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Vandiver Wedding

August 25, 2010


In the above photo, standing, left to right: Dr. Danielle Lemay ‘95; Dr. Kathy Vandiver, step-mother of the bride, director of Community Outreach and Education Core at the MIT Center for Environmental Health Sciences; Curran Schiefelbein, MIT’s Lincoln Labs; Dr. Nick Ingolia ‘00 and Dr. Liana Lareau ‘00; Tim Schiefelbein, MIT’s Lincoln Labs, with son John; Laurel Bobrow ‘06; Heather Harrison ‘97; Alex Vandiver ‘05 CS ‘07, brother of the bride; Dr. Kim Vandiver OE ‘75 , father of the bride, Dean for Undergraduate Research at MIT, Director of the MIT Edgerton Center, Director of the MIT Office for Experiential Learning, and faculty in the MIT Mechanical Engineering department; Rob Gruhl ‘97, brother of the groom; Amy Gruhl né Vandiver ‘98, CS ‘02, and Dan Gruhl ‘94 CS ‘00; Edward Gruhl ‘69, father of the groom; Dr. Jen Vandiver ‘01, ME ‘06, sister-in-law of the bride; Dr. Pam Vandiver ML ‘85, mother of the bride, former faculty of the MIT Department of Materials Science and Engineering, co-founder of the MIT Glass Lab; Abby Spinak ‘01; Christine Robson ‘03 CS ‘04 and Josh Weaver ‘00 CS ‘05. Seated, left to right: Angie Hinrichs ‘95 with son Edison; Dr. Ben Vandiver ‘00 CS ‘08, brother of the bride, with son Ian Mead Vandiver; Liz Hollar ‘96 TP ‘98 and Seth Hollar ‘96, with their son Orson and daughter Rosalind, respectively.

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