Adam Samuels was a career US Navy officer, including 4 years on Joint assignment to DoD bio-defense programs, from USSR bio-weapons elimination to fighting Ebola in Africa.
Alan Dawes has been writing memoirs and teaching memoir writing for many years. Recently, he self-published a collection of memoirs based on his life in England before coming to the United States in 1960. The “Shoe Box Stories” was a surprise and appreciated gift to his children.
Allison Miller is Associate Professor of Art History and the Chair of the International Studies Program at Southwestern University. This course consists of six classes taught by junior and senior Southwestern students majoring in Art History. Class topics are chosen and researched by the students. Students presenting will be Kari Darr, Haley Druart, Kyle Leon, … Read more about Allison Miller
Anne Evans After graduating from UT with a Masters in Information Science with an emphasis in digital preservation, Ann Evans became Curator at The Williamson Museum in January 2013, a role she continued through February 2020. In March of 2020, Ann became a Reference Librarian at the Georgetown Public Library, where she continues to promote … Read more about Anne Evans
Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4) Anthony Triola retired on January 31, 2014, after serving 25 years on active duty. Anthony enlisted in the US Air Force in 1989 as an intelligence operations analyst. Following the attacks of September 11, 2001, Anthony applied to the US Army Warrant Officer School and served as an intelligence officer. … Read more about Anthony Triola
Barry Scott Williamson, Founder and Artistic Director of the Texas Bach Festival, has a lengthy and revered international history of conducting innovation and accomplishment. Known for his dynamic performances of 18th century repertoire, his stylistic knowledge and affinity with the works of Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries has been of particular significance. His work … Read more about Barry Williamson