Graduate/Arts, Sciences & Engineering
Bob Potter (PhD), who has been a trustee of the Illinois Institute of Technology since 1979, was honored in February with the naming of “Bob Potter’s Alley,” an area of the institute’s McCormick Tribune Campus Center that houses a row of computers for student use. Bob is the former CEO of Datapoint Corp. and founder of the Dallas technical consulting firm R. J. Potter Co.
Jane Dubin (MS) (see ’78 College). . . . Jeffrey Wasserman (MS) (see ’78 College).
Daniel Sabbah (PhD) (see ’74 College).
Tim Kasser (PhD), a professor of psychology at Knox College in Illinois, has published Lucy in the Mind of Lennon (Oxford University Press), a psychobiography of John Lennon.
Scott McElreath (PhD), associate professor of philosophy at William Peace University in Raleigh, N.C., has been named to the board of directors of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers. Scott has taught at William Peace University for 11 years and specializes in ethics, in areas ranging from bioethics and animal ethics to business ethics and ethical theory.
Darby English (PhD) has been appointed director of research and academic programs at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass. He succeeds Michael Ann Holly, a founder of the Visual and Cultural Studies Program at Rochester, who is retiring.
Jaimee Reynolds Wilson (PhD) is one of four inaugural inductees into the Towson High School Hall of Fame, honoring athletes who graduated from the Baltimore-area high school. Jaimee, who earned a doctorate in biomedical engineering from the Hajim School, earned All-Baltimore County and All-Metro honors in volleyball, basketball, and lacrosse, and All-American honors in lacrosse. She was Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year in 1998, and as an undergraduate at Cornell, was a four-time All-American in lacrosse and Ivy League Player of the Year in 2002. Among the other three inductees is swimmer Michael Phelps, winner of 18 Olympic gold medals.