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Highlights of the Hamada Years

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A faculty member since 1966, Dean Robert S. Hamada has held many posts within the school’s administration and faculty.

Growth. Globalization. Vision.
The Legacy of Retiring Dean Robert S. Hamada
In the eight years Robert S. Hamada has served as dean of Chicago GSB, the school expanded into Europe and Asia, gained two Nobel laureates, and launched a $175 million, five-year comprehensive campaign. As he retires, his colleagues recall his achievements.

Globalizing the GSB
Harry L. Davis

Upholding a Tradition of Scholarship
Robert H. Topel and John Huizinga

Strengthening the Alumni Network
Danielle Palmer, ’92

Raising Funds and Launching the GSB Campaign
Roger “Whit” Shepard

Creating an Integrated Campus
Gary Eppen

Planning an M.B.A. Residence
Mark Zmijewski

Maintaining Fiscal Responsibility
John Huizinga

Launching New Initiatives
Mark Zmijewski

Engineering the Business Week Rebound
Allan Friedman

Leading Strategically
James R. Donnelley, ’62

Instituting the Diversity Program
Mark Zmijewski

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