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BY PAULA FELPS
COXFROM THE DEAN
that deﬁnes the Corrigan family, whose
The 2012-2013 academic year is off
to a dynamic start at the Cox School
generous endowment enables SMU Cox
of Business. Undergraduate interest
to support outstanding faculty members
in pursuing a business degree at Cox
and MBA students. As we enter the ﬁnal phase of The
is higher than ever, with pre-business students at Cox representing 34 percent
Second Century Campaign, SMU Cox
of SMU’s freshman class. The caliber of
continues to recruit and retain the most
students that Cox attracts continues to
promising undergraduate and graduate students, thanks in part to more than $34
be strong, with this year’s BBA Scholars’ record-breaking average SAT score of
Meanwhile, the MSA program has grown
million in scholarships that have been
from 15 students in 1999 to 110 in 2012, its
funded through campaign gifts. The
largest enrollment to date.
Cox School has 26 new endowed BBA
Interestingly, while 58 percent of SMU’s incoming freshman class is from
scholarships and three new endowed
out-of-state, 72 percent of our Cox
gain from earning a degree at SMU Cox
pre-business students hail from places
is a lifelong connection to fellow alumni.
other than Texas. SMU Cox is proud to
Our strong alumni network spans the
contributions, we are able to support
call Dallas home, but we are a national
globe and earns us high marks in rankings
10 new endowed faculty positions
school. Having such a large portion of our
surveys like Forbes and The Economist.
and faculty awards, as well as ﬁve
pre-business students come from states
In this issue, Cox alumni and associate
new academic centers, institutes and
other than Texas underscores that fact.
board member Bob Beaudine (BBA ’77),
programs. We are continuing to work
Students choose SMU Cox because it is a
who’s written a book about better
toward additional funding to support
world-class business school in a world-
utilizing the networking resources we all
a variety of programs and centers, as
class business city.
have, talks about the value of making and
well as more faculty positions. We are
maintaining strong business connections.
seeking additional annual and endowed
The graduate program enrollment
graduate scholarships. Thanks to a number of generous
Also in this issue, two other Cox
scholarships, especially for our MBA
enrolled across all graduate programs,
alumni, Ray Blanchette (EMBA ’04)
programs. Your generosity will ensure
full- and part-time. Additionally, a record
and Pablo Mercado (BBA ’98), recount
that we meet our Second Century
number of new students have enrolled in
their experiences launching successful
Campaign goals. As always, we are most
full-time graduate programs, including
initial public offerings (IPOs). It is an
grateful for your continued support.
is equally strong, with 961 students
One of the biggest beneﬁts students
the new MS in Finance. The SMU Cox
undertaking that yields many beneﬁts,
MSF debuted with an enrollment of 41
but is fraught with challenges. We also
students, and we expect rapid growth.
learn about the tradition of philanthropy
PROGRAMNEWS UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS GRADUATE PROGRAMS EXECUTIVE EDUCATION CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE GLOBAL CONNECTIONS
BBA Marketing Students Honored The Marketing Department held its annual BBA Marketing Awards Luncheon in April. The 2012 Outstanding and Distinguished Marketing Award recipients were chosen from a highly competitive pool of marketing students. The criteria for these awards included superior academic achievement, participation in demanding internships, enrollment in challenging classes, leadership and service to the community. The Outstanding Marketing Student Award recipient was Seth Ramey. Distinguished Student Awards were presented to Lauren Gray, Stephanie “Lizette” Jaeger, Mary Kamel, Tiffany LaRose and Mayela Trespalacios Fernandez. The JCPenney Retailing Outstanding Student Award recipient was Colby Kruger. Jenn McMillen, divisional vice president, Loyalty & CRM GameStop, gave the keynote address at the luncheon. Pictured, left to right: Dr. Raj Sethuraman, chair, Cox Marketing Department; Lauren Gray; Mary Kamel; Tiffany LaRose; Colby Kruger; Stephanie “Lizette” Jaeger; Mayela Trespalacios Fernandez; Seth Ramey; Jenn McMillen, divisional vice president, Loyalty & CRM - GameStop.
Cox Analyst Program Prepares Students for Wall Street The Cox Analyst Program (CAP) is an intensive, co-curricular developmental program that prepares students for career success in the ﬁnancial services industry. Students interested in buy-side or sell-side ﬁnance careers compete for acceptance, then must demonstrate their dedication and commitment through active participation in peer and alumni mentoring, networking opportunities and professional coaching and development. This past summer, 29 CAP participants obtained internships at prestigious ﬁrms, including Barclays in Hong Kong, J.P. Morgan in London, UBS in New York, Cowen and Co. in San Francisco, Bank of America and Citi in Houston and Goldman Sachs in Dallas, among many others.
SMU Cox Welcomes the Class of 2016! More than 1,400 ﬁrst-year students chose SMU, and one-third of them are interested in business. Of those, nearly 140 are Cox BBA Scholars with an average SAT score of 1425.
Pictured: The 2012-13 Cox Analyst Program Student Advisory Board. Back: William Badarak, Christopher Shea. Front: Patrick Blusanovic, Morgan Staub, Eric Sabandal, Chase Michalek, outgoing 2011-12 chair.
Cox Undergrads Embrace SMU-in-Taos Thirty Cox BBA students completed courses in business law, leadership and marketing as part of the SMU-in-Taos experience this summer. Undergraduates participated in business leadership opportunities provided by Taos employers under the supervision of Senior Lecturer Barbara Kincaid. The classroom settings, ﬁeld trips, study environments and ofﬁce experiences allowed students to embrace the scenery and culture of northern New Mexico, while completing rigorous course work and job assignments. Back: Austin Hiatt, Austin Manierre, Barbara Kincaid, Claire Kinsey, Sarah Heller. Front: Lindsey Pacheco-Mueller, Kristine Gutzman, Julia Anthony, Leanna Peppercorn, Julia Geiger. August Term Business Law Class.
Team “Artemis” Wins Fox Sports Media Marketing Practicum Competition The Fox Sports Media Group, Fox Sports Southwest and the Dallas Stars chose a marketing campaign created by the SMU Cox team “Artemis” as their top pick after a semester-long competition. The program, part of a partnership between Fox Sports and the Cox BBA Honors Marketing Practicum, is taught by Senior Lecturer Judy Foxman. Six teams of students each developed a marketing campaign for Fox Sports Southwest’s coverage of the Dallas Stars. Teams presented campaigns to Fox marketing executives and the Dallas Stars in April. Executives announced the winning team in person on the ﬁnal day of class. Fox Sports Media Group representatives said the Cox student presentations were of such a high caliber, they have already invited next year’s Honors Marketing Practicum to participate. Above right: Winning team “Artemis” and the “Creative University” program clients. From left: Jon W. Heidtke, senior vice president and general manager, Fox Sports Southwest; Mary Kamel; Andrea Moran-Sendra; Christina Oteiza Diaz; Layne Meyers; Mayela Trespalacios Fernandez; Mike McCall, executive vice president and chief marketing ofﬁcer, Dallas Stars; Mary Hyink, director of marketing, Fox Sports Southwest.
BBAs Learn from the Pros at 2012 Wall Street Summit The second annual Wall Street Summit brought a host of ﬁnance professionals to campus to share insights on investment banking and management careers with Cox undergrads. Hosted by the Cox Career Center, the event featured an opening address by Frank Dunlevy (BBA ’71), vice-chairman of Cowen and Co., and panel presentations with professionals from Raymond James & Associates, J.P. Morgan, Credit-Suisse, Delphi Analytics, Citadel, Crown Capital and Chapwood Investments.
BBA Marketing Interns Make a Global Impact From Dallas, Texas, to Sydney, Australia, 27 marketing students completed their summer internships. Since 2011, BBA students have interned, under the guidance of Senior Lecturer Sonja Corbin, at companies like Coca-Cola, Sabre Holdings, Mary Kay, The Marketing Arm and Universal Republic Records. Several received full-time job offers as a result.
Folsom Institute and SMU Real Estate Society Co-Sponsor Spring Event The Robert and Margaret Folsom Institute of Real Estate Development and Land Use Policy and the SMU Real Estate Society (SMURES) welcomed 250 attendees to their annual spring event. Facilitated by department chair and professor William Brueggeman, the program included education sessions, a networking reception and recognition of the 2011-12 scholarship recipients. Additionally, Greg Kraus, managing director and director of acquisitions at Invesco Real Estate, moderated a panel discussion, “Why Private Investment is Targeting Downtown Dallas.” Panelists included Patricia L. Gibson, president of Hunt Realty Investments, Inc.; John H. Matthews, president of Matthews Southwest; and Gregory Greene, chairman of Turtle Creek Holdings, Inc.
Summer 2012 Cox BBA Marketing Interns.
PMBA Students Have Fun in the Sun The SMU Cox PMBA program hosted a sand volleyball tournament at Sandbar Grill and Cantina in July. Current PMBA students invited prospective students and welcomed incoming PMBA Class 71. PMBA students also enjoyed a golf tournament and pool party at Brookhaven Country Club after the ﬁrst week of classes in August. From left: Gabrielle Beaudry, Allie Bures, Kristen Lucas, Melanie Samuels.
EMBAs on the Ropes EMBA students stepped out of the traditional classroom for a ropes challenge course at Stony Ranch in May. Teams enjoyed a variety of leadership and goal-setting activities throughout the day, including zip lining and rock climbing. Study groups were assigned to complete outdoor adventures promoting common vision, collaboration, teamwork and trust. Left: Jacob Elliff (EMBA ’13). Right: EMBA Class of 2013.
EMBA Faculty, Staff and Graduates Honored Executive MBA students enjoyed a graduation reception hosted by Dean Niemi in May. Students and families celebrated and reminisced about the previous 21 months that had been dedicated to studies. Some students received “EMBY Awards” for an array of accolades, such as “most cohesive study group” and “most participation in class.” Harvey Rosenblum, executive vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and professor of macroeconomics, accepted the Most Valuable EMBA Professor award from Tom Perkowski, assistant dean. This award is given to the professor who goes beyond the classroom to make the learning experience truly unique. Dennis Law (EMBA ’12) and Trace Bond (EMBA ’12), pictured with Perkowski, presented the EMBA staff with a ﬂag that was ﬂown in Afghanistan honoring scholarships provided by generous donors to Cox military MBA students.
EMBA Bosses Night Bosses Night is a long-standing military tradition meant to encourage camaraderie up and down the chain of command. The night easily adapted to the Executive MBA program, creating a networking opportunity that allows classmates and co-workers to connect and bosses to recruit DFW’s richest talent pool, all in a relaxed social environment. The event was sponsored by 7-Eleven and Anheuser-Busch and included 7-Eleven representatives Darren Rebelez, EVP and COO, and Doug Rosencrans, VP of Gasoline and EMBA 2013 student. Right: Joel Ciarochi (EMBA ’13), prospective student Mike Mullens, JJ Wilson (EMBA ’13).
MSA Welcomes Largest Class Ever The Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) program, which began in 1999 with just 15 students, grew to 110 this year. The caliber of students admitted has increased as well; this year’s class boasts an average GMAT score of 690, up from 560 three years ago. Greg Sommers, MSA program director and professor of practice, notes that a score of 690 represents the 90th percentile of students seeking graduate business education. Cox MSA grads continue to enjoy strong CPA exam pass rates and 95 percent job placement.
SMU Ties for First in Wells Fargo Case Competition
MBA Marketing Club Visits Frito-Lay Smart Labs
In February, SMU competed against TCU’s Neeley School of Business and Washington University’s Olin School of Business in the Wells Fargo Case Competition. Cox and Olin tied for ﬁrst place.
This past spring, the MBA Marketing Club toured the Frito-Lay Shopper Marketing Lab, S.M.A.R.T. Learning Center, a 15,000-square-foot simulated supermarket in Dallas that tests the effectiveness of various marketing solutions to drive impulse purchases. Through automated observation and other research methods, the marketer studies the behavior of actual consumers as they shop the aisles and react to different merchandising tactics. Students witnessed ﬁrsthand how marketing experts understand the “shopability” of various marketing strategies, gather a deeper understanding of shopper behavior, understand display effectiveness by type and location, and utilize the power of observational techniques.
Cox ﬁrst place team members (left to right): Samer Abusalbi, Jordan Mezoff, Liang Wang, Sami Sawaf.
Terry Dallas, Wells Fargo executive vice president and U.S. Corporate Banking regional manager, pictured with Cox winner Sami Sawaf. cox.smu.edu
EMBA Students Compete in Business Plan Competition Each year, Executive MBA students participate in an entrepreneurship course in which they are required to create a business plan. This year, four teams were selected for the annual EMBA Business Plan Competition. Michael Segrest and John Adler of Silver Creek Ventures, a venture capital ﬁrm, judged the competition. Prize money totaling $10,000 was awarded to the winning presentations. SPF Imports, a business plan by Marc Sachs, Trey Fielder and Phillip Peter for a specialty wine import business, took home ﬁrst prize and $5,000. From left: Michael Segrest, of Silver Creek Ventures; Marc Sachs (EMBA ’12); Trey Fielder (EMBA ’12); Phillip Peter (EMBA ’12); John Adler, Silver Creek Ventures.
Master of Science in Finance Welcomes Inaugural Class The new Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program, beginning in fall 2012 with 41 students, offers a rigorous, state-of-the-art program of study in ﬁnance theory and practice. This two-semester program is an opportunity for those with either nonbusiness or business undergraduate degrees to develop graduate-level skills designed to enhance career prospects in the ﬁeld of ﬁnance. Graduates will be well positioned for entry-level ﬁnancial analyst positions along with the upward mobility of a Master’s degree. The MSF curriculum includes hedge funds and alternative asset management, energy risk management, markets and trading, and student-managed investment portfolios.
Southwest Graduate School of Banking Holds 55th Annual Session In May, the Southwest Graduate School of Banking (SWGSB) at Cox welcomed Thomas M. Hoenig (pictured) as the keynote speaker for its 55th annual session. Hoenig is the former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and is now a director at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D.C. More than 500 senior ofﬁcers from ﬁnancial institutions and regulatory agencies throughout the United States attend SWGSB Foundation’s prestigious educational programs each year.
NHCC Continues CEDP Program The Corporate Executive Development Program (CEDP) continued this past spring in Cox Executive Education. Participants from the National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC) attended to learn and explore how to ascend in their organizations. Programming included networking opportunities, receptions, dinners, a tour of the Meadows Museum and a group capstone project.
Non-Business Majors Work Together in Summer Business Institute During the Summer Business Institute in June, 33 students (pictured) immersed themselves in accounting, marketing, ﬁnance, business law, career planning, computer skills, entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility. One of the highlights of this boot camp was a ﬁeld trip to the North Texas Food Bank, where students packaged more than 16,000 meals for a North Texas school program while getting to know each other and working together as a team.
Forum Institute for Leadership in the Law Program
Oil and Gas Investing for Institutional Investors
The Forum Institute for Leadership in the Law Program (FILL) was once again offered as a partnership between the General Counsel Forum and Executive Education. Area attorneys attended classes held at various law ﬁrms, exchanging ideas and learning from each other and Cox faculty. Senior Lecturer Barbara Kincaid served as academic director, facilitating topics such as “Financial Reporting,” “Performance Measurement and Management: The Role of Accounting” and “Manage for Success or Set-Up-To Fail.”
Executive Education hosted its fourth annual conference, along with founding sponsor David Miller (BBA ’72, MBA ’73), EnCap Investments L.P., Oil and Gas Investor magazine and the Maguire Energy Institute. Portfolio managers and institutional investors from more than 24 states and 72 companies attended. Conference highlights included networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities, as well as a Barnett Shale rig tour hosted by Quicksilver Resources.
Centers of Excellence
BLI and BLC Honor Students and Instructors The Edwin L. Cox BBA Business Leadership Institute (BLI) and the Business Leadership Center (BLC) recognized outstanding students and instructors at the annual luncheon in April. Dean Al Niemi hosted the luncheon and recognized 27 students who earned the Dean’s Circle award level, the highest BLC award for MBA students who have achieved 90 seminar contact hours. Honored guest Edwin L. Cox attended, along with 16 outstanding BLI undergraduate students. Additionally, 30 instructors were recognized for earning the BLC Teaching Excellence Award, based on excellent performance in student evaluations. For more information, go to: cox.smu.edu/web/blc.
Top: BLC Dean’s Circle award recipients with Ed Cox. Bottom: BLI students and staff with Ed Cox.
Maguire Energy Institute Introduces Energy Management Concentration for Cox BBAs Rapidly growing interest in Cox energy clubs, energy internships and full-time energy placements indicates increasing interest in the energy ﬁeld. Energy is a promising industry for new grads as 50 percent of the sector’s existing work force is currently eligible for retirement. Through the new Energy Management concentration, Cox BBA students will learn via industry-experienced faculty and guest speakers to develop a realworld foundation in the areas of industry structure and operations, energy economics and ﬁnancial analysis, energy and natural resource law and the role of global energy markets and policy.
BLC Continues Servant Leadership Through Consulting Program In March, 25 Cox MBA students completed a six-week Business Leadership Center (BLC) consulting project for the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. This unique partnership allows MBA students to hone their consulting skills while providing a valuable outside resource to the hospital. Students were divided into eight teams and completed high-proﬁle hospital business cases, presenting formal recommendations to hospital administrators and board members. Projects included a ﬁnancial performance report for CFO Sharon Ellis, an operational analysis on managing overﬂow at outpatient centers and recommendations for a major shift in billing practices. Now in its ninth year, this project serves as the cornerstone for the BLC’s “Servant Leadership” program offerings.
From left: Pablo Morales, Anshul Singh, Chesney McKenzie, Gopal Kesavan, Chinyere Ogbonna.
O’Neil Center Kicks Off Speaker Series The O’Neil Center Speaker Series, sponsored by Andrews Distributing, encourages discourse about economic ideas between the SMU community and distinguished scholars from outside universities and think tanks. This past spring the center welcomed Russell Roberts, professor of economics at George Mason University and research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. A gifted speaker and educator, Roberts delivered a free-market message to students, faculty members, business leaders and the public as part of the speaker series. The series continued with a visit from Michael Jensen, the Jesse Isidor Professor of Business Administration Emeritus at Harvard Business School. Jensen has authored more than 100 scientiﬁc papers, numerous articles and editorials on a wide range of economic-ﬁnanceand business-related topics. The O’Neil Center partnered with The George W. Bush Institute to host a symposium where Jensen presented “Beyond Agency Theory: The Hidden and Heretofore Inaccessible Power of Integrity.”
Centers of Excellence
Business Information Center Student Assistant Recognized for Outstanding Service Ida Jagne (BBA ’12) received the SMU Libraries’ 2012 Outstanding Student Assistant award, recognizing her achievement working in all of the campus libraries. She was honored at the SMU Libraries Staff Recognition Awards Ceremony held in April. “What set her candidacy above the others was not only the caliber of her work,” commented the committee, “but her initiative, enthusiasm and ability to work independently in the rapidly changing, dynamic environment of the Business Information Center.”
Starting a Business, Spring 2012 The Caruth Institute’s spring session of “Starting A Business” concluded with a talk from adjunct professor Jack Baum as the Distinguished Entrepreneur speaker. Baum co-founded TableTop Media (dba Ziosk LLC) with his MBA entrepreneurship students Shawn Gentry (MBA ’06), Viren Balar (MBA ’06) and Raymond Howard (MBA ’06). Ziosk LLC provides entertainment and payment kiosks for restaurants like California Pizza Kitchen and Chevy’s Fresh Mex. For more information, visit smu.edu/SAB.
From left, in front: Jack Baum, Shawn Gentry, Viren Balar.
John Stossel Signs Books for O’Neil Center Speaker Series, Sponsored by Andrews Distributing Emmy Award-winning John Stossel signed copies of his new book No, They Can’t: Why Government Fails—but Individuals Succeed in April. He gave a brief public presentation about the book, which examines Stossel’s beliefs about the fallacies and facts of today’s most pressing issues as related to the social and political climate and shows, in Stossel’s opinion, how government gets it wrong. cox.smu.edu
Centers of Excellence
O’Neil Center Explores Sweat Shop Conditions Free-market economist Benjamin Powell visited the SMU campus in March for a brown-bag faculty seminar, “Sweatshop Working Conditions and Employee Welfare: Say It Ain’t Sew.” Powell is associate professor of economics at Suffolk University, past president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, a senior economist at the Beacon Hill Institute, a member of the Mont Pelerin Society and a senior fellow with the Independent Institute.
O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom Releases 2011 Annual Report
Which Way, America? Economic Freedom or the Road to Serfdom
The O’Neil Center released its 2011 annual report, Which Way, America? Economic Freedom or the Road to Serfdom. The essay documents how market incentives encourage people to work, save, invest, innovate, start businesses and take risks. To download a copy of the report, visit oneilcenter.org.
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Caruth Institute Hosts Women Entrepreneurs from the Republic of Georgia In May, the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship hosted a delegation of four women entrepreneurs from the Republic of Georgia. Discussion centered on trends and challenges in entrepreneurship in general and for women in Eastern Europe speciﬁcally. The delegation stopped at SMU on a U.S. tour hosted by the Dallas World Affairs Council. From left: Simon Mak (Caruth Institute), Linda Kao (Cox Global Programs), Jerry White (Caruth Institute), Ia Tabagari, Manana Argvliani (Cox PMBA Student Services), Nino Kvavilashvili, Tamar Qachashvili and Maya Simonidze.
Caruth Institute Hosts Two Southwest Venture Forum Programs The March Southwest Venture Program titled, “Angel Investing Update,” was moderated by Gary Boyd of Montgomery Coscia Greilich, LLP, and featured a panel of three angel investment groups: Carol Nichols (Texas Women Ventures & Golden Seeds), Fred Marxer (North Texas Angel Network & Alliance of Texas Angel and Networks) and Scott Ticer (Lone Star Angels). The May Southwest Venture Program, “Achieving Explosive Growth: Lessons from the Dallas 100TM,” was moderated by Cynthia Pharr Lee of Texas Women Ventures and featured a panel of three Dallas 100TM winning companies: Ambit Energy, Homeland Healthcare and Newt Global Consulting. For more information, visit smu.edu/SWVF. Photo: Participants in the March Southwest Venture Program discuss venture capital with the audience.
Global Leadership Program For 12 years, SMU Cox ﬁrst-year MBA students have traversed the world each May in search of global business and cultural insights. Like the students who went before them, the Cox travelers of 2012 returned from their trips enlightened and excited about new opportunities. The highly successful Cox Global Leadership Program (GLP) is the brainchild of SMU Cox Dean Al Niemi, Jr. and Linda Kao, assistant dean of global programs, and continues to be the highlight of the Cox experience. Unlike many university global programs, the Cox GLP is a mandatory part of the curriculum. Cox global teams commit thousands of hours to connecting with executives around the world, fostering relationships and honing agendas to maximize participants’ exposure and enjoyment. This year, students went to China, Europe, Latin America and East Asia. From Shanghai to Sao Paulo, they visited with dozens of CEOs, government dignitaries and executives at Siemens, Yum! Brands, Deutsche-Boerse, Dell, Volkswagen, PepsiCo, Petrobras, 7-Eleven, Toshiba and others. Of course, another important part of the GLP agenda occurs outside of the ofﬁces, where students culturally immerse themselves in the local sites, sounds and tastes of their foreign destinations. Lifetime friendships form and memories are made. Once home, students present their global insights to peers and local executives at the annual Global Leadership Program Symposium. “Before business school, I had done my fair share of globetrotting, but this trip is unlike any other,” said Lauren Basham (MBA ’12). “We met with some of the largest international companies and gained a totally new perspective through hands-on experience as to how business is done globally.” Jacque Kennedy (MBA ’12) added, “Very few schools offer the kind of international experience that SMU Cox offers. Everyone should be so lucky to have the opportunity to travel the world as we did during the Cox MBA program.” SMU Cox thanks our outstanding globally based alumni for their ongoing support and hospitality when our students visit. Our gracious hosts ensure a successful program.
SMU Cox also offers global immersion as part of the Professional MBA and Executive MBA programs. Find out more at coxgrad.com. cox.smu.edu
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Achievements Aydin Alptekinoglu, assistant professor of information technology and operations management, had two working papers accepted for publication in INFORMS journals. “Learning Consumer Tastes through Dynamic Assortments” will appear in Operations Research and “Inventory Pooling to Deliver Differentiated Service” will appear in Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. Alptekinoglu gave research seminars in March and April at the business schools of Cornell University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Utah. Sreekumar Bhaskaran, who holds a Corrigan Research professorship and is an associate professor of information technology and operations management, coauthored a paper titled “Consumer Mental Accounts and Implications to Selling BaseProducts and Addons.” It is forthcoming in Marketing Science. Bhaskaran was also appointed as associate editor for IIE Transactions Journal. Indraneel Chakraborty, assistant professor of ﬁnance, had his paper titled “Does Shareholder Coordination Matter? Evidence from Private Placements,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics (JFE). Chakraborty and Nickolay Gantchey from UNC KenanFlagler Business School co-authored
the paper, which proposes a new role for private investments in public equity as a mechanism to reduce coordination frictions among existing equity holders. In addition, Chakraborty’s working paper, “Marriage Stability, Taxation and Aggregate Labor Supply in the U.S. vs. Europe,” has received press attention in Vox, Washington Post, Freakonomics and BusinessInsider, among others. Read more on page 23. W. Michael Cox, director of the William J. O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, and O’Neil Center Writer-in-Residence Richard Alm, wrote a chapter for a new book, The 4% Solution: Unleashing the Economic Growth America Needs, released by The George W. Bush Institute in July. The book is an extension of the Institute’s economic growth initiative and features commentary and analysis from more than 20 economists. The Cox-Alm chapter, “Incentives,” focuses on incentives built into a capitalist society. Cox and Alm also prepared two “charticles” for D CEO magazine, documenting economic growth and job creation in DFW. In addition, Cox gave a series of speeches around the country titled “Six Economic Themes for the Decade,” “Looking for the New New World,” “The U.S., China and India in the Global Economy of the Future” and “The Imagination Age.” Judy Foxman, senior lecturer of marketing, received the 2012 Extra Mile Award from Students with New Learning at the University Awards Extravanganza in April.
The award was given to Foxman in honor of her outstanding approach to teaching students who learn differently. Mel Fugate, associate professor of management and organizations, has multiple papers in press. “Managing Employee Withdrawal During Organizational Change: The Role of Threat Appraisal,” co-authored with G.E. Prussia and A.J. Kinicki, appears in the Journal of Management. “The Impact of Leadership, Management, and HRM on Employee Reactions to Organizational Change” appears in Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management. “Capturing the Experience of Change: Antecedents, Processes, and Consequences” is in The Psychology of Organizational Change. “Anticipatory Justice and the Employee-Organization Relationship (EOR),” co-written with L. Shore, J. Coyle-Shapiro and L. Tetrick, was published in The Employee-Organization Relationship. With S. Harrison and A.J. Kinicki, Fugate wrote “Thoughts and Feelings About Organizational Change: A Field Test of Synchronous Reciprocal Relationships in Appraisal Theory,” which appears in the Journal of Organizational and Leadership Studies. In addition, Fugate made three presentations at the 2012 annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston. “Which Fit Fits? The Effect of Two Types of Leadership-Culture Fit on Firm Performance,” with C. Hartnell, A. Kinicki and T. Corner, was selected for the Best Paper Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston (Organizational Behavior Division). Fugate and G. Soenen presented “The Champions of Change: Employees, Managers, and Cognitive Processes.” Also Fall 2012
at the Academy of Management annual meeting, Fugate, J. Biggane, D. Allen and J. Amis presented “Cognitive Appraisal as a Mechanism Linking Negative Organizational Shocks and Desire to Leave.” Dan Howard, marketing professor, served as co-editor of a special issue of Social Inﬂuence on consumer behavior.
Roger Kerin, Harold C. Simmons Distinguished Professor of Marketing, is soon to have South Korean and Thai editions of his textbook, Marketing (11th edition), published this year. This makes 15 foreign editions of this textbook. Dwight Lee, the William J. O’Neil Endowed Chair in Global Markets and Freedom, is a contributing editor of the forthcoming volume The Origins of Public Choice: The Legacy of Buchanan and Tullock. He also contributed “The Impact of Calculus of Consent” to the volume. Lee’s article “Moderating the Dark Side of Emotional Morality with the Bright Side of Market Morality,” will be included in the forthcoming The Independent Review. Lee co-authored an article, “Why Economic Education is Dangerous for Politicians,” with Mark Schug, that will be published in The Journal of Private Enterprise. Lee’s article, “Just Wait Until It’s Free,” appeared in The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty, the ﬂagship publication of the Foundation for Economic Education. James Linck, Distinguished Chair in Finance, had two articles accepted in top-tier journals. “Endogeneity and the Dynamics of Corporate Governance,” co-written with Jeffry M. Netter and M. cox.smu.edu
Babajide “Jide” Wintoki, is forthcoming in the Journal of Financial Economics and is featured in The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. Linck also co-wrote an article with James A. Brickle and Clifford W. Smith, Jr. titled “Vertical Integration to Avoid Contracting with Potential Competitors: Evidence from Bankers’ Banks,” which appeared in the June issue of the Journal of Financial Economics. Frank Lloyd, associate dean, Executive Education, contributed an article based on a case study of the Baylor Health Care System’s Nursing program, that was posted on trainingmag.com in May. Lloyd and Bruce Bullock, director of the Maguire Energy Institute, co-authored an article in the April issue of Offshore Magazine titled “Fourth Dimension Leadership Brings Bottom-line Dividends to Oil and Gas.” The same article was also published in Hart’s E & P Magazine. Lloyd led a workshop on “Cultural Competence” at the National Hispanic Corporate Council’s March membership meeting in Houston. Darius Miller, Caruth Chair of Finance, was awarded the 2012 Cox School of Business MBA Distinguished Teaching Award, the school's highest MBA teaching honor. Professor Miller also won the award in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Miller presented his research, coauthored with SMU professor Amar Gande, “Why do U.S. securities laws matter to non-U.S. ﬁrms? Evidence from private class-action lawsuits” at the Paris Spring Corporate Finance Conference, co-sponsored by The Review of Financial Studies.
Maria Minniti, the Bobby B. Lyle Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship, contributed a chapter in The 4% Solution: Unleashing the Economic Growth America Needs, released by the George W. Bush Institute in July. The chapter, titled “The Virtuous Cycle,” examines the relationship between entrepreneurship and economic growth and argues that there “cannot be sustained economic growth without entrepreneurship.” Minniti and two co-authors have published a paper in a peer-reviewed conference proceeding titled “Entrepreneurial Volatility: A CrossCountry Study” in the Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well Being of Nations, Volume III. She also edited The Dynamics of Entrepreneurship: Evidence from GEM Data, published by Oxford University Press. At the Universidad Del Desarrollo (UDD) in Santiago, Chile, Minniti presented a seminar for faculty from local universities and visiting professors titled “Entrepreneurship, Institutions and Economic Growth: Why History Matters, A LOT!” During her March visit, she also held a research workshop for students and junior faculty. Albert W. Niemi, Jr., dean of the Cox School of Business and the Tolleson Chair in Business Leadership, moderated a panel in New York in April at the “Tax Policies for 4% Growth” Summit, organized by The George W. Bush Institute. The panel dealt with “State Government and Taxes,” and also examined business incentives. W. Michael Cox was among the panelists. Bernard “Bud” Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute and adjunct professor of business economics, participated in the “Markets and Taxes” panel at the summit. Dean Niemi was named “Outstanding Administrator” as part of the Student Association Awards presented in April at the University’s annual Awards
Extravaganza. Students nominated and selected the winner, and they presented the award to the dean “for giving unselﬁshly to the students and the University as a whole.” Robin Pinkley, professor of management and organizations, has been named a member of the Advisory Council for the International Association of Conﬂict Management. The Council serves in an advisory role and consists of association past presidents and lifetime achievement award winners. She also served on the 2012 Committee charged to select the Most Inﬂuential Paper published from 2004 to 2007 for the Conﬂict Management Division of the Academy of Management. Additionally, Pinkley presented, with J. Sawyer and D. Conlon, “Reconciling the Way You Think Things Ought To Be with the Way Things Are: The Power of Power Illusions in Dyadic Negotiation,” at the Focusing on Asymmetry, Cognition and Emotion Conference in Paris, France. Melissa Place, reference librarian in the Business Information Center, gave a presentation titled “Polling for Answers” at the Innovative Technology Applications for Reference and Instruction: Lightning Talks session during the Texas Library Association (TLA) Annual Conference held in Houston in April. Place has successfully implemented the Poll Anywhere software into her “BBA Introduction to the Business Library” instruction sessions, and she shared this information with other library professionals at the state-wide conference. Tracey Rinehart, library specialist since August 2008, received a Staff Recognition Award for outstanding performance. The award was given at the Faculty/Staff Awards Luncheon in May. In addition to his overall high level of service, it was speciﬁcally noted that “Tracey was instrumental in the renovation project
of the Business Library over the past year. He helped to provide seamless customer service to the students during the renovation by coordinating the temporary space during construction, as well as getting the new space ready for occupancy." R. Canan SavaskanEbert, associate professor of information technology and operations management, was awarded a Corrigan Research Professorship for the 2012-2013 academic year. The award seeks to encourage faculty members who have demonstrated signiﬁcant research capabilities, effectiveness in teaching and signiﬁcant contribution to the development of the school. In addition, her research paper titled “Why You Should Accept Returns,” with co-authors Anne Coughlan of the Kellogg School of Management and Jeff Shulman of University of Washington, was featured in Kellogg Insight in July. Ulrike Schultze, associate professor in information technology and operations management, gave a series of talks at three different universities in Sweden and Copenhagen in April. At Lund University in Sweden, she presented “Digital Innovation: IT Capabilities for Customer CoProduction” at the Fellows Workshop. She presented “IT Capabilities for Customer Co-Production: User Involvement in Customer-Facing B2B Development” at Lund’s Informatiks Department, as well as at the Informatiks Department at Linneaus University in Växjö, Sweden. Also at Linneaus University, Schultze presented “Performing Identity with Digital Material: A Sociomaterial Perspective on Virtual Worlds,” a presentation she also made at Copenhagen Business School.
Schultze had a commentary published in the Journal of Information Technology: “Will Making the World Better Through ICT Make the IS Field Better Off?” Additionally, Schultze has accepted the role of associate editor at the European Journal of Information Systems and she is serving as co-chair of the Research Methods track for the International Conference on Information Systems to be held in December. Raj Sethuraman, Marilyn and Leo Corrigan Endowed Professor and Chair in Marketing, coauthored a paper with Richard Briesch, also a Marilyn and Leo Corrigan Endowed Professor at Cox, and Gerard Tellis, titled “How Well Does Advertising Work? Generalizations from Meta-Analysis of Brand Advertising Elasticities.” It appears in the Journal of Marketing Research and is now listed in “Social Science Research Network’s Top 10 Downloads (Advertising).” In May, “How Well Does Advertising Work?” was also chosen as a ﬁnalist for the Paul E. Green Award for the best paper in the Journal of Marketing Research that demonstrates the greatest potential to contribute to the practice of marketing research. Sethuraman co-authored, with Jagmohan Raju, “Private Label Strategies— Myths and Realities,” which was recently published in the Handbook of Marketing Strategy. In June, Sethuraman, Briesch and William Dillon, Herman W. Lay Professor of Marketing, professor of statistics and senior associate dean, presented “The Effect of Consumer Brand Equity on Firm Brand Value: Insights from Equilibrium Analysis of Duopoly Models” at the Marketing Science conference in Boston. Sethuraman was also invited to be an expert on the Ph.D. dissertation committee of a student in Tilburg University, Netherlands. James L. Smith, Cary M. Maguire Chair in Oil and Gas Management, was recently appointed to the Advisory Committee of the Center for Energy Economics and Policy, a research unit within Resources for the Fall 2012
Future (RFF), a nonproﬁt, nonpartisan organization that conducts independent research on environmental, energy, natural resource and environmental health issues. In May, Smith organized and moderated a live panel discussion and webcast at RFF on the topic “Speculators and Oil Prices: What Do We Know and What Should We Do?” The video can be viewed at rff.org/ Events/Pages/Speculators-and-Oil-Prices. aspx. K. Shelette Stewart, associate director of business development for Cox Executive Education, is the author of a new book, Revelations in Business: Connecting Your Business Plan with God’s Purpose and Plan for Your Life. Stewart combines her core Christian beliefs with her extensive academic and professional experience with Fortune 500 companies, including The Coca-Cola Co., Hostess Brands and BellSouth Corp., to guide readers through an eight-step “Divine Business Planning” approach that she believes will position readers to maximize their personal fulﬁllment and professional success. Jacquelyn Thomas, associate professor of marketing, was a featured speaker at Dell in Austin on the topic of customer relationship management. Thomas’s presentation focused on direct marketers and how they incorporate search engine marketing into their marketing programs. She also presented a paper at the Yale School of Management 2012 Conference on Customer Insights, “An Empirical Investigation Comparing the Impact of Catalogs versus Search Engine Advertisting on Customer-Firm Exchanges.” Read more on page 22. Thomas’s expert commentary on a case titled “When to Drop an Unproﬁtable cox.smu.edu
Customer,” was published in the April issue of the Harvard Business Review. Don Vandewalle, chair of the Management and Organizations department and Fisher Research Fellow, had the following manuscript accepted for publication: “A Growth and Fixed Mindset Exposition of the Value of Conceptual Clarity.” The article is forthcoming in the journal Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. Vandewalle was also one of three University faculty members honored with SMU’s annual Distinguished University Citizen Award at the Faculty Breakfast, held before the May 2012 all-University Commencement Ceremony. The award, given by the SMU Provost’s Ofﬁce, honors three faculty members each year for service and leadership that beneﬁt students and the University’s academic mission. Kumar Venkataraman, Finance Department chair and Fabacher Endowed Professor of Alternative Asset Management, presented his coauthored paper, titled “Predatory vs. Sunshine Trading: Evidence from Crude Oil ETF Rolls,” at HEC-Paris, the Tinbergen Research Institute in Amsterdam and Erasmus University in Rotterdam in April. He also presented the study at the second CNMV International Conference on Securities Markets in Madrid in September. The study is based on his consulting work for the national regulator Commodity Futures Trading Commission on whether the trading activities of speculators distort commodity futures prices. Read more on page 22.
Dimitris Vrettos, assistant professor of accounting, received the American Accounting Association’s Management Accounting Section’s “Best Dissertation Award” for 2012. A plaque and monetary award were presented to Vrettos in August at the American Accounting Association’s annual meeting. The Institute of Management Accountants sponsored the award. Gordon Walker, Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department chair and David B. Miller Professor of Business, presented a paper titled “Ownership and Product Innovation in Chinese Manufacturing, 1998 - 2007.” Walker co-authored the paper with Frank Xia of Peking University and presented it at the Strategic Management Society Special Conference in Singapore in June. Also in June, Walker presented a paper co-authored with Oliver Gottschalg and Bo Kyung Kim, assistant professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, at the DRUID Conference in Copenhagen. The paper is titled “The Dynamics of Venture Capital Firm Network Position and Performance in the United States, 1980-2001.” Bernard “Bud” Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute and adjunct professor of business economics, was an invited speaker at an energy conference in Doha (Qatar) this spring. Weinstein was one of only two Americans on the program. He spoke about the potential for nuclear and renewable energy in the Persian Gulf Region. In addition to speaking at the “Tax Policies for 4% Growth” Summit, Weinstein was appointed as a Fellow with the Bush Institute.
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New faculty members enrich
school’s academic expertise, draw upon diverse backgrounds. Ruihao Ke
Ruihao Ke is assistant professor of accounting. His research interests include corporate governance, particularly in the area of insider trading, and the prediction of ﬁnancial distress. He has examined whether ﬁrms whose corporate executives proﬁt most from their own insider trading are associated with inferior ﬁrm performance. His dissertation examines how ﬁrms’ earnings quality impacts the precision of ﬁnancial distress prediction. Ruihao received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Tsinghua University in China and his Ph.D. from the UCLA Anderson School. During the ﬁve years between his undergraduate and graduate studies, Ruihao worked as an instructor at Tsinghua University and a research assistant at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.
James S. Linck
James S. Linck joins Cox as Distinguished Chair in Finance. Previously, he was a ﬁnance professor at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia. He also taught at the University of Rochester’s Simon Graduate School of Business and at the WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He received his MBA from the University of Michigan and his Ph.D. from Arizona State University. Between his academic years, he held corporate ﬁnance and accounting positions at Intel, NCR/AT&T and Ernst & Whinney (now Ernst & Young). Linck has taught courses in ﬁnancial management, research methods, international ﬁnance, corporate ﬁnance, corporate control, valuation, ﬁnancial statement analysis and ﬁnancial accounting at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral
levels, as well as in executive development seminars. His research interests include corporate ﬁnance, organizations, governance and corporate control. His research has been published in the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics and the Review of Financial Studies, among other publications, and has been widely cited in the academic literature and the popular press. Linck holds Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certiﬁed Public Accountant (CPA) certiﬁcations.
Andrew MacKinlay joins the Cox School of Business as assistant professor of ﬁnance. He earned an M.A. and Ph.D. from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to Wharton, he earned a bachelor’s in liberal arts from St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland. His research focuses on empirical corporate ﬁnance and corporate capital and debt structure. His most recent work measures the importance of tax policy on corporate debt issuance and investigates how loan contract terms changed during the recent ﬁnancial crisis.
Simon Mak is newly appointed as professor of practice in entrepreneurship. Since 2004, Mak has been associate director of entrepreneurship at the SMU Cox Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship and will continue in this role. He has an MBA and Ph.D. in applied science from SMU and a B.S. in mechanical engineering from MIT. Prior to SMU, Mak’s professional experience included Fortune 500 companies Raytheon and Digital Equipment Corporation, as well as several venture- or private equity-backed startups.
Mak’s teaching and research interests include technology entrepreneurship, corporate entrepreneurship and human rights entrepreneurship, and his published research includes analyzing the economic impact of technology entrepreneurship and applying engineering methods to analyze the failures of startups.
Ravi Sastry is assistant professor of ﬁnance. His research interests include the evaluation of investment managers and optimal portfolio allocation. His dissertation shows that a substantial portion of active mutual fund managers generate value for their investors, even after fees, and that these skilled managers can be identiﬁed in advance. Ravi received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from MIT. He worked in the telecommunications industry before earning his M.P.P. from UCLA and his Ph.D. from Columbia University.
Tom F. Tan
Tom F. Tan joins the Cox School of Business as assistant professor of information technology and operations management (ITOM). He graduated from Columbia University with a B.S. degree in operations research and minors in economics and applied mathematics. He received both an M.A. degree in statistics and a Ph.D. in operations management from Wharton. Prior to graduate school, he worked with Bank of America securities as a summer equity research analyst, covering the technology sector. His academic interests include empirical operational performance in the entertainment and hospitality industries.
COXIN THE NEWS
Quotables KTVT, CBS 11
“Many North Texas Real Estate Majors Have Problem to Be Envied” (3/5/2012) Chuck Dannis, adjunct lecturer of real estate, was featured in a TV news story about what Dannis described as a “huge uptick in the demand for our graduates.” The story proﬁled a real estate major who graduated in May. By March, the student already had three ﬁrm job offers and was in the second round of interviews for two other real estate positions. When asked about the number of recent real estate graduates who were still job hunting, Dannis said he didn’t know of a single one. “We are coming off the bottom of maybe the worst real estate depression since the 1930s, so we’re coming into the buy side of the market, and I think it’s going to be this way for the next couple of years,” Dannis said. Spirit, Southwest Airlines inflight magazine
“Actual Reality” (4/1/2012) Jerry White, director of the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship and adjunct lecturer, commented on how consulting for the new trend of “actual reality” games, which is turning a virtual game into reality, can become a successful career. People who play virtual games, explained White, tend to have brand loyalty. “A well-known brand at least gets you a hearing.” Consultants with expertise in these types of ventures will be sought after, according to White. “People buy specialty expertise, they don’t buy generality,” said White. “When they need particular expertise, and they don’t have it in-house, or they can’t learn it themselves, they go looking for it.” Woman’s Day
“Make More Money: Earn bigger bucks by learning what your work is worth” (4/1/2012) Robin Pinkley, professor of management and organizations, encouraged readers cox.smu.edu
to negotiate for better wages. “Women tend to think their worth is based on what someone’s willing to pay them, while men determine it for themselves,” said Pinkley. Regarding self-employed entrepreneurs, she advised, “Your pricing sends a message to potential buyers, and people will often value your product more if you price higher.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“Is Financial Literacy a Threat to Politicians?” (4/5/2012) Dwight Lee, William J. O’Neil Endowed Chair in Global Markets and Freedom, cowrote an opinion piece that was published during National Financial Literacy Month. About half of high school students say they’ve never learned economics in school, Lee wrote. He urged that the “principles of economics and personal ﬁnance be taught regularly and rigorously throughout school curricula” in order to “start increasing the number of future voters who can think critically about their ﬁnancial affairs—and our country’s.” KTTV-TV, Fox11, Los Angeles
“Saving the California Dream” (5/30/2012) Albert W. Niemi, Jr., dean of the Cox School of Business and the Tolleson Chair in Business Leadership, and W. Michael Cox, director of the William J. O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, were both interviewed for a series of special reports and a half-hour television special that aired on the Los Angeles local Fox afﬁliate. Niemi explained why so many people are moving to Texas to ﬁnd work. California is in a state of economic hardship, with 700,000 people having left the state from 2004 to 2008. “California is trying to keep up with the service base of its economy, and the only way to do that is to raise taxes,” said Niemi. “If California raises its taxes, it’s going to be good news for Texas.”
“California’s state budget, the spending, is growing faster than the rest of the nation, whereas Texas is growing slower,” said Cox. Christian Science Monitor
“Heat Wave, Day 2: How are People Seeking Relief ?” (6/21/2012) Bruce Bullock, director of the Maguire Energy Institute, recalled the rolling brownouts that occurred during the extended heat wave of summer 2011 as part of a story about the sweltering temperatures on the East Coast this June. With thermostats nearing 100 degrees, Bullock reminded readers of the importance of turning thermostats up to 78 degrees. “And try not to have two or three power-sucking, widescreen TVs going on at the same time,” he advised. “It’s critical to conserve, especially between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Even in a state like Texas, we did not have the power reserves to cover that brutal heat,” he said. NBC Nightly News and Today
“Drought Impact on Food Prices” (7/14/2012 , 7/15/2012, 7/18/2012) Bernard “Bud” Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute and an adjunct professor of business economics, commented on the effects of the Midwest’s summer drought that will result in consumers paying more at the grocery store. “There’s no question that higher corn prices are going to increase the grocery bills of most households,” said Weinstein. “It’s going to continue to rise for a couple of months.” Note: This interview originally aired on NBC Nightly News, Weekend Edition; it was repeated on the Today show, with another portion of it airing a few days later on NBC Nightly News’ weekday broadcast.
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Catalogues versus Search Engine Advertising on the Internet Associate Professor of Marketing Jacquelyn Thomas
In July 2011, consumers conducted more than 17.1 billion searches via the top ﬁve search engine sites. SMU Cox Marketing Professor Jacquelyn Thomas and coauthor Peggy Tseng studied a traditional catalog direct marketer, considered a pure setting for research purposes, to see how effective its ofﬂine and online marketing communications were. Thomas and Tseng studied two forms of search engine advertising: paid and unpaid (organic listings that are generated via keyword searches.) The authors found that customers perceive organic listings that they themselves have “directed” as preferable, generating higher-dollar orders when compared to paid or sponsored ads. Thomas notes, “Catalogs and organic listings are the most effective at generating orders that
are of higher-dollar values, in our research context, and organic listings are virtually free. With cost data, one could argue that organic listings are better. Firms might want to push more investment dollars toward search engine optimization or making organic listings more salient.” A clear beneﬁt of search engine advertising to direct marketers is the increased reach to a greater number of “interested” consumers, similar to a highly narrowed, purchased list. But there was also a difference in ﬁrst-time buyers versus repeat customers. Marketers should focus on the whole customer relationship management spectrum to determine the lifetime value of a customer. The authors suggest that an organic listing is a “soft sell,” yet a paid listing is somewhere between “hard” and “soft” sell.
Predatory or Sunshine Trading? Finance Department Chair and Fabacher Endowed Professor of Alternative Asset Management Kumar Venkataraman
On the surface, the typical investor may understand that holding crude oil exchange-traded fund (ETF) shares is similar to investing in crude oil’s gains and losses. But an underperformance story surrounds these ETFs. Cox Finance Professor Kumar Venkataraman and coauthors demystify the puzzle surrounding the performance of crude oil ETFs. Curiously, the price of oil increased an average of nearly 4 percent yearly between April 2006 and October 2011, and the return of the USO ETF (United States Oil exchange-traded-fund), the largest and oldest oil ETF that is designed to track crude oil prices, was -12.79 percent. The performance of other crude oil ETFs largely mirrors USO. Understanding the investing strategy of the ETF is the key to unlocking the puzzle. Rather than purchasing barrels of crude oil, which would involve substantial storage costs, these ETFs hold positions in New York Mercantile
Exchange (NYMEX) crude oil futures contracts. The futures market price is based on the price at which one could take physical delivery of 1,000 barrels of oil at Cushing, Okla., in a speciﬁed month, though delivery is rare. Because these ETFs collectively manage billions of dollars and need to maintain large positions, they typically invest in the most liquid, shortest maturity futures contract. However, because a NYMEX contract expires each month, the strategy involves “rolling” positions on a monthly basis by selling the expiring contract and purchasing contracts with more distant expiration dates, in order to not take physical delivery of many barrels of oil. In 2009 and 2010, popular ﬁnancial news outlets reported that traders were taking advantage of the pre-announced trades of the oil ETFs, ensuing from the exact knowledge of when they would make their big trades. As the study found, however, the oil market in
The consumer is aware of the sponsored link acting as a ﬁrm’s solicitation and its increasing ranking on the search result page. However, because the consumer arrives at the sponsored link from a selfinitiated query, it is not perceived as overtly hard selling the way a catalog is. It is likely that consumer response to search engine advertising is more favorable than a catalog. “Direct marketers should not give up on their direct marketing efforts,” says Thomas. “But they need to manage the amount of resources directed toward catalog efforts versus search engine advertising. They should have a site that is attractive and tailored, and this may prove even more valuable for renewed marketing efforts.” “There is value in the customer coming to you organically via a search engine versus advertising to the customer,” she concludes.
particular is large, deep and resilient. It is also characterized as being very liquid, with liquidity providers and natural counterparties showing up around roll days and competing to get the best prices. Venkataraman and co-authors illustrate that predatory practices are not occurring during the roll period and support the theory that ”sunshine” trading practices are the norm surrounding crude oil ETF rolls. The key to understanding the poor performance of ETF share price as compared to the level of the crude oil price is the futures market term structure. Unlike other commodities, such as wheat, the futures market for crude oil is liquid and resilient. In such markets, the model developed in the study predicts that traders have an incentive to act as counterparties and provide liquidity to the ETF. Venkataraman concludes, “In less liquid markets that are not as resilient as oil, speculators have higher incentives to engage in predatory trading.” Venkataraman and his coauthors plan to analyze these less-liquid markets in future research. Fall 2012
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Marriage Stability, Taxation and Aggregate Labor Supply in the U.S. versus Europe Assistant Professor of Finance Indraneel Chakraborty
It’s a fact: Americans work more than Europeans — about 30 percent more. In the 1970s, this was not the case. “The largest contributing factor to the working American dynamic is women,” states Finance Professor Indraneel Chakraborty. More women work in the United States and work longer hours than in the 17 European countries studied. Chakraborty says, “Women are making relatively larger contributions to the workforce and to gross domestic product in the U.S.” People who work accumulate work experience, which leads to higher earnings. Service jobs, or “pink collar” jobs, have also increased in the U.S. Two factors explain nearly 60 percent of this phenomenon— divorce rates and taxes. The study indicates that higher divorce rates in the U.S. are a part of the story that explains 24 percent of the variation in U.S. women working more. A
popular explanation for labor participation differences is higher taxes on labor in Europe. This is more applicable for men than for women, according to the research. During the last 40 years, research reveals a sizeable difference in divorce rates between the U.S. and Europe. The authors hypothesized that more stable marriages provide implicit income and consumption insurance to the spouse who is not the main income earner in the family, thus giving her/him less incentive to accumulate market experience. Taxation also plays an important role in the decision to work. The data shows that Southern European countries have an average tax rate that is very similar to or lower than the U.S.’s, but the hours worked in these countries are notably fewer. However, the effective average tax rate is typically smaller in the Southern European countries, compared to the rest of Europe.
Taxes appear to be more of a factor in the difference in hours worked between the U.S. and Northern or Central European countries. A conclusion is that taxes are a very powerful explanation for male labor supply, while divorce and marriage rates explain female labor supply to a greater extent. In response to changing social norms, American women have moved to ensure their own future by working harder. Given government policies of higher taxation, in response, European men have found it less attractive to work long hours. Chakraborty and his fellow researchers conclude that with Europeans facing challenging economic and political times, perhaps policies related to taxation and women’s workforce participation could serve Europe well.
Bringing Innovation Down to Earth Associate Professors of ITOM Sreekumar Bhaskaran and Karthik Ramachandran
Everybody loves an innovator. Firms that roll out the latest ﬂashy product like smarter smartphones capture our collective imaginations. There is a dark side, however, for the innovating ﬁrm, when the operational aspects of new product development are overlooked. SMU Cox Professors Sreekumar Bhaskaran and Karthik Ramachandran, along with a coauthor, study a sometimes overlooked companion to innovation— the operations side that manages new product transitions, replacing the old with the new. On the surface, new product rollouts would appear to be relatively straightforward. They are managed by ﬁrms in all segments—consumer goods and technology, industrial products and even services. “This research paper is really about the moving parts and possible mismatches that can arise with new product development in conditions of changing, uncertain technology and competition,” relays Ramachandran. “Building a better mousetrap is ﬁne, but if you want to be a successful innovator you have to be careful in your operations, too,” surmises Ramachandran. “Operations strategy is cox.smu.edu
increasingly important in this fast-paced era of innovation.” Product managers have to manage the successful introduction of new products, while simultaneously maximizing potential from the product being phased out. Technological uncertainty is a key factor, says Bhaskaran, citing the example of a global manufacturer of cell phones. “Because this ﬁrm procures components from many suppliers, they need to make long-term commitments,” explains Bhaskaran. In one particular instance, this manufacturer wanted to procure additional units, but the supplier’s capacity had already been committed elsewhere and a major technology player was shut down. Ramachandran explains, “The cell maker lost ﬂexibility to time the introduction of the new product because the manufacturer was not sufﬁciently diligent in the operations side of innovation.” Inventory and development ﬂexibility should be used jointly to manage a product
transition. This area has not been addressed in the literature on inventory management or new product development. The authors propose a model that integrates operational decisions with product development decisions. The ﬁrm being modeled has to make the inventory decision for a current product while determining when to launch the new product, a decision that depends on its competitive positioning strategy. “The operational side of things should not be ignored when considering innovation,” concludes Bhaskaran. “In reality, you need both operations and innovation capabilities. They feed into each other. The ability to execute an innovation strategy depends critically on the strength of your operational capabilities.”
ARE YOU READY TO JUMP INTO THE IPO WATERS? Thereâ€™s no better way to raise growth capital, but going public takes a big effort.
BY CHAD WATT
The day of Ignite Restaurant Group’s initial public offering (IPO), CEO Ray Blanchette (EMBA ’04) and his executive team were on hand at the NASDAQ MarketSite ofﬁce in Times Square.
The single largest challenge for private companies looking to make the leap to the public markets is meeting the auditing, accounting and regulatory requirements of being public.
The team of 15 watched from a conference room as Ignite’s IRG ticker joined the crawl of nearly 3,000 other companies listed on the electronic exchange. The listing on May 11, 2012 seemed like the end of a journey that began years before inside Ignite. Five years earlier, the Houston-based parent company of Joe’s Crab Shack and Brick House Tavern + Tap restaurants hired auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers to begin ﬁling registration statements and ensuring Ignite ran a proﬁtable company. In summer 2011, Ignite began the work of courting investors when it hired its ﬁrst underwriter and ﬁled its intent to go public. That effort culminated with the company trading 5.8 million shares and raising $83.8 million in its IPO. Exactly one week later—on May 18— another symbol started scrolling across that same video board. It was Facebook’s FB, one of the most highly anticipated IPOs in recent m memory memory, and also one of the most disappoi inting. Although its IPO set a record disappointing. for total shares traded (580 million), its stock price faltered throughout the week. Consequently, the social network’s very public stumble made an already cool IPO market even cooler.
Broadly, global capital markets have seen fewer IPOs in 2012; however, the good news for those companies that dared to venture into the precarious market is that their IPOs are raising far more capital than in years past. According to the M&A intelligence news service mergermarket, deals done in 2010 and 2011 raised, on average, $240 million and $273 million each, respectively. That’s roughly half of the $482 million that IPOs have raised on average so far in 2012. Although entrepreneurs and executives may view an IPO as a pathway to ﬁnancial reward and validation of their efforts, the work it takes to prepare and the additional work that will follow should give them pause, says Jerry White, director of the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU Cox. “IPOs have been perceived as a glamorous and wonderful thing,” White says. “It is primarily a capital-raising mechanism. Is it right for you? You have to weigh the pros and cons.”
How do you prepare for an IPO?
The single largest challenge for private companies looking to make the leap to the public markets is meeting the auditing, accounting and regulatory requirements of being public. To get the accounting right and increase the chance of a smooth and successful IPO, companies should have at least three years of audited ﬁnancial data that meet the guidelines of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. Complying with those rules and regulations is an expensive proposition, even for the simplest of companies, says Wayne Shaw, who holds the Helmut Sohmen Endowed Professorship in Corporate Governance at SMU Cox. Cox alumnus Pablo Mercado (BBA ’98) is vice president of corporate development for Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. Prior to Forum, he worked on numerous IPOs while he was an investment banker at Credit Suisse. Mercado explains that preparing for Fall 2012
an IPO from the company side involves a great deal of behind-the-scenes work above and beyond just developing a great story and compelling marketing plan that investment banks typically focus upon. Many small company owners don’t realize that “going public” is such a lengthy and costly process, requiring incredible amounts of focus and manpower, not to mention capital, just in preparation for the big day. The Ignite team made the trip to New York for the ﬁrst day of trading straight from its road show—the weeks-long cross-country journey to pitch the company’s prospects to institutional investors, mutual fund managers and other big investors. All the while, the company had to maintain focus on the real business that it manages day to day. Fortunately, Ignite management stayed on task and enjoyed 15 straight quarters of sales growth, further strengthening its case for investors.
What you get with an IPO: money, more money and street cred
To be sure, a public listing generally dwarfs all other methods of capital-raising, says Darius Miller, Caruth Chair in Finance at Cox. “The healthiest way to think about an IPO is as a mechanism to tap the capital markets for growth,” Miller says. An IPO also creates a liquid market for owners and early investors to monetize the value of their ownership stakes, he notes. Mercado’s company, Forum Technologies Inc., raised $260 million in an April 17 initial public offering. Mercado explains that in addition to the initial capital raised, being public opens up the option for a company to raise additional funds in subsequent stock offerings or make acquisitions using stock as currency. For Ignite, the ability to raise capital was the main driver of its offering, Blanchette says. In some instances, an IPO can give a company more credibility with business partners and potential employees, notes William Maxwell, SMU Cox’s Rauscher Chair in Financial Investments and director of the EnCap Investments & LCM Group Alternative Asset Management Center. “There’s a marketing advantage to being
a public company if you’re trying to raise your proﬁle to sell more,” he says. “And it’s easier to attract employees to a public company [because] it opens up how you compensate employees.”
What you give up: control, privacy
For executives considering an IPO, those beneﬁts must be weighed very carefully against what they give up in the transition from private to public, Maxwell says: “Going public comes with the loss of control.” That can be a rude awakening for business owners, says Joe Dannenmaier, a partner at Thompson & Knight law ﬁrm in Dallas. “Once you’re public, you’ve got this complement of strangers in your ownership,” he says. Companies aiming to go public must recruit independent boards of directors and disclose details of their operations, accounting methods, risks and potential conﬂicts, Shaw says. Disclosing details of a company’s operations can be off-putting to the leaders of a private company, but in reality, the most important consumers of those details—the ﬁrm’s competitors—already know much of that information, Dannenmaier says.
When’s the right time for an IPO?
It’s not possible to say when a company is the right “size” for an IPO, according to Cox professors, because that varies across industries and company growth projections. Dannenmaier says a company is ready for an IPO when the investment banks start calling, offering to advise on such a transaction. For companies simply looking to raise capital, Maxwell recommends considering getting debt as a private company, because it is so cheap. Shaw echoes that, saying that companies should only consider going public if they can’t get sufﬁcient capital from other sources. Earlier stage companies should ﬁrst turn to friends, family, angel investors and venture capitalists for their initial lines of outside capital, White says. Even after a company is the right size with credible accounting, disclosures and good advisors, the act of ﬁling and completing an IPO is subject to timing that the company and its advisors just can’t control.
The IPO market has three temperatures: hot, lukewarm and cold, Maxwell notes. And following Facebook’s May 18 IPO, the market temperature appears to be cooling. The very high-proﬁle ﬂop of Facebook’s IPO was reminiscent of the dot-com era when public sentiment and hype trumped rational discussion, Maxwell recalls. “There’s a behavioral craziness that comes on.” Facebook’s IPO also included a high portion of individual investors trading in the stock at the IPO, which turned out to be bad for the investors and the broader markets, Maxwell says. Although Facebook may have added to the chill of the IPO market and discouraged other pre-IPO companies from jumping in, the reality is that much larger economic issues were having a negative impact. The European debt crisis, anemic stock market performance, American health care reform, the fall presidential election and tax system changes were all contributing to faltering consumer and investor conﬁdence. When the market becomes more inviting, companies should be ready to move. Mercado, who helped oilﬁeld services company Complete Production Services to a $624 million IPO in 2006, says investment bankers advise their clients to hurry up and wait. “The more you can do to be ready, it’s to your advantage,” he says. “You have to be ready because the market can be open at times, and closed at times.” Fortunately, for Ignite, its timing was good and the market appeared to be open. So what’s next for Ignite? With its IPO funding, the company plans to add 11 stores this year to the 122 Joe’s Crab Shack and 16 Brick House restaurants it currently operates. It will also use a portion of the capital to pay down debt. And even though May 11 was a day to celebrate, Blanchette wanted his people to know that it wasn’t the end of their journey— or their hard work. After the morning IPO ceremony, Ignite’s team conducted a handful of news interviews and was on a plane back to Houston that afternoon. Blanchette recalls, “I remember being in a conference room at NASDAQ and saying to the team, ‘This is not the end. This is a new beginning.’”
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Raymond Mimick earned his EMBA from the Cox School of Business in 2010, but even today, he never misses an opportunity to attend events with other alumni.
The Economist ranks SMU Cox No. 25 in the world for potential to network and alumni effectiveness, and it’s a ranking that is welldeserved, says Kevin Knox, assistant dean of external affairs and head of the Cox Alumni Association.
“I like to stay connected to the school. I know I can ask [other alumni] about things going on in our business, and they’ll give me feedback,” he says. In addition to frequently attending alumni events, Mimick still maintains contact with his 2009 “buddy”—a second-year student assigned to a ﬁrst-year MBA as a mentor—which he says has been helpful to gain candid feedback as his career advances. “I even met my old study group for dinner last week,” he says. “We try to stay in touch, and it is great to get together in person so we can catch up, see where everyone is and help each other out if we can.” That connection is part of the allure of Cox School of Business, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed beyond the school’s campus. The Economist ranks SMU Cox No. 25 in the world for potential to network and alumni effectiveness, and it’s a ranking that is well-deserved, says Kevin Knox, assistant dean of external affairs and head of the Cox Alumni Association. “People who have gone to Cox will always make themselves available for students and other alumni,” Knox says. “When I talk to people in the ﬁeld, they are always asking, ‘How can I help the students?’ It’s a mindset that starts at the top, and having the alumni association really helps. It creates a network that now has 40,000 people — and all of them are willing to help each other.” Knowing that they’re fellow alumni gives immediate caché to someone who is looking for anything from industry information to employment. “I have never heard of one alum getting in touch with another and being told, ‘I don’t have time for you,’” Knox says. “That’s just not the way we’re built.” Part of that powerful connection comes through alumni events, which are frequent and varied and allow ample opportunity for Cox grads to interact. Although they are designed for fun, they serve a greater purpose of building friendships and business relationships. “All you have to do is just show up, and you have access to this incredible network,” Knox says. “I have students ask me all the
time, ‘How do I tap into the network?’ and I tell them, all you need to do is show up. It’s that simple.”
Alumni making an impact
The results cannot be denied. SMU alumni are leaders in both their professions and their communities, serving as key business and civic leaders. Their touch is felt on numerous Fortune 500 companies and includes many C-level executives. Along with current students and school spending, alumni contribute to the $7 billion ﬁnancial impact that SMU has on the regional economy each year, according to the recently published SMU impact study. “Anyone who graduates from Cox and doesn’t take advantage of the opportunity to network with other alums is making a huge mistake,” Knox says. “If they don’t take time to get out there, somewhere, doing something and meeting these people, they’ll be lost. It’s all about building relationships, so when you need somebody, they’re there. All you have to do is call your friends.” Bob Beaudine That’s the premise (BBA ‘77) behind the book, The Power of Who: You Already Know Everyone You Need to Know, by Bob Beaudine (BBA ’77). A Cox alum and member of its associate board, Beaudine rethinks networking and explains that it’s not about ﬁnding new resources; it’s about better utilizing the ones you already have. “We’ve gone in the wrong direction,” he says. “People don’t see their friends and family as resources. They don’t want to ask friends for help, so they go out and try to meet strangers and ask them; then they wonder why it isn’t working. Why would someone who doesn’t know you want to help you? “True networking is done with friends, and friends are the ones who will open the door that gives you the chance to show favor,” Beaudine says. In fact, he notes 87 percent of all jobs are placed by a friend. With 16 million people looking for work, he says the odds of even getting in the door for an interview are dismal without the help of a friend or family member. And Beaudine says the fact that Fall 2012
70 percent of college students aren’t getting hired illustrates his point that sending out résumés to strangers is simply a waste of time. “You can’t get in if you’re not known,” he says. Cox students and alumni who utilize their available resources will ﬁnd opportunities that can open every door they’ve ever dreamed of walking through. Beaudine points to “an amazing faculty” that has contact with the country’s top CEOs and other business leaders, but students who fail to make a connection or create a relationship with faculty will miss out on the advice and access they are so willing to provide. “People at SMU have unbelievable family and friends. They come from good stock, and they know amazing people,” he points out. “The whole concept of networking is to create access. In reality, we need to stop ‘networking’ and start connecting.”
In his book, Beaudine identiﬁes the different spheres of inﬂuence in every person’s life, beginning with an “inner circle” of 12 close friends, then extending to “Who friends,” allies, advocates, acquaintances and, ﬁnally, fans. Making and maintaining those different alliances requires knowing the right way to connect. Fortunately, the Cox School recognizes the importance of networking and offers professional counseling and instruction to every Cox student. Dennis Grindle, director of the Career Management Center, partners with Diane Brouillard, Cox career coach, to teach a 12-hour course that trains students how to create their 30-second elevator pitch. Grindle and Brouillard also coach students how to talk with others, whether they might be in a job interview or at a social event. The class reminds students that networking isn’t just about a lot of superﬁcial introductions. “It’s a womb-totomb lifelong process, and it’s not how many people you know but how well you know them,” says Grindle.
Four key points for successful networking:
Be loose. “People are stiff and don’t know what to say,” Knox says. Remember, this is a conversation. Relax and have fun with it. Be soft. Part of making business connections sometimes means not being too business-like. “Don’t ask for a meeting; ask if you can visit with someone. Ask for advice or direction; ask someone how they did something. People love being able to share advice. You just have to ask!”
Be aware of what you’re saying. This is where practice comes in. Know what you want to say, and then practice it until it feels natural. Every person has a certain message they want to convey; know what yours is. Make yourself unique. Always share one thing about yourself that will make a lasting impression. Perhaps it’s something you’ve accomplished, such as driving a dogsled team. Or it could be as simple as being from a unique location or having an unusual hobby. “You want to be at least a little bit unique from everyone else,” Knox says, “because that’s what will make you stand out in someone’s mind.” For more, please turn to the inside back cover in this CoxToday to learn how alumni can become informed, involved and invested.
Alumni events allow ample opportunity for Cox grads to interact. Although they are designed for fun, they serve a greater purpose of building friendships and business relationships.
MU Unbridled: The Second Century Campaign is the largest fundraising initiative in SMU’s history, with an announced goal of raising $750 million by 2015. Thanks to the generosity of SMU alumni, parents and friends, the campaign has raised more than 80 percent of the total with three years left to complete the goal. Scholarships and student support, faculty and academic excellence and the campus experience are at the heart of this campaign, and these areas will deﬁne SMU’s second century. Annual alumni giving participation—no matter the amount—is equally deﬁning for SMU, which is why two of the goals for this campaign revolve around increasing alumni involvement on an annual basis, in perpetuity. SMU and the Cox School of Business thank all who have participated in, or plan to contribute to, this campaign. As of May 2, 2012 SMU made signiﬁcant progress toward its three campaign goals. Please visit smu.edu/SecondCentury to view updated quarterly status reports. To learn more about how your gift can continue this momentum, please contact the Cox Development Ofﬁce at 214.768.3074.
Campaign Yearly Alumni Participation Goal: 25% per year by 2015
Campaign Cumulative Alumni Participation Goal: 50% by 2015
Campaign Financial Goal: $750 million
MBA Military Enrollment and Scholarship Support on the Rise
uring recent years, the number of current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces enrolled at SMU’s Cox School of Business has grown signiﬁcantly, as more active duty and military veterans seek the value that an MBA experience brings to the transition between a successful military career and a successful business career. Marci Armstrong, associate dean of Graduate Programs, states, “These students want two things from an MBA program: an exceptional business education and a forum in which tactical military expertise can evolve into strategic business leadership skills. Cox is committed to their development. The characteristics, such as leadership skills, strategic vision and ethics, that these students reﬁned while in the military are the same qualities that will make them exceptional leaders in the private sector.” Each year, the Full-Time, Professional and Executive MBA programs at SMU Cox accept outstanding candidates from a variety of military backgrounds. As it is for all prospective students, the ability to ﬁnd funding for tuition is an important factor in the decision to enroll. As the population of military MBA applicants has increased at SMU, so has the need for scholarships that bridge the gap between federal reimbursement programs and the cost of tuition. Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control is one of several generous donors that recognized this need. James F. Berry, president, says, “As Americans we are all forever indebted to the men and women of the U.S. Military. In any way we can express that indebtedness, it is our moral obligation to do so. Providing scholarship funds to further the education of those who have served our great nation is one small way for our company to show its gratitude.” David B. Miller (BBA ’72, MBA ’73), managing partner at EnCap Investments, L.P., and his wife Carolyn had a similar response to this growing need. Miller says, “I have few regrets, but one is that I did not serve in the military. I also hearken back, as others in my generation do, to the disdainful treatment members of our armed services received when they returned from Vietnam. So I guess the net result of that for me is a strong desire to ﬁnd a way to express my gratitude and deepest respect to the young men and women who have put themselves in harm’s way to protect and defend not only us but what this
great country is about. Carolyn’s and my support of the Cox MBA Military Scholarship program has been an excellent avenue through which we can do that, and we are Dean Al Niemi, Jr. receives a commemorative flag flown in his honor in Afghanistan from most pleased to current and ex-military MBA students. be involved.” Milledge “Mitch” A. Hart, III, chairman, and Linda W. Hart (’65), vice chairman and CEO, of Hart Group, Inc. were immediately drawn to the opportunity to support former military students. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Mr. Hart states, “I very much appreciate what these men and women have done by serving our country and ﬁghting our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Linda and I made this scholarship gift as a way to express our appreciation and hope that it will ease their transition into the business world.” Charles Leary (MBA ’12), production engineer at Hunt Oil Co. in North Dakota and former U.S. Naval ofﬁcer, received one of these scholarships last year. “The tremendous generosity of donors to SMU veterans has a signiﬁcant impact on the lives of the men and women who served our country in the armed forces. These scholarships help ease the transition from the military to civilian life—we recipients are forever grateful to our fellow patriots.” For more information about supporting the scholarship fund for military students or other initiatives at SMU Cox, please contact the Cox Development Ofﬁce at 214.768.3074.
Current and ex-military MBA students with Dean Niemi (second from left), associate dean of Graduate Programs Marci Armstrong (front, center) and scholarship supporter for MBA military students David Miller, BBA ’72, MBA ’73 (back, center).
COXCALENDAR OF EVENTS
Cox Events April 12: 2011-12 Cox Rugby Club
October 13 SMU at Tulane
SMU vs. Houston, 7 p.m. Ford Stadium*
Homecoming SMU vs. Memphis, 2 p.m. Ford Stadium*
November 3 SMU at UCF
Cox MBA Fall Preview Day Contact: email@example.com
L. Frank Pitts Energy Leadership Award Luncheon 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Collins Center Contact: Catherine Maurer, 214.768.1595 firstname.lastname@example.org
SMU vs. Southern Miss, TBA Ford Stadium*
November 12 April 14: Cox ruggers in action at Duke MBA Rugby World Championships Tournament
D CEO Reception 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Collins Center Contact: Andrea Smith, 214.768.4266 email@example.com
Dallas 100TM Awards 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. Meyerson Symphony Center Contact: Ann Faison, 214.768.3030 firstname.lastname@example.org coxalums.com/dallas100
November 17 SMU at Rice
SMU vs. Tulsa, TBA Ford Stadium*
Cox Alumni Association Reception Atlanta, GA
April 15: More action from Duke tournament. Cox Rugby Club, first place, Mug Division
For information about upcoming events, go to smucoxalumni.com.
SMU Cox Corporate Relay Challenge Part of the MetroPCS Dallas Marathon (Formerly the Dallas White Rock Marathon) dallasmarathon.com *Dean’s Tailgate “On The Boulevard” begins two hours prior to kickoff at every home game in front of the Cox School of Business.
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April 23: Dean’s BBA Senior-Sendoff picnic: April Liz Lake and Caroline Farish, both BBA ’12.
May 11: Cox Finance Department and the Alternative Assets Program celebrated at a year-end reception with alumni, students and parents. Alumni receiving recognition: David Luttrell, Garrett Geiger, Santiago Nuñez, Will Fletcher, Zach Kayem and Michael Meltzer, all from the BBA ’09 class.
June 26: Cox Alumni Association, Katy Trail Ice House social hour: Troy Stirman, director of employer relations; Grant Garlock (MBA ’12); Alan Derum, (BBA ‘87).
ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Accounting: Hemang Desai ................................................................................214.768.3185 Finance: Kumar Venkataraman ..........................................................................214.768.7005 Information Technology and Operations Management: Amit Basu ................214.768.8257 Management and Organizations: Don Vandewalle .........................................214.768.1239 Marketing: Raj Sethuraman ...............................................................................214.768.3403 Real Estate/Insurance/Business Law: Bill Brueggeman ......................................214.768.3182 Strategy and Entrepreneurship: Gordon Walker ..............................................214.768.2191 ALUMNI AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS Assistant Dean of External Relations and Executive Director of the Cox Alumni Association: Kevin Knox .............................................................214.768.8338 BBA PROGRAM Associate Dean: Gary Moskowitz .......................................................................214.768.1575 BUSINESS INFORMATION CENTER Director: Sandy Miller .........................................................................................214.768.4113 CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship ...............................................................214.768.3689 Don Jackson Center for Financial Studies ..........................................................214.768.8256 EnCap Investments & LCM Group Alternative Asset Management Center .....214.768.8256 JCPenney Center for Retail Excellence ...............................................................214.768.3943 Maguire Energy Institute ....................................................................................214.768.3692 William J. O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom ..............................214.768.3251 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Business Intelligence Graduate Certificate Program.........................................214.768.1246 Entrepreneurship Certificate Program...............................................................214.768.3689 Graduate Finance Certificate Program ..............................................................214.768.4155 Graduate Marketing Certificate Program .........................................................214.768.2722 DEAN’S OFFICE Dean: Albert W. Niemi, Jr. ..................................................................................214.768.3012 DEVELOPMENT AND MAJOR GIFTS Director: Laran O’Neill ........................................................................................214.768.4988 EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Associate Dean: Frank Lloyd ...............................................................................214.768.3191 GRADUATE PROGRAMS Associate Dean: Marci Armstrong ......................................................................214.768.4486 MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS Assistant Dean: Lynda Welch Oliver ...................................................................214.768.3678 MBA BUSINESS LEADERSHIP CENTER/BBA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE Director: Paula (Hill) Strasser ..............................................................................214.768.3104 MBA CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER ..................................................................214.768.6227 MBA GLOBAL PROGRAMS Assistant Dean: Linda Kao ..................................................................................214.768.4754 SOUTHWESTERN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BANKING President and CEO: Scott MacDonald ................................................................214.768.2995 SPEAKER SERIES Bank of Texas Business Leaders Spotlight Series ...............................................214.768.3030 Ernst & Young Management Briefing Series .....................................................214.768.4266 L. Frank Pitts Oil and Gas Lecture Series ............................................................214.768.3692 O’Neil Center Speaker Series ..............................................................................214.768.4210 Southwest Venture Forum ..................................................................................214.768.3689
The Life of an Endowment
t SMU Cox, we remain forever indebted to our supporters. Without them, we would never have attained the level of success and national reputation enjoyed today. Our donors are responsible not only for our ability to attract internationally acclaimed professors, but they also enable us to offer scholarships to gifted students who might otherwise never have attended SMU. As a result, the diversity and strength of our student body continues to improve year after year. When a donor funds an endowment, SMU ensures that the gift is invested and protected so it continues to provide immense beneﬁt in perpetuity. In the words of SMU Cox Dean Al Niemi, Jr., “Great universities became that way because they hired and retained outstanding faculty who then taught exceptional students. Our donors and supporters are instrumental in our relentless pursuit of excellence. We can never thank them enough.” Few donor efforts have been as longstanding and proliﬁc at SMU as those by Leo Corrigan, Sr. and his family. In 1912, Leo Corrigan, Sr. came to Dallas with $10 in his pocket. Sixty years later, he was known as “the country’s biggest landlord” with hotels and apartment buildings spanning from coast-to-coast. The New York Times reported that he even tried several times to buy the Empire State Building.
He was also a generous philanthropist who believed in the power of education even though he never went beyond grammar school. In 1974, Leo Sr. established the Clara R. and Leo F. Corrigan Sr. Endowed Professorship in Real Estate. The endowment still thrives today via Professor William B. Brueggeman, chair of the Real Estate Department. He teaches courses in economics, ﬁnance, real estate ﬁnance, real estate and urban land economics/development and corporate ﬁnance – beneﬁtting the same industry in which his chair’s namesake staked his claim and began a family tradition of giving back. In 1977, the Corrigan family legacy of generosity continued when Leo Sr.’s son, Leo Corrigan, Jr., (’48) established an endowment known as the Marilyn R. and Leo F. Corrigan, Jr. Endowed Professorship. This endowment was instrumental in supporting and retaining tenured professors at Cox who had national reputations of excellence. In 1990, again the Corrigans
expanded their impact on education by extending their endowment to junior faculty, via annual fellowships, and student scholarships. For almost 50 years, the Corrigan family—several of whom have attended SMU (Mary Corrigan Livingston ’00 and Leo F. Corrigan IV ’00)—has had tremendous impact on SMU and the Cox School. Their triumphs in business are legendary, but they are equally known for how they shared their success with others in the community by being civic leaders, industry mentors and philanthropists. In May 2011, Leo Corrigan, Jr. was inducted into the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors’ Hall of Fame. His sons, David and Leo Corrigan, accepted the honor on his behalf. As quoted in the Dallas Business Journal, David said, “This area has been so generous to our family, and it has meant so much to us as a company; my father believes—we all believe—that it is our responsibility to give back. You don’t take from your community and then give back in other places. The old adage about leaving someplace better than you found it pretty much describes our mentality. It is our responsibility to reinvest in an area that has given so much to us.” SMU Cox is forever grateful that the Corrigan family calls SMU and Dallas “home.”
C O X H O N O R R O L L OF D O N O R S
Cox Honor Roll of Donors We are grateful to the alumni, parents and friends who provide ﬁnancial support to the Cox School of Business. Listed here are those individuals who made contributions June 1, 2011 — May 31, 2012. Anonymous (9) Jonathan A. Abele and Nicole S. Abele ‘12 Paul A. Abney ‘80 and Vicky Lynn Abney Ravi Achukola Antoine C. Acklin ‘10 Keith R. Actkinson ‘83 Allan E. Adami ‘05 and Melissa F. Adami ‘05, ‘06 Caroline K. Adams ‘99 and Chris C. Adams John L. Adams and Suzanne L. Adams Kelsey M. Adams ‘12 Korey K. Adams ‘11 Mark W. Adams ‘03 Barry Adamson and Suzanne D. Adamson Marilyn S. Addison ‘73 and Steve M. Addison ‘73 Beth M. Addy ‘04 Sherry Adell and Stephen D. Adell ‘79 Andrew Adelman and Wendy L. Adelman ‘90 Eric K. Adjei Nicole L. Adkins ‘94 and Robert L. Adkins Gary Agnew and Lynda L. Agnew ‘84 Delali K. Agradi Andrew B. Ahern ‘85 and Kristin Ahern Muzamil S. Ahmad ‘12 Omar A. Ahmad ‘11 Asif B. Ahmed ‘02 Deborah L. Ahmed ‘01 and John Ahmed Michael Charles Andrew Aide and Natalie C. Aide ‘96 Andrew I. Aihie ‘05 Michael W. Aiken ‘10 Steven Aitkenhead Bran ‘10 Audrey E. Akers ‘12 Deborah B. Akers and John Frederick Akers Marion Albanese-Adriani Charles B. Albright ‘85 cox.smu.edu
George B. Alden ‘50 Steven J. Aldrich ‘11 Carrie S. Alexander ‘88 and Jerry Alexander David E. Alexander and Sandy W. Alexander Erin M. Alexander ‘78 and William B Alexander Linda J. Alexander ‘82 and Michael Alexander Amir Ali ‘06 Danish N. Ali ‘10 Linda D. Ali and Steven M. Ali ‘93 Elizabeth N. Allen ‘04 Jeffrey B. Allen Travis E. Allen ‘12 Michael P. Alley ‘08 Alexandra E. Allred Richard G. Alm Eduardo Altamirano ‘03 Amy E. Altizer ‘03 Alona K. Alton ‘04 Kenneth Z. Altshuler and Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler ‘48 Craig W. Aman ‘09 Evelyn G. Ammons and Robert C. Ammons ‘63 Kristine A. Amon and William J. Amon Julie N. Amundson ‘12 Ike Anand ‘03 Harish Ananthamurthy ‘11 Julie Ann Anders and Todd A. Anders ‘94 Charles E. Anderson ‘55 Dirk M. Anderson ‘73 and Marybeth K. Anderson ‘73 Elizabeth M. Anderson ‘77 and Kenneth W. Anderson ‘81 Paul L. Andres ‘05 Wade Andres and Yvette M. Thompson ‘89 Barry G. Andrews and Lana K. Andrews Melissa Andrews and Thomas C. Andrews ‘98 Robert G. Andrews ‘02 and Suzanne M. McCarron Thomas S. Andrews ‘10, ‘11 Hannah L. Andrus ‘08, ‘09 Stacey J. Angel John D. Angle Salman Ansari ‘10 Kelly E. Anthony ‘12 Jesus A. Arce ‘01 and Gurmit K. Brarrad William K. Arechiga ‘11 Ashley K. Arendale ‘05, ‘06 Laura D. Arends and Michael K. Arends ‘75 James F. Arens ‘88 and Kathryn V. Arens Claudia Arias ‘08 and Pedro Carreon David K. Armstrong and Marcia Armstrong Greg L. Armstrong and Melinda L. Armstrong Jennifer M. Armstrong ‘97 and Rod Armstrong Stephanie R. Armstrong and Timothy W. Armstrong ‘89, ‘05 George W. Arnau ‘84 and Jane Baughan Arnau Patricia M. Arnett ‘73 and T. C. Arnett Charlie B. Arnold ‘58 and Kathleen W. Arnold
Pamela Arnold and Rodney G. Arnold ‘84 Susan M. Arnold ‘87 Felix T. Arroyo ‘89 and Zana S. Olson Arroyo Fareed A. Asadi ‘96 Karlene Asadi Andy S. Atalis ‘81 and Elaine Atalis Tyler P. Atha ‘09 Parker M. Atherton ‘01 Terrance B. Atkins ‘07 William J. Atkins ‘85 Mark A. Atkinson ‘12 Lisa H. Attwood ‘84 and W. M. Attwood Bennett B. Aufill ‘87 and Mary Ella Keeter Aufill Lisa Lynn Auste and Matthew M. Auste ‘05, ‘11 Connie S. Austin and Jeffrey R. Austin Shauna K. Austin Brandon O. Avance ‘07 Gashaw B. Ayalew ‘07 Christine M. Ayonga ‘10 Darlene M. Ayoub ‘78 and Joseph A. Ayoub Bradley W. Ayres ‘01, ‘02 and Dana W. Ayres ‘04 Mohammed Azam Khan ‘05 Gulzar Aziz ‘10 Samba A. Ba ‘07 Manas S. Babbili ‘05 Lauren M. Babis ‘09 Fidel Baca and Susan A. Baca Michael A. Baca and Sharon J. Baca ‘81 Brandon S. Bachner ‘06 Veronica M. Bacica ‘11 Clark H. Bacon ‘04 Perry H. Bacon Brian E. Badillo ‘09 James C. Bagby ‘06 Ava J. Bagheri ‘97 Jane C. Bagwell ‘76 and John C. Bagwell ‘62 Alison W. Bailey ‘97, ‘07 Barbara A. Bailey ‘73, ‘74 Erin E. Bailey ‘10 Robert S. Baiter ‘73 Joshua D. Bakarich Amy W. Baker Christie Reno Baker and Timothy A. Baker ‘77 Jann H. Baker ‘56 James C. Baker ‘97 and Linda Baker Tara L. Baker ‘05 Norton Baker ‘56, ‘59 and Jane BakerMinkley Ramji Balasubramanian ‘10 Laura C. Baldwin ‘05 Heather M. Balestri ‘93, ‘99 and Ray A. Balestri C. Fred Ball ‘66, ‘68 and Charlotte L. Ball ‘69 James D. Ballard ‘12 Erica T. Balogh ‘91 Missy Balthrope and Will W. Balthrope ‘85 Timothy J. Bandy ‘10 Darella L. Banks ‘89 and Rick Banks Carleene Bankston † and Wesley E. Bankston ‘85 William T. Barbee ‘75
Note: † denotes someone who is deceased.
Robert F. Bardwell ‘80 Kim E. Barger ‘02 Robert H. Barham ‘92 and Shannon M. Barham Lucy B. Barlow ‘61 and Samuel S. Barlow ‘60 Jesse A. Barnard David A. Barned ‘03 and Laura Barned Douglas M. Barnell ‘91 and Laurie Barnell Charles L. Barnes ‘09 J. H. Barnes ‘04 Aaron Barnett Joe P. Barnett Rebecca A. Barnett ‘10 Stephen G. Barnett ‘69, ‘72, ‘76, and Candice T. Chandler ‘68 John C. Barney ‘04 Charles A. Barns ‘54 Clara Baroncelli ‘02 and James Theodoras Raul E. Barreto Bill Bartek and Alice L. Lin ‘01 Daniel L. Barth ‘96 and Twyla Barth Charlotte L. Barto and John J. Barto ‘01 John W. Barton ‘78 and Shannon K. Barton ‘78 Katherine C. Bartush ‘09 Alberto E. Basave Guzman ‘04 Brian Edward Bascom and Lisa F. Bascom ‘87 Eric R. Base ‘99, ‘00 Lauren N. Basham ‘12 Yasir Bashir Mouzon Bass ‘60 and Nancy Bass ‘60 Michael B. Bates ‘05 Lee B. Batson ‘05 Amanda M. Battaglia ‘08 Marisela N. Batts and Robert L. Batts ‘87 Philip M. Bauer ‘71 Ryan P. Bauer ‘09 Christopher C. Bauman ‘11, ‘12 Nabil M. Bawa Gurshaman S. Baweja ‘99 Elizabeth L. Baxley ‘10 Judith M. Baylan ‘08 Amy K. Bays and Matthew T. Bays ‘08 Leslie C. Bazzoon ‘89 Ellen A. Beadling ‘76 Alyssa F. Beal ‘97 and Spencer E. Beal ‘99 Jean C. Beasley Kathleen Beathard ‘94, ‘00 Genie M. Beaver ‘00 and Todd H. Beaver ‘99 Hamilton S. Beazley ‘77 Kalita H. Beck and Edward W. Blessing Clinton J. Beer ‘06 Gail E. Ahrens and George P. Beer ‘84, ‘89 James B. Beeson ‘09 and Jonnie Beeson Deborah L. Begert ‘70 and Robert F. Begert ‘67, ‘71 Courtney M. Behan ‘03 Mary M. Behncke ‘01 Brett D. Bekavac ‘08 Conner J. Belden ‘10 Christopher P. Belden and Susan S. Belden Bradley B. Bell ‘06 and Cortney M. Bell ‘05, ‘06 David W. Bell ‘88 and Elizabeth M. Bell
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Sarian E. Bell ‘80 Susan R. Bell Crystal Belmares ‘01 Kelly S. Bemis ‘11, ‘12 Martha A. Bendandi ‘04 and Maurizio Bendandi Denise Bender and Mark S. Bender ‘89 Hua Bender ‘04 Virginia E. Bender ‘05, ‘12 Matt Benedick Derek J. Bengtson ‘06 Jonathan E. Bennett ‘04 and Julie Bennett John T. Benton ‘67 and Susan S. Benton Zakaria M. Benyacoub Scott Berens ‘12 Marissa L. Berenson ‘12 Allison P. Bereswill Charles A. Berg ‘08 Kenneth E. Berg ‘91 and Sarah A. Berg Robert A. Berkland ‘10 Charles M. Berlau ‘79 Daniel W. Berman ‘09 Casey P. Bernard and James M. Bernard ‘02 Phoebe C. Berndt Andrew G. Bernhardt ‘10, ‘11 Christopher J. Bernish ‘93 and Debra Bernish Adam S. Berry ‘12 James F. Berry and Valorie Berry Charles A. Besio ‘74 and Sharon J. Besio Rhys J. Best ‘71 and Sue E. Best Claire Betts and Craig M. Betts ‘89 Bhrigu Bhardwaj ‘11 Sreekumar R. Bhaskaran Nilabhra Bhattacharya Poossenjeet Bhattacharya ‘12 Andrew P. Biancardi ‘96 Anne H. Biard ‘00 LeeAnn Biavaschi and Scott J. Biavaschi ‘97 Mallory L. Biegler ‘12 George H. Billingsley Jennifer O. Bishop ‘89 and Stephen P. Bishop ‘96 Deepti R. Biswal ‘10 Brock D. Bizzell ‘09 Albert C. Black ‘95 and Gwyneith N. Black Joan C. Blackmar and Roger W. Blackmar ‘54 Jamie Mohn Blackstone and Ronald J. Blackstone ‘85 David W. Blair Erin Conner Blair and Todd M. Blair ‘85 John Blake and Shannon D. Blake ‘89 Raymond (Ray) A. Blanchette ‘04 Jennifer L. Blanda ‘09 Patrick A. Blasdell ‘07 David P. Bleakley and Kay B. Bleakley Allison Blessing and Cliff D. Blessing ‘10 Georgene S. Bleuler and Jack H. Bleuler ‘48 Bryan E. Blevins ‘09 Rush B. Blevins ‘04 Joseph M. Blomker and Kimberly D. Blomker Charles L. Bloomer ‘01 Scott C. Blount ‘09 Donald N. Blue ‘12 Christy Blum and Russell D. Blum ‘10
Beverly Blumenthal Karen F. Blumenthal ‘90 and Scott McCartney Lori K. Blumenthal ‘85 Charlie M. Bogan Brenda G. Bogart and William R. Bogart ‘81 Kevin M. Bogenreif ‘11 Jilene K. Boghetich ‘76 and Tony Boghetich ‘75 Hemant Bohra ‘08 David B. Boldrick ‘70 and Susan Boldrick M. C. Bolen ‘81, ‘85 and Nancy C. Bolen ‘83 Jane R. Bolin and Pat S. Bolin ‘73 Kathryn C. Bolinger ‘78 and Timothy W. Bolinger ‘75 Benjamin K. Boller ‘92 David Bolour ‘10 Michael Bond Barry L. Boniface ‘84 and Lora C. Boniface ‘84 William D. Bonilla ‘08 Elia Bonilla-Mathe and Salvador BonillaMathe ‘75 Marla Hays Boone ‘68 and Michael M. Boone ‘63, ‘67 Beth B. Boring ‘80 and Bruce McGill Boring Ron C. Borschow ‘60 Judy D. Bostdorff and W. A. Bostdorff ‘67 Kathleen A. Boszak ‘07 Andres Boullosa ‘10 Carol Bourland ‘70 and J. K. Bourland ‘67 Christopher T. Bowen Michael C. Bower ‘11 Alec J. Bowers ‘11, ‘12 Donald E. Bowles and Jane R. Bowles Deborah Bowles and Gerald L. Bowles ‘71 John D. Bowman ‘99 and Marjorie D. Bowman Bobbie M. Boyd ‘79 Steven M. Boydstun ‘06 Andrew D. Boyett ‘12 and Meghan M. Boyett ‘12 David L. Boyett ‘72 and Kathy P. Boyett ‘75, ‘03 Kelly Boyington ‘06 Kathy Boylan and Peter C. Boylan ‘86 Alan J. Brackett ‘05 John D. Braddock ‘09 Michael K. Bradford ‘12 Mark E. Bradley ‘01 Dianne R. Bradley and Mark A. Bradley ‘87 Marion C. Bradley ‘78 and Rex A. Bradley Claire W. Bradley and William D. Bradley ‘82 Adriane M. Bradway ‘12 Peggy B. Braecklein Ashley D. Bragg ‘07, ‘08 and Scott B. Bragg ‘08 Andrew J. Braithwaite ‘12 Emily E. Brandt Jeffrey W. Brant ‘81 and Victoria Brant Gerald P. Braun ‘83, ‘87 and Laura L. Braun ‘87 Teresa Bond Braun and William A. Braun ‘82 Jeanie S. Brazelton ‘76
Jon T. Breazeale ‘96 and Kristin E. Breazeale ‘95 Shelley K. Bredewater ‘01 Matthew R. Bregman ‘05 Eric M. Breidenbach ‘92 and Sheryl Mathers Breidenbach John Bremer ‘98 Jamie L. Brennan ‘99 Amy M. Brenner ‘97 and Matthew S. Brenner ‘96, ‘99 Jacqueline Brenner and Jules S. Brenner ‘02 Leigh E. Bresnahan ‘10 Rebecca R. Bridges ‘01 Gina L. Bridwell and Tucker S. Bridwell ‘73, ‘74 John Briggs and Traci S. Briggs ‘94 Ella M. Bright Briggs A. Briner ‘06 Clark B. Briner ‘01 Staci R. Brinkman ‘10 Harris A. Bristol ‘06, ‘07 Sue Ellen Brittain and Vic Brittain ‘71 Ben Britten Keith M. Britton ‘08 Charles A. Brizius ‘91 Barry E. Brock and Dinah L. Swinehart Brock ‘75 Helen E. Brock ‘11 Anne M. Brock ‘81 and Richard H. Brock Renee R. Brockinton ‘11 L. Penny Broderick and William H. Broderick John E. Bromberg Karen P. Bromley ‘88 and Kent D. Bromley ‘88 Reid T. Bronson ‘85 Christina A. Brooks and Francis A. Brooks ‘85 Micah C. Brooks ‘10 Parker B. Brooks ‘12 B. T. Brookshire and Michelle H. Brookshire ‘81 LeRoy H. Brorson ‘72, ‘75 Charles M. Brosseau ‘07 Leah K. Broussard ‘03 Mark Broussard ‘91 Ann H. Brown ‘71 and J. W. Brown ‘68, ‘71, ‘73 April C. Brown ‘08 Brant M. Brown ‘10 Brian L. Brown ‘78 and Kathleen J. Brown Christopher A. Brown Bruce D. Brown ‘90 and Dorothy Brown Edward S. Brown ‘05 Elizabeth Brown and Jon Brown ‘04 Gary R. Brown ‘78, ‘95 and Melanie Brown Charles C. Brown and Katherine G. Brown ‘08 Anne B. Brown and Melville M. Brown ‘65 Neil W. Brown ‘80 Bertrand J. Brown and Veree H. Brown ‘96 Todd E. Browndyke ‘11 Heather Brownlee and Stephen B. Brownlee ‘03 Debbie M. Brown-Zellner ‘77 and Randall R. Zellner Allison A. Brubaker ‘08
Tiffany Bruckert Alan P. Bruderer ‘97 and Lotty Sandoval Brandon D. Brumfield ‘05 Peter D. Brundage and Susan G. Brundage Philip M. Brunger ‘06 Robert J. Bruns Benjamin Q. Brunt ‘97 Douglas D. Bruton and Karol Bruton James Bryan and Patricia R. Bryan Richard F. Bryan ‘86 Deborah Bryson and Vance C. Bryson ‘95 Ellen L. Bradley ‘88 and Brian Buchan Angela S. Buchholz ‘85 and Robert A. Buchholz ‘85 Ryan A. Buchman ‘12 Shruti Buckley and Thomas J. Buckley ‘93 Elaine E. Bullock and William B. Bullock ‘81 Roger W. Bumgarner ‘72 and Terri G. Bumgarner ‘72 Elizabeth B. Burger and James B. Burger ‘66 Donald A. Burgio ‘94, ‘09 Brooks F. Burgum ‘11 Arthur I. Burke ‘97 Cassie Burke ‘12 Kara J. Burkett ‘12 B. Tillman Burnett and B. T. Burnett ‘00 Lauren D. Burnett ‘11, ‘12 Claire Marie Landry Burns and Roger W. Burns ‘82 David C. Burns ‘88 Scott A. Burns ‘11, ‘12 Kara Burnstein and Michael L. Burnstine ‘87 Emanuel C. Burrell ‘80 Jamie L. Burress ‘98 Jeffrey W. Burrow ‘97 George R. Burtner ‘72 and Mary K. Burtner Christopher D. Burton ‘08 Michael P. Buscher ‘10 Dana F. Bush ‘94, ‘06 and Joe Gene Bush Laine M. Bushart ‘11, ‘12 Eric Bushnell Emily C. Butler ‘05 Karl Butler Rajeha Butt ‘11 Mary R. Byerley ‘78, ‘79 and Robert E. Durrett Susan G. Byerley and William M. Byerley ‘75, ‘76 Robert D. Cadenhead ‘77 Paul M. Cadmus ‘78 Amy P. Cahill ‘11 Dennis R. Cail ‘07 Matthew H. Cain ‘09, ‘12 T. Randall Cain Michael J. Calabria ‘75 Ulderico Calero ‘08 Lynda J. Calkin ‘83 and Mark Wolf Jorge Cambero Alicia T. Cammon ‘84 and Roger E. Cammon Aneshia Campbell ‘08 Ann T. Campbell Erin L. Campbell ‘10 Amanda C. Campbell and Gregory D. Campbell ‘00 Jane Campbell ‘75 Fall 2012
Genny S. Campbell and Nicholas P. Campbell ‘80 Eva Fuller Campbell and Norman D. Campbell ‘81 Sheila K. Campbell ‘85 Jerry A. Candy ‘67 and Suzanne Billig Candy Kristin M. Canfield ‘10 Scott J. Canfield ‘83 Nicole M. Cangelosi ‘09, ‘11 Henry Canizales ‘08 Matthew D. Canon ‘09 Elizabeth Cantrill ‘70 and Thomas H. Cantrill ‘70 Neil J. Carew ‘12 Franck Carlier ‘05 Daniel C. Carlisle ‘03 Brooke R. Carlock Patricia M. Carlson and Thomas C. Carlson ‘54 Douglas R. Busker ‘95 and Sarah Marie Carlson C. C. Carmichael ‘88 and Janet M. Carmichael Sean M. Carney ‘12 Michael F. Carp ‘80 Carl L. Carpenter ‘49 Carlos A. Carpizo ‘98 Brenda H. Carr and James G. Carr ‘74 Holly B. Carroccio ‘87 and Nick A. Carroccio Barbara D. Carson ‘75 Jay B. Carson Kim Carson Clayton M. Carter ‘11, ‘12 Denise G. Carter and John S. Carter ‘01 Gregory B. Carter Gregory J. Carter ‘10 and Jennifer C. Key Julia K. Carter ‘08 Cynthia D. Carter ‘81 and Richard Carter Mitchell D. Cartmell ‘97 Nathaniel R. Carty ‘00 Jose R. Carvajal ‘11 Katy Cary ‘11 Eric Casey ‘90 Eric Casey ‘02 Neil E. Casey ‘85 Ashley B. Cash ‘94 and Clay Collin Cash Eileen B. Cason ‘83 and Mark A. Cason Mary C. Castella ‘84 and Tomas P. Castella ‘85 Luis A. Castellanos ‘12 Robert W. Caston ‘73 Jorge J. Castro ‘98 and Ximena Castro Carlton A. Catalani ‘98 and Erin E. Catalani Thomas G. Cathey ‘08 Christina B. Cavalier ‘10 Sarah Caviness and Trevor W. Caviness ‘97 Dana C. Centola ‘11 Robert S. Ceplo ‘90 and Seana M. Ceplo Norberto P. Chaclin ‘05 Andrew Lee Chaffin and Lyndal Chaffin ‘89, ‘04 Joby C. Chaffin Robert W. Chalmers ‘05 and Stacy Chalmers Christine M. Chambers ‘05 and Stephen Chambers cox.smu.edu
Konrad G. Chan ‘98 Stephanie M. Chan ‘12 Joanna H. Chancy ‘86 and Mark A. Chancy ‘86 Sandeep Chandel ‘05 Allison P. Chandler ‘11 William C. Chaney ‘12 Sudhir Channabasappa ‘01 Cynthia C. Chapman ‘69 and Steven M. Chapman ‘69 John R. Chapman ‘10 Lauren C. Chapman ‘11 Brandy Chapman and Nathan G. Chapman ‘04 Richard M. Chappell ‘00 and Shannon L. Chappell ‘00 Meghan A. Charles ‘10 Matthew K. Chase ‘04 Christopher Chastain and Dana M. Chastain Rohit Chaudhry ‘10 Rachel C. Cheeks ‘02 Kenneth Chen ‘05 Kristy L. Chen ‘01, ‘09 Dana Cheneler and John B. Cheneler ‘93 Agnes Cheng and James L. Smith Preston C. Cheng ‘11 Richard Cheng ‘08 Thomas C. Chenoweth ‘09 Frank A. Cheshire ‘78 and Patricia Elaine Cheshire Richard A. Chesney Roshini Chetan ‘12 Laurence Y. Chiang ‘10 James Chier and Debra J. Coleman ‘74 Mark K. Childs ‘12 Sherman L. Chisom ‘97 Megan E. Chiste ‘02 Shalane S. Choate ‘05 Andrew P. Chodur ‘12 Jung H. Chon ‘05 Manvinder S. Chopra ‘98 Kshitij Choudhary ‘12 and Venkatesan Sriranjani Charles G. Christ ‘12 Joshua J. Christiansen Aaron M. Christopherson ‘11 Craig Christopherson ‘70 Alan P. Chuang ‘10 Matt B. Church ‘11, ‘12 Nicholas J. Ciriaco ‘09 Ignacio J. Cisneros Allen B. Clark ‘70 and Linda Clark Barbara H. Clark and William J. Clark ‘71 Chandler F. Clark ‘05 Donald F. Clark ‘10 H. B. Clark ‘76 and Laura M. Clark James E. Clark ‘05 and Jennifer B. Clark Jill Morgan Clark and John E. Clark ‘75 Laura Bryan Clark and Ray H. Fox ‘82 Meredith Alysha Magers Clark and Robert H. Clark, Jr. ‘93, ‘97 Patrick N. Clark ‘06, ‘07 John U. Clarke ‘76 Albert R. Clauser ‘74 Benjamin R. Clayton ‘08, ‘09
Elizabeth L. Clayton ‘12 Jennings C. Clement and Mary Anne A. Clement ‘82 Alice Clifton and Herbert R. Clifton ‘50 Christopher M. Clifton ‘08 Bill Cline and Debra K. Cline ‘95 Molly C. Cline ‘65 Robert L. Cline ‘02 Christi C. Clinger ‘03 James R. Clonts ‘11 Barbara Cluck ‘56 and Del Cluck Jennifer A. Clyde ‘85 and Robert A. Clyde ‘85 Aaron A. Coats ‘11 Todd M. Coble ‘08 Erin Cochran ‘11, ‘12 Jonathan D. Cochran Kyle D. Coe ‘10 Daniel M. Cofall ‘85 Addison Cohen and Trevor M. Cohen ‘05 Robert M. Cohen ‘12 John R. Cole ‘11 Catherine D. Coleman ‘11, ‘12 Kalere Jacob Coleman and Phillip Coleman ‘05 Walter H. Coleman ‘49 † Blake B. Collier ‘85 Catherine A. Collins ‘78 Marty P. Collins ‘95, ‘98 Bruce L. Collins ‘50 and Mary R. Collins ‘53 David N. Collins and Nina O. Collins Richard W. Collins ‘08 Seth B. Collins ‘11 Mary Baxter Colombi and Paolo E. Colombi ‘75 Angelina F. Colquitt and John B. Colquitt ‘61 John B. Colquitt ‘05 Susan F. Colwell ‘83 and Wesley H. Colwell Gail P. Colwick and John M. Colwick ‘64, ‘66 Gus H. Comiskey ‘62 and Karen Comiskey Pat Compton and Walter K. Compton ‘83 William D. Compton and Lauren Thomas Compton ‘01 Marcus B. Concienne Allan R. Conge ‘83 and Tracy T. Conge James E. Conley ‘91 Allison R. Connally ‘99 and Daniel Connally Duane Connell ‘93 and Jane Connell Margo Connell and Michael L. Connell ‘90 Anne K. Connolly ‘99 John Lee Connor and Barbara B. ErricksonConnor ‘81 Terry G. Connor and Gregory M. Swalwell ‘79 Charles R. Constant ‘02 and Meridith Constant Frederik A. Constantinesco and Liz D. Constantinesco Laurie B. Conway ‘08 Anne F. Conwell ‘80 and Melvin D. Conwell Christine A. Cook ‘91 and Christopher T. Cook ‘91 Courtney Cook and David R. Cook ‘91 Hayley A. Cook ‘12 Kate Cook and Player P. Cook ‘97 David A. Cook ‘90 and Kelly McMahon Cook
Martha H. Cook Allison S. Cooley ‘11, ‘12 Chase E. Cooley ‘10 Glenn M. Coombs ‘05 Heidi C. Cooper ‘75 Herschel L. Cooper ‘08 Linda B. Cooper ‘71 and Thomas G. Cooper Mary H. Cooper ‘91 Sonja C. Corbin Thomas J. Corbin ‘09 Karen A. Corby ‘05 Anna M. Corcoran ‘83 and Ron J. Corcoran Kathy G. Cordeiro Ann P. Corley ‘45 and O. P. Corley ‘53 Benjamin L. Corona ‘06 Stephen A. Corona ‘80 Ann G. Corrigan and Hugh Corrigan ‘71, ‘75 Jennifer N. Cortez ‘10 G. S. Corwin ‘80 Milly Ann Corwin and Paul A. Corwin ‘91 Russell D. Cosby ‘79 and Vangela L. Cosby Maria C. Cote Michael B. Cottrell ‘10 Floyd W. Coulter ‘56 Kristin M. Coulter ‘99 and Daniel A. Goe ‘99 David Counce and Stacey T. Counce ‘00 Chase A. Courtney ‘10, ‘11 Justin Courtney Bonnie S. Cox and Rody P. Cox Curtis C. Cox ‘07 and Lauren B. Cox ‘07 Edwin L. Cox ‘42 Anne W. Cragg ‘52 Elizabeth S. Crandall and Stephen M. Crandall ‘92 Elizabeth W. Crane ‘03 and Robert Crane Keith L. Cravens ‘74, ‘09 Keith R. Crawford ‘81 and Sally W. Crawford Carter Creech ‘60, ‘73 Betina Sauerzopf Cregg and Robert Cregg ‘87 Cathleen E. Crews ‘12 Michael J. Crews Mitchell Cribbs Helen A. Crichton and Thomas Crichton Ellen H. Crim ‘82 and Randy Crim Steven M. Croce ‘09, ‘10 Martha K. Crockett ‘87 and Scott Crockett James W. Crofford ‘11 Eric R. Croll ‘94 and Jennifer Croll Barend J. Cronje Christopher P. Crosby ‘06, ‘07 Constance K. Cross ‘82 and Ralph E. Cross Frankie N. Cross ‘77, ‘85 Delia S. Crossley ‘79 and Michael E. Crossley ‘58 Barry F. Crossman and Nancy F. Crossman James W. Crouch ‘72 Christopher P. Croupe ‘06 and Lydia M. Croupe ‘10 James E. Crowley ‘86 Leslie Anderson Crowley and Stephen R. Crowley ‘91 Richard J. Cruise and Ferne M. Hayashi ‘85 Annie B. Crum ‘02 Christopher T. Crum ‘05
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Gary T. Crum ‘69 and Sylvie P. Crum Leanna Cruz Martin C. Cude ‘12 John S. Cullers ‘80 F. M. Cullinan ‘00 Becky B. Cullum ‘00 and M. C. Cullum ‘10 Arleen Cunningham and James P. Cunningham ‘83 John R. Cunningham ‘82 Joshua N. Curlett Ellen H. Currie ‘12 Betsy P. Curry ‘80 Scott T. Curtis and Victoria B. Curtis ‘86 Louis B. Cushman Linda Pitts Custard ‘60, ‘99 and William A. Custard ‘57 Bruce Cutright Catherine M. Cutshall ‘90 and Mauricio Vivado Rupal Dalal ‘06, ‘11 Clayton R. Dallas ‘10 Kristi L. Dallas and Terry R. Dallas Rohit H. Dand ‘08 Jarrett S. Daniel ‘11 Lauren C. Daniel ‘12 Marla C. Daniels ‘86 and Walter Edward Daniels Jacqueline C. Danielson ‘11 Thomas F. Darden Sasidhar Darla ‘12 Danielle D. Daugbjerg ‘93 and Erik B. Daugbjerg ‘92 William J. Daugherty ‘09 Sonali S. Dave Austin G. David ‘12 Jennifer K. Davidson ‘97 and Mark Davidson Julie E. Davidson ‘99 Jeffrey L. Davies ‘90 Burton D. Davis ‘68 and Dianne R. Davis Charles L. Davis ‘78 and Imelda Davis Dorothy A. Davis and Steven L. Davis ‘62 Gerald L. Davis ‘81 and Johnetta Davis J. T. Davis ‘61 and Karol H. Davis ‘60 James F. Davis and Nancy L. Davis ‘75 James M. Davis ‘71 and Julianne Davis Megan E. Davis ‘10, ‘11 Michael L. Davis ‘78, ‘83 Sara Davis and Stacey W. Davis ‘91 Michelle G. Davitt ‘95 and Mike Davitt Jessica L. Daw ‘07 Emily C. Dawson ‘09 Georgia R. Dawson and Thomas C. Dawson ‘73 Jeffrey S. Dawson ‘06 Albert de la Guardia ‘03 and Patsy de la Guardia Marie Louise B. De La Vergne ‘94 Douglas R. Deason and Holly B. Deason ‘85 Victoria M. DeClaris Evan A. Dedo ‘09 Jennifer Defeo ‘77, ‘78 Michelle M. Dekkers ‘11, ‘12 Dale A. Demastus ‘73 and Karen F. Demastus Donald C. DeMoss ‘88 and Karen DeMoss Michael W. Dempsey ‘08
Courtney Denby and Douglas C. Denby ‘98 Matthew Denegre ‘12 Steven B. Denson and Kathy Valentine John T. Denton ‘84 Ingrid H. DePinto and Joseph M. DePinto Todd Dereemer and Wendy A. Volk ‘87 Hemang A. Desai and Sejal Desai Jay K. Desai ‘88 Parth P. Desai ‘12 Srilatha Desemsetti ‘09 Jay A. Desimone ‘07 Carl A. Detering ‘74 and Catherine N. Detering Heather Deutschmann and James M. Deutschmann ‘94 Austin D. DeVaney ‘99 Margaret A. DeVille ‘64 and Walter DeVille Jeffrey P. Devine ‘94 and Jennifer Devine Thomas J. Devine ‘77 Matt T. Devlin ‘09 William R. Devlin ‘11 Amy W. DeVoe and James A. DeVoe ‘86 Brittany M. Dewan ‘08, ‘09 Katherine M. Dewan ‘10 Derek E. Dewan and Kim B. Dewan Gunil and Sharmila Dharod Swathi Dhoopati and Dinesh Tummala Peter L. Diaz ‘12 Xiaoxia Diaz ‘12 Katherine A. Dicker ‘03 and Nathan S. Dicker ‘02 Halley Dickey Ryan J. Dickinson ‘04 Carol Diehl and Slayden Diehl Alex Dillard and Cannell Dillard J. M. Dillard and Lynn K. Dillard Ryan W. Dillin ‘06, ‘08 Heidi Dillon and William R. Dillon Stephanie M. DiLoreto James R. Dingler ‘79 Lee M. Dinneen ‘85 and Robert F. Dinneen Robert F. Dinneen Paul J. Divis ‘99 and Tiffany G. Divis Timothy P. Dlugos ‘09 Jonathan R. Doddridge ‘08 Kevin A. Doeksen ‘97 John Doerr ‘03 and Leslie Doerr William J. Doherty ‘02 Leslie L. Doll ‘86 and Robert C. Doll William R. Dolny ‘08 James S. Donahoe ‘05 Andrea L. Donatucci ‘03 Denise Nault Donoghue and James J. Donoghue ‘72 Desmond J. Donohoe ‘04, ‘05, ‘12 Jodi L. Donovan and Kevin R. Donovan ‘08 Nagaraja R. Donti ‘91 and Shoba Gayatri Donti Lisa Doocy and Paul J. Doocy ‘83 Virginia M. Doolittle ‘45 Armaan A. Dossani J. R. Doty ‘74 and Leta Doty Daniel D. Dower ‘11 Peter J. Downey ‘83 and Sharon L. Taulman Daniel A. Doxey ‘07 and Jennifer W. Doxey
Ramsey W. Drake ‘84 and Susan P. Drake Gabriella L. Draney ‘08 Lisa C. Draney ‘08 Jeffrey J. Drayer ‘01 John S. Dryden ‘71 and Judith S. Dryden Bikash Dube Jessica A. DuBois Sam DuBose and Vivian N. DuBose ‘77 Jonathan P. Dubroc ‘07 Victor A. Dubuclet ‘10 Michael J. Duchin and Sherri M. Duchin ‘81 Alexander R. Duck ‘10 Fritz Duda and Mary Lee Duda Michael C. Duda ‘11 James Dudley Michael P. Dugan ‘08 Meredith L. Dulaney ‘04, ‘05 Dustin D. Dulin ‘05 Jeston B. Dumas ‘96 and Rebecca Dumas Deep C. Dumka Mark J. Dunbar ‘80 and Tanya L. Dunbar Carol J. Duncan ‘79 Erin S. Duncan ‘07 and Vincent W. Duncan ‘93 John D. Duncan ‘69 Candise T. Dunleavy and Kevin B. Dunleavy Andrea M. Dunlevy ‘98 and Gregory L. Williams ‘98 Frank M. Dunlevy ‘71 and Susan Dunlevy Diana M. Dunn ‘05 Judith A. Dunn ‘77 Rogge Dunn ‘79 David F. Dunning Charles G. Dunstan ‘04 Walter W. Durham ‘69 Jacqueline R. Dusek ‘11 Robert C. Dye ‘11 Tim W. Dyes ‘84 Stephanie A. Eaddy ‘05 Dillan S. Ealy ‘11 Geoffrey E. Eames ‘06, ‘07 Don E. Earnhart ‘69 and Margaret Linda Earnhart Richard W. Earthman ‘98 Angela S. Easterwood ‘97 and Kevin E. Easterwood Kelsey L. Eaton ‘09 Kathy M. Ebel and Richard L. Ebel ‘01 Jon Eberly and Laura S. Eberly ‘77 Bridget Grover Echerd and Mark R. Echerd ‘82, ‘84, ‘88 J. M. Edge ‘04 Joseph P. Edsell ‘03 Emmanuel Eduful and Jamiyla T. Eduful ‘10 Jessica L. Edwards ‘12 Julie M. Eggers ‘86 and Steven P. Eggers ‘88 Carl F. Ehler ‘91 and Pamela Warren Ehler Phillip A. Braewer and Fran J. Eichorst ‘82 Daniel L. Einhorn ‘02 Louise F. Eiseman Ahlam Elayan ‘11 Catherine A. Elder ‘12 Adham H. el-Effendi ‘11 H. E. Elkins ‘95 Rebecca E. Ellinor ‘11
Harry M. Elliott ‘88 and Patricia A. Elliott David K. Ellis ‘93 Glen J. Ellis Juli Elston Adele M. Ely ‘75 and Warren Ely Christopher L. Emerson ‘10 David L. Emmons ‘88 and Melinda M. Emmons ‘89 Charles R. Emrich ‘79 Scott R. Engberg ‘11 Anthony R. Engelman ‘09 Janet Vasilias Engle and John J. Engle ‘98 Gregory L. Engler ‘86 and Monica L. Engler Samuel Enoka Steven D. Erdahl ‘01 Kristine L. Erickson ‘05 Cliff Ernst and Martha P. Ernst ‘77 Eric R. Ernst ‘93 and Susan P. Ernst ‘93 Hector Escamilla ‘77 Dylan O. Espley-Jones ‘09 Kalaiselvi Eswaran ‘06 Martha P. Ethridge and Roger E. Ethridge ‘77 James A. Euchner ‘85 and Nancy N. Euchner ‘82 Andrew C. Evans ‘12 Angela L. Evans Eric H. Everett ‘94 and Jennifer Everett Virginia P. Evers ‘11 Charles B. Ewing ‘10 and Kate G. Livingston ‘10 Eric M. Fabacher ‘10 Mary Helen Fabacher and Mike A. Fabacher Alexander V. Fadeev ‘05 Diane L. Fadley ‘81 and James A. Fadley ‘79 Leigh H. Fahr ‘00, ‘02 and Trevor C. Fahr ‘02 Kathy Fair and Richard I. Fair ‘90 Komail A. Faizi ‘12 Harris B. Falb ‘05, ‘06 Richard L. Falkenhagen ‘65 Nancy F. Fallen ‘07 Reisa K. Faller ‘10 Jean-Michel F. Fally ‘99 and Veronique N. Fally Mark S. Farha ‘94 Caroline R. Farish ‘12 Frank C. Farmer ‘04 and Stacy A. Farmer ‘04 George R. Farris ‘64 and Madelyn Farris Robert F. Farwell ‘82 and Winifred A. Farwell William G. Faude ‘83 Marianne F. Fleming Fazen and Robert J. Fazen ‘72 Gary A. Feather ‘87 and Lisa Michelle Feather Michael A. Feather ‘08 and Rebekah Feather Jason K. Feinglas ‘10 Alan B. Feldhausen ‘87 and Susan Z. Feldhausen Mynan C. Feldman ‘83 Leandro E. Fellin Jeremy N. Fellman ‘04 Sarah Fenton and Thomas H. Fenton ‘11 Chad E. Ferguson ‘96 Jane W. Ferguson and Robert A. Ferguson ‘66 Craig F. Ferley ‘91 and Maria Ferley Fall 2012
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John D. Hagerman ‘63 and Linda L. Hagerman Ryan M. Haggerty Karen G. Hagood and William B. Hagood ‘79, ‘81 Shahran Haider ‘09 Celine J. Haikal ‘11 Thomas H. Hailey ‘07 Dottie Hairston ‘65 and James D. Hairston ‘64 Elizabeth A. Halbert ‘91 James M. Halbert ‘87, ‘92, ‘02 Edith Halbrook and Lloyd E. Halbrook ‘51 Andrew C. Hall ‘98 and Mary Helen T. Hall ‘98, ‘99 Carrie Hall Cheryl L. Hall ‘73 and John A. Hall ‘71, ‘73, ‘79 Dana Hall and Seth W. Hall ‘96 Denise A. Hall ‘96 and Richard Hall Hallye E. Hall ‘08 Mary C. Hall and Romey L. Hall ‘54 Patrick V. Hall ‘10 Russell D. Hall ‘11 James R. Hallam ‘05 and Rebecca Hallam Brian N. Halloran ‘03 and Terry A. Halloran Sarah-Louise W. Ham ‘83 and Scott McDonald Ham Tolar N. Hamblen ‘10 Joseph B. Hamilton Stephanie E. Hamilton ‘09, ‘10 Sondra T. Hamilton ‘64 and Ron Price David F. Hamman and Lisa R. Hamman ‘88 Jerry B. Hammon ‘02 Deborah Hammond and Mark E. Hammond ‘76 John W. Hammond ‘88 and Judy Hill Hammond Kathy D. Hammontree ‘85 and Robert L. Hammontree ‘75 Richard H. Hamrick ‘76 Brenda Hancock and Jay W. Hancock ‘93 Barry E. Hancock ‘89, ‘93 and Margaret M. Hancock ‘94 Katherine R. Hand ‘06 Mark N. Haney Lloyd K. Hankins ‘94 and Susan J. Builta Hankins Carrie E. Hanlon ‘97 Brian E. Hansen ‘09 Jesse A. Hardin ‘98, ‘06 James E. Hardy and Marcia L. Hardy ‘89 Elaine M. Harkins ‘47 David W. Harner ‘10, ‘11 Gordon B. Harnesberger ‘63, ‘70 and Sylvia Harnesberger Clayton S. Harper ‘07 Elise A. Harper John C. Harper ‘89 Jon D. Harper Kelli M. Harper ‘09 Lauren E. Harper ‘12 Margery E. Harper Howell D. Harralson ‘68 and Nancy H. Harralson ‘68 James B. Harrell ‘72, ‘81
Bobby J. Harris and Martha J. Harris ‘49 John M. Harris ‘10 Roy H. Harris ‘78 and Victoria R. Harris David E. Harrison ‘62 and Gay S. Harrison ‘61 Mary E. Harrison ‘82 Michael J. Harrison ‘89 Linda W. Hart ‘65 and Milledge A. Hart, III Matthew A. Hart ‘92 and Patricia Hart Steve A. Hartman ‘01 and Jamie L. McArdle Lauren E. Harvey ‘05 Nathan F. Harvey ‘08 Amanda R. Harvey ‘01, ‘04 and Robert N. Harvey ‘98, ‘09 Amna Hasnain ‘07 David K. Haspel ‘72 Lee S. Haspel ‘12 Bryan B. Hatfield ‘06, ‘07 Robert A. Hathaway ‘87 and Robin Hathaway Adam Hatton and Emily M. Hatton ‘04 Henrik N. Hauge ‘10 Stephen C. Hawke ‘12 Mark A. Hawkins ‘09 Richard G. Hawwa ‘05 Kenneth M. Haydis ‘12 Donald T. Haydon ‘43 Cristina Hayes and Robert K. Hayes ‘03 Ed Been and Jill L. Haynie ‘77 Ann Hays and Billy G. Hays ‘62 Luke A. Hays ‘06 Shirlana Louise Folmar Haythorn and Thomas B. Haythorn ‘73, ‘79 Sally E. Hayward ‘70, ‘74 and William D. Hayward ‘70, ‘74 Yoshie Hazama ‘11, ‘12 James R. Hazard ‘03 Betsy Healy and Daniel J. Healy ‘04 Peggy A. Heath and Robert W. Heath Jeffrey D. Hebert ‘04 Jasmine R. Heckler Vivekananda H. Hegde ‘12 Frederick B. Hegi, Jr. ‘66 and Jan Vestal Hegi ‘66 Amanda L. Heilers ‘95 and Eric S. Heilers James V. Heim ‘76, ‘78 and Theresa A. Heim Nicole E. Heinrich ‘98 Peter E. Heinz ‘09 Ashley I. Heis ‘01 and Timothy R. Heis ‘01 Robert H. Heiser ‘11 Michael Hellinghausen and Linda S. Kawecki ‘89 Matthew C. Helm ‘05 Steven A. Helms ‘95 Russell C. Henarie ‘04 Janie H. Henderson and Walter T. Henderson ‘60, ‘62 Katherine M. Henderson ‘11 Leea G. Henderson and Paul M. Henderson ‘94 James P. Henry ‘09 Kristopher D. Henry ‘05 Leigh E. Henry ‘10, ‘12 Karen L. Hensley-Chelstowska ‘95 Griselda Hermosillo and V. C. Kumar ‘00 Ed R. Hernandez ‘79
Guillermo B. Hernandez ‘05 Luis A. Hernandez ‘12 Pablo C. Hernandez ‘12 and Beatriz Mapelli Mozzi Pintado Reyes C. Hernandez ‘09 Brian A. Herndon ‘10 Caryl Heselton and David Heselton David M. Hesser ‘96 and Nataly Hesser Anne S. Hetherington and David R. Hetherington ‘01 Hilary M. Hetzel ‘05 and John O. Hetzel ‘04 James E. Hibbert ‘75 and Sharon H. Hibbert John R. Hickman ‘04 and Julie Kaye Hickman Carlynn Boyce Hicks and Lindsey P. Hicks ‘79 Jason M. Hicks ‘05 Gabriel A. Hidalgo ‘08 Elizabeth F. Higgins ‘12 Alex E. Hill ‘99 and Cheryl Hill Lawrence W. Hill ‘71 Emily W. Hillsman ‘84 and Thomas C. Hillsman Troy L. Hilyard ‘87 Matthew M. Himelfarb ‘07 Christopher W. Hines ‘07, ‘08 Ana Cristina F. Hinojosa ‘11, ‘12 Thomas A. Hixon ‘09, ‘10 David A. Hoang ‘06 Morgan W. Hobbs ‘11, ‘12 Cecelia M. Hodges ‘97 and Joel Hodges Bursley B. Hoefer ‘86 and Steve C. Hoefer Scott A. Hoffheiser ‘12 David J. Hoffman ‘10 William S. Hogan ‘53 Forrest E. Hoglund and Sally R. Hoglund Farris A. Hogue ‘52 and Rose M. Hogue Ashleigh E. Hohensee ‘08 Carol H. Holden and John B. Holden ‘76 Kevin M. Hole ‘94 Jason C. Holland ‘01 Michael L. Holland ‘83 and Rhonda J. Holland Stephanie M. Holland ‘04 Heather L. Hollenshead ‘06 Lauren W. Hollis ‘96 and William B. (Bill) Hollis Kyle R. Hollister ‘80 Gordon K. Holton ‘07 Aaron G. Hood David L. Hopkins ‘78 Michael H. Hopkins ‘09 Ronald C. Hopkins ‘93 Jeffrey S. Hopmayer and Lyn S. Hopmayer ‘86 Lacey A. Horn ‘04, ‘05 Bill H. Horton ‘88 Blythe Horton and Gary L. Horton ‘99 Janet P. Horton and Thomas W. Horton ‘85 Jay B. Horton ‘72 and Susan Adams Horton Terry D. Hosey ‘89 and Tiffany S. Hosey Contessa Hoskin ‘09 Krystal A. Houle Edmund B. Hourigan ‘84 and Janet M. Hourigan ‘84 Lou Houser and Mark A. Houser ‘89 James T. Housewright ‘84 and Lana Linenschmidt Housewright Fall 2012
Robert C. Houston ‘66 and Vickie Houston Barbara F. Howard ‘55 Christopher G. Howard ‘01 Daniel J. Howard and Renee L. Howard Laura G. Howard ‘00 and William J. Howard ‘00 Constance (Connie) Howe and Kevin C. Howe ‘77 Cory D. Howe Gina Howell and Mark D. Howell ‘85 Cherie Howell and Paul M. Howell ‘04 David B. Howells ‘69 Christopher M. Howey ‘07 Iolanda C. Hoy ‘47 and Walter W. Hoy Garrett J. Hrncir ‘99 and Keely L. Hrncir ‘99 Trenton R. Hrncir ‘03, ‘04 Albert Hrubetz and Rose R. Hrubetz Michael Hsu ‘11 Stanford Y. Hsu ‘09 Amy Hubbard and Timothy J. Hubbard ‘87 Gayla S. Hubbard ‘85 and Greg L. Hubbard Geoffrey S. Huber ‘91 and Stefani Huber Margaret-Ann B. Hubing ‘11 and Matthew Hubing John S. Hudacek ‘04, ‘05 Troy D. Hudnall ‘93 Cody L. Hudson ‘08 James R. Huffines and Patty S. Huffines Lauren C. Huffman ‘09 Sara E. Huggins ‘11, ‘12 Hertha H. Hughes ‘86 and William L. Hughes John T. Hughes ‘01 Kimbrell C. Hughes Lauren W. Hughes and Phillip R. Hughes Leslie E. Hughes-Smith ‘88 and Kevin D. Smith ‘87 Nathan B. Hughes ‘12 Kevin E. Huitt ‘77 and Susan T. Huitt ‘79 Kenneth Humphreys Caroline W. Hundley and David M. Hundley ‘81, ‘92 Will W. Hundley ‘09, ‘10 Andrew S. Hunt ‘09 James W. Hunt and Susan L. Hunt Nancy Ann Hunter Hunt ‘65 and Ray L. Hunt ‘65 Nancy B. Hunt and W. H. Hunt George B. Hunter ‘05 Gary D. Huselton ‘68, ‘71 and Jean S. Huselton Syed N. Hussain ‘10 C. Reed Hutchens ‘80 and Susan A. Hutchens Louise Huyck and Timothy R. Huyck ‘94 Hal F. Hyneman ‘80 and Pamela Norton Hyneman Michael W. Hyry ‘98 and Molly Hyry Afsha R. Ibrahim ‘06 Alexandra H. Igleheart ‘10 Caroline O. Ihejiawu ‘10 Blaine W. Iler ‘09 John R. Ilzhoefer ‘04 Richard K. Ing ‘87 and Susan K. Ing ‘87 Anita C. Ingram ‘05 and Michael Ingram
Margaret F. Ingram ‘73 and Russell W. Ingram Ted F. Ingram ‘06 Denyce S. Inmon ‘76 and Randall Inmon Vanessa N. Inmon ‘10 Craig Innes ‘69, ‘75 and Marsha M. Innes ‘69, ‘71 Nicholas J. Ionita ‘02 Charles L. Irby ‘76, ‘77 and Kate M. Irby Harold L. Irby ‘92 Stuart M. Irby ‘10 Gwen S. Irwin and Richard K. Irwin Sara A. Isenhour ‘07, ‘08 Molly R. Israel ‘03 George N. Ivanovskis ‘10 Hani T. Jaber ‘10 and Rana N. Zureiqi Christopher M. Jackson ‘08 Betsy G. Jackson ‘87 and Gerald L. Jackson Kenneth S. Jackson ‘08 and Luciana Jackson Theresa A. Jackson ‘95, ‘10 Timothy A. Jackson Cher T. Jacobs ‘73 and David M. Jacobs Janet L. Jacobs and Mark M. Jacobs ‘84 Matthew T. Jacobs ‘12 Patricia E. Jacobs ‘11 John C. Jacobsen and Stacey E. Jacobsen Brad Jaeb and Kirsten H. Jaeb ‘84 Stephanie E. Jaeger ‘12 Ajay Jain ‘09 Mohit Jain Sapna Jain Jon S. Jamen ‘95 Chesley R. James ‘03, ‘08 Elizabeth Stephens James and V. E. James ‘86 Hillary James Hunter B. James ‘08 Jinu T. James ‘06 Debbie L. Janke ‘01 and Gary W. Janke June C. Jantze and Larry G. Jantze ‘88 Alexis Jasper and Thomas W. Jasper ‘70 Robert B. Jaye ‘96 and Shanda Jaye Christopher M. Jelliffe ‘12 Cathy Jendrysik and Stephen L. Jendrysik ‘05 Amy M. Jenkins and Jace A. Jenkins ‘05 Kristen E. Jennings ‘11, ‘12 Dainon D. Jensen ‘12 Daniel J. Jensen ‘09, ‘10 Roben Jensen and Stephen G. Jensen ‘02 Carol L. Jerman and John L. Jerman ‘63 Adam C. Jernigan ‘07, ‘12 Craig A. Jessen ‘87 and Lynnita Jessen Barbara A. Jesup ‘82 and Michael D. Jesup Lina Jing ‘03 Jimmy J. James ‘05 and Aesha John Reji John ‘07 Ann H. Johnson ‘76 and Galen G. Johnson Brian M. Johnson ‘96 Bruce W. Johnson ‘95 Carrie S. Johnson and Gregory N. Johnson ‘93 Catherine W. Johnson ‘76 and Paul D. Johnson ‘75 Charles A. Johnson ‘07 and Lisa Johnson Charles H. Johnson ‘08
Charles R. Johnson ‘49 and Gillian M. Johnson Chuck Johnson Janet Ann Johnson and LaRue E. Johnson ‘97 Judy G. Johnson and Michael L. Johnson Kristine S. Johnson and Scott A. Johnson ‘86 Lucy Johnson ‘75, ‘76, ‘80 Matthew L. Johnson ‘07, ‘09 R. Barry Johnson Rodney G. Johnson ‘94 Steven T. Johnson ‘11 Kathy K. Johnsrud and Thomas S. Johnsrud ‘90 Camilla C. Johnston ‘04 Cheryl Johnston ‘70 and Fred A. Johnston ‘71 Dirk W. Johnston ‘77 Rachael Johnston and William M. Johnston ‘90 Richard E. Johnston ‘85 and Valerie Johnston William C. Johnston ‘10 Donald M. Johnstone ‘66 and Sherry R. Johnstone Douglas Johnstone and Melinda M. Johnstone ‘81 Bradley C. Jones ‘11 Brian M. Jones ‘04 Christopher C. Jones ‘00 and Shelley Jones Cindy Sundermann Jones and George R. Jones ‘79 David J. Jones David W. Jones ‘12 Diane V. Jones and James R. Jones ‘84 Douglas M. Jones ‘00 Elizabeth B. Jones ‘11 Heather L. Jones ‘04 Mike R. Jones ‘05 Patricia A. Jones ‘93 Paul S. Jones ‘01 Turner S. Jones ‘10, ‘12 Ann M. Jordan and H. G. Jordan ‘62 Hanz Jorgensen and Heather A. Jorgensen ‘03, ‘04 Julia Joseph Kevin M. Joseph ‘09 Melissa M. Joseph ‘12 Barry J. Josserand ‘87 and Christie Josserand G. A. Joyce ‘77 and Marilyn A. Joyce Madeline C. Juenger ‘10 Judy Jumper and Robert S. Jumper ‘88 Juliana Jurden and Lenny W. Jurden ‘83 Emily G. Jurgens ‘03, ‘04 Crystal Kachmar and Robert A. Kachmar ‘00 Ray Kaczorowski Beth Frankfurt Kahn and Gary L. Kahn ‘79 Michael C. Kahn ‘07 Arthur J. Kajfosz ‘97 and Wendy Kajfosz Wendy G. Kalil ‘83 Joseph W. Kallas ‘08 Prince Alex ‘11 and Sonia Kallumkal Sony M. Kalluvilayil ‘10 Swaminathan L. Kalpathy Tietjen J. Kammerer ‘04 Thomas P. Kane ‘06 Pravin C. Kanneganti ‘10
Rajendra Jasti and Priya B. Kanuri ‘03 Peninah W. Kanyua ‘08 David K. Kao ‘81 Jason F. Kappel ‘98 and Stephanie T. Kappel Vlad Karpenko ‘06 Nataraj G. Kasal ‘87 Andrew J. Kastanos ‘06 Srinivas Kasu ‘10 Glen J. Katlein and Tracy D. Katlein ‘86 Randall A. Katz ‘93 and Randi G. Katz Brenda Disbennett Kaye and Mark A. Kaye ‘89 Jonathan Z. Kayem ‘09 Jeffrey F. Kays ‘90 and Kimberly M. Kays Korlin K. Kazimour ‘86, ‘93 and Petr Lobo Constance M. Kean ‘80 and James A. Kean Victoria M. Kean ‘11 Michael Kearney and Suzanne W. Kearney ‘68 Bretton R. Keating ‘11 Debbie Keck and John C. Keck ‘99 Thomas J. Keegan ‘10, ‘11 Elizabeth Ann Pitcock Keffer and William R. Keffer ‘81 Robert L. Kehr ‘99 James A. Kell ‘98 Catherine H. Kelley ‘80 and James Kelley Katherine E. Kelley ‘08 Nicole H. Kellogg ‘07 Rachel J. Kelting ‘12 Kevin Kemp and Michele Kemp Pamela H. Kemper ‘79 and Timothy Wood Kemper Pamela S. Kendall-Rijos ‘85, ‘92 Gertrude G. Kennedy ‘93 and Thomas P. Kennedy ‘87 Jacqueline B. Kennedy ‘12 Dorothy B. Kennington ‘55 Leah P. Kenyon ‘10 John L. Keplinger ‘84 and Marissa Keplinger Brittney D. Kerner ‘11, ‘12 Michael D. Kerner ‘93 Elizabeth L. Kerr Mary Jo Kerr and Scott S. Kerr ‘92 Jennifer L. Kesterson ‘06 Donald A. Key and Karen F. Key ‘83 Marvin E. Key ‘83 and Tish S. Key Shammy A. Khan ‘04 Kamini Khanjee ‘11, ‘12 Alan N. Khedairy ‘10 Nageen S. Khorrami ‘10 Marilyn Kibler ‘07 Anthony J. Kidd and Dawn C. Kidd ‘98 Jordan C. Kile ‘10 Jacqueline Kilgore and John R. Kilgore ‘35 Bo Kyung Kim Sung E. Kim ‘94 Craig W. Kimball ‘11 Chere Kimbell and Isham (Mike) Kimbell ‘63 Scott Kimbrough Jaime N. Kimmons ‘10 Daisy Kinard and Jack D. Kinard ‘52 Ben W. Kincaid ‘07 Claire M. Kinchen ‘12 Amy A. King
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Brian J. King ‘08 Christopher A. King ‘93 J. L. King and Teresa King Laurence D. King Mildred King ‘69 and Thomas L. King ‘69 Udupi Supreeth Kumar Kini ‘12 Blake Kinney ‘12 Kendall V. Kinsman ‘07 Ann F. Kiolbassa ‘86 and Michael R. Kiolbassa ‘84 Robert G. Kipp and Rosie M. Kipp Deborah O. Kirby ‘89 and Glenn D. Kirby ‘88, ‘97 Debra K. Kirby and Milton J. Kirby ‘85 Beverly Kirchner and Keith A. Kirchner ‘82 Andrew F. Kirkendall ‘04, ‘05 Danika M. Kirvin ‘04 Deborah J. Kissire and James L. Kissire ‘85 Mark C. Kisting Christina Kitchens Barry M. Kitt and Beth M. Kitt Gregory W. Kitt ‘08 Donald Kivowitz and Stacey L. Kivowitz Darrell R. Kleider John S. Klein ‘08 Richard C. Klein ‘70 Jim Kleiner and Renee F. Kleiner ‘94 Bill Kleinman and Elizabeth O. Kleinman ‘84 Lee M. Kleinman ‘91 and Lisa M. Umholtz Ronald A. Kline and Lynnell E. Mandl ‘76 Jim C Klugh and Karen W. Klugh ‘86 Shannon M. Kmak ‘07 David W. Biegler and Diane L. Knape Megan V. Kneipp ‘12 Dawn E. Knight ‘92 and John Knight Donald M. Knoll and Melissa K. Knoll ‘90 Kevin L. Knox and Tryna H. Knox Charles T. Koch ‘11 John V. Koeijmans ‘81 and Shelley Koeijmans ‘82 Carmel S. Koeltzow ‘91 and Douglas M. Koeltzow ‘91 Philip E. Koen ‘09 William J. Koen ‘09 Patricia J. Koepsel ‘49 John E. Koerner ‘06 Parker E. Koerner ‘08 Preston D. Koerner ‘07 and Tali Joyce Koerner Curt Kolinek and Delia L. Kolinek ‘07 Santharam Kolli Karun K. Konduru ‘11 Hsien J. Koong ‘12 Douglas E. Kopp ‘77 Christopher J. Korman ‘01 and Tania Korman Jan-Paul M. Kosters ‘01 Prasad Kotra and Sailaja S. Kotra ‘01 Steve Kovacs Matthew M. Kraft ‘11 and Sherry H. Kraft Jordan M. Kragen ‘12 Oz Krakowski ‘11 Brad M. Krall ‘86 and Margaret M. Krall Patti Kramer and William A. Kramer Teri K. Kramer ‘83 Kerry A. Kreighbaum ‘96
Blake D. Kresl ‘93 and Lisa Thatcher Kresl Harold B. Krom ‘60 Eric E. Krueger and Shari D. Krueger Alli Marie Kubiak and Daniel E. Kubiak ‘01 Lori S. Kuchler and Thomas R. Kuchler ‘97 Maribeth L. Kuenzi Andrea C. Kullhem ‘12 Anil Kumar Joseph J. Kunnathusseril ‘06 Benjamin R. Kuntz ‘10 Roman J. Kupchynsky ‘09 Jeffrey A. Kupp and Julie G. Kupp ‘85 Ronnie Kurian ‘10 Reiko Machigashira Kurima and Terry Y. Kurima ‘70 Mark A. Kuss ‘03 Adrian A. Kusuma ‘11, ‘12 Ekaterina Kuznetsova ‘12 John A. LaBoon ‘90 Bernardo J. Lacayo ‘12 J. F. Lacy and Cece Smith ‘74 Ravikiran P. Lad Michael C. LaFerney ‘11 April Liz Lake ‘12 Stephen A. Lally ‘72 Ki Fai C. Lam Lauren Lamb and Ryan R. Lamb ‘05 Julie P. Lambert ‘01 John M. Lamont ‘08 Mark C. Landaal ‘12 Diane N. Landen ‘82, ‘83 and James E. Landen ‘82 James E. Landen ‘10 Jean Lander and Oscar M. Lander ‘80 Carol R. Landers ‘86 and John E. Landers ‘85 Gail W. Landreth ‘73 and William A. Landreth ‘72 Scotty J. Landry ‘03 and Shawntel D. Landry Sheryl Lanford ‘66, ‘67 and William E. Lanford ‘83 Stephen R. Lang ‘12 Caroline G. Langley Gwen H. Langley and Robert Langley Michael T. Langston ‘78 and Sandra Kay Langton Kim L. Lansford ‘00 and William Lansford Allison E. LaRoche Erika K. Larson ‘12 Megan F. Larson ‘10 Rebecca A. Larson ‘11 Sandra J. Larson and Timothy A. Larson Katherine M. Lartigue ‘11 Shay D. Lary ‘95 Tolulope G. Lasaki ‘06 O. Victor Lattanzi Douglas J. Lattner and Victoria P. Lattner ‘74 Kathryn C. Laughlin and L. R. Laughlin ‘84 Nancy H. Laux ‘70 Dennis E. Law Judith K. Lawhorn ‘78 Carmel A. Lawrence ‘08, ‘09 Eleanor S. Lawrence ‘72, ‘73 and Rod Lawrence Matthew T. Lawrence ‘11 Stacey Lawrence
Jennifer Lazarus and Joseph S. Lazarus ‘06 Joshua U. Leal ‘10 Andrew R. Lear Douglas J. Learmont ‘00 and Susie Learmont Charles P. Leary ‘12 Lisa J. Leder Marc J. Leder Cynthia D. Crain-Lee and Dwight R. Lee Gary O. Lee ‘02 Ginger W. Lee ‘95 John J. Lee ‘12 Kate H. Lee ‘07 and William B. Lee ‘07 Sally A. Lee and William J. Lee ‘75 Michael S. Leen Mirelle A. Leguia ‘11 Fredrick J. Lehman ‘00 and Jill Lehman Qin Lei Bradley T. Lembcke ‘11 Loic LeMener ‘08 Travis J. Lenander ‘12 Anthony D. Lenart ‘92 and Elizabeth Woods Lenart Joel R. Lennox ‘09, ‘12 Bradley M. Leonard Kelly Leonard and Stacy L. Leonard ‘83 Neal E. Leonard ‘11 Anne Lesikar and William W. Lesikar ‘88 William T. Leslie ‘12 Ruth W. Lett and Sam G. Lett Lewis A. Levey Peter Challman and Joan H. Levis Karen Levy and Walter M. Levy Andrew R. Lewis and Sharon P. Lewis ‘83 Angela M. Lewis ‘08 Jane A. Lewis and Michael F. Lewis ‘75 Kyle R. Lewis ‘12 Leslie R. Lewis ‘85 Charles S. Leyendecker ‘57 and Millicent A. Leyendecker Anthony M. Licata ‘00 and Linda M. Licata Siobhan L. Lidington and James A. Lidington Lauren A. Lieberman ‘11, ‘12 Judith A. Lifson John W. Light ‘08 Jeffrey A. Light ‘84, ‘94 and Natalie C. Light Charles Craig Lilly and Christian H. Lilly ‘91, ‘02 Shi Y. Lim ‘11 Erica Lin and Vincent J. Lin ‘03 Barrett N. Linburg ‘05 Nicole Linden ‘03 Erik D. Lindholm ‘09 Cherie N. Lindley and John D. Lindley ‘77 Shelli Mims Lindley and Steven J. Lindley ‘74 Brigitte Lindsay and Travis L. Lindsay ‘81 Douglas A. Lindsay ‘08 Jessica L. Lindsey ‘12 David B. Lineweaver ‘91 John J. Ling ‘89 and Robin J. Ling Alexander S. Linn ‘10 Dan M. Linn ‘74 and Mary Jane Avon Linn Douglas M. Linneman ‘99 and Jennifer W. Linneman Kyle D. Lippman ‘77 Jeffrey S. Little
Taylor C. Little ‘08 Zichen Liu ‘10 Francisco L. Llarena ‘84 Allison E. Lloyd ‘11 Karole F. Lloyd Albert C. Lo ‘12 Steven M. Lobo Aimee Jeffers Locke and Stacy Locke ‘87 Michelle E. Lockhart ‘93 and William Lockhart Tarra L. Loera David Loewe and Nancy S. Loewe Lloyd E. Loftis ‘58 and Susan Miller Loftis Alison K. Long ‘09 Charles E. Long ‘85 Kenneth C. Long ‘01 Antonio A. Longoria ‘79 and Dianne F. Williams Glenn M. Lonnquist ‘73 Lloyd E. Loredo ‘11, ‘12 Holly E. Losey ‘03, ‘04 and Nicholas C. Losey ‘05 Alexander Loshakov and Svetlana M. Loshakov ‘96 Michael L. Loureiro ‘12 Gregory J. Lovasz ‘98 David M. Love ‘85, ‘92 and Kelly H. Love William E. Love ‘10 Ron Loveday David K. Loving ‘10 Brian T. Lowe ‘01 Kristopher L. Lowe ‘04 Marilyn M. Lowrance ‘82 and William B. Lowrance Brett A. Lowrey ‘97 Brady Lowry ‘05 Jason M. Lowry ‘10, ‘11 Christopher C. Loy ‘92 and Susan C. Loy Casey R. Loyd ‘05 Paul B. Loyd ‘68 and Penny R. Loyd David A. Loyless ‘03 and Jennifer M. Loyless Galina Lubarsky ‘05 Joseph O. Luby ‘68, ‘70 Harry B. Lucas Jonathan P. Lucas ‘05 Chris Luchini Alexandra D. Lucie ‘05 and Craig A. Lucie ‘04 Kimberlyn M. Lucken ‘89 Jay R. Lukan ‘87 and Lisa Lukan Kyle M. Lukianuk ‘11 Gaylord G. Lummis and Palmer B. Lummis ‘77 Elizabeth Lundeen and Gary A. Lundeen ‘87 Courtney Lupton and James M. Lupton ‘08 Bryan E. Luter ‘00 and Hilary G. Luter Carolyn S. Lutes ‘58 Steven G. Lutz ‘98 Bobby B. Lyle ‘67 Mickey C. Lynam ‘84 and Teri Wise Lynam David E. Lynch ‘02 Lynn M. Lyon ‘10 Dalton W. Lytle ‘90 Chelsea J. MacDade ‘11 Daniel K. MacElroy ‘11 Fall 2012
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Suzann M. McCarty ‘68 Monica M. McCasland and Tom H. McCasland ‘82 Phyllis McCasland and Tom H. McCasland Brendon L. McCaulley ‘07 Ashley R. McClellan ‘04 and Brett McClellan Mark Fuqua ‘84 and Melissa McCleskey Jill A. McClung ‘79 and William B. McClung Alda C. McCluskey and James C. McCluskey ‘78 Frederick R. McCord ‘72 and Jane E. McCord Kelsey E. McCord ‘05 Felice D. McCoy ‘11 Dennis C. McCuistion ‘64 ‘85 and Judy McCuistion Robert McCutcheon ‘75 Christina L. McDermott ‘06 Mathew McDevitt ‘08 George N. McDonald ‘07 Lauren E. McDonald ‘79, ‘82 Deborah M. McDowell and Thomas P. McDowell ‘06 Melissa A. McDowell ‘11, ‘12 Catherine A. McEachern ‘01 Brandon J. McElroy James P. McEnery ‘10 Becky McGee ‘84 Michael F. McGehee ‘12 James J. McGinley ‘87 and Sondra McGinley Rita L. McGinnis-Morriss ‘81 and William O. Morriss ‘81 Spencer McGowan Frank A. McGrew ‘90 and Neely P. McGrew Michael T. McGuire ‘05 and Natalie K. McGuire Sarah McHenry Marcille McKelvy and Robert C. McKelvy ‘50 Melina M. McKinnon ‘07 Douglas A. McKoy ‘10 and Jennifer L. McKoy Alyssa M. McLaughlin ‘12 Curtis M. McLaughlin Lauren E. McLaughlin ‘08 Nena L. McMahon ‘03, ‘12 William C. McManemin Jeremy D. McManes ‘12 Brandi K. McManus ‘08 Diane S. McMillan and Marshall K. McMillan ‘70 Laura Luksa McMillin and Michael C. McMillin ‘95 Joni McMordie ‘80 Catherine C. McMullan ‘92 and John E. McMullan Jeffrey P. McMullen ‘87 and Sharon Ann McMullen Jennifer L. McNabb ‘08 Kevin J. McNamara ‘11 Nancy H. McRae ‘50 and William D. McRae Morgan L. McVicker ‘12 Janey McWhorter and Michael McWhorter ‘96 Lori S. McWilliams and Robb C. McWilliams ‘95 Mark Anthony McWilliams and Thisbe G. McWilliams ‘02
David E. Meadows ‘03 Jill Mearns and John M. Mearns ‘93 Kristin B. Medeiros ‘11, ‘12 Grant H. Meek Max P. Meggs ‘06 Sejal S. Mehta ‘07 John C. Meindl ‘11 Kathryn Moss Meiners and Roger S. Meiners ‘73 Lawrence J. Melody Juan P. Mena ‘04 Christina Menendez ‘96 Christopher D. Merchant ‘09 John B. Merritt and Madonna S. Merritt Mario Messina Greg A. Messler ‘05 and Vicki Messler Larry J. Mestad ‘95 Sarah N. Metschan ‘68 Stacey L. Meyer ‘03 William J. Micheli ‘94 Blake A. Michelson ‘12 Frances M. Micka ‘69, ‘70 Cooper Mickle James E. Middleton ‘94 and Julie Middleton Matthew W. Middleton ‘12 Kristi Miers and Sheppard F. Miers ‘98 Jane Miles and Ray R. Miles ‘99 Alex C. Milewski ‘12 Joe W. Milkes ‘78 and Sandy Milkes Alexis G. Millenbaugh ‘11, ‘12 Carolyn L. Miller and David B. Miller ‘72, ‘73 Christopher John Miller and Kristin D. Miller ‘93 Clyde D. Miller ‘01 Darius P. Miller and Saralyn J. Miller ‘09 David T. Miller ‘94 and Sharon Miller Jan S. Miller and Tyree B. Miller ‘75, ‘76 John R. Miller ‘76 Joshua A. Miller ‘04 and Kariann Miller Katy A. Miller and Kyle D. Miller ‘01 Pete E. Miller ‘83 and Taffney Miller Robert M. Miller ‘49 Ryan T. Miller Albert C. Mills ‘88 and Catherine Davison Mills Marshall R. Mills ‘86 and Rebekah Lee Godwin Mills Raymond J. Mimick ‘10 Benjamin J. Mimmack ‘12 Jeffrey H. Mims ‘79 and Linda Ann Long Mims Maria Minniti Donald Minsky ‘54 and Rachel Minsky Sarah N. Minter ‘12 Shakeeb U. Mir ‘05 Scott P. Miracle Leah Mirbaba and Mazyar M. Mirbaba ‘95 Mark C. Mirek ‘01 Sandeep Misra ‘10 Preya Mistry ‘12 Amanda M. Mitchell ‘11 Charles E. Mitchell ‘71, ‘84 Christopher D. Mitchell ‘10 David S. Mitchell ‘95 Jarad H. Mitchell ‘05
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Laura Mize and Shawn L. Mize ‘91 Samy Mizrahi ‘10 J. G. Mlinar ‘83 Alma A. Moberg ‘85 Steven M. Moberly ‘05 Mark Mobley Stephen D. Mobley ‘88 Christopher R. Moczygemba ‘11 Ghina Z. Modallal ‘07 Jennifer Moderow ‘12 Ryan P. Moffett ‘04 Taylor C. Moister ‘06 Miguel A. Molina ‘11 Christopher S. Molivadas ‘88 Anthony J. Mondello ‘96 and Tamara Gray Mondello Elsa L. Monge ‘06 Gina Montalbano and Mark D. Montalbano ‘02 Robbie P. Montealegre and Roberto E. Montealegre ‘03 Maria R. Montealvo ‘07 Ana G. Montes ‘86 and Ismail Montes Matthew R. Montes ‘04 Marian M. Montgomery Michael E. Montgomery ‘79 and Vinette H. Montgomery Michael J. Montgomery ‘00 and Tiffani Montgomery Karen A. Montonen and Michael K. Montonen ‘84 Michelle W. Moody ‘85 and William C. Moody Aaron R. Mooi Bruce E. Moore Christina M. Moore ‘02 and Michael Moore Daniel J. Moore ‘06, ‘07 David S. Moore ‘08 David W. Moore ‘10 Edward L. Moore ‘11 Eric D. Moore ‘12 John T. Moore ‘73 Margaret J. Moore ‘51 Marianne Moore ‘98 Sandra Moore and Terry W. Moore ‘74 Shaun P. Moore ‘10 Colby D. Moosman ‘03, ‘12 Paula Morabito Kenneth A. Moraif ‘89 Philip B. Moran ‘87 and Vicki Moran Ann H. Morehead and Garry A. Morehead ‘04 Josephine G. Morgan ‘03 Estate of Rubye E. Morgan Sean M. Morgan Sharon A. Morgan ‘09 Jonathan D. Morgans ‘09 Michael P. Moriarty ‘12 Matthew M. Morozzo ‘11 ‘12 Carolyn J. Morris ‘05 Donald N. Morriss ‘76 and Patricia G. Morriss ‘75 Phillip K. Morrow Stephen G. Morrow ‘10 Greg D. Morse ‘83
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Carol S. Swingle ‘78, ‘87 and Frank A. Swingle ‘76 Jennifer M. Swyka ‘02 Shawn B. Taher ‘12 Kay W. Tait ‘84 and Robert W. Tait James B. Talbert ‘11 Jessica A. Tallman ‘11, ‘12 Iliana Tamacas and Julio E. Tamacas ‘00 Karan Taneja ‘10 Kathryn C. Tanner ‘63 and Lawrence E. Tanner ‘63 Hyla C. Tannery ‘12 Brent A. Taravella ‘99 Beverly Kay Tarbet and Robert M. Tarbet ‘84 Hoang A. Tarrant ‘08 Timothy R. Tatarowicz ‘11 Julia D. Taylor Larry Taylor Anna Marie Johnson Teague and Chadrick W. Teague ‘05 Michael C. Teel ‘76 Delania T. Teems Nicolette M. Tellinghuisen ‘12 Jessica L. Temperley ‘08 Dennis D. Temple ‘49 and Mary Temple Susan L. Tennell-Milner ‘85 Julie E. Tenwolde and Nic Tenwolde ‘83 Christopher S. Terhune ‘88 Jeanne S. Terry ‘88, ‘98 and Joseph E. Terry Thanush T. Thamban ‘09 Maurice A. Tharp ‘49 Robert F. Stiles ‘88 and Michele Thaxton Grant E. Thayer ‘81 Kay Theis Sid Theis Lorin R. Theodosiou ‘10 Frances C. Thieke and Robert L. Thieke Holly M. Thigpen ‘02 Lisa H. Thoman ‘10 David Hugh Thomas and Pamela R. Thomas ‘81 Ira P. Thomas ‘76 and Jerome Thomas Kathryn D. Thomas ‘07 Guy R. Thomas ‘76 and Lyn L. Thomas Robbie J. Thomas ‘06 and Sarah Thomas Sean C. Thomas ‘02 Staci A. Thomas ‘98 William M. Thomas ‘10 Barry N. Thomason ‘88 and Nacele Thomason Christy C. Thompson ‘92 Gary S. Thompson ‘68 and Patricia A. Thompson Jordan A. Thompson ‘03 Joseph C. Thompson and Shannon S. Thompson ‘93 Deborah C. Thompson and Mark A. Thompson Rex W. Thompson and Roslyn D. Thompson Edward H. Thompson ‘76 and Sandra K. Thompson John A. Thornton ‘10 Marco A. Thornton George D. Markley ‘91 and Kristin ThorpMarkley ‘91
Jennifer L. Thorsen ‘01 Kathy A. Thrift ‘05 Harry L. Thurmon ‘64 and Sue Thurmon Les Tiedtke ‘64 and Yvonne Tiedtke Ashley Tiffany and William S. Tiffany ‘03 Hannah L. Tighe George H. Tilghman ‘85 Laura A. Till ‘82 Bradley M. Tillett ‘12 Jennifer J. Moses ‘02 and Michael Tillman Joseph P. Tillotson ‘99 Brittany A. Timmerman ‘05 Harry H. Ting ‘10 Douglas F. Tinker ‘90 Debra L. Tippett ‘76 Phoebe F. Todd ‘12 Stephen H. Toledo ‘10 Debra J. Tolleson and John C. Tolleson ‘70 Edward Tolsch and Kathrine C. Tolsch ‘86 Robert A. Tomlinson ‘05, ‘10 Donald J. Tomnitz and Sharon K. S. Tomnitz ‘79 Clay R. Tompkins ‘12 Robert J. Tonti ‘83 Albert J. Toole ‘63 and Carolyn Hendrie Toole Ariell E. Torres ‘11, ‘12 John C. Torrisi Joseph P. Townsend ‘11 Richard F. Tozer Tri M. Tran ‘11 David L. Trawick ‘01 Barbara E. Trego and Bruce D. Trego ‘94 Natalie Trevino Barry P. Triest ‘78 Chanh T. Trinh ‘95, ‘02 Bhargvendra Tripathi ‘10 Arden W. Trudnak ‘66 and Stephen J. Trudnak Jan W. Truebner ‘64 and Peter L. Truebner Christen N. Trussell ‘98 and Dee A. Trussell Warren W. Tucker ‘01 Oliver W. Tuckerman ‘12 Phyllis L. Conway ‘03 and Jim W. Tuley Debra Tullis Debra Tullis and Michael E. Tullis ‘96 Brian T. Tulloh ‘92 and Sharon S. Tulloh Brian Tully and Jessica S. Tully ‘74 Eilizabeth C. Turman ‘09 Ashley E. Turner Courtenay B. Turner Dana P. Turner ‘75 and Raymond P. Turner ‘77 Darin D. Turner ‘07 Chris C. Turner and Jess R. Turner John W. Turner and Patty Jo H. Turner Stephanie R. Turner ‘01 William R. Turner ‘98 Carol K. Turpin Irfan M. Uddin ‘10 Hellen G. Uhlhorn and Tudor G. Uhlhorn ‘83 Angela Ulrich ‘07 and Benjamin J. Ulrich ‘08 Intara Umpuch Nancy E. Underwood ‘73 John T. Unger ‘73, ‘74 and Kathy J. Welch ‘74 Matthew C. Unger ‘12
Gregory P. Urech ‘03, ‘12 Liz Urech and William C. Urech ‘95 Daniel E. Urrutia ‘11 Anita Usztoke ‘98 Gail W. Utter ‘76 Christopher Vaccaro and Kathleen S. Vaccaro ‘87 Ninaad C. Vaidya ‘11 Dean A. Valdez ‘97 Erin A. Reininger ‘03 and Michael M. Vallejo ‘06 Lauree Vallery Marcelyn M. Van Houten ‘94 Paul G. Vance ‘80 Stephanie M. Vance ‘08 Kurt A. VanderMeulen ‘73 and Suzan E. VanderMeulen ‘78 David L. Vandersand ‘93 and Erica Vandersand Mimi B. Vanderstraaten and William H. Vanderstraaten ‘82 John T. Vann ‘07 Timothy S. Vansaders Amruta Vantipalli ‘12 Manisha N. Varaiya ‘85 and Nikhil Varaiya Molly B. Vaughan ‘12 Kenneth S. Vaughn ‘80 and Maria C. Vaughn Stacy G. Vaughn ‘91 and Harvey Vaughn III Abteen Vaziri ‘04 Nicole M. Veale ‘12 Srinivasa R. Vejendla Jeffrey K. Veleke ‘97 Katherine Julian Venable and Richard R. Venable ‘72 Ramgopal Venkataraman Sujana P. Venna ‘11 Smitha Venugopal ‘03 Dorothy Verhalen and Robert Verhalen Stuart P. Vetterick ‘99, ‘00 John B. Viault ‘89 and Silvia M Viault Roel A. Vicerra ‘01 Marcelo P. Vieira ‘05 Peter R. Vig Ivan Vikin Carlos A. Villarreal ‘80 and Lois W. Villarreal ‘80 Anne V. Villere and Sandy J. Villere ‘97 Gonzalo Vinado ‘00 and Silmar A. Vinado James L. Vineyard ‘03 April Vineyard and Robert S. Vineyard ‘04 Venu Vinjamaram ‘10 Christine Vinklarek ‘78 Krishna K. Vishnubhotla Giang V. Vo ‘99 Alexander D. Volk ‘94 and Shelly Volk Alexander S. Von Gontard ‘07 Peter A. Gontard ‘07, ‘11 Andrew P. Von Kennel ‘04 Eric Vorst and Gabrielle S. Vorst ‘83, ‘87 Glenn B. Voss and Suzanne G. Voss Dimitris Vrettos Charles R. Vrooman ‘72 and Diana Vrooman Dhara R. Vyas ‘12 Mikhail Vyazmensky ‘98 and Roxann Vyazmensky
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Gregory H. Wade ‘84 and Mary Helen Wade Ayesha V. Wageneck ‘05 John S. Waggoner ‘92, ‘04 Rekha P. Waggoner ‘05 Jay Wagley and Susan B. Wagley ‘90 Alexander E. Wagner ‘11, ‘12 David S. Wagner ‘01 David H. Wagner ‘05 Gordon P. Wagner ‘49 and Paula Wagner Samantha L. Wakely James B. Walburg ‘85 and Sandra Walburg Arthur J. Waldrop ‘89 and Kathleen Hooker Waldrop Catherine F. Walker ‘89 and S. D. Walker ‘89 Dawn Walker ‘06 Gordon Walker John B. Walker ‘11 Kenneth P. Walker ‘78 and Nancy B. Walker Matthew H. Walker ‘11, ‘12 Randal B. Walker ‘84 Donald W. Wallace ‘11 James P. Wallace ‘91 and Jodie Wallace James A. Wallace ‘71 and Thelma L. Wallace Mary G. Wallace and Roger W. Wallace Sydney Waller and Vance F. Waller ‘81 Troy E. Waller James R. Wallis ‘77 Cathie F. Walner ‘63 and Robert Walner David M. Walsh ‘96 and Jennifer Walsh Bruce E. Walton Cameron A. Walts and Catherine C. Walts ‘99 Hsin-Mei Wang ‘06 Preston D. Ward ‘08 Kaydene J. Ward ‘01 and Thomas A. Ward Mark J. Warner ‘95 and Stephanie C. Warner Scott Warren and Vicki L. Warren ‘77 Gary D. Washburn and Ladana Washburn Jason H. Waters ‘98 and Jenny Waters Milton Watkin ‘98 Annette Jackson Watkins and Myron H. Watkins ‘93 Brian E. Watkins ‘07 Holly E. Watkins Raymond S. Watkins ‘95 Bobbie L. Watson ‘80 Colin Watson David A. Watson ‘96 and Grace T. Watson Leigh A. Watson and Thomas W. Watson Jacob F. Watters ‘07 Charles R. Watts ‘75 Robert C. Watts ‘06, ‘07 Robert C. Watts ‘12 Stephen C. Watts ‘80 and Susan N. Watts Charles E. Watts ‘47 and Wanda L. Watts Charles Wear and Janet K. Wear ‘83 Keith C. Weaver ‘77 and Rebecca Chandler Weaver Anna N. Webb ‘02 Beth S. Webb and James D. Webb ‘77 ‘80 Cynthia Glenn Webb and Jay K. Webb ‘87, ‘94 Jessica A. Webb Phillip R. Webb ‘01 Robert W. Webb ‘06
Adele M. Weber ‘99 Joseph A. Weber and Sylvia R. Weber ‘86 Jimmy D. Webster ‘00 and Kathryn Webster Cynthia Z Weed and Gary M. Weed ‘75 Margaret Weekley and Richard W. Weekley ‘67 Walter S. Weems ‘01 Bernard L. Weinstein and Marcia K. Weinstein James G. Weisenburger ‘10 Mary Leslie S. Wells Sandra Wells Grayson T. Wellsfry ‘11, ‘12 Jonathan M. Welschmeyer ‘05 Kelly A. Welsh ‘78 and Kevin D. Welsh David G. Welsh ‘93 and Mary Welsh Teresa M. Weltin and Wayne J. Weltin ‘80 Yun Ju Wen ‘06 Robert E. Werremeyer ‘85 and Susan Werremeyer Andrea J. Wertz ‘12 Dianne S. West ‘66 and Robert H. West ‘64 Christopher D. Wester ‘97, ‘08, ‘10 Andrew S. Wheeler ‘09 David T. Wheeler ‘86 and Ingrid Wheeler Kathryn H. Wheeler and R. Scott Wheeler ‘85 Laura O. Wheless and William M. Wheless ‘71 Ashley E. White ‘10 Amberly B. White and Duboise White ‘93 Jessica Gonzales White and Johnny L. White ‘98 Charles E. White and Laurie-Leigh White ‘07, ‘08 Harold Beall and Melody N. White ‘93 Brenda B. White ‘74 and Robert G. White ‘74, ‘75 Carol F. White and Winston W. White ‘76 Harvey Stotland and Tara L. WhiteheadStotland ‘88 Deborah Whitley Clifford S. Whitmore ‘89 Bryan P. Whitworth James K. Wicklund ‘76 and Kaari-Ana M. Wicklund Kathryn Wiggans and Thomas G. Wiggans ‘76 Misty N. Wightman ‘03 Abbey R. Wilburn ‘10 Jackie Wilcher ‘11 LaToya Wilcher-Smith ‘06 Gordon M. Wilkerson ‘84 Peggy P. Wilkinson and Robert Gregory (Greg) Wilkinson ‘69 Karl B. Willard ‘10 Aimee A. Williams Dan H. Williams ‘12 Debra S. Williams ‘11 Dwight F. Williams ‘81 Edwin A. Williams ‘98 Elizabeth Williams ‘80 Elizabeth E. Williams Gladys W. Williams ‘06 James B. Williams James E. Williams ‘68 and Nedra Williams
Nina Williams ‘12 Patricia A. Williams ‘81 Ross M. Williams ‘63 Abby S. Williams ‘94 and Todd A. Williams Billie Ida Williamson ‘74 Robert D. Willis ‘91 and Vivian Willis David C. Willms ‘78 Molly F. Wills ‘00 Alison Wilmarth and Paul C. Wilmarth ‘92 Libbie E. Wilmer ‘69 Amy E. Wilson ‘07 Anne M. Wilson ‘58, ‘72 and Jerry G. Wilson ‘58, ‘72 Ashley S. Wilson and Brad E. Wilson ‘01 Christopher S. Wilson ‘03 Douglass W. Wilson ‘96, ‘02 and Elizabeth A. Wilson ‘96, ‘00 J. S. Wilson ‘73, ‘75 and Susan P. Wilson ‘74 Leonard I. Wilson ‘70 and Mildred S. Wilson ‘74 Kay A Wilson and Randel Y. Wilson ‘62 Robert S. Wilson ‘62 Robert A. Wilson ‘67 and Susan Cooper Wilson ‘67 William W. Coody ‘72 and Shelia Marie Wilson C. E. Wilson ‘73 and Susan M. Wilson ‘80 William W. Wilson ‘09 Daphine Wilson-Lane Jane M. Winch and John J. Winch ‘84 Whitney C. Wineroth ‘05 Christopher S. Winn Kevin C. Winner ‘10 Carolyn E. Winsby ‘81 Kimbrough M. Winston ‘84 and Lori Winston Burt N. Winter ‘95 Christopher D. Winters ‘78 and Marilyn M. Winters Ronald R. Winters ‘09 Deborah Wisynski and Rick F. Wisynski ‘04 Brandon M. Witte Anton H. Witte and Cathleen K. Witte Donna C. Wittliff ‘72 Meg A. Wittmer and Steven T. Wittmer ‘84 Douglas W. Woessner ‘10 Scott D. Wolbers ‘85 Carol D. Wold and Scott W. Wold ‘95 Mohammed Ali and Almaz G. Woldeab ‘02 Brian T. Wolf ‘06 Alison Wolf and David J. Wolf ‘98 Carol K. Wolfe and Newman R. Wolfe ‘70 James M. Wolff ‘91 and Lisa Carson Wolff David M. Womack ‘97 James E. Womack ‘12 Jennifer W. Wong ‘07 Ronald H. Wong Heather B. Wood and Michael L. Wood ‘89 Lanell L. Wood and Robert C. Wood Blair P. Woodall ‘74 and Laura M. Woodall Christina M. Woodard ‘06 Phillip Jones and Diane L. Woodend ‘87 Richard G. Woodward ‘00 Glenn S. Woppman ‘87 and Gloria Woppman Todd M. Wostrel ‘99, ‘11
Candace H. Wrenn ‘05 Brian M. Wright ‘12 Susan S. Wright ‘90 Wesley D. Wright ‘08 Jiang Wu ‘00 Mitchell Wu ‘07 Jennifer Lynn Wurster and Michael F. Wurster ‘04 Matthew R. Wyatt ‘03 Dee and Charles Wyly † Christopher W. Wynne ‘08 Yang Xiao ‘05, ‘12 Bayaner Arigong and Qiong Xu ‘12 Amita Yadav and Vinod K. Yadav ‘04 Allen E. Yamashita ‘81 Jeananne O. Yanko and John B. Yanko ‘79 Julia A. Yano and Kennion K. Yano ‘77 Charles D. Yates ‘82 Frank W. Yates Arby Yates and George M. Yates Cynthia R. Yeargan ‘77 and Stephen T. Yeargan ‘69 Ramanatha Yellaturu Paul A. Yeoham ‘93 Deana A. Yetter ‘11, ‘12 Adrienne C. Yim ‘12 Qiang N. Yin Asmerom W. Yohannes ‘07 Byron B. Luke and Linda G. Yohe ‘85 Hyun Young Cho and Dohshik Yoon ‘12 John C. Young Lisa P. Young David A. Young ‘72 and Lynn S. Young ‘73 Mary C. Young ‘11 Barbara D. Young ‘76 and Stephen F. Young ‘73 Elizabeth A. Youngblood ‘05 Katherine R. Yount ‘09, ‘10 Edward S. Yu ‘10 Yi Yang Yu ‘11 Joseph P. Yurich ‘08 Shan Y. Zaidi ‘09, ‘10 Saul A. Zambrano ‘96 Mark J. Zanotti and Ryan S. Zanotti ‘04 Piotr J. Zapendowski ‘00 George N. Zarafonetis ‘41 Douglas Zemke and Ellen B. Zemke ‘78 Kevin H. Zentmeyer ‘12 Hong Zhang ‘09 Jing Zhou ‘10, ‘12 Fudong Jiang ‘12 and Nanli Zhu Brittany A. Zimlich ‘12 Stephen J. Zimmerly and Virginia A. Zimmerly ‘78 B. J. Zimmerman ‘54 and Patsy C. Zimmerman James Ziperski and Robyn B. Ziperski ‘87 Ivan Zubo ‘00
Listed here are those corporations and foundations that made contributions to the Cox School of Business June 1, 2011 — May 31, 2012. 3D Development Group LLC 58 Acre Beechnut Account 7-Eleven Inc. AEP - American Electric Power Affairs to Remember Catering & Events AllianceBernstein’s Matching Gift Program American Airlines Political Action Committee American Petroleum Institute AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group AMR/American Airlines Inc. AmWINS Brokerage of Texas Inc. Andrews Distributing Company of North Texas LLC Apple Texas Restaurants, Inc. d/b/a Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar Aristeia Capital LLC Ashel Enterprises Inc. Asher Resources Partnership Ask Me About Art Associations Inc. AT&T Employee Giving/United Way Campaign AT&T Foundation AT&T Inc. Atmos Energy Corp. Avalon Language Services Inc. Bacon Charitable Corp. Bank of America Foundation Bank of Oklahoma N.A. Bank of Texas N.A. Barbara B. Owen Survivors Trust Baylor Family Foundation BFA Holdings LLC BKD LLP Blessing Petroleum Group LLC BNSF Railway Co. The Boeing Company Gift Match Program Brinkman Financial Company L.P. Bubbies of San Francisco, Inc. Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. Capital One Services Inc. Capital Title of Texas LLC The Catholic Foundation CFP Foundation Charles G. Koch Foundation Chesapeake Operating Inc. Cheshire & Associates Chicago Community Foundation Chief Partners LP The Coca-Cola Foundation Coca-Cola Refreshments USA Inc. Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. Colt Energy Inc. Comerica Bank Communities Foundation of Texas Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of North Texas
Community Funeral Home of Tyler LLC The Corrigan-Goddard Foundation Crew Classic Inc. Crosstex Energy Services L.P. Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Society Inc. Dallas Chapter of CPCU Society The Dallas Foundation The David B. Miller Family Foundation Dell Giving Deloitte Foundation Devon Energy Corporation DFW Chapter Risk & Insurance Management Society Dillard’s Inc. Doll Family Foundation Don Kay Clay Cash Foundation DRH Data Services Inc. The Duda Family Foundation Eagle Oil & Gas Co. Earthman Foundation East Bay Community Foundation ELSR L.P. Elvis and Joan Mason Family Trust Emerson Charitable Trust Encap Investments L.P. Energy Future Holdings Corp. Erin Ashley Business Solutions Ernst & Young Foundation Ernst & Young LLP Expedient PI Exxon Mobil Corp. ExxonMobil Foundation Ficke & Co. Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fletcher Freeman - Attorney at Law The Frill Foundation Frito-Lay Inc. The Gay D. and William F. Scott Family Foundation GE Foundation The Gerald J. Ford Family Foundation Germany Properties Ltd. Goldman, Sachs & Co. Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program Greater Kansas City Community Foundation Griffith & Associates, CPA Hagerman Corporation & Hagerman & Seureau Inc. Halliburton Co. Halliburton Energy Services Inc. The Hartford Hay Group Haynes and Boone LLP Heartland IT Consulting Hegi Family Foundation Heyco Energy Group Holt Atherton Educational Foundation Hour Motors Hrubetz Oil Co. Hughes Investments Inc. Hunt Consolidated Inc. ICC Energy Corporation Ignite Restaurant Group Inc.
Illinois Tool Works Inc. Ingersoll-Rand Charitable Foundation Invesco Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles John L. Wortham & Son L.P. Jumping Cow Gelbvieh Ranch Jung Hyun Chon 2005 Revocable Trust Junk Genie LLC JWA Financial Group Inc. Kemmons Wilson Family Foundation Kenney Marie Dixon Trust KeyBank Foundation Keystone Investments LLC Kimberly-Clark Foundation, Inc. The KPMG Foundation KPMG LLP LaRoche Petroleum Consultants Ltd. Laura A. Till Trust Lennox International Inc. Lisa J. Leder Family Foundation Lockheed Martin - Missiles and Fire Control Lockheed Martin Foundation Lockton Companies of Dallas Lone Star Land & Energy LLC Lori Kosberg Blumenthal Living Trust The Loyd Charitable Foundation Luther King Capital Management M. C. Petty & Company Inc. M.B. & Edna Zale Foundation Marc J. Leder Foundation Inc. McGladrey McKesson Corp. McKesson Foundation, Inc. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. Microsoft Matching Gifts Program MLG Partners Ltd. Morgan Stanley Charitable Spending Accounts Program Mosaic Sales Solutions Murphy Oil Corp. Mutual of Omaha Bank National Christian Foundation - Tampa Bay National Semiconductor Nethergroup LLC Network for Good Nexen Petroleum U.S.A. Inc. Nokia Inc. Northrop Grumman Foundation NTR Metals LLC Omaha Community Foundation One Of A Kind Day Care Center Oracle Corporation Matching Gifts Program The P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Pecos Street Partners LLC PepsiCo Foundation Inc. Peter Joseph Downey Family Living Trust Petro-Hunt Group LLC PG&E Corp. Foundation Philips People Services Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc. Pitts Oil Company LLC Plains All American Pipeline L.P.
Plains Exploration & Production Co. Plaza of the Americas PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP PricewaterhouseCoopers Matching Gift Program Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program Quicksilver Resources Inc. Raytheon Matching Gifts for Education Program RBC Capital Markets Corporation Gift Matching Program Regions Financial Corp. Foundation Renaissance Charitable Foundation Inc. Reyes Law Partners PLLC Richard W. Weekley dba Weekley Properties Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation RSM McGladrey Inc. Sabre Holdings Corporation The Saccacio Family Foundation The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc. The Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Foundation Scheschuk Inc. Schwab Charitable Fund Sewell Automotive Cos. Sewell Family of Dealerships Sharon J. Baca, CFP Silicon Valley Community Foundation Silver Creek Ventures Society for Information Management, DFW Chapter Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME Southwestern Graduate School of Banking Foundation StarTex Title Co., LLC Stephens Inc. Summit Alliance Investment Group The Susie and John L. Adams Family Foundation Swingle, Collins & Associates TEAK Midstream LLC Texas Instruments Foundation Time Warner Cable Inc. The Todd and Abby Williams Family Foundation TRUiST Tulsa Community Foundation U.S. Trust Co. of Texas N.A. UHY Advisors TX LLC Underwood Financial Ltd. United Way of Delaware Tocqueville Society Vera Cash Foundation Inc. Verado Energy, Inc. Verizon Foundation Wells Fargo Bank NA Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program Wicker & Associates Inc. Willard M. and Ruth Mayer Johnson Charitable Foundation William E. Armentrout Foundation Windowseat Pictures
Edwin L. Cox School of Business
Executive Board Mr. John C. Tolleson Chairman of the Board Mr. David. B. Miller Vice Chairman
Mr. David E. Alexander Former Vice Chair and Southwest Area Managing Partner Ernst & Young LLP Mr. Gerald B. Alley President Con-Real, Inc. Mr. Victor D. Almeida President and CEO Interceramic Mr. Stephen L. Arata Executive Vice President and CFO Caiman Energy, LLC Mr. F. Thaddeus Arroyo Chief Information Ofﬁcer AT&T Ms. Marilyn Augur Chairman Marilyn Augur Enterprises Mr. Norman P. Bagwell Chairman and CEO Bank of Texas, N.A. Mr. C. Fred Ball, Jr. Senior Chair of the Board Bank of Texas, N.A. Mr. J. Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Chairman and CEO Harwood International Mr. Raymond A. Basye, Jr. Sewell Cadillac Dallas Mr. James F. Berry President Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Ms. Jan Hart Black Managing Director Black Muncy Davis and Associates Mr. Raymond A. Blanchette President and CEO Ignite Restaurant Group Mr. William A. Blase, Jr. Senior Executive Vice PresidentHuman Resources AT&T Inc. Mr. Tony Boghetich Owner and CEO Omar B. Milligan Enterprises Mr. Pat S. Bolin President Eagle Oil & Gas Company Ms. Julie Ann Brice Founder and Former Owner I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt, Inc. Mr. Tucker S. Bridwell President Mansfeldt Investment Corporation Mr. Bradley Brookshire Chairman Brookshire Grocery Company Mr. Peter D. Brundage Managing Director Goldman Sachs Mr. Donald J. Carty Retired Chairman American Airlines Retired Vice Chairman Dell, Inc. Mr. Felix Chen President and CEO PAJ Inc. Mr. Gus Comiskey Managing Director Fulcrum Partners, LLC Ms. Kelly H. Compton Executive Director The Hoglund Foundation Mr. Dan W. Cook, III Senior Advisor MHT Partners
Mr. William R. Cooper Chairman Paragon Group Mr. Edwin L. Cox Chairman and CEO Edwin L. Cox Company Ms. Katherine R. Crow Civic and Philanthropic Leader Mr. Gary T. Crum President CFP Foundation Mr. William A. Custard President and CEO Dallas Production, Inc. Mr. Terry R. Dallas Executive Vice President and Managing Director Wells Fargo U.S. Corporate Banking Mr. Joseph M. DePinto President and CEO 7-Eleven, Inc. Mr. Derek E. Dewan Mr. Antoine L. V. Dijkstra Implexus Capital & Partners Mr. Frank M. Dunlevy Vice Chairman, Managing Director Cowen & Company, LLC Dr. Steven M. Edwards President SMU Faculty Senate Mr. Juan Elek Co-Chairman Elek, Moreno Valle y Asociados Mr. Andrew S. Fisher Mr. Bryant R. Fisher Retired Senior Vice President Federated Mr. Martin L. Flanagan President and CEO INVESCO Ms. Lisa A. Gardner President and CEO OMS Strategic Advisors, LLC Mr. James F. Geiger CEO Cbeyond Mr. William W. George Dr. James R. Gibbs Mr. David L. Gonzales Chairman and CEO David L. Gonzales & Associates, LLC Mr. Norman Green Founder and Former Owner Dallas Stars Hockey Mr. Charles L. Gummer Chairman Keystone Investments LLC Mr. Seth Hall President Source One Spares Ms. Linda W. Hart Vice Chairman and CEO Hart Group, Inc. Mr. Brad K. Heppner Chairman and CEO Heritage Highland Finance & Management Services Mr. Denny Holman Chairman of the Board Folsom Properties, Inc. Mr. Thomas W. Horton Chairman and CEO AMR Corporation and American Airlines Mr. Kevin C. Howe General Partner, Mercury Ventures Chairman/CEO River Logic Mr. Clark K. Hunt Chairman Kansas City Chiefs Mr. Douglas E. Hutt Community Bancorp LLC
Mr. Mark M. Jacobs Mr. Thomas W. Jasper Managing Partner Manursing Partners LLC Mr. Hugh W. Jones President and CEO Travelocity Global Mr. David K. Kao Managing Partner Advantage Resources Group Mr. James W. Keyes Chairman Key Development, LLC Ms. Nancy Loewe Vice President and Treasurer Kimberly Clark Mr. Paul B. Loyd, Jr. Mr. D. Scott Luttrell CEO LCM Group Dr. Bobby B. Lyle Chairman, President and CEO Lyco Holdings Incorporated Mr. James H. MacNaughton Vice Chairman BMO Capital Markets Mr. Cary M. Maguire President and CEO Maguire Oil Company Mr. Ken Malcolmson Regional CEO, West Central Region Humana Mr. Scott J. McLean Chief Executive Ofﬁcer Amegy Bank of Texas Mr. Michael P. McCloskey Chairman and CEO FRI Investors Mr. Michael F. McGehee CEO Wilmac Companies, LLC Mr. Michael A. Merriman President and CEO Financial Holding Corporation Mr. David B. Miller Senior Managing Partner EnCap Investments, LLC Mr. Tyree B. Miller President A.G. Hill Partners, LLC Mr. Roger Nanney Vice Chairman Deloitte LLP Mr. Erle A. Nye Chairman Emeritus TXU Corp. Ms. Connie O’Neill Civic and Philanthropic Leader Mr. P. Scott Ozanus Vice Chairman - Tax KPMG LLP Ms. Karen Parkhill Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Ofﬁcer Comerica Incorporated Ms. Patricia Patterson President Patterson Investments Dr. Sheron Patterson Communications Ofﬁcer The North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church Mr. Randal L. Perkins Private Investor Private Advisory Group Mr. Timothy E. Perry Managing Director Credit Suisse AG Ms. Melissa M. Reiff President The Container Store
Mr. Rick Richards Senior Vice President Hunt Global Resources, Inc. Mr. Ronald H. Ridlehuber Chairman First Choice Network, LLC Mr. Ronald A. Rittenmeyer Retired Former Chairman, President and CEO EDS Mr. Robert D. Rogers Chairman of the Board Texas Industries, Inc. Mr. Philip J. Romano Owner Romano Concepts, Ltd Mr. James J. Saccacio Co-Founder RealtyTrac Mr. Robert J. Schlegel Chairman Pavestone Company Mr. Jeffrey R. Schmid Chairman and Chief Executive Ofﬁcer Mutual of Omaha Bank Mr. Mark W. Schortman Senior Vice President and General Manager Coca Cola Refreshments Mr. John M. Scott III Mr. David T. Seaton Chairman and CEO Fluor Corporation Mr. Carl Sewell Chairman Sewell Automotive Companies Mr. Michael J. Skillman CEO Cadence Capital Management Mr. Michael G. Smith Private Investments Mr. Richard K. Templeton President, CEO and Director Texas Instruments Inc. Mr. Guy R. Thomas Retired Vice President U.S. Sales Operations Coca-Cola Enterprises Mr. John C. Tolleson Chairman and CEO Tolleson Wealth Management Mr. William Vanderstraaten President Chief Partners LP Mr. Scott B. Walker President Downstream Capital, LLC Mr. Richard Ware President Amarillo National Bank Mr. Garry Weber Chairman of the Board Weber Financial, Inc. Ms. Julia C. Wellborn Executive Vice President Wealth Management Executive Director Comerica Bank Mr. William M. Wheless III President Wheless Properties Mr. Robert A. Wilson Executive Vice President Kemmons-Wilson Companies Mr. Royce E. (Ed) Wilson Co-Chairman and CEO Attensity Media LLC Ms. Trea C. Yip CEO TY Commercial Group, Inc.
Cox Alumni Association
Board of Directors February 20: Scottsdale: Cox Alumni Association reception: Kevin Knox, right, visits with Rayford Irvin (MBA ’99) and Deborah Poulos Hinz (MBA ’04).
June 14: Houston: Cox Alumni Association luncheon and speaker event coordinated by Phil Moran (MBA ’87, Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors). Bill Lacy, director of the Dole Institute at Kansas University served as keynote speaker, “Handicapping the Presidential Election.”
March 26: Marina Del Ray: Cox Alumni Association reception: Brady Thompson (BBA ’09) and Clark Bacon (BBA ’04, Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors). cox.smu.edu
James Alvetro Clark Bacon Jim Bernard Dennis Cail Rick Calero Jordan Carter Jack Chapman Trey Chappell Paul Collins Clayton Dallas Paul Divis *** Jeff Dyer Dan Einhorn Gonzalo Escamez Sada Mark Galyardt Angela Gieras Dan Goe Grant Goodman John Goodrum Brooke Green Paul Henderson Chip Hiemenz Tessa Hoskin A. J. Hu Taruna Jain Nick Kapral Pam Hoyerman Kemper Dave Manges Kyle Martin Ashley Wilson McClellan Lauren McDonald ** Frank McGrew Max Meggs Aakash Moondhra Phil Moran Rhonda Murphy Fabio Okamoto Carlton O’Neal Kylie Wood Owens Jonathan Parker Bruce Parkerson Kyle Perkins Matt Peakes Evan Radler Angela Raitzin Chris Reilly Wayne Richard David Rouse Elisabeth Schmidt Allen Shank Javier Silvera Chase Spirito Cristine Struble Matthew Struble Arun Subramanian Katy Thomas Laura Till David Visinsky Catherine Walts Chris Wilson Rich Wilson Jiang Wu Liz Youngblood ** Chair, *** Vice Chair
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Alumni Proﬁles Robert W. Dudley (MBA ’79)
president of the BP Board, with accountability for BP’s activities in the Americas and Asia. He was later appointed group chief executive of BP plc in October 2010. During 2012 Dudley also served as president and CEO of BP’s Gulf Coast Restoration organization in the USA. Dudley has a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois and a Master’s in international management from Thunderbird School of Global Management. While at SMU Cox, Dudley worked as the ﬁrst graduate assistant in the Maguire Oil and Gas Institute. Dudley’s external roles include membership of The Business Council, The World Economic Forum International Business Council, the UK/UAE CEO’s Forum, the UK/Turkey CEO’s Forum and the Russian Geographical Society.
James C. Madden (BBA ’83)
leading private equity ﬁrm, and in 2007, he became a partner at Accretive Technology Partners, another private equity concern. His ﬁrst effort at Accretive was to co-found Accolade Health, a fastgrowing, integrated health care services company supporting the employees and family members of Fortune 500 companies. Madden began his career with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and was later a principal with Booz-Allen. Despite his busy schedule, Madden ﬁnds time to serve on the boards of directors of six ﬁrms, including two public companies—Genpact and ServiceSource. He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization. Madden graduated magna cum laude from SMU with a BBA in ﬁnance and a BA in geology in 1983.
Karen L. Parkhill (BBA ’87)
Parkhill served as CFO for the Commercial Banking business of JPMorgan Chase and Co. from 2007 until 2011. She joined the Investment Bank of J.P. Morgan in 1992 and held various positions of increasing scope and responsibility in 19 years with JPMorgan Chase. Passionate about community service, Parkhill has served on the board of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation. She is also a past board member of the YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago and the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls in Chicago. She earned a BBA in ﬁnance and a BS in mathematics from SMU in 1987, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Parkhill is a member of the Cox Executive Board.
Group CEO BP plc London, United Kingdom Robert “Bob” Dudley joined Amoco in 1979, the same year he earned his MBA at Cox. He held a variety of engineering, commercial and strategy posts with Amoco in the U.S., the U.K., Russia and China, until the merger with BP in 1998. In 1999, Dudley became executive assistant to the BP Group CEO. Subsequently, he was appointed group vice president, Renewables and Alternative Energy, followed by the post of group vice president, Exploration and Production, with accountability for Russia, the Caspian, Angola, Algeria and Egypt. From 2003-08 Dudley served as president and CEO of TNK-BP Moscow. In April 2009, Dudley became executive vice Founder & Managing Partner Madden Capital Partners, LLC Newport Beach, Calif. Jim Madden is the founder and managing partner of Madden Capital Partners, LLC, a specialty investment and advisory services ﬁrm focused on serving technology-enabled services companies. Previously, he was the founder, chairman and CEO of Exult, Inc., an innovator and market leader in human resources business process outsourcing for Global 500 corporations. In just ﬁve years, Exult became the most widely recognized HR processing company in the world, growing from a start-up to more than $500 million in revenue with more than 2,000 employees. After merging Exult into Hewitt in late 2004, Madden became a senior advisor with General Atlantic, a Vice Chair & CFO Comerica Inc. Dallas, Texas Karen Parkhill is a vice chair and the CFO for Comerica, which she joined in August 2011, assuming administrative responsibilities for the Service Company, Corporate Planning and Development, and Corporate Compliance and Financial Intelligence. In November 2011, Parkhill was named CFO to succeed the previous CFO, who retired in April. In her expanded role, she assumed direct management of Finance and all ﬁnancial reporting. Parkhill is also a member of Comerica’s Management Executive and Policy Committees, and she serves on the Comerica Bank Board of Directors. She was named No. 7 on the “American Bankers List of Top 25 Women to Watch” in 2011.
2012 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI
Each year the Cox School celebrates the accomplishments of its alumni at the Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon, now in its 21st year. Alumni are nominated based on their demonstrated civic and business leadership. For additional information or for nominations, please visit cox.smu.edu/web/alumni/cox-distinguished-alumni. Outstanding Young Alumni must be 40 years old or younger.
2012 OUTSTANDING YOUNG ALUMNI Richard (Trey) M. Chappell (BBA ’00)
and planning. Chappell is also working toward establishing a communication-style program for university athletic departments to use with student athletes. Chappell founded College X-ing in Scottsdale, Ariz., where he also founded the Scottsdale College Fair Foundation in 2007, which established a 501c3 nonproﬁt to create a scholarship fund for students in need. In addition, he has served as a ﬁnancial aid information resource for NBC News. Chappell majored in ﬁnance, minored in economics and earned his BBA from SMU in 2000. He stays connected to the Cox School as a member of the SMU Cox Alumni Association Board.
Ashley W. McClellan (BBA ’04)
Children’s Research Hospital in 2003. She graduated from SMU magna cum laude with a BBA and BA in 2004, and then went on to graduate magna cum laude with an MBA and a Master of Hospital Administration from Texas Woman’s University in 2005. Becker’s Hospital Review recently named McClellan among its “Rising Stars: 25 Healthcare Leaders under Age 40” for 2012. The list recognizes the talent and drive of 25 women and men who have come to hold executive positions within their hospital or health system before the age of 40. In August 2011, McClellan was recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as one of its “40 Under Forty,” and in October, the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council named her the “Young Healthcare Executive of the Year.” She also serves on the SMU Cox Alumni Association Board.
Owner College X-ing, LLC Scottsdale, Ariz. Throughout the four years that Richard “Trey” Chappell was working toward his BBA at SMU Cox, he also held down a job as a student tour guide. Inspired by his experience showing students and their parents around campus, Chappell founded a company called College X-ing, LLC just two years after he graduated. The professional service works with high school students and their families to assist in college admissions advising and planning. College X-ing also helps students once they’re in college with career advising
CEO Medical Center of Lewisville Lewisville, Texas Ashley McClellan became the president and chief executive ofﬁcer of Medical Center of Lewisville in December 2011, after having served as interim CEO since September. She joined Medical Center of Lewisville as chief operating ofﬁcer in 2008. Prior to that, she was the associate administrator at Overland Park Regional Medical Center in Kansas, as part of HCA’s COO development program. Before moving to Kansas, McClellan held various roles at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children here in Dallas, including director of patient and physician relations, and as a ﬂuent Spanish speaker, was also an interpreter at the hospital. While working toward a double major in ﬁnance and Spanish at SMU, she served as the campaign coordinator at St. Jude cox.smu.edu
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Class of 1946:
Robert N. Watkin, Jr. (BBA) received his degree from SMU Cox in August after discharge from the Army, having served in the 103rd Infantry Division in France in 1944. That fall he went to Yale Law School, graduating in 1949 and practicing with the Dallas ﬁrm of Malone, Lipscomb and Seay until 1952 when he contracted hepatitis. During his recovery he felt a call to the ministry and entered Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Va., graduating with highest honors in 1956. While serving as a minister in Tennessee and later in Dallas, he earned a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. In 1972 he was called as the minister of Rivermont Presbyterian Church in Chattanooga, where he served until retiring in 1990. In January 1991, he began teaching as an adjunct professor in the Philosophy and Religion Department at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, retiring in 2005. He now lives in Richmond.
Class of 1958:
Lt. Col. Glenn Askew (BBA), is retired in Wichita Falls, Texas, after a 22-year Air
Force career. His ﬁnal assignment was center executive ofﬁcer of the Sheppard Technical Training Center, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. After retirement, Glenn was engaged in recruiting and stafﬁng services with a national personnel search ﬁrm. He and his wife Mary have two daughters and a son. They are proud grandparents of eight: four boys and four girls. During his Air Force career, he was named the Air Force’s Outstanding Administrative Services Staff Ofﬁcer for his direction of the Clark Air Base, Philippines, Central Base Administration Directorate and his contribution to Project Homecoming that brought back the Vietnam War POWs. He currently is active in the Wichita Falls Rotary Club and is a member and tenor soloist with the Midwestern State University Orotorio Chorus and the First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Choir.
Class of 1960:
Fred Skaggs (BBA) is proud to share that his granddaughter, Nicole Skaggs, was admitted to the U.S. Naval Academy class of 2016 on June 28, 2012. She was recruited
as a varsity swimmer. She is a graduate of Torrey Pines High School, San Diego, Calif., where she was an academic All-American swimmer and a National Merit Scholar.
Class of 1961:
Jean Pipsaire Grifﬁth (BBA) retired in 2002, after 20+ years in the real estate industry in Dallas and Richardson. Her husband, Ben, is also retired, and they enjoy three acres, a lake, a building for their motor home, house and large shop about four miles outside of Canton, Texas. In “Big Sugar,” their motor home, they have traveled to 47 states and several Canadian provinces, including Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. The past four years they have gone to Maine, Booth Bay Harbor and Camden for the summer months. When home they enjoy ﬁshing, four-wheeling and participating in various civic activities in Canton. Their blended family includes four adults and eight grandchildren, all of whom they love to visit in Dallas, Longview, Rockwall and Durham, England. Life is good.
Class of 1964:
Douglas Gary Carmen (BBA) retired in 2006 from his position as professor at Texas State University San Marcos. There he taught economics and ﬁnance courses, such as investments, retirement planning and ﬁnancial planning.
Class of 1973:
Dale Demastus (BBA) retired from Freeport-McMoran Copper and Gold after 35 years working in human resources in various industries.
Class of 1974:
Dan M. Linn (BBA) retired in July 2012 from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts after 40 years of service. After serving in the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam, he intended to work there for just a short time before heading to the Internal Revenue Service and then entering private practice. However, Bob Bullock convinced Dan to stay, and what started as a brief learning experience evolved into a longstanding career with ﬁve different state comptrollers. For the past 10 years, Dan was the manager for Evaluation, Development and Succession Planning, helping to ensure that the state tax audit function remains ready to take on the challenges of the future. “We learn something every day that keeps the agency on the leading edge of technology and efﬁciency,” Dan said, “and it all started with a solid foundation of learning at SMU.”
has been awarded both Indie and IPPY book awards. Darlene travels nationally as a speaker/trainer on overcoming obstacles.
Class of 1989:
Deborah Counts (BBA) enjoys a career that started in business, segued into law and now resides in fantasy. She is a novelist with three novels, Wanna Get Lucky? and Lucky Stiff. The third, So Damn Lucky, is a Sex and the City-meetsElmore Leonard romp in Las Vegas. She lives and laughs in Las Vegas. Gregory W. Kugle (BBA) of Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert, a Honolulubased law ﬁrm, has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Meritas, a global alliance of business law ﬁrms. Kugle will serve a three-year term, also serving on the Finance committee. The Meritas Board of Directors is comprised of 21 lawyers from its 175 member ﬁrms across 75 countries. Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert is the only Hawaii law ﬁrm that belongs to Meritas.
Class of 1992:
Julie Dare (BBA) completed a Ph.D. in Business (Strategy) at the University of Southern California in December 2011.
Class of 1994:
Dory Wiley (PMBA) is now the president and CEO of Commerce Street Capital.
Class of 1977:
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Class of 1988:
Arvind Krishnaswami (MBA) recently received the 2012 Business Person of the Year Award in the Emerging Entrepreneur Category by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. This award is presented to a successful business owner who has owned his/her business for three to seven years and has demonstrated extraordinary ﬁnancial success. Arvind is the founding principal and CEO of Medlytix, which provides data analytics and technology systems to help health-care providers efﬁciently manage their accounts receivable process.
Louis Marion Mathis (BBA) worked in the computer/networking industry his entire working career. He is now retired and wrote a book, The Tear of Ra, The Second Coming of 9/11, published January 3, 2012. He currently resides in Richardson, Texas, and has started on the second installment of the Brad Rominger mystery.
Darlene Doxey Ellison (BBA) was named by the Dallas Business Journal as one of the top 25 “Women in Business” for 2011. Darlene, vice president of business development for Veritex Community Bank, is the founder and coordinator of two award-winning “Women in Business” groups in the Dallas area. Additionally, she is author of The Predator Next Door, which
Brent Jaye (BBA) has been promoted to vice president, Amazon Web Services Support.
Class of 1997:
Thomas C. Berg, Jr., CFA (BBA) is a managing director and has been named a shareholder of FMV Opinions, Inc., a national ﬁrm offering ﬁnancial valuation and ﬁnancial advisory services. He is located in FMV’s San Francisco ofﬁce where he leads its ﬁnancial services, gaming, homebuilding and winery practices. In April 2012, Tom was announced as a winner of the Third Annual “40 Under 40” M&A Advisor Recognition Award - West Region. Tom resides in Presidio Heights, Calif. with Tina, his wife of 10 years, and Julia, Thomas III and J.T., his three children. Russel Birk (MBA) recently accepted a position as treasurer at SourceHOV, a Dallas-based outsourcing business. Roman Bogoslavsky (MBA) is now the CFO for Cambridge Holdings. Melanie M. Chavez (MA/MBA) was recognized as a member of the Cincinnati Business Courier “Forty Under 40” Class of 2011 and just completed her term as the Junior League of Cincinnati’s 62nd President. Rob Donnelly (MBA) is currently managing general partner of Guardian Ventures, a boutique private equity and venture investment ﬁrm, and has expanded his role within Wealth Management Americas for UBS, the Swiss-owned investment management and banking group. Eric Holcomb (BBA) recently returned from a three-year international assignment in Europe, and he was promoted to director of investor relations at Baker Hughes in Houston. Jason Mattox (BBA) was named chief operating ofﬁcer of Behringer Harvard on September 1, 2011. Ron McCaulery (MBA) celebrated his ﬁfth anniversary as treasury manager for Sheridan Production Company. Ron’s responsibilities include debt, cash management, insurance, hedging and credit. In addition to his day job, Ron has enjoyed 21 years of marriage and has three wonderful children.
Tiffany Phelps (MA/MBA) works for the HEC (L’École des Hautes Études Commerciales) Paris Foundation as the associate director of development for North America. She travels frequently to visit with U.S.-based alumni and especially enjoys her trips to New York. Her husband, Corey Phelps, is a professor with HEC’s strategy faculty. They live in Paris and are expecting their ﬁrst child in October 2012.
Class of 1998:
Sheppard (Mike) Miers (MBA) and Kristi Miers are pleased to announce the birth of their third child, a baby boy, Carter Haas Miers. He was born on July 11, 2011, in Tulsa, OK.
Class of 1999:
Gina Ashton (EMBA) is now the CEO at Snelling. Dwight Hill (PMBA) started the Retail Advisory in the summer of 2011 to help retailers drive growth and improve proﬁtability and their customer experience. He worked in management at Deloitte’s retail strategy practice and Neiman Marcus for nearly 20 years and held executive roles at Zale Corp. and Michaels Stores Inc.
Eric Malloy (PMBA) is now the senior vice president and national marketing manager of The Union Bank of Texas.
Class of 2000:
Nathaniel A. Carty (MBA) was made partner at ABG Sundal Collier, where he currently serves as the ﬁrm’s risk controller. Bavita Doolabh (MSA) is “working” fulltime as a stay-at-home mom to son Deven, who was born February 5, 2012. Laura Howard (BBA) has been accepted into the partnership at Ernst & Young U.S., LLP, effective July 1, 2012. She will continue to be based in Dallas, serving healthcare clients in the Advisory Practice. Aaron Solganick (PMBA) is the CEO and founder of Generation Equity Advisors, LLC, a Los Angeles-based technology investment bank and M&A advisory ﬁrm he started in 2009.
Class of 2001:
Jesus Arce (MBA) and his wife Gurmit welcomed their ﬁrst child into this world on February 27, 2012. Their son, Aiden Tomas Arce, was born at 6:37 p.m.,
weighing 7 lbs. 4 oz., and 20 inches in length. Mike Berry (EMBA) manages a blog, Strategic Leadership Communication, that is going strong after 16 months (http:// strategicleadershipcommunication.com). A series of interviews he’s done with leaders in Organization Science and Leadership Development will start appearing next fall in the journal Organizational Dynamics. Brennan G. Cross (MBA) and his wife Joanne now reside in Raleigh, N.C., along with their two daughters, Hartley and Reagan. Brennan is a founding principal of ACT Wealth Management, LLC, which is a Plano, Texas, based Registered Investment Advisory ﬁrm. Jeremy Jackson (BBA) was promoted to assistant regional vice president at the Hanover Insurance Group with responsibilities for sales, marketing and distribution of the Illinois Personal Lines market. Jeremy has been with Hanover for six years. Prior to this role, he was the regional ﬁnance director for the Midwest region. He resides in Chicago with his wife, Heather.
J’son Lewis (BBA) currently works for Weichert Relocation as a consultant to oil and gas clients. The company assists clients with moving their employees to new job assignments all over the world. He lives in Houston and spends his free time with family and friends both there and in Dallas. Alex Stem (MBA) and his family are relocated to the United Kingdom for a three-year assignment that started in August. He is serving as senior brand manager responsible for developing the European business for his company, Victor Technologies. Aaron Zolna (BBA) was recently promoted to Major in the U.S. Air Force and completed B-2 Stealth Bomber Training at Whiteman AFB, Mo. Aaron, along with his wife Whitney (BBA ’04), celebrated the birth of Walker, their ﬁrst child, on February 21, 2012.
Class of 2002:
Felipe Mendoza (MBA) was appointed director of the early stage technology investments for the $200 million ORIX Texas Technology & Infrastructure Venture Capital Fund. Felipe joined ORIX from GLP Advisors, a Sevin Rosen afﬁliate, and previously co-founded TAC Portfolio Advisors. Felipe was formerly at Dallas-
based Silver Creek Ventures, an early stage, information technology, venture capital ﬁrm where he was the CFO and associate.
Class of 2003:
Kreg Hall (MBA) is now a marketing account executive for McGriff, Seibels & Williams, Inc.
Class of 2004:
Nicholas Kovach (MBA) and his wife now have two wonderful kids, Michael (3 years old) and Emily (1-1/2 years old).
Class of 2005:
Lauren Dawson (BBA) has a degree in real estate ﬁnance from Cox. She went on to graduate from SMU Dedman School of Law in 2009 and passed the Texas Bar in 2010. She then moved to Los Angeles to be with her ﬁancé, who is also an SMU alum. Heather Hund (BBA) received an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and will be working at the Boston Consulting Group in San Francisco. Adam Pisani (PMBA) is principal of two Allstate insurance agencies, serving customers throughout the state of Texas. As one of the largest 1 percent of agents
in the country, he also achieved Circle of Champions status in 2011, which is awarded to the top 3 percent of agents nationally based on business results. Shameer Soni (BBA) recently moved back to Texas and joined the Patel Law Group in Las Colinas as a technology and entertainment attorney. Shameer is looking forward to working with fellow SMU alums in similar ﬁelds. Patti Wolf (EMBA) is retired from Merck.
Class of 2006:
Chris Boyd (MBA) and wife, Meg celebrated the ﬁrst birthday of their son, Charles. Chip Hiemenz (BBA) completed his MBA from Washington University’s Olin Business School in St. Louis and has accepted an offer with Hunter Engineering in St. Louis as the manager of business development, where he will be working on marketing and strategy.
Class of 2007:
Trent J. Corcia (MBA) recently left American Airlines and now works as the pricing manager for FlightSafety International. He is based at the DFW Fall 2012
COXCLASS NOTES Airport Learning Center. FlightSafety International is the world’s premier professional aviation training company and supplier of ﬂight simulators, visual systems and displays to commercial, government and military organizations. The company provides more than a million hours of training each year to pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals from 154 countries and independent territories. FlightSafety operates the world’s largest ﬂeet of advanced full ﬂight simulators at Learning Centers and training locations in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Erin Kennedy (BBA) celebrated her fourth year working at Facebook in Palo Alto, Calif., on July 9, 2011. Erin cannot express how amazing the past four years have been after college. She got her dream job at Facebook, met some amazing people and has continued to grow as a person. Preston Koerner (MBA) was hired in November 2011 as corporate counsel for TAB Bank, an industrial loan corporation in Utah, providing factoring, asset-based loans and equipment ﬁnancing to smalland medium-sized businesses. Kyle Snider (BBA) recently accepted a position as a sales and marketing analyst at Sybron/Axis Dental in Coppell after ﬁve years at American Airlines. Marlon L. Williams (MBA) is the supplier development manager for Raytheon Company.
Class of 2008:
Terry Allen (BBA) is the CEO of 1016 Media and recently received the National Association of Black Journalists Salute to Excellence Award for Public Relations. Mary Coffee (MBA) focused on a disruptive encryption scheme that eliminates the need for key management. IronCloud is developing the perfect solution for any multi-tenant environment including LANs, WANs, and Clouds including IaaS, PaaS, SaaS and IDaaS. Allen Derum (BBA) is a ﬁnancial manager/auditor/accountant/senior ﬁnancial analyst with 20 years of business experience in environments that include cox.smu.edu
large public corporations, small private companies, estates and trusts, government and nonproﬁts. Wes Holloway (MBA) is a ﬁnance manager for Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo. William A. Knight (BBA) graduated with a JD/MBA from St. Mary’s University, in San Antonio on May 19, 2012. He completed the MBA portion of his degree with a 4.0 GPA and earned Distinguished Graduate honors (the school’s version of summa cum laude). During law school, Knight made the Dean’s List and served as a Research Fellow at the St. Mary’s University Center for Terrorism Law. He passed the Texas Bar Exam in July 2011 and was sworn in as an attorney in Texas on June 25, 2012. Knight’s Texas bar exam score was high enough to allow him to apply to the Washington, D.C. Bar and the Minnesota State Bar without sitting for an exam. He submitted both applications and hopes to be sworn in as an attorney in both of those jurisdictions as well. Sadly, his father died of cancer on May 30, 2012, shortly after attending his graduation ceremony, but before he died he requested that his high school friend, Judge Jerry Hennigan, swear his son in. As for future plans, Knight moved to his hometown of Fort Worth over the summer and hopes to practice law in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. His areas of interest are real estate law, oil and gas law and politics. He is really excited about moving back to DFW and attending more SMU football games in the years to come. Jessica North (BBA) married Cody Boghetich on August 18, 2012, at The Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas. Xinwei Zhang (MS/MBA) set up a consulting company, Sino Standard Credit Management Ltd. Co., in China with his partners in 2010. Credit/risk management is a booming business, as China moves quickly toward a market-oriented economy.
Drew Wellfry (BBA) graduated from SMU and completed a petroleum engineering degree from Texas A&M University. He is currently a petroleum engineer for Samson Resources in Tulsa, OK. Claudia Esthela Granda (MBA) was featured in the July 2012 edition of Hispanic Executive. She is currently an analyst in AAdvantage International Marketing at American Airlines.
Class of 2010:
Babayemi A. Omole (MSA) is the senior coordinator/operations, Capital One Bank. N.A. She’s presently on leave pursuing advanced degrees in business and information systems at Northwestern University in Chicago. Catherine Maurer Catherine Baetz (PMBA) and Scott Maurer (PMBA ’08) were married on February 28, 2011. Robin Rose (MA/MBA) is the manager of events at Dallas Theater Center.
Class of 2011:
Steve Jolley (PMBA) is in ﬁnance and management (sub: investments). Logan Powell (PMBA) and his wife, Cari, had a son, Andrew Armstrong Powell, on Dec. 20, 2011. Logan is with a family ofﬁce, Copper Beech Capital, LLC, and serves on the board of directors of ArtBanc International, Ltd. and US Memory Care, LLC.
Class of 2012:
Amy Yuanmei Wang (MBA) is a senior associate for PwC M&A Consulting as of August 2012.
Class of 2009:
Michael Lahoud (PMBA) is now the vice president of mission critical advisory for Stream Data Centers. Vaidyanatha Siva (EMBA) was promoted to chief technology ofﬁcer for the Global Retail, Consumer Goods, Life Sciences and Logistics Business Unit for Infosys Ltd.
1-February 20: Scottsdale: Cox Alumni Association reception hosted by Dean Niemi. Assistant deans Kevin Knox and Jim Bryan congratulate and welcome Megan Shell, incoming first-year student at SMU, fall 2012. 2-February 21: Denver: Cox Alumni Association reception hosted by Dean Niemi. Chris Hinds (BS ‘98, PMBA ‘05) visits with prospective SMU students and parents. 3-February 29: The Business Leaders Spotlight, sponsored by Bank of Texas, hosted Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings as the keynote speaker. Pictured here: President R. Gerald Turner, Mayor Mike Rawlings, Dean Al Niemi and Bank of Texas CEO Norm Bagwell (BBA ’85).
4-March 3: The Graduate Marketing Certificate Program (GMCP) held a graduation ceremony for its Dallas students. Back row: Ezekiel Niemogha, Padmaraj Nair, Byrdie Franco-Rocha, Erica Schenck, Feridoon Amini, Joseph Soto, Stacey Pierce, Shawn Pingel, Carolyn Kennedy, Bonnelle Martin, Alan Frey, Carissa Antone, Kevin Menard, Ebbah Tokwe, Sibylle Faber Jacobs, Angela Trevino, Marynika Lozowska, Carolyn Jordan, Marci Armstrong, GMCP Director. Front row: Arin Forstenzer, Rosario Tejada, Aslihan Ayan, Shaun Colon, Carolyn Angiolillo, Sally Robbins, Lindsay Peters, Morgan Blaik. 5-March 8: Washington, D.C.: Cox Alumni Association reception hosted by Kevin Knox, Marci Armstrong and Jim Bryan. Pictured here: Supreeth Kini (MBA ’12) and Elisabeth Schmidt (BBA ’87). Elisabeth serves on the Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors. 6-March 20: Cox MBA students held the International Festival for fellow students, alumni, faculty and staff. Shown here wearing native clothing: Sean Tremblay, Chesney McKenzie, Yanquin Zhou, Aaron Schmitz, Michelle Walla, Jian Lud, Sara Michels, Stephanie Montgomery, Maria Flannery, Guarang Mehra.
7-April 5: Dean Niemi hosted a lunch for members of the Cox Rugby Club prior to the Duke MBA International Rugby Tournament. The team won first place in the Mug Division. 8
8-April 9: New York City and Greenwich, CT: Cox Alumni Association hosted by Dean Niemi. Pictured here: several alumni, friends, students and parents listen as Dean Niemi gives an update on the Cox School. On the following evening, Melissa and Andy Fisher (BBA ‘80) hosted Dean Niemi, alumni, friends, students and parents at a reception in Greenwich. 9-April 10: New York City: The Bush Institute hosted a forum at the New York Historical Society. Dean Niemi moderated a panel of economic experts in the morning session. Shown here: Diane Furchtgott-Roth, Michael Cox, Dean Niemi, Ike Brannon, Steve Moore. 10-April 11: The SMU Real Estate Society at the Cox School hosted an expert panel and networking session at its spring meeting. Pictured here: Greg Krause, the moderator, Greg Greene, Pat Gibson, Jack Matthews. 11-April 11: SMU Real Estate Society awards scholarships to BBA students. Shown here: Beka Farrar, Carolyn Pinkston, Yosef Tajzoy, William Vonderfecht, Ashley Williams, Ali Gatewood.
12-April 11 SMU Real Estate Society awards scholarships to MBA students. Shown here: Bryan Whitworth, Ryan Orlowski, Scott Heffheiser, Chris Gilchrist.
13-April 12: The Business Leadership Center, led by Paula Strasser, gave special awards to Cox graduate students based on their BLC activities. Shown here: Ed Cox and Imran Kahn (PMBA ‘11). Kahn received special recognition for earning a Cox Distinguished Business Leader award while serving full-time in the military for one semester. 14-April 20: The Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors spring meeting, during SMU Founders’ Day weekend. Led by Lauren McDonald, board chair, and Paul Divis, vice chair, the board members heard from Stephanie Dupaul, associate vice president of enrollment services; Marci Armstrong, associate dean of graduate programs; and Dean Niemi. 15-April 22: MSA students participate in the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation 5K Run. Matt Church finished third in the race, with a time of 20:11. Front row: Allison Colley, Torchy Franklin, Cathleen Good, Michelle Dekkers. Back row: Tim Rashcle, Taylor Royal, Elliott Wagner, Greg Sommers, MSA program director, Matt Church.
16-April 23: Dean’s Senior Send-Off picnic. Marketing professor Chip Besio visits with BBA seniors. 17-April 24: Nashville: Cox Alumni Association reception, hosted by Dean Niemi. Pictured here: Neely McGrew, Frank McGrew (BBA ’90, Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors), Jim Beckner and John Beckner, prospective student. 18-April 24: Nashville, Cox Alumni Association reception. Shown here: Brent Antony (BBA ’86), Eathan Dunham, John Roeder (BBA ’85, MBA ’03, assistant dean of MBA admissions), Kathy Dorr, Mike Dorr.
19-April 25: Beta Gamma Sigma awards luncheon and ceremony. 20-April 30: The Management Briefing Series, sponsored by Ernst & Young, hosted Ron Johnson, CEO of JC Penney, as the keynote speaker. Shown here: President R. Gerald Turner, Mayela Trespalacios Fernandez, Tonya Arora, Layne Meyers, Ron Johnson, Thalia Pedrotti, Ashley Rote.
21-May 8: Cox Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon. Dean Niemi makes the Boghetich Family Distinguished Teaching Award to Tasu Shervani, Cox marketing professor. This annual award is made possible by a gift from Jil and Tony Boghetich and their family. 22-May 9: Houston: Cox Alumni Association reception for alumni, friends, students and parents, hosted by Janet and Mark Jacobs (BBA ’86, Cox Executive Board). Pictured here: Houston-area incoming first-year students, fall 2012, along with Dean Niemi.
23-May 11: Finance Department Awards Reception. The Cox Finance Department held a reception to recognize outstanding students in the specialized finance programs. Shown here: Casey Flanagan (BBA ’12), Professor Kumar Venkataraman, Ryan Flanagan, Marty Flanagan (BBA ’82, Cox Executive Board).
24-May 11: Finance Department Awards Reception. David Miller (BBA ’72, MBA ’73) and Professor Venkataraman congratulate students of the specialized finance programs for their outstanding work. 25-May 11: Dr. Don Jackson, retired finance professor, addresses alternative asset management students and graduates as part of programming for the new Don Jackson Center for Financial Studies.
26-May 11: Dean Niemi and Assistant Dean Tom Perkowski hosted the EMBA graduation reception and awards ceremony. Pictured here: Lee Haspel (EMBA ’12) and family, Courtenay Turner, Nena McMahon, Dustin Kleder (all EMBA ’12).
27-May 12: Dean Niemi hosted a graduation reception for all graduates, students, family and friends. Shown here: full-time MBA graduate Matthew Jacobs and his family.
28-May 14: The 12th annual Golf for Cox Tournament was held at Cowboy Club in Grapevine, Texas. Pictured here: the winning team, sponsored by Spencer Stuart. Players: Dennis Stoutenburgh, David Love (BBA ’85), Jeff Kupp, Scott Letier.
29-May 15: Hay Group, Most Admired Companies breakfast forum. Shown here: Panelists Deborah Goldschmied with AT&T, Tracy Brightman with FedEx, Bonnie Endicott with Southwest Airlines, Dave Adrian with Wal-Mart.
30-June 1: Graduate Marketing Certificate Program (GMCP) held a graduation ceremony for its students attending the SMU-in-Plano campus. Back row: Elizabeth Keller, Kathy Deshotel, Doug Richardson, Madison Hines, Jeff Goforth, Elif Oncler, Mamie Collins, Wilfried Sare, Marc Quinn, Robin Poulides, Brent Thomas. Front row: Victoria Liguez, Amber Danford, Tathiana Cornejo, Ashley Harrell, Erin Parker, Pilar Schank, Barbara Campbell, Kara Leone, Yolanda Valverde. 31-June 1: At the GMCP graduation, Rosvinder Kaur, MBA ’05, senior marketing manager, Innovation, Frito Lay North America, was the keynote speaker. Shown here: Marci Armstrong, associate dean of graduate programs and Rosvinder Kaur. 32-June 14: Former PMBA Students Advisory Board leaders gather for social hour. Pictured here: Glenn Pfenninger (PMBA ’12), Joe Roundtree (PMBA ‘03), Nick Kapral (PMBA ’10). 33-June 22: Jack Benage (BBA ’11) coordinated an alumni gathering at the Katy Trail Ice House. Pictured here: Kevin Knox, Jack Benage, Chris Plunk (BBA ’00).
34-June 26: Vince Vallejo and Ina Kizencova coordinated an MBA Class of 2004 summer reunion and social hour. Shown here: Charles Hutchinson, Ina Kizencova, Nick Vacroux. 35-June 26: Also attending the Katy Trail Ice House event were Trigg Burrage, Jen Moderow and Molly Vaughan, all new Cox alumni, class of 2012.
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Maintain a current mailing and email address in the Cox alumni database. Update it yourself at coxalums.com and subscribe to lifetime email forwarding. Attend Cox events: social hours, Dean’s Tailgates On the Boulevard, reunions, career fairs, educational forums, discussion panels, industry-specific organizations and awards programs. Invite classmates, alumni, friends, family and workmates to join you. Find our calendar of these events at cox.smu.edu/web/alumni/event-calendar. Help recruit students for Cox undergraduate, graduate and executive education programs. Encourage employers to hire Cox students and alumni for internships, project work and part-time and full-time job opportunities. Make a gift to the Cox Annual Fund and ongoing capital campaigns. Become an event sponsor: executive speaker events, tailgates, new student orientation sessions, undergraduate and graduate student club meetings, career fairs and social hours. Host receptions for Cox alumni, prospective students and parents in your area. Purchase Cox logo merchandise from our online collection (not available in stores) at cox.smu.edu/alumni. Update us on your career and family for the Cox Class Notes section of CoxToday magazine—find it at coxalums.com. Contact Cox Alumni Association board members in your area. Find the list of board members at cox.smu.edu/web/alumni/cox-alumni-board and on page 53.
Cox has something for everyone.
Top: March 8: Washington, D.C.: Cox Alumni Association reception: Ashley Clute Earnest (BBA ’06) and Christian Callahan (BBA ’10). Middle: May 12: SMU Cox Commencement at Moody Coliseum, dean’s stage party: Ray Hunt (BBA ’61), Marty Flanagan (BBA ’82), valedictorians and standard bearers Lauren Malone (BBA ’12) and Claire Wenholz (BBA ’12), Dean Niemi. Bottom: May 14: Golf for Cox Tournament, Cowboys Club, Grapevine, Texas: foursome sponsored by Paul Divis (2nd from right, EMBA ’99, vice chair-Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors).
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