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Greetings from Buenos Aires
A letter from Eduardo Rosker.

Professor Amelia Klein and The Wheelock College Center for International Education, Leadership, and Innovation are pleased to invite you to a series of forums entitled, "Fostering Global Citizenship in Pre-Service Teacher Education." The forums are free and open to the public. Register online at

Dr. Ana Gil-Garcia was recently elected the President of the Fulbright Association of Chicago Chapter. Click here to read her offer of assistance and support to WACRA colleagues.

Dr. Keith Martin has retired from Fairfield University.  Having been Dean and holding an endowed Chair he is now Professor Emeritus.   And, after twenty-six years of living in New York while being at a Connecticut institution, he and Carolyn have finally moved into the State, and settled in Litchfield.

Dr. Eduardo Rosker is pleased to announce the launching of the educational project KNOWMENT (KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT). His experience as teacher and director of international programs at several universities during the last 15 years has convinced him focus his efforts through the project KNOWMENT on making Interactive Teaching and Learning Methodologies available to teachers at institutions of higher learning.

His new address is:
Eduardo Rosker
Bulnes 676
B1609 AWN – Boulogne
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Telephones: +54-11-4737-5957 // +54-11-15-4416-9878

Drs. Broder, Klein, Martin, Rosenbloom, and Zufan co-authored the paper, "An International Survey of Case Use in Higher Education: Report of the WACRA Case Standard Setting Committee" and presented it at the 2003 Bordeaux Conference.  It is available here.

Dr. Alfonso Vargas Sánchez was appointed to be in charge of the CEPSA Chair at Huelva University, España. This is the first private Chair in this academic institution, founded by the multinational company CEPSA.

Dr. Paula Jordan, member of the WACRA Advisory Board, was awarded tenure at National-Louis University, Tampa, FL.

Michel Martell, Monterrey Tech, Mexico, “On my return from France, I was accepted for the Doctorate program. So I had to give the Case-Development area a rest! Right now I am 120% dedicated to the PhD program.”

Dr. Pierre Mora, Professor of Marketing at Bordeaux Ecole de Management, has been appointed to the WACRA Executive Board.

Dr. Peter Olson, Professor of Management at Utica College, Utica, NY, has been appointed to the WACRA Advisory Board.

Dr. Korynne Taylor-Dunlop has accepted the position of Associate Professor in the Secondary Education and Professional Programs at Bridgewater State College. Bridgewater State College also has an articulation agreement with the doctoral program in Educational Leadership at U.MASS Lowell. In addition, Korynne is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at St. John's University Oakdale, L.I. campus where she teaches qualitative research, planned change, and serves on dissertation committees with her two outstanding colleagues: Frank Smith and Jonathan Hughes. Many years ago Frank and Jon were her professors in the doctoral program at Teacher College, Columbia Univeristy. Dr. Dunlop is conducting a qualitative evaluation of the Jones/Zimmerman Academic Mentoring Program which involves Wheelock College, Trinity College, Sacred Heart University, and St. John's University. Three of St. John's doctoral students in Educational Leadership and Accountability are writing case study dissertations under the supervision of the Drs. Dunlop, Hughes, and Smith and they hope to present them at WACRA in Argentina, 2004.

Dr. Patricia Ann Brock was invited and sponsored by Soong Sil University, Soeul, Korea in March to present and publish a research paper at the 2nd International Corruption Studies & Ethics Conference. In April, she facilitated a discussion on the role of technology in diversity training at The Center for International Briefing, Farnham Castle, Surrey, England.  Click here for information on Internet Plagiarism.

Dr. Charles Patti, Head, School of Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations at the Queensland University of Technology has been appointed to the WACRA Advisory Board.

Dr. Bengt Kjellén, Assistant Professor in Business Administration at the School of Business, Stockholm University, has been appointed to the WACRA Advisory Board.

Dr. Krishna Kumar has been promoted to Director of the Indian Institute of Management, Kozikode (IIMK).

Advisory Board member David Stevenson has been appointed Senior Teaching Fellow at Napier University in Edinburgh, Scotland. David was the host of the 1997 WACRA conference in Edinburgh.

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