Hampden-Sydney is the parent institution of both the Medical College of Virginia and Union Theological Seminary (Presbyterian).
Wilson Center Newsletter, February 2012
Student & Alumni News
Nathan Schnetzler '07 has accepted a position as a summer clerk for Judge Urbanski, Federal District Judge for the Western District of Virginia.
Louis Mari '10 is a student trainee with the US Patent Office.
Capt David Grisdale '08 has returned from a nine month tour in Afghanistan. He was the executive officer of Delta Company, 2-34 Armor Battalion.
Mark Pinto '06, a lobbyist with the Fiorentino Group in Jacksonville, has accepted a position with the Republican Party of Florida.
Gray Bowditch '07, the interim director of The Community Free Ciinic of Newport News, has been named one of Inside Business' "Top 40 Under 40" in Hampton Roads.
Capt. Zachary Wasmer '06 is stationed in San Diego with the US Marine Corps. He had been serving in Afghanistan.
Joseph Webb '03 has a position with the Mecklenburg County (VA) Schools teaching US and World History Dual Enrollment
Kevin Turner '03 has been named Chief Deputy Attorney General of Alabama. He joined the Attorney General's office in January 2011. Previously, he practiced law at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP in Birmingham. He is a member of the Hampden-Sydney College Board of Trustees.
Lt. Cmdr. Martin Fentress '00 has reported as a department head to VAW-121 in Norfolk.
Dr. Brad Washington '00 has been tapped by the University of California Berkeley's International and Area Studies centers to serve as part of the US Department of Education's national advisory panel investigating career tracks for Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship recipients.
Christopher Peace '98 was re-elected to a fourth term in the Virginia House of Delgates on November.
Bradley K Gillen '97 has joined Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP as a partner in its Washington D.C. office.
David Defazio '95 was sworn in for a one-year term as the president of the Chesterfield County Bar Association.
Sean Collins '94 is brand chief in the Office of Enforcement at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Richard T. Atlee '93 has been appointed by the Virginia General Assembly to the Circuit Court bench.
Dr. Reed Skaggs '92 has accepted a detail assignment at the the White House in the Office of Science and Technology Policy, OSTP.
Dr. Mark Gammon '91 has been appointed the Matthew Simpson Endowed Chair in Religion at Simpson College.
Robert Montgomery '91 has been promoted to Element Leader, Natural and Cultural Resources Management for the Fourth Fighter Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron at Seymour Johnson AFB.
William Stanley '89 was re-elected to the Virginia State Senate for the 20th District.
Christopher A. Hutson '88 was elected in the fall to the Gloucester Board of Supervisors.
Horace M. Tipton '87 and his wife Anne Howard Tipton have founded the non-profit organization Planting Faith. They have moved to Kenya to serve as missionaries.
W. James Young '86 was the lead counsel for the petitioners in the Locke v SEIU Local 1000, a case that was on the United States Supreme Court's docket in January.
Lynwood Lewis '84 was re-elected to the VA General Assembly in Novmeber.
Timothy Fitzpatrick '81 has been named the athletic director at the Coast Guard Academy.
Warren M. Thompson '81 is a 2011 Washington Business Hall of Fame Laureate.
David Hudgins '77 was recently elected to the rank of Advocate with the American Board of Trial Advocates, an organization of trial attorneys representing equally the plaintiff and defense bars whose primary mission has been the preservation of the civil jury trial right guaranteed by the 7th Amendment to the US Constitution.
Myron Boon '74 was elected to the Board of Trustees of Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC.
Richard W. Bradshaw '74 has re-elected the Commissioner of Revenue in James City County.
Alphonso O'Neill White '73 has been named to the New York Federal Reserve Board.
Thomas C Bowen III '73 is running for Mathews County (VA) Commonwealth's Attorney
Charles Johnson '73 is a media relations officer for the US Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, KT.
Sidney L. Stern II '73 has completed a course at the National Outdoor Leadership School, NOLS, in the Wind River range of Wyoming.
Thompson C, Bowen '73 was elected Commonwealth's Attorney for Mathews County in November.
Robert Woltz '71 has retired as President of Verizon Virginia. He serves on the Governor's Advisory Council on Revenue Estimates and the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority Advisory Board.
Dr. Randy Chitwood '68 received the Bakoulev Premium Medal from the Bakoulev Center and the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences on October 12.
Lattrell Thomas '66 was re-elected to the Carroll County Board of Supervisors.
Stephen H. Helvin '65 has been named to the Board of Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Foundation.