In Action

Julie Lee (MS '07)

Researching her next step. Soon-to-be Columbia graduate, Julie Lee, MS '07, has accepted an appointment at Yale's M.P.H. program in Chronic Disease Epidemiology.


Won Shin (MS '96)

Court of Scholarly Appeal: Without objection, congratulations are in order for Won Shin, MS ‘96, who has recently joined the New York State Attorney General's Office as an Assistant Solicitor General.


Emanuel Yekutiel (MS '07)

Soon to be world traveler. Williams Alumni-to-be, Emanuel Yekutiel, MS ’07, is one of 40 liberal arts graduates selected as a Thomas J. Watson Fellow for 2011-12. He will receive a $25,000 grant to research Gay Rights issues around the globe.


Angela Oh (MS '11)

Healthy Celebration: Congratulations to Angela Oh, MS ’11, who was recently accepted to the David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine. Angela will be graduating with an honors degree in neurobiology from Harvard prior to starting medical school this fall.


Emanuel Yekutiel (MS '07)

Hail the chief. Emanuel Yekutiel, MS ‘07, was elected student body president of Williams College for the 2010 - 2011 school year. Congratulations!


Morris Vanegas (MS '08)

All systems go: Mission Assurance Engineer, Morris Vanegas, MS ‘08, was on the console for SpaceX’s Dragon launch, its second commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station. He will take a break from the action this fall when he returns to M.I.T. to earn his master’s in Astrophysics / Aeronautics.


Jordana Kleinau (MS '06)

Quick learner. Jordana Kleinau, MS ‘06, graduated a semester early from American Jewish University with honors. Next step: law school.


Daniel Adomian (MS '03)

Scholar, poet, businessman, and fighter. This January Daniel Adomian, MS ‘03, earned his amatuer boxing license and is one step closer to fulfiling his goal of stepping into the ring for a sanctioned bout.


Yihwan Kim (MS '09)

Stanford freshman Yihwan Kim, MS ‘09, will participate in the 2010 Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) conference at Harvard this February. He will be taking part in workshops and panels focusing on the humanitarian and security situation in North Korea.


Nathan Williams (MS '14)

Helping Hands.  In January, Nathan Williams, MS ’14, deployed as part of a contingent of Team Rubicon volunteers to clean up flood and landslide damage in Aberdeen, Washington.  Afterward, Nathan was asked to share his thoughts about his experience working with some of the dedicated veterans who are using their expertise and experience as disaster relief first-responders around the world.