Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty, staff, and alumni make headlines every day with their expertise and accomplishments. Here are a few of the latest highlights…
Michael J. Cramer 1860
A recently unearthed document signed by U.S. President Abraham Lincoln appoints Cramer, who was the brother-in-law of President Ulysses S. Grant, as a hospital chaplain, serving ailing and wounded soldiers.
Read the New York Daily News article.
Morton Bouchard III ’80
The Maritime Association of the Port of New York and New Jersey induct the 1980 Ohio Wesleyan alumnus into the International Maritime Hall of Fame. The honor deems Bouchard, who serves as president and CEO of Bouchard Transportation Co., as one of the “maritime visionaries who, through excellence in their company, organization or services, best exemplify the qualities of futuristic thinking that will guide our industry in the 21st Century.”
Read the Journal of Commerce article.
Blaine Hornick Hawley ’85
The National Association of Elementary School Principals elects Hawley, principal of Red Pump Elementary School in Bel Air, Maryland, to its board of directors. She will represent principals in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Read the Bel Air Patch article.
Nicholas C. Gallagher ’09
Ohio’s Muskingum University names Gallagher as its first men’s lacrosse head coach. He previously served as assistant coach for the men’s lacrosse team at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Read the Lacrosse Magazine article.
Mark G. Lewis ’77
Rockville, Maryland-based BIOQUAL appoints Lewis as its chief executive officer. Lewis joined the medical research firm in 2003 and has served as its president since 2010.
Read the BIOQUAL press release.
Jamie L. Harden ’06
Adaptive Biotechnologies Corporation awards Harden a Young Investigator Award for her research into psoriasis, a chronic, debilitating chronic inflammatory skin disease.
Read the immunoSEQ article.