Dividend (Vol. 36, No. 2, Fall, 2005)
Table of Contents: p. 16 - Grateful Alumnus Donates $10 Million, Retired insurance executive Tom Jones, BBA '68, MBA '71, says the success of his gift-the largest donation ever to an undergraduate business program-will be measured by the impact it has on students' lives. ; p. 20 - "Our Brains Were in Overdrive," ; The world becomes a much bigger and a much smaller place for undergraduates who view corporations through a global lens. ; p. 24 - 1st Target Case Competition, Pitching business solutions to retail executives is the real deal for BBA seniors. ; Climate Change ; p. 26 - The Debate Heats Up: Jobs, Trade and National Security Businesspeople join policymakers, environmentalists and scholars to reframe how we view and talk about climate change. ; p. 30 - The Erb Family: Shaping the Future, $10 million gift supports global sustainable enterprise. ; p. 31 - Senator Proposes Rx for America's "Allergy" to Global Warming Treaties, Carl Levin: "This is an economic issue, a values issue and an issue about our obligation to leave the Earth as we received it." Tom Jones: Transforming BBA Education ; p. 29 - New "Gas Mileage Game" Fuels Understanding of Environmental Policy, Students take on roles of auto firms, government and NGOs. ; p. 32 - Building a Power-packed Roster An inside look at the Ross School's strategy to scout and attract top faculty talent. ; p. 36 - Nanotechnology: Small-tech World Bubbles with Business Potential, Scientists, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists gathered this spring to talk about business opportunities emerging from discoveries on a microscopic scale. Learn how scientific breakthroughs and business skills lead to market solutions. ; INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL ; p. 8 - Business Can Foster and Profit from Sustainable Peace Looking at the link between corruption, violence and a nation's propensity for war. ; DEPARTMENTS ; p. 3 - Across the Board A short news roundup, including an update on new facilities; American Customer Satisfaction Index marks 10th anniversary; faculty honored for research, teaching and service; landmine survivor tells his story to fellow grads; 2005 class gift sets record; adapting is key, says DaimlerChrysler's Dieter Zetsche; Janet Weiss named graduate school dean; and more. ; p. 10 - Faculty Research Mapping the Best Route to Technological Breakthroughs, Gautam Ahuja shares strategies to fuel innovation, create technological advantages and produce profits. PLUS: News about how consumer warnings can backfire and the effect of earnings surprises on Wall Street. ; p. 13 - Quote Unquote Ross School of Business faculty members provide expert commentary to media on everything from breaking news to business trends. Read about who is saying what-and where. ; 14 Alumni at Large Accentuating the Positive A profile of John Kim, BBA '83, president of Prudential Retirement. Banking on Relationships A profile of J. Michael Davis, MBA '93, president and CEO of National City Bank of Michigan. ; p. 43 - Alumni Activities Club news from Chicago, Germany, India, Indonesia, Minnesota, New York, Singapore, Shanghai and Southeast Michigan. ; p. 45 - Class Notes The goings-on of friends, classmates and colleagues. ; p. 52 - Obituaries ; p. 56 - Alumni Network Update. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50789>
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
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