Articles by Dan O'Malley
Luis Calingo has abruptly stepped down as dean of the Boler School of Business, less than a full year into his tenure as head of the college. Calingo’s resignation letter cited only family concerns as his reason for leaving. He has accepted a position as dean of the School of Business and Leadership at Dominican University in California, according to an April 17 news release from Dominican.
For all the media coverage the 2008 presidential election has already generated, alarmingly small amounts have been devoted to legitimate political issues. Instead, the reporting of the race has so far centered on money, sex, and innuendo.
Two food service providers bidding for a John Carroll University dining contract have been criticized for their investment in and support of the global prison industry.
As the U.S.-led war in Iraq hit its four year mark this week, members of the John Carroll community staged a peaceful protest and vigil on the university’s quadrangle.
Six of the seven companies that were sent a Request for Proposals (RFP) have expressed their intent to bid for John Carroll University’s dining services contract, according to Donna Byrnes, Associate Dean of Students and member of the RFP committee.
An increase in federal aid and the reallocation of the University’s scholarship dollars will support John Carroll University’s new aid strategy for low-income families, school administrators said this week.