Andrew Billingsley, Ph.D.’64, is a professor of African-American studies at the University of South Carolina. His research interests include the study of childhood and family life in the African-American community, and the black church as a social institution. Gordon Newby, M.A.’65, Ph.D.’66, chairs the Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies at Emory University. Howard Tuttle, Ph.D.’67, a professor of philosophy at the University of Utah, is listed in “Who’s Who in America.” He was recognized for using innovative methods to help teach German and Greek philosophy. Ronald Gove, M.A.’68, Ph.D.’72, retired after serving as a professor of computer science at George Washington University. He earlier worked as a cryptanalyst at the National Security Agency and a consultant/principal in computer security at Booz Allen Hamilton. He writes, “Although I have been retired since 2006, I try to keep up in mathematics by reading math and physics texts.” Stephen Hartgen, M.A.’68, is a representative in the Idaho state legislature. He was appointed in July 2008 and won election four months later. He represents Twin Falls and Owyhee counties in southern Idaho. A retired media executive, he now runs a regional media relations, public policy and business consulting firm.
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