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Andrew Boriskin, '10 Psychology

In 2015, became an Associate Attorney at Porter Scott Attorneys in Sacramento, CA. His area of practice consists of Business and Real Estate, Construction and Employment.

Justin Golden, '09 Political Science

His company, Pit Stop Detailing Company, just opened its thrid location in Missouri. He learned to detail at Fast Lanes on Main Street while attending OU. "The best university on the planet! Boomer Sooner!" Visit their website at

Eleanor Jennings, '05 PhD Microbiology

After graduating from OU and performing a post-doc, Jennings relocated to the Washington D.C. area for a position as an environmental consultant. In addition to her “regular” job as a principal microbiologist at Total Environmental, Inc., Jennings is almost half-way through a three-year position as the United States Science Adviser to the Natural Science and Engineering Council (NSERC) of Canada. She also continue to serve as a national chairperson and national board member for the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). One of her primary interests within ASM is helping provide professional resources and guidance to young-career microbiologists, and to this goal Jennings helped to co-found the national ASM Microbe Mentor program, which was launched in February of 2015.


Brooks Hull, '96, '01

Brooks Hull, formerly the vice president of Institutional Advancement at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, has officially assumed leadership of Louisiana Tech University’s Division of University Advancement as its new vice president.

Daniel A. Whitehead, '97 MHR

Whitehead recently was selected from a group of therapist applications to receive specialized training in order to serve a growing population of veterans needing services after returning from Afghanistan.


David M Peter, '82 English

Peter, Dean of Learning Resources and Technology at Vincennes University, is the new president-elect of the Indiana Library Federation.He will serve as vice president in 2016, president in 2017 and past-president in 2018 of the ILF Board of Visitors.

The Indiana Library Federation is one of the largest library associations in the United States and holds the largest state library convention in the country.


Paula Kitt, '76 Mathematics, '79 Natural Science

Kitt recently was named director of Capital Campaign Services for the Mission Investment Fund of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Glenn Palmor, '73 Political Science/Law Enforcement

Retired after 35 years of service as a Senior Special Agent for Union Pacific Railroad Police in El Paso, Texas. Many thanks to my adviser Professor Sam Chapman.


John Patrick Mondejar, Ph.D., '67 BA, '68 MA, '75 PhD Economics

Mondejar is retired from the US Department of Labor and the US Department of State after 42 years of service. He worked in Berlin Germany for the US State Department when the Berlin Wall fell.


A. Haeworth Robertson, '51 Mathematics

Haeworth Robertson published "The Siren of Sans Souci" in 2015. It is the sequel to "The Silver Pendant," and relates the continuing adventures of Alan Jameson, a oung actuary, when he encounters Venezuelan siren Graciela Bonasera. A tale of ill-fated love, premeditated murders,  misbegotten fortune and personal transformation.