In December 2015 Carlton Stoiber (Hist; Law’69), an independent consultant on international and nuclear law, was named a distinguished visiting scholar by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. He and wife Susanne (PolSci’65; MBA’67) reside in Washington, D.C., where Carlton also chairs the Nuclear Security Working Group of the International Nuclear Law Association. Read more about him in the Fall 2015 issue of Coloradan magazine.
Posted Mar. 1, 2016
Sandra Fuchs Stein (Edu) was named Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year for Pueblo, Colo. Sandy will be honored by the Women’s Foundation of Colorado at their annual fundraiser in June. She has been active as president or founder of more than 50 organizations in the community and was previously named to the Pueblo Hall of Fame, among numerous other honors. She and husband Marvin Stein (Bus’62) have two daughters and five grandchildren. The couple resides in Pueblo, Colo.
Posted Jun. 1, 2017
Josephine Keenan (MSpchDr) published her second book, In Those Dazzling Days of Elvis. Josephine enjoys oil painting, square dancing and cooking Southern dishes. She and husband Frank live in Cincinnati.
Posted Sep. 1, 2017
Jeannie Thompson (Zool) writes: “Jack (Hist’64; MA’70) and I just returned from a wonderful People-to-People trip to Cuba with Ambassador Vicki Huddleston (A&S’64). Vicki led the American diplomatic mission in Cuba in the early 2000s and was our study leader on the trip.” Jeannie, Jack and Vicki met with artist Martha Jiménez of Camagüey in her studio.
Posted Nov. 14, 2017
On June 16, Herb Davis (PhDPhys) and wife Donne celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in a not-so-ideal place: The emergency room. “ER or no ER, it’s still a joy to be together and in love after all these years,” writes Herb, who was admitted for a flare up of his chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Posted Sep. 1, 2018
In June, in remembrance of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, retired Navy Commander Gary Forsberg (Psych) sang at the Brittany-American and Omaha Beach American Cemeteries, as well as Sainte-Mere Eglise and Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. Gary is a member of the Sounds of the Rockies men’s chorus, and a former member of the CU Buffoons a capella group.
Posted Oct. 1, 2019
After a long career as owner of ACS, a sales and marketing agency, Jim Kearney (IntlAf) retired in early 2019. After just two months off, Jim accepted a position as vice president of a sports flooring company based in Los Angeles.
Posted Feb. 1, 2020
This summer Dwane Starlin (A&S) of Washington, D.C., found his copies of the Coloradan — formerly the CU yearbook — from the years 1963 and ‘64. He wants to give his classmates a chance to collect them: If interested, call or text him at 202-368-2737.
Posted Nov. 11, 2020
After graduating from CU and getting her master’s degree from The Ohio State University, Charlotte Roe (A&S) went on to become a leading activist in labor organizing and union support. Today, Charlotte is a national field rep for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations and a diplomat with the State Department, serving on four continents.
Posted Mar. 4, 2021
Professor emeritus of history at the University of Montana, Frederick Skinner (Hist) is happy to report that his long-standing research and writing project Beethoven in Russia: Music and Politics will be published by Indiana University Press. Frederick writes that his study covers “the reception of Beethoven’s music in Russia since 1801, with a focus on the revolutionary movement and ancillary cultural and political developments.”
Posted Mar. 4, 2021
Terry Marshall (Jour) and Ann Garretson Marshall (Engl) of Las Vegas, Nevada, are co-authors of A Rendezvous to Remember: A Memoir of Joy and Heartache at the Dawn of the Sixties. The book is about their own romance and took seven years to write. It begins on the steps of Hallett Hall on the CU Boulder campus and is full of CU references. The book is available on Amazon.
Posted Jul. 2, 2021
Nurse theorist and professor Jean Watson (Nurs; MS’66; PhDEdu’73) believes caring goes beyond a patient’s physical healing and also includes healing that occurs on a deeper, spiritual level. She created the Theory of Human Caring, for which she has received countless honors and awards, including 15 honorary doctorates. Jean has also written over 30 books and has been named a Living Legend of the American Academy of Nursing.
Posted Jul. 2, 2021
Boulder residents Jeannie Thompson (Zool) and Marty Coffin Evans (Engl) joined the Coloradan Advisory Council this fall. The council will help shape the future of the Coloradan, one of CU Boulder’s longest-running publications. Both women and their husbands are staunch supporters and advocates for the university.
Posted Nov. 5, 2021
In 2021, Bruce Benson (Geol’64; HonDocSci’04), former president of the University of Colorado, and his wife, Marcy, created the Marcy H. and Bruce D. Benson Graduate Fellowship Fund in Geological Sciences. This $6 million endowment will fund a full-ride scholarship for five graduate fellowships each year.
Posted Mar. 11, 2022