Michael Carper ’13 is a Technology Analyst at Apparatus in Indianapolis. A couple of months ago he was selected as the grand prize winner of the Power BI Demo Contest by the Microsoft Executive team.
Click here to read the news release from Apparatus, which includes a link to hear Michael talk about and demonstrate his project, “Live Tweeting and Buzzer Beating: A Power BI demo about Twitter and NBA Games.”
Thanks to Prof. Jeremy Hartnett
for sharing the news.
Yesterday, Dr. Eric Stark ’88 was honored at a surprise presentation at The Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts at Butler University’s campus. Click here to see how the award sneaks up on Eric, to his surprise. The Sagamore is a personal tribute given to those who have provided a valued service to Indiana and its people, presented by the Governor of Indiana.
Eric is in his 12th season as Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and is Butler’s Director of Choral Activities. After Wabash, Eric received his masters and doctoral degrees from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He has also conducted at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and Strathmore Hall, as well as Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, throughout Europe, Asia and the United States.
On April 19, Mahlon and Leo will join a roster of comedians for The Play In at the China Inn in downtown Crawfordsville.
Crawfordsville native Mahlon Nevitt ’16 is a Theater major at Wabash. In addition to theater on stage and in the classroom, he has been featured in local theater performances, including the recent Annie and Nunsense A-men. On Saturday, Mahlon will perform his first stand-up comedy routine.
Recent Wabash grad Leo Helfer ’12 will be performing for his second time in The Play In series.
Good luck, Mahlon and Leo!
Jim Amidon ’87 has fought cancer five times. As almost everyone knows, Jim arrived at Wabash as a freshman in 1983 and never left. After graduation he worked in various positions through the years, including Director of Sports Information, Director of Public Affairs and Marketing, and is currently the Chief of Staff and Board of Trustees Secretary for the College.
Jim, Sammie, and Chris.
Click here for a story about Jim and his family featured in this week’s local Journal Review. You won’t forget it.
Mark Holcomb ’84 received the Stan Naccarato Community Service Award presented by the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA in February, for his contributions to the community. Click here to read the news release.
Mark is Vice President and shareholder at Morton McGoldrick, P.S. law firm, focusing on real estate transactions involving large commercial and residential properties, and estate planning. After Wabash, earned his JD from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington.
Photo courtesy of
Morton McGoldrick, P.S.
Mark W. McNeely ’69 was recently listed by the 2014 The Legal Network as a “Top Lawyer in Indiana” for highest ethical standards and professional excellence. Mark is attorney with McNeely Law Office in Shelbyville, IN. He is also a licensed Mediator.
After Wabash, Mark earned his JD from Indiana University.
Thanks for sharing, Mark!
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McNeely Law Office.
Pendleton District Commander Lieutenant Tom Dujmovich ‘94 recently completed the FBI National Academy program in Quantico, Virginia. The 256th Session of the FBI National Academy was a ten week course covering advanced investigative, management and fitness training for officers from 47 states and 23 international countries. Click here to read the news release.
After Wabash, Tom earned a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Ball State and then graduated from the Indiana State Police Academy in 1996, the beginning of his law enforcement career. In 2012 he was promoted to District Lieutenant at Pendleton, IN.
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Department of Police, The State of Indiana