Stephen Garber co-wrote a new entry in the NASA History Series, “Origins of 21st-Century Space Travel.” David Hollander, assistant dean of the problem-solving program known as Real World at New York University’s School of Professional Studies and clinical associate professor at NYU’s Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport, received the 2019 NYU Distinguished Teaching Award. The experiential curriculum he devised for Real World creates hands-on experiences for NYU students through partnerships with Nike, Porsche, Ace Hotel, the Atlantic and JetBlue, among other companies. Jay Horowitz retired as managing editor of Bloomberg Law after 21 years and reopened his law practice in Gaithersburg, Maryland, where he worked in the 1990s. He handles trademark protection, immigration, estate planning and business law. He and his wife, Lisa, live in North Potomac and have three children, who are in college or beyond. Rob Lindeman went back to school in 2018 to complete a postgraduate certificate in Antarctic studies at the University of Canterbury, in Christchurch, New Zealand, where he works. The courses included 12 days of fieldwork around Scott Base, a New Zealand research facility in Antarctica. Rob writes, “We camped in tents for three nights, counted seals, dug ice pits to measure ice-shelf changes and climbed a fair bit. I am completely humbled by the experience.” He planned to return to the base in November to work for two weeks as a tutor. Wayne Weitz has rejoined GlassRatner Advisory & Capital Group, a financial advisory firm, as a principal in its New York office. He focuses on advising troubled companies and stakeholders in and out of bankruptcy.
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