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Oliver Williamson, the Edgar F. Kaiser Professor of Business, will be named the sixth Eminent Scholar in the history of the Academy of International Business at the AIB annual meeting on July 5 in Monterey, California. The Academy of International Business (AIB) is the leading association of scholars and specialists in the field of international business. Established in 1959, today the AIB has nearly 3,000 members in 65 different countries around the world.

Drew Isaacs, executive director of the Management of Technology Program, gave a talk on the high-tech industry at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization’s International Conference in Shenzhen, China, in December 2002. The UNIDO conference examined the creation of industrial clusters for sustainable development on a global scale.

Kellie McElhaney, executive director of the Center for Responsible Business and the Whitehead Distinguished Fellow in Corporate Responsibility, gave a presentation on sustainable business at the United Nation’s Annual Global Compact Learning Forum in Berlin in December 2002.

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Gigi Glafikdes, Wanda Cheung, and Steffany Yee
At the Alumni Celebration at the Menlo Circus Club Gigi Glafikdes, BS 82, an alumni council member, spoke to Wanda Cheung and Steffany Yee, both MBAs 04, about opportunities in the specialty tea and coffee industry.
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