Fall 2008
 

Endowment Takes a Long View

The University manages its endowment to provide for the future while funding the present.

Improving Lives of Latinos Is Front and Center

Professor Luis H. Zayas works to enhance the lives of Latinos through the Center for Latino Family Research at the School of Social Work

Turning Life and Death into Poetry

After roles in medicine and photography, Professor Mary Jo Bang realizes the poetic form; she now speaks to life’s triumphs and tragedies in her award-winning work.

Small Wonders

University Libraries hosted a big exhibit on miniature books, provided by national council member Julian Edison.

At the Heart of the Matter

Alumnus Benjamin Abella researches using hypothermia to increase the survival rate of cardiac arrest victims.

Appreciating Antiques and Art

Alumna Helaine Fendelman turned a love for old things into a successful appraising business.

Focused + on Message

At the helm of Makovsky + Company is alumnus Ken Makovsky, a leading communicator in specialty public relations.