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Saturday, May 5, 2012
Mason Gross Galleries at Civic Square
33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick
Induction Ceremony and Dinner
10 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick
Master of Ceremonies James Cusumano RC'64, GSNB'68, Founder of Catalytica Inc. and Chateau Wally Films and Chairman of Chateau Mcely, 2011 Hall of Distinguished Alumni Inductee
Dancing and Entertainment
Featuring live music and performances by Tribeca Rhythm and the Rutgers Alumni Ensemble
Black tie. Please visit the full
2012 Hall of Distinguished Alumni website for more details.
*Early bird has been extended until April 15, 2012. After that date, tickets will be sold for $135 each.
In recognition of alumni whose achievements in professional and civic life have brought honor to themselves and the university, Rutgers and the Rutgers University Alumni Association each year bestow the prestigious Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni Awards. Another five exceptional alumni will be inducted this spring:
- Dennis M. Bone RBS’84
President of Verizon New Jersey who transformed the telecommunications industry by skillfully leading the statewide launch of Verizon’s revolutionary fiber-optic network; chair of the State Employment and Training Commission and Choose New Jersey
- Flora D. Darpino CLAW’86
Brigadier General in the U.S. Army JAG Corps who valiantly led the rebuilding of Iraq’s legal system from the ground up; commander of the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency and chief judge of the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals
- George C. Hill CCAS’61
Expert in the microbiology of infectious disease whose groundbreaking research advanced biomedical science worldwide; professor and vice chancellor for multicultural affairs at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Kathryn L. Holloway CCAS’80
Neurosurgery pioneer who developed a new approach to deep brain stimulation; professor at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and chief of neurosurgery at Hunter Holmes McGuire V.A. Medical Center
David E. Schuller RC’66
Lifesaving oncologist who introduced a new therapy for the world’s second most common malignancy, doubling survival rates; a longtime scholar and leader at The Ohio State University, currently vice president of medical center expansion