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In New Mexico at Los Alamos National Lab

Posted By Shannon I. Steinfadt, Sunday, September 27, 2009
I've recently relocated to New Mexico to work at Los Alamos National Lab while completing my dissertation in Computer Science through Kent State University.

It's beautiful out here - with tons of outdoor activities to do, including my first 9.5 mile hike up and down volcanic domes.  This is overlooking the Valles Caldera, a depression left by a super volcano.


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Zuzek '66 & Kostansek "70

Posted By Rosemary Z. Kostansek (Zuzek), Sunday, September 27, 2009
After 31 years on the east coast, we have relocated to Asheville NC in Phase III of our lives. Rosemary has had a varied career in retail and education, and more recently in various administrative positions with The Embroiderers' Guild of America. Each position was a challenge and very educational! Ed has retired from The Rohm and Haas Company (now part of Dow AgroSciences) as a Senior Research Fellow. He  has spent the last 10 years with AgroFresh, a wholly owned subsidiary of R&H. Working to develop applications of 1mcp to pre- and post-harvest agricultural products. We look forward to enjoying the arts, crafts, music, and old cars in and around North Carolina. Our email address is
<eckrzk@gmail.com>

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A June Wedding

Posted By Carrie A. Zhang (Bowers), Saturday, September 26, 2009
Jack ('05) and I finally tied the knot on June 13, 2009.  And then we went to his home town in China and had another wedding ceremony!  It was an amazing summer.

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Baby Girl

Posted By Kathryn M. Ehle (Skowronski), Saturday, September 26, 2009
David & I celebrated a new addition to our family in January, 2009 with the birth of our daughter, Jessa.   Our son, Zachary (4) has proven to be a wonderful big brother! 

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Where is Marie Vaulon '78?

Posted By Elizabeth A. Linsey, Saturday, September 26, 2009

Does anyone know where Marie Vaulon '78 is these days? I would love to get in touch with her.

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Richard Gardner - class of 1974 - 2009 Ironman Lake Placid

Posted By Paul R. Gardner, Friday, September 25, 2009
Hi,
 Just wanted to let my friends from 1974 and alumni weekend know I did complete my 2nd Ironman at Lake Placid this past July, Hopefully the link I attached will take you to pictures.
Much love,
Richard

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Getting My Masters Degree

Posted By Harmony Bentosino (Susan Markley), Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Harmony Bentosino (formerly Susan Markley) is attending Chaminade University in Honolulu getting her masters degree in counseling psychology.

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Master's Degree

Posted By Holly M. Koslosky, Thursday, September 17, 2009
Holly Koslosky graduated in August with a Master's in Clinical Psychology from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville TX.

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Lauren S. Lanphear, '79, President of International Professional Society

Posted By Lauren S. Lanphear, Thursday, September 3, 2009
Lauren S. Lanphear, 1979, completed a two-year term as the President of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) at the end of July. The ISA is a scientific and educational orgaization devoted to the dissemination of knowledge in the care and preservation of shade and ornamental trees.  The ISA has over 22,000 members in 37 chapters throughout the world.  Lauren is the President and owner of the Forest City Tree Protection Co., Inc, in South Euclid.  The firm, founded by his grandfather in 1910, will be celebrating its 100th Anniversary next year.
(Photo:  Lauren S. Lanphear, '79 (left) with daughter, Clare Lanphear.  Taken in Providence, RI at the annual conference of the International Society of Arboriculture.)

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Career Change

Posted By Patrick J. Sirl, Saturday, July 11, 2009
Patrick Sirl, class of 2004 Weekend College, here with an update a bit of a request. During my junior and senior year at Hiram I was also a member of the Second City conservatory in downtown Cleveland. My senior year I started an improvisational comedy troupe called Off The Wall and we performed primarily in the northeast Ohio area. It was a total blast and I like to think we were pretty good too. Because of the level of success I was having at Hiram and with OTW I started doing stand up comedy at local venues. In six months I was the Feature act at clubs in the Midwest, East Coast, and throughout the South. In the spring of 2006 life changed with love walking in the door and punching me in the face. Two kids later and a transition out of the touring grind of comedy brings me to present day. OK, so that was the brief history of Then and Now. Here is where I need some feedback my fellow Alumni. I am going through a career change and a very strong likelihood of relocation this year. I am looking at transitioning into public relations, marketing, or a hybrid of the two. Also, the relocation target areas North Carolina, Florida, and Austin, TX. Anyone that can provide feedback or share their experiences in transitioning into a different career would be great. Specifically some of the steps they took that lead to success. Also, looking for feedback or some pro's and con's on the states I've listed as far as their experiences with their communities. Thanks in advance for sharing your experience! Look forward to hearing from you.

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