Stories, weddings and updates from our Ursinus classmates
Conrad E. Kruse, a professor emeritus of biology, died December 27, 2021.
Darlene Groves Davis ’79 serves as president of the school board in the Upper Dublin School District in Montgomery County, Pa.
Faye (French) Shaw, a professor emeritus of chemistry, died January 3, 2022.
Helen (Fehr) Eash, a former assistant to the president, died December 24, 2021.
Jennifer Thompkins ’09 was appointed president of the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League (MWUL).
John Sears ’99 has recently been promoted to lead, global market access immunology, for the biotech company CSL Behring.
Evelyn Rubino ’23 from Oley Valley, Pa., is a neuroscience and psychology double major who is the recipient of the James P. & Irmgard H. Barrett Scholarship for Neuroscience. She participated in a surgical externship as a first-year student.
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Haifaa Al-Mansour, 2012
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Julie Dash, 1991
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Cheryl Dunye, 1996
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Sarah Polley, 2012
- First Cow
Kelly Reichardt, 2020
- Eleanor’s Catch
Cleo Madison, 1916
- The Smiling Madame Beudet
Germaine Dulac, 1923
- A League of Their Own
Penny Marshall, 1992
- Beaches of Agnès
Agnès Varda, 2008
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