Alumni News

Zane C. Zander ’57 has been building and restoring cars since he was in high school.

When Steve Meyer M.S. ’00 began teaching technology and engineering education at Brillion High School five years ago, he updated the curriculum—from creating craftspeople to creating innovative thinkers and doers.


Chad Lewis ’99 has searched for vampires and werewolves in Transylvania.


Marlene Bourne ’87 of Bourne Research tracks and writes about science and engineering breakthroughs that are taking place worldwide.


Jeffrey Royle ’94 brought baseball back to Green Bay.


Look on grocery store shelves this holiday season and you’ll find the work of Joel Templin ’91, founder and principal of Hatch Design. You can’t miss it.


Aloun Phoulavan ’95 explores the experiences and stories of Asian Americans in his paintings.


If you can catch up with Joan McLaughlin Boetcher ’58, then you’ve accomplished quite a feat. B oetcher is a woman on the go. She has shown Quarter horses and raced Hobie Cat sailboats. She bicycles throughout Europe and runs marathons. All at age 71. Competitive sports have always been a part of her life. It was something she could do away from her teaching job and still get the exercise she enjoyed, she said. E ven in retirement, Boetcher is not slowing down. Last March, she ran a marathon in Rome and won her age group. In October, she also won her age group at the Army Ten-Miler marathon in Washington D.C.

Summer Outlook 2012