Class Correspondent

30th Reunion
June 7-9, 2013

I’m delighted to announce that our class has raised $61,295 for the John “J.J.” Jamoulis Endowed Scholarship Fund in memory of our beloved classmate. This brings the scholarship to well over $50,000, which is the current minimum amount required to endow a scholarship. During the past fiscal year, we raised $11,687, the second-highest amount in a single year since the fund was established in 1996. The fund continues to grow as a tribute to J.J. and provides welcome support for students who might not otherwise be able to afford a Brandeis education. Gifts at any level make a difference. If you are interested in contributing, please contact Lisa Fleischman in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 781-736-4062. In the meantime, as always, we eagerly await news about your life. With Reunion coming up next spring, we all want to catch up. Send in your Class Notes, and let us know you’ll be planning to attend!

Win Thin is the head of emerging-markets currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman. He has a broad international background with a special interest in developing markets. Win received his PhD in economics from Columbia University in 1995, specializing in international and development economics. He received an MA from Georgetown University in 1985.

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