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HAMDEN - The Quinnipiac University chapter of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) and its business, Café Cameroon, have been selected to appear in the national organization's new international marketing campaign, "Products of Success." The campaign features products of SIFE student organizations. The products are marketed to SIFE business donors in the form of ads, posters, desktop prints and note cards. Café Cameroon is a student-run coffee business that uses profits from its sales to help

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Veterans Affairs (VA) Connecticut Healthcare System has named Michael H. Ebert, M.D., chief of staff. Ebert will also serve as the Yale University School of Medicine's associate dean for veterans affairs and professor of psychiatry. He spent 1984-2002 as psychiatry department chair at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Ebert is vice president of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and chairs its Psychiatry Council. Yale University has named Peter Salovey dean of the

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The law firm of Cummings & Lockwood has elected Jonathan B. Mills to chair the firm. Mills joined Cummings & Lockwood in 1985 and was made a principal in 1994. Presently resident in the Stamford office, the New Canaan resident concentrates on commercial real estate transactions including commercial sales, acquisitions and financing. Mills received his undergraduate degree from Princeton and his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Alfred E. Smith Jr. has been

Who’s What, Where

Georgia Dickinson has been promoted to director of development in the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at Quinnipiac University. Previously the director of development at the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall, in Milford, Dickinson will be responsible for managing development activity, supervise the director of annual giving and oversee production of development reports. Dickinson earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Southern Connecticut State University and a master's in public administration

Vive la Différence, Eh?

NEW HAVEN - This just in: It's not just hockey, lumberjacks and Labatt's that separate Canadians from Americans - it's how they view their professional and personal lives. Mel Prince, an associate professor of marketing at Southern Connecticut State University, recently studied nearly 300 American and Canadian sales staff from international pharmaceutical giant Bayer Corp. A total of 179 sales people from Bayer's North American pharma headquarters in West Haven were surveyed, along with 107 of their
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