Dividend (Vol. 28, No. 1, Winter/Spring, 1997)
Table of Contents: p. 2 - Sam Wyly Launches New Building With $10 Million Gift Sam, Wyly MBA '57, Texas entrepreneur, investor, and self-made millionaire, says his gift is one of thanks. He was the first recipient of a Paton Scholarship which made it possible for him to come to the Business School. ; p. 6 - Three Innovative Programs Celebrate Their 5th Birthdays, Seeds sown five years ago have taken root and are now flourishing in three major innovative programs. ; p. 9 - New Initiatives in Entrepreneurship, Updates on projects at the Business School that nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship. ; p. 12 - Growth Fund Finances First Entrepreneurial Internships, The Business School's Growth Fund, founded to alloxv entrepreneurial investing for higher returns, is noxv ploxving back some of its yield into internships with emerging entrepreneurial companies for MBA students. ; p. 17 - A SPECIAL SECTION CEMP Summer Jobs Flourish at the Border Between the Environment and Business Seven profiles of students in the Corporate Environmental Management Program and the internships they held last summer. ; p. 25 - School Opens Office for Asia-Pacific Region ; Other Articles ; Alumni Activities p. 14 ; Among Ourselves p. 25 ; Class Notes p. 31 ; Quote/Unquote p. 40 ; About the cover, Our cover portrait of Sam Wyly, MBA '57, was taken in Texas by Danny Turner. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50772>
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