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Bryan D. Williams, B.A. 2000 (A&S), of Hyattsville, Md., received his M.Ed. degree from the University of Maryland in May.

Rev. David J. Bergner, S.D.S., Ph.D. 2001 (SOCSV), of Richmond, Va., was elected provincial superior of the U.S. branch of his religious community, the Salvatorian Fathers and Brothers.

Andrea L. De Pinto, B.A. 2001 (A&S), of Silver Spring, Md., has become a religion teacher at St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C.

Philip A. Ross, B.A. 2001 (A&S), J.D. 2004 (LAW), has been appointed assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Michigan. Based in Detroit, he represents the United States in criminal and civil asset forfeiture matters. He had been a contract attorney with the Department of Justice’s Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section, where he co-edited a treatise titled Asset Forfeiture Law in the United States.

Sister Maria Grace Dateno, F.S.P., M.A. 2002 (THEO), is an acquisitions editor at Pauline Books & Media, the publishing house of the Daughters of St. Paul, in Boston.

Rev. Michael J. Foppiano, B.A. 2002 (PHIL), was ordained to the priesthood in June and has been assigned as associate pastor at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Towson, Md.

Jerry F. Reynolds, B.A. 2002 (A&S), of Mobile, Ala., was promoted in April 2006 to counseling supervisor with the Enterprise Corporation of the Delta, in Jackson County, Miss. This pilot financial counseling program assists thousands of low-to-moderate-income families who have been receiving federal homeowner assistance grants as Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts continue on the Gulf Coast.

Joseph P. Rosko III, B.A. 2002 (A&S), has joined the Meridian Capital Group, a commercial real estate financial intermediary, as a broker in its New Jersey office. Previously he was director of a private emerging market real estate investment firm based in Nicaragua.

William T. Ditewig, Ph.D. 2003 (THEO), left his position as executive director of the Secretariat for the Diaconate at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to become an associate professor of theology at St. Leo University, located near Tampa, Fla.

Brian D. Jones, B.A./M.A. 2005 (A&S), moved from Arlington, Va., to Williamsburg, Va., in May to work toward a master’s degree in education at the College of William and Mary.

Patricia Salazar, B.A. 2006 (A&S), was honored by the bilingual Sacred Heart School in Washington D.C., as New Teacher of the Year after her first year as a fourth-grade teacher.

Walter F. Avellaneda, B.M. 2007 (MUSIC), was appointed director of instrumental music at John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, N.Y.

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