After graduating from CU, Michael Allan Fox (ElEngr) worked at Bell Labs while earning a master’s in electrical engineering from Stanford University. He later attended medical school at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia before training as a radiologist. In his spare time, he plays piano, sings with a barbershop chorus and performs in community theater musicals. He lives in San Rafael, Calif. 

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Joanie Griffin (Jour) was inducted into the New Mexico Tourism Hall of Fame in April. In 1990, Joanie founded the public relations firm Griffin & Associates in Albuquerque. She rebranded her firm as Sunny 505 with a stronger focus on social media, web and print design and video production. Joanie lives in Albuquerque with her husband, Rob Durham.

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

As part of her semi-retirement, Sheryl Dumont (PE) writes that she New CU Boulder students performed the wave at the “Welcome to Our Herd” event in August.spends half of her year in Firestone, Colo., and the other half in Boston, where she manages a personal pet and in-home housesitting service.

Posted Oct. 1, 2019

The Academyof Legal Studies in Business presented Lucien Dhooge (Hist) with its distinguished career faculty award at its annual conference. Lucien is the Sue and John Staton Professor of Law at Georgia Tech, where he teaches international business law, legal aspects of business and ethical decision-making.

Posted Oct. 1, 2019

In the fall at Hunter Mountain, New York, Ted Blazer (PE) was inducted in the Ski Areas of New York Hall of Fame. For 30 years Ted worked for the Olympic Authority in Lake Placid, New York, with 20 years as CEO. He is now vice president of urban development for Doppelmayr USA, educating urban planners regarding the use of aerial gondolas as public transportation. 

Posted Feb. 1, 2020

Gary Shirman (Soc) of Boulder and Michael Hake (Mktg’02) of Erie, Colorado, formed Boulder Wealth Advisors, a financial planning and investment management firm.

Posted Jul. 2, 2021

After graduating, Dana Stabin (Art) began his journey as a career military officer, serving 20 years as a U.S. Air Force pilot, followed by 20 years flying for United Airlines out of San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and, for the last 10 years, New York. He spent a decade in the hills of Vermont and is now settled in the hills of New York. “Boulder will do that to you,” he wrote.

Posted Nov. 5, 2021

​​Last year, Denver’s FOX 31 News aired a segment on Tony Ortega (Span’80; MFA’95), who creates artwork fusing Mexican and American Culture. His work can be seen at galleries across the country, including the Denver Art Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. His art is also exhibited in other countries, including several in Latin America. Tony is a professor in the department of fine and performing arts at Regis University.

Posted Mar. 11, 2022

The documentary Dave Grusin: Not Enough Time, created by Barbara Bentree (MusEdu’80), was screened April 5 at the Boedecker Theater in Boulder. The film honors Dave Grusin (Mus’56; HonDocMus’89), a distinguished film and television composer who co-founded GRP Records, a jazz record label. This film has been screened at various film and music festivals, and won the best documentary award at the Rome Independent Film Festival in Italy. Barbara lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Posted Jun. 21, 2022