Class Correspondent

20th Reunion
June 3-5, 2016

S. Michael Abramson and David Eric Morris joined 12 other Brandeis alumni at a group swearing-in ceremony to the U.S. Supreme Court bar in June. Michael works in Waltham as a lawyer at MultiPlan, a comprehensive provider of health-care cost-management solutions. Eric is assistant general counsel at TripAdvisor. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, H’96, offered their greetings to the group. Adam Cutler was appointed senior vice president of corporate affairs at Tekmira, a biopharmaceutical company. Previously, he successfully executed financings and advised a range of life-science companies while working for the Trout Group and Trout Capital. The work of Keren Kroul, of Minneapolis, was featured at “Charted Memories,” an exhibition at the MacRostie Gallery, in Grand Rapids, Minn. Using watercolor on paper, she creates large multi-paneled paintings she calls “landscapes of the mind.” Her work was also featured in the 2014 Minnesota Biennial at the Minnesota Museum of American Art. This year, Keren received an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. Former Brandeis basketball captain Jamie Murphy was inducted into the Berkshire County (Mass.) Girls Basketball Hall of Fame. At Taconic High School, she scored more than 1,200 points and was the first girl to reach the 1,000-point mark. Tamara and Dan Rademacher have lived in Oakland and Berkeley, Calif., since graduation. Tamara is associate director of exhibits at the California Academy of Sciences, where she leads content development for new exhibitions. Her most recent exhibition, “Color of Life,” opened in June. Dan is project director at Stamen Design, a custom cartography and data-visualization firm in San Francisco. Among his recent projects is, a statewide parks search engine powered by social media. He writes, “Our Oakland yard is full of fruit trees, and the cupboards are well-stocked with home-canned jam.”

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