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1941
Norman N. Greenman, AB'41, SM'48, PhD'51
, keeps in touch with both sciences and education by serving as a judge for the California State Science Fair.

1946
Ten years after retiring as general manager of SCAN, a radio reading service for the blind, Madeline Weiner Levinson, PhB'44, SB'46, has turned her longtime acting hobby into a second career-doing TV and radio commercials and children's and dinner theater.

1951
Joy Grodzins Carlin, AB'51, recently produced and directed a new musical at the Julia Morgan Theatre in Berkeley, CA, based on the book Fanny at Chez Panisse, by celebrity chef Alice Waters.

1960
Alvin Platt, AM'60, was appointed executive director of the Centre for Living with Dying, which trains volunteers to help individuals and families facing the imminent death of loved ones or mourning a close friend or relative.

1967
Jay L. Lemke, SB'66, SM'68, PhD'73, has been named the founding executive officer of the urban-education Ph.D. program at the City University of New York Graduate Center. 71

1971
Mary Diederich Ott, AM'67, PhD'71, had a solo art exhibit at Gallery West in Alexandria, VA. The exhibit, Asian Visions, focused on the imagery of a number of Asian cultures.

1973
During June and July, Sushil Auluck, AM'70, PhD'73, visited the condensed matter theory group, part of the physics department at Sweden's Uppsala University, where he has had a research collaboration for the past ten years.

1981
Joyce Scharmer Olson Turner, AM'81, continues to enjoy retirement with her husband, Carrol Turner, sailing the Caribbean for six months each winter on their sailboat Trinity and spending summers in the Adirondacks. 84

1984
Ann Durkin Keating, AM'79, PhD'84, an associate professor of history at North Central College, received the Clarence F. Dissinger Memorial Award for distinguished teaching by a senior faculty member.

1990
Dante A. Bacani, AB'90, distributes a social and cultural events e-mail newsletter called DSC list-Dante's Social Circle list-which was named "Best Events Newsletter on the Internet" in the New City Journal's Best of Chicago 2000 Readers Poll.

1995
On June 10, Benjamin B. Hawley, AM'95, was ordained a priest of the Society of Jesus. After his ordination, Hawley assumed the office of president of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis.

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