I was only at C&C for two years, but they were transformative. My daughter, Nancy Nachbar ’81, attended all the years.
Here are my recent activities: In 2008, I retired from the faculty at NYU School of Medicine, but I have an adjunct appointment in its Division of Medical Humanities. Although I started out at NYU as a physiologist, I eventually became interested in medical humanities and developed a website of annotations in literature, art, and film (The Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database at NYU). Also, I designed an elective course in the field, which I taught for eight years before my retirement. I review poetry for the Bellevue Literary Review and am on its advisory board. I managed to get a poetry collection published in July 2017: Mandatory Evacuation Zone (see my website: feliceaull.com). I’m still grappling with my husband Marty Nachbar’s sudden death in 2015 – he was known to the C&C community for helping to bring computer education into the School. I’m grateful to be living in New York City with its many helpful distractions, some of which are free – even just ambling around local neighborhoods.