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School of Business Students Dance
It's no surprise that Julie Forster '12 and Jacob Iati '12, '14 played major roles in getting their teams to the NCAA basketball tournament.They are School of Business students: highly motivated, focused and unwillingly to quit.
The #14 ranked women's team, coming off an unbeaten season in league play, played #3 ranked University of North Carolina. It was a close one: final score 59-54. In this her final season, Julie Forster was the first UAlbany woman to record 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds.
Led by co-captain Jacob Iati, the #15 ranked men played #1 Duke. Iati was the high scorer for UAlbany with 15 points and recorded four for four for free throws, three for four 3-pointers, six assists and three steals.
Students Win University Scholarships
Conversation with the Dean and the President
This fall, alumni learned of the latest accomplishments of the School of Business from Dean Don Siegel and met incoming University at Albany President Robert Jones at an event for key stakeholders hosted by Jeff Black, Deputy Managing Partner, Deloitte and Touche.
Dean Don Siegel, Jeff Black ’76, and the 19th President of the University at Albany, Robert Jones.
Dr. Robert Jones meets Richelle Konian ‘95, Careers On The Move and Patricia Caldwell ’75, Gordian Group.
From left to right: Gary Jacobson ’82, Jeffrey Lindenbaum ’85, CQS, School of Business Dean Donald Siegel, Dan Hurley ’12, APEX Capital.
Host Jeff Black with Dr. Robert Jones.
President Jones addresses the group.
Bill Roller ’80 ‘82, Randy DeYulio ’92, Deloitte, Lois Warnock ’79 and George Warnock ’79, Deloitte.
Dean Siegel with David Buzen ‘81, CIFG.
Kwaku Essel ’08, Ernst & Young, with President Jones.
Jeffrey Lindenbaum ’85, CQS, with Lisa Fund ’05, Goldman Sachs.
Kwaku Essel ’08, Ernst & Young, and Nina Essel ’09, with Don Boyce ’06, ‘08, Deutsche Bank.
Campus Visit: Mark Patterson ‘84
In November, students in the Financial Analyst Honors Program heard UAlbany alumnus Mark Patterson ‘84, chief of staff to U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner speak on the treasury’s role in the economy and his career path.
From left to right: Ryan Kennedy ’13, Kelechi Nwokocha ‘13 , Professor Hany Shawky, Vladimir Pantilei ‘13, George Hoffmann ‘13, guest of honor Mark Patterson ’84, Professor Ross Miller, Kathryn Pendergast ‘13, Professor David Smith, and Joseph Esposito ’13.
Professors Smith and Shawky chat with Mark Patterson ’84.
Mark Patterson ‘84 talks about the fiscal cliff.
The well-attended event was held in the atrium of University Hall.
In the Finance Department this Month
The Financial Analyst Honors Program senior thesis presentations will be available for live viewing on the web throughout the day on Friday, December 14, 2012. Watch them live.
Accounting Orientation Brings Big Four to Campus
PricewaterhouseCoopers sponsored accounting orientation this fall, sending fifteen representatives including six partners and four managers. Firm leadership took time from their uber busy schedules to attend. Managing Partner Brendan Dougher, Diversity Leader Paula Theus and Corporate Responsibility Director Jeffrey Senne were featured speakers.
Keynote speaker Brendan Dougher, Managing Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers speaks informally to students.
Mike Guarnuccio, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Paula Theus, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Randy DeYulio ‘92 Partner, Deloitte, speaks with students.
A packed house.
Accounting student Caleb Barton ’14 asks a question.
The panel. From left to right: Frank Calabro, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Jeffrey Stagg, KPMG, Danielle Rukin ’94, Ernst & Young, Lisa Holland '91, UHY, Terri-Ann Dautzenberg ’98, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mike Guarnuccio, PricewaterhouseCoopers.