Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - April 2010
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Emeriti faculty are stars of Founders Day
The College celebrated its 99th birthday in style on April 5. View photos and the 1,300 signatures on the birthday card. 
Camel athletics gets a new graphic identity
Alumni debate the design on Facebook; view video of the Camel reveal. 
GOLD Challenge exceeds goal
Trustee Zoe K. Henriquez '99 leads all-out effort with Classes of 2000-2009. 
Four science students win research honors
Their awards -- including an NSF fellowship -- bring recognition to the College's science and international programs. 
Reunion could set a record: registrations are more than double last year's
Special events, a "green" theme and alumni networking are driving the numbers. Find out which alumna is this year's keynote speaker. 
Olympian Anita DeFrantz '74 is inducted into the Rowing Hall of Fame
DeFrantz, described by ESPN as "one of sport's true pioneers," is advocating to open more Olympic sports to women. 
Alumni connect with students on campus this month
Topics include green careers, working for the U.S. State Department and researching in the Peruvian Amazon. 
College's first Vietnamese graduate launches her diplomatic career
Nguyen Quynh Trang '03 had a key role when Queen Margrethe II of Denmark visited Vietnam in November. 
Alumni Board nominates three directors
Brent Never '99, Ken Kabel '76 P'12 and Cynthia Linton Fleming '54 are on the slate. 
Alumni, parents help Camels by providing internships
Summer work gives students opportunities to test their skills and knowledge. 
Announcements
  • Memorial service for Helen Mulvey is April 21.
  • IRA charitable rollover likely to be extended.
  • Check out the latest alumni employment newsletters. 
  • Media Bytes
  • Professor Abigail Van Slyck and students research New London's factories
  • Homeless shelter dedicates children's room to Elizabeth Durante '10
  • Professor Catherine McNicol Stock weighs in on government reactions to militia groups in the New York Times 
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