Haub School Review, Fall 2012

Author: Carolyn Steigleman ’10 (M.A.)

Page: 10

While most of the U.S. is still trying to claw its way out of the deep economic crater left by the recession, a handful of long-depressed cities are largely out thanks to healthcare. Is it possible that healthcare is the panacea for global economic woes? More »

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  • Author: Carolyn Steigleman ’10 (M.A.)

    Page: 16

    Haub School of Business Dean Joseph A. DiAngelo Jr. Ed.D. ’70 is the new chair of AACSB-International, the oldest and most prestigious accreditor of international business education.

  • Author: Jill Porter

    Page: 18

    When he was living on the streets in an impoverished Kenyan village, barefoot and hungry, Michael Mungai Nyambura '10 (B.A.) '13 (M.S.) gave up his dream of becoming a lawyer. At best, perhaps, he could be a carpenter's apprentice.

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