Congratulations to violinist Sydney Adedamola ’14, who was recently selected for the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Resident Fellows program for superb early-career musicians serving historically underrepresented populations. (Special thanks to retired music faculty chair Don Dregalla for passing along the news!) Read more about her appointment.
As a biomedical engineering major at Brown, Joshua Cohen ’10 began unraveling the question of why people develop brain disorders, sketching out ways to treat them. Seven years later, the experimental treatment he and Justin conceived shows promise for slowing the progress of ALS. Read more about a treatment offering hope to ALS patients, and how their work intersects with that of renowned neuroscientist Rudy Tanzi, Ph.D. P’26.
Congratulations to Sarah Sze ’87, whose artwork is part of a new renovation at Laguardia Airport. The work, Shorter than the Day, was recently featured in Architectural Digest. Read more.