Entries tagged with ‘2000’
Heather Nelson Weinreich ’00 graduated from a Neurotology and Skullbase Surgery Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. She has been hired as an assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Johns Hopkins University.
Tom Walker ’00, wife Mary Sue, and daughters Ellie (future class of 2035) and Cecilia (future class of 2033) are opening a Goddard School in Lakeville, MN, scheduled to open around the holidays this year. Tom writes, “We broke ground in May and are excited to offer premium pre-school in the Apple Valley/Lakeville/Farmington/Rosemount area!”
Chelsa Johnson Weatherbee ’00 shares, “I passed the American Institute of Certified Planners exam in May 2015. I now have my AICP certification! Tough test!”
Ryan Clausnitzer ’00 now the manages the Medical Cannabis Dispensary and Non-Potable Water System programs for the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
Nils Landsberg ’00 married Megan Trenck on December 28, 2014 in Salado, Texas.
We welcomed Owen Jackson Bebus into our family on 9/5/14. He has a 7 year old big sister and a 5 year old big brother who are very pleased with him.
Kevin and I welcomed our second child, Henry Robert Calgren, on November 1, 2013.
In August, 2014, Gusties, Laura Nedeau-Owen, 1980, Ashley Nedeau-Owen, x1983, and Andrew Shallue, 2000 found themselves staying in the same hanok guesthouse in Seoul, South Korea. The Shallues were traveling for an international conference in mathematics, Andrew for algorithmic number theory. Six of the Nedeau-Owens were on summer holiday visiting their oldest daughter, Abigail, at […]
Kati Olson Pownell ’00 writes, “I traveled to Hermosillo, Mexico for a medical mission on October 4-8 and met a fellow Gustie! Amy Hassenstab, RN, class of 2011, worked in the recovery unit and I did anesthesia for the mission. Most of the surgeries were cleft lip and palate repairs and our group helped 45 […]
Shawna L. Solsvig ’00 is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.