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August 29, 2006

Saving Graces: Tulane's Freeman School After Katrina

From Business Week:

The B-School Of Hard Knocks
One year after Hurricane Katrina, Tulane's Freeman School is back in business

At Tulane University's commencement in May, Angelo DeNisi looked around at the thousands of graduates, at former Presidents Bush and Clinton, at the other deans and faculty members, and thought: "My God, we made it."

Read the rest here.

Hat-tip to Freeman School Librarian, Bill Strickland. Best wishes to him and the school.

Posted by Becky at August 29, 2006 10:08 AM Posted to Business School News