Lake Forest Weekly News
May 20, 2015
As an events and promotions manager in the nation’s capital, Theresa Converse ’12 has her finger on the pulse of Washington D.C.
Nearly 25 alumni—the majority members of the new Young Alumni Network—met at a Forester’s office for a mid-week networking event in Chicago.
Betty Jane Schultz Hollender Professor and Chair of Economics, Business, and Finance and Director of Border Studies Carolyn Tuttle was named this year’s Great Teacher by the Class of 2015.
Marcel Tatum ’17 earned a spot in the prestigious JP Morgan Early Advantage Program thanks to a Forester alumnus who reached out to Lake Forest candidates.
In the News
President Stephen Schutt was interviewed on the WBBM Noon Business Hour about the benefits of attending a small, liberal arts college.
Head Athletic Trainer Michael Gilboe has become a shoulder-injury prevention go-to expert in the media, with recent appearances on TV, radio, and in the newspaper.