Jonathan Karp, associate professor of history and chair of Judaic Studies, has tackled a seldom-touched subject – a stereotype of Jewish culture – tracing the role of Jews in the economy from the mid-17th to mid-19th century.
Forrest Greenslade '63 teamed with another artist to produce the “Force of Nature” exhibition, which was displayed in Chatham County, N.C. He expresses a somehwat off-beat perspective through his sculpture and acrylic paintings of animals and mythical creatures.
Kathleen C. Arnold '84 received the 2007 Nurse Practitioner Entrepreneur of the Year award from Advance for Nurse Practitioner. She was pictured on the front cover of NP Journal.
Marc Berger ’87 joined the faculty of Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa., as a lecturer in the animal biotechnology and conservation department. Previously, he was manager of pre-clinical research at Nucleonics, Inc.
Hall Groat II '89 produced a social documentary addressing sustainability. An evolving, interactive exhibition associated with the film can be found at http://sustainabiltyart.blogspot.com. He was involved with the “A Painting a Day” International Fine Art Movement, which was slated to have a full-page ad in the November edition of Art in America.
Rosemarie Castellano '95 received a Volunteer Spirit Award from the Volunteer Center of the United Way of Westchester and Putnam counties in New York. She is a founding member of the Songcatchers After School Music Program which has provided music lessons to the children of low income, immigrant families in the southwest end of New Rochelle for the past decade.
Vickie Mike, EdD '03 is a Spanish teacher at Horseheads High School in Horseheads, N.Y. The state’s education department named her 2009 New York State Teacher of the Year.
Last Updated: 11/12/13