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Fall 2015

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1974 FRASER, MARION (BA Glendon) has authored her first book, Ten Decades in the Life of my Dad. The collection of lessons Marion learned from her father was published by Friesen Press. 1976 MARTINO, MAURO (BA Glendon) has published poems in Canadian periodicals and magazines and has authored four novels. He has worked as an actor, as well as in film production management and as a jury member for film festivals. His book POEMS is a collection of poetry he has written in the past 40 years. In the book, the poet talks to someone who acts as a guide and the reader finds that the student and teacher cannot be separated; the reader becomes the poet for his own self-discovery. The poems lend to a psychology that understands the soul. 1984 KHAN, FAREED (BA Hons. McLaugh- lin) is a public affairs, government Educational Administration and serves on the Kappa Delta Pi Presidential Commission as chapter founder/ executive director. 1988 SHAW, JOANNE (BA Hons. Atkinson) is author of Financial Self-Defence for Canadian Women, which covers basic financial security and fundamentals. 1989 SHARPE, GLEN (BA Hons. Stong), an instructor and researcher with the Schulich Faculty of Education at Nipissing University, won Nipissing University's Distinguished Alumni relations and stakeholder relations professional who has dealt with a broad range of public affairs and advocacy challenges with all levels of government during his 20-plus- year career. He is now the national manager, advocacy and stakeholder relations for the Canadian Association of Radiologists. He was married to York alumna ROBYNNE NEUGEBAUER (BA '82, PhD '96), who passed away suddenly in September 2007. 1985 MULLEN, CAROLANN (BA Spec. Hons. Winters) won a Fulbright U.S. Scholarship to China for summer 2015, and has been awarded an MA and PhD by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. She has authored and edited 20 scholarly books, and more than 200 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. She is president of the National Council of Professors of Award and the Aboriginal Circle of Educators Researcher & Curriculum Development Award. He serves on the Board of Directors of the First Nations Technical Institute, and was recently nominated for the Indspire Award in Education. 1996 SANKER, SUNITA (BA Hons. Found- ers) is a yoga instructor and author. She has written her first children's yoga book and will be hosting yoga storytelling events at Toronto-area Chapters stores. 2002 SONG, HYOUNG (BA Hons. Calumet) has been appointed senior manager, sales and marketing in the Digital Appliances Division at the Samsung Electronics headquarters in Korea. He has been in Shanghai, China for a year and has participated in the Samsung Group's Regional Specialty Education program. CHRISTINE STOCK (BEd '06) is a book reviewer and English teacher who connects teens with high-quality, newly released young adult books. Her blog, greatreads4teens.com, provides curriculum connections to high school course subjects and identifies books by topics of interest. She has written numerous articles on teen reading for Huffington Post Canada and works closely with several school librarians. She has taught English and creative writing for nearly 10 years, in both public and private schools. She lives in Toronto with her husband and tween daughter. 42 The York University Magazine Fall 2015 Classes

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