Class of 2009
- Gabriela Lupatkin
- 200 W. 98th Street, Apt. 4W
- New York, NY 10025
Congratulations to Benjamin Bechtolsheim, who was selected one of 12 George J. Mitchell Scholars and will pursue a year of postgraduate study in Ireland during the 2012–13 academic year. He plans to study for an M.B.A. at University College Dublin. Benjamin is a consultant for international development organizations in Washington, D.C. His primary client is the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty, where he oversees a multicountry research study in sub-Saharan Africa on new biomedical approaches to HIV prevention. The 13th class of Mitchell Scholars was chosen from 300 applicants by the U.S.–Ireland Alliance.
|More than 250 alumni, parents and friends celebrated at the Alumni Club of Greater Boston’s 12th annual holiday reception at the newly renovated Rose Art Museum. 1. From left: Event chairs Detlev Suderow ’70, P’05, a Brandeis fellow, and his wife, Ellen Beth Lande ’73, P’05; President Fred Lawrence; Doug Rosner ’88, president of the Alumni Club of Greater Boston; and Nancy Winship, P’10, P’12, senior vice president of institutional advancement. 2. From left: Robin Farber ’09, Shaked Hoter ’09 and Erika Geller ’09.|