News, Media and Stories | Class Of 1998

Blake Timm '98 was recognized in the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) 2020 Hall of Fame class.
Dorota Haber-Lehigh, '98, has created artwork that will be featured at a new medical group clinic. 
Rebecca Weaver '98 was selected to be a part of the faculty for Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020. 
Amy Waterman '98 is known as the female instructor from the Rocket Spanish courses.  
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Tami Goulden-Bosco '98 and her daughter snap a picture with her alma mater at a college booth fair in Reno, NV. 
P.K. Runkles-Pearson '98 was elected as chair of the Oregon Law Commission in September. Runkles-Pearson is a partner at the Miller Nash law firm in its Portland, Ore. office. She is the second chair of the Commission since its founding in in 1997. 
Rebecca Weaver '98, who is an English professor on Perimeter College's Clarkston (Ga.,) Campus, has been named the first recipient of the Portnoy Prize for Outstanding Honors Faculty.
After teaching middle school in Federal Way, Wash., for 15 years, Rob Felix '98, MAT '00, has completed his first year on staff of the Science and Math Institute in Tacoma.
Christine Pollard PT ’98 recently gave a presentation at Oregon State University’s Science Pub, an event hosted by some of OSU’s leading researchers.
Derek Brown ’98, MAT ’99 completed a month-long apprenticeship in Granada, Spain, learning the art of Spanish classical guitar making.

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