Haas NewsWire


Haas NewsWire, April 5, 2004


CONTENTS
Berkeley MBA Programs Do Well in Latest US News Survey
Don't Miss David Pottruck Speaking on Leadership and Social Responsibility, April 12
Rose vs. Lyons: Distinguished Faculty Go Head-to-Head Over Macroeconomic Policy
CEO of Menlo Worldwide Speaks on Global Supply Chain Management, April 8
Plasma Screen Provides Access to News and Events
Ankur Luthra Wins Soros Fellowship for New Americans
Dow Votaw, UC Berkeley Authority on Corporations and Social Responsibility, Dies at 83
Management Science Pioneer C. West Churchman Passes Away
Haas in the News
Happening at Haas

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Haas School of Business

Berkeley MBA Programs Do Well in Latest US News Survey

The Berkeley MBA Programs ranked among the best in the nation, according to the latest annual survey by US News and World Report magazine, with the full-time program ranking 8th, the Evening & Weekend Program 5th, and the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Program 11th.


The Evening and Weekend MBA Program's 5th place ranking is the highest ranking of a Berkeley MBA program in a major ranking, up from 7th last year. At the same time, the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Program's 11th rank was its first ranking for a program that will admit only its third class this June.


The Full-time MBA program rating is based on the opinions of peer institutions and recruiters as well as the 2002 admissions and placement data of the schools surveyed. These factors were weighed as follows: 40% quality assessment by peer institutions and recruiters, 35% placement success, 25% selectivity in admissions.


Part-time and executive MBA programs were rated solely based on the opinions of deans and MBA directors at the nation's accredited business schools.


The Berkeley MBA Program also placed in the top fifteen of several specialty categories, also based entirely on the assessment by peer institutions:


#4 in Nonprofit
#7 in Entrepreneurship
#8 in Marketing
#8 in Health Services Administration (see Health Disciplines Rankings)
#9 in Finance
#10 in Management
#11 in International
#15 in Information Systems
#15 in Supply Chain and Logistics


More information on the US News rankings is available at http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/grad/rankings/mba/mbaindex_brief.php.


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Don't Miss David Pottruck Speaking on Leadership and Social Responsibility, April 12


The Haas School of Business will host David S. Pottruck, CEO of The Charles Schwab Corporation, for a special event, titled "A Dialogue with David Pottruck on Leadership, Business Performance, Corporate Character, and Social Responsibility," on Monday, April 12, at 5:30 p.m. in the Executive Learning Classroom (S480).

This event is co-sponsored by the Pearce Initiative for Leadership Development and the Center for Responsible Business and is part of the Peterson Ethics Lecture series.

Seating will be limited and is first-come, first-served. The lecture will be followed by a reception at 6:30 p.m.

Since Pottruck became president of Charles Schwab in 1992, client assets have increased from $48 billion to approximately $992 billion as of January 31, 2004. Throughout the 1990s, Schwab's total return to shareholders was among the top 15 publicly traded companies. Pottruck has been named one of the "Top 15 CEOs" by Worth magazine; "CEO of the Year" by Information Week, "Executive of the Year" by The San Francisco Business Times; and "CEO of the Year" by Morningstar.

The Pearce Initiative for Leadership Development is made possible by a gift from David and Emily Pottruck in honor of David's friend and mentor, Terry Pearce. Pottruck and Pearce were co-authors of the book Clicks and Mortar: Passion Driven Growth in an Internet Driven World. Pearce is a recognized authority on leadership communication, and has had a distinguised career as a business executive, leadership consultant and executive advisor. He is a lecturer at the Haas School, teaching the course "Leading Out Loud" based on his book of the same title, and also teaches at the London Business School.

Pottruck holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA with honors from the Wharton School.

For more information on this talk contact Denise Mooney at dmooney@haas.berkeley.edu.



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Rose vs. Lyons: Distinguished Faculty Go Head-to-Head Over Macroeconomic Policy


Spurious accusations and vague insults will fly when Haas Professors Andy Rose and Rich Lyons tackle the topic, "Is Asian Macroeconomic Policy Hurting the West?" at the annual Clausen Center Debate on April 14, at 4:00 p.m. in the Wells Fargo Room.


Moderator Sebastian Teunissen, adjunct professor and executive director of the Clausen Center for International Business and Policy, will have his work cut out for him keeping Rose and Lyons in line.


"The problems of the West are clearly internal," says Rose, the Bernard T. Rocca, Jr., Professor of International Trade. "It's more convenient for politicians to blame foreigners for imagined economic woes than it is for us to tackle more serious problems head-on. All (reasonable) economists realize that foreign matters are basically irrelevant for developments in North America, Europe, and Japan. Indeed, most of us to try to raise awareness of this obvious point. It's a little sad that Professor Lyons doesn't seem to be able to apply the skills and knowledge that all economists and Haas graduates possess."


In response, Lyons, professor in the Haas Economic Analysis and Policy Group, commented, "My colleague Professor Rose is the quintessential ivory-tower academic. That I've known for a long time now. What stuns me--I mean really stuns me--is that as an international economist, he fails to appreciate that we operate in a global economy, and that policies in one place can have important impact elsewhere. Asian economic policy is hurting real people in real ways. Just as the Democratic primaries brought the issue to the forefront recently, I look forward to a little consciousness-raising at the debate."


A reception will follow the debate in the Bank of America Forum.


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CEO of Menlo Worldwide Speaks on Global Supply Chain Management, April 8


John Williford, CEO and president of Menlo Worldwide, will speak on global supply chain management, logistics, and transportation as part of the Clausen Speakers Series on Thursday, April 8 at 4:00 p.m. in the Wells Fargo room. Williford is a 1980 MBA graduate of the Haas School.


For more information, contact Sebastian Teunissen at teunisse@haas.berkeley.edu.


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Plasma Screen Provides Access to News and Events


Haas Media Services has installed one plasma screen and one television in the Haas School's common areas to provide both access to financial news and events during the day and to provide live feeds of Haas events.


The 50-inch plasma screen in the Bank of America forum will be tuned mainly to news channels (via a DirecTV dish) with the volume kept low. During special lectures and events, a live feed from the events will be broadcast in the forum. The Haas community can now also watch television news in the school's FIFO Café.


These screens were made possible by a donation from the founders of Timbre Technologies, the 1999 winner of the UC Berkeley Business Plan Competition. Timbre Technologies, which sold for $138 million in March of 2001 to Tokyo Electron Limited, was founded by Nick Sturiale, MBA 00, who served as founding CEO, two UC Berkeley engineering Ph.D.s, Nickhil Jakatdar, Ph.D. 2000, and Xinhui Niu, Ph.D. 1999, and Junwei Bao, MS 00 (electrical engineering). This gift also supported the installation of information kiosks at the entrance of the Student Services Building, in Cheit Hall, and in the Bank of America forum.


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Ankur Luthra Wins Soros Fellowship for New Americans


Ankur Luthra, BS 03, now a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, has been named a 2004 Paul and Daisy Soros New American Fellow.


The fellows receive up to a $20,000 stipend plus half-tuition for graduate studies at any US university for up to two years. Luthra will be enrolling in the Harvard MBA program in fall 2004 after completing his master's degree in computer science at Oxford.


The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans was established in 1997 as a charitable trust to assist recent immigrants and their children in furthering their careers through graduate education. Fellows must be naturalized citizens, resident aliens, or the children of naturalized citizens. For more information, visit http://www.pdsoros.org/.


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Dow Votaw, UC Berkeley Authority on Corporations and Social Responsibility, Dies at 83


Dow Votaw, a former acting dean and professor emeritus of the Haas School's Business and Public Policy Group, who was known for his groundbreaking work on corporations and social responsibility, died Monday, March 29, at the age of 83.


Votaw died at his home in La Selva Beach, California, south of Santa Cruz. The cause of his death was heart failure.


Votaw was appointed to the business school as an instructor in 1948, and became full professor in 1959. He served as associate dean for nine years, acting dean for two years, and chair of the school's Business and Public Policy Group from 1972-1980.


With Dean Emeritus Earl F. Cheit, Votaw began teaching a course on the political, legal and social environment of business in 1959. It was the same year such studies first appeared. Their work laid the foundation for the emergence of the Business and Public Policy Group at the school, and the field itself.


"Dow wrote authoritatively in the fields of the corporation and antitrust law," recalled Cheit. "His skill in academic administration and the quality of his scholarship were widely recognized. He was a colleague whose dedication, whose warmth and whose wit will be missed by everyone who knew him."


For the full text of this obituary, visit http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2004/04/01_votaw.shtml.


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Management Science Pioneer C. West Churchman Passes Away


Charles West Churchman, a professor emeritus at the Haas School of Business who was a pioneer in management science and ethics, died Sunday, March 21, in a Bolinas, California nursing home at the age of 90. He died of complications from Parkinson's disease.


During a career spanning six decades, Churchman investigated a vast range of topics including accounting, research and development management, city planning, education, mental health, space exploration, education, and peace and conflict studies.


Andrew Shogan, associate dean and professor at the Haas School, said that Churchman is among a handful of persons who each is widely regarded as a "founding father" of the field of knowledge known as management science, operations research, or decision sciences. The field uses mathematical models to gain insights into a diverse set of decision problems arising in business, industry and government.
"After spending much of his career focusing on applied mathematics, West devoted much of his subsequent work to social issues, such as world hunger," said Shogan, who joined the Haas School in 1974, when Churchman was a senior professor.


Churchman joined the School of Business Administration at UC Berkeley in 1958 and initiated master's and doctoral programs in operations research. He also helped found the Center for Research in Management Science.


For the full text of this obituary, visit http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2004/03/31_chrch.shtml.


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HAAS IN THE NEWS


The Private Equity Conference sponsored by the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) San Francisco and the Haas School was featured on KTVU Channel 2 News on Thursday, April 1.

The study on job outsourcing by Ashok Deo Bardhan and Cynthia Kroll, both researchers at the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, was mentioned in:


Severin Borenstein, the E.T. Grether Professor in Public Policy and Business Administration, was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle on March 31 in an article titled "Rocketing Gas Prices Worry White House." Borenstein commented on the short-term future of gasoline prices. For full text: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi? file=/chronicle/archive/2004/03/31/MNG2E5U3421.DTL&type=printable

Borenstein has also given a number of television and radio interviews in the past week:
March 31: KQED radio's California Report on gas prices
March 31: National Public Radio's Morning Edition on standardizing gasoline blends across the country
March 31: KCBS radio for an interview on OPEC announcement of output reduction
March 30: KPIX Channel 5 TV 5:00 pm news on gasoline prices
March 30: KTVU Channel 2 TV 10:00 pm news on gas prices and tax cuts
March 30: KGO Channel 7 TV on gasoline prices
March 29: KTVU Channel 2 TV 10:00 pm news on gasoline prices

Terrence Hendershott, assistant professor in the Operations and Information Technology Management Group, was quoted in Forbes on March 31 in an article titled "A Sea Change For Listed Companies." For full text: http://www.forbes.com/2004/03/31/cx_aw_0331ipos_print.html

Terrance Odean, associate professor in the Finance Group, was mentioned in The Wall Street Journal on March 31 in an article titled "Maybe Investors Aren't Stupid After All Oft-Cited Study Is Revised." This article also ran in the San Francisco Chronicle on March 31. For full text, visit http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi? file=/news/archive/2004/03/31/financial0855EST0035.DTL&type=printable.

Paul Tiffany, senior lecturer in the Business and Public Policy Group, wrote an article for Smart Pros on March 30 titled "The 'Medication' for Managerial Malfeasance." For full text: http://accounting.smartpros.com/x42988.xml

Andrew Isaacs, adjunct professor and executive director of the Management of Technology program was quoted in the East Bay Business Times on March 26 in an article titled "Berkeley Teams With U.N. on Tech Initiative." The article featured UC Berkeley's "Bridging the Divide: Technology, Innovation and Learning in Developing Economies" conference. For full text: http://eastbay.bizjournals.com/eastbay/stories/2004/03/29/story6.html? t=printable.

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HAPPENING AT HAAS


    MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY LECTURE SERIES
    "The Business of Technology" by Geoffrey Moore, founder, The Chasm Group
    Wednesday, April 7
    4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    Wells Fargo Room
    For more info: http://mot.berkeley.edu.

    DELTA SIGMA PI EVENT
    "Business Opportunities in Technology" with representatives from Microsoft, Intel, and eBay
    Wednesday, April 7
    8:00 p.m.
    2050 Valley Life Sciences Building, UC Berkeley
    Keynote speakers from Microsoft, Intel, and eBay will be presenting information on their respective companies. Each will cover new products and services in development and will answer questions from the audience. Students who are interested in career opportunities will have the chance to meet the speakers and submit resumes. Food and refreshments will be provided.
    The speakers are: Jon Witty, Microsoft Northern California general manager; Dan Snyder, Intel Public Relations manager; and Jordan Glazier, eBay senior director of Business Development.
    For more information contact Alex Bulavin at bulavin@berkeley.edu.

    CLAUSEN SPEAKERS SERIES
    John Williford, president and CEO, Menlo Worldwide
    Thursday, April 8
    Wells Fargo Room
    4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    For more information, contact Sebastian Teunissen at teunisse@haas.berkeley.edu.

    EAST BAY ALUMNI EVENT
    "Have Fun Networking, Even If You Hate It!" with David Bennett, managing director for the American Business Institute
    Thursday, April 8
    6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
    Location: Café de la Paz, 1600 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley
    Cost: $10 early registration or $12 at the door to cover the hors d'oeuvres and room rental.
    Pre-registration is requested: http://www.acteva.com/go/eb-alumni
    David Bennett started a training company, Omega Performance, while in graduate school. He co-authored a best-selling book in financial services, Service Quality. In 2001 he founded Parachute Associates (now part of American Business Institute) with Richard N. Bolles author of "What Color is Your Parachute?" Bennett is a popular speaker on sales and job hunting strategies and tactics -- and is a self-described 'natural networker.'
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu or 510-642-7790.

    PEARCE LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE/PETERSON ETHICS LECTURE
    A Dialogue with David Pottruck on Leadership, Business Performance, Corporate Character, and Social Responsibility
    Monday, April 12
    5:30 p.m.
    Executive Learning Classroom (S480)
    For more information, contact Denise Mooney at dmooney@haas.berkeley.edu.

    HAAS TECHNOLOGY CLUB
    Annual Firm Night with Hewlett-Packard, Yahoo!, E.piphany, Trend Micro, and Hyperion, and many more.
    Monday, April 12
    6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Wells Fargo Room
    Students need to register on CareerNet (under Workshops) and send a resume to evans@haas.berkeley.edu for inclusion in the resume book. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, April 7 at midnight.
    Alumni who would like to represent their firms at the event, should contact Michael Evans at evans@haas.berkeley.edu to sign-up.
    For more information, contact Michael Evans at evans@haas.berkeley.edu.
    This event has traditionally been an excellent way for students interested in internships and careers in technology to network with alumni and recruiters from many of the top tech firms in the Bay Area

    ANNUAL CLAUSEN CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND POLICY DEBATE
    "Is Asian Macroeconomic Policy Hurting the West?"
    Arguing in the Affirmative: Professor Richard Lyons
    Arguing in the Negative: Professor Andrew Rose
    Moderator: Sebastian Teunissen
    Wednesday, April 14, 2004
    Wells Fargo Room
    4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    For more information, contact Sebastian Teunissen at teunisse@haas.berkeley.edu.

    CHINA INTERNET CONFERENCE
    "China's Digital Future: Advancing the Understanding of China's Information Revolution"
    Friday, April 30 and Saturday, May 1
    Sibley Auditorium, Bechtel Hall
    Keynote Speaker: Lawrence Lessig, Stanford University Law School
    Panelists include Duncan Clark, BDA China Ltd.; Stella Xi Jin, Vantone International Group; AnnaLee Saxenian, UC Berkeley School of Information Management and Systems; Cindy Cohn, Electronic Frontier Foundation; John Gage, Sun Microsystems; Andrew McLaughlin, Google Inc.; Haibo Lu, Sohu.com; Chunyuan Liang, Sina.com; Xiao Qiang, UC Berkeley China Internet Project; Susan Shirk, UC San Diego's Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation; Andrew Lih, University of Hong Kong; Richard Baum, UC Los Angeles Center for Chinese Studies; Benjamin Liebman, Columbia University Law School; and Bu Wei, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
    For more information on this event visit: http://journalism.berkeley.edu/conf/chinadf/index.html.

Seminars


    FINANCE SEMINAR
    "The Benefits of Brokers: A Preliminary Analysis of the Mutual Fund Industry" by Peter Tufano, Harvard University
    Thursday, April 8
    4:10 p.m. to 5:40 pm
    Room C135 Cheit Hall
    For more information, contact June Wong at june@haas.berkeley.edu.

    SHANSBY MARKETING SEMINAR
    Eric Anderson, Northwestern University
    Friday, April 9
    4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Room C250
    For more information, contact Laura Gardner at lgardner@haas.berkeley.edu.

    BERKELEY REAL ESTATE SEMINAR
    Jeffrey Kling, Princeton University
    Monday, April 12
    Noon to 2:00 p.m.
    Room C325
    For more information, contact Thomas Randle at randle@haas.berkeley.edu.

    INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS WORKSHOP
    "A Positive Political Theory of Securities Law" by Emerson Tiller, Northwestern University
    Thursday, April 15
    4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    Room C325
    For more information, visit: http://groups.haas.berkeley.edu/imio/workshops2004.htm.

    FINANCE SEMINAR (Note: different speaker than previously announced)
    "Do Investors Overvalue Firms with Bloated Balance Sheets?" by David Hirshleifer, Ohio State University
    Thursday, April 15
    4:10 p.m. to 5:40 pm
    Room C135 Cheit Hall
    For more information, contact June Wong at june@haas.berkeley.edu.

    SHANSBY MARKETING SEMINAR
    "The Influence of Constraints of Consumer Creativity" by Page Moreau, University of Colorado
    Friday, April 16
    4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Room C250
    For more information, contact Laura Gardner at lgardner@haas.berkeley.edu.

    FINANCE SEMINAR
    "Financial Market and Wages" by Vincenzo Quadrini, University of Southern California
    Thursday, April 22
    4:10-5:40 pm
    Room C135 Cheit Hall
    For more information, contact June Wong at june@haas.berkeley.edu.

Alumni Events



    BAY AREA ALUMNI
    2nd Annual Alumni Extravaganza
    Wednesday, April 7
    7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Location: Wells Fargo Room
    Industry Panel Discussion: Challenges Facing BioBusiness in the 21st Century
    Network: Meet other Haas alums and students . Reconnect with old friends
    Companies Represented: Genentech . Amgen . ZS Associates . Chiron . Guidant . Roche . Boston Scientific . World Health Organization . and many more!
    Food and Libations: Enjoy gourmet food and drink courtesy of B3A
    To register send your name, email, and phone number to vfung@haas.berkeley.edu Additional information at: http://groups.haas.berkeley.edu/haasbio/
    Cost: Free for Haas alumni and current B3A members - $10 all others
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu
    or 510-642-7790.

    SOUTH BAY ALUMNI
    How to Find Work with a Recruiter
    Wednesday, April 7
    6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
    Location: Merrill Lynch: California Room in Menlo Park
    JoAnne Auerbach, a renowned bay area executive search and recruitment
    professional, senior partner of Ventures Connect, Inc., and Cal alumna, has graciously offered to speak on a topic of great interest to those seeking employment: how to find, evaluate, and work with recruiters of all types, including in-house and search firms.
    Cost after March 28: $15
    Register today: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm? bevaid=64050
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu or 510-642-7790.

    SAN FRANCISCO ALUMNI
    San Francisco Asian Art Museum Private Tour
    Thursday, April 8
    6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Location: 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco
    Cost: $12
    To register: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm? bevaid=64150
    Recently re-opened in its new location near City Hall, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art. The event will include a tour, bento box dinner, and admission to the museum until closing time at 9:00 p.m.
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu or 510-642-7790.

    BAY AREA ALUMNI
    UCLA Continuing Education Event: UCLA Anderson Forecast on the Road
    Thursday, April 8
    6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    Location: The Sports Club/LA in San Francisco
    The renowned UCLA Anderson Forecast takes to the road. Senior Economist Chris Thornberg (Ph.D. 96) will present the national and state forecasts. Senior Economist Joe Hurd will present the Bay Area forecast.
    Registration: $25 at http://www.andersonalum.org/bayarea/.
    Contact: Andrew Flessel at 650-579-3044
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu or 510-642-7790.

    WASHINGTON DC ALUMNI
    Welcome Event for Newly Admitted Students
    Tuesday, April 13
    7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Location: Maggiano's Italian Restaurant
    Haas alumni are invited to join the DC Chapter to welcome newly admitted MBA students (class of 2006) to the world of Haas.
    Please RSVP to jonathan_weinstein@alumni.haas.org by April 7 if you are able to join us to welcome them to Haas. The first 15 alumni to respond will be able to attend.
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu or 510-642-7790.

    SAN FRANCISCO ALUMNI
    Bar of the Month
    Monday, April 19
    7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Location: House of Shields, 39 New Montgomery, San Francisco
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.eduor 510-642-7790.

    Los Angeles Alumni
    An Evening with David Aaker
    Tuesday, April 20
    6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Location: The Fairmont Miramar Hotel, 101 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica
    COST: $55 (before April 16), $49 special rate for UC Alumni, $65 (at the door)
    RSVP: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm? binid=1&bevaID=64246
    For more information, contact Ryan Kvalvik at 310-297-4800 x320
    Please join us for an evening with David Aaker, one of the world's most respected experts on branding.

    SOUTH BAY ALUMNI
    CAA of Santa Clara Presents: Opportunities & Outlook of the High Tech Industries
    Wednesday, April 21
    7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
    Location: Fenwick & West law office, Mountain View
    Cost: $15 if pre-register by April 18th, $20 after April 18, Walk-In $25
    Don't miss out on the early bird discount for this seminar hosted by UC Club of Santa Clara County and The Leadership Forum.
    Please pre-register at http://www.kikihome.com/leadershipforum/signup_20040421.htm.
    For more information contact the Haas Alumni Relations Office at alumni@haas.berkeley.edu or 510-642-7790.


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