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Alumni Achievements

William McNagny ’44

William McNagny ’44 was recently named a Legendary Lawyer by the Indiana Bar Foundation. The award recognizes lawyers who have practiced for more than 50 years and whose work has shown the highest commitment to professionalism and the legal profession. During his long career, he became known as one of the premier litigators and courtroom [...]

Mayer Davidson ’57

Mayer Davidson ’57 recently received the Jefferson Award for Community Service, sponsored by the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Award Organization, in recognition of his work at the Venice Family Clinic in Los Angeles, Calif. Started in 1970 as a part-time night clinic by Davidson and a colleague, it has since grown into the largest free medical [...]

Terry Armstrong Thompson ’57

Terry Armstrong Thompson ’57 was honored with an Outstanding Woman Award by the Somerset County [N.J.] Commission on the Status of Women. The annual award recognizes the contributions of women living in the county as part of the celebration of Women’s History Month in March. Thompson received the award in the “Hometown Hero” category for [...]

Richard Wolfson ’69

Richard Wolfson ’69 was recently named an American Physical Society (APS) Fellow. Wolfson is the Benjamin Wissler Professor of Physics at Middlebury College. The APS Forum on Physics and Society nominated him for his work in educating the general public and undergraduate students on energy, environmental issues, and physics; for contributing to Vermont’s carbon neutrality [...]

Robert George ’77

Robert George ’77 recently received the Honorific Medal for the Defense of Human Rights of the Republic of Poland, which recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of human rights. The McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, George lectures on constitutional interpretation, civil liberties, and philosophy of law. He was chosen to receive this award [...]

Jane Clough-Riquelme ’85

Jane Clough-Riquelme ’85 recently received the Paul Davidoff Award—the National Planning Achievement Award for Advancing Diversity and Social Change—from the American Planning Association. Tribal liaison for the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), Clough-Riquelme works with the 17 federally recognized tribal nations in the San Diego area to facilitate their involvement in the regional planning [...]

Lourdes Rosado ’85

Lourdes Rosado ’85 has been named Citizen of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer for her work in juvenile justice. The award honors “people whose work has upheld the ideal of citizenship—promoting justice, strengthening democracy, or fostering community.” Rosado is an attorney and associate director at the Juvenile Law Center (JLC), a nonprofit organization in [...]

Katie Davenport ’05

Katie Davenport ’05 recently received a teaching fellowship from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) that will provide her with financial and professional development for up to five years. The foundation aims specifically to improve the quality of science and mathematics education in high schools across the nation. “By investing in early-career teachers, KSTF is [...]