Alumni News


Despite canceling in-person events due to COVID-19, the Alberta Alumni Chapter continued to meet monthly this spring for its First Friday Lunches via Zoom. Another new initiative for the alumni is offering résumé reviews for undergraduates. Volunteer reviewers score résumés independently, using an agreed upon scoring system. Video consultations will be offered to participating chapter members with Alberta alumni who are employed in post-secondary career services.


The Arlington Alumni Chapter congratulates alumni on their recent achievements. Ignacio Nunez, Arlington ’75, was elected to the Arlington City Council for District 5, which includes the UT Arlington campus. In January, Carl Esposito, Arlington ’06, began his role as Director of Admissions and Marketing at The British International School of Kuala Lumpur. 


In February, Brother Howard “Skip” Elliott, Jr., Indiana ’77, was one of three alumni recognized by the Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences with a Distinguished Alumni Award. Brother Elliott currently serves as the administrator of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration. He also serves as member of the Indiana Chapter’s house corporation board. In addition to an awards presentation, he and the other honorees hosted a roundtable discussion to talk about their experiences. Several DUs attended the event.


In May, Brother John Desko, Syracuse ’79, was named to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. John started as an assistant coach at Syracuse following his playing days and has been head coach of the Syracuse men’s lacrosse team since 1999. Over the years, he has been a part of 11 national championship teams.