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Anderson Faculty Member Receives DOE Appointment

March 1, 2000

ALBUQUERQUE A management professor at The University of New Mexico has been appointed to the Environmental Management Advisory Committee of the Federal Department of Energy.

Jeanne Logsdon, a professor of management in the Anderson Schools, received word of her appointment at the end of last year. She will serve on the committee through 2002.

Logsdon, a University of California-Berkeley Ph.D., has been at UNM since 1989. She was named a full professor in 1998 and is a Regents Professor this year. Her areas of research and teaching interest include the ethical, political and social environment of business; ecology and management; and public affairs and public relations.


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