Aaron Seth Glaser (’02 BSBIO), 27, of East Islip, N. Y.;
June 17, 2008.
’03 Howard Colmus Gaines Jr. (’03 PD) of Charlotte has taken his franchise phar- macy independent. Formerly The Medicine Shoppe, the business has been renamed Medicine and More. u Philip Norman Guillemette (’03
AB) of Jacksonville has received a juris doctor
degree from Florida Coastal School of Law. u Walter
Armstrong Hinson (’03 BSBA) of Cary has partnered
with Ryan Verne Glover (’04 AB) to form Tarheel
Advisors LLC, a comprehensive wealth-management and financial-planning firm in Cary. u Elaina
Charlotte Howard (’03 BSPSY) of Chapel Hill has
received a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Texas at Austin. She has moved back to North
Carolina with her husband, Edward Alan Howard
(’03 AB), who has received an MBA from the University of Texas-Austin. u Michael Steven Leinwand
(’03 AB) of Conway, S.C., has been named planning
director for the city of Conway. u James Curtis
McCaskill (’03 BSBA) of Raleigh has been accredited as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council. McCaskill is an associate in the finance and real
estate department of Kilpatrick Stockton. u Dr.
Samantha Meltzer-Brody (’03 MPH) of Chapel Hill
has received a K23 Mentored Career Development
Award from the National Institutes of Health for a
five-year study, HPA Stress Reactivity and Genetic
Influences in Postpartum Depression. Meltzer-Brody
is an assistant professor and co-director of the perinatal psychiatry program of the UNC Center for
Women’s Mood Disorders. u Joseph Kyle Rauch
(’03 ABJM) of Atlanta has received the 2009 Small
Print Reporting Award from the Atlanta Press Club.
Rauch writes for the Atlanta Business Chronicle. u
Dr. Anne Zweifel Steiner (’03 MPH) of Chapel Hill
has been awarded a National Institutes of Health
grant for her project Time to Conceive, a study to
determine if hormone levels can predict a woman’s
fertility. Steiner is an assistant professor in the
department of obstetrics and gynecology at the UNC
School of Medicine.
Stuart Elizabeth Baldwin (’03 BSBIO) and Matthew
Anderson Casper of New York. u Steven Thompson
“Skip” Corneliussen (’03 AB) and Karen Louise
Echerd (’04 BSBIO) of Greensboro.
; family additions
Kristin Peck Beam (’03 MPT, ’08 DPT) and Dr.
Daren Moss Beam (’00 BSBIO) of Huntersville; a
son, William Candela Beam, on April 5, 2009.
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’04 Dr. Graham Edward Farless (’04 AB, ’09 DDS) of Greensboro has joined Mark E. Hyman DDS, Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. u Ryan Verne Glover (’04 AB) of Greensboro
has partnered with Walter Armstrong Hinson (’03
BSBA) to form Tarheel Advisors LLC, a comprehensive
wealth-management and financial-planning firm in
Cary. u Ellington Tyrone Graves (’04 PhD) of Christiansburg, Va., has received the Edward S. Diggs
Teaching Scholars Award from the Virginia Tech
Academy of Teaching Excellence. Graves is an assistant professor of sociology in the College of Liberal
Arts and Human Sciences and assistant director of
the Center for Africana Studies and Race and Social
Policy Research at Virginia Tech. u Peter Edward
Maki (’04 AB, ’05 MAT) of Alexandria, Va., returned in
October 2008 after working with a U.K.-based NGO,
the Center for Conflict Relief and Reconstruction, in
Iraq and the Middle East. Maki has published an article about the work, “God and Politics: An Inside Perspective on Religious Peacemaking in Iraq,” in the
journal American Diplomacy.
Karen Louise Echerd (’04 BSBIO) and Steven
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