The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University has selected Ben Miller ’86 to be a Radcliffe Institute fellow for the 2014–2015 academic year.
Susan Shillinglaw ’73, a professor at San Jose State University and scholar of John Steinbeck, was interviewed by National Public Radio Monday about the 75th anniversary of Steinbeck’s “Grapes of Wrath.”
Artist John C. Wagoner ’05 was interviewed in March by Shreveport arts and cultural website Heliopolis about his work.
Jonloomer.com by Jon Loomer ’97 was named No. 1 blog about social media by the Social Media Examiner website.
Susan Shillinglaw ’73, a professor at San Jose State University who is an expert on the writing and life of John Steinbeck, was interviewed about “Grapes of Wrath” on “The Diane Rehm Show” in January. Shillinglaw is scholar in residence at the National Steinbeck Center and author of several books about Steinbeck.
Heather Roberts ’09, interim director of Intercultural Life at Cornell College, has been cast as the Lady in Blue in the production of “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf” by Ntozake Shange at Theatre Cedar Rapids. The play opens Feb. 21 and runs through March 12.
Harper Reed ’01 is someone to watch in 2014, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Eli Wade-Scott ’10, who will graduate from Harvard Law School in May, has been awarded a two-year Skadden Fellowship advocating for low-income tenants in Cook County, Illinois whose health is threatened by their landlords’ poor building upkeep.
Derek Johnson ’04, executive director at Global Zero, published an editorial in the Huffington Post where he expresses optimism that the recent nuclear deal with Iran could mean real progress toward global nuclear disarmament.
Abby Schultz ’11, a former Cornell Fellow at the Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colo., was recently published as a contributor to the scholarly article, “Radiographic parameters improve lower extremity prosthetic alignment,” in the peer reviewed Journal of Children’s Orthopaedics.