Alumni Profiles


John-Mark Bantock ’11 and Taylor Hedberg ’11 are taking ideas they developed as students in the Eller Entrepreneurship program and turning them into a business reality.

Caren Alpert '93

Caren Alpert’s photographic works specialize in food, travel, and lifestyle topics. She also teaches editorial photography at Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Alpert started her career as a photo editor in New York, working with titles such as Health and Money Magazine. In addition, she’s worked as an editor and researcher for Vogue and George and for Miramax Films.

Book Ends

Jim Turner ’76 ’99

Arizona: A Celebration of the Grand Canyon State

Top Stories

The Buried Past

Operation Cerberus Action and the Arizona State Museum

Operation Cerberus Action unfolded on June 10, 2009, when federal authorities arrested 24 people in the rugged Four Corners region of Arizona on charges of trafficking in stolen Native American artifacts.

Kenyan Phenom

Lawi Lalang wins the national title

He became the first Wildcat to win the national title since Martin Keino accomplished the feat in 1994.

Class, Meet the Gorillas! (And Mind the Hippos)

H. Dieter Steklis Spends his summers with Gorillas.

Hanging out with gorillas, sometimes in the mist, and hiking six hours up and down steep mountains in an African rain forest to find them would constitute an exotic summer vacation for many.



Desert Wildflowers

Audio Slideshow

Joel Valdez


Cooking Cooperative


Make an Impact, Join Wildcat for Life!
Alumni Giving, Swede and Stella Johnson Endowment
Alumni Travel, Carribean Cruise