Two Cornell College alumni, John Smith ’71 and Barry Boyer ’84, were honored on June 1 for their service to Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Kalissa Holdcraft ’13, a politics major who will attend the University of Iowa College of Law next year, has been named the Class of 2013 Young Trustee.
Steven DeAngeles ’84, a physician in Chicago, has been named to the Cornell College Board of Trustees. DeAngeles is a physician in Internal Medicine with teaching positions at Northwestern University and the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Sullivan ’93 will be part of a journalistic experiment that combines teaching and mentoring graduate students in journalism and investigative reporting. The position is a joint effort by American University and the Washington Post.
Janene Panfil ’89 was elected to the Cornell College Board of Trustees in February.
Graphic designer and cartoonist Rupert Kinnard ’79 won the 2013 “Standing on the Shoulders” Lifetime Achievement award from the World Arts Foundation.
Rob Ash ’73, head football coach at Montana State University, set a record for most coaching wins at the school with his team’s victory over Portland State University on Nov. 10.
Harper Reed ’01 is getting media attention for his work as chief technology officer of President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign.
Two Cornellians were chosen by the Corridor Business Journal as Forty Under 40 award winners: Director of Civic Engagement Kara Trebil, and past Alumni Board member and Cedar Rapids attorney Mark Hudson ’99. They will be profiled in the Journal on Oct. 22.