The Little Black Book of Success: Laws of Leadership for Black Women (One World/Ballantine, 2010) by Elaine Meryl Brown ’77, has been nominated for an NAACP 2011 Image Award in the book-instructional category.
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. [Read more...]
Robert (“Sky”) Sabin ’10 screened his short documentary “At the Heart Is the Guitar,” which explores the process of creating a handmade guitar, at the Woods Hole Film Festival (August 2010). Sabin made the documentary as a Wheaton Fellow and refined it as an independent study project under the direction of Associate Professor of Art and Film Jake Mahaffy.
In the Garden with Dr. Carver (Alpert Whitman & Company), which was illustrated by Nicole Lee Tadgell ’91, was published in September.
Gardner McFall ’74 published Amelia (University of Washington Press, 2010), a libretto commissioned by Seattle Opera.
In her new book High School Stories, Mary Mallon Nyman ’57 addresses issues she encountered while teaching teens for 21 years (iUniverse, 2010).