IMBA advisory board zeroes in on scholarships.

Dana Farrow

The International MBA (IMBA) advisory board held its fall meeting, delayed by Hurricane Wilma and its aftermath, in early December. Albert Couto, the board’s chairman, welcomed the members. Paola Moreno, IMBA program manager, and Barry Shiflett, director, career management services, then shared program statistics comparing the new class with prior ones; Dana Farrow, professor of management and the program’s faculty director, updated attendees on the new curriculum and the China track and explained the program’s re-accreditation and learning objectives; and José de la Torre, dean of the Chapman Graduate School of Business, presented the results of a strategic review.

“The group had a very spirited discussion about pursuing scholarship funds, which Dean de la Torre has made a priority for 2006,” said Natalia Echeverría, corporate relations manager for the Chapman Graduate School.

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