Kellogg World Alumni Magazine Spring 2005Kellogg School of Management
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Hackers access Kellogg computer system
Conferences create intellectual capital while testing student leadership
'Passion for technology' leads Krasny to fortune
Prof. Eisfeldt wins prestigious Smith Breeden Award

Kauffman Prize goes to Prof. Stern

Prof. Murmann presents 'Best Paper'
Reunion 2005 has alumni coming back
EMP-58 delivers class gift perfection with 100 percent participation
Investment Banking Club wins top prize in JP Morgan Challenge
Social responsibility a perennial focus at Kellogg
Kellogg School graduates among national elite in competitive finance field
Alumni Newsmakers
Leadership from the front lines
Barmeier Scholarship
Goldman, Sachs & Co. gives students room to learn with financial gift
All in the family
Lights, camera ... succession planning?
Taking leadership at Kellogg to new heights
Students watch Super Bowl ... for the ads
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Alumni Newsmakers

S.K. (Funk) McGarvey '74
A team including S.K. (Funk) McGarvey '74 developed and commercialized LADARVision by adapting technology used by NASA in delicate space docking maneuvers and missile tracking.

Oyvind Solvang '86
In June 2004 Solvang launched Lake Express, a high-speed ferry that carries passengers across Lake Michigan between Milwaukee, Wis., and Muskegon, Mich.

Joe Shacter '87
Senior policy advocate at the Environmental Law & Policy Center (ELPC), Shacter is devoted to improving the planet by making wise transportation choices.

Troy Anderson '98
A uthor of The Way of Go: 8 Ancient Strategy Secrets for Success in Business and Life (Free Press).

David Jehn '90
As director of North America planning for United Airlines, Jehn helps determine when and where the carrier flies.

Eleni Rossides '01
As executive director of the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation (WTEF), Rossides oversees six programs that combine tennis lessons and educational enrichment to help more than 1,500 disadvantaged students in Washington, D.C.

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