* Doctor in Public Policy9 Bachelor of ArtsCum laude in field of concentrationCum laudein general studiesMagna cum laude in field of concentrationMagna cum laudewith highest honorsSumma cum laude in field of concentration Graduate School of Arts and Sciences995 Master in Urban Planning29 Master of Medical Sciences14 Master of Occupational Health3 Master in Design Studies33 Law School766 Master of Liberal Arts (A.L.M.) in Biotechnology19 Master in Public Administration93 Doctor of Public Health3 Master of Engineering1 Bachelor of ScienceCum laude in field of concentrationCum laudein general studiesMagna cum laude in field of concentrationMagna cum laudewith highest honorsSumma cum laude in field of concentration Master in Landscape Architecture25 Certificate of Advanced Study15 School of Dental Medicine95 Certificate in Publishing & Communications8 A.L.M. in Museum Studies14 Total730466441875669 Doctor of Dental Medicine40 Master of Science144 Men310010 Master of Arts384 Today the University awarded a total of 6,966 degrees and 104 certificates. A breakdown of the degrees by schools and programs follows. Harvard College granted a total of 1,564 degrees. Divinity School173 Master of Divinity43 A.L.M. in Journalism1 Women37523726912432 Associate in Arts7 Women330001 Doctor of Philosophy542 A.L.M. in Extension Studies92 Doctor of Law588 Master of Theological Studies116 A.L.M. in Management103 Master in Public Policy & Urban Planning5 Graduate School of Business Administration912 Master of Architecture in Urban Design21 Doctor of Juridical Science10 All figures include degrees awarded in November 2007 and March and June 2008; * Administered jointly with GSAS Master in Architecture116 Master of Science68 Total640011 Master in Public Administration in International Development82 Master of Laws168 Certificate in Management35 Doctor of Design Studies12 Master of Landscape Architecture in Urban Design1 Men35522918963237 Master in Public Administration (Mid-Career)183 Master of Theology3 A.L.M. in Mathematics for Teaching1 Master of Public Health261 Doctor of Medicine174 Graduate School of Design237 Doctor of Business Administration5 Graduate School of Education607 A.L.M. in Environmental Management16 Doctor of Medical Sciences5 Doctor of Science46 University Extension School481 Speciality Certificates36 A.L.M. in Information Technology57 Master in Medical Sciences22 A.L.M. in Educational Technologies4 * Doctor in Political Economy & Government5 Certificate in Applied Sciences5 Doctor of Theology11 Harvard Kennedy School590 School of Public Health454 Master of Business Administration907 Master in Public Policy213 Certificate in Environmental Management3 Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies111 Doctor of Education40 Master of Education552 Certificate in Museum Studies2 Medical School196
Currently, he is serving as the director of JASPER’s Maintenance Department, Fleet Service Department, Environmental Department, and Facilities Group for all manufacturing facilities. “I’m very excited for this new opportunity,” said Bauer. “I am looking forward to working with our support teams to help drive improvement in safety, quality, productivity, customer service, and reduction of waste. This will equate to improved ESOP value for our JASPER Associate-Owners.” Bauer has been with JASPER for 29 years. Over the years, he has served as customer service manager and as the Gas Engine Division manager for both the Jasper and Crawford County facilities. In addition to these responsibilities, Bauer’s new role will be expanded to include overseeing the Indiana Tool and Die Division, as well as the Construction Department. Jasper Engines and Transmissions has named Randy Bauer as vice president of Support Services. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement “We are excited to have Randy in this new role and look forward to his leadership in these additional areas,” said JASPER President Zach Bawel. “His cross-functional experience with JASPER will continue to help us grow.”
Lawyers at the Financial Services Authority ignored a finance lawyer’s written warnings over the alleged inappropriate sale of derivatives products to small and medium-sized businesses two years before accusations of widespread mis-selling amounting to billions were made public, a Gazette roundtable was told this week.Stuart Brothers, founder of SRB Legal, said that he wrote to the FSA’s leadership in March 2010, with clear evidence, including transcripts of phone calls, that demonstrated what he considered mis-selling. ‘I was staggered, quite frankly, by the lack of interest they showed,’ Brothers said.Read the Roundtable.
Two dozen Farmington Public Schools (FPS) DECA students qualified for international competition during the career-focused organization’s state conference, held March 5-7.Unfortunately, they won’t get to compete at that level. The DECA International Career and Development Conference, which was to be held this month in Nashville, Tennessee, has been cancelled.Farmington High DECA students competed in Grand Rapids on a November 2019 “snow day”. (Contributed)State competitors had to take a 100 question Marketing Assessment along with performing two role plays, while being judged on their ability to critically think and apply their marketing knowledge to real-life business situations in a variety of categories. Here’s how local students finished:Farmington High SchoolNeel Soni – Hospitality and Tourism Personal Selling International Qualifier Award, First Place Medal in Role Play 1, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalAnish Kothapalli – Entrepreneurship Series International Qualifier Award, First Place Medal in Role Play 1, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalLorn Morden – Principles of Finance International Qualifier Award and State Finalist MedalJack Mastantuono – Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Award, First Place Medal in Role Play 2, and State Finalist MedalSubhashreya Aravabhumi – Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making International Qualifier Award, First Place Medal in Role Play 2, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalKanksha Jinna – Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making International Qualifier Award, First Place Medal in Role Play 2, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalUma Sriram – Chapter Campaigns International Qualifier Award, Food Marketing Series Earned First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalKatarina Jevtic – Chapter Campaigns International Qualifier AwardSam Zervos – School-Based Enterprise International Qualifier Award and Gold Award from National DECAJennifer Anderson – School-Based Enterprise – International Qualifier Award and Gold Award from National DECAAlex Feldman – Food Marketing Series First Place Medal in Role Play 2, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalPrema Immadisetty – Food Marketing Series Earned State Finalist MedalKayla Ghafari – Human Resource Management Earned First Place Medal in Role Play 2Hemil Shah – Marketing Communication First Place Medal in Role Play 1 and Role Play 2, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalMouhamadou Ndiaye – Principles of Business Management State Finalist MedalPranavi Jarugula – Principles of Hospitality and Tourism State Finalist MedalAmatullah Poonawala – Principles of Marketing First Place Medal in Role Play 1Kriti Shirodkar – Principles of Marketing First Place Test and State Finalist MedalBrendan Klimas – Financial Team Decision Making State Finalist MedalTyler Klimas – Financial Team Decision Making State Finalist MedalMeghan Burba – Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making State Finalist MedalStephanie Lu – Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making State Finalist MedalNorth Farmington High SchoolSonai Desai – Marketing Management Team Decision Making International Qualifier Award and State Finalist MedalBrindha Rajakumar – Marketing Management Team Decision Making International Qualifier Award, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalNikhil Sheth – Entrepreneur Team Decision Making International Qualifier Award, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalYash Mehta – Entrepreneur Team Decision Making International Qualifier Award, First Place Test, and State Finalist MedalMariyah Bhindarwala – Food Marketing Series, First Place Role Play 1, and First Place TestKavina Sheth – Automotive Services Marketing and First Place Role Play 1Nilay Mistry – School-Based Enterprise Gold Certification International QualifierDhyey Dalal – School-Based Enterprise Gold Certification International QualifierDECA is a nonprofit career and technical education student organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)