Alumni Network and Department Newsletter

Class of 2003

Ames, Jonathan

Yokohama International School, Yokohama, Japan

Middle School History/Geography Teacher

After teaching Secondary History and Geography to international students in  Shanghai and Suzhou, China for the past four years, I moved to Yokohama in August to embark on my newest challenge.

Bougher, Gabrielle

2003 BA History minor Art History
2007 M.Ed. University of Massachusetts 
John Stark Regional High School (9th and 10th grade social studies teacher)
World Cultures and Geography
Western Civilization 
Integrated Community

How are things at Ithaca? Life has been good, but busy. I am teaching World history and Geography at John Stark Regional High School. I actually teach in an integrated program that combines social studies, science and English. It is an interestin program to be a part of and requires a lot of collaboration. We are curently working on creating I-Movies about Roman Emperors. I also teach Geopolitical studies and my students are learning about the genocide in Rwanda. They are working with an organization to create t-shirts to be sold. All the profits will go to survivors.  I am excited to see how this project goes. I have not recieved a newsletter. I have included my address. That is exciting that the department has some students who know me. I always tell them how much I enjoyed by time at Ithaca and especially all the profs in the History department. Thanks for the email. 

Colletta, Michael 

Law student, graduating SP 2009. Currently employed by Goldman & Maurer, LLP in Great Neck, NY

Crawford, Ryan

US Army, Judge Advocate General's Corp. (Attorney)

I too have many positive memories.  Thanks again for all that you did for me and that you continue to do for IC.

Fitzmaurice, Sean

Defensive Line Coach/Director of Football operations

McKinney,  Mehan Talmadge

 PhD Candidate in History, Binghamton University, NY.

Megan is currently in Paris at the National Archives to conduct research on her dissertation entitled “Constitutional Republicanism after the Terror.” Her dissertation will focus on the impact of the French Constitution of 1795 on the French Revolution, the European republics that emerged in its wake, and constitutional republicanism thereafter. 

Miller, Harold

Upstate NY Organizing Director for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).

Valeant, Jill A.

Campus Recruiter for KPMG LLP.








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