She grew up in Lurgan and attended the Preparatory Department [a] of Lurgan College from to where she, like the other girls, was not permitted to study science until her parents and others protested against the school's policy. Previously, the girls' curriculum had included such subjects as cooking and cross-stitching rather than science. There she was favourably impressed by her physics teacher, Mr Tillott, and stated: You do not have to learn lots and lots
Mike is a telecom governor and steering committee member of the World Economic Forum, and a member of Young Presidents' Organization. Mike double-majored in economics and government, rowed varsity crew and was a Psi U member. He has generously endowed the Charles W. Gray joined Royalty Pharma in January after a year career in investment banking.
At Royalty Pharma, Ms. Gray was a managing director and the senior analyst covering the healthcare sector for CIBC World Market's high yield group from to Gray joined Merrill Lynch in April after nine years at Chase Securities a predecessor of JP Morganworking in various capacities within the high yield and the structured finance groups.
Gray majored in College of Social Studies and graduated with honors. Emily works as the managing editor of The New Yorker. Previously, she worked as a reporter at Bloomberg, covering gender and politics.
Emily double-majored in the College of Letters and French studies. She wrote a column for the Wesleyan Argus, conducted theater workshops at Oddfellows Playhouse, and worked at the College of Letters Library. His current work for the firm is focused on providing post-conviction representation to persons sentenced to death in Alabama and Texas.
John started his career at Debevoise in and became a partner of the firm on January 1, He graduated magna cum laude in John was an English major concentrating in modern American literature.
He was a member of the lacrosse team and the Chi Psi Lodge. He graduated in John was part of the planning and execution group for the recent 50th Reunion of the Class of He has been active in fundraising from his class.
He moved to Dallas, Texas, in to join a small, privately held company Alliance Data. Alliance went public in on the NYSE ticker: ADS and has grown into a multinational large-capitalization growth company. Under his leadership he helped the Company to not only weather the storm, but grow despite the macroeconomic downturn.
Ed received a BA with a major in mathematics and economics and played varsity hockey. She currently leads an advocacy training initiative for the Yale Department of Psychiatry and also supervises psychiatry residents in psychotherapy for the Connecticut Mental Health Center and the Yale Long Term Psychotherapy Clinic.
In addition, Kiki is a current member of the Council on Advocacy and Government Relations for the American Psychiatric Association, a member of the Committee on Psychotherapy for the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry and on the executive committee for the Austen Riggs Center, a nonprofit psychiatric hospital in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Sinceshe has seen outpatients in her private psychiatry practice in New Haven, Connecticut. Kiki graduated from Brown University with a bachelor of science in psychology and received her MD from the University of Connecticut. She completed her psychiatry residency and a fellowship in psychotherapy at Yale University.
Her daughter, Kiley, graduated from Wesleyan in with high honors in physics and served as co-captain of the track and field team. Her son, Teddy, class ofrowed on the men's crew team this past year and is a member of Psi Upsilon.
Doug is president and a member of the board of directors of Boston Properties, Inc. Prior to his appointment as president in Mayhe served as chief financial officer and treasurer from until November He joined Boston Properties in January as vice president of acquisitions and new business. Prior to joining Boston Properties, Doug served from to as president of Capstone Investments, a Boston real-estate investment company.
From tohe served as project manager and assistant to the chief financial officer of Wright Runstad and Company, a private real-estate developer in Seattle, Washington.
Doug is a director emeritus of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and is cochairing its current capital campaign. Doug graduated from Wesleyan in with honors and was a mathematics and history major.Mark Lynas speech hosted by the International Programs – College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (50th Anniversary Celebration), and the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University.
Müge Arseven Ancient Greek, Anatolian, and Near Eastern Art and Architecture. Müge entered the Ph.D.
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