Daily Archives: January 7, 2008
Time abroad made big impact on Northern Trust Corp. Treasurer Bill Dodds ’74 By Dan Edelen Every day, a stream of the world’s finances crosses the desk of Bill Dodds ’74. As executive vice president and treasurer of Northern Trust Corporation, a Chicago-based global provider of investment management, asset servicing, and fiduciary services, Dodds ensures [...]
History professor examines state and territorial policies that affected early American Indian citizenship Deborah Rosen, professor and head of history, has taken an in-depth look at early American Indian policy-making in her most recent book, American Indians and State Law: Sovereignty, Race and Citizenship, 1790 – 1880 (University of Nebraska, December 2007). The publication examines [...]
Sculpture as Poetry exhibit runs in Skillman Library through Jan. 25 Last semester students of English and art joined together on a creative endeavor. Students from the Advanced Creative Writing course, taught by Lee Upton, professor of English and writer-in-residence, and the Fundamentals in Sculpture course, taught by Alastair Noble, assistant professor of art,teamed up [...]
Locations include Australia and New Zealand; South Africa; Guatemala; Scandinavia; the Bahamas; Hawaii; and Germany and the Czech Republic More than 150 students are studying in Australia and New Zealand; South Africa; Guatemala; Scandinavia; the Bahamas; Hawaii; and Germany and the Czech Republic during interim session. This is the 30th year in which Lafayette is [...]
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