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Alumni Notes


Amelia Maglacas, DrPH ’68, ScD, honoris causa, was selected by Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tenn.) as one of the 100 leaders in celebration of the 100th anniversary of its School of Nursing.


William Beckner, MHS ’75, retired in 1982 as a commander in the Medical Service Corps, U.S. Navy, to take a position at the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) as a staff scientist. He retired from that position in 2004 as executive director emeritus.

Deborah Valulick Dawson, PhD, ScM ’76, director of the Division of Biostatistics and Research Design at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry, was awarded the first Morris Bernstein Professorship in Dentistry.

Everette James, MD, ScD ’71, was inducted into the James B. Duke Society, is a member of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, and is a board member of the Center for the Study of the American South. He authored the book Collecting American Paintings.

Trinidad Osteria, ScD ’71, is the president of Yuchengco Center, a policy research center in De La Salle University in the Philippines, commissioned by UNESCO Regional Office of Asia and the Pacific to produce 13 country monographs on adolescent reproductive health.

William Robinson, MD, MPH ’73, was recognized by Bloomberg School Dean Michael J. Klag for “Exemplary and Dedicated Service” while serving as President of the Alpha Chapter of the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society (2006–2008).

Edgar Roulhac, PhD, MPH ’75, Johns Hopkins University vice provost for academic services, has been appointed as a commissioner and member of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The commission accredits institutions of higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other locations abroad.

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