Alen Gershkovich '01 was named Executive of the Month by the New York Real Estate Journal, which published a profile of him recently. The piece focused on his entrepreneurial success in New York City, his charitable work and community involvement. Gershkovich, principal and CEO of Inspiron Construction, spent a term abroad in York, England as a student, and was involved with volleyball club and cycling club.
Bill Vitek '79 was recently featured in the Richland Source. The story focused on a talk he will give March 15 at Ashland University, titled "The Perennial Imagination and the Creative Ground: Cultivating Deep Roots in Land and People." Vitek is professor of philosophy and chair of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Clarkson University. He co-founded and directed Clarkson’s Environmental Science & Policy Program.
Gaining insight into homelessness
Lindsey Hunt '15 was recently featured in the Berkshire Eagle. The story focused on the senior thesis she wrote at Union about homelessness and her work with this vulnerable population in her hometown of Pittsfield, Mass.
Peter Haviland-Eduah '10 had an opinion piece published in The Record newspaper (Troy, N.Y.), titled "Movement necessary for conversation about race." To read the piece, click here.
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Featuring the dedication of the Feigenbaum Center for Visual Arts, new curricular options from a faculty excursion in China, the culture of West Coast startups, the art of stage fighting and a memoriam for John Wold '38