Michele Forman (center) and her students filmed at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, for a project to raise awareness about the history of lynching.
Photograph by Kenzie Greer
Michele Forman ’93 offers her UAB film students technical competency and ethical context.
A.J. Mleczko interviews Buffalo Sabre Jason Pominville before a November game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Her broadcasting career began in 2005 with a cold call from NBC.
Photograph by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images
Hockey champion A.J. Mleczko in the broadcast booth
David Garza on the roof of Henry Street Settlement’s youth-services building, with public housing and St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church beyond
Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer
At Henry Street Settlement, David Garza ’86 is not locking anyone out.
After the harvest, Kelby Russell, who makes cold-climate white wines, stands in a vineyard overlooking New York’s Seneca Lake.
Photograph by Robyn Wishna
Why the vineyards of New York called Kelby Russell home
Photograph by Evelena Ruether/Liz Glynn Studio
In Liz Glynn’s massive installations, big questions about the meaning of value
Cellist and teacher Laurence Lesser is celebrating his forty-fifth year at the New England Conservatory of Music.
Photograph by Andrew Hurlbut
A cellist and conservatory teacher who has never stopped learning
Merriner with members of the high-school cross-country team from Galena’s Sidney C. Huntington School, named for a legendary Alaska Native outdoorsman and education advocate.
Photograph courtesy of Paul Apfelbeck
In rural Alaska, Jim Merriner runs a school district with a major educational footprint across the state.
For Jill Vialet, photographed at Oakland’s Laurel Elementary School, play and work are nearly synonymous.
Photograph by Eric Kayne
Social entrepreneur Jill Vialet ’86 on “positive chaos” and fixing recess