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.
New York Times best-selling author, Carolyn Parkhurst, CAS/MFA ’97, saw her third novel, The Nobodies Album, released on June 15.
Biology MS student examines distribution patterns of an invasive jellyfish species.
Environmental studies student David Smedick balances environmental idealism and real-world pragmatism.
Beth Hill, MA history '95, was recently appointed executive director of Fort Ticonderoga in New York.