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    Class of 2022 Business Honors Program Graduates

    Twenty members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2022 graduated from the Jesuit school’s Business Honors Program.
    June 1, 2022

    Twenty members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2022 graduated from its Business Honors Program, which is one of Scranton’s programs of excellence. Students in this program undergo four years of honors studies in the areas of economics, entrepreneurship, operations management, accounting, finance, international business, marketing and management, as well as a series of personal development extracurricular activities in the areas of service and career building.

    The following is a list of the class of 2022 Business Honors Program graduates and their majors:

    Peter A. Amicucci, Poughquag, New York, graduated, summa cum laude, as an operations management major. Amicucci also won a Fulbright-Lappeeranta University of Technology Graduate Award to Finland.

    Marissa E. Angelo, Dickson City, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major. Angelo was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Christopher J. Bauer, Cresco, graduated, cum laude, as an accounting major.

    Claudia V. Bennett, Parsippany, New Jersey, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major.

    Philip J. Cocco, Pittston, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major. Cocco was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Christopher R. Coico, South Hempstead, New York, graduated, cum laude, as an accounting major.

    Jake H. Croston, Mount Sinai, New York, graduated, cum laude, as a management major.

    Collin E. Ennis, Pleasant Mount, graduated, magna cum laude, as a finance major. Ennis was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Austin J. Glidewell, Clarks Summit, graduated, summa cum laude, as a finance and economics double major. Glidewell was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Hanna P. Guarnuccio, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, graduated, summa cum laude, as an economics and accounting double major. Guarnuccio was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Ryan S. Hammer, Wayne, New Jersey, graduated, magna cum laude, as an accounting major.

    Jacob E. Heaton, Medford Lakes , New Jersey, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major.

    Alyssa Lamparelli, Palmerton, graduated, summa cum laude, as a marketing major.

    Holly L. McCarthy, Wall Township, New Jersey, graduated, magna cum laude, as a marketing major.

    Carolina R. Murphy, Jenkintown, graduated, summa cum laude, as a finance and Hispanic studies double major. Murphy was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    ClaudiaD.Pitts, Scranton, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major. Pitts was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Caitlin S. Schreiber, Clarence Centre, New York, graduated, summa cum laude, as a business administration major. Schreiber was also a member of the University's Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Alexander K. Schwabe, Doylestown, graduated, cum laude, as a finance major.

    Erin M. Wilson, Collegeville, graduated, summa cum laude, as an economics major.

    Russell A. Young, Charleston, South Carolina, graduated as an accounting major.

    Rose Sebastianelli, Ph.D., professor of operations and analytics, serves as director of the University’s Business Honors Program.

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