David Booth, MBA’71, built his investment career applying mentor Eugene Fama’s efficient-market research. Now he’s sharing the dividends.
After a brief segregated past, the U of C emerged as one of the few places to welcome African Americans to its academic ranks.
Raconteur Studs Terkel had an ear for other people’s stories.
Marc Pollick, AB’75, gave up a 17-year career in Holocaust studies when he decided he could do more good by encouraging philanthropy than by teaching about genocide.
Aid worker Scott Braunschweig fights poverty in some of the world’s most destitute countries.