“Singing with Colors,” a multimedia retrospective of art by Maria Termini, B.A. 1963, M.F.A. 1965 (A&S), was featured in an exhibition in March and April at the McCoy Gallery located on the campus of Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass. Termini lives in Newton, Mass.
Donald Slater, B.C.E. 1965 (ENGR), is an assistant professor in the construction management and civil engineering technology department at Georgia Southern University. In November 2007, he co-presented at the SoTL (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) Commons Conference, a gathering with participants from six continents. The presentation topic was student confidence ratings. He was also chosen to participate in the weeklong Innovative Teaching Strategies Faculty Retreat held in December 2007 at his university. In addition, he is faculty adviser and chief instructor of the university’s Aikido Club.
Eugene K. Skoropowski, B.Arch. 1967 (ARCH), of Dublin, Calif., is completing his ninth year as managing director of the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority in the San Francisco Bay area, transforming the 170-mile intercity rail route into the third busiest Amtrak-operated passenger rail service in the country. During his tenure, service on the San Jose-Oakland/ San Francisco-Sacramento-Sierra foothills route has gone from eight daily trains to 32 trains,
and ridership and revenue have quadrupled. He received the Graham W. Claytor Award for Distinguished Service to Passenger Rail from Railway Age magazine in 2005. He and his wife, Joann (Pinard) Skoropowski, B.S.N. 1966 (NURS), spend as much time as they can shuttling to Tampa, Fla., to visit their grandchildren, Nicholas and Samantha.