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Catherine Hill

Prof. Catherine Hill

Skidmore professor quoted in article about battery and energy storage and the New York Executive Cleantech Leadership Institute at Skidmore.

Tim Harper

Prof. Tim Harper

The Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region is pleased to announce the election of Dr. Timothy Harper as Vice-President of the Board of Directors.  Dr. Harper first joined the board in 2011.  

“Tim brings more than 20 years of experience in business management, as well as a deep commitment to community development,” said Linda MacFarlane, Executive Director.  “We appreciate his assistance as we work to create sustainable and vibrant neighborhoods within underserved communities.”

Dr. Harper is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Management & Business at Skidmore College.  
 
“I am thoroughly impressed by the goodwill and the commitment of the staff and board members as they work tirelessly to contribute to the greater good by making a difference in the lives of individuals and the cycles of start-up and small minority enterprises,” said Dr. Harper. “I am also afforded the opportunity to have a voice as faith-based institutions seek to expand their reach beyond the spiritual, as they seek to provide programs and services for the underserved. It is a great privilege to conduct meaningful work in a way which facilitates the triumph of diversity and social mobility.”
In addition to Dr. Harper’s election, Kirby White was re-elected President, David Ashton was re-elected Treasurer and Phyllis Hathaway was re-elected Secretary.
Incorporated in 1985, the Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region is a nonprofit financial institution with a community development mission that provides loans and technical assistance to local nonprofit organizations for housing and community development, to micro enterprises for business and economic development and to individuals for home purchase/repair.  The Community Loan Fund has loaned close to $37 million – leveraging just under $166 million - to more than 715 local community and economic development projects, creating or retaining more than 1,500 jobs. Additionally, CLFCR has financed 1,099 units of affordable housing and 259 micro-enterprises/small businesses.

Christine Page

Prof. Christine Page

How mood influences the very basic element of decision-making Journal of Consumer Research article, press coverage below:

1) http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hJ2eZHCCF9w7kq0-fci5ih_D0PDw?docId=CNG.f3edbe74c041d1ba73856243f5647895.cb1
2) http://www.medindia.net/news/Study-Finds-Happy-People-Make-Better-Faster-Decisions-87820-1.htm
3) http://www.digitaltrends.com/lifestyle/happy-people-are-more-successful-shoppers-study-says/
4) http://lifestyle.malaysia.msn.com/wellbeing/health/article.aspx?cp-documentid=5107087&page=2
5) http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/happy-people-make-better-faster-decisions-study-2315208.html
6) http://www.dailygazette.com/news/2011/aug/07/0807_study/

Tim Harper

Prof. Tim Harper

 Outlook 2013: Innovation is crucial to business success

Tim Harper

Prof. Tim Harper

GlobalFoundries Gets OK From Town of Malta To Expand
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