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Faculty member Richie Zweigenhaft, an expert on diversity among business leaders, spoke with The New York Times for a story about Apple CEO Tim Cook, the first publicly gay chief executive of a Fortune 500 company.
The new name of the annual event – the J. Howard Coble Leadership Forum – pays tribute to the Guilford alumnus who will retire in January after serving 30 years in Congress.
Filmmaker Ron Howard’s Oct. 23 appearance in the Bryan Series was covered by an article in the News & Record and a blog post by critic Leonard Maltin, who interviewed Ron during the event.