Reunion 1971, Spotlight on a Woman's World, Class of 1966, page 4
DEBORAH ROGERS BUTLER: Debbie is doing admissions work at the Brearley School in New York and is the mother of Jonathan R., born November 26, 1969. Husband Jonathan P. is an architect. Debbie credits her Barnard background with instilling in her an interest in many fields, especially art and history. CAROL SHEPPARD CAMERINI-OTERO: Carol received her medical degree in June of 1970 from NYU and is currently serving a pediatrics internship at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. Husband Rafael is a candidate for both an M.D. and a Ph.D. at NYU. MARILYN SCHULMAN COCHAVI: Marilyn received her master's degree in Library Science from Columbia in 1967 and is currently Refer- ence Librarian at Suffolk County Community College, where she also teaches research methodology. Husband Saadia is a physicist on the staff of the Broohaven National Laboratory. Marilyn feels that the most exciting thing that has happened since our graduation is Women's Liberation. SUSAN COHN: Susan received an M.A. in Art Education and is presently working on her doctoral dissertation in Creative Arts at NYU. Her thesis will consist of an analysis of the paintings and drawings of Georgia O'Keeffe as well as a production of her own paintings and drawings. Susan is the recipient of a three-year N.D.E.A. Title IV Fellowship from NYU. NANCY COWLES COLE: Nancy spent two years in Santiago, Chile, with the Peace Corps, setting up an Occupational Therapy department in a children's hospital. On her return she married John Cole, a Columbia graduate student in anthropology, and they set off for Tanzania on a six-month archaeological expedition of an Early Stone Age site. The Coles are now back in New York where Nancy is a program assistant with the National Council of Churches and John is continuing his studies. BARBARA BARUCH COLEMAN: Barbara is the mother of Andrew Tarkin, born September 23, 1968, and Rebecca Lynn, born October 19, 1970, and is also a student at NYU Law School. As class Vice President, she has spent much of the past year working on Reunion. Husband Stephen is Chief Resident in Psychiatry at Bellevue. Since "watching and participating in growth is exciting no matter how liberated I am or wish to be," Barbara considers her two children the most exciting thing that has happened to her since leaving Barnard. CAROLE COOPER: Carole, our class Treasurer for the past five years, received a Master of Public Administration degree from the Maxwell Graduate School of Syracuse University in June of 1967. She has been living in Washington and working as a management consultant with the firm of Booz, Allen, and Hamilton. 4. DOROTHY CHEN COURTIN: Dorothy has her Master's degree and is pursuing doctoral studies in Far Eastern Art at Columbia. She is also an Instructor in Far Eastern Art History at Finch College. (And at Barnard she majored in Zoology!) Husband Patrick is an electrical engineer and a Columbia doctoral candidate. MAUREEN McCULLOUGH DONOHUE: Maureen has an M.A.T. in History from Yale and has just received an M.L.S. from SUNY at Albany. Husband Paul is an attorney with the New York State Department of Insurance. "Besides meeting my husband," says Maureen, "my two years‘ work as a trainee at the New York State Law Library in Albany was the most exciting thing that has happened to me since I left Barnard." This experience should be helpful in her new job as Law Librarian of Westchester County. CATHERINE DOYLE: Johnnie is working as Production Secretary for the City Center Joffrey Ballet. In the spring of 1970 she per- formed with the Company in Petruchka at City Center. Another exciting experience she will never forget is "sitting with Mr. Joffrey the closing night of the Vienna Festival in 1969, in the Theatre an der Wien (where Beethoven's "Fidelio" was premiered), as the Company received a 31-curtain call, 28-minute standing ovation." TAMARA LOWE DWORSKY: Tamara is studying ethnomsicology at Columbia, working toward an M.A. Husband Lawrence is pre- paring his doctoral thesis in electrical engineering at NYU. KAREN WESSEL EDELSTEIN: Karen is employed as a part-time substitute teacher and is studying for a Master's in Education at St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia. Husband Fredric is with Samuel Edelstein and Sons, a manufacturing firm. Karen feels that "getting married" was the most exciting thing that has happened to her since graduation. MELANIE ELLIS EHRLICH: Melanie earned her Ph.D. in Biochemistry at SUNY at Stony Brook and is presently a Research Associate in Biochemistry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her hus- band, Kenneth, is a Research Associate in Chemistry at Columbia. Since Barnard, Melanie has been "acquiring a deep association with nature through hiking and camping." ALLYN LONDON ENGELSTEIN: Allyn is a housewife and mother of Brad Robert, born December 22, 1968, and Stefani Brooke, born November 6, 1970. Husband Joel is an opthalmologist with the National Institutes of Health. "The most exciting things to happen," says Allyn, "are our children and then our travelling." They have been to Spain, Portugal, Western Europe, and the Caribbean. KATHERINE FALK: Kathy received her medical degree from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and is currently interning in the department of medicine at St. Luke's Hospital Center in New York. 5.