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JHU Recognizes Outstanding Bloomberg School Alumni


Fourteen alumni and friends of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have been recognized by Johns Hopkins University for special awards. The award recipients will be recognized at the Bloomberg School’s annual Honors and Awards Ceremony to be held on May 24, 2011. Dean Michael J. Klag will present the awards.
This year’s award recipients are as follows:

Woodrow Wilson Award
This award recognizes alumni who have brought credit to Johns Hopkins University by their current or recently concluded distinguished public service as elected or appointed officials.

Nils M.P. Daulaire, MPH ’78
Marilyn Jean Keefe, MPH ’93
Diane E. Rowland, ScD ’87

Heritage Award
This award honors alumni and friends of the University who have contributed outstanding service over an extended period to the progress of the University or the activities of the Alumni Association.

Virginia Ladd (friend)

Distinguished Alumni Award
Alumni who receive the Distinguished Alumni Award typify the Johns Hopkins tradition of excellence and have brought credit to the University by their personal accomplishment, professional achievement or humanitarian service.

Susan R. Guarnieri, MPH '69
Donna J. Petersen, MHS ’84, ScD ’89
David Vlahov, PhD ’88

Knowledge for the World
This award honors alumni who exemplify the Johns Hopkins tradition of excellence and have brought credit to the University and their profession in the international arena through their professional achievements or humanitarian service.

Jose Miguel De Angulo, MPH ’86
Joanne Katz, ScD ’93
Patricia N. Mechael, MHS ’98
Gregory Tignor, ScD ’69
Tien Y. Wong, MPH ’97, PhD ’02

Outstanding Recent Graduate Award
This award recognizes recent graduates of Johns Hopkins (within 10 years of graduation) for outstanding achievement or service in their professional or volunteer life.

Nikolas R. Buescher, MHS ’04
Caitlin Russell Reed, MPH ’09