Roger C. Altman, ’69, is the winner of the 2016 Corporate Distinguished Alumni Award for his consistent, long-term success in the financial sector with Evercore Partners, Inc. Read more »
South Side Chicago native Daniel P. Caruso, ’90, is the winner of the Entrepreneurial Alumni Award of the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards as the chairman and chief executive officer of Boulder-based Zayo Group. Read more »
Susan L. Axelrod, LAB ’70, MBA ’82, is the winner of the 2016 Public Service / Public Sector Distinguished Alumni Award for her influence and effectiveness with Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy. Read more »
Bryan R. Johnson, ’07 (XP-76), is the winner of the 2016 Distinguished Young Alumni Award for his extraordinary success as founder of Braintree and OS Fund. Read more »
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