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Alumni Achievements

Laura Wang ’10

Laura Wang ’10 was one of 35 future teachers from around the country to receive a prestigious Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) fellowship. The five-year fellowship provides recipients with $175,000 to cover the costs of certification and extended training and support mounted by the foundation. Another goal of the foundation is to build a dedicated [...]

Danielle Moss Lee ’90

Danielle Moss Lee ’90 became the new CEO of the YWCA of the City of New York in July after a national search. Before her appointment, she spent more than 20 years working to break down racial and gender barriers. “This is a cause to which I have not only dedicated my professional career but [...]

Ann Cudd ’82

Ann Cudd ’82 was recently appointed as a University Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas, where she has taught in the Department of Philosophy since 1988. She also teaches in the Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, where she was director from 2001–08 and was instrumental in developing its graduate program. In addition, [...]

John Whyte ’74

John Whyte ’74, director of Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute—the research arm of MossRehab, a renowned physical and cognitive rehabilitation center in Philadelphia—was recently awarded with the Kessler Foundation’s 2012 Joel A. DeLisa, M.D. Award for Excellence in Research and Education in the Field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. The award comes with a $50,000 unrestricted [...]

Davia Temin ’74

Davia Temin ’74, founder and CEO of the reputation and crisis management consultancy Temin and Co., was honored in March by The National Council for Research on Women as one of its “30 Outstanding Women.” All honorees were nominated by peers for their efforts in promoting and advancing women’s leadership and changing the way in [...]

Eleanor Duguid Craig ’60

Eleanor Duguid Craig ’60, associate professor of economics in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware, recently celebrated a half century of teaching. Craig has managed to touch nearly 12,000 students during her 100 semesters of teaching, in addition to winter and summer sessions, and she has never missed [...]

Arthur Snyder ’40

Arthur Snyder ’40, a Board Member from 1978 to 1981, died Dec. 30, 2010, at age 92. Born in Swarthmore, he came from a long line of Swarthmoreans, including a great-grandmother, Lydia Hall, (not an alumna), who served on the Board of Managers for 26 years; grandparents from the Class of 1878; parents from the [...]