News / Archives / May 2003

New drawings from Reilly collection featured at Snite Museum

Study: Intimidation tactics don't help women in work place

Senior named Lehrman History Scholar

Center for Social Concerns awards grants for course development

Engineering professor James Kohn dies at age 78

Walther study may help change hospice practice patterns

Trusteeship Magazine: Five Precepts For Showing Leadership In a Time of Crisis

Senior student wins Cooke graduate scholarship

Alumni Association to honor graduates, former faculty member

Book examines effects of financial globalization

Chicago Tribune: A case for special cases

Electrical engineering student wins Intel research contest

Brennecke receives Burns Graduate School Award

Two students receive fellowships to study terrorism

Executive Education presents seven awards

Father Jenkins to take leave; Maura Ryan to assume duties

New York honors winner of '02 business plan competition

Marketing professor appointed fellow of national ethics center

45 faculty members receive Kaneb teaching awards

Hispanic Catholics to gather on campus for national congress

Grant-in-aid created to honor Father D'Alonzo

Engineering team receives grant

University selects Atlanta firm as licensing agency

FTT professor to be honored at 2004 world animation festival

Distinctive seniors in the Class of 2003

Father Malloy awarded 14th honorary degree

Send-Off ceremony to honor graduating volunteers

Political scientist named Carnegie Scholar

More than 2,700 students to receive degrees May 18

Center for Social Concerns presents Ganey Award and mini-grant