Entries tagged with ‘Job’
Matthew Hentges ’06 shares, “I recently completed a fellowship in foot and ankle deformity correction at the International Center for Limb Lengthening at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. I was hired as an attending foot and ankle surgeon at West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. My family and I will be relocating to Pittsburgh, PA in […]
Rachel Willson-Broyles ’02 writes, “I got married on June 13, 2015, to Laura Bru. This summer I am relocating to St. Paul, where I will continue to work as a freelance translator, translating literature and drama from Swedish to English.”
Lisa Dahill ’85 shares, “I am leaving my present position this summer (teaching worship and spirituality at Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, OH), and joining the Religion faculty of California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA. My teaching areas will be eco-theology and spirituality.”
Margaret Fagerholm ’75 retired as clinical professor of radiology on July 3, 2015, thirty years after beginning her career at the Univ. of Wisconsin. In May of this year, she was recognized as a 2015 Champion in Women’s Health by the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation.
Megan Trapp Henschen ’03 is working at Best Buy as a Senior Training Specialist.
Emilie Scott ’14 writes, “I will be starting a new job at Richfield Dual Language School teaching elementary for the 2015-2016 school year! The Dual Language School teaches students both in Spanish and English and includes native Spanish speakers as about half of their student population.”
Grant Boulanger ’97, world language teacher at Skyview Middle School, is co-directing and will be one of the Learning Lab Teachers at the 4th annual International Forum on Language Teaching (iFLT). The iFLT conference, to be at Tartan High School in Oakdale, MN, in July 2015, is a progressive language teaching conference which focuses on best-practices in second […]
Brandon Hirdler ’12, Julio Zelaya ’12, & Chelsea Siewert ’12 explored Colombia where Julio and Chelsea teach English. Here they are after climbing the Rock of Guatape in the small town of Guatape, Colombia, near Medellin.
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.
Alec Sonsteby ’02, and his wife, Maggie, welcomed their daughter Mikaela Ann Sonsteby on June 3, 2015. They live in Minneapolis. Alec is an associate professor and reference and instruction librarian at Metropolitan State University. He just completed an MBA degree from the same institution, graduating on May 4, 2015.