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Marjie Bland ’05 of Columbus, Ohio, is a senior consultant at Common Impact, a national nonprofit that has pioneered corporate skills-based volunteering.
Bethany Miller ’04, ’07 MCRP of Richmond, Virginia, is the vice president of domestic investment at the Greater Richmond Partnership. Miller also received a Certified Economic Developer certification from the International Economic Development Council.
Michael L. Corey ’07 MA, ’12 JD (LM) of Columbus, Ohio, has been inducted into the Ohio State Bar Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Ohio State Bar Association.
Robert Eckhart ’95 MA, ’01 JD (LM) of Columbus, Ohio, was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and spent four months in Minsk, Belarus, instructing teachers at Minsk State Linguistic University.
George Hanuschak ’73 MS of Fairfax, Virginia, is the author of Baby Boomers' Legacy and Last Chance, a nostalgic but balanced history of the baby boomer generation.
Harvey Hodak ’83 MA (LM) of Pataskala, Ohio, has been indicted into the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Hall of Fame.
Albert Lin '96, '96 of Columbus, Ohio, is a legal counsel at BakerHostetler, one of the nation's largest law firms.
Kate Christobek ’08, ’08, ’11 MA, ’11 JD and Luke Jepsen ’08 (LM) of New York, New York: July 6, 2018.
Louis Farr '86, of Oak Park, Illinois, a senior financial advisor at Merrill Lynch, was recognized by Forbes as a "Best in State Wealth Advisor" for 2018.
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Gay Su Pinnell ’68 MA, ’75 PHD (LM) of Dublin, Ohio, an Ohio State Professor Emerita, received an honorary doctorate from Lesley University, located in Cambridge, Mass., on Saturday May 19. Upon receipt of her degree, she addressed over one thousand master’s and PHD candidates from Lesley’s Graduate School of Education and Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences with a message about the importance of educational access and literacy education.
Tom Levenick ’84 (LM) of Columbus, Ohio is the author of Buckeyes for Life (2018), in which Levenick shares insider stories about his experiences as a former Ohio State football player. Levenick played for Woody Hayes and Earle Bruce and in three bowl games – The Gator Bowl, Rose Bowl and Fiesta Bowl, and also was a finisher in the 1989 Hawaii Ironman Triathlon World Championship. Buckeyes for Life is a look at college sports from the inside.
Matthew Ambrose ’12 MA, ’14 PHD (LM) of Arlington, Virginia, is the author of The Control Agenda: A History of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (2018), a comprehensive history of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks under the Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan administrations.
William Oldfield ’85 (LM) of Annapolis, Maryland, is the co-author of Inspector Oldfield and the Black Hand Society: America’s Original Gangsters and the U.S. Postal Detective who Brought them to Justice (2018). The book chronicles his great-grandfather’s crucial role in taking down an early-20th century Italian mob, breaking the silence of his family’s most treasured, tightly kept secret.
Lauren Mifsud ’07 MS of Loveland, Ohio, is an analyst lead at 84.51°, a customer engagement firm. In her new position, Lauren is responsible for the development of customer-driven analytic solutions for Kroger.
Jacob Thomas ’91 MS of Franklin, Tennessee, is a chief executive officer in the Carlstar Group LLC.
Nicole Kraft ’03 MA (LM) of Columbus, Ohio, has earned a doctorate in education leadership from Lamar University.
Bob Strickley ’08 of Cincinnati, Ohio, has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize. Bob works at The Cincinnati Enquirer.
James Mears ’16 MD of Scott Depot, West Virginia, has been named West Virginia Family Doctor of the Year by the West Virginia Academy of Family Physicians.