Christopher Edley, Jr., a distinguished law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, has spent decades helping to shape the national discourse on educational equity and excellence. He will give a public talk at the UA on Oct. 14.
Ten years ago, the UA James E. Rogers College of Law formally launched the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, which has since gained a reputation for being of the strongest programs of its kind in the world. An anniversary conference will be held Oct. 8-9 at the law school.
The head of Sony Computer Entertainment America will be on campus for a public presentation at the Eller College and to explore possible connections between Sony and the UA.The Sony PlayStation Experience truck also will be on the UA Mall for two days.
Two studies by a UA business professor examine the hiring of CEOs, finding that new CEOs make better decisions when their self image is tied to the firm and that "strategic noise" can soften market response to a new hire.
For its 13th annual Constitution Day Supreme Court Review, the UA James E. Rogers College of Law is hosting a discussion of five recent and important U.S. Supreme Court cases. The event will take place Sept. 16.
The crime analytics company i2 – which merged with UA tech spinoff Knowledge Computing Company in 2009 – has been acquired by IBM Corp. KCC was founded by McClelland Professor of MIS Hsinchun Chen to commercialize the crime-fighting product COPLINK®.