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The HWS Update

This year, HWS Trustee Chris Welles ’84, P’12, P’15 launched the American Rhino Foundation and AmericanRhino.com, a clothing and accessory company focused on empowering consumers to take an active role in biodiversity conservation in Africa. “Ten years ago, we took a family summer vacation in Kenya, which was one of those life changing trips,” explains Welles.

During the 2016 Founder’s Day celebration, the William Smith Alumnae Association will present its highest honor to Lucy E. Kaylin ’81, editor-in-chief of O, The Oprah Magazine. Kaylin, who will participate in a community conversation in the Bartlett Theatre at 7 p.m., on Thursday, Dec. 1, has worked in the magazine industry for more than

Through an internship with the educational-tech leader Chegg, aspiring entrepreneur Sam Solomon ’17 has bolstered his business savvy with newfound confidence and honed his marketing skills. Chegg, which is overseen by President and CEO Daniel L. Rosensweig ’83, specializes in online textbook rentals, homework help, online tutoring, and scholarship and internship matching. At the company’s

Taking them one step closer to fulfilling their career aspirations in finance, four HWS students have secured highly coveted summer internships with J.P. Morgan, one of the world’s leading financial firms. This summer, Margaret Cameron ’17, Justin Partyka ’16 and Grant Soucy ’17 will join J.P. Morgan at its New York City headquarters, while Nate

Donna L. Daniels ’86 has been named the senior vice president of business services for the Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils. Daniels – who most recently served as the vice president in the NBA’s Team Marketing and Business Operations (TMBO) department – “will now help the Devils and the arena ‘optimize the organization’s

Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68, vice chair and chair elect of the HWS Board of Trustees, plays a prominent role in the upcoming Maryland Public Television documentary and associated traveling exhibit, both of which pay tribute to the service of Vietnam War veterans from Maryland. Bozzuto, who was a combat correspondent for the 25th Infantry Division

With a desire to create some of the safest rubber ducks in the world, Craig Wolfe ’74, founder and president of CelebriDucks, has just released the new groundbreaking product, The Good Ducks. Among the safest rubber ducks for babies to teethe on, the Good Ducks are PVC-, phthalate-, and BPA-free, and are manufactured and designed

This May, Mary Buchanan Brush ’88 will be inducted into the prestigious College of Fellows at the national American Institute of Architects (AIA) convention in Philadelphia. The induction is one of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member, with the College of Fellows representing just 2.5 percent of the nearly 85,000 AIA

Sankofa partnered with the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education, the Office of Intercultural Affairs, Office of Advancement, and African and Latino Alumni Association (ALAA) to host the Colleges’ first Multicultural Career and Networking Conference on Saturday, March 5. Beginning at 9 a.m., the event included several panel discussions and workshops with alumni

David Bruenner ’05 and Chris Schmidt, co-founders and co-designers of dry goods brand Jack Iron, announced Tuesday, Feb. 23 the launch of a Kickstarter campaign supporting an initial product line of handcrafted belts and functional accessories that combine rich leather with distinctive nautical snap shackles. Bruenner and Schmidt are seeking to raise $20,000 from backers