Winter 2004

Thomas Flottman

January 1, 2004 |

Thomas Flottman | Bachelor of Arts in history, 1973 | Chief executive officer of Flottman Co., Crestview Hills, Ky.

All in the Family | Flottman and his two siblings are the third generation to own and manage the family’s printing company. He … Read More

Gary S. Dixon

January 1, 2004 |

Gary Dixon | Master of Business Administration, 2000 | Director, account management, marketing and sales, aerospace division, Honeywell International

Nervous Experience | “I remember sitting in [associate MBA dean] Jim Brodzinski’s office during the interview for the X.M.B.A. program and thinking ‘How … Read More

Dr. Monica Flynn

January 1, 2004 |

Monica Flynn, M.D. | Bachelor of Science in nuclear medicine, 1984 | Medical director, Connersville Immediate Care, Fayette Memorial Hospita, Connersville, Ind.

A Life in Motion | Flynn fell in love with world travel at age 4 when she first visited relatives … Read More

Dr. Joseph J. Palermo

January 1, 2004 |

Dr. Joseph J. Palermo | Bachelor of Science in biology, 1988 | M.D. and Ph.D. completing a four-year fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition at Children’s Hospital in St. Louis.

In His Blood | Palermo father’s a pharmacist and his uncle is … Read More

Landmark Gift

January 1, 2004 |

Since 1997, members of The 1831 Society have been hanging exclusive gold-colored metal ornaments of campus landmarks on their Christmas trees. Hinkle Hall came first, then Bellarmine Chapel in 1998, Schmidt Hall in 1999, the Cintas Center in 2000, the … Read More

Information Please

January 1, 2004 |

The first academic to fill the new Western & Southern Endowed Chair in Information Systems is Mark Frolick, former professor and associate director of the FedEx Center for Cycle Time Research at the University of Memphis. Considered a leading authority … Read More

Filling a Need

January 1, 2004 |

While Western nations exploit the Philippines to fill a worldwide nursing shortage, Xavier is turning to the impoverished country with a plan to fill the country’s desperate need for well-educated nurses and nursing instructors. Backed by a grant from the … Read More

A Doctor’s Doctor

January 1, 2004 |

Nathan D. Singer, Amber D. Richardson and Kimberley L. Herrmann didn’t know Dr. Richard Schroder. But the impact of his generosity and foresight will resonate through their lives just the same. On Nov. 10, the three freshman pre-med students became … Read More