Lael Brainard ’79 has been nominated by President Obama for a position at the Federal Reserve. If confirmed by the Senate, Lael will join the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in the coming months.
Don’t miss the January issue of the Georgian. Inside you will find stories about the remarkable results of our recent survey, the history of athletics on campus, the sustainable features of the Fitness and Athletics Center, the Hayden family’s legacy, exercise and the brain, and Campus News & Notes.
One of today’s hottest new technologies, 3D printing and rapid prototyping, is being explored by students in their classrooms. While 3D printing is still in its early stage, robotics and physics teacher Chris Odom predicts that personal manufacturing, like personal computing, is about to become mainstream in a big way.
Geno McDermott ’04 has created and produced a new show “COLD RIVER CASH” airing Thursday’s at 10:00 p.m. on Animal Planet. The show follows the lives of Maine fishermen as they try to capture the elusive American Glass Eel.
The Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition honored eleven George School students at its inaugural show. “Purple Lake” by Maggie Chen ’15 was one of the award winners selected by the show’s juror, Marcia Weikert. The Youth Art Exhibition is open to the public on weekends from January 11 through January 26, noon to 5:00 p.m.
Bob Marsh, a sculptor and Assistant Professor at Kendall College of Art and Design, will exhibit “9 years of Flight” in the Class of 1956 Gallery in the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library from Thursday, January 9, 2014 through Friday, February 14, 2014. A gallery talk and artist reception will be held on Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.
George School ceramics and sculpture teacher Amedeo Salamoni recently published Wood-Fired Ceramics: 100 Contemporary Artists. The book is comprised of over 500 color photographs and features the work of 100 ceramic artists who still use the sometimes unpredictable method of wood-firing.