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NORMAN AUGUSTINE ’57 *59

LOCOMOTIVES  

CHARLES SAWYERS ’81, an oncologist whose research has advanced treatments for chronic myeloid leukemia, was one of three researchers honored with the 2009 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award Oct. 2. Lasker Awards have become known as “America’s Nobels” because they often presage recognition by the Nobel committee. ... NetApp executive chairman DAN WARMENHOVEN ’72 received the Spirit of Silicon Valley Lifetime Achievement Award Oct. 31 for his work in the technology field and contributions to the local community. ... In November, the editors of Runner’s World chose CHRIS LEAR ’96’s 2000 book Running with the Buffaloes as one of the six best running books of all time. ... The Los Angeles Times applauded an exhibition of photographs by FAZAL SHEIKH ’87, “Beloved Daughters,” which is running in L.A.’s Museum of Photographic Arts through Jan. 31. The paper said Sheikh delivers “bitter truths” in a “deeply affecting exhibition” addressing the devastating effects of social mores on women in India.

NORMAN AUGUSTINE ’57 *59

LOCOMOTIVES  

CHARLES SAWYERS ’81, an oncologist whose research has advanced treatments for chronic myeloid leukemia, was one of three researchers honored with the 2009 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award Oct. 2. Lasker Awards have become known as “America’s Nobels” because they often presage recognition by the Nobel committee. ... NetApp executive chairman DAN WARMENHOVEN ’72 received the Spirit of Silicon Valley Lifetime Achievement Award Oct. 31 for his work in the technology field and contributions to the local community. ... In November, the editors of Runner’s World chose CHRIS LEAR ’96’s 2000 book Running with the Buffaloes as one of the six best running books of all time. ... The Los Angeles Times applauded an exhibition of photographs by FAZAL SHEIKH ’87, “Beloved Daughters,” which is running in L.A.’s Museum of Photographic Arts through Jan. 31. The paper said Sheikh delivers “bitter truths” in a “deeply affecting exhibition” addressing the devastating effects of social mores on women in India.