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The Alumni Council has honored four alumni for service to the College and their communities as well as for career achievements. Arthur Kelton Jr. ’61 and Sherri Oberg ’82, Tu’86, received 2017-18 Dartmouth Alumni Awards, and Heiyab Tessema ’04, Th’05, Th’06, and Kevin Hudak ’07 earned 2017-18 Dartmouth Young Alumni Distinguished Service Awards. Find their citations at alumni.dartmouth.edu/serve/recognition.
Ralph Warburton ’47, Tu’48, has earned the Malcolm Greene Chace Memorial Trophy from the Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame for his service to the sport. The Wakefield resident helped lead Dartmouth on an historic 46-game unbeaten streak, became the first Olympic hockey player from Rhode Island, and was a dedicated youth hockey coach and mentor to dozens of hockey referees.
UN diplomat Kul Gautam ’72 has earned the Harris Wofford Global Citizen Award, the highest honor given by the National Peace Corps Association. Gautam served as deputy executive director of UNICEF and assistant secretary-general of the UN in the early 2000s and is now the board chairman of the international anti-poverty nonprofit RESULTS, based in Washington, D.C.
Susie Huang ’84 has been promoted to co-head of investment banking at Morgan Stanley. With the promotion, the N.Y.C.-based Huang, who most recently ran the firm’s Americas mergers and acquisitions business, became the first woman to run investment banking at a top U.S. firm.
Dr. Tina Yen ’91 was named president-elect of the Central Surgical Association through 2019, when she will lead the regional surgical society. Yen is a surgical oncologist with clinical and research interests in breast cancer, endocrine tumors, and health services and a surgery professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Chemistry teacher Tom Robbins ’11 has earned an early-career fellowship from the Knowles Teacher Initiative for his efforts at the public charter STEM system Denver School of Science and Technology-Stapleton High School. The five-year fellowship supports grants for classroom materials and professional development.
Andrew Schulz ’86, one of the foremost scholars on 18th- and 19th-century Spanish art, has been named dean of the University of Arizona College of Fine Arts in Tucson. He previously served as associate dean for research in the Penn State College of Arts and Architecture at Penn State University.