Armed Subject

BENS Alert: Armed subject on campus. Take shelter; lock doors, windows; silence cell phone and remain quiet. Don't let anyone in room until area cleared by authorities. - Posted 11/20/17, 11:54 PM EST

Class Correspondent

David Bunis, P’16, was named senior vice president and general counsel at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He spent five years at Brandeis as chief legal officer, secretary of the corporation and chief of staff to the president. Glen Milstein is a tenured associate professor at the City College of New York, where he has taught psychology since 2001. For the past five years, he has worked with the Mental Health Center of Denver to develop a community-outreach program in collaboration with clergy. He spoke about his model of clergy outreach and professional engagement at a conference in Istanbul, Turkey. Glen writes, “My wife, Andi Casson ’82, and I managed to raise two New York City kids into young adults, with humor and frequent astonishment at all that psychology has left to learn.” Reflecting on his time at Brandeis, he adds, “I am ever grateful to Professor Art Wingfield, who first mentored me on the fundamentals of research (curiosity, conscientious care and humor), which became the foundation of my career.” Rosemary Rodriguez directed Amazon’s series “Sneaky Pete,” which features Bryan Cranston. Her feature film “Silver Skies,” starring George Hamilton, opened in seven cities and ran for eight weeks in Palm Springs, California. Felicia Lebewohl Rosen has returned to the practice of law after working for 10 years as a school psychologist. She practices special-education law in New York City. Her latest article about bullying was published in January by NYParenting.com. Beth Ross has a full-time private practice as a divorce mediator and collaborative coach. She also worked as a family-stabilization case manager and reunification specialist, and founded the Mending Fences Institute three years ago. Daughter Rebecca recently graduated from Tulane, son Jeremy is in his first year of Harvard Law School, and daughter Ilana volunteers with AmeriCorps and has entered college. In her spare time, Beth enjoys hiking and participating in the American Lung Association’s charity bike ride across Cape Cod. Gary Silverman is a shareholder in the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, where he helps lead the private equity practice. He married Louise Monger in 2015. Jeff Goldberg ’81 was in the wedding party. Gary and Louise live in Chicago.

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