Phyllis Morris '80 and Chris Gardner '92
Phyllis Morris '80, Chief Public Defender and Chris Gardner '92, Assistant Public Defender of San Bernardino County strive to ensure justice for everyone in our community in their professional careers.
Craig Colclough '04
Bass-baritone Craig Colclough '04-Johnston has another great performance to add to his already impressive repertoire: the character Kurwenal in the Wagner masterpiece Tristan und Isolde. Learn more about his performance with the English National Opera!
Alumna Patty Tovar Nessen '11
Alumna Patty Tovar Nessen '11 recently launched Women that Amaze. Each week she features women and their career paths in a multi-media format, inspiring and empowering the next generation. She hopes those who follow Women that Amaze on social media will be encouraged and explore the many different career paths available to women.
Alumna Patty Tovar Nessen '11
Alumna Patty Tovar Nessen '11 recently launched Women that Amaze. Each week she features women and their career paths in a multi-media format, inspiring and empowering the next generation. She hopes those who follow Women that Amaze on social media will be encouraged and explore the many different career paths available to women. | More
Val Jensen '03
Val Jensen '03 attributes the development of his critical thinking and interpersonal skills to his Redlands education, skills that are beneficial to his current position and future.
Elan Carson '11
Elan Carson has a story to tell and words of wisdom to share with her TEDx Crenshaw talk: Changing the Face of Depression.
Ericka Paddock '06, '15
The constant support Ericka Paddock ’06 ’15 receives from her family and friends - as well as a desire to never stop learning — propelled her to earn her doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Redlands.
Kay Kallander '86,'93
American Baptist Homes of the West (ABHOW’s) senior vice president of strategic planning, received the LeadingAge Award of Honor at the 2014 LeadingAge Annual Meeting.This is the highest recognition from LeadingAge, a national association representing 6,000 nonprofit aging-services organizations throughout the United States.
Chester '55 & Marilyn '52 Harter
It wasn’t love at first sight, but there was chemistry that led to a first date for pre-med majors Chester (Chet) and Marilyn (Mac) Mackenzie Harter. That first date led not only to a humor-filled, 62-year marriage, but an even longer commitment that wasn’t part of their vows—annual attendance at the University’s Feast of Lights.
Nick Brown '06
A high school quarterback from California’s Central Valley who came to the University of Redlands to play football, Brown is also a lifelong fan of the San Francisco ’49ers—and a talented artist.
Alton Robertson '54
Three goals for one weekend: (1.) A 60th reunion celebration; (2.) 60 classmates in attendance; and (3) 60 percent participation in the class gift. Did the class of 1954 accomplish their goals? And what can we learn from them?
Chris Kallimani '14
One of the highlights during commencement weekend was the story of 89-year-old Chris Kallimani. Kallimani graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration 65 years after enrolling at the University of Redlands. A member of Kappa Sigma Sigma and the University of Redlands football team, Kallimani received a standing ovation as he walked across the university's Greek Theatre’s stage.
Andrea Leib '01
Andrea Leib '01 credits Redlands with giving her the confidence to start her own customized learning solutions school- On Track. Though it started as an efficient way to homeschool her own children, due to her efforts, On Track has graduated over seventy students.
Andrew Smaltz '00 & Lindsay Gunderlock Smaltz '00
Andrew Smaltz '00 and Lindsay Gunderlock Smaltz '00 met during their undergraduate years at the University of Redlands in the late 1990s and fell in love at Redlands. In fact, after sending Lindsay on a treasure hunt around campus, Andrew proposed to her in front of the Administration Building.
Collin Tong '67
Having turned hardships into hopes, University of Redlands alumnus Collin Tong's collection of stories, Into the Storm, is a roadmap to one of life's most difficult challenges. The book is now available in paperback and ebook editions.A majority of the proceeds go to the Linda Tong Endowed Memorial Scholarship at the University of Redlands.
Sarah Emoto '11
After completing her journey at the University of Redlands, alum Sarah Emoto began a new chapter of her life. The new adventure sent her running three thousand miles across the United States of America, with limited rest and relaxation, in honor of those who served.