Norman Biggart ’49 (GAP) is still involved with the “Westford Knight,” two mineral clubs, the Burlington Historical Commission, the New England Antiquities Research Association and RIT.
Richard Warner ’54 (GAP) and Marilyn (Teolis) Warner (GAP) ’54 will celebrate their 57th wedding anniversary in December 2012. Both were employed at Kodak. Rick worked as photographer and technical sales representative for 32 years and ... (more)
D. John McCarthy ’70 (GAP) was the Republican candidate for State Representative from the 12th Hampden District, Massachusetts. To learn more, go to www.djohnmccarthy.com.
David Bewley ’71 (GAP) recently retired after 39 years working as a photographer. He was employed at InCameraStudio as the owner and head photographer. During his career, Bewley photographed two U.S. presidents; one session was a one-on-one. His ... (more)
Timothy Beatty ’80 (CLA) recently accepted a position at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C., as the chief of the independent living unit. Beatty was employed at State of California/Department of Rehabilitation as staff services manager II/chief, IL unit. “This position is similar to what I was doing in California but on a national level.”
Sydnye Pettengill-Wiley ’80 (SCB) received ... (more)
James Austin ’90 (KGCOE) recently accepted a position at Advanced Micro Devices as senior member of technical staff.
Michael Karpovage ’88, ’90 (FAA) writes that in August, Karpovage Creative Inc. launched the Savannah (Ga.) Historic District Illustrated Map. The culmination of a three-year design, illustration and research effort, this is his first bird’s-eye-view pictorial tourism map in the retail marketplace. Depicting Savannah ... (more)
Patrick Flaherty ’00 (KGCOE) recently accepted a position at Worcester Polytechnic University in Worcester, Mass., as assistant professor in the biomedical engineering department.
Elizabeth Kowaluk ’00 (CIAS) recently accepted a position at Diamond Packaging in Rochester as project coordinator. She was employed at Mosaic as project manager.
Brian Moon ’00 (CLA) was recently promoted to vice president of sales, convention, at the National ... (more)
Joe Marmo graduated from RIT in 1973 in printing technology. Dan Horowitz became a Tiger alumnus in 2009 in print media. They are among the more than 25 RIT graduates working at Hammer Packaging in Rochester.
The graduates work in a variety of positions at the company, which prints 22 billion labels a year for everyday products ranging from cut-and-stack labels for ... (more)
By Mindy Mozer
Jessica McCaffree Mans ’03 (photography) spent 10 years working as hard as she could, saving as much money as possible, to travel around the world.
After each trip, she would return to the United States broke and start the cycle again. Then she realized something that changed her life—she could travel internationally while working remotely.
Now Mans, her husband, Kobus, and her brother, ... (more)
By Mindy Mozer
Manasi Manjrekar can attribute her interest in industrial design to table tennis.
When she was in seventh grade in Mumbai, India, she would pass by high-end furniture stores on her way to lessons. Sometimes, when her parents were late picking her up, she would go inside, drawn by the lights and the glitz.
“Slowly it caught my interest,” Manjrekar says. “I wondered why ... (more)