fall 2018

Class Notes

1956

1968

  • HILL MARILYN KALLET was inducted as the poet laureate of Knoxville, TN. WENDY SCHUMAN and her husband, Ken, have published a new book, Millennials in Wonderland: Coaching Grads at the Crossroads of Life and Career, a comprehensive guide to helping college graduates find meaningful careers. It was inspired by their pro bono program, Grad Life Choices, a free coaching service they founded six years ago to help unemployed and underemployed young people identify their strengths and transition smoothly into the workplace.

     

1969

  • HILL DAVID H. LEE was named one of the 2017 Lawyers of the Year by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. He continues to be recognized by Naifehand Smith in its publication as one of the Best Lawyers in America (1983–2018) and is recognized in Boston Magazine and Law & Politics as a Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyer (2010–2017). He currently practices law in Boston, MA, with Lee & Rivers LLP, focusing on divorce and family law.

     

1970

1971

1972

1973

1975

  • HILL GARY KALAN, DICK WOODARD, BRUCE LITTLEFIELD, and SCOTT ORLANDO, four longtime Tufts friends, had an ad hoc Class of ’75 Hill “microreunion” on May 20 in Stamford, CT. Hoping to see more notes from their 1975 classmates in future issues of the magazine, they write: “We have long noticed that class notes updates from the class of ‘75 are always at absolute rock bottom, probably self-perpetuating in that no one wants to break silence mode and go first. After all, 1975 was at the height of post-Vietnam, post–Kent State, post-Nixon anarchy, so we get it. But none of us is getting any younger. We’re hopeful that our contribution here may encourage others to submit updates.”

     

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1983

1984

1986

1988

1989

  • HILL STEVEN ROGELBERG is a pioneering researcher in the field of organizational science. In acknowledgement of his profound
    international impact on the discipline, Germany’s Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has named him a recipient of its prestigious research award. The Humboldt Prize, also known as the Humboldt Research Award, is given annually to up to one hundred internationally renowned scientists and scholars across academic disciplines. Also, in recognition of humanitarian contributions to the field of industrial-organizational psychology, Rogelberg was named the inaugural recipient of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Humanitarian Award in spring 2017.

     

1991

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2000

2001

2004

2007

2008

2009

2011

2012

2016