Stewart Weintraub, BS business administration ’68, was named to the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Sheila Cronin, MCAT creative arts ’74, authored the book “Best of All Gifts,” the sequel to her award-winning novel, “The Gift Counselor.”
Roseann Termini, BS human behavior and development ’75, served as the conference director for the “Opiates, Botox and More Matters FDA” program at the 7th Annual Food and Drug Law CLE.
Richard Tobin, MBA business administration ’73, joined the board of trustees for the Shedd Aquarium.
Martin Belisario, BS mechanical engineering ’85, was named to the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Robert Delany, BS accounting ’89, MS finance ’96, was named 2017 CFO of the Year for the 17-county Greater Philadelphia Metropolitan Statistical Area by Philadelphia Business Journal.
Randall Gurak, MD medicine ’86, was elected president of the New Jersey Psychiatric Association, a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association.
Linda Kerns, BS dietetics ’89, received the 2017 Betty Murphy Award from the Republican National Lawyers Association at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Stefanie Porges, MD medicine ’88, was reappointed to the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Daniel Zitomer, BS civil engineering ’88, was selected as a 2017 Water Environment Federation Fellow for his significant work in preserving and enhancing the global water environment.
David Filipe, BS mechanical engineering ’90, MS ’92, was appointed vice president, powertrain engineering for Ford Motor Co.
Gina Furia Rubel, BS corporate communication ’91, presented “Social Media Policies for Municipalities” to the Montgomery County Boroughs Association and presented “Business Development Differentiation Done Right” at the Legal Marketing Association Northeast Region annual conference in Philadelphia.
David J. Glass, PhD law-psychology ’97, was added to the name of his law firm, now known as Enenstein Pham & Glass.
Robert Hutchison, BS architectural engineering ’90, received the Rome Prize Fellowship and spent six months at the American Academy in Rome where he focused his time executing the architectural installation “Decorated Shed” and developing designs for his “Memory Houses” exhibit.
Michael Prendergast, MBA business administration ’91, was elected president of RMA Philadelphia, an association of over 500 commercial bankers and risk professionals in the greater Philadelphia region.
James Maloney, BS civil engineering ’98, MS engineering management ’04, was named a 2017 Emerging Leader in Bucks and Eastern Montgomery Counties by The Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer and Central Bucks Family YMCA.
John Simmons, BS electrical engineering ’92, attended the International Trademark Association conference in Barcelona. He was also named to the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Glenn Stambo, MD medicine ’91, published an article in the peer reviewed journal, Hepatoma Research.
Penny Zenker, BS accounting ’92, presented a TEDx talk titled, “The Energy of Thought.”
Gregory Benjamin, MPH community health and prevention ’06, was named director of institutional research and assessment at Salus University.
Maury Donahue Cronin, BS communications ’04, was named in PRWeek’s 2017 40 Under 40 list.
Jamie Doran, BA architecture ’07, was promoted to partner at the architecture firm JacobsWyper Architects.
Rachel Longstaff, MS library and information science ’00, authored the book “In the Shadow of the Dragon’s Back: A Young American Girl in South Africa During the Early Years of Apartheid.”
John Corcoran, JD law ’13, and Trevor Serine, JD law ’13, released an album with their band, All this Huxley. They were also featured in an article published in The Delaware County Bar Association’s Delco Review, that highlights their lives as lawyers, business owners and touring musicians.
Emily Denisco, JD law ’17, joined Volpe and Koenig P.C., an intellectual property law firm, as a technical advisor.
Caitlin Ellis Frazier, MS educational administration ’15, founded Radish Early Learning, a company specializing in educational curriculum and resources that strives to help modernize and simplify early learning.
Michael Melvin, MBA business administration ’13, was selected to the 2017 Philadelphia Business Journal 40 Under 40 class.
Kevin Miller, MS information systems ’10, had his first online course, “Communication for ITIL Practitioner,” published via Pluralsight.
Mark Tribbitt, PhD business administration ’12, was appointed to academic director for the full-time MBA program at Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business and Management.
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