Class of 1995

Dr. Amith Majumdar '95

July 11, 2014

Amith Majumdar ’95 Modernizes Pediatric Dentistry

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By Jillian Bevacqua When Dr. Amith Majumdar ’95 launched Lehigh Valley Pediatric Dentistry in 2006, he created an office as unique as his specialty. With his partner, pediatric orthodontist Dr. Steven Ely, he installed digital radiography. This process creates much less chemical waste and exposes children to 75 percent less radiation than traditional X-rays. He [...]

Kartik Chandran '95 reviews data with a colleague. Photo courtesy Albert Einstein College of Medicine

June 24, 2013

Kartik Chandran ’95 Leads Research in Blocking Deadly Ebola Virus

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By Andrew Clark A team of researchers led by Kartik Chandran ’95 managed to break open Ebola’s previously elusive mechanism for entering a cell. “It’s a first step toward a therapeutic,” said Chandran in “Race for a Cure,” Newsweek (Aug. 6, 2012). “We have a bona fide target.” The discovery was described in two articles by [...]

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August 31, 2012

Margaret Marion ’95 Directs Human Resources for CBS Radio and Mentors Students

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By Lori H. Burke As director of human resources for CBS Radio, Margaret Marion ’95 manages the entertainment conglomerate’s greatest asset—talent. From CBS Radio’s offices in New York City, Marion’s primary role as a human resources generalist is employee relations, working with employees and key managers as a strategic business partner and counseling on company [...]

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May 19, 2011

With a Powerful but Gentle Touch, Harrison Bailey ’95 Is Changing the World One Student at a Time

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Like Mentor, whom Odysseus placed in charge of his son Telemachus when he left for the Trojan War, Harrison Bailey III watches over more than 800 students. As an assistant principal at Parkland High School, Allentown, Pa., Harrison Bailey III ’95 oversees safety, graduation, hall monitors, and teacher duties. In addition, he has responsibility for [...]

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May 4, 2010

Vicki Salemi ’95 Discusses New Book on ABC News Now

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She’s the author of Big Career in the Big City: Land a Job and Get a Life in New York Vicki Salemi ’95 appeared on the ABC News Now program May 4 to discuss her new book, Big Career in the Big City: Land a Job and Get a Life in New York (Jist Works). [...]

Lafayette College

January 20, 2009

Tailor-Made Medications

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Cellular GenetiX founder Dr. David A. Targan ’95 promotes application of genetics in medicine By Matt Sinclair ’90 When people get headaches, they tend to take over-the-counter pain relievers that have worked for them in the past – a decision based on trial and error. That may be fine for a headache, but what if [...]

Lafayette College

December 9, 2008

The Jane Goodall of Design

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Kat Darula ’95 uses an anthropologist’s approach to improve people’s lives by Kate Helm Kat Darula ’95 knew she was in the right job when she began working on the “resuscitation bay of the future,” a project to give surgeons more time as they work to keep patients alive. “We literally had to stand there [...]

Lafayette College

October 12, 2008

Smoothing The Lines of Communication

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Ben Stump ’95 provides companies with network solutions as chief technology officer at Kentrox As executive vice president and chief technology officer of Kentrox, which helps companies with their telecommunications networks, Ben Stump ’95 provides the vision and leadership in defining corporate strategy. He also is responsible for the execution and management of the company’s [...]

Lafayette College

April 15, 2008

Life-Saving Teamwork

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Matt Kujovsky ’95 helps sustain life with CPR training facilitated by John Donleavy ’78 Matt Kujovsky ’95 was standing on the sideline when a referee dropped to both knees and hit the football field face first without raising a cushioning hand. For Kujovsky, the next series of events happened so fast they are a bit [...]

Lafayette College

December 14, 2007

Siobhan Crann Winograd ’95 Combines Womanhood, Work, Family

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Former Tiffany product development director sells jewelry and more via Womily business Siobhan Crann Winograd ’95 recently launched Womily, a business that sells jewelry and the Touch line, custom-made charms, pendants, and cufflinks capturing the fingerprint of a loved one. Touch products are available on the web site or by appointment at Neiman Marcus. When [...]