By Angela Breakey
Marsha Rosenberg has had a lifelong curiosity about the natural world, a curiosity that has been a guiding principle in her interests. She volunteered for 38 years at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, where she was one of the first groups of trained docents. She retired in March, when COVID-19 temporarily closed the Aquarium.
By Brad Breeding | MyLifeSite
Our nation has experienced an agonizing nine months as millions of people have been infected with COVID-19 and hundreds of thousands have died. So, it was an emotional moment as we watched the first Americans receive the highly anticipated COVID-19 vaccine.
By Libby Champney
Born in New Haven, Carel attended Upsala College, a small liberal arts school in East Orange, NJ. She notes that because she is half Swedish, this seemed like an appropriate place to go.
Written by Jackie Mintz
Don Killgallon turned an innate appreciation for sentences and their structure into a widely used method for teaching composition. In this method, students are taught to see how sentences written by recognized authors are built, and they then learn to compose sentences modeled on them.
Written by Dosia Laeyendecker
Sheila Taft Fitzgerald grew up in Richland Center, WI. With a B.S. in nursing from the University of Wisconsin, she sought to widen her world and got a job at Stanford University Hospital.