This spring, the School of Business handed out 64 awards to 77 students. Among them were two awards created and funded by students, the Delta Sigma Pi Open Scholarship and the Denis Lukashkov Scholarship.
In April, alumni, students, faculty, and staff gathered to remember a man who was impossible to forget. During his 40+ years at the University at Albany, Assistant Dean John Levato served as a trusted counselor to thousands of students.
Deirdre Sweeney, the director of the School of Business Office of Career Services works to ensure that students have all of the tools necessary to begin their careers. Alumni play an integral role in listing jobs and internships.
Get the inside track on digital media from four alumni who work in digital media marketing. They started in accounting, finance and marketing, and now spend their days finding new ways to reach consumers on the screens where we spend much of our days.
EY has always provided accounting students with the tools they need to be successful. A new class gives sophomores with an interest in information technology an opportunity to consult on real-world projects.
This spring 300 undergraduates in business and accounting became the alumni of the Class of 2013. They heard encouraging words from alumnus Jeff Black ’76, Vice Chairman at Deloitte, School of Business Dean Don Siegel and graduating senior Frank Peluso.
The annual School of Business award ceremony celebrates student initiative, community involvement and academic success. This spring, 65 students were honored with 52 awards including six new scholarships.
This spring, the work of two students enrolled in the Financial Analyst Honors Program, Michael Biagi ’13 and Kelechi Nwokocha ‘13, was featured in the Economics Scholars Program for Undergraduate Research sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked the University at Albany MBA 86th of 448 AACSB accredited schools in the United States, and among the top 10 B-Schools That Lead to Jobs. The MBA boasts a 100% placement rate.
The eighth class of Direct Admits, a select group of high-achieving freshman with an interest in business, will be admitted to the School of Business this fall. Many of them will have attended receptions at Deloitte and Ernst & Young.
School of Business students bring their expertise and solid work ethic work to the community in a variety of ways. This spring, one more option will be added to accounting students’ list of volunteer opportunities: tax preparation.