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Computer science alums’ 12-year-old company profitable since day one

Oct. 14, 2014—Rustici Software, founded and co-owned by computer science alumni Mike Rustici (BS’99) and Tim Martin (BS’97), has been profitable since day one of its founding 12 years ago. It also may have one of the coolest, offbeat websites. Ever. The Franklin, Tenn.-based company serves the e-learning market and projects 50 percent revenue growth in the...

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New Owen School dean is an engineer

Apr. 24, 2013—M. Eric Johnson won’t start his new job as dean of Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management until July 1, but he’s already working on some ideas for the school and considering what he wants to accomplish during his tenure, Businessweek reported in a April 23 article. First, he plans to leverage Vanderbilt’s strong health...

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Students to present engineering management project at U.K. global health care conference

Nov. 5, 2012—Two chemical and biomolecular engineering seniors, Doug Woodcock and Brett Taylor, are flying to England this month to attend an international health care conference and present the results of an engineering management project they completed last spring. Their project was to analyze the positive impact of a new method for screening for drug resistant staph...

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