Eanes is now interim head at the Willow School in New Jersey. Before that, he was interim head at Oak Meadow Montessori in Massachussetts and locally at St. Paul's School for Girls in Brooklandville.
> The following Roland Park Country School students from north Baltimore were inducted April 3 into the school's Cum Laude Chapter, honoring scholarship in secondary schools:
Juniors Christine Gummerson, MariaLisa Itzoe, Dasha Iventicheva, Katharine Reilly, Lucy Scholz, Lauren Sless and Anna Statkiewicz.
Seniors Emily Adams, Courtney Amelung, Bethy Hagan, Haley Harwood, Caroline Martinet, Allegra Romita and Amy Ryan.
The seniors join the following class of 2007 Members-in-Course, who were inducted last year as juniors: Hollis Dvorkin, Sunaina Khandelwal, Rachel Meyer, Maggie Nyce and Kalyani Ravi.
Students who the school determines have demonstrated good character, honor and integrity in all aspects of their school life are eligible. �
Roland Park Country School became the first girls' school in Baltimore to establish a Cum Laude Society chapter in 1963.
> Four College of Notre Dame students were selected to receive a $10,000 grant from The Kathryn Wasserman Davis 100 Projects for Peace program.
Catrina Aquilino, of Bowie; Lauren Ackerman, of Gettysburg, Pa.; Steffani McQuerrey, of Perryville, and Sion Jung, of Parkville, will go to Guatemala this summer to research the topic, "Perceptions of Civil War and Peace in Two Western Highland Towns of Guatemala."
The students were among 96 students worldwide selected to receive grants from the program.
The winning projects propose specific plans of action to improve community water supplies of agrarian enterprises in countries where famine is a problem.
> Jeff Seibert Jr., a junior at Stanford University and a 2004 graduate of Gilman School, has been selected for the 2007 Mayfield Fellows Program, a nine-month work-study program to learn how to help emerging technology companies grow.
The program includes a paid summer internship at a start-up company, mentoring and networking.