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Former students team up to honor Trapani with professorship

The John M. Trapani III Professorship in Business Administration will support the teaching and scholarship of an outstanding early-career faculty member. 

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Trapani, center, with former students Stacey Berger, left, and Dave Sislen, who led an effort to raise more than $100,000 for a professorship in Trapani’s honor.

 

November 14, 2012

Mark Miester
mark@tulane.edu

Friends, colleagues and former students of John M. Trapani came together on Thursday (Nov. 1) to honor the longtime A. B. Freeman School of Business faculty member with the establishment of an endowed professorship in his name.

Spearheaded by Stacey M. Berger (A&S ’76, MBA ’78) and David A. Sislen (A&S ’76), two of Trapani’s former students, the John M. Trapani III Professorship in Business Administration will support the teaching and scholarship of an outstanding early-career faculty member. More...

 

 

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