For the Record: Feb. 5, 2009

Robert Krout and students at Hope Town School, BahamasLori White, Vice President for Student Affairs, has been nominated as a Pillar of the Profession by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the NASPA Foundation “in recognition of her many years of outstanding service to higher education.” She will be honored at the 2009 NASPA conference scheduled for March 7-11 in Seattle, Washington.

Peter Raad, Executive Director, The Guildhall at SMU, has been named to the Board of Directors of the PC Gaming Alliance (PCGA), a nonprofit corporation “dedicated to driving the worldwide growth of PC gaming.” Among the organization’s goals are to create hardware guidelines, improve consumer experience, and offer guidance to help resolve industry challenges such as piracy, cheating and security. Read more.

Robert Krout (right), Music Therapy, Meadows School of the Arts, spent the month of January volunteering in music and music therapy at the Hope Town School, a primary school in Hope Town, Bahamas. His class, a mix of regular and special-needs students, also put on an outdoor concert for parents.

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