Summer 2001
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COVER STORY
2001 Distinguished Alumni Awards
Chicago Booth alumni are tops in their fields. They rescue troubled companies, discover the firms of tomorrow, and execute bold new policies for the public. To celebrate such achievements, the school annually presents its Distinguished Alumni Awards, recognizing outstanding contributions to the corporate, entrepreneurial, and public service arenas.

James M. Kilts, '74
Distinguished Corporate Alumnus

Robert C. McCormack, '68
Distinguished Entrepreneurial Alumnus

Richard Spillenkothen, '75
Distinguished Public Service/Public Sector Alumnus

By Amy Rust

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From the Dean
We continue to work. The passion for truth continues to motivate our faculty. Our students continue to dream and set high ambitions.

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49th Annual Management Conference
From leadership to e-business, Chicago Booth experts addressed today's hot topics at the annual Management Conference.
By Trinh Tran, Emily Hilligoss, and John T. Slania

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Being There: Inaugural Professorship Dinner
Strategic Management Chair Honors Fred G. Steingrabber, A.T. Kearney
Two years ago, global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney and its then chairman and CEO, Fred G. Steingraber, '64, decided to endow a professorship at Chicago Booth. Because of the long-standing relationship between the GSB and A.T. Kearney, establishing a chair in strategic management seemed the ideal way to honor the firm's 75th anniversary in 2001.
By Kimberly Sweet

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Profile: Rick Steiner, '70
Producing The Producers
When entertainment industry mogul David Geffen decided he didn't have the time to produce the stage version of Mel Brooks's musical comedy, The Producers, Brooks staged a reading to see if there was anyone else interested in the show.
By Jennifer Vanasco

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