On the Cover:
Jacqueline Jackson ’02, right, started the Royalty Project, a nonprofit mentoring program in Harlem, New York, for youth of color. Jackson is pictured with two of the organization’s volunteer mentors, from left, Candice Lawrie and Middle Joy Massingill.
From This Issue:
- Director's Message
- In Brief
- Intrieri Family Student-Managed Fund Thriving
- MBA Student Honored for Achievements
- Bloomberg Terminals Added
- Faculty News
- Behrend Partners with Association Focused on Alternative Investments
- Featured Scholars
- Mentors Needed
- Executive In Residence Program Expands
- The Business of Engineering
- Pathways to Success
- A Royal Calling
- Economists Urge Leaders to Embrace Technology
- Reach Higher With a Graduate Degree
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