Becoming an international scholar and
bestselling author: Professor Suk H. Kim
Bahman Mirshab is appointed Dean
of the College
Striving to be a leader in business:
UDM valedictorian Jonathan Sanders
Beta Gamma Sigma celebrates 50th anniversary
Alumni week connects today's leaders
with tomorrow's stars
Lead Auditor Training is now available
Bargman Experimental Lab opens in
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Summer 2002 Issue
University of Detroit Mercy College of Business Administration
to The Current Online, a periodic web-based newsletter from the
University of Detroit Mercy College of Business Administration. This "publication"
is one example of our technology-enhanced efforts to communicate with
alumni in the ways that will serve you best. This new online communication
will keep you informed about activities in the College, as well as what
some of your fellow alumni are up to.
The features in this issue focus on alumni and student activities, as
well as programs and changes in the College, including the announcement
of a new dean to succeed Gary Giamartino. We will also detail some activities
at the University in general that may interest you. Each article has a
"printer-friendly" version for anyone who might prefer to read offline.
Highlighted Feature: It's been more than 20 years now, but
the memories of that first, difficult year are still vivid. In 1980, Suk
H. Kim was seeking a publisher for his textbook proposal on global
corporate finance. The book was to be the culmination of his professional
work to that point, and the focus of a lifelong dream for him. But it
wasn't happening. Read more . . .