We are confronting the worst public-health crisis in a century. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world and will affect our lives for some time to come. Hopefully, by the time you read this, the number of COVID-19 cases will have fallen significantly. How did the YCP community pull together and manage? With humor, compassion, and resilience.
On the Road Again
Meet Sueann Robbins
Internship Leads to Job
How Has COVID-19 Changed Your Perspective?
Making an Impact
A Heart for Healthcare
Java Joe Retires
Creating a Sense of Community through Murals
ACL Tear Changes Wrestler’s Perspective
Wagner Leads the Spartans to another CAC Championship
Hands On: Mary Meisenhelter, PhD
Envisioning the Future
FBI Forensic Chemist
Monique Brillhart ’00 does intriguing work as a Forensic Chemist for the FBI...“From developing latent prints on items of evidence, to comparing those prints and making identifications, testifying in court, as well as providing training to our domestic and international law enforcement partners in the development of latent prints,” it’s engaging.
Storyteller at Harvard
Adam Zewe ’07 has always been a storyteller. He’s worked at Harvard for four years now, and he’s never been happier.
Debabrata Mukherjee, PhD, MBA '00 has been the President and CEO of Finch Paper in Glens Falls, New York for the past seven years. But, his path to business leadership did not travel through the traditional sales or administrative routes.