UNICEF Commissioned Photographer
Adriane Ohanesian ’04
Received her B.A. in Anthropology and a minor degree in Nonviolent Conflict Resolution from Colorado College in 2008. She graduated from The International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program in the summer of 2010. Adriane is currently based in Juba, South Sudan commissioned by UNICEF, South Sudan to photograph their projects on education, immunizations, and malnutrition throughout Central Equatoria State.
Wendy Beatty ’05
Waldorf School graduate Wendy Beatty is an Optomechanical Engineer for Prysm based in San Jose, California – a firm specializing in commercial video walls. BSME Union College 2009.
“I was designing high precision optical metrology equipment at my last job, and am now focusing on precision laser alignment in a high volume manufacturing environment.”
PhD in Clinical Psychology
Katie Cooper Lewis ’03
Katie Lewis defended her Ph.D. dissertation entitled “The Relationship between Personality Organization, Object Relations, Impulsivity and Suicidal Behavior” for her work in Clinical Psychology. She also recently won the Stuart Hauser Memorial Award, awarded by the Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Research Society, for the poster presentation entitled “Impact of Object Relations and Impulsivity on Persistent Suicidal Behavior”.
What Could Be?
Jack Murphy ’04
Teacher Jack Murphy asks this vibrant question of his students. Jack graduated with honors from Bates College with a degree in Physics. He is teaching high school biology, chemistry and environmental science in Philadelphia. Jack coaches the outdoor and rock climbing clubs, and oversees the boarding program.
Chelsea Mei Grandy ’06
WSSS Congratulates Chelsa on her recent accomplishments. BA Warren Wilson college Class Speaker 2011, Mathematics Major, 2 years – SMART Grant, 3 years – Traeh Scholarship, Watkins Scholarship – Musical Excellence Research: Analysis of U Geminorum’s Light Curves
Benjamin Smith ’10
Congratulations to our graduate, Ben Smith for making the Dean’s list. Ben was selected to spend his spring semester 2011 on an archaeological dig in Kenya as part of his Archaeology major at Stonybrook University.