wynne ’86 was selected last summer for the University of Oregon (UO) High School Teacher Award. The award is given in appreciation of the fine teaching that has prepared students for the university. A science teacher at Catlin Gabel High School in Portland, Ore., since 1998, Wynne was nominated for the award by [...]

Dawn Porter ’88

Dawn Porter’s [’88], first documentary, Gideon’s Army—a film about new public defenders working in the Deep South under the auspices of the Southern Public Defender Training Center and founder Jonathan Rapping—has been selected for the Tribeca All Access producing program. Only five documentary projects were chosen for the yearlong Tribeca Film Institute program, which includes [...]

Dan Rothenberg ’95, Quinn Bauriedel ’94, and Dito van Reigersberg ’94

Dan Rothenberg ’95, Quinn Bauriedel ’94, and Dito van Reigersberg ’94 have been named recipients of the USA Knight Fellowship, which includes a $50,000 grant from United States Artists (USA) and an additional $5,000 to engage local residents by conducting workshops, talks, or other events. The three men are the co-artistic directors of the Pig [...]

Miriam Perez ’06

Miriam Pérez ’06 has been honored by the National Women’s Health Network (NWHN) with its Barbara Seaman Award for Activism in Women’s Health. The award recognizes an unwavering insistence on listening to women, a dogged determination to see abuses correctly, and bridge building between generations. “I’m flattered to be honored by an organization whose [...]