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Fall 2002

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UWW

Prop designer and sculptor Zoë Morsette ’73 developed and created Milky White, the “wildly successful” onstage cow in the Broadway production of Into the Woods. The Broadway bovine garnered kudos in newspaper reviews and trade magazines and was lauded on the Tony Awards show.

Sherie Berk ’75 is now sales director for Village By the Bay, a new 374-unit condominium project on the Intracoastal Waterway near North Miami, FL. The appointment came just as she was about to restart her acting career. A Florida broker since 1997, she has also been a real estate instructor for Goldcoast School of Real Estate.

Michael Burns ’94 published a book entitled It is First You Sit on the Floor: A Guide to Developing a Youth Theatre Troupe (Heinemann Press, 2002). He is a theater arts teacher at the Charlton School near Saratoga Springs, NY.

Sandra Giovanna Giacomazzi ’97 is teaching law and economics at the Liceo Classico Europeo Umberto I in Turin, Italy, a five-year public high school.

The U.S. District Court of D.C. offered Joseph Simpson ’00 employment as an intern for Judge Henry H. Kennedy Jr., a position his academic advisor called “wildly prestigious.”

Liz Turner ’00 is pursuing a master’s degree in library science and information systems at Rutgers and works at the Eastern Branch of the Monmouth County Library System.

Paula Luciani ’01 was accepted as a member of both the Association for Investment Management and Research and the Stamford Society of Security Analysts, “something I would not have been able to do without my degree,” she claims.

 


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