| Caitlin Stuetz M’14, helped make history earlier this month when she joined seven other women to compete on bobsled teams internationally. The four women sleds, one American and one Canadian, broke the gender barrier by racing in the North American Cup in Parks City, Utah on February 7 and 8 as the only two all-women teams racing against male teams. |
Comforted by shelves filled with hundreds of books, racks crowded with CDs, and natural oak walls that display photographs and art, Phil Woods, 83, takes a seat on his familiar couch and reflects on his life to date.
| || On February 4, Ochse brushed off his sneakers to complete his eighth Empire State Building Run-Up, where runners accept the challenge of climbing 1,576 steps to the top of the Empire State Building. He won the inaugural event in 1980, clocking a time of 12 minutes, 19 seconds. He won again in 1982, when he leaped to the finish line at 11:42. |
| || Michael T. Kane M’07 is the newest deputy director for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania District Office. In this position, he will help manage delivery of SBA programs and services to small businesses throughout the eastern 40 counties of Pennsylvania. |
| ||ESU graduate students Rebecca Hayter of Belvidere, N.J., and Courtney Hulsart of South Amboy, N.J., are interning this summer with Sunoco, thanks to ESU alumnus Rob Marro ’81, who is the general manager of Sunoco’s Race Fuels Department as well as a temporary instructor in the business management department at ESU. |
| || Kristyn Fedich, who went by Kristyn Pede (her maiden name) when she received her bachelor’s degree in 2006 and then her master’s in 2011 from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, capped off last summer by writing a book. |
| ||The Bogota School District of Bogota, N.J., announced their winners for the teacher of the year award for the 2012-2013 school year, naming alumnus Marc Sinclair ’08 as one of the three recipients. |
| ||For the sake of clarity, East Stroudsburg University calls its HRTM (Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management) program just that. But while you’ll be prepared for success in the areas of its acronym-defying title, for certain, it will also help you achieve an underlying goal implicit in those industries: HRTM will train you in the fine art of people caring. |