Business Notes: Feb. 8

Feb. 10, 2010

Cardinal Stritch faculty news

• Clara Brennan, dean of the College of Business and Management, was elected as vice-chair and chair-elect of the Consortium for the Advancement of Adult Higher Education at its meeting of Institutional Representatives in Phoenix Jan. 15. CAAHE is a self-supporting organization of 22 private colleges, universities and institutions committed to meeting the learning needs of adult students through innovative approaches to higher education. The purpose of CAAHE is to promote and facilitate the sharing of ideas, information, techniques, practices and resources among member institutions by identifying areas of common interest, including curriculum, assessment of prior learning, outcomes assessment, financial issues, student services and administrative systems.

• Tony Frontier, assistant professor of Doctoral Studies, presented "Accountability Beyond Academics: Understanding Student Engagement" at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's Wisconsin Promise Conference in Madison on Jan.12.

• Corinne Kaplan, J.D., assistant professor of Sport Management, was elected president of the Ozaukee County Bar Association for 2010. She will represent the Ozaukee County legal community at Wisconsin State Bar leadership seminars, preside over meetings, prepare, facilitate and participate in monthly presentations. She created and implemented a year-long Speaker and Lecture Series for Continuing Legal Education and Ethics. Topics include recent case law developments in Sport Law.

• Elizabeth Regimbal, assistant professor in the College of Business and Management, was chosen to serve on the review board of the 2010 Joint Conference of the Academic Business World International Conference, and the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.

• Shana McCaw, faculty in the Art department, together with her husband, Brent Budsberg, received a travel grant to travel to Los Angeles in May 2010 to present two artist talks open to the public and an exhibition of a new site-specific installation for a location on Hollywood Boulevard. Their visit is part of MKE>LAX, an exhibition curated through Woodbury University in Los Angeles.

On the move

• North Shore Bank named Andrew Wallach III of Mequon chief financial officer. He was previously senior vice president and is a 26-year veteran of the bank. Wallach currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Frank L. Weyenberg Public Library of Mequon-Thiensville and volunteers with the Ozaukee County Humane Society.

• Baird, an employee-owned international wealth management, capital markets, asset management and private equity firm, announced today it has named Dan Hawley, branch manager of its North Shore office located in Mequon. Previously a senior investment consultant with Baird, Hawley has more than 20 years of experience in the financial service industry. He lives in Mequon.

• The Sponsor Placement Company, Union Grove, has added Sally Wahl as its senior account executive. Wahl joins the company with more than 20 years of account management experience.

Wahl, holds a degree in English from Marquette University and is a resident of Fox Point.

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