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RBFAA Winter 2015 Newsletter
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WINTER 2015 NEWSLETTER
Happy Holidays Boschies!
Here's your winter newsletter with the usual personal and professional updates as well as interviews with alumni in the energy and environmental sector, and a bonus recipe for Plätzchen, everyone's favorite German holiday cookies.

All the best from your editors,
Cameron McCosh, Communications Chair for the RBFAA
Ruth Conkling, Alumni Coordinator for the RBFAA
 

Professional Updates

We all know the Boschies are a busy bunch! Read up on what your fellow alums have been up to in their professional lives here.

Plätzchen Rezept from Allison Wildman, XXXI, 2014-2015

Mein Lieblings Plätzchen Rezept
Hildatörtchen
 
400 g Mehl
160 g feiner Zucker
200 g kalte Butter in Scheiben
1 Eigelb, 1 ganzes Ei
1 Päckchen Vanillinzucker (oder 1 tsp pure vanilla extract)
 
100 g säurliche Konfiture
50 g Puderzucker

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Interviews with Alumni in Energy and Environmental Sectors

We are happy to share reflections on US-German energy and environmental relations from a number of Bosch alumni. Those who participated include:
  • Amity Balbutin-Burnham, XXIV, 2007-2008
  • Curtis Seymour, XXVII, 2010-2011
  • Jessica Lewis, XXVIII, 2011-2012
  • Jaimes Valdez, XXIX, 2012-2013
  • Clare Waldmann, XXXI, 2014-2015
  • Annie Mark-Westfall, XXXI, 2014-2015

Personal Updates

Read about babies and more!

Save the Date for the RBFAA's Annual Meeting!

Global Transformation and the Human Response: Local Solutions to Global Challenges
Dates: June 24-26, 2016
Location: Philadelphia, PA, USA

More information and the official invitation to come soon!
Give to the RBFAA today!
Join us in our work to strengthen US-German ties by giving to the RBFAA today! Contributing members make a tremendous – and critical – difference to the RBFAA. Every gift counts! Thank you for your generosity. We couldn’t offer such a broad array of activities and programs without your support!
 

Opportunities to Connect with Alumni of Cultural Vistas' Programs

As some of you might have heard already, Cultural Vistas is developing its own alumni relations, and would like to invite the Bosch alumni to engage with other students and professionals who have participated in international exchanges. Richard Bobo is the new Alumni Relations Officer, and he will be contacting you with a number of opportunities for you to engage: by participating as speakers at panel discussions, inviting you to mentor younger alumni or inviting you to events in your hometown. Feel free to reach out to alumni@culturalvistas.org or Richard directly rbobo@culturalvistas.org with any questions.

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