Eric Halgren, muir, is a professor of
radiology and vice chair for basic research
in neurosciences at UC San Diego.
John E. Karayan, Revelle, published a
chapter, “Strategic Tax Issues Confronting
managers of global Enterprises,” in the
book global Enterprise management:
New Perspectives on Challenges and
Jerold Turner, muir, retired as a superior
court judge in Kern County, Calif., after 23
years on the bench.
Alfred M. Shamble, Revelle, retired after
38 years in semiconductor operations and
Elliot Rabin, muir, created a custom home
project called “Louvers by Design,” which
won the 2014 LuciteLux JUST ImAgINE
Award for his original and creative design.
Christina Flores-Speer, muir, retired in
2009 after teaching elementary school and
serving as a principal.
John Aguilar, Ph.D., retired from Arizona
State University’s Department of Anthropology in 1999 and has since spent his time
playing music, painting and serving as an
active member of his emeritus college.
Marcia McNutt, Ph.D., the first female
editor-in-chief of the prestigious journal
Science, has been nominated to serve as the
first female president of the U.S. National
Academy of Sciences.
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Ran Anbar, Revelle, founded Center Point
medicine, a pediatric and adolescent medical hypnosis and counseling practice in La
Darlene Hicks, muir, will have her art and
catalog essay exhibited in “What Was, Is” at
the Bread & Salt art gallery in San Diego.
Leigh Sawyer, Warren, retired after a
30-year career at the U.S. Public Health
Service. She served in West Africa during the Ebola outbreak response and was
featured in the Journal of the American
Veterinary medical Association.
Photos L to R: John muir College women’s dormitory room, circa 1985; Revelle College’s first watermelon drop queen,
Elizabeth Heller, 1965; Earl Warren College commencement ceremony, 1982; Thurgood marshall College opening
ceremony, 1970. Courtesy mandeville Special Collections Library.