Solving a food bank's dilemma
As recession swells the ranks of the needy, supply chain management students are helping Second Harvest assess its options.
Iraq's faltering economy threatens its security gains
Falling oil prices, corruption and hostility to private enterprise, Frank Gunter says in N.Y. Times, have caused unemployment to spike.
The Financial Services Laboratory celebrates five years
The simulated trading room gives students ready access to hard-to-find information and helps them analyze market moves.
The efficient capture of a greenhouse gas
The Energy Research Center receives a grant to utilize heat generated by CO2 compression at coal-fired power plants.
Rajan Menon assesses Afghanistan's political dilemma
In an op-ed and on radio, the international relations professor cites a resurgent Taliban and a struggling President Karzai.