FALL 2006
VOL. 8 NO. 1

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UP CLOSE WITH CARLY
Charismatic Smith alumna Carly Fiorina, MBA’80, has been living and leading through a quarter-century of change.

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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
See how Smith is equipping today’s best supply chain leaders, teaching cutting-edge material in cutting-edge ways.

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Undergraduate education goes global
New marketing faculty are best in business
Smith’s first field study trip to India
Smith takes its ethics program seriously
Smith receives $1.4 million federal grant
Mike Corvino, leader for the digital economy

Kevin Plank ’96 awards first Cupid’s Cup

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Team building - the Smith way
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Learning from Heterogenous Experience
Smith Offers “Business Intelligence On-Demand”
New research offers insight into the stock market
Fear of mortality affects how consumers behave
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“The day will come when China and the rest of the world will tire of lending Americans what they need to live well.” Peter Morici, professor of international business, in a Los Angeles Times article discussing some of the concerns new Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr., needs to address.

 

Al Carey ’74, left, of PepsiCo was presented with the Business Excellence Award

Al Carey ’74, left, of PepsiCo was presented with the Business Excellence Award by Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs Pat Cleveland and Dean Howard Frank at the Undergraduate Awards Banquet. See photo highlights online!

 

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