Kristine (Keenan) Kazie, MA’80, has been teaching Spanish language, culture and literature at the community-college and high-school levels for more than 25 years. She is the mother of 24-year-old twins. Streets International, the Southeast Asia-based social enterprise for disadvantaged, orphaned and trafficked youth that Neal Bermas, Heller PhD’81, founded, received the Hyatt Global Community Award in recognition of the program’s work in Vietnam. Hendrik Hartog, MA’81, PhD’82, the Class of 1921 Bicentennial Professor in the History of American Law and Liberty at Princeton, has been named the New-York Historical Society’s Sis Lapidus Fellow for the 2015-16 academic year. He is working on two book projects focused on northern New Jersey and New York City during the first 40 years of the 19th century. Pittsburgh Magazine named Karen Wolk Feinstein, Heller PhD’83, one of its three Pittsburghers of the Year, for shepherding the Jewish Healthcare Foundation from its creation into a national voice for patient safety and health-care quality. Barry Aprison, PhD’84, senior lecturer in the biological sciences at the University of Chicago, was elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Debbie Korisky Prog, MJC’84, has retired after a career as an education director and program director. She lives in Huntington Beach, California, with her husband, daughter and dog. Hong Zhou, MA’85, PhD’92, P’06, works at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. The book “In the Cement Boxes,” by Pnina Motzafi-Haller, PhD’88, was adapted into a play by Israeli actor/director Yiftach Klein. Paul Overland, PhD’88, authored “Learning Biblical Hebrew Interactively,” an illustrated textbook that takes a semi-immersion, second-language-acquisition approach to teaching biblical Hebrew. Mark DiPietro, MFA’89, is chair of the theater program and the Division of Visual and Performing Arts at Siena Heights University, in Michigan. He serves on the board of the Croswell Opera House, Michigan’s oldest continuously operated theater. He and his wife, Camila, have been married 28 years.

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