The 2018 Harriet Shriver Rogers Lecture will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2018. The lecture begins at 4:30 p.m. in 316 Hodson Hall. Alumnus Benjamin Lowe will present “Quints, Quants, Quarks, Quirks, and QED.”
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“Quints, Quants, Quarks, Quirks and QED”
This talk is about five roommates from Wolman Hall who graduated from Johns Hopkins with engineering degrees. Over the next 30 years, their careers developed in different directions with each finding success—Krishnan Rajagopalan becomes the CEO of a premier executive search firm; Ed Pribitkin becomes the chief medical officer of a major university; Mark Vargus becomes the mayor of a town in Texas, as well as a popular accounting professor; and Greg Doudnikoff becomes an IP patent attorney for a major lab. Learn how our career paths were similar and how and where they diverged. Also, learn how, as undergraduates, we held ourselves together and created a competitive environment based on mutual interests, friendship, and intramural sports.