Posted 1.31.07

Weatherhead students, alumni, and faculty are often interviewed for print, radio and online publications -- or receive recognition and awards. Here are some recent highlights.

Fairmount Minerals Ltd., has donated $2.4 million to the Weatherhead School to establish a chair in social entrepreneurship and a seed fund to support programs in the area of social responsibility and sustainable business, as reported in the Plain Dealer and Crain's Cleveland Business, January 4.

Richard Boyatzis
, quoted by the Plain Dealer, January 22, regarding New Year's resolutions gone astray.

Scott Shane, quoted in the Wall Street Journal, January 9, article regarding startups' need for formal business plans.

Nick Frollini, adjunct professor, is one of the panelists offering opinions about the new iPhone introduced by Apple Inc., as quoted in CNET, January 10.

Boyatzis quoted in the Sun Journal, January 28, stating that starting in childhood, healthy nutrition (not so much sugar!) combined with support and love help children develop positive qualities like patience.

Financial Times ranks the Weatherhead School's Organizational Behavior Program second worldwide.

Dale Flowers selected as judge for Juran Fellowship and Juran Doctoral Awards.

Latha Poonamalee, a senior lecturer, quoted in Crain's Cleveland Business, January 31, discussing to e-vite or invite.


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