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    Proceeds from sales of T-shirts designed by Operations and Analytics club members support breast cancer research.

    Operations and Analytics Club sale supports breast cancer research

    Proceeds from sales of T-shirts, shown, designed by Operations and Analytics club members support breast cancer research.
    September 8, 2022

    The University Operations and Analytics Club is supporting the community with a fundraiser designed to support breast cancer research. Proceeds from sales of T-shirts created by club members will benefit Paint Pittston Pink™, a 501c3 organization established in 2014 with a mission to “bring the community together to support a cure for all cancers through research and clinical trials.”

    One hundred percent of proceeds generated by Paint Pittston Pink™ are donated directly for research, using the Paint Pittston Pink™ Fund at The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. 

    How to Support the cause

    T-shirts are available for $15 each. Place an order in person on Sept. 27, 29 and Oct. 4 by visiting the club's table sales on the first floor of Brennan Hall and the DeNaples Center, or contact Operations and Analytics Club President Luke Glidewell, luke.glidewell@scranton.edu or Club Co-Moderator Dr. David Mahalak, david.mahalak@scranton.edu

    About the CLUB

    In its first year on campus, the Operations and Analytics Club hosted educational forums, guest speakers and panels, including the Female Leaders in Business Panel in spring 2022. 

    The mission of the club, according to Mahalak, faculty specialist in the Kania School of Management  Operations and Analytics Department and club co-moderator, is to educate students about the latest trends, content, internship and employment opportunities in the fields of business analytics and operations management. It's also to connect students with business leaders and alumni, discuss special topics/interests in the fields of business analytics and operations management and implement service for the local community.

    Mahalak will participate in the upcoming Paint Pittston Pink™ Gentleman's Dash as a tribute to those in his family who have been affected by cancer.

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