From the Desk Of

Charles Higgins

Charles Higgins teaches in the Department of Finance and Computer Information Systems in the College of Business Administration and has twice won Faculty Member of the Year awards. He is an investment practitioner and a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, an academic honor society in the field of business. Higgins also has taught at Claremont Graduate School, the University of Redlands and Mount St. Mary’s College. Higgins’ research interests deal with the term structure of interest rates from mathematical and computational aspects of investing to the utilization of derivative instruments. He is also interested in linguistics and foreign languages, science, travel and railroading.

Dale Marini ’70, M.A. ’75

Dale Marini ’70, M.A. ’75, associate director of admission who probably has reviewed more than 250,000 admission applications in his time, will retire this summer. We decided to take a look at his desk while we still can. Here’s what Dale had to say about some of the keepsakes and oddities that have accumulated in his office over the years.