Ellen S. More (PhD ’80), Professor Emeritus, UMass Chan Medical School in Worcester, Mass., has just published The Transformation of American Sex Education: Mary Calderone and the Fight for Sexual Health (NYU Press, 2022). A social history of sex education in the US from the 1940s to the present, it is anchored by the life and career of Dr. Mary Calderone but goes well beyond the years of her direct influence. It’s available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or from NYU Press.
Michael Schneider (BA '59) retired in the spring of 2021 after a happy career with the U.S. Information Agency and Department of State and an even happier career as Professor of Practice with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Mike built and administered the Syracuse-Maxwell Washington DC International Relations Program that brought both undergraduate and graduate students to DC for semester combinations of classes and internships and created a dual graduate degree program in public diplomacy with colleagues in the Newhouse School of Communications leading a DC capstone semester.
Joy Wiltenburg (BA '76, MA '78) is now professor emerita of history at Rowan University. Her newest book, Laughing Histories: From the Renaissance Man to the Woman of Wit, due out from Routledge in June 2022, explores the social uses of laughter in early modern Europe.