Entries tagged with ‘2009’
Andrew Soleim ’09 has been named a 2015 Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows. The fellows program, administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, recruits both recent graduates and career changers with strong backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, and math—the STEM fields—and prepares them specifically to teach in high-need secondary schools in Indiana. Each fellow receives $30,000 […]
Christine Askham ’09 was chosen by the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation as a member of its 2015 cohort of Teaching Fellows. She is one of 34 promising, early-career high school mathematics and science teachers who received a 2015 KSTF Teaching Fellowship. She is committed to teaching biology to high school students in the United States and will […]
Alli Linn ’09 writes, “After four intense years, I graduated from veterinary school and have finally received my DVM! I have accepted a one year internship at a large ambulatory horse practice outside of Albany, NY. The included photo was taken after the graduation ceremony where one of my greatest Gustie friends surprised me by attending!” […]
Andrew Evenson ’09 has accepted a tax associate position at the accounting firm of Grant Thornton LLP in its Minneapolis office. His position will be focused on international tax and transfer pricing.
Laura (Lundorff) Eich ’09 and Paul Eich (SJU ’08) welcomed their first child Leo Finnigan Eich on June 12, 2014.
Robbie Schmidt ’09 and Kelsey Jentink Schmidt ’10 welcomed their daughter, Lydia Rose, on February 6th 2014.
Gustie grad Maggie K. Sotos (Class of 2009) once again combines her History major/ English and Theater minors in her upcoming production, “Manners and Misconduct: Improvised Jane Austen” at the Bryant Lake Bowl, March 13-28. Sotos and her all-female cast will be performing a two-act romantic comedy in the style of an Austen novel, based […]
Ryan Mather ’09 has been accepted to the PsyD in Clinical Psychology program at Adler University (formerly The Adler School of Professional Psychology) in Chicago, Illinois, with study emphases on trauma and stress disorders among LGBTQI and homeless populations.
Scott ’83 and Lisa ’85 Gilyard are enjoying retirement by traveling, spending time up north, volunteering, and working on projects. Christine Grotjohn ’09 is enjoying life and work abroad for her second time as an English Language Teacher in South Korea. Scott is the inaugural Chair of the Wellbeing National Advisory Board at Gustauvs, which […]
Annie Berger ’09 is now a Physician Assistant in Medical Oncology at the Roger Maris Cancer Center in Fargo, ND.