Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1964

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Bryan, Charles S. The website for the Charles S. Bryan History of Medicine Room at the School of Medicine Library, University of South Carolina, has information about Charles and and the rare book collection named in his honor.
Coppelman, Peter A summary of Peter's public service career can be found at John Graham's Giraffe Heroes Project web site (click here for the information about Peter's career).
Cullinane, Steven H. Steve has proved a new mathematical theorem called the Diamond Theorem.
Cutrona, Louis J. Jr. Louis is president of Winpro, Inc., a software consulting company.
Donnelly, John John co-founded Fifth Business in Framingham, MA, in 1991. It pursues a technique called Value-Path Marketing.
Doob, Penelope Reed See her entry in the Graduate English Faculty at York University Toronto, Canada. She is is also cross-appointed to the Department of Dance in the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Ebin, David See his Faculty Page entry at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Mathematics.
Epstein, Ron Ron is in the philosophy department at San Francisco State University. Read his essays on Genetic Engineering and Its Dangers and his compilation of Resources for the Study of Buddhism.
Fischer, Kurt Kurt has founded an organization called The Greening of Industry Network, an international network of professionals from research, education, business, civil society organizations, and government, focusing on issues of industrial development, environment, and society, and dedicated to building a sustainable future.
French, Gerald Read about his book, Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR)
or visit the home page of the Traumatic Incident Reduction Association.
Friedberg, Carl Carl runs a computer business called Comet & Company in New York City. He is also building a website about the history of the Friedberg family.
Friedman, Sam Sam is Core Director, Transdisciplinary Theoretical Synthesis and Development Core, at the Center for Drug Use and HIV Research at New York University.

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Gillis, Laurence See his entry as a faculty member at New Hampshire College. He also has a personal web page.
Goldin, Gerald See his entry in the Faculty Directory for the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Rutgers University.
Goldscheider, Frances See her Faculty Page at Brown University, where she is University Professor and Professor of Sociology.
Graham, John John has led an amazing life, full of adventure and accomplishment, as described in his 2008 memoir Sit Down Young Stranger. He currently is a leader of the Giraffe Heroes Project, an international nonprofit organization moving people to stick their necks out for the common good. He gives speeches and workshops.
Grow, Gerald Gerald taught magazine journalism for more than 20 years at a historically black university and has written about teaching, Rembrandt, visual learners, Buddhism, and teaching Shakespeare. His home page has links to his book on Florida parks, his grammar exercises, and his great-grandfather's letters from the Civil War. Plus some of Gerald's cartoons, many from the '70s.
Hook, Peter Edwin See his home page at the University of Michigan.
Karttunen, Frances Ruley Her personal website with information about the books she has written is here.
Kudrle, Bob See his Faculty Directory entry at the University of Minnesota, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.
Kursch, Donald Donald had been the Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Mission to the European Union.
Lessinger, Les Visit the Barnard Chemistry Department's Home Page, which includes a picture of Les with some students.

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Masland, Richard See his Faculty Directory entry at the Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital.
McCloskey, Dee See her Home Page with links to her various activities, including her professorship in the Department of Economics at the University of Iowa and her book on gender crossing.
McKee, Chris See his entry on the Faculty Page at the University of California, Berkeley, Departments of Physics and Astronomy.
McMurray, Gerald Gerald is Vice President at Fannie Mae.
Murdoch, David David has retired from his position as a partner in the K&L Gates law firm in Pittsburgh (he is now "Of Counsel"). He has also retired as the honorary consul of the Federal Republic of Germany for the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
Nelson, Dave Dave runs Nelson Equity Development, which provides investment banking services.
O'Hare, Michael See his entry on the Faculty Page at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Policy.
Perkins, Steve Steve works at the Center for Neighborhood Technology in Chicago.
Petersen, James Jim has put up a fascinating weblog that explores the historical context of the Lewis and Clark expedition, which left St. Louis on May 14, 1804 and returned on September 23, 1806. For each corresponding day during 2004-06, the weblog summarizes the expedition's activities and describe something else that was happening in American history on that day.
Pinchot, Gifford Gifford founded and is still president of The Bainbridge Graduate Institute, the first school of sustainable business See his blog and consulting firm at pinchot.com.
Plimpton, Conrad Conrad Plimpton is owner and Chairman of Inolex Chemical in Philadelphia and Senior Advisor to CDI Global.
Ritch, Bob Bob is involved with the Glaucoma Network and is a leader of the Glaucoma Associates of New York (GANY).
Robinson, Jeffrey Jeffrey invites his classmates to visit his website.
Ruml, Beardsley Visit Beardsley's Home Page for information about all his activities.

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Sage, Jay Jay retired as a Staff Member from the Solid State Division of MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Read his paper on a super-fast modem that uses Superconductive Electronics. While working at Raytheon in 1973, Jay spent a year as the Raytheon Exchange Scientist at the central research laboratory of Toshiba in Kawasaki, Japan. While working there, he delivered two papers in Japanese. Here is the abstract of one that he hand-wrote in Japanese characters.
Schmookler, Ed Read about Ed's Trauma Treatment Manual.
Schwarz, Henry In an important election year you might find it helpful to read Hank's thoughtful sociopolitical study WHAT IF DOGS RAN THE WORLD?. His other books for children (and parents) might interest you as well.
Shelton, Larry Here is Larry's home page at the University of Vermont, where he teaches in the Human Development and Family Studies Program.
Sollod, Robert N. See his Faculty Entry at Cleveland State University, where he is a professor of psychology.
Straus, David David is founder of Interaction Associates and the Interaction Institute for Social Change.
Ujifusa, Grant In January 2012 Grant was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun for his role in securing a measure of redress for the Japanese Americans forced into internment camps during World War II. The text of his acceptance speech is here.
Walker, Sandy See his home page featuring his works of art.
Ware, Ciji Read about her published novels at her home page.
White, Lawrence J. Larry is a professor of economics at the Stern School of Business, New York University. Here is his home page.
Wilcox, John C. John is chairman of Sodali in New York City.
Winer, Mark Mark was the senior rabbi at the West London Synagogue of British Jews. At the end of 2013 he was named a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by Queen Elizabeth II for his work in promoting interreligious partnership during a period of rising religious tensions in England.
Wynne, James J. Jim and his IBM Research colleagues discovered excimer laser surgery in 1981, laying the foundation for the laser refractive surgery procedures known as LASIK and PRK. IBM celebrated its Centennial in 2011 and recognized Jim's team's discovery as one of its 100 Icons of Progress. This work has received significant recognition beyond IBM. In particular, in February 2013, Jim and his colleagues received both the 2001 National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Obama and the 2013 Russ Prize of the National Academy of Engineering. That was what Jim calls “a good month”.
Zachmann, Will Visit the website of Will's company, Canopus Research.

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