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Eugene Ramsey Hardin IV
Eugene Ramsey Hardin IV ’15 (LM) of Greenville, South Carolina, earned a master’s degree in Social Studies Education from the University of South Carolina.
Frank A. Blazich Jr. ’13 PHD of Alexandria, Virginia, edited the University of Missouri Press book, “Bataan Survivor: A POW’s Account of Japanese Captivity in World War II.” The book is the memoir of Colonel David L. Hardee. Blazich is an historian at the Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, D.C.
Tina Bogac ’11 MA, ’15 MBA (LM) of Columbus has been honored with a Distinguished Staff Award from Ohio State.
Susan Cullen ’09 of Berea, Ohio, received a “25 Under 35 Award” from Saint Joseph Academy in Cleveland, honoring alumnae who have demonstrated personal and professional achievements since graduation from SJA.
Mary-Margaret Fill ’07 of Nashville, Tennessee, presented her research into neonatal abstinence syndrome during the 66th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference in April 2017. Fill is an EIS officer with the Centers for Disease Control in Tennessee. NAS is a group of symptoms that occur when newborns experience withdrawal after being exposed to opiates while in the womb.
Brenna Fasko ’06 of Akron, Ohio, received a “25 Under 35 Award” from Saint Joseph Academy in Cleveland, honoring alumnae who have demonstrated personal and professional achievements since graduation from SJA.
Janelle Glick Kolisch
Janelle Glick Kolisch ’06 of Lake Oswego, Oregon, was named Young Engineer of the Year by the Professional Engineers of Oregon. She works for Heery International in Portland.
Adam C. Kerlek ’05 of Naples, Florida, was named a 2017 Florida Super Lawyers Rising Star.
Rebecca Rhinehart ’03 of Canal Winchester, Ohio, received the 2017 Bexley Educator of the Year Award from the Bexley Education Foundation. She is Theatre Arts director for the Bexley school district.
Stacie Elkhoury ’03 (LM) of Sonoma, California, was named to the North Bay Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 List, honoring business professionals younger than 40 in Napa, Sonoma and Marin counties in California.
Stephanie Bruno ’03 of Denver, Colorado, celebrated the fifth anniversary of her firm, Steph Bruno Wealth Advisor, with the launch of her “Thriving Retirement Plan.”
Alice L. Jones ’98 PHD of Richmond, Kentucky, co-edited the book “Water in Kentucky: Natural History, Communities, and Conservation,” published by University Press of Kentucky.
Susan Choe ’96 JD of Columbus received the Nettie Cronise Lutes Award honoring women in the legal profession from the Ohio State Bar Association.
Thomas W. Miller ’89 of Chesapeake, Virginia, and his wife, Gabriella Miller, MD, will present a seminar on “Advances in Caring for our Aging Population,” aboard a ship cruising to the British Isles in July 2018 for the Professional Education Society.
William J. O’Neill ’85 JD (LM) of Avon Lake, Ohio, was appointed by the Supreme Court of Ohio to a five-year term as a member of the Board of Bar Examiners. O’Neill is a member and general counsel at MacDonald Hopkins.
Charles Doarn ’80 (LM) of Loveland, Ohio, is the author of “Space Physiology and Medicine – Evidence to Practice, 4th Edition.” Doarn is a research professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine in the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He also is special assistant to the NASA Chief Health and Medical Officer.
Wesley W. Wilson ’79 of Greencastle, Indiana, received the 2017 Sister M. Claude Lane Memorial Award from the Society of American Archivists. Wilson is coordinator of archives and special collections at DePauw University in Greencastle.
Russell G. Tisman ’77 JD (LM) of Melville, New York, received the public interest/pro bono attorney of the year award from the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in Central Islip, New York.