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Fall 2021 Krieger Alumni to Watch

  • Samuel Cheney ’19 (MFA) received a 2021 Pushcart Prize for his poem “On the Footage of Monet Painting.”
  • Stuart W. Davidson ’79, partner at Willig, Williams & Davidson, was named among the 2021 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers for the 18th year in a row. Pennsylvania Super Lawyers is a peerreviewed, independently researched rating service of outstanding lawyers who have been identified as attaining a high degree of professional achievement.
  • Eat Wheaties!, a movie based on The Locklear Letters, a novel by Michael Kun ’84, won the Best Comedy award at the 2020 San Diego International Film Festival and the Humor award at the 2020 Heartland Film Festival.
  • Emmett F. McGee ’81 was recognized in the 2021 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, a prestigious annual guide ranking the leading law firms in the U.S. McGee is a principal in the Baltimore office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
  • Mark Monmonier ’64, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography and the Environment at Syracuse University, received the Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of extraordinary contributions to the undergraduate experience and research excellence, fostering of innovation, and support for student veterans.
  • Michael A. Moskowitz ’64 is part of an international team that received the Brain Prize 2021, a $1.5 million award for groundbreaking work on the causes and treatment of migraine.
  • Divorce, Simply Stated: How to Achieve More, Worry Less and Save Money in Your Divorce, by Laurence Sarezky ’71, was ranked Best Family Law Book of All Time by Book Authority.
  • Elena Walsh ’09, college access specialist and teacher at Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove in Baltimore, was one of 12 recipients of the 2021 Counselors That Change Lives Awards from the nonprofit Colleges That Change Lives.