Fall/Winter 2018-19: 1960s
Carole (Painter) Kane, BS ’62, Hudson, Ohio, wrote: “Sixty years after meeting as KSU freshmen in 1958 and being roommates in Terrace Hall and Prentice Hall until our 1962 graduation, we remain close friends. All three of us were teachers and married teachers.”
Pictured (l to r): Nancy (Myers) McFarland, BS ’62, Commerce, Texas; Barbara (Ujcic) O’Donnell, BS ’62, Rocky River, Ohio; Carole (Painter) Kane.
Stephen Hanzely, BS ’62, Youngstown, Ohio, wrote: “As a retired Youngstown State University professor of physics and astronomy and former Fulbright Scholar, I was honored to receive the YSU Heritage Award, the highest honor Youngstown State can bestow on its former faculty and staff. I also received a 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award from the New Mexico State University Alumni Association.”
William Green, BA ’63, MA ’67, Lexington, Ky., received the Kentucky Political Science Association’s 2018 Distinguished Political Scientist Award at the annual meeting. A Morehead State University faculty member for 34 years, he received MSU’s Distinguished Research Award in 1991, Distinguished Teaching Award in 2005, and the Faculty Internship
Award in 2013.
Barbara Gregorich, BA ’64, Chicago, has published Charlie Chan’s Poppa: Earl Derr Biggers, a biography of the golden-age-of-mystery author from Warren, Ohio, who was known around the world for creating the
Chinese-Hawaiian police detective, Charlie Chan.
Robert Margolis, BS ’68, MA ’69, Arden Hills, Minn., wrote: “After completing a PhD in audiology at the University of Iowa in 1974 and a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in 1975, I held faculty appointments at UCLA, Syracuse University and the University of Minnesota, retiring from Minnesota in 2016.
I started Audiology Incorporated in 2000 to develop improved hearing tests which are licensed to hearing equipment manufacturers. Funded by grants from The Rotary Foundation, I participated in service projects in Chile, India, and currently in Mexico, where I’m pictured (above) at the San Felipe, Mexico Hearing Clinic, created through a grant from The Rotary Foundation.”
Richard Margolis, BS ’69, Rochester, NY, wrote: “I’m currently exhibiting ‘About Books’ — my homage to André Kertész — gelatin silver prints (from film) that are available in my studio/gallery and on the website www.RichardMargolis.com (see picture above). My studio is open on the first Friday of each month from October through May. I’d enjoy meeting friends who are visiting Rochester.”