Michele Dodge ’91 lives in Las Vegas and is in her 4th year of teaching at an AT RISK school. She is Chair of the Student Intervention Team and specializes in learning disabilities. She is also halfway through an MFT program at ULV and is starting her practicum this spring. Michele is married to SCC alum Philip Dodge and they have two children, Kaitie and Timothy.
James Ward ’93 is the Assistant Executive Director of Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. This is a large health facility that provides health care survices such as medical, dental, HIV education, mental health counseling, nutrition, childcare, and social services. James lives in San Diego, CA.
Alan Gibson ’91 is the Director of Social Services at a skilled nursing facility in Santa Ana, CA.
Kristine (Kurtovich ’93) Gibson is in the Nursing program at California State University Long Beach.
Jeff Erickson ’94 has applied to the Teacher Education program at Chapman University.
Julie See ’96 is working for Peanut Butter and Jelly Pre-school in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This is a therapeutic pre-school that provides services to families with problems such as developmental delays and disabilities, alcoholism, drug abuse, physical abuse, poverty, etc.
Michelle Arnold ’97 is working and living in Curry Village, Yosemite National Park!
Deanna (Wilson ’94) Wahlheim married Paul in Arizona on June 28, 1997! Congratulations!
Lisa (Joyal ’91) Walker lives in Tucson, Arizona and runs a home day care which permits her to be at home with Emma, who is 3!
Ross Andel’s (’97 Psychology) research entitled “The application of the variability of practice hypothesis in Alzheimer’s patients” was awarded an Honorable Mention in the competition for the Association for Anthropology and Gerontology’s 1997 Margaret Clark Award. Congratulations, Ross! Ross is now employed as a Research Assistant by the UC Irvine Institute for Brain Aging and Dementia. Included among his duties is the assessment of differences in motor skills and motor learning between patients diagnosed with probable Alzheimer’s Disease and healthy older adults.