Meet the New Dean of Johnson
Founder's Day Saturday, Jan. 7, 6 PM
We're excited to announce our Founder's Day speaker will be Dean Mark W. Nelson, named the 12th dean of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management in June.
Dean Nelson has been a member of the Johnson faculty since 1990, served as associate dean for academic affairs from 2007 to 2010, and oversaw the school's tenure-track faculty and research. An expert in accounting, he has researched trade in financial markets and the psychological and economic factors that influence business decisions. We look forward to hearing his insights on that research as well as his vision for the school in the coming years.
Where: Country Club of Rochester, 2935 East Ave., Rochester
When: Saturday, Jan. 7, 6:00 PM cocktails, 7:00 PM three course sit-down dinner, followed by Dean Nelson's remarks.
Cost: General Attendees: $45 per person
Young Alumni (Classes of 2007-2016): $25 per person
Cornell Students: $15 per person
Cost includes one cocktail or glass of wine. Additional drinks may be purchased.
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Annual Cornell-Penn Luncheon, Nov. 21
Tom Schryver, Executive Director of Cornell’s Center for Regional Economic Advancement, treated the alums of Cornell and Penn to an informative presentation on the ways Cornell is helping support entrepreneurship both on and off campus.
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We invite you to come to our events, join a committee, propose ways the Club can do a better job, or volunteer to help. Specifically, these committees need members:
- Scholarship: A new committee to administer our annual scholarship program for area Cornell applicants
- Finance: To oversee scholarship fund investments
- Programming: To help plan events
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