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Daniel Carp, BBA '70, was elected to the board of directors of Dallas-based Texas Instruments Inc. He is president and chief operating officer of Eastman Kodak Co., where he has worked since 1970. Carp lives in Rochester, N.Y.

Joe Hallett, BSJ '71, is politics writer for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland. Hallett had worked in the newspaper's Columbus bureau since 1996, and previously covered Ohio Statehouse news for The Blade in Toledo for 1 1 years.

Donald Kincade, BGS '72, MBA '75, is president and chief executive officer of Fifth Third Bank of Northwestern Ohio in Toledo.

Fran Schwartz, '72, was named manager of public relations for the "Nightly Business Report," which is seen by more than 1.1 million households on public television stations around the country.

Donald F. Barkman, MBA '73, is founder and president of The Business Center, which provides consulting and training in human resources and organizational development for businesses. His Biz Wiz Universal program teaches business principles to all levels of employees in any size firm. Barkman lives in Knoxville, Tenn.

John D. Myslenski, BSIT '73, president of Parker Hannifin Fluid Connector Group, was awarded the 1997 Outstanding Industrial Technologist Award by the National Association of Industrial Technology. He lives in Highland Heights.

Susan Ackerman Wolken, BSED '73, is senior vice president of life compa ny operations for Nationwide Financial Services Inc. in Columbus. Wolken joined Nationwide in 1974.

Jeffrey S. Brickman, BSJ '74, national sales director for AK Media/Airport, introduced Digital Dioramas at the recent opening of National Airport's main terminal in Washington, D.C. The first all-digital video network reaching a mass audience, it is controlled and monitored through the Internet using the HDTV wide-screen cinema vision format. AK Media/Airport has advertising displays in mor e than 75 airports. He lives in Atlanta.

Curt Chaplin, BSC '74, is the in-court reporter for nationally televised "The People's Court." He has more than 20 years of broadcast experience, including as a host for shows on Home Box Office, ESPN and New York SportsChannel.

Martha DeJaco, AB '74, is groupware technical supervisor for Brown-Forman Corp. of Louisville, Ky. The company produces and markets consumer products, including Jack Daniel's Whiskey.

Dr. Michael E. Ga llagher, BS '75, is president of the Greater Cleveland Dental Society for 1997-98. Gallagher previously served as vice president, treasurer and secretary for the society. A resident of Westlake, he practices dentistry with West Park Dental Associates Inc.

Marc L. Sternberger, BSC '75, received a Consolidated Natural Gas Co. Volunteer in the Arts award, presented to people who demonstrate commitment to arts organizations in Pittsburgh. He helped found ProArts, which provides administrat ive support to lawyer and business volunteers for Arts/Pittsburgh.

Terry Worthington, BSC '76, MED '78, is president of United Way of Central Florida in Highland City.

Kenneth R. Wilson, BBA '77, Hocking County's auditor, recently earned the designation of assessment administration specialist from the International Association of Assessing Officers. The organization is devoted to accurate property valuation, property tax administration and tax policy.

Todd Baucher, B SC '78, a reporter and former news anchor at WTAP-TV in Parkersburg, W.Va., recently was recognized as the station's Associate of the Month for his coverage of the trial of an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper accused of murdering his wife. Baucher lives in Belpre.

Deborah Nichols Cavanagh, BFA '79, was promoted to associate publisher for marketing for Men's Health magazine in December. She lives in Westfield, N.J.


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