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Ronald Dobrydnio, B.S. 1960, of Silver Spring, Md., received a degree in international business from George Washington University. He took an early retirement from Inter- american Development Bank and served in Guyana during 1993-1994 with the United Nations development program, managing a project to rehabilitate the ministry of finance.

Jerome D. Goldberg, B.S. 1960, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., has been elected president of the West- chester chapter of the American Society for Training and Development. He is a management consultant with experience in general management, information systems, and the development of leadership and management training programs.

Alan S. Walker, B.A. 1960, is the president and CEO of Program Corporation of America, a lecture management firm with many celebrity clients, located in White Plains, N.Y. and Boca Raton, Fla.

Anthony C. Bonacci, B.S. 1961, of Plain City, Ohio, assistant dean emeritus of the College of Pharmacy, Ohio State University, has completed his studies at the Pontifical College Josephinum to become an ordained deacon in the Roman Catholic Church.

Claudia Louth Mitchell, B.S. 1964, is the director of the associate degree in nursing program at Santa Barbara City College, Calif.

William F. Adler, B.A. 1965, of Hunt Valley, Md. and president, PHH Vehicle Management Services, is responsible for the operations of the corporation's vehicle management subsidiaries. He is also a PHH senior vice president and a member of its executive management committee.

Susan LaMothe Davidson, B.A. 1965, received a master's of divinity degree from the General Theological Seminary in 1994 and has been appointed as vicar of St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Little Rock, Ark.

Joan Clements, B.S. 1966, is a microbiologist at Arnot Ogden Medical Center in Elmira, N.Y.

Richard H. Gallagher, Ph.D. 1966, president of Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., has been awarded an honorary membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the society's highest honor. He also received an honorary doctor of science degree from Clarkson during May commencement ceremonies.

Jacqueline M. Ort, A.A.S. 1966, of Amherst, N.Y., is secretary to the dean of the UB Faculty of Social Sciences. She has been working at various offices throughout the university since May 1967.

Susan Miller Spiritus, B.A. 1966, is an art dealer and owner of a fine art gallery in North Beach, Calif., specializing in contemporary photography, ceramics, silver jewelry and wooden vessels.

Donald S. Teig, B.A. 1966, of Ridgefield, Conn., established the first multi- disciplinary facility for comprehensive testing and performance enhancement of athletes.

Linda J. Wachner, B.S. 1966, was recently elected to Channel Thirteen/WNET's board of trustees while acting as director of Travelers Group, the American Apparel Association and the New York City Partnership. She also serves on the policy committee of the Business Roundtable, the board of overseers of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and the Council on Foreign Relations.

Donald O. Hewitt, M.B.A. 1967, has been appointed vice president and general manager of Pacificare, an HMO in Houston, Texas.

Harvey Starr, B.A. 1967, the Dag Hammarskjöld Professor in International Affairs at the University of South Carolina, has been elected vice president of the American Political Science Association.

Christopher J. Dunn, M.B.A. 1968, is president of Squirrel Free Inc. of Amherst, N.Y., developers of Pepper-Treat Pepper-Coated Wild Bird Food, which exclusively attracts wild birds, making it unpalatable to most mammals.

Ernest B. Gardow, Ph.D. 1968, professor and head of the department of mechanical engineering at the University of Hartford, West Hartford, Conn., has been named vice president for professional practice, American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Jay A. Gershen, B.A. 1968, a faculty member with 20 years' experience in education, research, clinical practice and policy development, was appointed acting dean of the UCLA School of Dentistry.

Ronald K. Tober, M.B.A. 1968 & B.S. 1961, of North Tonawanda, N.Y., recently retired from Outokumpu American Brass.

Larry S. Horwitz, B.S. 1969, of Buffalo, was appointed vice president of operations at Calspan Advanced Technology Center.

Kathy Langen, B.A. 1969, of Batavia, N.Y., has been published in Echoes from the Silence, Vol. III, a collection of poetry designed to promote and revitalize interest in poetry and to give recognition to deserving novice poets.