The University of Connecticut Law School Alumni Association will honor retired IBM executive Curtis Tearte ’78, disabilities rights advocate Michelle Duprey ’93 and Dean Emeritus Timothy Fisher in an online ceremony on Oct. 13, 2020. Three recent graduates — Dan Brody ’15, Aigné Goldsby ’16 and Lisa Marie Rivas ’11 — will receive the Graduates of the Last Decade Impact Award.
Distinguished Graduate Award: Curtis Tearte ’78 Curtis Tearte is the chairman and founder of the Tearte Family Foundation and a business transformation technology leader. He serves as vice chairman of the Brandeis Board of Trustees and formerly served on the board of the University of Connecticut Law School Foundation. He worked at IBM for more than 30 years, taking on numerous executive roles with responsibility for multiple industry sectors. Mr. Tearte also served on the IBM Worldwide Management Committee.
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