Alumni News Round-Up: Week of November 3, 2018
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of November 3, 2018:
- Lucy Dacus (’13) played with boygenius on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Monday, November 5th.
- Dr. Randolph Ashton (’99), assistant professor of biomedical engineering at UW-Madison, is using stem cells to grow neural tubes in the hopes of better understanding conditions like Parkinson’s disease and Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was recently named the new associate director for UW–Madison’s Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center.
- Harvard Law Today profiled Eve Howe (’08), a 1L at Harvard Law School who spent five years as an officer in the U.S. Navy and one year working at Casa Ruby before matriculating. “I’d always imagined using whatever degree or knowledge I had to help people in some way,” Eve says.
- Jenny Han (’98) is featured in Variety’s Literary Impact Report, which “salutes authors who have made a big impact on the literary world, as well as the film and TV biz, in the past year.”