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>> Class Notes overseas stints in Paris, France, • and Edi¤b¤fgh» S¤¤¤a¤d» Arts & Sciences Alumnus Honored For Exports _ Carolyn Ann Gallaher ’98 AS received the American Univer- J . » 1- r ~ ·~ ‘ Alfred Lipshultz, president ofthe Aquathin Corpora- sity Faculty Award during a " tion and a 1974 graduate ofthe UK College of Arts and recognition dinner for her ex- , l " _ { lg ill, Sciences, recently traveled to the White House to receive _ cellence in teaching, scholarship -l—— · - the Presidential E Star Award. The UK alumnus was and service during the 2007 — l , l honored by President George Bush, US. Commerce Sec- ' 2008 school year. Gallaher is an , K l` retary Carlos M. Gutierrez and Director General Israel associate professor in the School 7 _ __ Hernandez for his company’s excellence in exporting. of International Service at lllll ig- Q Also present was his father and company founder American University in Wash- ` nr: lr Mitchell Lipshultz. ington, D.C. She also received President George Bush, center, Aquathin is a manufacturer of state ofthe art water the Morton Bender Prize, welcomed Alfred Lipshultz ’74 AS, puriHcation, Hltration and treatment systems, holding which is given annually to a pro- far right, and his father, Mitchell, seven patents, and serving residential, commercial, in- fessor who has contributed im- to the White House. dustrial and laboratory markets in the United States and portant scholarly work since abroad. The company is located in Pompano Beach, Fla. attaining the rank of associate Alfred Lipshultz is a member of the College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Board. His wife, professor. Her work focuses on Debbie, also attended UK, where she served as one ofthe Hrst Wildcat mascots. The Lipshultz the role of paramilitaries in ir- family recently initiated the Mitchell and Harriette Lipshultz and ]ohn and Lenora Scircle and regular warfare and the influ- Aquathin Corporation Endowed Scholarship and Faculty Retention Fund in Arts and Sciences. ence ofthe religious right in The couples are Life Members of the UK Alumni Association and are active in the Southeast US. foreign policy Florida alumni group. The Presidential E Star Awards are awarded for continued superior performance in increasing Katherine L. Crossen ’99 CIS or promoting exports. Only previous recipients ofthe E Award are eligible. is the senior media relations Lipshultz said that Aquathin was proud to receive the E Star Award for recognition of the specialist for United Way of company’s continued growth and support of American exports. He also was moved by the way Greater Cincinnati. She previ- the family was treated by the president at the White House. “ President Bush immediately ously spent nine years working greeted us and held dad’s hand as we walked to his desk? he said. as a news producer at WKRC- TV in Cincinnati, Ohio, and WTVQ-TV in Lexington. While at UK, Lemaster was ests are in judgment and deci- the creative director for the sion making. His career in- George A. Adamsjr. ’99 DE Meredith Himmler Donnelly student-run advertising cludes working for over I0 became a board certihed pedi- ’00 EN, ’04 MED is a physi- agency, Grehan Associates, years as an auditor for the De- atric dentist in 2007. He now cian with OB/ GYN Specialists and was a member ofthe partment of Defense. ]ones practices in Nashville, Tenn. of Northern Kentucky, which rugby team. He and his wife, lives in Bloomington. has offices in Edgewood and Kathleen, have two children. jennifer Sauls Nichols ’99 DE Florence. She completed her Suzanne Sowards-Hamm ’01 practices dentistry in Harrods- residency in obstetrics and gy- Ted R. Martin ’00 LAW is a CIS is a director of business de- burg. She lives in Salvisa with necology at Good Samaritan member of the Litigation and velopment with her husband, Chuck. The cou- Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dispute Resolution Group of n-tara interac- ple has two children. Greenebaum Doll & McDon- tive, an agency ` Steven Lemaster ’00 CIS is a ald PLLA in Lexington. He that specializes . Lisa Noble Weiss ’99 MED is copywriter for Hetrick, a mar- has extensive experience in the in online mar- interim director ofthe Depart- keting commu- legal issues affecting inter- keting and cus- * ment of Family Medicine at nications firm § `_ scholastic athletics. He is focus- tomer lifecycle Forum Health Western Re- in Indianapolis, E _, S ing his practice on admin- communications. She is based serve Care Systems in Ind. He also is a Q Y Fx I istrative proceedings and com- in Orlando, Fla., and is respon- Youngstown, Ohio. She also is member of the % mercial litigation. sible for developing and man- a clinical assistant professor of agency’s cre- aging new client relationships. family medicine at Northeast- ative team. He previously Keith T. ]ones ’01 BE is an Previously Sowards-Hamm was ern Ohio Universities Colleges worked as a copywriter for assistant professor of account- account executive and public of Medicine and Pharmacy in two advertising agencies in In- ing at Illinois State University relations manager for Cre8tive Rootstown, and an assistant re- dianapolis, as well as perform- and has taught in the areas of Group ofWilmore. search director ofthe North- ing freelance writing and managerial accounting and eastern Ohio Network. production for a third agency. auditing. His research inter- www.uka|umni.net 53 ((