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    Business Leadership Honors Program Graduates

    Pictured are members of the Business Leadership Honors Program, which is one of Scranton’s programs of excellence, at the October 2019 President’s Business Council (PBC) Award Dinner in Manhattan. First row, from left: Brianna Stein, Mary McCafferty, Juliette Porcelli and Amanda Fatovic. Second row: Sotirios Econopouly, Hannah Tracy, Marcella Creasy, Kayla Marsac, Colleen Rohr and Kyle Ascher. Back row: Nathan Koziol, Daniel Buzzerio, Kevin Bronander, Patrick Budicini and Andrew Platt.
    June 8, 2020

    Fifteen members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2020 graduated from its Business Leadership Honors Program, which is one of Scranton’s programs of excellence. Students in this highly-selective program 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.

    The following is a list of the class of 2020 Business Leadership Honors Program graduates and their majors:

    Kyle Francis Ascher, Garden City, New York, was an accounting and finance double major.

    Kevin W. Bronander, Westfield, New Jersey, was an operations management major.

    Patrick J. Budicini, Ridgefield, Connecticut, was a finance major.

    Daniel Robert Buzzerio, River Edge, New Jersey, was an accounting major. Buzzerio was also a member of the University's undergraduate Honors Program.

    Marcella Rose Creasy, Shenandoah, was a mathematics major.

    Sotirios D. Econopouly, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, was a business administration major.

    Amanda C. Fatovic, Oradell, New Jersey, was an international business major.

    Nathan Koziol, Farmington, Connecticut, was a marketing major.

    Kayla Marie Marsac, Levittown, New York, was a biology major.

    Mary E. McCafferty, Lancaster, was a marketing and philosophy double major. McCafferty was also a member of the University’s Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program.

    Andrew J. Platt, Warren, New Jersey, was a marketing major.

    Juliette Grace Porcelli, Jackson, New Jersey, was a accounting major.

    Colleen C. Rohr, Norristown, was a marketing, operations and information management and philosophy triple major. Rohr was also a member of the University’s Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program and a recipient of the University's full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Brianna E. Stein, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, was an operations management and philosophy double major at Scranton. Stein was also a member of the University’s Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program.

    Hannah Nicole Tracy, Ramsey, New Jersey, was an accounting and finance double major.

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