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Winter 2009 • Volume 15, Issue 1  

Alumni News
Alumni News  |  People & Events  

 

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Atlanta Thirty-four alumni and friends attended the President’s Reception on September 23 at Maggiano’s Little Italy.
Shown with President Glasser, from left, are KAREN EMANUEL MILLER ’93,
NICOLE MOUNTJOY ’99, and TOM SARGEANT ’87.

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San Antonio President Joanne Glasser, along with 30 alumni, parents of current students, and friends enjoyed a reception hosted by Peggy and DON MAISEL ’55 at the Clubs at Sonterra on November 6. From left are CHESTER TRIM ’50, DON KIRCHOFF ’70, HENRY “PAUL” VOLKMAN ’58, and Mary Volkman.

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San Francisco Forty alumni gathered October 28 at the home of ELIZABETH ALSIP EVANS ’76. Shown with her are GEORGE SHAHEEN ’66 MBA ’68 and President Joanne Glasser.

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St. Louis Dr. Craig Curtis, associate professor of political science, discussed this year’s local and national politics with nearly 25 alumni and friends at Favazza’s on October 14.

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Peoria During Homecoming week, alumni volunteers spoke about Bradley’s history and traditions to 35 sections of EHS 120, the freshman experience course. Shown is AMANDA PIERCE-ELLIS ’04 MA ’07 discussing Forgotten Angel, a biography of founder Lydia Moss Bradley.

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Peoria The Institute of International Studies celebrated its 50th anniversary with a reunion during Homecoming week. Among the 30 alumni and friends who attended the event were, from left, MARK WOERNER ’77; JOHN NYARADI ’72, son of the Institute’s founder; Dr. Andy Dvorak; COLLEEN FLYNN GOEBEL ’75; DR. JEANIE BUKOWSKI ’86, associate professor of international studies; DR. JOHN HOWARD ’53 MA ’54, professor of international studies emeritus, who gave a history of the Institute at the reunion banquet; DR. CHUCK BUKOWSKI ’77, Institute director; MARY LOHMAR HOWARD, MA ’80; and DR. ROY GINSBERG ’75. Activities included a career workshop at which seven alumni discussed their work and offered career development advice, and an open house and banquet for alumni, students, and faculty. Keynote speaker was GERRY ANDERSON ’76, deputy assistant secretary of state for economic and social affairs in the Bureau of International Organizations Affairs.