Mazel Tov to our graduates!
Aaron Belman-Wells, a Skyline grad, is off to UM’s College of Engineering this Fall where he’s planning on studying mechanical, aerospace or nuclear engineering.
Rose Basch graduated from Huron High School in June 2021 with Honors and an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma. She was awarded the Paul K. & Fern L. Meyers Award and Scholarship. At Huron, Rose served as Program Manager on the Ratpack FIRST Robotics team, captained the Women’s Varsity Soccer team, and is Chief Operating Officer for INNO summer camp. Outside of school, she enjoys soccer, skiing, travel, hanging out with friends and creating art. This summer, Rose is a counselor at Camp Lookout in Frankfort, MI. She will be attending Cornell University in the fall to study mechanical engineering.
Ruby Lowenstein just graduated from Bennington College in Vermont with a degree in Drama and Literature. This summer Ruby will be living at home, taking Yiddish classes online. Later this summer she will be going to Boston to finish writing a play about the 1902 Kosher Beef Riots with one of her close friends (They got a grant!!! Whooop!!!). This fall Ruby is hoping to go WWOOFing for a while before moving to NYC to pursue playwriting!
Jacob Schneyer graduated with a degree in philosophy from Grinnell College. He was awarded the John H. Worley Endowed Prize in Philosophy. After doing some relaxing and traveling this summer, he will move to Chicago in the fall and look for work as an organizer.
Livia Belman-Wells graduated this May (2021) from Brown University with a BS in Mathematical Physics. In August she begins graduate school at Berkeley in Condensed Matter (Physics).
Aaron Kurz, the first Bar Mitzvah of the AARC when it was the Hav, graduated with his PhD in Earth and Environmental Sciences from the University of Michigan, in May. The focus of his research in Environmental Biogeochemistry culminated in his dissertation: Mercury Stable Isotopes Identify Past and Present Mercury Sources and Cycling. In addition, he earned a graduate certificate in Science, Technology and Public Policy from the Ford School at the UM. This fall, Aaron will be joining the 2022 cohort of the Science and Technology Fellows of the California Council for Science and Technology in Sacramento. This fellowship supports scientists in the California state government to help shape sound and smart public policy.
It was a tricky year for tracking down all of our graduates. If we missed your graduate, please email us– we can add them to the spotlight at any time!