Lazin Residents Visit Classes
This year marked the 11th Annual Lazin Series, a two-day alumni/guest residency program funded by the Lazin family of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Each year, Lazin Residents interact in classrooms across the campus about their professional and academic experiences.
Four residents were on campus last week from Wednesday, March 17 – Friday, March 19; Ronald Bush (class of 1969), Camille DeClementi (class of 1990), Malcolm Lazin (class of 1965), and Stuart Malina.
Ronald Bush shared his expertise of the retirement services area with students and faculty. He has been engaged with assessing the needs of pre-retirees and the recently retired, with the development of retirement income products and with ways measure and enhance retirement plan effectiveness. Ronald visited with classes in the business and economics department including courses on game theory, organizational communication and small business management to name a few.
Camille DeClementi majored in biology while at LVC and went on to receive her DVM from the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently the director of animal health services for the ASPCA in Champaign, Illinois – working specifically with the Animal Poison Control Center. While on campus, she visited with students and faculty in many different biology courses.
Malcolm Lazin is the executive director of the Equality Forum, a national and international GLBT civil rights organization with an educational focus. Before taking on this role, Malcolm was a federal prosecutor and led successful major grand jury investigations into public corruption. His schedule included visits to history, political science, and business courses.
Stuart Malina is now in his 10th season as conductor of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra and has held appointments with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra and the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. Malina was busy visiting classes in music theory, conducting, and ensemble rehearsals with students and faculty in the department of music.
These Lazin Residents provided an important supplement to the curricular and co-curricular programs at the College and we wish to thank them for taking the time to participate. We look forward to the 12th Annual Lazin Series featuring another group of alumni and guests.