A Message from the Dean
Mission Iraq
A 1L Odyssey, Part 2
Isabelle Johnston Bids Farewell
Gloria Watts, Beloved Registrar, Gets Big Send-Off
The Brief
Graduation / Reunion
The Board of Overseers
Faculty News & Publications
Alumni Briefs
In Memoriam
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ROBERT Q. KREIDER L’70 became the president and CEO of Devereux, the nation’s largest nonprofit provider of behavioral healthcare services to children and adults challenged by emotional, behavioral, educational, and developmental disabilities. Kreider, who was appointed in July, has been with the organization for ten years, first as senior vice president and Chief Financial Officer, and later as executive vice president and Chief Operating Officer. As CFO of the organization, he was awarded the Alexander Hamilton Award for Excellence in Corporate Finance by the National Association of Corporate Treasurers and Treasury and Risk Management magazine for the development of an innovative financing plan.

BARRY M. ABELSON L’71, chairman of the Executive Committee of the law firm of Pepper Hamilton LLP, received the 2004 Judge Learned Hand Award, presented by the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. The award recognizes the contributions of outstanding members of the Philadelphia legal community who have distinguished themselves through their professional achievements and their dedicated leadership and commitment to the community.

ANDREW JAY SCHWARTZMAN L’71, President and CEO of Media Access Project (MAP), was the recipient of the “Just Media Lifetime Achievement Award,” which is presented during the awards dinner for MediaRight’s Fourth Annual Media That Matters Film Festival to individuals who have made a significant contribution the reform of media policy. MediaRights is a nonprofit organization that links the media to social reformers. Schwartzman has directed MAP since 1979.
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