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Recent Alumni News

  • If you would like to update your information, please send Char Miller your
    latest news (and include your year of graduation!)
  • The Trinitonian reports on the recent growth of the undergraduate
    Urban Studies major
  • Holly Frindell'06 is working for the Mercy Volunteer Corps in the south Bronx, and is
    learning a great deal; keep track of her reactions on her weblog
  • Emma Hersh'06 is a Council Aide and Field Office Manager for Councilwoman Patti Radle
  • Chris Reynolds'06 has a research fellowship at the Federal Reserve Bank in Washington, D. C.
  • Kim LeBlanc '05 is a Producerís Assistant in Austin, TX at Troublemaker Studios, a production
    company and set of studios owned by filmmaker Robert Rodriguez and his wife and producer Elizabeth Avellan.
  • Katelyn Werner '05 is at the University of Richmond Law School, and this summer will be working for a firm in Denver.
  • Tracey Cox '04, having worked as a historic preservation officer for the
    Fort Worth Planning Department, is now a conservation district planner for the City of Dallas.
  • Alex Webb '04, after working in Harris County's Public Infrastructure Department
    in the Construction Programs Division, is currently a graduate student in Texas A&M's program in Land
    Economics and Real Estate.
  • Kari Papelbon '03 is a Planner II in Water Resources, for the San Antonio Water System, working on desalinization, among other projects.
  • Gwen Shapard '03 recently completed a Master of Science in
    Community and Regional Planning at the University of Texas, Austin, and is
    a planner for Fort Worth.
  • Matthew Warren '01, recently received an MBA at Notre Dame University, and is executive
    director of the Idaho Tennis Association. He is loving Boise and his work!
  • Alison Lands '00 graduated in July 2005 with a dual MPA / Masters
    of Public & Economic Policy from Columbia University and the London
    School of Economics. She has since relocated from London to Houston,
    where she works for Deloitte Consulting LLP in their Strategy & Operations practice,
    with an industry focus on public sector clients
  • Rolando Bono, MA '98 has retired as City Manager for the City of San Antonio,
    after a distinguished career.
  • Bernadette Marion '98, is pursuing doctoral studies in the Department
    of Geography at Florida State University. Her area of interest includes
    urban geographies and transportation.
  • Chris McKnight '96 was featured in an article in the  San Antonio Current
    about the revival of the city's East Side: Movin' on Up
  • Kathleen Lilly Randall '96 is working at the Greater Houston Partnership on tax
    and fiscal and health care public policy issues.  I have been at the Partnership for the last
    four years.  Prior to that she attended the LBJ School of Public Affairs and worked at the Texas Capitol
  • Adolph L. Stickelbault '80 is an Urban Water Conservation Specialist for the Texas Water
    Development Board, for which he provides technical assistance to public water suppliers in the area of
    conservation & drought plan development and program implementation.