Monthly Archives: February 2014

Kurt Snyder ’89 named Director of Continuing Ed/IU School of Med

Kurt Snyder ’89 has been named the Director of Continuing Education at the Indiana University School of Medicine, for physicians and other health care providers in Indiana, around the nation, and online.  He has experience with technology and marketing as … Continue reading

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Matthew Deleget ’94 at the Whitney

Artist Matthew Deleget ’94 is one of the artists selected for the 2014 Biennial exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art from March 7–May 25 in New York.  This Biennial will be the last to take place in the … Continue reading

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Scott Boone ‘81 – Nevada’s new defensive coordinator

Scott Boone ‘81 is the new defensive coordinator for University of Nevada football.  He leaves The College of William and Mary, where he was the defensive coordinator for the past three seasons and a finalist for the FCS Coordinator of … Continue reading

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Alan White ’60 – puzzle photographer

Alan White ’60 and his wife own the historic Yountsville Mill on the west side of Crawfordsville.  They purchased the mill, historic home, and property on Sugar Creek in 2009 and have been restoring it over the last several years. … Continue reading

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Wabash Alums Continue Careers with TFA

Howard Hewitt – Another Wabash alum is continuing his career with Teach for America. Gary James ’10 taught in Washington D.C. after graduation and has most recently worked in communications. James ’10 has been named Manager of Regional Communications. He … Continue reading

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Dr. C. Patrick Tyndall ’92 to discuss playwright August Wilson

Dr. C. Patrick Tyndall ’92 will present a talk today:  “August Wilson and Black Rage: The Good, the Bad, and the Family.” C. Patrick Tyndall ’92 is from Brooklyn, NY. After Wabash, he completed his M.A. degree in Playwriting from … Continue reading

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Apparatus and Hanapin Marketing – “best places to work”

Two Wabash alumni-owned businesses were among 100 employers selected for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce – 2014 Best Places to Work in Indiana: Small Companies (15-74 U.S. employees) Company/ Primary Indiana Location:  Hanapin Marketing, Bloomington, IN -Pat East ‘00, Founder.  … Continue reading

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