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PLEASE NOTE: This spring, UChicago is implementing a new student records and financial aid system. On June 1, an email about completing the Chicago Booth Financial Aid Application was generated in error by the system and sent to some alumni. Please disregard.
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News

  • 2016 Executive MBA Global Graduation Marks Milestone for Hong Kong Campus
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  • 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
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Alumni to Know
  • Jim Fish Jr.

    Jim Fish Jr., ’98, was named president of Waste Management Inc. and will maintain his position as CFO. Fish has been with Waste Management for 15 years and has held several leadership roles.

     

  • Geraldine Jacobson

    Geraldine Jacobson, ’08 (XP-77), was elected secretary/treasurer to the board of directors at American Society for Radiation Oncology for her fifth year on the board. Jacobson is the physician-in-chief for radiation oncology at the West Virginia University Cancer Institute and the chair of the department of radiation oncology at the West Virginia University School of Medicine.

     

  • Doris Meister

    Doris Meister, ’79, has joined M&T Management Group as executive vice president in charge of their Wilmington Trust wealth businesses. Meister was previously president of US markets at BNY Wealth Management.

     

  • Jack Markell

    Jack Markell, ’85, penned a post in the Opinion section of Forbes discussing how his experience in business and others’ have taught them to “recognize that talent comes from every imaginable background.”

     

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