Hencsie, ’16, Balances Cross Country with Service to Country
Sophomore Theresa Hencsie is studying accounting and competing in cross country as she follows through on a military commitment. The Troy native enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves during her senior year of high school. “I’m driven toward challenges,” she says. “The thought of proving myself and doing something few Americans do enticed me.”
Wall Street Summer: Waldron, '14, Interns with Goldman Sachs
Heather Waldron, '14, won a competitive internship to spend the summer with Goldman Sachs' market risk management team in their Finance division in New York City. During 10-to-16-hour days, "we analyze data and predict what would happen to the company if certain market swings occur," said Waldron. "It's definitely a challenge to understand the importance of these numbers and what they mean."
E&M Scholarship and Award Winners 2013
The Department of Economics and Management would like to congratulate the following students for
receiving one of the following awards:
Outstanding Economics and Managment Major Award and Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key: David J. Budka
These are given to the graduating senior in Economics and Management with the highest grade point average.
Maurice L. Branch Award: Alex W. Archer
This award is for research or scholarship by a graduating E&M senior.
E. Maynard Aris Award: Jessica J. DeWaters
This award is for excellent academic performance by a graduating E&M senior.
Walter A. Terpenning Award: Brent Koaches
The award is for scholarship and service by a graduating E&M senior.
E. Scotty Cracraft Scholarship for Excellence in Accounting: Ryan Moretti
Gaylord Smith Award for Scholarship in Accounting: Christopher Wasczenski
Tim Cash - Ernst & Young Public Accounting Scholarships: Allan Adair, Don Strite, and Leah Parker
Robert B. Hetler - PriceWaterhouseCoopers Accounting Scholarships: Jonathan List and Melissa Wright
E&M Alumni Speak During Unique Class
The importance of developing local talent and understanding demographics in order to place the right amount of product in a new market were just two of the points made by a panel of Albion College economics and management alumni to students from Albion and the American College of Greece in Athens during a unique class session Thursday, Feb. 28.