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Diane Hice(B.S.'70/N) earned an MSN in nursing education from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, N.M., at age 70.
Liz Walker Bryant**(B.S. ‘83/MC; M.S. ‘04/MC) launched Liz Bryant Business Etiquette in Richmond, Virginia. Trained and licensed by The Protocol School of Washington in Columbia, S.C., she offers interactive group trainings in networking, professional presence, dining etiquette and other aspects of professional etiquette to help individuals gain confidence to be successful and represent their companies or organizations well.
A. Troy Thomas (B.S.'86/MC) won two National Capital Chesapeake Bay Regional Emmy Awards for his company's PBS documentary "Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers." Troy's Atlanta-based production company, Inertia Films, was founded in 1993.
Dolores Morgan (B.S.'58/HP) moved in September 2018 to a large independent-living senior residence, one hour away from Three Rivers, Calif., where her daughter, Wendy Ballew, lives. She writes that she has a lot to learn living in her new environment and has been having lots of medical problems. "Hope to hear from former classmates at RPI," she says.
Kimberly Schmitt, Pharm.D. (Pharm.D.'99/P), is living in Japan at Naval Air Facility Atsugi until 2021, where she will volunteer as a pharmacist for the military base clinic.
Dennis Baugh (B.S.'72/GPA; M.S.'85/GPA) retired July 15, 2015 as executive director of the Valley Children's Advocacy Center in Staunton, Va. His prior work was in corrections and nonprofit management.
Gia Sharp (B.F.A.'95/A) opened an interior design firm in fall 2018.
Tara Labons (Tyler) Unger (B.S.'15/H&S) married Luke Raymond Unger on January 23, 2018.
Eleanor Mitchell (B.S.'95/N) retired as a neonatal nurse.
Louise Wright (B.S.'64/B) has published three books, "The Boarders at Hawk's Nest," "This Can't Be Happening" and "The Other Side of Tragedy.”