Pharma Two B Ltd., a pharmaceutical company developing innovative therapeutics based on previously approved drugs for Parkinson's disease, recently named Jeffrey Berkowitz '88 chairman of its Board of Directors.
Thomas E. Flynn '65 experienced the harrowing events of Sept. 11, 2001, firsthand when he was trapped inside a parking garage next to the World Trade Center's South Tower. To mark the 20th anniversary of that terrorist act, Flynn released Bikeman: Commemorative Edition. The book was originally published in 2008.
Ricja Rice '02 was recently sworn in as Albany's (N.Y.) newest city court judge to fill a vacancy created by a retirement. She is first vice president of the Black and Hispanic Bar Association and past president and current board member of the Women’s Bar Association. Rice is running for a full 10-year term in November.
A 30-foot tall sculpture by Jack Howard-Potter '97, commissioned to commemorate the 1958 NFL Championship Game, will be unveiled Aug. 6 in Canton, Ohio. Watch a video of the installation and learn more about the unveiling.
Nick Ciresi '09 was named the new head men’s basketball coach at Hartwick College. He spent the last seven seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater Union College, with the last two spent as associate head coach.
Carla Reeves '08 has been named an “Employment Law Trailblazer” by The National Law Journal for her visionary work helping companies across the country improve their corporate cultures and eliminate barriers to inclusion in the workplace.