Dillon ’66 Receives Albert Einstein Award of Medicine
William P. Dillon ’66, MD was honored by the International Association of Who's Who with the Albert Einstein Award of Medicine for his achievements within the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
Heck '17 Receives Prestigious Scholarship from AAUW
Lindsay Heck ’17 received the prestigious Olga Lindberg Scholarship from AAUW Buffalo for her contribution to the betterment of the broader community.
Huber ’90 Promoted at Cardinal O’Hara High School
Cardinal O’Hara High School promoted Tammy Huber ’90 to director of admissions. She previously served as assistant director.
Aflac Promotes Hennessy ’92
James J. Hennessy ’92 was promoted to senior vice president of Pre-Sales Operations and Aflac Group Operations.
Paolini ’07 to Receive Distinguished Alumni Award
Christ the King School will present Daniel Paolini ’07 with its 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award. He is currently the CEO at NexxusPoint, Buffalo.
Sparta Appoints Domanowski ’95 to Technical Advisory Board
Matthew Domanowski ’95 was named to Sparta’s Technical Advisory Board. Domanowski and his team have successfully bridged various complex applications and software platforms utilizing commercially available and custom software solutions.
Lewiston-Porter Names Rowles ’11, MS ’14 High School Principal
The Lewiston-Porter School District Board of Education announced the appointment of Bradley Rowles ’11, MS ’14 as the new principal of Lewiston-Porter High School.
Johnston ’10 MS Appointed VP of Development and External Affairs at GCC
Justin Johnston ’10 MS was appointed vice president of development and external affairs at Genesee Community College.
Connors ’68 Receives Thurgood Marshall Award for Excellence
Terry Connors ’68, one of New York's most distinguished trial lawyers, is receiving the Thurgood S. Marshall Award from the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. The annual award recognizes him as the state's outstanding criminal justice practitioner.
Young '02 Wins Barnes & Noble Award
Damon Young, '02, author of the bestselling collection of essays “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker,” was honored with Barnes & Noble’s Discover Great New Writers award.