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Inside this issue Classroom 160 Named for Prof. Jim Clawson
 

Summary: Inside this issue
Classroom 160 Named for Prof. Jim Clawson
New Center Focuses on Asset Management
Darden Annual Fund Drive Breaks Records
A New Era of Competition:The Case for Darden
G L O B A L M B A F O R E X E C U T I V E S
Darden's Philanthropic Priorities:
1 2 3 4Student Faculty Support & Infrastructure, Annual Fund
Fellowship & Curriculum Experience & Giving &
Financial Aid Development Technology Unrestricted Funds
PILLARS
The Power of Philanthropy at the Darden School of Business September 2011
On a crisp,fall day in Charlottesville,
Darden's Dean Bob Bruner looks out the
window over Flagler Court and reflects on how
Darden has changed over the past 30 years.In
1982,Darden offered one MBA program,had
480 students,3,000 alumni and 45 faculty mem-
bers,maintained three buildings and delivered 60
Executive Education programs.

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences