"Two Places at Once"
Kathryn was born in Vermont and earned a degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. Her editorial illustrations are published nationally and her drawings and collages shown in art galleries. She designs custom print projects for private and corporate clients and sells handmade screenprints of her work. She currently lives in Los Angeles, where she collaborates with writer-filmmaker Richard Kaponas. They call their studio the Haunted House of Projects.
Gerise teaches courses at NWU such as “Gender and the Art of Film” and “Women Writing Across Cultures.” She has published on Caribbean women writers and African cinema. She has served as Fulbright program advisor since 2000. She’s on sabbatical researching manifestations and perceptions of women’s power in Rwanda (as well as among the Zapatistas in Mexico). She will present a portion of that research at a conference in Toulouse.
“An Rx for IQ?”
Berniece is a professor and chair of the Health and Human Performance Department. As an educator, she believes in the Treasure Hunter’s philosophy that “all children are capable of success—no exceptions.” She shares that philosophy with students who want to become teachers. Berniece will begin a sabbatical in the spring and will write curricula in the areas of outdoor education and health education methods.
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Jackie is responsible for the section of the magazine that thousands of our readers flip to first: Class Notes. The section has grown in length, detail and popularity since she took the helm as Class Notes editor. Jackie is also donor relations manager for the university's Advancement Office. You can send her your news at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to include a photo, too.