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“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”

Three alumni earned social justice honors during the College’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in January. Angela Zhang ’12, program director for Lebanon, New Hampshire-based LISTEN Community Services, was recognized with the Emerging Leadership Award. Rachel Solotaroff, DMS’01, received the Ongoing Commitment Award for her work as president and CEO of Central City Concern, a nonprofit serving the homeless in Portland, Oregon. And Bruce Fredrickson ’73 has earned the Lester B. Granger ’18 Award for Lifetime Achievement for a career spent fighting employment discrimination. As a lawyer with Washington, D.C.-based Webster & Fredrickson, he helped win the largest employment discrimination award in the history of the Civil Rights Act.

Pamela Egan ’82, a Seattle-based attorney with the Potomac Law Group, has earned the Restructuring Community Impact Award from professional organization M&A Advisor for her efforts to use bankruptcy court to convert a dilapidated residential hotel into affordable housing through a 50-year commitment with the City of Oakland, California.

Allan Miller ’85, a digital learning and innovation coach for the Champlain Valley School District in Vermont, has been awarded a Fulbright teaching grant. He will work with the Uzbekistan Ministry of Education and the Samarkand Regional Center for Teacher Training this winter to create a STEM curriculum and share expertise in proficiency-based learning and technology integration.

Brian Corcoran ’88 has been named chief special master by the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C. Corcoran will lead the office of special masters, which provides an expedited process for resolving claims that a vaccine caused an injury.

Adam Nelson ’97 is the new athletics director of the Lovett School in Atlanta. An athlete at Lovett and Dartmouth and an Olympic gold medalist in shot put, Nelson was most recently chief operating officer of D10, a sporting event for executive participants.

Seth Pevnick ’99 has been appointed curator of Greek and Roman art at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where he will oversee the development of the collection of art of the ancient Mediterranean. Previously he spent nearly a decade at the Tampa Museum of Art, serving as curator of Greek and Roman art and chief curator.

Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (September/October 2020)
Words as Medicine
New doctor Gabriel Redel-Traub ’14 writes his way through the pandemic.
Game Changer

How coach Buddy Teevens '79 transformed the game of football forever.

Welton Chang ’05
On using technology to defend human rights

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