Spring/Summer 2019: 1960s
Dick Edwards, BA ’63, MA ’72, Bowling Green, Ohio, wrote: “I have been an executive officer at four public universities including Kent State, where I served as assistant to the president (Dr. Robert I. White) in the 1960s. Now in retirement, I am an elected public official (mayor of Bowling Green in my 7th year of service).”
Thomas Hohenshil, BBA ’63, MEd ’67, PhD ’71, Clayton, N.C., was honored by The American Counseling Association (ACA), who recently named its newest national award after him. The annual Thomas Hohenshil National Publication Award was given for the first time at the 2019 ACA convention in New Orleans in March. Dr. Hohenshil has provided significant leadership in the publication of counseling literature through editing national journals and publishing his own work in professional journals and counseling textbooks.
Thomas Ruple, BBA ’68, MBA ’72, Naples, Fla., has been teaching online accounting courses for the University of Maryland, University College, as well as serving as a member of the finance committee for his homeowners’ association.