Alfred is a graduate from the University of Chicago, where he was awarded a B.A. (honors) in Physics, and also satisfied requirements for a B. S. in Applied Mathematics. He earned a Ph. D. in Physics from University of California-San Diego.
During his graduate work, he taught labs for college level classes in optics and modern physics, coordinated discussion sections for electricity and magnetism classes, and
conducted research in magnetism.
Biology /SAT /History/ Government/General High School
Emily earned a B.A. with honors (GPA 3.9/4.0) from Brown University, in the independent concentration "Human Freedom and
Education", her Senior Thesis entitled: "Being and Being Educated: A Phenomenological Approach to Self-Discipline and the Project of
Education". She also spent a semester of study abroad in St. Edmund Hall College, University of Oxford - England.
Emily's accomplishments and interests range from (1) WRITING, Columnist/Commentary Writer, Brown Daily Herald and College Hill Independent Issues
magazine, and Contributor, The Spread , a feminist literary arts magazine;(2) LEADERSHIP , Teaching Assistant in Introduction to Political Thought class;
(3) ACTIVISM, member of Students For Choice and the Coalition of Concerned Students, ad hoc multicultural
group; and (4) COMMUNITY, Staff of Sarah Doyle Women's Center and Mentor, The Kids Project.
Special Promotion 2001