Ethan Horwitz was named one of the "Annual Super Lawyers" in the Sunday, October 2 issue of the New York Times Magazine.
John M. DiMatteo
John M. DiMatteo was named one of the "Annual Super Lawyers" in the Sunday, October 2 issue of the New York Times Magazine.
Joyce (Myron) Zohar
Joyce (Myron) Zohar was the first woman to graduate from the NYU College of Engineering in 1961. The school was opened to women in 1959, at which time Joyce transferred as a junior from Cornell's College of Engineering, where she had been an Engineering Physics major. Joyce graduated with her new class at NYU with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree in 1961. Joyce went on to a long career in engineering and marketing, first in the power plant industry with Ebasco Services, then later in the defense industry. Her specialties were armaments and electro-optics. For several years before retiring in 1999, she was a consultant to a leading Israeli defense company. Joyce was married to Joseph Zohar in 1961. Joseph was a 1962 graduate of NYU. The couple was married for 48 years and have two children and four grandchildren. Joyce now lives in Irvine, CA, where she and her late husband retired after living on Long Island for more than 30 years.
Joseph Ritacco retired after a long career at AT&T Bell Labs. He is now focusing his personal energy on peace-building and interfaith dialogue, including serving on the Board of Directors for the Monmouth Center for World Religions and Ethical Thought and the WWII and Conflict Resolution Center at Brookdale College.
Robert Hirschkron, Herbert Jaffe, and Ronald Propstein
Robert Hirschkron, Herbert Jaffe, and Ronald Propstein, three NYU Heights Engineering grads met in Marblehead, Mass. on Monday, September 26th, 2011.
Mr. Joel Fernandez was recently awarded the 2011 DHS Cyber Security Fellowship.
Dr. Zindel Heller
Dr. Zindel Heller was issued United States Patent # 7 923 258 on April 12, 2011.
Instrument and method for simultaneous measurement of glucose and at least one other component in a finger-stick, human blood sample.
David J. Thomson
David J. Thomson was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (FRSC) last year. Mr. Thomson is currently a professor at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
Laurent and Price-Mars Delly, the founders of PropertyRoster.com recently threw a party in Harlem at The Lenox penthouse to launch their new real estate website designed to advertise residential and commercial properties, events, new developments and jobs.
William Modeste, Jr.
William Modeste, Jr. signed on to play for the Manhattan Pride during the 2012 season! He is a former NCAA basketball star at NYU-POLY and the current Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach at Brooklyn Friends School.
This July, Stanley Tenen, Director of Research for the Meru Foundation in Sharon, MA, published "The Alphabet That Changed the World". The book examines the Hebrew text of Genesis and its relationship to the alphabet. Using over 200 color illustrations, Mr. Tenen demonstrates how each letter of the alphabet is a hand gesture and also the universal language of Hebrew, which all people make natural use of when they are children. For more information on the book please visit www.tatctw.com.
Richard Bianco retired from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI in January 2010.