Class of 1975: A Long and Winding Road6/5/10 - What shape did the "Long and Winding Road" take for the Class of 1975? A panel of alumni shared their answer to that question during a seminar held on June 5, 2010. The panel is moderated by Joel Rubin of the Rubin Communications Group.
The speakers are: Janice Rosser Allen, executive chair of the board for International Cooperating
Ministries; Candace Beaman Moore, deputy chief, Medical Foreign Programs, for the U.S. Embassy in London; Blake Morant, dean of Wake Forest Law
School; Capt. Dave Kennedy, U.S. Navy (retired); Chris Morris, senior designer at Rockwell Architecture who helped design the Kodak Theater in Hollywood; and Gene Schutt, associate dean of development of the College of Arts & Sciences.
Major Issues in America's Health6/5/10 - As part of Reunions Weekend 2010, major experts in health care presented important issues. The panel included Francis Collins (Col '70), William Corr (Col '70), Steve DeKosky, and Marge Sidebottom.
The University: Past, Present and Future6/5/10 - Moderated by Larry Sabato, this panel featured University luminaries including John Casteen III (Col '65), Leonard Sandridge (Grad '74), Tim Garson and Robert Sweeney.
Reunions Weekend 2010: President's Welcome and Remarks6/4/10 - June 4, 2010 - President Casteen welcomes alumni at Reunions Weekend 2010. The events were sponsored by the Alumni Association.
Cavalier Careers: Ensuring Your Marketability in Any Economic Climate 6/6/09 - How can you ensure your marketability in any economic climate? This panel is designed for all alumni and spouses who are interested in identifying and pursuing different career options or progressing in their current fields. The panelists are: Julia Van Deren (Col ’99), Anne Constant (Educ ’72 ’79), Bob Bremer (Seas ’79 ’80), and Brittanie Bosselait (Com ’04). Sponsored by Alumni Career Services, Curry
School of Education Career Services, Engineering Career Services, McIntire School of Commerce Career Services, University Career Services, and U.Va. Women in Leadership and Philanthropy.
Class of 2004: Where Are We Now?6/6/09 - Since the Class of 2004 walked the Lawn on graduation day, members of have gone back to school, started families and businesses,
traveled the world, or in some instances, all of the above. This panel discussion features a conversation about how their past and future plans have been and are being shaped by their time at the University.
Class of 1974: A Long and Winding Road6/6/09 - What interesting stops has the Class of 1974 made along the Beatles’ “long and winding road”? How did the University experiences affect that road trip? A group of classmates share their answers to those questions in a panel discussion
moderated by Wyatt Andrews of CBS News. Participants include: Barbara Savage, University of Pennsylvania professor of African-American History; Wee Yee, International Equity Crude Sales Manager, ExxonMobil Sales & Supply LLC; Constance Clark Laudenschlager, international finance; Fenton Priest, rear admiral, supply corps, U.S. Navy (Reserve Component), retired; and Deborah Denno, professor, Fordham Law School.
Class of 1979 Class Conversation6/6/09 - Several members of the class were part of a conversation about where they've been since 1979, how U.Va. has influenced them, what has really mattered in their lives, and where they might be headed. The panel was moderated by Jim Durrett, executive director of the Livable Communities Coalition, a non-profit based in Atlanta. Joining Jim on the panel was Bobby Stokes, a physician now living and practicing in Charlottesville; Scott Stephenson, chief operating officer of Verisk Analytics, a global leader in risk analytics, based in Jersey City, N.J.; Brian Prindle, U.S. Navy Rear Admiral who is based at the Pentagon; Cleo Powell, judge with the Court of Appeals of Virginia in Richmond, and Katie Couric, CBS Evening News Anchor in New York.
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