Alumni in the News Archive

December 2010

Publish Date
December 30, 2010
San Jose judge set to become chief of Bay Area's federal courts
For San Jose-based U.S. District Judge James Ware, becoming the Bay Area's next chief federal judge means more than assuming a key leadership role in the judiciary.
Published in: Contra Costa Times ( view article )

December 29, 2010
CLU professor to show 'Digital Imagining'
Timothy Hengst began teaching digital illustration and graphics techniques in the CLU multimedia program in 2001.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

December 28, 2010
FOOTBALL: Paly keyed by defensive mastermind
Special education teacher Jake Halas blossoms in his third season as Viking defensive coordinator, helping power Palo Alto High School to a state title.
Published in: Palo Alto Patch ( view article )

December 27, 2010
Hospitality defined Cockrell's life
Carol Cockrell, retiring executive director of Buffalo Hill Terrace, has a gift for making strangers feel like old friends.
Published in: Daily Inter Lake ( view article )

December 26, 2010
Two area teachers given fellowships
Two science teachers, from the Las Virgenes and Oak Park unified school districts, have been chosen to participate in a nationwide program designed to keep science teachers in the classroom.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

December 24, 2010
Oxnard author publishes new book
This thought-provoking book of two short stories highlights the importance of good friends.
Published in: PRWEB ( view article )

December 15, 2010
Mina Ann Dickson showcases professional brand through Cambridge Who's Who
Dickson rose close to $80,000 for scholarship funds at the Rotary Club
Published in: Cambridge Who's Who ( view article )

December 14, 2010
Local Florida Author publishes new book
Dutiful Daughters, a new book by Linda Lee Wheeler, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
Published in: PRWEB ( view article )

December 3, 2010
Rouse ready for next assignment
As far back as Marty Rouse can remember he wanted to be a deputy sheriff.
Published in: Moorpark Acorn ( view article )

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