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Alan Verbit '64

We all hold onto special moments in our lives, as they become puzzle pieces filled with love and memories. This was no different for Alan Verbit ‘64, who witnessed the Saturn V launches of the Apollo Program. 558 more words

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Philanthropy: A Lifelong Maxwell Tradition

Maxwell & Philanthropy

In all its activities, the Maxwell School empowers passionate, capable people whose lives are committed to public enterprise — whether as practitioners, experts, or citizens. 592 more words

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A Children’s Story for Grown-Ups

by Roberta Valdez Sladovnik, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, proud 1980 Chorale Alumna, Alumni Parent of Madeline (2012) and parent of Claire (Prep Choir) 717 more words

Danielle Remigio on Staying Connected to CSDC

By Danielle Remigio

Hi all!!

I’m Danielle Remigio and I graduated from the College Student Development and Counseling program in May 2013. Shortly after graduation I accepted a job at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. 661 more words


NIH Alumni: Where are they now? Review Toxicologist

Name: Omari Bandele, Ph.D.

Job Title & Company: Review Toxicologist, FDA, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), Office of Food Additive Safety (OFAS), Division of Food Contact Notifications (DFCN) 1,199 more words

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Sean Moriarty

1. Please provide a brief background of your education and/or work experience prior to pursuing your MBA at the Odette School of Business.

I have a B.Sc. 346 more words


Alumnus Ms. Linda Egnatz is awarded Nation's Foreign Teacher of the Year

Olivet Nazarene University Alumnus Linda Egnatz is awarded the Nation’s Foreign Teacher of the Year by the American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Ms Egnatz is a Spanish language teacher from Lincoln-Way Community High School in Frankfort, Il.  319 more words

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