In the Media
An article coauthored by President Elizabeth Bradley and Ming-Wen An, Vassar Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, for JAMA Open Network on how to reopen colleges safely was noted by numerous media outlets including Inside Higher Ed, the Scientist and PIX11. Bradley discussed the article’s conclusions on WAMC.
Broadway World noted the release of a new EP by SpongeBob SquarePants star Ethan Slater ’14 (pictured).
Bobbie Kilberg ’65, president and CEO of the Northern Virginia Technology Council, was interviewed on the Federal News Network’s Leaders and Legends program.
Former Trustee Steven A. Reiss ’73 received the American Bar Association’s John H. Pickering Award of Achievement, as announced by the association.
Sherrilyn Ifill ’84 was appointed to the Baltimore Museum of Art’s board of trustees, as announced by the museum.
Yoshi Sanders ’24 spoke with the Daily Hampshire Gazette about the challenges of studying the performing arts remotely during the pandemic.
Michael Carey ’90 was named the third president of Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx, as announced by the school.
Marc Michael Epstein, Professor of Religion on the Mattie M. Paschall Davis and Norman H. Davis Chair and Director of Jewish Studies, wrote a two-part article titled “The Once and Future Temple” for Mosaic magazine.
John McCleary, Professor of Mathematics, reviewed the book Eighteen Essays in Non-Euclidean Geometry for the Mathematical Association of America.
An appreciation of astronomer Maria Mitchell, Vassar’s first professor, appeared in Forbes.
Matthew Keith Siemionko ’04 was remembered by the Cape Gazette.