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  •  The 7th Annual Leavey School of Business Senior Awards

    Thursday, Jun. 11, 2015 9:05 AM

    The Leavey School of Business is holding the 7th Annual Senior Awards Ceremony this Friday, June 12, 2015. This ceremony honors the outstanding work of graduating seniors and recognizes their scholarly performance and personal achievement, both in the classroom and the community. 

    Congratulations to these 2015 student scholars! 

    Honorees:

    Beta Gamma Sigma
    The mission of this national business honor society is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business and well as personal and professional excellence.

    Leavey Scholars Program
    The Leavey Scholars Program offers special opportunities for undergraduate business students who have established a record of excellence in their Santa Clara studies.

    Accelerated Cooperative Education (ACE)
    The ACE program is a unique program designed to provide selected undergraduate business majors an education which blends academics with practice, to strengthen and enhance their leadership skills.

    Anthony Hascheff, Olivia Li, & Monet Gonnerman – Recipients of University Awards

    Departmental Awards:

    For these awards, the faculty of each department select a senior whose academic performance in the discipline combines with strong leadership skills, commitment to service, and potential for professional success. The 2015 awardees are:

    Tuyet-Anh Ta – Professor O. Robert Anderson Outstanding Student in Accounting Award (Established in 1973 in memory of accounting Professor O. Robert Anderson)

    Jessica Huang – Outstanding Student in Accounting and Information Systems Award

    Rico MokOutstanding Student Entrepreneurs Award (Awarded by the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

    Franchesca Yamamoto – The Charles and Barbara Hazel Outstanding Student in Economics Award (Named for Economics benefactors Charles and Barbara Hazel)

    Logan Peterson – Outstanding Student in Finance Award

    Katarina M. Loya – Outstanding Student in Management Award

    Kristin Wendel – Albert F. Bruno Outstanding Student in Marketing Award (Established in 1982 in memory of Albert F. Bruno by Albert V. Bruno and family)

    Roshan Doshi – Outstanding Student in Operations and Management Information Systems Award

    Business School Awards:

    For these awards, students are nominated by Leavey School of Business faculty for exemplifying the mission of the University, as well as demonstrating academic excellence, leadership and dedication to the Leavey School of Business. Finalists are chosen by the Dean along with the associate Deans. The 2015 awardees are:

    Alex D. Nauman & Sean Roe – Leavey School of Business Leadership Award

    Jessica Elaine Sullivan – Leavey School of Business Service Award

    Jonathan Colarelli – Charles Dirksen Prize

    Caleb Scherer – Isabel Jones Academic Achievement Prize, (Established by Eliot Jones, Ph.D. in 1956 in memory of his wife, Isabel) and the Delta Sigma Scholarship Key.

     
  •  Two MS Degrees Announced

    Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2013 7:59 PM

    Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business will begin offering two new Master of Science degrees this summer, one in finance and one in entrepreneurship.

    The two new master’s degrees will complement the Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Information Systems that are currently offered as advanced degrees by the Silicon Valley-based University.

    “With our nationally acclaimed faculty, location in Silicon Valley, and deep alumni ties, it was a natural for us to offer these two master’s degrees,” said S. Andrew Starbird, dean of the Leavey School of Business.  “The finance degree is ideal for students seeking deeper analytical understanding for today’s venture-capital and financial marketplace. And the entrepreneurship degree will give students vital knowledge to find new market opportunities, evaluate customer needs, and understand what’s required to ‘scale up’ a good idea.”

    The M.S. in Finance will include classes introducing students to sophisticated financial-statement analysis and understanding of U.S. and international financial markets and institutions. The M.S. in Entrepreneurship will offer classes in managing innovation, intellectual property and economics for business decisions. Both degrees will incorporate Santa Clara University’s longstanding emphasis on business ethics, including a course in business integrity and society.

    Classes will start July 8. More on the degrees can be found at www.scu.edu/business/msf/ or www.scu.edu/business/mse.

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