Monthly Archives: July 2012

Chong Ng ’79/Futurestep’s new Managing Director, Greater China

Chong Ng ’79 has been appointed Managing Director, Greater China at Futurestep, an international recruiting company.  He was originally hired as Business Development Director for Futurestep’s Asia region in August 2011.  His home base is Hong Kong.  Before joining Futurestep, Chong … Continue reading

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Eric Eversole ’94 – Military Voters Protection Project

Eric Eversole ’94 is executive director of the Military Voters Protection Project, a nonpartisan advocacy group that works to ensure that absentee ballots cast by military members in war zones are counted in United States elections. Eric was quoted in … Continue reading

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Matt Tanney ’05/new Assoc. A.D. at WIU

Matt Tanney ’05 has been hired as Associate Athletics Director for Leatherneck Athletics at Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL.  Matt joins WIU from being Director of Compliance at the University of Oklahoma, and previously at University of Dayton.  Matt … Continue reading

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Dr. Richard Gunderman ’83 in The Atlantic

Dr. Richard Gunderman ’83 authored an article featured today in The Atlantic online, “A Cardiac Model for Resuscitating Health Care.”  The article closes with, “To find heart, medicine must have its heart in the right place.” Richard is MD, PhD, … Continue reading

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Dan Burke ’98 Contestant on Jeopardy on July 17

Dan Burke ’98 was a contestant on Jeopardy today, July 17! The show aired at 3:30 pm Chicago-time on ABC. Dan is a theology teacher, the Assistant Dean of Discipline, and head cross country coach at Mount Carmel High School in Chicago.  Dan was c0-valedictorian in the Class … Continue reading

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Two Alumni compete in Valparaiso (IN) Triathlon

This past weekend, Wabash College was well represented at the tenth annual Valparaiso Triathlon. Dr. Pablo Bukata ’92, a pediatrician in Valparaiso, IN spends his “off hours” training and competing in triathlons in northwest Indiana.  He is one of six … Continue reading

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Col. Mark A. Lee ‘86 – named new U.S. Army Environmental Commander

Col. Mark Lee ’86 is the 18th commander in the 40-year history of the USAEC, which leads and supports environmental programs for training and environmental management for the U. S. Army.  The USAEC is based in San Antonio, TX. Mark is a … Continue reading

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