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    New Members of Business Leadership Honors Program

    Sixteen University of Scranton students were accepted into the Kania School of Management Business Leadership Honors Program, which is one of Scranton’s five programs of excellence.
    August 14, 2019

    Sixteen University of Scranton students were accepted into the Kania School of Management Business Leadership Honors Program, which is one of Scranton’s five programs of excellence.

    This highly-selective program accepts approximately 15 sophomores from all majors each year. During their junior and senior year, students will explore the basic theories and concepts of leadership through special seminars and courses in management, ethics, strategy and analysis, in addition to field trips to learn from top executives and projects in leadership, service and mentoring. In the mentorship phase, students work with community business leaders on the application of theory to real-world problems.

    The following students were accepted into the Business Leadership Honors Program for the fall of 2019:

    Ann Amentler, a finance and economics major from Drums;

    Nicole Cavanaugh, an accounting major from Dallas;

    Jenna Cyr, an accounting major from Coopersburg;

    Matthew DeBenedetto, an operations management major from Westfield, New Jersey;

    Michael Diehl, a forensic accounting major from Hopewell Junction, New York;

    Andrew Ferrier, an economics major from Bayonne, New Jersey;

    Grace Gallagher, an accounting major from Dalton;

    Livia Kelly, an accounting major from Rockville Centre, New York;

    Benjamin Koshinski, a business administration major from Mountain Top;

    Elena Loeffler, a business communication major from Matawan, New Jersey;

    Matthew Marcotte, an accounting major from Monroe, New York;

    Ngoc Nguyen, an accounting and finance major from New Tripoli;

    Dagny Rippon, an international business major from South Abington Township;

    Robert Scholly, a marketing major from Glenside;

    Kyle Shaffer, a finance major from Mahwah, New Jersey;

    David Vergaray Ramirez, a finance major from Harrison, New Jersey.

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