Posts tagged ‘Business Administration’
Kaitlyn Partington ’17, business administration and digital communications, was recognized by the New Jersey Ad Club among the Best Marketing & Communications Professionals Under 40. Partington, one of just 30 to be so honored, is a marketing assistant at Paradigm Marketing & Design in Mt. Tabor, N.J.
According to a release on the Paradigm website, “To be considered for the award, nominees must demonstrate a profound impact on their respective fields and companies. They also have to exhibit qualities such as leadership, career progress, community involvement, and creating and/or achieving recognition from their peers, the public, or their employers.”
LVC is well known for student-faculty collaborations that lead to presentations and publications. However, two current students – Paige Bryson (English and business administration) and Rachael Speck (English) – took the next step by writing “Navigating Undergraduate Publications,” which was recently published on “Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies.” The writers created a list of college literary journals, including LVC’s own Green Blotter, that welcome student submissions. Bryson is managing editor for Green Blotter, and Speck is an assistant poetry editor for the long-running annual publication.
Dan Pfeil ’00, business administration, was featured in the Pottsville Republican Herald after being inducted into the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame Homecoming Weekend. Pfeil is men’s basketball all-time leader in blocked shots (185) and third on the program’s all-time rebound list (778), among other accomplishments.
A workshop proposed by Dr. Barbara McNulty, director of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, was accepted for inclusion in next month’s Pennsylvania Arts and Education Symposium. Current students Epiphany Bliesath ’20 (art & visual culture and business administration double major), Sarah Johnson ’18 (art & art history major, world classics minor), and Audrey Reiley ’18 (art & art history major, world classics and philosophy double minor), will participate in the workshop, as will former Gallery interns Caitlin Courogen ’16 and Becca Worhach ’16, both art & art history majors. Candice Heishman ’18 and Rachel Frantz ’18, both art & visual culture majors, will serve as Gallery attendants.
Tamera Lobb ’12, an accounting and business administration double major, is a supervisor in the tax department of RKL LLP in their Spring Township Office. Lobb, who later earned her master’s degree in taxation from Villanova University, credited a former LVC professor with inspiring her career path.
LVC improved to 2–1 in the Middle Atlantic Conference after the football team’s 24–14 victory over Jersey’s FDU-Florham on Saturday. Senior Jon Jones, a sociology major with a law and society minor, led all rushers with 73 yards on the ground. Classmate Paxson Hayes, a business administration major, led the scoring with two rushing touchdowns. It was the teams’ annual Coach to Cure MD game at Henry and Gladys Arnold Field. Levi Haines, who is battling Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, once again served as honorary caption.
Jeremy De La Cruz ’18, a criminal justice major with a Spanish minor, hauled in a pair of touchdown receptions during the football team’s 36–0 road victory over Wilkes University. De La Cruz, a wide receiver and Lebanon High School graduate, caught TD passes of 55 and 10 yards from quarterback Tyler Sterner ’18, business administration.
Sam Machin ’19, early childhood education and business administration, performed “Good Morning Sunshine” live during WHTM TV 27’s Good Day PA show July 17. Sam performed with the Anthony Pieruccini Trio, which has two LVC students as members, to promote her newly released EP, “In the Stars.” In February, Sam was signed to LVC’s student-run VALE records and the student-run VALE produced and promoted Sam’s album.
Two women involved with the College’s Lebanon Valley Educational Partnership (LVEP) with the Lebanon School District were interviewed for a story in the Lebanon Daily News. Wilttsey Payero ’13, psychology, and Cheyenne Emerich ’18, business administration, spoke about finding their path to success through the LVEP program.