Daniel Dickerson ’80 and more…

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Daniel Dickerson '80

Daniel Dickerson ’80

Daniel Dickerson ’80

The Detroit News spends “A day with Dan Dickerson: Face behind voice of the Tigers.” Dickerson is celebrating his 10th season as the lead play-by-play radio voice for the Major League Baseball team.

Read the complete Detroit News article.

 

 

Douglas P. Nowacek '91

Douglas P. Nowacek ’91

Douglas P. Nowacek ’91

Doug Nowacek, director of undergraduate studies at Duke University’s Marine Lab, studies marine mammals and their acoustic communication. He discusses his research and the information shared by an Ohio Wesleyan professor that set him on his current path.

Read the complete Duke Chronicle article.

 

 

Kai Watson '05

Kai Watson ’05

Kai Watson ’05

Kai Watson discusses his paintings and the impact of his famous grandfather, artist Barrington Watson, and father, artist Basil Watson, with Jamaica’s The Gleaner. In 2005, Kai and Basil Watson became the first child and parent to ever have their artwork on display at Ohio Wesleyan simultaneously.

Read the complete Jamaica Gleaner article.

 

 

Jill Abbamonte Brower '92

Jill Abbamonte Brower ’92

Jill Abbamonte Brower ’92

Jill Abbamonte Brower is appointed principal of Lakewood Elementary School in Michigan. She previously served as district coordinator for Huron Valley’s gifted and talented program.

Read the complete SpinalColumn article.

 

 

 

Bruce Tall '82

Bruce Tall ’82

Bruce Tall ’82

In 1987, Bruce Tall was the defensive coordinator at Ohio Wesleyan when the Battling Bishop football team beat Wittenberg for the first time in 17 seasons. Jeff Mullen was on the field for the rival Tigers. Today, both are on the same team, as top assistants to Charlotte 49ers head coach Brad Lambert.

Read the complete Charlotte Observer article.

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