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March 2017 — Shamina Singh '97 participated in a panel on "Disrupting Global Hunger: Moonshots for Humanity" during SXSW 2017.
January 2017 — Norris Cochran '95 served as Acting Secretary of The Department of Health and Human Services from January 20–February 10.
January 2017 — Len Redding '72 came to visit and had lunch with a small group of students and staff. Len recounted stories of his time as a student and shared photos of a visit to the LBJ Ranch.
January 2017 — Congratulations to Rachel Hoff '14 on her engagement to Kate Meck on January 15. Their engagement made the Politico Playbook on January 17, 2017.
January 2017 — Ben Isgur '98 was named Director of the Health Research Institute at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
January 2017 — John Anthony Martin '14 was sworn in on January 3 as a Hillsboro City Councilor in Hillsboro, Oregon.
December 2016 — Fernando Rodriguez '05 (LAS ’99), Drew Nelson '03 (LAS '03) and Jonathan Banks (LAS '94) helped organized an upstream methane abatement workshop for the oil and gas sector for Mexican regulators and industry officials in Mexico City on December 15. (Below left to right: Mr. Rodriguez, an International Affairs Specialist at the Office of American Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy, Mr. Nelson, Senior Manager – Natural Gas for Environmental Defense Fund, and Mr. Banks, Senior Climate Policy Advisor at Clean Air Task Force).
December 2016 — Adam Torres '14 (LAS '14) made it on "NPR's All Songs Considered: The year in music in 2016" list. Torres' "Juniper Arms" also made NPR's top 100 songs of 2016, alongside songs by well-known artists like Radiohead and Beyoncé. You can watch his NPR Tiny Desk Concert.
December 2016 — Shamina Singh '97 was named the Global Sustainability Lead of Mastercard.
October 2016 — The Texas State Board of Education Vice Chair Thomas Ratliff '94 received the Golden Deeds Award, considered the most coveted award in the field of Texas education and the highest recognition for distinguished service to education in the state. Mr. Ratliff created a video message for the award presentation as he wasn’t able to attend.