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  • April 13, 2015
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Philosophy Class NotesPhilosophy

David McNaron (’78) is retiring after 30 years teaching Philosophy at Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Nicole Mins (‘02) continues as a sleep physician at Carolinas Healthcare System in Charlotte, North Carolina and plays a mean game of Words With Friends.

Rashmi Murthy (‘03)
started in breast medical oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center and is developing a clinical research focus in HER2-positive breast cancer.

Matt Malone (‘05)
lives in Nashville with his wife and two children where he is completing a pediatric critical care fellowship.

Roshan Patel (‘07) landed in hematology and liver medicine at the medical center in San Francisco.

Tracy Chang Burton, MD (‘08) is now on the faculty in Pediatrics at the University of South Florida in Tampa.

John Bouldin (‘12) is enjoying his third year of medical school and plans to go into emergency medicine.

Lillie Flowers (‘14), was recently hired as Court Case Manager for UAB’s Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities program.

Majaliwa Mzombwe (‘14), says he is “oscillating between surviving and thriving” at Vanderbilt Medical School.

Kevin Qiuchen Jiang (‘14), Outstanding UAB Philosophy Student in 2014, is progressing well through medical school at UAB.

theatre class notesTheatre

Wes Seals (‘06) is directing a production of “Suessical” with the Saratoga Springs Children’s Theatre this summer.

Jonathon Offutt (‘08) is designing the scenery for a production of “The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby” in Louisiana.

Jeremy Kyle Lewis (‘11) is now the production stage manager of The Acting Company, based in New York.

art class notesArt & Art History

Jonathan Hicks’ (‘10) photograph from the Birmingham Museum of Art’s permanent collection was paired with Richard Longo’s prints in an exhibition of works curated by Wassan Al-Khudhairi, of the BMA.

Celestia Morgan (‘13) was included in the exhibition, State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. As one of 102 artists who exhibited, Celestia represented the State of Alabama.

Claire Spollen (‘13) was accepted into the internship program at Cooking Light magazine.

biology class notesBiology

Peter Hardin (’93) practices corporate and tax law as a shareholder at Birmingham-based firm Sirote & Permutt, PC. He’s also president of the board of directors of St. Anne’s Home.

Sabita Saldana (’14) who contributed to the book Epigenics and Dermatology, was selected as the 2015 Health Disparities Research Training Scholar and received a P20 Grant (senior personnel).