Last updated 1/1/13.
This is a newsletter designed to inform alumni, present students, and potentially future students of the activities of the French and Francophone Studies program at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. This newsletter is updated frequently, so return often.
Honors in French for Business: Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIP)
Galen Kline Scholarship Scholarship Recipients for 2012-13
Nicole Casto received Galen Richard Kline Scholarships for study in France during the 2012-13 academic year. The Galen Richard Kline Scholarship honors the late French professor of the same name. The scholarship is awarded annually to VPI&SU French majors studying in France for a semester or a year. The deadline is in April 2012 for students interested in studying during the 2012-13 academic year.
Jocelyne Couture-Nowak Scholarship
We are pleased to announce that Elsa Daku has been awarded the Jocelyne Couture-Nowak Scholarship for 2012-2013.
This scholarship in honor Mme Couture-Nowak is awarded every year. Next year's deadline in April 2013. If you would like to contribute to the scholarship, you can do so online at the Virginia Tech Foundation web site. Make sure to indicate that the contribution is for this scholarship.
Megan E. Christenson Scholarship
Teach for Madame, the official name of the organization facilitating the after-school program, was created in response to the VT-ENGAGE initiative, which challenged the university community to complete 300,000 hours of community service before the end of the Spring semester to honor the memory of those lost in the shooting tragedy on campus on April 16, 2007. Among the 32 victims was Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, a French instructor at Virginia Tech since 2001. Couture-Nowak, affectionately known by her students as "Madame," was dedicated to teaching French and was an inspiration to everyone who knew her. We, the members of Teach for Madame, are her family, friends, and former students and are dedicated to continuing her unrealized service.
Teach for Madame is currently underway with its pilot program at Harding Avenue Elementary School, meeting every week for one hour to deliver an exciting learning experience aimed at inspiring young students to take an enthusiastic approach to learning the French language. A record number of student-teachers (30) are enrolled this year into the program. Members of the French faculty provide guidance in teaching French to the elementary students. For more information or to contribute to this effort, visit the Teach For Madame web page.
The French Ambassador to the United States, Pierre Vimont, held a reception for the students who organized Teach for Madame.
If you have questions, please contact Richard Shryock or 540-231-5362. No contribution is too small.
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Julie Alspaugh (class of 2010) is teaching English in Dijon, France. In fall 2011, she will head to Purdue to pursue a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Laura Rhoades(class of 2010) is an English assistant in Ambert, France, at the Lycée Blaise Pascal and Collège Jules Romain.
Ashley Estes (class of 2010) is working in the metro Washington, D.C. area as a program analyst for Customs and Border Protection within the Department of Homeland Security.
Peebles Squires (Class of 2010) is an English teaching assistant at the Collège Jean-Baptiste Drouet in Sainte-Menehould (Champagne region).
Ellen Mendick (Class of 2010) is working for the Department of Defense at the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Development Office in Arlington, Virginia. She is also taking one master's level course at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason and attends a conversational French class. Her new hobby is motorcycle riding.
Kathryn Steele (Class of 2010) is currently a pre-service teacher in the Virginia Tech School of Education, working towards a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction, specializing in Second Language Instruction (French). She is also undergoing an internship with a French teacher at Salem High School, in Salem, VA, where she works two days per week. This spring, Kathryn will complete her student-teaching at William Byrd High School in Vinton, VA. She will graduate from the program as a fully certified teacher in May of 2011, and hopes to find a teaching job somewhere in the Northern Virginia or Richmond area.
Stephanie Dunstan (class of 2009) will be pursing an M.A. in the Department of Human Development at Virginia Tech, fall 2010.
Arielle Fissmer is teaching English in South Korea for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Jessica Lewis (class of 2009) is spending the 2009-2010 academic year in France as an assistante d'anglais.
Greg Nelson (class of 2008) is pursuing a PhD. in Science and Technology Studies at VPI&SU.
Kelsey Butler (class of 2008) has been admitted to the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.
Catherine Dry (class of 2008) is working for EADS North America (European Aeronautic Defense & Space), parent company of Airbus, as the Government Relations assistant in Rosslyn, VA.
Liz Reagan (class of 2008) works for Population Service International in Washington.
Stefanie Georgakis (class of 2008) studied at the Central European University in Budapest Hungary to do a Masters in Nationalism Studies. She is now pursuing a PhD. in Planning, Governance, & Global Studies at VPI&SU.
Cory Casey (class of 2008) is pursing an M.A. in the University of Wisconin's Professional French Masters Program.
Sara Meador (class of 2008) is pursing an M.A. in the University of Wisconin's Professional French Masters Program.
Nikki Pitotti (class of 2008) is pursing an M.A. in the University of Wisconin's Professional French Masters Program.
Fiona McGrath (class of 2008) joined Teach for America and is teaching elementary school in New York City.
Esther Cha (class of 2008) has been accepted into the Peace Corps.
Rachel Mills (class of 2007) spent a year in France as an assistante d'anglais. She is attending law school at the University of San Diego.
Will Hayes (class of 2007) is Project Manager at D3 Systems, Inc., an international public opinion polling and media market research firm specializing in emerging markets and post-conflict zones based in Vienna, Va.
Kristin Casey (class of 2007) has received a fellowship from the George Washington University in their Security Policy Studies program.
Erica Butler (class of 2007) works for Population Service International in Washington.
Mary-Anne McKenzie (class of 2007) works for Capgemeni Consulting in the Washington area.
Lorianne Bundick (class of 2007) is pursuing a Masters in Area Studies at VPI&SU.
Susan Bixler (class of 2007) continues to work for Safety Performance Solutions in Blacksburg.
Haley File (class of 2007) worked after graduation as an Enrollment Services Assistant recruiting students for Virginia Tech.
Tiffany Gobble (class of 2007) received her Masters in Education at VPI&SU.
Carl Lyon (class of 2006) after having spent a year in France in Amiens as an assistant d'anglais is doing a Masters in French at Middlebury College.
Lyndsay Bratton (class of 2006) is pursuing a Masters and PhD. in Art History at University of Maryland
Elizabeth Stewart (class of 2006) finished her Masters in Education at VPI&SU and is now teaching French at William Fleming High School.
Liz Entsminger (class of 2005) is an Assistant Recruiting Coordinator at Hudson Legal in Washington, D.C.
Philip Flambert (class of 2005) has become an officer in the Army.
Stephanie Friends (class of 2005) is working on an MA in International Law, UW-Madison.
Tim Goodwillie (class of 2005) is becoming a pilot in the US Air Force.
Nicholas Helentjris (class of 2005) pursued a Masters in Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania.
Sonya Ipsen (class of 2005) is working for Market Development Group in Washington.
Danielle Irving (class of 2005) is currently enrolled in the 4-year DVM program at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Rebecca Johnson, née Avery (class of 2005) is teaching French at French at Cave Spring High school
Jessica Klumpp (class of 2005) is pursuing a Masters degree in Anglais Langue Etrangère at the Université de Haute Bretagne, Rennes II in France. She hopes to teach English part time in a local high school.
Jesselyn Ombac (class of 2005) is pursuing a Masters of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy at Columbia University.
Meghan Skinner (class of 2005) got a job with ChemTreat which hired her because her French skills will help her to work better with their offices in Canada.
Kristen Smith (class 2005) is pursuing a Master's Degree in Counselor Education at the Virginia Tech Roanoke Campus.
Nik Sweet (class of 2005) spent two years in Senegal with the Peace Corps.
Gelila Tsegaye (class of 2005) is completing an M.A. in International Policy, George Mason.
Lilian Villarroel (class of 2005) is working for The Corporate Executive Board in Washington, D.C.
Claire Durling, née Carey (class of 2004) earned an MA at the University of Manchester in Geography (Economy and Space).
Yuko Tajima (class of 2004) is working for Fuji Film and doing translation work.
Amanda Tyson (class of 2004) is doing graduate work at George Mason University.
Melissa Wilt (class of 2004) attended graduate school International Affairs in Washington.
Julia Boyle (class of 2004) is working in publishing.
Chad Thomas (class of 2004) pursued a MA in European Area Studies at VPI&SU.
Carrie O'Connor (class of 2004) received an MA in French through Middlebury College and is pursuing a doctorate in French Louisiana State University.
Cindy Vanasdalan (class of 2004) is teaching French I-IV in Boiling Springs, PA.
Heather Burke (class of 2003) is International Director of Peacework, a comprehensive agency for international development, education, and service.
Brice Davis (class of 2003) is working with CWCapital Investments in the Washington area.
Joanna Fishback (class of 2003) received a US Army Health Professions Scholarship to study public health and veterinary medicine and to do her residency in pathology.
Nora Ipsen (class of 2003) is working as a financial advisor with a Finance Consulting firm working with clients from Fortune 500 companies.
Kim Locraft (class of 2003) earned a Masters of European Area Studies at VPI&SU.
Angeline Marsh (class of 2003) was initially a Regional Planner with the Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission. She then earned a Masters in Planning at VCU. She now has a job as a Planner in Caroline County.
Jennifer Miller (class of 2003) initially pursued a Masters of European Area Studies at VPI&SU. She is now working for a translation company.
Megan Stephenson (class of 2003) is teaching French at Glenvar High School in Roanoke County.
Brendan Wells (class of 2003) pursued a Masters in Materials Engineering at MIT.
Kelly Whittaker (class of 2003) is pursuing a PhD in History at Louisana State University.
Precious Sancho (class of 2002) went to Mali with the Peace Corps.
Tara Mankowski (class of 2002) completed a Masters of Education at VPI&SU.
Michelle Hauck (class of 2002) has a job with Tesla Forecasting, Inc. which forecasts load models for power companies. She is using her French as her company has clients in the UK and Denmark who plan to sell power to France.
Anne Sewell, née Davidson (class of 2002) first got a job at Deloitte & Touche in Richmond. She then earned master's degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in supply chain management and logistics. Anne now works at the headquarters of Chick-fil-A as a Business Analyst in Atlanta, GA
Beth Grinnalds (class of 2002) entered law school at the University of Virgnia.
Tracey Waterman (class of 2002) pursued a Master of Library Science in August at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science.
Precious Sancho (class of 2002) is working in Mali with the Peace Corps.
Brendan Sutherland (class of 2002) taught French in North Carolina before moving on to the Culinary Institute of America.
Natalie Grossman, née Keyser (class of 2001) graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Bryan Stogdale (class of 2001) graduated from the University of Maryland Law School. He recently wrote: "if one of the goals of the French program is not only to give students certain skills and knowledge, but also to create a genuine interest and appreciation of all things French, you all have accomplished that goal. And I could go on about how the analyzing I did in French classes has helped me out in law school. Basically, it's the same principle - looking at all sides of an issue and trying to see things in as many ways as possible. But I can't reduce my French major to that. All of my best college experiences are somehow related to French. Certainly the Paris Program was the best month I've spent."
Amanda Asbury Amos (class of 2001) received her Masters degree in Education at VPI&SU in May 2003. She is teaching French in Craig County, Virginia.
Ami Arief (class 2001) completed a second degree at Virginia Tech in fall 2001 with a BS in Chemical Engineering.
Katie Reynolds (class 2001) pursued a MA in Communication Studies at VPI&SU which she received in May 2003.
Peter Matthew (class 2001) went into the US army for four years.
Meredith Gavilan (class of 2000) is earning a Masters at the Elliott School of International Studies at George Washington University after having worked in the International Programs Office at VPI&SU.
Shanna Humphreys (class of 2000) was hired by USAir and uses French in her job.
Kami Dooley (class of 2000) is working for a travel agency in Virginia Beach, planning to substitute teach, and looking at graduate programs.
Whitney Webb (class of 2000) was awarded a Rotary Scholarship for study in France and studied at the Sorbonne. She is currently doing graduate work in French at the University of Virginia and plans to teach ESL in France.
Josh Schulhof (class of 2000) is teaching French Highland Springs High School in Henrico County, Virginia and loving it.
Amy Fairfield (class of 2000) earned a M.A. in Education at VPI&SU in May 2002. She is now teaching French at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas, Virginia.
Neely Ellefson (class of 2000) went to Gabon, Africa with the Peace Corps on the FARM project.
Chris Henkelman (class of 2000) earned an MA in geology at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
Cesar Tavares (class of 2000-French minor) was hired by AOL Canadian Division (International QA Engineer). As he puts it, "I can honestly say that, had I never taken French I would not have this job."
Dan Russell (class of 2000-French minor, International Studies major) entered the VPI&SU European Area Studies MA program after graduation.
Dan Richter (class of 2000-French minor) lives in Cannet, France and works as a programmer for Wimba.
Rosa Puryear (class of 2000) is teaching English as a second language, French, and senior English in Ithaca, New York at a small prep school on the Cornell campus.
Kaitlin Christenson (class of 2000) went to Niger with the Peace Corps, earned a Master's in International Health Promotion at Georgetown University's School of Public Health and Health Services, and is now working with PATH, an international nonprofit working in global health in Washington, D.C. Kaitlin will be managing a coalition of organizations that work together to engage US policymakers around the importance of global health technologies (like vaccines, tests to identify diseases, and new medications for neglected diseases).
Carolyn Sue Hathaway, née Langdon (class of 2000) was first employed by Aventis Environmental Science in New Jersey and then did a Master's in Environmental Science and Policy at George Mason University. She now teaches biology at George Mason University.
Michelle Lovasz Hoganson (class of 2000) has completed her Master of Arts degree in the VPI&SU European Area Studies program. She first taught at French in ulpepper County, Virginia and is now at Alexandria City Public Schools teaching French I and II at Minnie Howard School
Nathan Hamblen (class of 2000) was hired by IBM after graduation. He spent a year in France as an assistant teaching English in Tarbes.
Leigh Wynne (class of 1999) spent two years in Morocco with the Peace Corps teaching about water-born diseases and prevention of infection. She worked for a while in Sierra Leone, Africa and will be heading to Rwanda to work on an HIV research project.
Andrea Coles (class of 1999) taught first-year French at VPI&SU. She is currently pursuing a Master's in Library and Information Science with the University of Pittsburgh.
Rachel Meredith (class of 1999) upon graduation received a job with PricewaterhouseCoopers in their International Assignments Solutions Department as a Tax Associate. She now works as Senior Tax Accountant for the prestigious KPMG accounting firm in International Executive Services Tax Practice providing clients with expatriate and foreign national tax and consulting services. Besides these immediate responsibilities of her position, she is a translator for the firm in both French and Spanish and is called upon often to assist other KPMG offices in language issues.
Ian Demeritt (class of 1998, French minor) is pursuing a PhD in microbiology and doing research on herpes viruses at the Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. In a recent letter, he writes, "I graduated in December 1998 with a minor in French (almost a major - only two more classes. I wish now that I would have stayed one more semester and finished my French major, as it is though, I graduated with a double major in biology and interdisciplinary studies). After graduation, I went to Europe for a couple months and backpacked around Europe, spending most of my time in France. I must say, that I was extremely impressed with my knowledge of the language and my ability to speak it. In all my French classes, as you may remember, I was unsure of myself and of my ability to speak and to be understood. However, after being immersed in a situation where I had to speak French, I soon realized that I had exactly what it took to get along."
Gabriel Saxton-Ruiz (class of 1998) initially worked in Crystal City, VA for US Airways in the Sales Analysis and Systems Department. He is now pursuing graduate studies at the University of Tennesee, Knoxville
Tracy Skidmore (class of 1998) is working for the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill as a Sales Manager.
Jessica Hoffman (class of 1998) finished her teaching certification in August and got a job at the Las Vegas Academy of International Studies and Performing Arts.
Charlie Englehart (class of 1998) worked for for Science Applications International Corporation in Dunnloring, VA. and then in the National Security Studies and Strategies Group. In fall of 2001, he began a Master of Science in Foreign Service program at Georgetown's School of Foreign Service. He will pursue my concentration in International Commerce and Finance.
Holly Totushek, née MacDonald (class of 1998) is working as an architect in Florida. She earned an MA in French from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and is now an architect in Florida.
Spencer Mallard (class of 1998) received a job from the French government teaching English to students in at Collège Jean Cocteau in Coulaines near Le Mans after graduation. He pursuied a MA in International Conflict Analysis at the University of Kent's London Centre of International Relations and now works at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS), which is one of five U.S. Department of Defense Regional Centers of Excellence.
Shannon Prince (class of 1998) is teaching French K-6 in Brandon, VT.
Monica Murphy (class of 1998) went to Uzbekistan with the Peace Corps. She is now pursuing graduate studies in ESL in Milwaukee, WI.
Joshua Rayner (class of 1998) did a Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering in Metz, France with Georgia Tech. He studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers in Paris.
Sharon Donaldson (class of 1998 earned a MA in the European Concentration of Area Studies at VPI&SU. She spent two years working with the Peace Corps in Benin, West Africa. She is now pursuing a PhD in French at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Angela Hanna (class of 1998) studied medicine at the University of Utah.
Janina Miserendino (class of 1998, French minor) is the Marketing Coordinator for the Exton, PA office of the Anglo-American division of Yves Rocher. In a recent message to us she wrote: "It is exactly the kind of job I wanted, and it's so great to hear French all the time! I really think everyone can benefit from studying a foreign language, especially business students like me."
Nicole Williamson (class of 1998, French Minor) pursued a Master of Arts at University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Industrial/Organizational psychology.
Lisa Marie Givens, née Craig (class 1997) worked for the Governor's office as a writer and attended graduate school at Virginia Commonwealth University working on a Masters in Education.
Ben Lieb (class of 1997) taught French part time at VPI&SU during the 1998-99 school year and went on to work for the Peace Corp in China. In May 2003, he earned a Masters of Education from VPI&SU.
Eric Oberlander (class of 1997) graduated from Medical School at Virginia Commonwealth University
Sharon Topp, née Trader (class of 1997) started a job this year teaching French and German at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas with Prince William County Schools. She has gone on to earn at Masters MA in German at Klagenfurt in Austria.
Mary Gordon, née Wood (class of 1997) got a job with Science Applications International Corporation in Dunnloring, VA. and is analyzing international agreements such as the Chemical Weapons Convention and the Proliferation Treaty. She is now in Arlington and has a daughter.
Molly Stauffer (class of 1997) taught French at Williams School in Hampton Roads, VA. She has also taught French at the prestigious Virginia L'Académie Française du Gouverneur. She taught French at the Town School for Boys, a K-8 independent school, in San Francisco, CA.
Carrie Owens (class of 1997, French minor) earned her law degree from Harvard Law School. Carrie was a participant on the VPI&SU Summer Program in Paris. Recently she wrote to us, "I wanted to thank you again for organizing the trip to Paris for us. I speak of it frequently and honestly believe that experience was an important factor in my admittance to Harvard. [...] More specifically, the Paris program helped me to see what it means to be American and to learn more about the French culture. It also taught me independence and showed me quite a bit about who I was as an individual--away from family and friends from school--a lesson that was crucial to my survival here at Harvard. Also, having traveled and spent a summer in Paris, I can speak on so many more topics and can contribute so much more to conversations about Europe, art, or different cultures. Something that is essential for business success.
Thomas Goodnight (class of 1997) is lab manager at NASA's Structural Dynamics Laboratory at the Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, OH.
Anastasia Rathjen (class of 1997, French minor) enrolled for her MBA in International Business at The University of Texas in San Antonio.
John Clair (class of 1997, French minor, Major in finance) GE Capital Corp., Stamford, Conn.
Sabrina A Keenan, née Kalin (class of 1996) teaches French and Spanish at Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland, and she is a National Board Certified Teacher in Spanish.
Amanda Blattner (class of 1996) is a news producer for WBAC TV in Baltimore (NBC affiliate).
Elena Vulovic (class of 1996) graduated from Georgetown Law School in Washington, DC.
Amy Chenoweth (class of 1996) studied film at American University. The Roanoke PBS station aired a documentary she produced and directed entitled "The Mountains Will Remember" on her grandfather's home town of Parrot, VA
Raina Uhden (class of 1996) received an MA (1997) and a docotrate (2005) in French from Columbia University. She was a Visiting Assistant Professor at VPI&SU for the 2005-06 academic year, after which she accepted a lecturer position at Amhearst College where she is currently teaching.
Laura Rotroff (class of 1996, French minor) was working in London as Associate Producer on an Independent feature film in association with an excellent media corporation, setting up a film division of their company. Since then, she been working with Sony / Lowery in Atlanta (in music publishing), and has the opportunity to be around many famous musicians.
Dennis Rodgers (class of 1995) was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and spent a year in France after graduation. He earned MA in French at Indiana University and is now pursuing a PhD in French literature at the same university.
Kim Larsen (class of 1994) is teaching French at Cave Spring High School in Roanoke County.
Eric Bibby (class of 1994) founded his a company, Avatar International Consulting, Inc to provide and market translation, software localization and consulting services. The company provides translation of complex technical documents not appropriate for machine translation. The nature of these documents requires specialized translators who have expertise in the subject field as well as in translation.
Greta Ballard (class of 1993) earned Master's in Curriculum and Instruction and now works for the FAA
Paula Brown (class of 1993) earned Master's degree in French at Middlebury College. She taught French briefly at Radford University and since has been teaching French at Cave Springs High School. Paula received a Fulbright to teach in France. She completed a Ph.D. in Second Language Education from Virginia Tech and is now an Assistant Professor at Roanoke College.
Adrienne Anderson (class of 1993) completed a Masters degree in May of 1999 at VPI&SU in Special Education.
Sarah Glasco (class of 1993) earned her doctorate in French at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and is now teaching French at Elon University.
Siri Lynn Compton, née Matthews (class of 1993) earned a Fulbright Scholarship and spent a year in France after graduation. Upon her return to the United States she did graduate work at the Monterey Language Institute in California.
Anne Jacobsen (née Pepelko) (class of 1992) taught at the Blacksburg Montessori school.
Adam Funk (class of 1992) MSc in natural language processing at the UMIST Centre for Computational Linguistics in Manchester England. He earned his PhD. in 2006. He now works in Sheffeld, England on natural language processing.
Bob Mahan (class of 1991) retired from his position as professor of Mechanical Engineering to become the Directeur des Etudes at Georgia Tech Lorraine in Metz, France. He has since retired from the position.
Ginny Brockett (class of 1991) earned a second degree in computer science and has a job for a telecom company in North Carolina.
Paige Anderson (class of 1991) is teaching gifted children in Richmond, Virginia.
Kerry Carter (née Coulter) (class of 1990) taught French and techonology in Georgia.
Kristen Koster (class of 1989) did an MA at St. John's College in New Mexico and received a fellowship to do a Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies in France. She is now pursuing her PhD in French at the University of California at Davis.
Tommy Minnix (class of 1989) is producing short films including Jigsaw Venus which was recently recognized at the Sundance film festival.
Gary Hayes (class of 1988) returned to VPI&SU to earn a Master's degree in Mathematics.
Robert Giannas (class of 1986) earned in PhD in French from the University of Virginia in 1997.
Jeanne C. DaDamio (née Centracchio) (class of 1975) earned her MAEd at Va Tech in 1976, specializing in Counseling and Student Personnel. She has been employed by IBM since 1976 and serves on the Va Tech Alumni Board of Directors.
Garland Tillery (class of 1973) taught French, English and Earth Science for about six years. During that time he obtained a private pilotís license and was offered a position with the Educational Programs Office at NASA. For about six years he traveled to universities and tradeshows in the US, Canada, and to the Paris Air Show to give lectures on new aeronautical research projects within the agency. He returned to school and earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from ODU in 1986 and became a ballistic protection, small boat and life raft designer for the US Navy at the Naval Sea Systems Command. During those years he was the supervisor for several French Naval Academy students from ENSIETA who were completing their senior projects. He also worked on joint American-French research projects and made several trips to Paris. He retired after 20 years in 2007.
Laura Doll (class of 1971) lives in Austin with my husband Larry Doll (Arch, 1971) who teaches Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. She currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.
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