Campuswide Honors Alumni Updates – Summer 2019

  • Troy Campbell (’09) is an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Oregon and is co-publishing an article on how passionate employees may be more easily exploited at work. Read more about his recent research here.
  • Jordan Edmunds (’18) has been named a 2019 fellow by the Fannie and John Hertz Foundation, which is dedicated to advancing groundbreaking applied science with real-world benefits for all humanity. A Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering at UC Berkeley, Jordan specializes in the fabrication of neural interfaces. Read more about Jordan and this prestigious award here.
  • Christina S. Green (’04) is teaching a product management certificate through the University of Washington Professional and Continuing education. She and partner Evan Daikoku also welcomed their baby Rosa this past May!
  • Michael McNamara (’08) served as producer for the feature-length documentary, “KAIZAN: Rhythm and Bamboo.” This documentary is about famous shakuhachi (Japanese flute) master John Kaizan Neptune. Learn more about the film and Michael’s story here.
  • Amy Spahn (Rothermund) (’10) released a new novel this past March. Read about Enchantress Undercover and get your copy here.
  • Vicky Zhou (’07) and husband Matthew Glassman welcomed baby Zoey Bryce Glassman into their family on January 26, 2019. Vicky is also a Director at the New York center of BCG Digital Ventures, in the digital health space.

Matthew Glassman, baby Zoey, and Vicky Zhou


In Memoriam
Campuswide Honors would like to honor the memory of Dave Hurwitz (’92), who passed away on April 8, 2019.


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