February 5, 2007
EARLY MORNING JUGGLE
Lisa Ginsburg ’09 shows off her juggling skills on January 31 during Wake up in Wilson, a monthly breakfast social for faculty, staff, and students in Wilson Commons.
President Seligman recently announced the goal for the University’s 2007 United Way/ Red Cross Campaign: $1.3 million, an amount that exceeds last year’s fundraising total of $1,242,000 in donations from faculty, staff, and retirees.
Economist E. Gerald Corrigan is making a $3 million gift to the University for scholarships and for a professorship in political science.
The Simon School is ranked 38 among the world’s top 100 business schools in an annual survey by the Financial Times of London.
Faculty and staff who are interested in carpooling have a new resource to help them connect with other drivers.
A roundup of faculty and staff awards and honors.
Business students starting their Executive M.B.A. programs at the Simon School this fall can take advantage of a whole range of options designed to make the program more flexible.
The annual Susan B. Anthony Legacy Dinner pays tribute to the suffragist’s campaign to win women admission to the University and honors the achievements of student leaders, faculty, staff, and alumni.
In Thomas Gibson’s course about Islam and global politics this spring, he is challenging his students to consider the “war on terror” in terms of narrative.
A dream recently became a reality thanks in part to mortgage incentive programs available to University employees through area banks.
Robert Penna ’07 was determined to do whatever it took to get into his first-choice graduate program.
A roundup of news and announcements.
When University administration first introduced the idea of “reviewing” the fraternity and sorority system on campus, there were concerns among some that it was the beginning of the end.
President Seligman applauds the presentation of President Emeritus Thomas H. Jackson’s official portrait in the Grand Staircase of Rush Rhees Library.