Small business in the US economy is big news. Whether share of sales or growth in jobs or expansion in sector, small business is compensating for the declines in big business. In the fall of 1987, English illustrator Martin Handford created a seemingly insignificant character. He drew a likeness that would always stand out in a crowd because of […]
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In the last issue of this magazine, we updated you on our plans to invest $15 million in improving our facilities during the next three years. Since that announcement, we are delighted to report that we have already completed the first phase over the summer. We invite you to visit […]
Last December, GGU held its annual Bridge Society Luncheon at the St. Francis Yacht Club. A crowd of more than 100 enjoyed the reception and luncheon. Photos by Charlotte Fiorito. 1 (l to r) Kathryn Ringgold (JD 70); Rachel Van Cleave, dean, School of Law; Jodi Phillips, […]
by Professor Eric Christiansen, Faculty Chair, GGU School of Law In her orientation address to first-year students, Rachel Van Cleave spoke about how the determination of Olympic athletes is rivaled by that of law students. She showed Nike’s “find your greatness” campaign video from the 2012 Summer Olympics […]
As we reported briefly in the summer magazine, Professor Rachel Van Cleave began her year as interim dean of the School of Law in August. A Fulbright scholar, GGU law professor since 2004 and GGU Law Associate Dean of Academic Affairs since 2008, Van Cleave brings extensive experience as an […]