Stephen H. Petersen, B.A., 1967 (French), M.S., 1969, Ed.D., 1977, is former associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students at the University of Memphis and in 2007 was named assistant vice chancellor for alumni relations by Washington University in St. Louis. He lives in Grover, Mo.
During her career, Janice M. Morgan, who earned three degrees in French (B.A., 1973, M.A., 1975, Ph.D., 1982), served as a college professor and administrator in Kentucky. She has written articles about social issues in French-speaking cinema, publishing in journals such as The French Review, Cinema Journal, and the Quarterly Review of Film and Video. Her memoir, Suspended Sentence, was published in October by She Writes Press. As a result of her family's experiences, she now advocates for better mental health awareness, substance abuse recovery, and criminal justice reform. Read more about her book at janicemorganauthor.com. Morgan lives in Murray, Ky.
Sarah E. Freeman, B.A., 1994 (French and Psychology), J.D., 1997, of Indianapolis, has been appointed chair of the subcommittee on education and research at the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. Freeman serves on the boards of many organizations involved in the utilities industry, including the Organization of MISO (Midcontinent Independent System Operator) States and the Universal Service Administrative Company. She previously represented the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission on the board of directors of the Organization of PJM (previously Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Maryland) States Inc.