Last night I read the article [“Genotopia,” Fall 2011 On Wisconsin], and this morning I read in the Washington Post that William Gahl [the clinical director for the National Human Genome Research Institute] has been awarded a Samuel Heyman Service to America Medal — one of those thrills that life affords now and then. Encouraging, too, to find a federal worker being lauded in these corrosive and untruthful times.
Anna Marie Stubenrauch Mulvihill MS’59 Vienna, Virginia
Published in the Winter 2011 issue
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