Alumni News

Check out our 4th edition of the Alumni Newsletter! Click here to read The Stone Cobra. 

Dr. Brenda Padilla, '97 recently presented at the 2014 National Latino Psychological Association's Biennial Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. On Friday, October 24, she organized a roundtable discussion on "Supporting the Development of Latino/a Psychologists: Reflections from Faculty, Training Programs, Supervisors, and Students". Also, Dr. Padilla participated in a poster session highlighting the supplemental practicum of the Wright Institute Sanctuary Project. Click Here for more information

Check out our third issue of the Alumni Newsletter, The Stone Cobra. Click Here. 

Saneel Radia, 96' and a 2009 EMBA graduate of The Berlin School of Creative Leadership, has created “Greatest Good,” a non-profit platform where people donate their time to raise money for charitable causes. Saneel sat down with Forbes.com to discuss the "Greatest Good". Click here to read the article. 

 

 

Check out our new issue of the Alumni Newsletter, The Stone Cobra. Click Here. 

Class of 2014

Congratulations to the Class of 2014! Click here for the complete list of schools that the Class of 2014 will be attending. 

Moyoko Yoneda, '03 prepared a meal for France’s President and his entourage at the restaurant where she is the Head Chef – La Folie. Click here for more information. 

Rachel Arrey, Class of '12, has earned a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship which was established to increase the number of minority students, and others with a demonstrated commitment to eradicating racial disparities, and to help them in their quest to attain PhDs in core fields in the arts and sciences. Fellows participate in a weekly independent study seminar, participate in a mentoring program with a Wellesley faculty member, complete a collaborative academic project during term-time and/or summer, receive stipends and mentoring and are offered a post-graduate loan repayment program based on progress toward the Ph.D. Rachel was awarded the fellowship in late January and has begun her first seminar along with her other coursework.

 

Travis Howk, Class of '13, is featured in the Hendrix College video discussing their new 3-D printer and showing off his colorful articulating trilobite that he made with it.  He loves his new job that was created for him to train and supervise other students with the 3-D printer. Hendrix College embraces creative collaboration through technology with a dedicated Makerspace and two MakerBot 3D printers. Click on the photo to watch the video. 

We have exciting news! The first Alumni Newsletter of the year is complete, THE STONE COBRA. Please click on the image to open the PDF version. It includes updates about Keystone, a teacher highlight, Alum features, “Ms. Penny’s corner”, upcoming event info, and more! Hope you check it out and let me know any helpful feedback!