School of Management
June 2020 Newsletter
From the Dean
Lawrence G. Singleton, Ph.D., CPA
Dean, School of Management
Our interrupted semester has come to a close, and its ending is bittersweet: While we were unable to personally congratulate our students -- most especially our seniors -- we are exceedingly proud of all they have accomplished during this confusing and stressful year.
This issue of our newsletter highlights many of these accomplishments, from (virtual) honor society inductions and completed research projects to awards given by the college and other organizations. We fill you in on faculty initiatives, a new college club, and how Board of Advisors members lent a helping hand to our newest graduates. You'll also read about Natalie Slawuta '20, the second SoM student to complete an internship at the White House in the past year; and Michael Babic '04, an alumnus who's more than happy to share his career arc with students.
This is our last newsletter until the fall, when we hope to be back on campus. Until then, we wish you a safe and happy summer.
Dean Lawrence Singleton
Honor societies welcome new members Read more >
Students lauded for independent research
CURSCA applauds projects by 12 SoM students. Read more >
SoM students awarded for academic excellence Read more >
The Women in Business club hopes to empower females in the workplace. Read more >
Grads get career advice from Board of Advisors members Read more >
Face masks for vets, teaching awards, research news. Read more >
Our woman in Washington
Natalie Slawuta '20 spends a semester at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Read more >
Alumni Profile: Michael Babic '04
The Goldman Sachs exec offers valuable feedback to undergrads. Read more >
Play golf, socialize...and support SoM students
Attend the Board of Advisors Golf Outing on September 3. Read more >