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

James Wooster III ’59, Th’60, Tu’60; Russell Wolff ’89, Tu’94; and Veree Hawkins Brown ’93 received 2019-20 Dartmouth Alumni Awards, and Kyle Polite ’05 and Nathan Bruschi ’10 received 2019-20 Dartmouth Young Alumni Distinguished Service Awards. Find their citations at alumni.dartmouth.edu/serve/recognition.

Two classmates have earned honors in the 2019 U.S. Masters Swimming Top 10 national list for competitors in the 80-84 age-group. Bill McClung ’60 was No. 1 at the 50-meter butterfly in Atlanta, and Bob Colyer ’60 came in first in the 200-meter breaststroke in Orlando, Florida. Colyer also won the 2019 National Senior Games 100-yard individual medley in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Jonathan Wiesner ’73, who served for 25 years on the board of the International Rescue Committee, has been named CEO of the nonprofit Garrison Institute. The non-sectarian organization was founded in Garrison, New York, in 2003 to “apply the transformative power of contemplation to pressing social and environmental concerns.”

George Shackelford ’77 organized two shows at the Kimbell Art Museum included in The Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 list of U.S. art exhibitions of 2019. The Kimbell deputy director organized Renoir: The Body, The Senses and Monet: The Late Years, the highest-attended exhibition at the museum in Fort Worth, Texas, in two decades.

Cara Abercrombie ’97 has been named the first president of the Defense Security Cooperation University, a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) center that opened last fall. She will head efforts on campuses in Arlington, Virginia, and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, to train the roughly 20,000 DoD personnel involved in building the capacity of foreign security forces.

Rhode Island Hospital psychologist Lindsay Orchowski ’03, an expert in the fields of sexual assault and domestic violence, has earned Lifespan’s 2019 Bruce M. Selya Award for Excellence in Research. Orchowski is a member of the Lifespan Physician Group and a research professor at the Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School in Providence, Rhode Island.

Katherine Milligan ’98 is the new head of gender and diversity with private equity firm Bamboo Capital Partners in Geneva, Switzerland. Previously, she was the executive director of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

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Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (May/June 2022)
Inspiration Unearthed
Artist Karyn Olivier ’89 digs into history.
Vox Clamantis in Deserto

A special issue in celebration of Dartmouth’s 250th anniversary

“Sandy” Alderson ’69
The New York Mets president on America’s game

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