Class Correspondent

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.

Holiday reception at the Rose Art Museum
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.
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