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Scott Hayes completed a PhD in clinical psychology, with a focus in neuropsychology, from the University of Arizona. His research focuses on memory and aging, using functional magnetic resonance imaging. He recently completed an internship at the Boston VA Hospital in Jamaica Plain and accepted a position at Duke University as a postdoctoral fellow in cognitive neuroscience. In the Northeast he hung out with Paul Kozub, Dan Fariello, and Dennis Wilcox ’00.
Dieter Schelzig earned a master’s degree in public health from George Washington University and attended the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. A US Navy lieutenant, he is
Lori Cantor Capon gave birth to daughter Amanda in July.
Ben Rubenstein is the design director of the digital media department at Hearst Magazines. He
In October 2005 Allison Mattera married Edgar Davidson Charles III in Cold Spring-on-Hudson, NY. Danielle Bartholomew Wigmore and Marianna Politzer Gebhardt were bridesmaids, and readers included Sarah Trager and Julie Peters. Other Skidmore grads in attendance included
Gina Balsamo Wyman and husband Joe announce the birth of daughter Julia in July. The family lives in Easthampton, MA. Gina is taking time off from teaching to be home with Julia.
Megan Moodie is visiting assistant professor in the department of feminist studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Her dissertation in anthropology at UCSC, “Culture or Freedom: The Gendered Intimacies of Modernization in Rajasthan,” was based on extensive ethnographic fieldwork in North India conducted over the last seven years. She lives in Santa Cruz, near the beach, with her two dogs.
Robin Litster married David Sussillo in July 2005. At the wedding were Heather Litster ’02, Amy Santamari, Crislin Meshberg, Kelcie Cooke, Sy Ingoglia, Luke Reusser, and Gareth Hughes ’01. The newlyweds lived in Austria for one year while David completed a Fulbright grant; Robin continued her painting and photography. After a year of struggling with German, they are happy
Dan DiSalvo, visiting professor for the Colloquium on the American Founding at Amherst College, led a panel discussion last fall on “Political Parties and the Constitution: A Scandal in Polite Society,” sponsored by the Skidmore government department’s Constitution Day speakers series.
I relocated to Atlanta, GA, where I am the family programs director at Camp Sunshine, a nonprofit agency working with children with cancer and their families.
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