Straight From The Heart Archive

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ALUMNI IN THE NEWS
  • Howard Federoff's '74 work was featured on CBS News this past weekend. He, and other Georgetown researchers, have developed a blood test for Alzheimer's that can spot whether a healthy person will develop cognitive declines indicative of the degenerative brain disease within 3 years. If it is validated further, the test could provide an easier and faster way to diagnose the increasingly common brain disease.

  • Sarah Schaack's '96 experiences studying abroad in East Africa as an Earlham undergraduate have greatly influenced her work as an assistant biology professor and inspired her peers. She was recently featured in "The Oregonian" for her work in Uganda as part of a Fulbright fellowship.

  • Sarah Thayer '85 has been named physician in chief at the new $320 million Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center in Omaha, Neb., opening in 2017.

  • Eliza Hudson '12 has been dubbed a "food evangelist" in an article by the Greensboro News & Record for her work with elementary children through Food-Corps North Carolina.

  • Constance Downs '85 was named a Distinguished Alumni at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, where she obtained her master's degree. Downs is an administrator with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with a range of expertise including environmental and public policy issues.

  • Daniel Tichenor's '88 opinion piece on immigration and inequality was recently published in the New York Times.

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EARLHAM RECOGNIZED WITH "BUY LOCAL" AWARD

buylocal.jpgEarlham College’s commitment to working with local contractors amid a $60 million investment in its future has been recognized by the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce.

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TEACHING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

fosterlevine.jpgPeace and Global Studies alumni Pacey Foster '90 and Marc Lavine '93, faculty in the Management Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston, have recently helped launch a new doctoral program in Organizations and Social Change.

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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS NAMED A "FAVORITE"

nerdwallet.jpgNerdWallet, a financial literacy website, has included Earlham College on its list of five “favorite” International Studies programs across the country.

Highlighting the College’s unique student body that represents nearly 80 countries, NerdWallet says Earlhamites are distinguished by their knowledge of “what drives and motivates other cultures.”

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EC BASEBALL WINS OPENING GAME IN SADLER STADIUM

sadleropener.jpgRandal R. Sadler Stadium was opened in style on March 8 as the Earlham College baseball team picked up a 7-0 victory over Kalamazoo College.

Randy Sadler '73 was on hand to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, to catcher Ryan McCray '14.

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DEL HARRIS TO RECEIVE "WOODEN AWARD" AT FINAL FOUR

dellharris.jpgFormer Earlham College men’s basketball coach Del Harris will be recognized during the 2014 NCAA basketball Final Four weekend for leadership and courage throughout his career. Harris is the recipient of this year’s Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award, which is named for the late John Wooden, who won an unprecedented 10 championships in 12 years as coach of the UCLA men’s basketball team.

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