Elisa Thomas '95 (journalism/political science), the first global director of digital education at Estée Lauder Companies, teaches some of Estée Lauder’s more than 40,000 employees worldwide how to market through social media. She was on campus recently for the SBS alumni/student networking event.
Sara Amell '14 (sociology), who is paying her own way through college, has asked herself annually, "Can I afford another year?" Naturally, she was thrilled to receive the Class of 1945 Merit Scholarship to help with expenses.
Lynnette Leidy Sievert (anthropology), international expert on menopause and symptoms at midlife as aspects of human variation, as well as the evolution of menopause and post-reproductive life, takes over the helm of the top journal in the field.
Prof. Angela de Oliveira (resource economics) presented “Care Provision: An Experimental Investigation,” part of a larger project funded by the National Science Foundation, at the Science of Philanthropy Initiative's annual conference.
Top l to r: Adam Szajgin, Adam Polanger, Jeremy Browne, Jeff Bielat, Elyse Landolfi, James Crosby, Jillian Eldredge; Bottom l to r: Steve Laddin, Tori Wechsler, Richie Carvill (grey shirt) Caitlin O'Kelly-Moriarty