Dean Kelliher reflects on the 2015-16 academic year in the Sigmund Weis School of Business.
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Spring 2016 •
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Over the past 30 years, nearly 200 graduates have left Susquehanna for positions in two major companies: J.P. Morgan and Vanguard. The road to both companies often begins with a summer internship.
Susquehanna mourned the loss of longtime friend and adjunct faculty member Michael M. Apfelbaum P’08, who died in a private airplane accident with his wife and her father.
Susquehanna students in the Sigmund Weis School of Business' London Program visited Bahrain for the second time to meet with Tim Murray '93, CEO of Aluminum Bahrain (Alba).
Twenty-four women students from the business school attended the Second Annual Women’s Leadership Symposium at Manhattan’s New York Athletic Club in February.
Last fall Mike Ozlanski ’05 came home to Susquehanna, joining the Department of Accounting and Information Systems as an assistant professor of accounting.
Associate Professor of Accounting John Pendley has created a formula to rank the nation’s oil and gas companies based on their environmental impact.