Steve Hartman (Biology) recently published the book “Life is Short/Death is Forever: Finding Joy and Pleasure in Each Day Without Hurting Anyone Along the Way.” The audio version is now available on Amazon. It can also be found along with award-winning films he has written and produced on his new website sahartman.com
Kym Moore (Theatre Arts) has been named the new dean of the Ira Brind School of Theater Arts at the University of the Arts, effective January 2021. Moore has worked for Brown University for more than 10 years as a professor and director of undergraduate studies at the Department of Theatre Arts and Performance. She has taught acting and directing at a slew of prestigious institutions including the Juilliard School, Sarah Lawrence College, Notre Dame University and Carnegie Mellon University, among many others. She earned a Master of Fine Arts Degree at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Taylor Faith Krigsman (BS - Early Childhood Education: English) published a children's book about COVID-19 titled, “The Way the World Changed.” The book was illustrated by Krigsman’s friend and co-worker, Ashlynn Marie Lilly. The two hoped to create a story with whimsical illustrations that would feature characters from diverse backgrounds, inspired by Krigsman’s blended family. The oldest of six children, Krigsman has five siblings who were adopted through foster care, and she has had 19 foster siblings in total.