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Alumni Achievements

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 [...]

Jeannette Defrance Streit Rohatyn ’46

Jeannette Defrance Streit Rohatyn ’46 died on April 8. Rohatyn was a former Board Manager from 1977 to1980. She was known for opening her home for alumni activities on many occasions. Born in France, Rohatyn was the daughter of a French mother and American father. She completed her education in the United States, and by [...]

Thomas Kershaw ’60

Thomas Kershaw ’60 was chosen to represent the commonwealth of Massachusetts as a civilian aide to the secretary of the Army (CASA). Civilian aides are a vital part of the Army—promoting good relations between the public and the Army. Many are business or civic leaders in their area who help to advise the secretary of [...]

Virginia Boggs Gunn ’42

Virginia Boggs Gunn ’42 was honored in June 2011 with the Anne Estes Strawbridge award. This award is given by the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania to individuals who have demonstrated energy and commitment to the ideals and principles of the league. League of Women Voters of Chester County member Pat Horrocks said: “[Virginia’s] [...]

Kathy Stevens ’89

Kathy Stevens ’89, of Silver Spring, Md., was appointed in May as executive director of the Montgomery Coalition for Adult English Literacy (MCAEL), a nonprofit organization that supports literacy to promote healthy communities. Based in Rockville, Md. and incorporated in 2006 with the support of county leaders, MCAEL works with 60 literacy-service providers that offer [...]

Robert George ’77

Robert George ’77 was appointed in March to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. He is the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence as well as director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton. With 40 of his students on hand, including one who held the Hebrew Bible for the [...]