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Michael Karas '72 has joined Baltimore’s National Public Radio station’s board of directors.
Index Exchange has named Ware '92 their new Vice President of Technical Solutions.
The U.S. Department of Energy selected OTORO Energy, a company founded by Michael Marshak '02, for funding to manufacture flow battery technology for long-duration energy storage.
3,841 miles; 68 days; 273 hours of cycling. Read on to learn about Hamilton Easter '64's ride of a lifetime.
On September 16, The Los Angeles Sentinel named Booker their Athlete of the Week. Reflecting on this award, Booker took a moment to highlight the imortance of his Gilman experience.
On Friday, July 30, 2021, Vice Admiral Rick Snyder ’79 and Captain Steve Snyder ’80 celebrated their retirements from the Navy at a ceremony before family and friends at Naval Station Mayport, Florida.
Justin Redd '01 has been named a “Best Lawyer: Ones to Watch.”
Rodgers has been chosen as a dealmaker recipient of The M&A Advisor 2021 Annual Emerging Leaders Award.
On Friday, August 6, 2021, Captain Stephen Siwinski ’08 took command of the Army’s National Ground Intelligence Center’s Headquarters and Headquarters Company.
Napoleon Sykes '02 has been named the new Head Football Coach at Lawrenceville School (Lawrenceville, NJ), where he will also serve as an Assistant Director in the Admission Office and a Diversity Coordinator in the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Peter Heubeck '21 (baseball) and Beck Wittstadt (boys' track and field) have been named the Maryland representatives for their respective sports in the USA TODAY High School Sports Awards.
Loyola University sophomore Max Verheyen '19 has been named to the Individual Scholar All-America Second Team by the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America.
Former Greyhound baseball player Gavin Sheets ’14 experienced an epic summer in 2021. He had his Major League debut in June and went on to hit six home runs and knock in 16 runs in 29 games with the Chicago White Sox. He was sent back down to the Triple-A Charlotte Knights on August 9, but was called back up to Chicago on September 1. Later, he was named to the White Sox's playoff roster.
Congratulations to Heubeck on this well-deserved award. In addition to this recognition, he is now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Baseball Player of the Year award to be announced in July.
Amir Whitehead '21, who is ranked No. 200 in the USA Fencing national under-20 junior rankings, will participate in the Junior Olympics and Summer Nationals in Philadelphia this July.
One Medical, a concierge primary care startup building sleek clinics targeted at millennials, will acquire Medicare-focused provider Iora Health for $2.1 billion in stock. Iora, which was co-founded by Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle '85 in 2010, has grown to serve 38,000 members across 10 markets and estimates revenue to reach $299 million for 2021. Rushika will become chief innovation officer of the combined company. Read the full story here.
Alex Soong '17 has been awarded a grant to teach English in Taiwan through the Fulbright Scholarship program. A 2021 graduate of Dartmouth College, where he majored in Italian studies and studied abroad in Rome, Alex aspires to a career in education leadership.
Brendon Hudson '12 announced plans to open a new brick-and-mortar restaurant modeled after a European cafe.