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  • 2016 Executive MBA Global Graduation Marks Milestone for Hong Kong Campus
    Apr 2016  Read More »
  • Corporate Social Responsibility at the World Economic Forum in Davos
    Feb 2016  Read More »
  • Executive Insights: Banks Baker Offers Real-Life Answers to Student Questions at Booth 20/20
    Jan 2016  Read More »
  • Lindsay gift to establish Booth professorship and Humanities fellowships
    Dec 2015  Read More »
  • Sorry, but Your Favorite Company Can’t Be Your Friend
    Dec 2015  Read More »
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Alumni to Know
  • Karen Case

    “I have a philosophy about fundraising,” said Karen Case, ’86, in a Crain’s Chicago Business article. “Ask everyone you know.” Case, executive managing director and president of commercial real estate at PrivateBank in Chicago, is on the board of JDRF Illinois, which raises money for Type 1 Diabetes research.

     

  • Jeff Elliott

    Jeff Elliott, ’07, was appointed CFO of Exact Sciences Corp., a molecular diagnostics company focus on the early detection and prevention of the deadliest forms of cancer, with a focus on colorectal cancer. Elliott joined the Madison, Wisconsin-based company in June 2016 as vice president, business development, and strategy. He is a former senior research analyst at Robert W. Baird & Co.

     

  • Rose Maria Li

    Rose Maria Li, AB ’85, MBA ’86, was appointed by Maryland governor Larry Hogan to the Maryland Board of Education. Li is the president and CEO of Rose Li and Associates, which offers project management, science writing, scientific and program review management, and meeting planning.

     

  • Maya Cadwell Stovall

    Maya Cadwell Stovall, ’07, is one of 63 participants chosen for the Whitney Biennial, the Whitney Museum of American Art’s survey of contemporary art. The New York Times featured a description of Stovall’s “Liquor Store Theater” in an article about the exhibit, noting that she describes herself as a “radical ballerina.”

     

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