Veronica V. Helsby, B.E.D. '63, received the Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award. In addition, Veronica is also listed in 2021's Who’s Who in America. Throughout the years, Veronica has been listed in approximately twelve other Marquis publications.
Andrea R. Goldblum, B.S.E.D.'86, wrote a chapter in "Reframing Campus Conflict: Student Conduct Practice Through the Lens of Inclusive Excellence". Goldblum's chapter is "Restorative Justice from Theory to Practice". Goldblum was part of the team, when she was Director of Student Conduct at the University of Colorado at Boulder, that developed the very first Restorative Justice Program at a university in the country in 1998. RJ has now become a regular part of the Student Conduct field.
Robyn K. Teplitzky, B.S.E.D. ’86, credits her experience in the School of Education to inspire her continued involvement and commitment to UM. As a consultant, facilitator, and community leader, Teplitzky has dedicated her career to working with nonprofit organizations to achieve their fundraising goals and take their leadership development efforts to the next level. Robyn and her husband, Jeffrey, have generously supported the University through the Jewish Learning Matters program. “It was a perfect fit to combine our interest in the School of Education and continuing to support Judaic studies programming. Their greatest UM investment and legacy is their son, Jake, B.S.E.D. ’20. As a current graduate student in the Sports Administration program, Jake is the founder and managing member of TMG, Teplitzky Management Group, a sports branding entity for college and professional athletes.
Lindsay D. Shoop, M.S.E.D. '18, is a coach, author, speaker, and lifelong athlete. She is an Olympic gold medalist, a three-time World Champion, five-time World Cup medalist, and a National Rowing Hall of Fame inductee. Author of "Better Great Than Never", Shoop focuses on performance optimization and longevity throughout sport and life, hosts camps, clinics, and workshops for coaches, athletes, and teams of all ages and skill levels. She is a speaker for events at major universities and corporations, presents on various topics across the spectrum of her expertise as elite athlete, coach, exercise physiologist, and author, and is a commentator for US Rowing. This summer she will have the honor to cover the rowing commentary for NBC’s Olympic coverage. Lindsay lives in Florida, where she seeks to mentor, inspire, and improve the lives of others by sharing her knowledge of health and wellness along with her journey of self-discovery from ultimate defeat to Olympic gold.