Publish date: March 24, 2011

2011 Winter

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Features

New World, Old World
For millennia China was a global leader. Then the Industrial Revolution happened and China fell behind. Now it is the world’s second largest economy and seems destined for dominance. It’s the land of opportunity, many say, but it takes a special kind of person to embrace the culture and realize the opportunities. Ivey alumni working in China share their experiences and perspectives.

A Different Yardstick
After teaching with LEADER in Siberia, Steven Honeyman, MBA ’93, traveled through Asia. He fell in love with the lush green valleys of Nepal and started looking for a job. He’s been involved in the demanding and deeply satisfying world of international development ever since. Honeyman is just one of many Ivey grads who use their business skills in the not-for-profit world.

Departments

Dean's Message
Ivey in China.

Tea with Professor Nicole Haggerty
The HBA changed her life, and now Haggerty has an opportunity to change other lives.

Editor's Note

Ivey Buzz
The sound of Ivey at work

Passions
Ben Gordon, HBA '06, MBA '09, gets high on danger as he trains and performs with a circus.

Left Turn
It's a simple idea—instead of using and throwing out dozens of cardboard boxes every time you move, why not rent reusable plastic boxes from FROGBOX, the company founded by Doug Burgoyne, MBA ’02. The guys on Dragons’ Den certainly liked the idea...

Giving to Ivey
He’s elegant, articulate and generous – naturally, he’s Harry Rosen’s eldest son! Larry Rosen, LLB/MBA ’82, visits the site of Ivey’s new home and reflects on why he’s contributing to the Campaign for Leadership.

Ivey Alumni Association
A few choice words from Mark Healy, MBA ’05, pictures from Global Ivey Day, and yes, Colin Bogar, HBA ’05, MBA ’08, and Shawn Melito, MBA ’03, are in your network!

Future Leaders
Meet Lelag Kaprillian as she talks about finding the perfect job at Ivey.

Ivey Lives Remembered
Bob Gair, MBA '58 - 1932 - 2010

Remembering Larry Tapp
Former Dean Larry Tapp died on January 31, 2011 at the age of 73.