For art historian Kathe Albrecht, CAS/MA ’89, the visual world is paramount. As manager and curator at AU’s Dept. of Art and a founding director of the Visual Resources Assoc., she helps image management professionals stay current with technology.
Katie Leitch, TESOL '12, heads to Mongolia for 27 months as part of TESOL's Master's International Program.
Carimanda Baynard, CAS/MA'10, promised to care for the victims of disaster, especially children. Her new job will let her keep that promise.
The Young Alumni Chapter (YAC) welcomes two new volunteers: Matt Bormet, CAS-SPA/BA ’03, and Caitlin Douglas, SOC-SPA/BA ’08. They share a love of AU and a desire – and the skills – to improve the experience of fellow young alumni in the D.C. area.
Dave Buckman, CAS/BA ’94, trained his flair for funny in Tenleytown, then he moved on to the mecca of improv comedy, Chicago’s Second City. Today, he performs as part of the Frank Mills improv troupe and produces a comedy festival in Austin, Texas.
Award-winning physics students Bill Flynn and Brian Kelleher built Hirsch-Meeks fusor for electron plasma experiments.