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Gilman Lacrosse Guys

After the UNC v. Lehigh game, lacrosse fan Oden ’31 was surprised by Gilman alums/current UNC players Will McBride '14, Kevin Walker '15, Jack Halpert '15, and Andy Matthews '15, who presented him with a signed team shirt.

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Green is Good

A recent Forbes article about Brown Advisory's Sustainable Growth Fund features "Prius-driving" co-manager David Powell '93.

Excellence in Ophthalmology

Dr. Suber Huang '76, president and founder of The Retina Center of Ohio in South Euclid, OH, is the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Jose Rizal International Medal from the Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO). The Jose Rizal Medal is given to an outstanding ophthalmologist who has demonstrated excellence in ophthalmology in the Asia-Pacific region. It is the organization's highest recognition for contributions to education and clinical care.

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Studying San Francisco Bay

Andy Chang '96 is the lead author of a newly-published research article in the prestigious journal Global Change Biology. His work details the impact of changing climate in the San Francisco Bay on its marine species. Andy, a marine biologist, is the principal laboratorian at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center's west coast branch. (SERC-West). Read more about his work in the SERC publication Shorelines.

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Kellogg Features Karlo

Karlo Young '97 is featured in this Kellogg School of Management alumni interview. He completed the Executive MBA program in 2015. Karlo is vice president and general manager at 2U, an educational organization that helps colleges and universities build digital education platforms. He also serves as president of Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust (B.E.S.T.) and is co-director of Gilman's Black Alumni Leadership Institute.

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Academic Heisman

Micah Kiser '13 wins the National Football Foundations William V. Campbell Trophy, considered to be college football's "academic Heisman." He graduated from Virginia this past May with a degree in foreign affairs (3.42 GPA) and is now pursuing a master's degree in higher education. Congrats, Micah!

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Premiere of New Work by Chris Rouse

The world premiere of "Berceuse Infinie," a new work by world-renowned composer Christopher Rouse '67, will be performed by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on November 30. The piece is dedicated to BSO Music Director Marin Alsop P'21. Read more about the premiere in this Baltimore Sun article. Rouse's previous work includes Symphony No. 3, which he dedicated to John Merrill, a Gilman music teacher for 34 years.

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Making the Glass Ceiling Irrelevant

Toby Bozzuto '92 and The Bozzuto group have partnered with CREW and other leaders in the commercial real estate industry to publish Diversity: The Business Advantage; Best Practices for Gender Equity and Inclusion in Commercial Real Estate. Toby's contribution, A Glass Ceiling is Irrelevant Here, details lessons learned from an organization whose gender balance nears 50/50, well ahead of industry averages. Read the white paper here.

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High Roller

David Norton '86 has just published his first book, The High Roller Experience, about marketing, big data and organizational dynamics. The former CMO of Caesars Entertainment shares his insider's knowledge about how companies are using data to shape the customer experience. Order your copy here.

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