Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts

Publications, honors and creative works: Alumnae/i

Andrea Kneifel Johnstone ’85 was selected as the next United States magistrate judge for the district of New Hampshire. Previously, she was special counsel to the University System of New Hampshire.

Elizabeth Sobe Cerasuolo ’96, director of communications at Fish & Richardson, Boston, in May received an Excellence in Law award in the marketing category from Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Publications, honors and creative works: Alumnae/i

Marjorie Gelb Jones ’62 was invited to Rome to speak about the biography she wrote, Frances Yates and the Hermetic Tradition (Ibis Press, 2008), at a book fair in December 2013. The translation was introduced there.

Publications, honors and creative works: Alumnae/i

13-Lori-Baker-coverLori Baker ’84, author of three story collections, published The Glass Ocean (Penguin Press, 2013), which received praise from Publishers Weekly.

Holly Barry ’85 published the children’s book Helen Keller’s Best Friend Belle (Albert Whitman & Company, 2013).

Rosemary Liss ’11 showcased her artwork in the exhibition “A Sacred Space” at Ancient Arts Wellness in Baltimore, Md., in October 2013.

Thomas Sanderson ’92, co-director and senior fellow at the Transnational Threats Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., co-authored “Terrorism’s shifting face” in the op-ed section of the Washington Post on August 5, 2013.

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Publications, Honors and Creative Works: Alumnae/i

Robie Heilbrun Harris ’62 received the inaugural Mills Tannenbaum Award for Children’s Literacy, presented at the Reach Out and Read of Greater New York Annual Benefit on May 6 in Manhattan. The award recognizes authors dedicated to promoting a lifelong love of reading in young children.

Michelle “Shelly” Jarenski ’99, assistant professor of English at University of Michigan–Dearborn, published the article “‘Delighted and Instructed’: African American Challenges to Panoramic Aesthetics in J.P. Ball, Kara Walker, and Frederick Douglass” in the American Quarterly (2013).

Priscilla Ledbetter Padgett ’82 published Mercer Island (Arcadia Publishing, May 2013), a photo history featuring images gathered from state and local archives, museums, libraries, newspapers and personal collections. It is part of Arcadia’s Images of America series, which has more than 6,000 titles.