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University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UC Denver
 

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Patrick Amisi, BS management/communications '07, and Steve Baroch, BA Germanic studies '99, traveled to Kenya on behalf of Transafrika Cultural Institutes, which helps schools, orphanages and medical clinics in Africa. Amisi and Baroch distributed 1200 lbs. of books, school supplies and medical supplies and provided computer systems for administrators and students to learn basic computer skills.

Christine Quinn Burtt, BA communication/theatre '74, MPA '92, was elected chair of the Colorado Republican Business Coalition.

Luayne Chathm Lambert, BA Spanish '85, MA curriculum/instruction '92, has been a fourth grade educator at Graland Country Day School since 1988 and recently received the Master Teacher Award at Graland in 2008.

Susan Moore, BS biology '83, got married after graduating and took 20 years "off" to raise her children. During that time, she was able to instill a love of science and learning in her children by helping them with science experiments in their elementary school classes. Her children were homeschooled for middle and high school, and Moore taught co-op science classes for them and other groups of homeschooled students.

Jason Stafford, MS biology '06, is studying cancer and working on the development of novel vascular targeting agents for both the imaging and treatment of tumors. He is currently completing his fourth year of the PhD program in pharmacology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

Amy Durfee West, BA history '75, moved to Philadelphia in August 2008 to begin a joint degree program at Eastern University. She's working on a master of divinity and will add it to an MBA in urban economic development. In June 2009, she restarted her solo law practice to fund her education and is now licensed in Pennsylvania and Colorado.

Roy Wilson, MA humanities '09, wrote a paper, "The Third Way of Agent-Based Social Simulation and a Computational Account of Emergence," that has been accepted for publication in the online, peer-reviewed Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation.

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