Peri (Brooks) Schwabrow (Elementary Education/Geography ’99) earned an Advanced Certificate of Study in School Building Leadership from the College of Saint Rose in Albany. This is a post-Master’s degree award requiring additional coursework, successful completion of an assessment examination, an internship and several years of teaching and administrative experience. Peri currently teaches second grade in Sharon Springs, N.Y.
Ed Renehan (Political Science ’80) has launched a start-up publishing imprint, New Street Communications, LLC. The company’s plan is to bring out original print and eBook editions in the Humanities. The author of 18 books published by Doubleday, Crown, Basic Books, McGraw-Hill and other firms, Renehan runs his new imprint out of Wickford, R.I. One of the first New Street publications this autumn will be the short book Hemingway’s Paris, Our Paris? by New Paltz’s Distinguished Professor of English, H.R. Stoneback. For more details go to http://newstreetcommunications.com.
Alicia Tenny (Sociology ’01, MBA ’03) was named the new chief financial officer for Camphill Village USA, a nonprofit community for adults with developmental disabilities and the volunteers who live and work alongside them in Copake, N.Y. A native of Rochester, N.Y., she and her husband Kevin Tenny live in Hopewell Junction, N.Y. with their son and daughter.
Nava Atlas (’07), Maureen Cummins, and Ann Lovett (Art) will be exhibiting artists’ books and related installations at the Muroff-Kotler Gallery, located at SUNY Ulster. The show, titled In Retrospect, runs from Nov. 18, 2010 to Dec. 10, 2010, with an opening reception on Nov. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be the exhibit’s third stop on a two-year, multi-venue traveling schedule. For information, contact Nava Atlas at firstname.lastname@example.org.