Tamara Brown (PhD, ’96) has been named Dean of the University of North Texas College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. She previously served as Dean of the College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology at A & M University.
Michelle Gelfand (PhD, ’96) is a Finalist for the Next Big Idea Club for her book, Rule Makers, Rule Breakers: How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World.
Samantha Guzman (BS, ’13) received a doctoral degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology (PsyD, ’18).
Zachary Horne (PhD, ’17) is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University.
Franciszek Jozefczak (BS, ’17) married Joann Derbiszewski June 2018.
Kendra Kett (BS, ’83) has received the Bright Horizons Jim Greenman Award. The award celebrates the lifetime achievement of an individual who has demonstrated leadership within Bright Horizons and has made a lasting impact by advocating for the needs of all children. Kett’s award includes a $10,000 grant to establish a “Bright Space” program for children in crisis with an agency of her choice anywhere in the U.S.
Marci (Blitenthal) Morrison (BS, ’85) is a school social worker and recently opened Positive Mind Therapy, LLC in Phoenix, AZ. She specializes in counseling children, adolescents, and young adults, and also offers a parenting class.
Rachel A. Remke (BA, ’08 Political Science & Psychology) has been elected to partner at Schiff Hardin LLP and the focus of her practice is environmental law.
Tracy Hines Schovain (BS, ’03 English & Psychology) has been promoted to the firm partnership at Duane Morris LLP. She is a partner in the Chicago office. Schovain practices in the area of corporate law with a focus on finance transactions. She is also an active team member on various mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions.
Dana McDaniel Sumpter (BS, ’00; MHRIR, ’01) earned tenure in the College of Business at California State University, Long Beach. She is now an Associate Professor of Management and Human Resource Management. Sumpter also completed a TEDx talk, ″Don′t Underestimate Working Mothers.”