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The HWS Update

At a ceremony this summer in New York City, Kareem Harper ’00 was named to The Network Journal‘s list of “40 Under 40.” Compiled by TNJ, the quarterly magazine for black professionals and business owners, the list acknowledges men and women younger than 40, like Harper, whose professional accomplishments have significantly impacted their industry or

With her startup, Cultural Roadmapp, founder and president Deborah Schull ’78 plans to transform the traditional road trip into an authentic personal experience, using GPS to illuminate local culture and landmarks along the drive. The app — the first of its kind that is hands-free –provides context via interviews with experts, actors reading poetry and

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

Derek Akner ’12, who will soon join the marketing and investor relations team at Nikko Asset Management, is raising money during February and March for Covenant House’s “Sleep Out” program to support homeless youth. For more than 40 years, Covenant House has offered food, shelter and guidance to young people in need. Through 21 locations

On Saturday, Jan. 23, Hobart and William Smith celebrated the grand opening of the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts, an extraordinary 65,000-square-foot facility that brings together music, dance, theatre and media and society in a unified academic space for the first time in HWS history. “The performing arts have long been a vital part

In December, Joyce Cupaiuolo Rosely ’92 earned the Traders Magazine Wall Street Women Leadership Award for professional excellence in the historically male-dominated financial industry. With more than 20 years of experience in the financial services sector, Rosely currently serves as managing director of Convergex Execution Solutions. She was formerly director of Global Portfolio Trading at

For her passion to harness each and every one of her students’ full potential, Amanda Levy ’11, a sixth grade history lead teacher at Success Academy Harlem East, was recently honored with a Teacher Excellence Award. Levy was chosen as one of just 24 teachers from nearly 1,000 to receive the award, which recognizes outstanding

Cameron Pugach ’15 will begin graduate study in forensic psychology this fall at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. A Presidential Scholarship from John Jay will fund Pugach’s study for the entirety of his master’s studies. In addition to the Presidential Scholarship, the program in forensic psychology at John Jay stood

“Luckiest Girl Alive,” the instant New York Times bestselling debut novel by Jessica Knoll ’06, is being hailed by critics as a “dark, twisty” thriller whose “razor-sharp writing” and “propulsive prose” (EW) has drawn comparisons to “Gone Girl” but stands apart with its “humor, cultural insight, and thematic heft” (Alissa Nutting, author of “Tampa”). A