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Dolan School of Business
Motto Per Fidem ad Plenam Veritatem -- Through Faith to the Fullness of Truth
Established 1947
Type Private, Jesuit
Dean Norman A. Solomon
Location Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Campus Suburban 200 acres (809,000 m²)
Website DSB Website
Dolan School of Business

The Charles F. Dolan School of Business is a graduate and undergraduate business school and one of the professional schools of Fairfield University located in Fairfield, Connecticut. The school offers fully accredited graduate and undergraduate programs, according to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is ranked among "Small Colleges and Universities Strong in Business" according to the Fiske Guide to Colleges. And the Accounting Program is ranked one of the top 15 accounting programs in the country according to Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"[1]

The Dolan School of Business is known for its innovative teaching methods, its aggressive placement of students into internship programs in New York City and surrounding Fairfield County, Connecticut, and its high faculty to student ratio. The school is named after Charles F. Dolan H'04, founder of HBO, Chairman of Cablevision and Fairfield University trustee, in recognition of his landmark $25 million donation in 2000.[2] The Dolan School of Business is committed to the Jesuit tradition of educating the "whole" person to be a socially responsible professional, who is prepared to serve others.[3]

Contents

History

  • 1947: The Department of Business Administration established within the College of Arts and Science.
  • 1978: The School of Business established as separate and distinct school from the College of Arts and Sciences.
  • 1981: The School of Business introduced the Master of Science in Financial Management Program. This Program is now known as the Master of Science in Finance Program (MSF).
  • 1984: The Certificate for Advanced Study in Finance was introduced.
  • 1994: The School of Business introduced the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program which now has concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems & Operations Management, International Business, Marketing, and Taxation.[4]
  • 1999: The School of Business introduced the Master of Business Administration in Public Accounting Program. This Program is designed to provide students with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with an opportunity to complete a Master of Business Administration degree within a 12- to 15-month period - as well as fulfill the 150-hour criterion to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, as passed in the State of Connecticut as well as most other jurisdictions. Concentrations available to students in this program are Accounting and Taxation, Finance, and Information Systems & Operations Management.[4]
  • 2000: The School was named the Charles F. Dolan School of Business in response to a very generous gift of $25 million from Charles F. Dolan, founder and chairman of Cablevision Systems Corporation and long-time friend and trustee of the University.[4]
  • 2005: The Dolan School of Business introduced the Master of Science in Taxation Program (MST). This program is geared toward industry managers and executives, financial services and public accounting professionals, and others seeking a specialized education in taxation.[5]
  • 2005: The Dolan School of Business initiated the Dolan Advisory Council led by John O'Neill '71 (Partner and America's Director of Private Equity at Ernst & Young) and consisting of seventeen top business executives charged with advising and assisting the Dean in the advancement of the Dolan School of Business.[6]
  • 2006: The Dolan School of Business introduced a Master of Science in Accounting Program (MSA). This full-time one-year cohort program is designed to prepare individuals for a career in accounting. The MSA degree fulfills the 150-credit hour requirement in most states to take the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination.[7]

Academic Programs

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Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Academic Distinctions

Academic achievement

  • Alexander Dean '05, MSF'07 won the 2006 Global Forex Trading Competition.[8]
  • A team of DSB students placed third in the national finals of the 2007 Chevrolet College Marketing Challenge.[9]
  • A team of DSB students won the 2008 Global Forex Trading Competition.[10]
  • Finance department ranked in top 20 percent of 923 institutions nationwide for amount of published research.[11]

McGowan Scholars

  • Fifteen Dolan School of Business students selected McGowan Scholars in recognition of their academic achievement in the study of business.

Rankings and Ratings

  • Distinguished among "Small Colleges and Universities Strong in Business" by the The Fiske Guide to Colleges
  • Ranked one of the top 15 accounting programs in the country by Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"[12]
  • Ranked among the "Best 237 Business Schools" by The Princeton Review[13]

Experiential Learning

BEST Classroom

The Business Education Simulation & Trading (BEST) classroom provides Dolan School of Business undergraduate and graduate business students the opportunity of working on a financial markets trading floor. The 2,300-square-foot (210 m2) high-tech BEST classroom provides students with the experience of dealing with real-world financial market trading situations ranging from case studies and contact with other companies to discussion of current economic and business events. The BEST classroom is equipped with a stock ticker and a data wall displaying real time quotes and 34 workstations loaded with financial software including: RITC (Rotman Interactive Trader) for market trading simulations; Bloomberg Professional with up to the minute business and economic news and data; Research Insight including Compustat and Global Vantage containing financial information on every publicly trading company in the world; and CRSP with stock returns for all U.S. companies.[14]

Student Managed Investment Fund

The Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) provides Dolan School of Business undergraduate and graduate business students valuable, real-time experiential learning in securities analysis and portfolio management with real money that is part of Fairfield University's financial endowment. Managers gain real world experience in topics and theories that are discussed in the classroom. Students present their results to members of the Advisory Council of the Dolan School of Business.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program provides Dolan School of Business undergraduate and graduate accounting students hands-on experience by working for the Bridgeport Campaign of the Internal Revenue Service's National Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Students typically assist clients in obtaining federal and state income tax benefits, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC), tax benefits many working families don't claim.[15]

Center for Microfinance

The Center for Microfinance works to help develop self-sustaining business operations in developing countries. In keeping with the Jesuit mission of Fairfield University, Dr. Winston Tellis and Dr. Michael Tucker co-founded the Center in 2001 where they have helped develop self-sustaining businesses in poor rural areas of Haiti and Nicaragua. The Center was honored for its work for Haiti's poor by FONKOZE USA (F/USA) which supports Fonkoze (Fondasyon Kole Zepol), Haiti's only alternative bank for the poor. F/USA is one of only five non-profit organizations approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to solicit U.S. investments for foreign organizations.[16]

Universidad Centroamericana Partnership

CMAC is participating in a signed partnership between Fairfield University and the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA), in Managua, Nicaragua. UCA sponsors the largest microfinance institution in Nicaragua, Fondo de Desarrollo Local (FDL). Through that organization Dolan School of Business students spent part of the 2005 winter break working at the FDL's León branch office.[17]

Charles F. Dolan Lecture Series

The Charles F. Dolan Lecture Series features highly accomplished, visionary and internationally recognized business leaders. Former guest speakers include:

People

Endowed Faculty

  • Dr. Arjun Chaudhuri (Rev. Thomas R. Fitzgerald, S.J., Professor of Marketing)[27]
  • Dr. Lucy Katz, J.D. (Robert C. Wright Professor of Business Law, Ethics, and Dispute Resolution)[28][29]
  • Dr. Gregory Koutmos (Gerald M. Levin Professor of Finance)[30]
  • Dr. Winston Tellis (Stephen and Camille Schramm Professor of Business)[28]

Notable Dolan Alumni

The Dolan School of Business boasts a long list of notable business alumni in current and former executive leadership positions.

Dolan graduates with an Accounting degree include:

Dolan graduates with a Finance degree include:

Dolan graduates with an International business degree include:

  • Jorge Figueredo, executive vice president of McKesson Corporation and former president of Liz Claiborne International named a 100 "Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business.

Dolan graduates with a Marketing degree include:

Dolan graduates with a Management degree include:

Father John Conlisk Irish Scholarship

The Father John Conlisk Irish Scholarship, instituted in 1990, awards free tuition, room and board, and medical insurance every year to a Dolan School of Business MBA or MS in Finance candidate from the Republic of Ireland. The scholarship is dedicated to perpetuating the Irish culture and strengthening educational and cultural relationships. Kevin Conlisk '66, one of the principal owners of the Alinabal Co. of Milford, Connecticut, is part of a group that instituted the scholarship named for Conlisk's late brother, a 1954 Fairfield Prep graduate who served the Diocese of Bridgeport.

Honor Societies

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma or ΒΓΣ is an honor society for business students and scholars. Membership is the highest national recognition a student in business can receive at a school accredited by AACSB. The mission of ΒΓΣ is to encourage and honor academic achievement and personal excellence in the study and practice of business. Invitations to join Fairfield University's chapter are extended to undergraduate juniors and seniors, graduating master's students, and faculty on the basis of academic excellence and integrity.

Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi or BAΨ is an honorary organization for accounting, finance and information systems students and professionals. The National Honorary and Professional Fraternity for Financial Information Professionals, is an honorary and professional fraternity with chapters at eligible universities accredited by AACSB-International. The fraternity recognizes academic excellence as well as active participation in professional activities. In addition, Beta Alpha Psi fosters lifelong learning, service, and ethical conduct. The national fraternity was founded in 1919. Fairfield's chapter, Iota Psi, was chartered on April 9, 2000. Invitations to join Iota Psi are extended to undergraduate and graduate accounting majors and minors.

Affiliations

JesuitMBA School

The Dolan School of Business is a JesuitMBA member school. Formed in 1996, JesuitMBA is a consortium of 28 Jesuit and Jesuit-friendly schools promoting the many benefits of a Jesuit business education. As a JesuitMBA school students are offered the collective resources of these schools including opportunities for portability of credits, international travel options, Beijing study exchange, powerful alumni connections, career support, and curricula steeped in business ethics and social responsibility.[38]

National School of Banking

Fairfield University is home to the America's Community Bankers National School of Banking ("NSB"). Founded in 1960, NSB is a graduate level program designed to provide an in-depth study of today’s community banking industry and to prepare department or division managers for senior management positions. [39] Dr. Philip J. Lane, Associate Professor of Economics at Fairfield University, is the NSB Academic Director.

External links

References

  1. ^ Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"
  2. ^ [1], "Fairfield University's business school a valuable resource," Fairfield County Business Journal, January 2003.
  3. ^ Charles F. Dolan School of Business Mission Statement
  4. ^ a b c d [2], About the Dolan School of Business
  5. ^ http://www.fairfield.edu/x8596.html
  6. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business launches Dolan Advisory Council with top business leaders
  7. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business to offer new Master of Science degree in Accounting
  8. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School student takes top honors in global currency trading competition
  9. ^ Fairfield University’s Dolan School of Business students place third in national competition to market Chevy’s fuel-efficient cars to Generation Y
  10. ^ Fairfield University business students decisively win global currency trading competition involving 16 schools from three nations
  11. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University Finance department ranks in top 20 percent of 923 institutions nationwide for amount of published research
  12. ^ Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"
  13. ^ http://www.fairfield.edu/x18802.html
  14. ^ Fairfield University Dolan School of Business: BEST classroom
  15. ^ Fairfield University Dolan School of Business students help community
  16. ^ http://www.fairfield.edu/x6860.html
  17. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Center for Microfinance Advice and Consulting (CMAC)
  18. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Jack Welch
  19. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: C. Michael Armstrong, AT&T
  20. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Alan C. Greenberg
  21. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Karen Katen, Pfizer
  22. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Anne Mulcahy, Xerox
  23. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Jeffrey R. Immelt, General Electric
  24. ^ Renowned equity money manager Peter Lynch to deliver Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan Lecture
  25. ^ Abby Joseph Cohen, one of Wall Street’s most influential investment strategists, to deliver the annual Charles F. Dolan Lecture at Fairfield University
  26. ^ Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business present Sanford I. Weill and daughter Jessica M. Bibliowicz in talk about leadership, markets and globalization
  27. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business to install Arjun Chaudhuri as first person to hold the new Rev. Thomas R. Fitzgerald, S.J., Chair in Marketing
  28. ^ a b Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business appoints two professors to endowed chairs
  29. ^ Fairfield University :: NBC Universal CEO Bob Wright to speak at installation of first Robert C. Wright Chair in Business Law, Ethics and Dispute Resolution at Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business
  30. ^ Fairfield University :: Gerald M. Levin Chair in Finance announced at Fairfield's Charles F. Dolan School of Business
  31. ^ 3i: Robert Stefanowski
  32. ^ John Flannery Named President and CEO Of GE India
  33. ^ Knight Capital: Christopher Quick
  34. ^ Dana-Farber Cancer Insitute-Palm Beach Event Chair: Thomas C. Quick
  35. ^ Madison Avenue Sports & Entertainment: Ed Horne
  36. ^ NNDB: Frank J. Fanzilli Jr.
  37. ^ BusinessWeek Best Global Brands: Jim Garrity
  38. ^ JesuitMBA
  39. ^ National School of Banking Mission

Coordinates: 41°10′54″N 73°17′25″W / 41.18153°N 73.29029°W / 41.18153; -73.29029



Dolan School of Business
Motto Per Fidem ad Plenam Veritatem -- Through Faith to the Fullness of Truth
Established 1947
Type Private, Jesuit
Dean Norman A. Solomon
Location Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Campus Suburban 200 acres (809,000 m²)
Website DSB Website

The Charles F. Dolan School of Business is a graduate and undergraduate business school and one of the professional schools of Fairfield University located in Fairfield, Connecticut. The school offers fully accredited graduate and undergraduate programs, according to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is ranked among "Small Colleges and Universities Strong in Business" according to the Fiske Guide to Colleges. The Accounting Program is ranked one of the top 15 accounting programs in the country according to Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"[1]

The Dolan School of Business is known for its innovative teaching methods, its aggressive placement of students into internship programs in New York City and surrounding Fairfield County, Connecticut, and its high faculty to student ratio. The school is named after Charles F. Dolan H'04, founder of HBO, Chairman of Cablevision and Fairfield University trustee, in recognition of his landmark $25 million donation in 2000.[2] The Dolan School of Business is committed to the Jesuit tradition of educating the "whole" person to be a socially responsible professional, who is prepared to serve others.[3]

Contents

History

  • 1947: The Department of Business Administration established within the College of Arts and Science.
  • 1978: The School of Business established as separate and distinct school from the College of Arts and Sciences.
  • 1981: The School of Business introduced the Master of Science in Financial Management Program. This Program is now known as the Master of Science in Finance Program (MSF).
  • 1984: The Certificate for Advanced Study in Finance was introduced.
  • 1994: The School of Business introduced the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program which now has concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems & Operations Management, International Business, Marketing, and Taxation.[4]
  • 1999: The School of Business introduced the Master of Business Administration in Public Accounting Program. This Program is designed to provide students with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with an opportunity to complete a Master of Business Administration degree within a 12- to 15-month period - as well as fulfill the 150-hour criterion to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, as passed in the State of Connecticut as well as most other jurisdictions. Concentrations available to students in this program are Accounting and Taxation, Finance, and Information Systems & Operations Management.[4]
  • 2000: The School was named the Charles F. Dolan School of Business in response to a very generous gift of $25 million from Charles F. Dolan, founder and chairman of Cablevision Systems Corporation and long-time friend and trustee of the University.[4]
  • 2005: The Dolan School of Business introduced the Master of Science in Taxation Program (MST). This program is geared toward industry managers and executives, financial services and public accounting professionals, and others seeking a specialized education in taxation.[5]
  • 2005: The Dolan School of Business initiated the Dolan Advisory Council led by John O'Neill '71 (Partner and America's Director of Private Equity at Ernst & Young) and consisting of seventeen top business executives charged with advising and assisting the Dean in the advancement of the Dolan School of Business.[6]
  • 2006: The Dolan School of Business introduced a Master of Science in Accounting Program (MSA). This full-time one-year cohort program is designed to prepare individuals for a career in accounting. The MSA degree fulfills the 150-credit hour requirement in most states to take the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination.[7]

Academic programs

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate programs

Academic Distinctions

Academic achievement

  • Alexander Dean '05, MSF'07 won the 2006 Global Forex Trading Competition.[8]
  • A team of DSB students placed third in the national finals of the 2007 Chevrolet College Marketing Challenge.[9]
  • A team of DSB students won the 2008 Global Forex Trading Competition.[10]
  • Finance department ranked in top 20 percent of 923 institutions nationwide for amount of published research.[11]

McGowan Scholars

  • Fifteen Dolan School of Business students selected McGowan Scholars in recognition of their academic achievement in the study of business.

Rankings and Ratings

  • Distinguished among "Small Colleges and Universities Strong in Business" by The Fiske Guide to Colleges
  • Ranked one of the top 15 accounting programs in the country by Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"[1]
  • Ranked among the "Best 237 Business Schools" by The Princeton Review[12]

Experiential Learning

BEST Classroom

The Business Education Simulation & Trading (BEST) classroom provides Dolan School of Business undergraduate and graduate business students the opportunity of working on a financial markets trading floor. The 2,300-square-foot (210 m2) high-tech BEST classroom provides students with the experience of dealing with real-world financial market trading situations ranging from case studies and contact with other companies to discussion of current economic and business events. The BEST classroom is equipped with a stock ticker and a data wall displaying real time quotes and 34 workstations loaded with financial software including: RITC (Rotman Interactive Trader) for market trading simulations; Bloomberg Professional with up to the minute business and economic news and data; Research Insight including Compustat and Global Vantage containing financial information on every publicly trading company in the world; and CRSP with stock returns for all U.S. companies.[13]

Fairfield Investment Group

The Fairfield Investment Group, a Fairfield University club, provides an experiential learning opportunity in the world of finance. The Group received a generous investment of $100,000 from an anonymous private investor in 2010. With about 40 students researching stocks and making investment decision, the group is an opportunity for them to strengthen trading and analysis skills, prepare for future jobs, and connect with students and alumni. The club is run by students—most from the Dolan School of Business—and has a management team that includes a chief executive officer, a position held by a senior finance major. The student club assigns members to research companies using Bloomberg terminals, which provide business and economic news and data. Students then work in teams deciding which stocks to invest in or divest from. They submit reports and recommendations to fellow student members serving as portfolio managers and executive leaders, who vote on whether they should buy, sell, or hold.[14]

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program provides Dolan School of Business undergraduate and graduate accounting students hands-on experience by working for the Bridgeport Campaign of the Internal Revenue Service's National Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Students typically assist clients in obtaining federal and state income tax benefits, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC), tax benefits many working families don't claim.[15]

Center for Microfinance

The Center for Microfinance works to help develop self-sustaining business operations in developing countries. In keeping with the Jesuit mission of Fairfield University, Dr. Winston Tellis and Dr. Michael Tucker co-founded the Center in 2001 where they have helped develop self-sustaining businesses in poor rural areas of Haiti and Nicaragua. The Center was honored for its work for Haiti's poor by FONKOZE USA (F/USA) which supports Fonkoze (Fondasyon Kole Zepol), Haiti's only alternative bank for the poor. F/USA is one of only five non-profit organizations approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to solicit U.S. investments for foreign organizations.[16]

Universidad Centroamericana Partnership

CMAC is participating in a signed partnership between Fairfield University and the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA), in Managua, Nicaragua. UCA sponsors the largest microfinance institution in Nicaragua, Fondo de Desarrollo Local (FDL). Through that organization Dolan School of Business students spent part of the 2005 winter break working at the FDL's León branch office.[17]

Charles F. Dolan Lecture Series

The Charles F. Dolan Lecture Series features highly accomplished, visionary and internationally recognized business leaders. Former guest speakers include:

People

Endowed Faculty

  • Dr. Arjun Chaudhuri (Rev. Thomas R. Fitzgerald, S.J., Professor of Marketing)[27]
  • Dr. Lucy Katz, J.D. (Robert C. Wright Professor of Business Law, Ethics, and Dispute Resolution)[28][29]
  • Dr. Gregory Koutmos (Gerald M. Levin Professor of Finance)[30]
  • Dr. Winston Tellis (Stephen and Camille Schramm Professor of Business)[28]

Notable Dolan Alumni

The Dolan School of Business boasts a long list of notable business alumni in current and former executive leadership positions.

Dolan graduates with an Accounting degree include:

Dolan graduates with a Finance degree include:

Dolan graduates with an International business degree include:

  • Jorge Figueredo, executive vice president of McKesson Corporation and former president of Liz Claiborne International named a 100 "Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business.

Dolan graduates with a Marketing degree include:

Dolan graduates with a Management degree include:

Father John Conlisk Irish Scholarship

The Father John Conlisk Irish Scholarship, instituted in 1990, awards free tuition, room and board, and medical insurance every year to a Dolan School of Business MBA or MS in Finance candidate from the Republic of Ireland. The scholarship is dedicated to perpetuating the Irish culture and strengthening educational and cultural relationships. Kevin Conlisk '66, one of the principal owners of the Alinabal Co. of Milford, Connecticut, is part of a group that instituted the scholarship named for Conlisk's late brother, a 1954 Fairfield Prep graduate who served the Diocese of Bridgeport.

Honor Societies

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma or ΒΓΣ is an honor society for business students and scholars. Membership is the highest national recognition a student in business can receive at a school accredited by AACSB. The mission of ΒΓΣ is to encourage and honor academic achievement and personal excellence in the study and practice of business. Invitations to join Fairfield University's chapter are extended to undergraduate juniors and seniors, graduating master's students, and faculty on the basis of academic excellence and integrity.

Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi or BAΨ is an honorary organization for accounting, finance and information systems students and professionals. The National Honorary and Professional Fraternity for Financial Information Professionals, is an honorary and professional fraternity with chapters at eligible universities accredited by AACSB-International. The fraternity recognizes academic excellence as well as active participation in professional activities. In addition, Beta Alpha Psi fosters lifelong learning, service, and ethical conduct. The national fraternity was founded in 1919. Fairfield's chapter, Iota Psi, was chartered on April 9, 2000. Invitations to join Iota Psi are extended to undergraduate and graduate accounting majors and minors.

Affiliations

JesuitMBA School

The Dolan School of Business is a JesuitMBA member school. Formed in 1996, JesuitMBA is a consortium of 28 Jesuit and Jesuit-friendly schools promoting the many benefits of a Jesuit business education. As a JesuitMBA school students are offered the collective resources of these schools including opportunities for portability of credits, international travel options, Beijing study exchange, powerful alumni connections, career support, and curricula steeped in business ethics and social responsibility.[46]

National School of Banking

Fairfield University is home to the America's Community Bankers National School of Banking ("NSB"). Founded in 1960, NSB is a graduate level program designed to provide an in-depth study of today’s community banking industry and to prepare department or division managers for senior management positions.[47] Dr. Philip J. Lane, Associate Professor of Economics at Fairfield University, is the NSB Academic Director.

External links

References

  1. ^ a b Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools"
  2. ^ [1], "Fairfield University's business school a valuable resource," Fairfield County Business Journal, January 2003.
  3. ^ Charles F. Dolan School of Business Mission Statement
  4. ^ a b c d [2], About the Dolan School of Business
  5. ^ http://www.fairfield.edu/x8596.html
  6. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business launches Dolan Advisory Council with top business leaders
  7. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business to offer new Master of Science degree in Accounting
  8. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School student takes top honors in global currency trading competition
  9. ^ Fairfield University’s Dolan School of Business students place third in national competition to market Chevy’s fuel-efficient cars to Generation Y
  10. ^ Fairfield University business students decisively win global currency trading competition involving 16 schools from three nations
  11. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University Finance department ranks in top 20 percent of 923 institutions nationwide for amount of published research
  12. ^ http://www.fairfield.edu/x18802.html
  13. ^ Fairfield University Dolan School of Business: BEST classroom
  14. ^ With $100,000 in real money from a private investor, the Fairfield Investment Group is helping Fairfield University students learn about finance firsthand
  15. ^ Fairfield University Dolan School of Business students help community
  16. ^ http://www.fairfield.edu/x6860.html
  17. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Center for Microfinance Advice and Consulting (CMAC)
  18. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Jack Welch
  19. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: C. Michael Armstrong, AT&T
  20. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Alan C. Greenberg
  21. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Karen Katen, Pfizer
  22. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Anne Mulcahy, Xerox
  23. ^ Fairfield University :: Dolan School of Business :: Jeffrey R. Immelt, General Electric
  24. ^ Renowned equity money manager Peter Lynch to deliver Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan Lecture
  25. ^ Abby Joseph Cohen, one of Wall Street’s most influential investment strategists, to deliver the annual Charles F. Dolan Lecture at Fairfield University
  26. ^ Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business present Sanford I. Weill and daughter Jessica M. Bibliowicz in talk about leadership, markets and globalization
  27. ^ Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business to install Arjun Chaudhuri as first person to hold the new Rev. Thomas R. Fitzgerald, S.J., Chair in Marketing
  28. ^ a b Fairfield University :: Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business appoints two professors to endowed chairs
  29. ^ Fairfield University :: NBC Universal CEO Bob Wright to speak at installation of first Robert C. Wright Chair in Business Law, Ethics and Dispute Resolution at Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business
  30. ^ Fairfield University :: Gerald M. Levin Chair in Finance announced at Fairfield's Charles F. Dolan School of Business
  31. ^ Board of Trustees gains six new members, Fairfield Mirror, October 10, 2001.
  32. ^ Fairfield University Dolan School of Business: Christopher Cardell
  33. ^ AICPA: Susan Coffey Bio
  34. ^ 3i: Robert Stefanowski
  35. ^ Hologic Executive Officers: Robert Cascella
  36. ^ John Flannery Named President and CEO Of GE India
  37. ^ Cantor.com - Shawn Matthews
  38. ^ Craton Equity Partners: Robert W. MacDonald
  39. ^ Greenhill SAVP: John Mullin
  40. ^ Knight Capital: Christopher Quick
  41. ^ Dana-Farber Cancer Insitute-Palm Beach Event Chair: Thomas C. Quick
  42. ^ Madison Avenue Sports & Entertainment: Ed Horne
  43. ^ American Combat Association: Granimal
  44. ^ NNDB: Frank J. Fanzilli Jr.
  45. ^ BusinessWeek Best Global Brands: Jim Garrity
  46. ^ JesuitMBA
  47. ^ National School of Banking Mission

Coordinates: 41°10′54″N 73°17′25″W / 41.18153°N 73.29029°W / 41.18153; -73.29029


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