Webinar -- Forecasting credit spreads
Posted 4.25.07May 8 Webinar, "Forecasting credit spreads," presented by Peter Ritchken, Kenneth Walter Haber Professor of finance and chair, banking and finance.
Alumni spotlight: Carol Frankel, EMBA '87
Posted 4.23.07Weatherheadlines recently sat down with Carol Frankel, EMBA '87 to learn more about the competencies and skills she acquired while at Weatherhead, her passion for art, and her efforts to bring formalized art programs to local institutions.
Illusion Delusion art therapy exhibit comes to PBL
Posted 4.23.07A new art therapy exhibit titled "Illusion Delusion" is on display at the Peter B. Lewis Building March 29 to May 1. In celebration of the five year anniversary of the art therapy program for individuals sponsored by Ascentia: Pathways to Community Living, a program of the Jewish Family Services Association, art groups explored optical illusions and sought to distinguish between reality and illusion.
Posted 4.23.07The Weatherhead School of Management in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) hosted a panel session on May 10 to discuss art and business.
GBSA president's message
Posted 4.22.07The president of the GBSA acknowledges students and bids farwell.
In remembrance: Theodore M. Alfred, professor emeritus of management policy and emeritus dean
Posted 4.19.07With deep sadness we are sorry to inform you that Dr. Theodore Mark Alfred, 81, former dean of our school, died on Easter Sunday, April 8. His family wrote a note about their and others’ great loss and we share that with you today.
Upcoming program information sessions
Posted 4.19.07Interested in furthering your career? Considering an advanced business degree? Not sure which program is best aligned with your interests? Then stop by an upcoming Weatherhead information session to explore the opportunities.
Jon Coleman, EDM '08 wins blue ribbon at Research ShowCASE
Posted 4.19.07Jon Coleman, EDM '08, won a blue ribbon at the Research ShowCASE for his poster entitled "They're Making All The Wrong Decisions: Unintended Consequences Of Empowerment Resulting From Individual Situated Cognition."
Careerboard.com's 3rd annual career fair
Posted 4.17.07Careerboard.com's third annual career fair with perspective from Julie Fratus, MBA candidate
Multi-generation management workshop -- May 22
Posted 4.16.07For the first time in U.S. history, there are four generations in the workforce at the same time. This interactive program will help you as a manager to bring out the best in each employee, and create an environment that fosters understanding.
Mergers and acquisitions executive program -- May 29
Posted 4.16.07Mergers and acquisitions are a powerful strategic option for gaining markets, technology, scale or other strengths for growth and profitability. Yet, synergies that make sense in theory often fail to materialize in reality.
Weatherhead staff transitions
Posted 4.9.07Changes continue to take place at the Weatherhead School this spring. We have a number of staff who have transitioned into new positions within the school.
William Hedberg, BA in economics '07, takes first prize in economics paper contest
Posted 4.9.07The Department of Economics at Bowling Green State University held its fifth Undergraduate Research Contest and Conference. William Hedberg, a senior economics major at Case, was awarded first place in the microeconomics division of the contest for his paper "The Distribution of Health Care Spending and its Implications for High-Deductible Health Insurance."
Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations holds information session -- April 5
Posted 4.5.07The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Case is holding an information session for its Master of Nonprofit Organizations degree and Certificate in Nonprofit Management programs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 5 at the Cleveland Botanical Garden. Financial assistance for tuition is available.
The impact of thank you notes
Posted 4.4.07Thank you. See how these two simple words can significantly boost your chances of landing your dream job.