Monthly Archives: January 2013

Gabe Sowder ’97 – aka Taco Punk

During his Wabash years, Gabe Sowder ‘97 worked in restaurants, and after graduation the English major/aspiring writer decided the food business was to be his career.  He traveled, honed his chef skills in various restaurants, and then returned to his hometown … Continue reading

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Pat McAlister ’10 supports Common Core standards in education

Pat McAlister ’10 teaches 8th, 9th, and 10th grade English at the Indiana Math and Science Academy-North in Indianapolis.  In a letter on the Conversations page in the IndyStar today, Pat explains his view, “Common Core standards equal deeper understanding … Continue reading

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Reese Hamilton ‘97 moves to Vectren Corporation

Reese Hamilton ’97 was recently hired as Manager of Strategic Sourcing for Vectren Corporation in Evansville, IN. Prior to joining Vectren, Reese was employed by Mead Johnson Nutrition. He majored in in psychology and English literature at Wabash, and has … Continue reading

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Aman Brar ’99 to speak at IBJ Technology Power Breakfast

Aman Brar ’99 is President of Apparatus, the Indianapolis IT consulting firm founded by Kelly Pfledderer ‘96. Aman will be one of six featured panelists at the Indianapolis Business Journal Power Breakfast Series/Technology on March 7 at the Marriott Downtown.  … Continue reading

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Brian Shepherd ’90 – new Exec. V-P/President at TeleTech

TeleTech Holdings, Inc., located in Englewood, CO, has named Brian A. Shepherd ’90 to the newly created position of Executive Vice President of TeleTech and President of Customer Strategy and Technology Services for the business processes area.  Brian previously worked in executive … Continue reading

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But We Don’t Have a Sports Management Major!

The San Francisco ‘49ers have stamped their ticket to Super Bowl XVLII behind the instant successes and stardom of their quarterback, Colin Kaepernick #7. If you’ve followed the NFL at all this year, you undoubtedly know about the emergence of … Continue reading

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Hadley and Brooks – look ahead to “Gone Fishing”

Emeritus Professors David Hadley of Political Science and Austin Brooks of Biology participated in a fly tying class in Crawfordsville last Thursday.  The class was taught by local Scott Gobel, who works at Wildcat Creek Outfitters in Zionsville, IN.  With that comes the promise that despite … Continue reading

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