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AAVC Bestows 2019 Spirit of Vassar and Outstanding Faculty-Staff Awards

The AAVC presented its annual Spirit of Vassar Award to dance educator Russell Baker ’91 and its Outstanding Faculty-Staff Award to Robert K. Brigham, Vassar’s Shirley Ecker Boskey Professor of History and International Relations. (Pictured: Sharon Davidson Chang ’84, 'P19, AAVC Alumnae/i Recognition Chair; Russell Baker; President Elizabeth Bradley; Robert Brigham, and AAVC President Steve Hankins ’85, P'13, '17.)  (Photo by Karl Rabe)

In the Media

  • Artist Alexa Meade ’09 (pictured), who is known for making 3-D images look 2-D, was the subject of an Inside Hook story.

    Amy Entelis ’71, Executive Vice President for Talent and Development at CNN Worldwide, was the subject of a Variety story written by CNN anchor Jake Tapper, in honor of Entelis’s inclusion in Variety’s New Power of New York list. She was also quoted in Variety, Daily News, and Food & Wine stories about a documentary about the life and work of television chef and cookbook author Julia Child.

    Author Sarah Kozloff, Professor of Film on the William R. Kenan Jr. Chair, wrote a Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America article about recommended films.

    The late Andrew Tallon, Associate Professor of Art, and his work mapping Notre Dame Cathedral were mentioned in a Directions Magazine story about how to capture culture on a map.