by Catherine Newman ’90
Medicine: Carolyn Sufrin ’97 (major: anthropology and chemistry) in an ob-gyn and an anthropologist. She works from multiple vantage points to serve the health care needs of incarcerated women.
by Katherine Duke ’05
Religion: On his path from nightclub owner to Catholic monk to Buddhist monk, A.C. Cuda ’68 has worked in small ways to help those facing big problems.
by Geoffrey Giller ’10
Oceanography: Hilary Palevsky ’07 measures carbon in the sea using a technique that may one day help scientists alleviate climate change.