WMO evaluation of northern hemispheric coldesttemperature: -69.6°C at Klinck Greenland, 22 December1991

first_imgA World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Extremes Evaluation Committee investigated an observation of −69.6 °C by Klinck Automatic Weather Station (AWS) in Greenland on 22 December 1991 as the lowest temperature observed in Greenland, thereby making it the lowest recorded near‐surface air temperature for the Northern and Western Hemispheres and for WMO Region VI. The committee examined the metadata and observations of the station as well as the regional synoptic circulation. The committee concluded that the observation is credible in terms of instrument calibration, monitoring of the station and the synoptic situation. Consequently, the WMO Rapporteur accepted the observation as the officially lowest observed near‐surface air temperature for Greenland, the Northern and Western Hemisphere and for WMO Region VI. As a supplement to this investigation, the committee also recommends that opportunities be investigated such that AWS data from Greenland can be efficiently incorporated into real‐time weather forecasts and hence into reanalysis datasets.last_img read more

Weber State rallies to avoid upset, 30-27 over North Dakota

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah (AP) — Jake Constantine scored on a 12-yard keeper with 2:49 left, Trey Tuttle kicked a 32-yarder with 31 seconds left, and Weber State rallied to beat North Dakota 30-27 for its seventh straight win on Saturday.Constantine’s 12-yard TD run tied it at 27, capping an eight-play, 75-yard drive for the Wildcats (8-2), ranked third in the FCS Coaches Poll. The Fighting Hawks’ Brock Boltmann fumbled the ensuing kickoff return, and Weber State’s Aaron Sessions recovered at the North Dakota 7. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty pushed the Wildcats back to the 22.The Fighting Hawks (5-4) scored 13 straight points to lead 27-20 on Brady Leach’s 34-yard field goal with 7:01 left in the game.Constantine was 17 of 23 for 230 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions and ran five times for 43 yards and a TD. Kevin Smith ran 25 times for 104 yards and David Ames caught six passes for 105 yards and a score.Nate Ketteringham passed for 304 yards and three touchdowns for North Dakota. Noah Wanzek caught seven passes for 140 yards and a touchdown. Tags: Big Sky/Weber State Wildcats Football November 9, 2019 /Sports News – Local Weber State rallies to avoid upset, 30-27 over North Dakota Associated Presslast_img read more

CHANNEL 44 NEWS: 44 NEWS ALMANAC FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 29th, 2017

first_img44News Almanac For The Week Of January 29th, 2017A look back at the people and events that made headlines this week in history: January 29th 1845 – Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” was published for the first time in the “New York Evening Mirror.” 1861 – In America, Kansas became the 34th state..FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img

“IS IT TRUE” DECEMBER 16, 2019

first_imgIf you would like to advertise on the CCO please contact us at City-County [email protected]:  Any comments posted in this column do not represent the views or opinions of the City-County Observer or our advertisers.We understand that sometimes people don’t always agree and discussions may become a little heated.  The use of offensive language, insults against commenters will not be tolerated and will be removed from our site.Any comments posted in this column do not represent the views or opinions of the City-County Observer or our advertisers IS IT TRUE we wonder if any of our readers have seen any “Street Sweepers” in action during the last 6 months?  …if so, did anyone observe the “Street Sweepers” deposit any water on the roadway while sweeping the streets?IS IT TRUE that Democrat Amy Back is posturing to run for the Vanderburgh County Council At-Large seat?  …that Amy has an impressive resume that makes her uniquely qualified to serve on the Vanderburgh County Council?  …if she decides to run for the Vanderburgh County Council seat she will make one heck of a candidate? IS IT TRUE that many small-town Mayors across the country are suffering from a new political disorder called “Buttigieg Derangement Syndrome (BDS)”?… “Buttigieg Derangement Syndrome” is what causes small town Mayors to look in the mirror and start singing “Hail to the Chief” because this political disorder makes them believe because they have been elected Mayor in places that have no national visibility at all that they can follow Mayor Pete’s path to become President of the United States? IS IT TRUE we hope that members of the Evansville City Council will defer any decision concerning increasing the proposed monthly “Single -Stream” recycling fee to 25% for City residents at this evening’s Council meeting?  …City Council members should take a little more time to study this issue?  …that “business 101” always warns that one should never negotiate under pressure? We hope that today’s “IS IT TRUE” will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we, as responsible citizens of this community, need to address in a rational and responsible way? IS IT TRUE that is no greater ambassador of goodwill than a homegrown non-partisan community newspaper?  …that local newspapers can serve as a “Community Watchdog” by sounding the alarm when the citizen’s rights are being violated? …we realize that a community can have no greater ambassador of goodwill than one which keeps its citizens informed about their accomplishments, failure, and triumphs? IS IT TRUE that some of our elected officials seemly forgotten that the first amendment to the U. S. Constitution states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the rights of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the government for redress of grievance”? IS IT TRUE when small-town politicians that preside over an increasing crime rate and a mediocre economy get national attention, every pissant politician who rides in parades hearing “Hail to the Chief” in their own mind catches “Buttigieg Derangement Syndrome”?…that this political disorder may be contagious enough to infect the thinking of current Mayors too?…it may already have done so?IS IT TRUE last week we posted that” the owner of the City-County Observer was recently approached by a group of local financially successful business investors asking him to consider publishing a printed Sunday newspaper on their behalf for the Evansville/Vanderburgh County area? …that the real truth is that they would really like to outright purchase the City-County Observer?IS IT TRUE to our surprise we received four (4) unsolicited inquiries of individuals from people that are interested in purchasing the City-County Observer? …the owner of the City-County Observer told them that his criteria to sell to potential buyers is that they must pledge to remain an “Independent Non-Partisan Community Newspaper” that encourages “Good Public Policy”?IS IT TRUE that the 3rd District County Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave (R) is running for re-election and will have over $100,000 in the bank by December 31st? …Commissioner Musgrave, will also make history by becoming the first female to ever be elected three (3) times as a Vanderburgh County Commissioner?IS IT TRUE that 1st District County Commissioner Ben Shoulders (D) is running for re-election and will have over $125,000 in the bank by December 31st?…that Commissioner Shoulders will be the first person to win re-election as a District One Commissioner since Rick Borries in 1992? IS IT TRUE we wonder if local attorney Charles Berger ever receive the information he requested from the EVCS? IS IT TRUE we are told that Deputy Treasurer Dottie Thomas is gearing up to announce her intentions to run for the Vanderburgh County Treasurer position during the next election cycle?  …that Dottie has a solid reputation of serving the taxpayers in a non-partisan manner?  …Dottie Thomas is extremely likable and hard working?IS IT TRUE that today’s “Readers Poll” question is: What are the chances of former Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel being elected Indiana Attorney General?We are pleased to provide obituaries from area funeral homes at no cost.  We are also pleased to announce that we are now providing news from all the area High Schools.  Please scroll down the paper and you shall see a listing of them. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Ocean City Police Activity Report April 27 to May 3

first_imgPUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a city ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk any time during the year.City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street.  Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations.Just a reminder that parking meters have been installed and are working. Please remember to put money in the meters. April 27, 2014: Sunday                                                Calls for service: 88Motor Vehicle Stops: 22Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 26Alarms: 5The Police Department assisted with 8 Fire and 6 EMS callsFight, 200 block 9th Street, at 2:14amWarrant, Pinnacle Rd., one in custody, at 9:47am May 2, 2014: FridayCalls for service: 63Motor Vehicle Stops: 13Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 13Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 12 fire and 8 EMS callsAssault, 500 block Atlantic Ave., at 11:31amWarrant, 2600 block West Ave., one in custody, at 1:27pm April 28, 2014: Monday Calls for service: 65Motor Vehicle Stops: 16Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 18Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 5 Fire and 4 EMS callsHarassment, 4400 block West Ave., at 9:22amMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 800 block 9th St., at 9:35amMotor vehicle accident, hit & run, 600 block Asbury Ave., at 2:15pmDomestic violence, 700 block Moorlyn Terr., one in custody,, at 7:44pm April 30, 2014: WednesdayCalls for service: 59Motor Vehicle Stops: 9Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 20Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 6 fire and 2 EMS callsWarrant, 11th St., one in custody, at 1:07pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 19th St. & Asbury Ave., at 6:49pm May 3, 2014: Saturday Calls for service: 81Motor Vehicle Stops: 25Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 11Alarms: 4The Police Department assisted with 7 fire and 9 EMS callsCriminal mischief, 2400 block Bay Ave., at 7:09amTrespassing, 5500 block Central Ave., at 10:58amTheft, 3200 block West Ave., at 11:33amFraud, 900 block West Ave., at 1:05pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 18th St. & Bay Ave., at 3:14pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 9th St. & Asbury Ave., 6:40pm OCEAN CITY POLICE SUMMARIZED WEEK’S ACTIVITIES April 27 – May 3, 2014Calls for Service: 489Daily Average: 70 May 1, 2014: ThursdayCalls for service: 70Motor Vehicle Stops: 11Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 28Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 8 fire and 6 EMS callsTrespassing, 900 block Wesley Ave., at 10:10amTheft, 100 block Crescent Rd., at 12:24pmWarrant, 1100 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 1:45pmTheft, 1000 block Asbury Ave., at 5:30pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 34th St. & Bay Ave., at 9:00pm April 29, 2014: TuesdayCalls for service: 63Motor Vehicle Stops: 14Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 13Alarms: 6The Police Department assisted with 8 fire and 3 EMS callsWarrant, 800 block West Ave., one in custody, at 8:50amTrespassing, 200 block 9th St., at 11:23amlast_img read more

Democrat for Indiana Governor names choice for running mate

first_img Pinterest Democrat for Indiana Governor names choice for running mate Facebook Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook Google+ By Tommie Lee – May 8, 2020 0 369 The Democratic candidate for Governor of Indiana has selected his running mate.Dr. Woody Myers said Friday morning that he’s decided to ask former State Representative Linda Lawson to be his running mate.Lawson represented Northwest Indiana in the Statehouse for two decades and was the first woman to lead a caucus in the House when she was selected as Minority Leader in 2012. She was also the first woman on the Hammond Police force before entering politics.Lawson says she was intrigued by the opportunity to help Indiana recover from the coronavirus.Her selection will have to be approved by delegates at the State Convention, which will be held virtually on June 13. IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleBerrien County launches website to offer guidance for local businesses seeking to reopenNext articleSouth Bend’s Love Your Block program adjusts for pandemic needs Tommie Leelast_img read more

moe. Adds More 2018 Tour Dates Following Rob Derhak’s Cancer Victory

first_imgCelebrating the news of a cancer-free diagnosis by band member Rob Derhak, Buffalo rockers moe. has added two more weekends’ worth of shows at the State Theatre in Portland, ME on Feb. 16 & 17 and a return to the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY on Feb. 23 & 24. These new 2018 dates are in addition to the recently-announced two nights at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on February 2 – 3, 2018, and one night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on July 12, 2018.moe.’s Rob Derhak Is Officially Cancer FreeMoe. cancelled the majority of their 2017 Summer Tour after the band’s bassist/vocalist, Rob Derhak, was diagnosed with Nasopharyngeal Cancer earlier this year. On November 29, he officially announced:“After being scanned, poked, and prodded my doctors have given me a green light… Although I’ll need to continue the doctors’ visits for the next 5 years, they’ve given me a clean bill of health and declared me cancer free, with only a minimal chance that it will return. So thank you to everyone that was pulling for me. The support I received was instrumental in helping me get through this. I am truly looking forward to seeing everyone when I hit the stage again this February, with moe.”Founded in 1990, moe. carved a niche for themselves with a distinct blend of Americana, melodic turns, clever songwriting, and jam band ethics. Members Vinnie Amico (Drums), Rob Derhak (bass/vocals), Chuck Garvey (guitar/vocals), Jim Loughlin (Percussion/Vibes) and Al Schnier (guitar/vocals) have built a dedicated following through their extensive touring and musical output.An online request period for tickets is currently underway here. The request period will end Tuesday, December 12th at 11:59pm ET. VIP packages are currently available here. Tickets for all shows go on sale to the general public on Friday, December 15th at 10:00am ET and may be purchased online.MOE. – 2018 TOUR DATESFeb. 2 Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY * with Kung FuFeb. 3 Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NYFeb. 16 State Theatre – Portland, MEFeb. 17 State Theatre – Portland, MEFeb. 23 Palace Theatre – Albany, NY * with AqueousFeb. 24 Palace Theatre – Albany, NYJul. 12 Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, COlast_img read more

NYC’s New Rooftop Venue ‘Pier 17’ Announces Inaugural Concert Series

first_imgNew York City is about to receive another new concert venue, Pier 17–opening up on August 1, 2018. In Manhattan’s Seaport District, the 3,400-capacity, 1.5-acre rooftop venue will have the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, One World Trade, and the Manhattan skyline as the backdrop. With Live Nation as the exclusive promoter to the new rooftop stage, the Seaport District venue has announced the full artist lineup for the inaugural Pier 17 concert series.To kick off the concert series, Jon Batiste with the Dap-Kings will perform a free public concert on Saturday, July 28 as a thank you to the community for its unyielding support. There will be a mix of general-admission and seated concerts through October 12, including Kings of Leon (2 nights), Michael McDonald, deadmau5, Dashboard Confessional, STS9 (two nights with Papadosio and Slow Magic), Diana Ross, Thievery Corporation, and more.Pier 17 will occupy the roof of a four-story, 400,000 square foot complex with retail stores, high-end restaurants by celebrity chefs like Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Andrew Carmellini plus a 50,000-square-foot food hall curated by Vongerichten, and entertainment, including Manhattan’s first iPic Theatre; Carla Sozzani‘s concept store, 10 Corso Como; and the new ESPN studios.Tickets for the Pier 17 Rooftop Concert Series can only be purchased through Seaport District NYC strategic partner, Ticketmaster. A 48-hour pre-sale will be offered to all Chase cardholders, starting May 14 at 10 a.m. (EST), with a general on-sale starting May 18 at 10 a.m. (EST) via Ticketmaster and by calling 1-800-745-3000. In addition, Heineken will be elevating the live entertainment experience at Pier 17 by way of special ticket giveaways for those visiting the Seaport District and the Heineken Riverdeck throughout the summer.See below for the full list of upcoming shows, and head to Pier 17’s website for more information. To see more pictures of the elaborate new venue, head here.Pier 17’s Rooftop Concert Series Calendar:Saturday, July 28 – Jon Batiste with the Dap-Kings (General Admission) – FREE COMMUNITY EVENTWednesday, August 1 – Amy Schumer & Friends (Seated)Thursday, August 2 – Kings of Leon (General Admission)Friday, August 3 – Kings of Leon (General Admission)Thursday, August 9 – Bebe Rexha (General Admission)Sunday, August 12 – Trevor Noah (Seated)Sunday, August 19 – The Summer Ever After Tour featuring All Time Low + Dashboard Confessional with gnash (General Admission)Tuesday, August 21 – Michael McDonald (Seated)Friday, August 24 – Hunter Hayes with Maggie Rose (General Admission)Saturday, August 25 – Gladys Knight + The O’Jays (Seated)Thursday, September 6 – Jeff Dunham (Seated)Friday, September 7 – Rebellion Rises 2018 Tour featuring Ziggy Marley, Steel Pulse and Tribal Seeds (General Admission)Saturday, September 8 – deadmau5 (General Admission)Friday, September 21 – St. Lucia (General Admission)Friday, September 28 – STS9 with Papadosio (General Admission)Saturday, September 29 – STS9 with Slow Magic (General Admission)Sunday, September 30 – Diana Ross (Seated)Friday, October 5 – Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators (General Admission)Saturday, October 6 – Pink Martini (Seated)Sunday, October 7 – Paul Anka Sings Frank Sinatra – His Songs, My Songs, My Way (Seated)Friday, October 12 – Thievery Corporation (General Admission)*Chase Preferred seating will be made available on May 18 at 10 a.m. EDT for cardholders in lieu of a Chase pre-sale for All Time Low + Dashboard Confessional.View Alllast_img read more

HKS Professor Archon Fung launches Participedia

first_imgAs the Ash Center’s Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship Archon Fung spends his time thinking about the impacts of civic participation, public deliberation, and transparency upon public and private governance. Now, he is turning research into action by actively promoting citizen participation with his new website, Participedia. Developed with Mark Warren of the University of British Columbia, Participedia’s goal is nothing less than strengthening democracy with its user-generated library of examples and methods of participatory governance, public deliberation, and collaborative public action. From citizen involvement in budgeting to oversight groups that ensure better health care and social service delivery, government initiatives that encourage democratic participation demonstrate powerful results.Launched in September 2009, Participedia uses the same wiki platform as Wikipedia to tell stories about efforts such as participatory budgeting in Porto Alegre, Brazil; municipal evaluation meetings in China; and the CaliforniaSpeaks health care dialogue with citizens. Participedia’s open platform allows any user to contribute or edit content. This offers researchers and practitioners a unique one-stop source for information that is normally maintained, to varying degrees, by government agencies and individual funders. In this way, Professor Fung hopes to connect theory with practice. In addition, there are articles on participatory methods, including deliberative polling, citizens’ assemblies, and participatory budgeting, as well as articles about the organizations that sponsor, implement, and study participatory governance. Over time, the project directors anticipate that Participedia will garner hundreds and perhaps thousands of articles.last_img read more

Candidates for Harvard board positions announced

first_imgOnce again this spring, Harvard degree holders will have the opportunity to vote for new members of the Harvard Board of Overseers and elected directors of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA).The elections will begin on April 1. As in 2019, eligible voters will have the option of voting either by traditional paper ballot or online. Completed ballots must be received by 5 p.m. (EDT) on May 19. All holders of Harvard degrees, except officers of instruction and government at Harvard and members of the Harvard Corporation, are entitled to vote for Overseer candidates. All Harvard degree holders may vote for HAA elected directors.The candidates listed below will be considered by voters for five anticipated vacancies on the Board of Overseers, and for six openings among the HAA elected directors.Eight of the candidates for Overseer, and all nine of the candidates for HAA elected director, have emerged from this fall’s deliberations of the HAA nominating committee. The committee’s voting members include three current or recent Overseers as well as 10 Harvard alumni of varied backgrounds and experience who are appointed by the HAA executive committee. Through its deliberations extending over the fall, the nominating committee reviewed approximately 300 individuals proposed for inclusion on the Overseers ballot and approximately 200 individuals proposed for inclusion on the ballot for HAA elected directors.Candidates for Overseer may also be nominated by petition. This year, five candidates, listed below,  qualified for the ballot through this process by obtaining a required number of signatures from eligible voters.The Board of Overseers is one of Harvard’s two governing boards, the other being the President and Fellows, also known as the Corporation. Drawing on the diverse experience and expertise of its members, the Board of Overseers exerts broad influence over the University’s strategic directions, provides essential counsel to the University’s leadership on priorities and plans, and has the power of consent to certain actions, such as the election of Corporation members. As a central part of its responsibilities, the Board directs the visitation process, the principal means for external review of the quality and direction of Harvard’s Schools and departments. The current membership of the board is listed here.The candidates’ names appear below in ballot order, as determined by lot.Overseer candidatesThe HAA nominating committee has proposed the following Overseer candidates for the 2020 election.Diego A. Rodriguez, M.B.A. ’01  B.A./B.S. ’93, Stanford UniversityExecutive vice president, chief product and design officer, Intuit Inc.Palo Alto, Calif.David H. Eun ’89, magna cum laude, J.D. ’93Chief innovation officer, Samsung Electronics, and president, Samsung NEXTNew York, N.Y.Katherine Collins, M.T.S. ’11B.A. ’90, Wellesley CollegeHead of sustainable investing, portfolio manager of the Putnam Sustainable Future Fund and the Putnam Sustainable Leaders Fund, Putnam InvestmentsBoston, Mass.Raphael William Bostic ’87, magna cum laudePh.D. ’95, Stanford UniversityPresident and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of AtlantaDecatur, Ga.Susan Morris Novick ’85, magna cum laude Senior vice president, Merrill; freelance journalist, The New York TimesOld Westbury, N.Y.Tracy K. Smith ’94, cum laudeM.F.A. ’97, Columbia UniversityBerlind Professor of the Humanities, Chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University; 22nd poet laureate of the United StatesPrinceton, N.J.Miki Uchida Tsusaka ’84, magna cum laude, M.B.A. ’88Managing director and senior partner, Boston Consulting GroupTokyo, JapanRyan Wise, Ed.L.D. ’13B.A. ’98, Creighton University; M.P.A. ’08, University of Nebraska OmahaDirector, Iowa Department of Education; dean-designate, Drake University School of EducationDes Moines, IowaBoth Diego Rodriguez (since 2018) and Ryan Wise (since 2019) are current members of the Board of Overseers, completing unexpired terms of Overseers who concluded their service early.The following candidates for Overseer were nominated by petition.Margaret (Midge) Purce ’17Professional soccer player, Sky Blue FC and U.S. Women’s National Soccer TeamPortland, Ore.Jayson Toweh S.M. ’19B.S. ’17, University of MichiganProgram analyst, Environmental Protection AgencyAtlanta, Ga.Lisa Bi Huang M.P.A. ’19B.S./B.A. ’13, Tsinghua University; M.B.A. ’18, University of PennsylvaniaChief financial officer and vice president of growth, OZÉSan Francisco, Calif.John Beatty ’11 cum laudeM.B.A. ’16, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySenior product manager, Amazon.com, Inc.Seattle, Wash.Thea Sebastian ’08, J.D. ’16M.P.P.  ’11, University of Oxford; M.Ed. ’13, Hunter CollegePolicy counsel, Civil Rights CorpsWashington, D.C.The HAA Board of Directors is an advisory board that actively works to support Harvard alumni volunteers working on behalf of the HAA. The main work of the board focuses on developing volunteer leadership and increasing and deepening alumni engagement through an array of programs that support alumni communities worldwide. In recent years, the board’s priorities have been strengthening outreach to recent graduates; connection to graduate school students and alumni; public and community service; and alumni access to intellectual content.Elected director candidatesThe HAA nominating committee has proposed the following HAA elected director candidates for the 2020 election.Kelsey Trey Leonard ’10M.Sc. ’11, University of Oxford; J.D. ’15, Duquesne University; Ph.D. ’19, McMaster UniversityBanting Postdoctoral Fellow, McMaster UniversityHamilton, Ontario, CanadaJoyce Y. Zhang ’09M.P.A. ’15, Princeton University; M.B.A. ’15, Stanford UniversityCEO, Alariss GlobalSan FranciscoMallika J. Marshall ’92, cum laudeM.D. ’96, University of California, San FranciscoMedical reporter, CBS Boston; physician, Massachusetts General HospitalWeston, Mass.Vanessa Zoltan, M.Div. ’15B.A. ’04, Washington University in St. Louis; M.S. ’09, University of PennsylvaniaCo-founder and CEO, Not Sorry ProductionsMedford, Mass.David R. Scherer ’93, cum laudeM.B.A. ’14, University of ChicagoCEO and principal, Origin Investments; co-founder, One Million DegreesChicagoSantiago Creuheras, A.L.M. ’00, A.L.M. ’01B.S. ’97, Universidad de las Américas-Puebla; M.St. ’14, University of CambridgeSenior consultant on sustainable infrastructure and energy, Inter-American Development BankMexico City, Mexico Benjamin D. Wei ’08CEO, Nova InviteNew York, N.Y.Sajida H. Shroff, Ed.M. ’95B.A. ’90, B.Ed. ’93, University of British Columbia; M.B.A. ’04, Emory UniversityCEO, Altamont GroupDubai, United Arab EmiratesMichael D. Lewis ’93Strategic technology adviser, iCorps TechnologiesCambridge, Mass.last_img read more