The Children’s Hospital Boston Archives and Harvard Medical School’s Archives for Women in Medicine and Warren Anatomical Museum celebrated Mary Ellen Avery ’48 in an exhibit featuring items from her pioneering career and contributions to pediatrics (Fall 2010).
Manic Mommies, a family/parenting web site co-founded by Kristin Sundin Brandt ’94, won two silver awards in the 2010 international W Awards competition, in the categories of copy/writing, and structure and navigation.
Katharine Pietsch Davis ’70, published her third novel, A Slender Thread (New American Library, August 2010).
Crossword puzzles by Michael Doran ’07 were featured in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and GAMES Magazine.
Julie Tabershaw Geller ’62 received a lifetime achievement award from the Port Washington (N.Y.) Library Foundation, where she has been president of the board for 11 years.
Philip Manos ’08 co-authored “Highly Efficient Reprogramming to Pluripotency and Directed Differentiation of Human Cells with Synthetic Modified mRNA” in the journal Cell Stem Cell (2010).
Sandra Ohrn Moose ’63, a Boston Consulting Group senior advisor, was named recipient of Consulting magazine’s 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award.