September 2003 Issue

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Lubin School Among Top 50 Private Business Programs Nationwide
Building Shareholder Value
10th Annual Securities Industry Conference
Etienne Aigner CEO Honored
4th Annual Henry George Symposium Presents Dr. William J. Baumol
50 Picked for Lubin Leaders & Scholars Program
Nam and Tinkelman Named Distinguished Scholars


[U.S.News & World Report] Lubin School Among Top 50 Private Business
Programs Nationwide

U.S.News & World Report ranks Lubin's undergraduate program among the top 50 private business programs nationwide in its "America's Best Colleges 2004" survey.
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[Herbert Henkel] Building Shareholder Value
Herbert L. Henkel, chairman, president and CEO, Ingersoll-Rand Company, will visit the Westchester campuses as an Executive in Residence (EIR) on October 13th to discuss "Building Shareholder Value." The EIR program has been at Pace for over 15 years and is one of the many ways Lubin connects students with real business.
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10th Annual Securities Industry Conference
[Robert Greifeld] "Preparing for the Future of Financial Services: Strategies for an Industry in Flux" will be the focus of the 10th Annual Securities Industry conference on October 23, 2003. The conference will feature high level Wall Street executives as speakers and panelists, including luncheon keynote speaker Robert Greifeld, CEO of the NASDAQ. Major funding is provided by the New York Stock Exchange, Bloomberg, and the NASDAQ.
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[Michael Cangemi] Etienne Aigner CEO Honored
If the shoe fits—wear it, and it is certainly fitting that Etienne Aigner CEO, Michael P. Cangemi, is being honored as the recipient of the Lubin Alumni Achievement Award at a luncheon to be held at JPMorganChase headquarters in downtown NYC on December 5th. Cangemi is being touted for his outstanding professional leadership and demonstrated contributions in community service and social responsibility.
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4th Annual Henry George Symposium Presents Dr. William J. Baumol
[painting by Dr. William J. Baumol] Noted NYU professor of economics, professor emeritus at Princeton and accomplished artist, Dr. William J. Baumol, will be the speaker at the 4th Annual Henry George Symposium on October 29, 2003. His topic will be "Free Market Growth and Rent Beyond Land: Henry George Generalized."
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[Lubin Leaders and Scholars] 50 Picked for Lubin Leaders & Scholars Program (LLSP)
Lubin has accepted approximately 50 outstanding juniors on the Pleasantville and New York City campuses into a challenging and enhanced academic program to prepare them for careers of global leadership in business. Workshops and events, plus special coursework and senior projects, are part of the distinguished Lubin Leaders & Scholars program.
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[Professors Nan and Tinkelman] Nam and Tinkelman Named Distinguished Scholars
Professor Jouahn Nam, finance, has been appointed NYSE Scholar for the next two years to conduct research on such issues as market efficiency and market structure. Professor Daniel Tinkelman, accounting, recently named Ernst & Young Scholar for a three-year term, will conduct research on accounting issues for nonprofit organizations.