October 13, 2006
After the day long dedication of Weill Hall festivities, the Ford School hosted nearly 100 alumni and their guests at a nearby restaurant for a casual dinner of pizza and salad. Dean Blank thanked alumni for their support of the campaign to construct Weill Hall and for their ongoing support of the School. 'It's wonderful to have so many alumni here to celebrate with us today. I hope you will view Weill Hall as your new home, too, and come back often,' Dean Blank said.
Stacy Ebron, '99, guest David Thomas, Peri Stone-Palmquist '05
Alice Carle '04 and Jennifer Niggemeier, Ford School Career Services Director
Dean Becky Blank with Alumni Board members Rich Hughes, '61 (left) and Frank Spence '60 (right)
Maureen Pan '88, board member Louie Corneilius '76 and his wife, Pris Boroneic '77
Class Giving Chair, Paul Weech '81 and Dean Becky Blank
From left to right: Alumni Board member Norm Bishara '04, John Balbach '05, and Associate Dean Jim Levinsohn.
(Left to right) Eleanor and Tom '58 Kressbach and Gene '69 and Kay Berrodin
Faculty Panel Discussion
Saturday, October 14, 2006
Following the festivities for Weill Hall, the Ford School's Alumni Board sponsored a faculty panel discussion entitled, 'Building a more secure and economically stable world: How should we do it?' and sponsored an alumni lunch at Conor O'Neill's, an Irish Pub in downtown Ann Arbor.
Pictured left to right: Moderator and Alumni Board Chair, Olga Savic and faculty panelists, Melvyn Levitsky, Jan Svejnar, and Alan Deardorff.
Alumni, students and staff attended the faculty panel discussion.