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Ott ’17 Steers Product to Market at Unilever

Ott ’17 Steers Product to Market at Unilever

Two years ago, while studying abroad in Denmark, Emily Ott ’17 was taking a sustainable development course and encountered a case study detailing Unilever’s goal of improving the health of its consumers and diminishing its environmental footprint.

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The Office and the Digital Age

In a new book chapter, Associate Professor of Media and Society Leah Shafer examines the mockumentary chronicling of the fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin and the lives of its employees, and assesses the show’s impact on television comedies and modern American culture.

Dobkowski Featured At Jewish Book Festival

Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski was among several featured authors at The Lane Dworkin Jewish Book Festival, presented by The Louis S. Wolk Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester.

Hood Honored with Paulsen ’49 Professorship

Under the recommendation of the Department of History, Endowed Chairs and the Interim Provost, the Office of the President has appointed Professor of History Clifton Hood for a second term to the George E. Paulsen ’49 Professorship, making Hood the first professor to hold the distinguished honor twice.

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