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Issues Discussed at Menlo College Candidate Forum

October 31, 2014: A two-minute opening statement, ninety-second questions, and a short closing statement were the tight parameters placed on the four City Council candidates for the Town of Atherton when they discussed election issues at the Candidates Forum at Menlo College. Despite the overlap with the World Series Game playoff, nearly every available seat was filled in the “Great Hall”…

Atherton Council Candidates Forum at Menlo College

October 23, 2014: With over 500 students in residence halls as well as faculty and staff in on-campus housing, Menlo College represents Atherton’s largest voting block and could be decisive in the election for the Atherton City Council, according to Professor of Political Science Melissa R. Michelson. “Several town elections have been decided by very narrow margins, and a strong turnout…

Maximum Capacity at Menlo – A First for Enrollment Management

October 21, 2014: For the first time ever, Menlo College enrollment is filled to capacity. Holly Dalton, Dean of Enrollment Management, replied to the question of how it was accomplished, “This phenomenal success is due to the small but outstanding teamwork of the faculty, staff, coaches, alumni, and current students who all supported the recruitment effort. The team is focused on admitting…

Building Ethical Strength at Menlo

October 20, 2014: Book Announcement: Ethics Training in Action: An Examination of Issues, Techniques, and Development Edited by Professor Leslie E. Sekerka Leaders, managers, and employees at every level of the organization need to establish a workplace where responsibility, accountability, and doing the right thing are genuinely valued and practiced. Professor Sekerka’s book serves as a guide for managers, taking a…