Collegian Winter 2012
- Money Manners For David Buttolph (CGS’77, CAS’79), good manners drive a multimillion-dollar business.
- National Recognition for CGS Natalie McKnight leads an effort to promote CGS’s teaching methods and strengthen the College’s reputation.
- Ask the Expert How can I improve my personal brand? Marketing guru Peter Shankman (CGS’92, COM’94) offers five tips for making a positive impression.
|News Briefs||Class Notes|
|A New Face for CGS Alumni Relations Jared Bouzan joins the College as director of development and alumni relations.||Six CGS alumni tell us they’ve welcomed new babies into their families. Are your classmates among them? Read Class Notes to find out!|
|Baseball: An Interdisciplinary Summer Institute Come back to Boston this summer and join CGS professors in exploring America’s favorite pastime.|
|New CGS Journal Seeks Submissions CGS is calling for essays that examine the value of interdisciplinary teaching and thinking.|
|William Bloom (CGS’82, Questrom’84) Named BU Overseer Investment expert (and former rugby player) will advise University leaders.|
|From the BU Community|
|BU Goes to the Quidditch World Cupfrom BU Today
Muggles—including BU team member Ian Stack (CGS’13)—gather from around the globe.video
What the Dickens?from BU Today
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|Upcoming Alumni Events|
|Nixon, Kennedy, and the 2012 Presidential Election
Alumni in Miami are invited to join CGS’s own Associate Professor Tom Whalen as he looks to America’s political past for insights into the upcoming election.
Global Day of Service
Discoveries Lecture: The Changing Landscape of Autism Spectrum Disorder