Margaret Malcom Nichols (Educ '77, Educ '78 ) has received the Special Education Citizens’ Advisory Committee STAR Award in recognition of her work with special education students in Anne Arundel County, Md. Ms. Nichols resides in Annapolis, Md., where she is a speech-language pathologist in the Anne Arundel County school system.

Posted 05/25/2014

Jeffrey K. Luney (Arch '77 ) joined the engineering firm of Thornton Tomasetti in San Francisco as vice president in the firm’s building performance-forensics practice. In this role, Mr. Luney will perform forensic architectural investigation and analysis, provide expert witness services and design for building renewal. He specializes in building envelope investigation and consulting for commercial, institutional and residential construction.

Posted 08/25/2014

Alan H. Perzley (Col '77 L/M) was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers of America in the practice area of real estate. He is a partner in the firm of Garfunkel Wild in Hackensack, New Jersey, where he represents hospitals, long-term care facilities and other health care providers in real estate acquisitions, sales, commercial leasing and financial transactions.

Posted 12/07/2014

Joni House (Col '77 L/M) was recently named executive vice president of Alexander Proudfoot, a global operations management consulting firm. She has more than 20 years of experience in directing organizational change that focuses on increased productivity, reduced costs and improved financial results. Previously, Ms. House served as assistant vice president—client executive at Aricent, a KKR-owned engineering and software services company, and as president and chief executive officer of The Grayfen Group Inc., a management consulting firm specializing in cost reduction.

Posted 03/02/2015

Diane Smith “Smitty” Wilkin (Col '77 ) was recently elected president of the Pennsylvania Art Education Association. Previously, she served on the PAEA board as both secondary division director and awards chairperson. Ms. Wilkin is a high school art teacher in the Bristol Township School District in Levittown, Pennsylvania, where she instructs students in studio and critical design thinking through crafts and design, sculpture, general arts and both digital and film photography. She exhibits her own creative work and serves as a board member for the Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Association in Philadelphia.

Posted 03/02/2015

Scott Cook (Col ’77 L/M) retired after 34 years in procurement with the federal government in Washington, D.C., and has begun his second career as the director of small business programs at the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center in Albuquerque, N.M.

Posted 03/27/2012

Joan Tabourn Hughes (Com ’77 L/M) was included in the U.S. Department of the Navy’s “Tribute to African-American Leadership” permanent display, which was unveiled during a ceremony at the Pentagon July 13, 2011. The U.S. Navy recognized Ms. Hughes for her Senior Executive Service leadership as assistant auditor general for the Naval Audit Service. Her husband, Allen Hughes (Engr ’75 L/M); and son, Keith, accompanied her to the unveiling. A week later, Ms. Hughes received recognition for her 33 years of service to the U.S. Naval Audit Service and her promotion to director, Operations Directorate, Office of the Department of the Navy, Assistant for Administration at the Pentagon. Present with her at that ceremony, held at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C., were her husband; son; daughter, Michelle Hughes (Col ’06); and brother, Everett Tabourn (Com ’79).

Posted 09/30/2011

Marye Dorsey Kellermann (Nurs ’77) has been named a nurse practitioner fellow by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. For 20 years, Ms. Kellermann has been the president of Educational Enterprises, offering nurse practitioner reviews, nursing licensure examinations and faculty workshops internationally.

Posted 08/28/2012

John P. Kowalski (Col ’77, Med ’81 L/M) is clinical professor of family medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University. He has precepted first, second and third year VCU medical students in his private practice. Dr. Kowalski is the vice president of Chickahominy Family Practice in the Richmond, Va., area, where he has worked for the last 25 years.

Posted 01/04/2010

William McCrosky (Engr ’77 A/M) is the chief technology officer of travel and transportation industries for IBM’s systems and technology group.

Posted 12/17/2010

William McCrosky (Engr ’77 A/M) is the chief technology officer of travel and transportation industries for IBM’s systems and technology group.

Posted 12/17/2010

Mark Plant (Col ’77 L/M) is director of the human resources department at the International Monetary Foundation. He previously served as a senior personnel manager.

Posted 01/18/2012

Stewart D. Roberson (Educ ’77, ’87) is chairman of the board and president/chief executive officer of Moseley Architects. Mr. Roberson retired after 16 years of service as superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools. Prior to that, he was superintendent of schools in Falls Church, Va.

Posted 08/17/2011

Paul B. Terpak (Col 77, Law ’80) has been named Best Lawyers’ 2012 Washington, D.C., eminent domain and condemnation law lawyer of the year.

Posted 10/19/2011

Paul B. Terpak (Col 77, Law ’80) has been named Best Lawyers’ 2012 Washington, D.C., eminent domain and condemnation law lawyer of the year.

Posted 10/19/2011

John R. Vile (Grad ’77) received the Middle Tennessee State University Foundation’s Career Achievement Award. Mr. Vile is dean of the school’s University Honors College.

Posted 09/15/2011

John R. Vile (Grad ’77) received the Middle Tennessee State University Foundation’s Career Achievement Award. Mr. Vile is dean of the school’s University Honors College.

Posted 09/15/2011

Henry N. Ware Jr. (Col ’77 L/M) has been invited to serve as a member of the Boyd-Graves Conference, a group of lawyers, law professors and judges of the Virginia bar that focuses on improving Virginia’s laws and rules pertaining to state court civil litigation.

Posted 05/18/2011

Henry N. Ware Jr. (Col ’77 L/M) has been invited to serve as a member of the Boyd-Graves Conference, a group of lawyers, law professors and judges of the Virginia bar that focuses on improving Virginia’s laws and rules pertaining to state court civil litigation.

Posted 05/18/2011