IRT Alumni and OWHL Book Project

The IRT is thrilled to announce an initiative to showcase IRT alumni texts within the online or physical shelves at the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library (OWHL) at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA.

We are excited to begin gathering this collection of publications which will serve as a repository and visual representation of the depth and breadth of IRT alumni contributions to scholarship at large, and we hope that you will participate. Sharing your published works both online or within the library will ensure that IRT scholars, Andover students, administrators, faculty and staff are privy to the contributions that IRT alumni are making across a variety of fields.

Please complete the survey to become part of this exciting initiative. If you have multiple publications that you would wish to showcase, please submit the survey as many times as needed.

IRT Alumni and OWHL Survey

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Alumni Accolades, January 2022


University of Massachusetts Sociology Assistant Professor Teresa Gonzales has won Ford Foundation support for her “Joyful Cities” research in Lawrence, MA. Learn more about Gonzales’ professional experience and education.

Photo Credit: Katherine Webster
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Alumni Accolades – April 2020

~2018 Cohort~

(L-R) Christopher Perez, Program Director, Office of Graduate Diversity & Inclusion at the University of Maryland and Briceno Bowrey, IRT ’18 currently in his first year of doctoral studies in History at the University of Maryland. #IamIRT

~2017 Cohort~

Mariahadesse Tallie, IRT ’17
Mariahadesse wrote her first children’s book entitled, “Layla’s Happiness,” published by Enchanted Lion Books. She is currently a Ph.D. student at Brown University.






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