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Matt Guisinger
 
Location:
Riverside, CA

Thu, 27 Mar 2014 01:49:12 +0100 Received: from kpi.managedbyacorn.com Send E-mail

Dr. Guisinger was my father’s cousin, or as we fondly referred to him, “Cousin Steve”. I was young at the time but fondly remember his visits to our home in the Seattle area. He would always have very entertaining and humorous riddles for us children, and also adults.

Steve was such a brilliant mind and warm soul. Our family was very proud of his academic achievements and his kindness; I used to brag about having a cousin who went to Harvard AND Yale!

His passing was a tragic shock to us all and we still remember him and speak of our times with him.

Love you,
Cousin Steve

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Sherma Landess
 
Location:
Rancho Mirage, CA
18 Dec 2013 04:46:01 +0100 Received: from mtaomg-mcc02.mx.aol.com (mtaomg-mcc02.mx.aol.com Send E-mail

I met Dr.Guisinger while employed at Mercantile Bank, Dallas, Texas, in the International Marketing and Lending Department during the 1970s. His genuine personality and always gentle, courteous manner brightened my work, and the work of others as well. His modesty and extraordinary down-to-earth nature plus his ability to have an intellectual conversation were so appreciated. On a day of reflection, I thought of his kind nature and office outreach, which inspired me to search the internet to thank him for enhancing my office environment.

My sentiments to his loved ones,
Sherma Landess
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David Deere
ddeere@comcast.net
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After receiving a UT Dallas Magazine, I was reflecting on my time at the School of Management where I worked as a Graduate Assistant Counselor. My principal interest was in International management, a field which had yet to emerge among +90% of US business schools at the time and Dr. Guisinger was truly an inspiration in my academic pursuits.

I was shocked when I came across the memorial to him!

As UTD becomes Tier One and the research foundation origins of the campus propel it into the 21st Century, Dr. Guisinger’s contribution in shepherding UT’s School of Management firmly toward a global orientation will bear influence for generations to come.

David Deere

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Khalid Ikram
 
Location:
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I have only just learned of Stephen's passing. We were friends at Harvard; we both had Gustav F. Papanek as thesis supervisors. Subsequently I was working in the Pakistan Planning Commission when Stephen worked in the country.

He was a fine person, a warm friend, and a great supporter of development. He was also an excellent squash player. I will pass the word on to his many friends in Pakistan. All of us will miss him.

As we say in the Muslim world: Inna lillahi wa inna ilahi rajeoon [to God we belong and to Him is our return].

Khalid Ikram

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Bobby Chang, Program Director
Global Leadership Executive MBA University of Texas at Dallas
Location:
800 West Campbell Road, SM12
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
T: (972) 883-6467
F: (972) 883-6164
http://glemba.utdallas.edu

30 Apr 2010 14:13:08 Host ip-relay-001.utdallas.edu

In memory of my mentor – Dr. Stephen Guisinger

Dr. Guisinger is the great professor who helped me to move from engineer to become a global strategist. Started as a PhD student in Computer Science and audited SOM classes, Dr. Guisinger’s knowledge, experience, and professionalism made me decide to transfer to the International Management Studies (MIMS) and graduated in 1989. Thi s is the most important and valuable move for my career change and I devote my enthusiasm and passion to Dr. Guisinger.

Recently I have taken the role to become the director of global leadership EMBA program. It is one of Dr. Guisinger’s dreams to offer a world-class MBA degree for the global leaders who cannot come to campus on full-time basis. The GLEMBA program is to help the students to access to global exposure and knowledge, become business leaders, and earn a top tier MBA degree at the same time. I am very honored to carry the torch from my mentor and move this program to a higher level.

To Dr. Guisinger with Appreciation, Respect and Memory.

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Mehran Farahmand
mehranf@mac.com
Location:
Chicago, IL
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I just stumbled upon this website and realized prof. Guisinger has passed away. I am so sorry about this. I enjoyed Dr. Guisinger's world economy class at UTD. It was really fun and I learned a lot from him. That course shaped some of my thoughts about economics and got me really interested in the field.

Every now and then in Dallas, I used to run into him - at Inwood theatre, massimo da milano, i believe once at some kind of concert, and other places around the highland park/city park area of dallas...he knew i spoke French ...so every time he saw me he would speak French to me.

First time i talked to him, he referred to me as a "Champ from Iran!" since then i have referred to myself as same and thought of him calling me that! I am glad to see there are so many fond memories of Prof. Guisinger. I am sure his grandchild(ren) will read some of his works in due time and see for themselves how smart grandpa was.

Mehran Farahmand
Chicago
Class of many many years ago - M.A. in International Management, MBA
- UTD

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Stephen Taylor
Location:
Apple Valley, CA
7-4-2006 12:03 PM Host: lsanca1-ar16-4-46-036-008.lsanca1.dsl-verizon.net Write a comment

The fifth anniversary of Dr. Guisinger's passing was yesterday, July 3, 2001. His friends and family continue to miss his warm smile and words of wisdom . . .
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Shelia A. Allen 
shelia@notedcareers.com.au
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
1-5-2006 05:18 PM Host: CPE-138-217-99-212.vic.bigpond.net.au Write a comment Send E-mail

Hello Again! It wouldn't be me if I didn't return and make corrections to my previous memorandum. I might also add that I use Australian English when writing. Always striving to be a perfectionist or the best at whatever challenge is before me is one of the qualities Steve most admired in me. I realised this morning after viewing what I had written yesterday that I had some spelling errors and I didn’t tell my husbands name. I cringe because there was no cause for those mistakes other than my haste to rush out of the office for the day and my jet lag of returning to Melbourne from the States just two days ago from the holidays. Below is my amended copy. I also realised that I hadn't given glory and thanks to my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, so that is added too.

AMENDMENT
" I would like to start by giving all glory to my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. I have known about this guestbook for Steve for some time now but found it very difficult to write my thoughts. It is now 2006 and almost five years since I lost my dear beloved Steve. My life with Steve began June 12, 1994, when we met for the first time for lunch. It was the beginning of a beautiful relationship that lasted until his demise July 3, 2001. What I want everyone to know is that a week after Steve passed the neighbourhood committee organizer, where we lived, paid me a visit. She said that I needed to know the words Steve had spoken to her at one of the monthly meetings he usually attended. His words to her were, "Shelia and I are really happy that we chose to buy our house on Candlebrook. Our life is so complete and it's the happiest I have ever been". Knowing that he said that has been solace for my soul to know that I shared that happiness with him. As we all know life goes on and I have since remarried and live in Melbourne, Australia with my Australian husband, Gregory. We run a career management firm in the city. Steve would be proud of me knowing that I help people from accountants to CEO's manage their career. The business has also opened up another area of achievement for me as a motivational speaker. When I speak before hundreds of people, I remember what Steve always told me, "You have so much hidden talent. When are you going to let the world see it?" Well I think I've made a good start. I will always hold Steve in my heart. He helped me in so many ways to find myself. My last talk was the topic "The Adventures of Adversity". Many people came up to me afterwards to say I had now inspired them to think differently. Thank you Steve...I love you."
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Shelia A. Allen 
shelia@notedcareers.com.au
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
1-4-2006 11:12 PM Host: CPE-138-217-99-212.vic.bigpond.net.au Write a comment Send E-mail

I have known about this guestbook for Steve for some time now but found it very difficult to write my thoughts. It is now 2006 and almost five years since I lost my dear beloved Steve. My life with Steve began June 12, 1994, where we met for the first time for lunch. It was the begining of a beautiful relationship that lasted until his demise July 3, 2001. What I want everyone to know is that a week after Steve passed the neighborhood committee organizer, where we lived, paid me a visit. She said that I needed to know the words Steve had spoken to her at one of the monthly meetings he usually attended. His words to her were, "Shelia and I are really happy that we chose to buy our house on Candlebrook. Our life is so complete and it's the happiest I have ever been". Knowing that he said that has been solice for my soul to know that I shared that happiness with him. As we all know life goes on and I have since remarried and live in Melbourne, Australia with my Australian husband. We run a career management firm in the city. Steve would be proud of me knowing that I help people from accounts to CEO's manage their career. The business has also opened up another area of achievement for me as a motivational speaker. When I speak before hundreds of people, I remember what Steve always told me, "You have so much hidden talent. When are you going to let the world see it?" Well I think I've made a good start. I will always hold Steve in my heart. He helped me in so many ways to find myself. My last talk was the topic "The Adventures of Adversity". Many people came up to me afterwards to say I had now inspired them to think differently. Thank you Steve...I love you.
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Chip Pitts 
chip.pitts@att.net
Location:
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Steve was a great member of the Dallas international community, and we had many interesting dialogues about international trade and business ethics. I'll fondly remember the visits to guest lecture at his class, and his sharp, practical questions.
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Janet Howe 
janetchowe@aol.com
Location:
Dallas, TX
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Steve Guisinger was my great friend and neighbor in Dallas. When our daughters were still in high school we shared the joys...and irritations...of bringing up our daughters as single parents. Steve was wonderful to my daughter and kind enough to invite us along on a vacation to Belize with his daughters. He was always filled with life and joy, always so positive and so humorous. He was a larger-than-life friend. I only learned tonight at UTD of his passing several years ago and I was so sad that we had not managed to stay in touch since our daughters graduated from high school. He holds a dear place in my heart.
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Carter Murphy 
cartermurphy@sbcglobal.net
Location:
Dallas, TX
3-23-2004 07:33 PM Host: adsl-68-94-25-57.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net Write a comment Send E-mail

It is now nearly three years since Steve's unexpected and untimely death. I find it difficult to believe he is not at the other end of a telephone call.
I had the honor of bringing Steve to Dallas. In 1970 I was chair of the department of economics at SMU and was introduced to Steve, who was then finishing his Harvard Ph.D., by Eugene Zorn, economist at the Republic Bank. Steve came to SMU and spent six years before moving over to the University of Texas at Dallas.
He was my colleague and very good friend, and he and Diana and Victoria and Alexandra have remained among my closest and most cherished friends since the day of their arrival.
Steve's ebullient good humor, careful mind, and devotion to work enabled him to make major contributions to our knowledge of international investments and economic development. He cannot be forgotten because the product of his mind is part of the fabric of human understanding.
It is a tragedy that his window in time was so short, but the time window he shared with those of us remaining has been made more rich and more fun because he was here.
The testimony of his students is his greatest memorial.
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Larry (& Kim & Joshua) Pereira 
lpereira100@yahoo.com
Location:
McKinney, Texas
1-5-2004 04:12 PM Host: adsl-66-139-196-134.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net Write a comment Send E-mail

I first met Dr. Guisinger at my very first MBA Class in Fall Semester, 1990 (prior to the inception of MIMS). While taking "Roll Call" on first day of class, and before we had even spoken our first words to each other, Steve had figured out what part of the world I had come from (Goa, India). I say this to demonstrate Dr. Guisinger's "command" when it came to both, knowledge of Global Commerce as well as knowledge of Global Ethnicity.

Although my relationship with Dr. Guisinger started at a Professor-Student level, over the next 12 years, he became my Mentor, close personal friend, a close family friend and at times a Father Figure.

While loving his own family & loved ones - teaching his students (while mentoring some), and seeing them shine and flourish in academia, as well as in their professional / personal life was the single MOST rewarding aspect of Steve's personal Self. Even during his final hours, Steve was more concerned about the pre-scheduled meeting he had with one of his Ph.D. student who was about to defend his Thesis (and also a good friend).

Steve was so VERY proud of his daughters – for their success and achievements in life and always boasted about them when given the opportunity. Steve also had great hopes for his youngest daughter and grand daughter, who he hoped and believed, would eventually follow with the same success as his two older daughters.

While Steve was a "true" Scholar who gently roamed around in the highest intellectual circles-globally, he had unique, unbelievable ability to step down and engage in a conversation with ALL his students at their respective intellectual levels, without ever making them uncomfortable of his intellectual supremacy. While his serious side always guided him in his day-to-day activities, he had a huge appetite for good humor. There was never a day when Steve did not have a new "good" joke that he could tell-and trust me, it was ALWAYS GOOD and made you laugh EVERY TIME.

I had the unique pleasure to get to know Steve at various levels, including members of his family / all loved ones, and will always cherish the found memories, including his lessons & advice regarding Life.

Kim & I think of Steve very, very often and always will do so. Dr. Stephen Edward Guisinger Ph.D. will always be part of our lives through our son Joshua Edward Pereira - Baptized on July 1, 2001 with Steve present at the Baptism and actively participating in the ceremony… Steve proudly and gracefully agreed to pass-on his middle name to Joshua via the Baptism- two days before he unexpectedly departed from this world.

STEVE - WE ALL LOVE YOU VERY, VERY MUCH AND WE WILL ALWAYS MISS YOU VERY, VERY DEARLY! THANKS FOR TOUCHING ALL OUR LIVES IN MOST MEANINGFUL WAYS!!!
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Daisy Chen 
daisy.chen@brinksinc.com
Location:
Grapevine, TX
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I remember Dr. Guisinger in Spring retreat 2001. He was quick witted, learned and humorous. We walked and talked together to the dining hall for lunch. He was so upbeat and ambitious, and I had no doubt that he would heal. I learned more about him as a prominent economist and scholar from UTD website after he passed away. It is an honor to have him as my professor. The memory was reinforced not only by the drama but also by the kindness and dedication that Dr. Guisinger has casted on us. Things may fade many years from now, but good people will be remembered.
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Dr. Deepak Sethi 
dsethi@oakland.edu
Location:
Oakland Univ. Rochester MI
12-19-2003 05:21 AM IP: 219.65.86.104 Write a comment Send E-mail

Dr. Guisinger was instrumental in motivating me to join the Ph.D. program, after serving in the Indian Army for 31 years. I lost him so tragically barely 3 weeks before I was to defend my dissertation. He was much more than merely a teacher and a Chair to me. While he was a great mentor to all his students I shared an especially close friendship with him. He had been named the Editor of JIBS and I felt privileged that he picked me to be his Assistant Editor, when death so tragically snatched him from our midst. The fond memories of our long hours of professional discussions and playful banter will ever remain etched in my mind. It is a matter of some solace to me that I have been able to bring some recognition of our recent work together through three joint publications in JIBS, JIM and IBR - though regretfully only after his demise.
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Denise Morrison 
71044.2405@compuserve.com
Location:
Houston, TX
12-19-2003 05:01 AM IP: 24.219.197.250 Write a comment Send E-mail

I live in Houston and was unaware until now that Dr. Guisinger had passed away. I am so sorry and sorry that I didn't know about this when it happened. Dr. Guisinger was a caring, giving person, and went far beyond his role of educator, academician, and economist. I started in the MBA program at UTD, and Dr. Guisinger assisted me in getting involved in MIMS when I needed distant learning courses after my move to Houston. I won't forget his kindness, consideration, and encouragement that assisted me in reaching my goals.
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Xiaohong He 
Location:
Hamden, CT 06518
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Steve was my teacher, Ph.D. dissertation advisor, and a long time friend. His energetic and devoted spirit towards his students; his wisdom on global business and world affairs; his deep concerns about developing countries will be always remembered. He is alive in our spirit and through our continuing work in the field of international business teaching and research.
Xiaohong He (Ph.D. 1991)
Professor and Chair of International Business Dept.
Lender School of Business Center
Quinnipiac University
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Allen Guisinger 
aguisin@aol.com
Location:
Scottsdale, Arizona
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Stephen Guisinger was my cousin and one of my closest friends. I knew Steve since childhood, of course, but our friendship was at its strongest point at the time of his passing.

Superlatives about Steve's humor, generosity, intellect and accomplishments are all appropriate, but the thing I loved most about him was his unbridled enthusiasm for life. His energy was contagious. It is beautiful to see Steve's spirit expressed so admirably in his three daughters. He was very proud of them.
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Dennis OBrien 
Location:
University of Oklahoma
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I met Steve when I joined Caltex Petroleum Corp in Dallas in 1983 and we became good tennis buddies; partners in programs in China; founded the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations; traveled to APEC and PECC meetings together; shared a number of New Years and Xmas holidays; and many other happy interests. Steve always was on the side of the good guys and never had any doubts. I learned much from him; served as an adjunct professor under him; advised the UT Regents International Programs with him. Steve was my best man and Beverly and I loved him and his daughters. I remember talking about tennis and some of his pains just before he passed away. Words cannot describe his contributions to the international and intellectual life of Dallas and we miss him very much.
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Joan P. Mileski 
jmileski@hbu.edu
Location:
Houston Baptist University
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I remember Steve as a patient teacher. He challenged me. I appreciated his focused but casual style. I will miss his wisdom.
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De'Edra S. Williams 
deeswilliams@yahoo.com
Location:
Dallas, Texas
12-16-2003 02:57 PM IP: 208.251.17.197 Write a comment Send E-mail

I have a special category in my Palm just for Dr. Guisinger, it's called Memories. I could not bring myself to remove his name, so I created a special place just so that I could always find him and always have his memory.

As I type this, I have tears in my eyes, both of joy and of sorrow. Joy, because my memories of him will always be of him with a smile on his face and tremendous love in his heart. But, I also shed tears of sorrow, because I'll never be in his presence again. But, I'll always have his smile to remember. I miss you Dr. Guisinger, oh so very much.

De'Edra S. Williams - MIMS 2000
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Edward DeSpain 
edd@banc-tech.com
Location:
Milford, Iowa
12-16-2003 12:31 PM IP: 12-218-61-138.client.mchsi.com Write a comment Send E-mail

I met Steve when he was a newly minted professor and I was a harried and grizzled grad student at SMU. Our friendship evolved slowly and moved from a professional connection toward a commonality of interests in computers, gadgetry, science and ethnic cuisine. Email cemented our interaction and it was a rare day that went without a message between us. We learned to respect and to sublimate ideological incongruities save for the periodic glee in the discovery that the other's heros stood on feet of clay.

Steve's seriousness as a scholar and innovator never overshadowed his good humor and grace. He was a committed, thoughtful and ethical man whose regard for his colleagues, friends and family was a hallmark of his character. He is gone much too soon.
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John Impert 
john.e.impert@boeing.com
Location:
Brussels, Belgium
12-15-2003 05:14 PM IP: 130.76.32.145 Write a comment Send E-mail

Steve and I were college friends, having met in France when Steve spent his junior year studying economics at "Science Po" in Paris. We both studied subsequently at Harvard and stayed in touch over the years, our last meeting having been in London when we saw "Chicago" (Steve's choice)a few months before his death. Steve's personal life had its rocky periods, and I'm sure this web page and memorial mean a great deal to his daughters, all remarkable, talented young women.

Yes, Steve was great company, and his supply of stories was inexhaustable!
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Alexandra Guisinger 
alexandra.guisinger@yale.edu
Location:
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My father always raved about his graduate students, clearly for good reason. It makes me and all of my family so happy to know that he touched his students' and others' lives so deeply. Thank you for organizing this memorial to him.
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Dr Jonathan Hochberg 
hochberg@utdallas.edu
Location:
Dallas, TX
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I met Stephen over lunch for several hours and was struck, as most people were, by his creative and gifted intellect and easy going manner. I have since joined the GLEMBA program as the associate director and have come to realize the visionary that he was--by launching the program on a distance learning format. His vision and program has grown significantly and is contributing to many professionals seeking a flexible model to pursue an MBA. The School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas, Executive Education department, now counts the Global Leadership EMBA program (formerly MIMS) as one of its premier programs.

I only wish that I had been able to have spent more time with Stephen.

Jonathan Hochberg
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Victoria Guisinger 
victoriaguisinger@yahoo.com
Location:
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12-2-2003 11:14 AM Host: dhcp006167.sph.emory.edu Write a comment Send E-mail

I came across you site while looking for something else. What a touching surprise to see your words and memories about my father.

He cared so deeply about his students and I know he would be honored to read your words.

Sincerely,
Victoria Guisinger

Janet Howe:
Victoria,
Janet and Amanda Howe here....I just learned tonight of your father's passing from some of his colleagues at UTD. I am so sorry that we all lost track of each other when you and Amanda finished high school. Your dad was so generous, so much fun, very dear to us. Please tell me about your life and about Imari (we did not know about your younger sister...how old must she be now?) Amanda finished law school three years ago at American University (international law). My love to you and Alexandra.
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Stephen Taylor 
stephen-taylor@ibc-mail.com
Location:
Los Angeles, California, USA
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If you'd like, please feel free to share your experiences and thoughts about Dr. Stephen Guisinger with those that knew and enjoyed working with him.

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Dr. Stephen Guisinger was instrumental in my entry to the School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas in 1998.

The first time I met with Stephen my intention was to simply gather some information about a one week workshop on Global Management. But after spending a half-hour with him, exposed to the enthusiasm about 'his' Executive Masters program (MIMS), I was 'sold'.

I subsequently graduated with an M.A. in International Management Studies in December of 2000. I remember how proud Dr. Guisinger was of all his students, but also how he made me feel 'special'.

I know that I speak for many of his former students in saying, "We miss you Dr. Guisinger and think of you often."

 

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